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  1. Aldrin Adams and the Cheese Nightmares Aldrin Adams and the Cheese Nightmares
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  2. Big Sky Mountain Big Sky Mountain
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  3. The Danger Gang The Danger Gang
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  4. How to Be Brave How to Be Brave
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  5. Anne of Green Gables Anne of Green Gables
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  6. Star Wars The High Republic: A Test of Courage Star Wars The High Republic: A Test of Courage
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  7. How I Saved the World in a Week How I Saved the World in a Week
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  8. Hide and Secrets: The blockbuster thriller from million-copy bestselling Sophie McKenzie Hide and Secrets: The blockbuster thriller from million-copy bestselling Sophie McKenzie
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  9. The Boy in the Black Suit The Boy in the Black Suit
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  10. You Are a Champion: How to Be the Best You Can Be You Are a Champion: How to Be the Best You Can Be
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Secret of the Andes

Secret of the Andes

Author: Ann Nolan Clark Narrator: Scott Peterson Release Date: 01/04/2018

A Newbery Medal Winner An Incan boy who tends llamas in a hidden valley in Peru learns the traditions and secrets of his ancestors.

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A Boy Called Slow

A Boy Called Slow

Author: Joseph Bruchac Narrator: Scott Peterson Release Date: 01/02/2018

The True Story of Sitting Bull from multi-award-winning author Joseph Bruchac. Anxious to be given a name as strong and brave as that of his father, a proud Lakota Sioux grows into manhood, acting with careful deliberation, determination, and bravery, which eventually earned him his proud new name: Sitting Bull. An ALA Notable Book "Being named Slow and growing up in the shadow of a great warrior hardly dwarfed the prospects of this protagonist: he grew up to be Sitting Bull. Bruchac's sensitively told story of Sitting Bull's coming-of-age reassures young boys that success comes through effort, not birth." -Booklist

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Resonance

Resonance

The shift is coming—soon. Dr. David Carter knows this. However, he’s a geologist, so “soon” means anywhere from tomorrow to a thousand years from now. People are dying—now. Drs. Jordan Abellard and Jillian Brookwood are standing at the edge of SuperAIDS … or are they? They won’t be able to figure it out if they can’t get some authorization signed—and soon. But they’re peons, and no one is paying attention. Whole species died at the last polar shift, 65 million years ago. Right now Dr. Becky Sorenson has some seriously mutated frogs in her lab. In Los Angeles, bees are making abnormal columns on the side of the freeways. In Georgia, birds are migrating out of season. It all makes a sick kind of sense when the doctors consider that the last magnetic shift is strangely coincidental to the dinosaur die-out. And the only similarity in the problems today is that each is occurring in a hot spot—a pocket of reversed polarity that tells them all. The shift is already here.

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Common Sense on Mutual Funds: Fully Updated 10th Anniversary Edition

Common Sense on Mutual Funds: Fully Updated 10th Anniversary Edition

Author: John C. Bogel, John C. Bogle Narrator: Scott Peterson Release Date: 01/03/2012

John Bogle-founder of the Vanguard Mutual Fund Group and creator of the first index mutual fund-is an industry pioneer. Over the years, he has single-handedly transformed the mutual fund business, and today, his vision continues to inspire investors. It has been over a decade since the original edition of Common Sense on Mutual Funds was first published. While much has changed during this time, the importance of investing and the issues addressed in the original edition of this book have not. Now, in the Fully Updated 10th Anniversary Edition of COMMON SENSE ON MUTUAL FUNDS, Bogle returns to update his in-depth look at mutual funds and the business of investing-helping you navigate through the staggering array of investment options found in today's evolving investment landscape. Timely and timeless, this important audiobook examines the fundamentals of mutual fund investing in turbulent market environments and offers valuable guidance for building an investment portfolio. Along the way, Bogle shows you that simplicity and common sense still trump costly complexity, and that a low cost, broadly diversified portfolio continues to be the best way to build wealth at the lowest cost and risk-and will almost always outperform more expensive, actively managed mutual funds. Throughout, Bogle skillfully presents a platform for intelligent investing as he analyzes costs, exposes tax inefficiencies, and warns of the mutual fund industry's conflicting interests. Emphasizing long-term investing and asset allocation, Bogle offers sensible solutions to the fund selection process and reveals what it will take to make it in today's chaotic market. Securing your financial future has never seemed more difficult, but after listening to this revised and updated edition of COMMON SENSE ON MUTUAL FUNDS, you will become a better investor. From stock and bond funds to global investing and index funds, this audiobook will help you regain your financial footing and make more informed investment decisions.

