Redstone Diary 2020

Dreams of Europe

Author: Julian Rothenstein

Publisher: Princeton Architectural Press

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Page: 160

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Minecraft: The Search for Redstone: An Unofficial Minecraft Dungeon Diary

Author: Vincent Verret

Publisher: Independently Published

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Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 62

View: 179

Fearless Fred needs a special item...redstone! But where can he find it? It looks like it's time to explore some dungeons in search of this powerful crafting item!Join Fearless Fred the Minecraft Dungeon Master as he explores all of the iconic Minecraft Dungeons and Secret Areas. In this unofficial Minecraft series, you'll delve into the darkest dungeons, brave mysterious jungle temples, face the dangers of the desert pyramid, investigate the secrets of the igloos, navigate the Nether, and explore the End City! Grab your sword and shield, and maybe a bow and arrows too, as together with Fearless Fred, you'll defend yourself from zombies, creepers, spiders, skeletons, and hordes of amazing monsters! This book is also perfect for new players, students, educators, and veteran players looking to learn more tips, tricks, and secrets as it contains a bonus secret section for young players!

I You We Them

Journeys Beyond Evil: The Desk Killer in History and Today

Author: Dan Gretton

Publisher: Random House

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Category: Political Science

Page: 1104

View: 475

A landmark historical investigation into crimes against humanity and the nature of evil that is