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The Immortality Factor

The Immortality Factor

In this provocative, gripping, and startling novel, bestselling author Ben Bova delivers a knockout read with his trademark blend of cutting-edge science and unrelenting suspense. Some see stem-cell research as mankind's greatest scientific breakthrough; others, a blasphemous attempt to play God. Suddenly, the possibility of immortality exists. Two brothers, both doctors, stand on opposite sides of the controversy. To Arthur Marshak, his work is a momentous gift to humanity. To Jesse Marshak, it is a curse. And between them stands a beautiful, remarkable woman that both brothers will do anything to save. Somehow, before it's too late, Arthur and Jesse must bridge the gap that divides them on an issue that could mean nothing less than life or death for millions. Bova gets better and better, combining plausible science with increasingly complex fiction.''Los Angeles Daily News Read By Paul Boehmer, Holly Hawkins, Rosalyn Landor, Scott Peterson, Stefan Rudnicki, and Judy Young Directed by: Stefan Rudnicki and Kirk Miller

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The Man That Corrupted Hadleyburg

The Man That Corrupted Hadleyburg

Author: Mark Twain Narrator: Scott Peterson Release Date: 01/04/2011

This classic tale and superb short story by Mark Twain is a funny yet blistering indictment of political hypocrisy. A mysterious stranger is treated badly by the town of Hadleyburg-the town that proclaims itself "the most honest and upright town in the region." Through an ingenious sting operation, the stranger sets out to expose Hadleyburg's leading citizens and reveal their greedy, deceitful natures. Twain's burning wit and insight into political posturing and civic cowardice seem more pertinent than ever.

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Absolutely Small: How Quantum Theory Explains Our Everyday World

Absolutely Small: How Quantum Theory Explains Our Everyday World

Author: Michael D Fayer, Michael Fayer Narrator: Scott Peterson Release Date: 01/11/2010

Our intuition about how things should behave is usually right in the everyday world. We see the baseball soar in the air, arc, drop, and lie stationary on the ground. Through data gathered by our senses and basic knowledge of the laws of classical mechanics, the motion of a ball makes perfect sense. But enter the world of the tiniest particles on earth-the motion of electrons, the shapes of molecules-and everything we think we know about the world radically changes. To understand what's really happening in the world around us, to comprehend the mysterious, counterintuitive science of the small, we must take a quantum theory view of nature. Like no other book before it, Absolutely Small makes the inherently challenging field of quantum theory understandable to nonscientists, without oversimplifying and without bogging down in complicated math. Written by an award-winning professor at Stanford University, the book uses clear explanations and real-world examples instead of dense equations to help you understand: Why strawberries are red and blueberries are blue How particles can change from "mixed states" to "pure states" based solely on observation How a single photon can be in two places at the same time Why quantum matter sometimes acts like particles, and other times like waves Why a piece of metal will glow red when it is hot, and turn blue when it's even hotter What makes salt dissolve in water, while oil does not, and much more In the tradition of Stephen Hawking and Lewis Thomas, but without the rigorous mathematical requirements, Absolutely Small demystifies the fascinating realm of quantum physics and chemistry, complete with compelling accounts of the scientists and experiments that helped form our current understanding of quantum matter. Challenging without being intimidating, accessible but not condescending, Absolutely Small develops your intuition for the nature of things at their smallest and most intriguing level.

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Profiles in Folly: History's Worst Decisions and Why They Went Wrong

Profiles in Folly: History's Worst Decisions and Why They Went Wrong

Author: Alan Axelrod Narrator: Scott Peterson Release Date: 01/09/2010

Using the same engrossing anecdotal format that has proved so popular in Profiles in Audacity, Alan Axelrod now turns to the dark side of audacious decision-making: those choices that, in retrospect, were shockingly wrongheaded. Although Axelrod investigates some dumb decisions by stupid people and some evil decisions by evil people, the overwhelming majority of these decisions were made by good, smart people whose poor judgment produced disastrous, often irreversible results. The 35 compelling and often poignant stories, which range from ancient times to today, include: The Trojan Horse; the Children's Crusade; the sailing of the Titanic, and the false belief that it just couldn't sink; Edward Bernays's 1929 campaign to recruit women smokers; Neville Chamberlain's appeasement of the Nazis; Ken Lay's deception with Enron; and even the choice to create a "New Coke" and fix what wasn't broke. As with Profiles in Audacity, the deftly drawn vignettes will pique interest, satisfy curiosity, give pleasure, and present valuable lessons. And in addition to offering the same insightful analysis of the decision-making process, Folly also includes objective post-mortems that explain what went wrong and why. These are cautionary tales-albeit with exquisite twists ranging from acerbic to horrific.

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Capitalism 4.0: The Birth of a New Economy in the Aftermath of Crisis

Capitalism 4.0: The Birth of a New Economy in the Aftermath of Crisis

Author: Anatole Kaletsky Narrator: Scott Peterson Release Date: 01/08/2010

Capitalism was not destroyed by the crisis, but it was irrevocably changed. This provocative audio book shows how the forces that precipitated the financial meltdown of 2007-2009 are now creating a new and stronger version of the global capitalist system. This system will continue to be led and shaped by the U.S. if its businesses and politicians play their cards well. The crisis that followed the collapse of Lehman Brothers marked the fourth systemic transformation of capitalism since the late eighteenth century. The first of these great transitions launched the century of classical capitalism from the Napoleonic Wars to the Great Depression. The second version of capitalism emerged in the 1930s with the New Deal and government-led Keynesian economics, but blew up in the great inflation of the 1970s. That crisis launched the third age of capitalism starting with the elections of Margaret Thatcher and Ronald Reagan in 1979-1980. This business-led period culminated in the "market fundamentalist" excesses of George W. Bush, Alan Greenspan, and Henry Paulson. Market fundamentalism collapsed in 2008, but the crash has brought into play capitalism's unerring instinct for self-preservation. As a result, the next version of the capitalist system is now evolving: Capitalism 4.0. But as the global economy is reinvented, will American-led democratic capitalism or Chinese-style state capitalism prevail? In this wide-ranging and controversial audio book, Anatole Kaletsky puts the upheavals of 2007-2009 in historical and ideological perspective. He describes the emerging features of the new capitalist model, explains how it will differ from previous versions, and suggests how the rise of Capitalism 4.0 could change politics, finance, international relations, and economic thinking in the coming decades.

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Profiles in Audacity: Great Decisions and How They Were Made

Profiles in Audacity: Great Decisions and How They Were Made

Author: Alan Axelrod Narrator: Scott Peterson Release Date: 01/08/2010

A journey of exploration through history's great decisions and those who had the courage to make them. In brief, compelling, and inspiring vignettes, bestselling historian Alan Axelrod pinpoints and investigates the make-or-break event in the lives and careers of some of history's most significant figures. Axelrod reexamines history by revealing the answer to the fascinating question of why the people who made history made their choices-and conveys the resonance of those choices today. The 46 profiles range from ancient times to the present day and include Cleopatra's decision to rescue Egypt; Washington's decision to cross the Delaware and win; Gandhi's decision to prevail against the British Empire without bloodshed; Truman's decision to drop the A-bomb and end WW II; Rosa Parks decision to sit in for civil rights; Boris Yeltsin's decision to embrace a new world order; and Flight 93's decision to take a stand against terror.

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Making Ideas Happpen: Overcoming the Obstacles Between Vision and Reality

Making Ideas Happpen: Overcoming the Obstacles Between Vision and Reality

Author: Scott Belsky Narrator: Don Hagen, Scott Peterson Release Date: 01/05/2010

How the world's leading innovators push their ideas to fruition, time and time again. Edison famously said that genius is 1 percent inspiration, 99 percent perspiration. Ideas for new businesses, solutions to the world's problems, and artistic breakthroughs are common, but great execution is rare. According to Scott Belsky, the capacity to make ideas happen can be strengthened by anyone willing to build their organizational habits and harness the forces of community. That's why he founded Behance, a company that helps creative people and teams across industries develop these skills. Belsky has spent six years studying the habits of especially productive creative people and teams-the ones who make their ideas happen time and time again. After interviewing hundreds of successful creatives, he has compiled their most powerful-and often counterintuitive-practices, such as: -Generate ideas in moderation and act without conviction -Reduce all projects to just three primary components -Encourage fighting within your team -Seek competition and share ideas liberally In an increasingly flexible and entrepreneurial environment, creative minds have the opportunity (and responsibility) to solve and change industries-but they can only do that if they overcome the obstacles. While many of us obsess about discovering great new ideas, Belsky shows why it's better to develop the capacity to make ideas happen-a capacity that endures over time.

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Who Are You? What Do You Want?: A Journey for the Best of Your Life

Who Are You? What Do You Want?: A Journey for the Best of Your Life

Author: Mick Ukleja, Robert Lorber Narrator: Scott Peterson Release Date: 01/05/2010

Make the Right Choices Today and Take Control of Your Future When times are good it is easy to go along for the ride. When the going gets tough-the economy tank, jobs disappear, families are disrupted-it's more vital than ever to reassess the real meaning of success, and how you can achieve it on your own terms, in your own time. Real and lasting success doesn't happen merely by chance. It is not subject to the whims of the economy or the dictates of other people. It is the result of decisive plans and definitive actions that only you can direct. Four Questions That Will Change Your Life The first and most important step in taking control of your future is to determine the truth-the truth about who you are, where you are, what you will do, and who your allies are. The guiding principles outlined in this audio book are defined by questions that provoke reflection-reflection that draws out your unique talents and passions, reveals how to align them with your obligations, and leads you to answers that help you create a roadmap to the best of your life. From an about-to-retire CEO to an unlikely entrepreneur, from a globe-trotting consultant to a grade school teacher, real-world stories bring the lessons in this audio book vividly to life and show how anyone can experience transformation through this deceptively simple yet powerful exercise of asking the right questions.

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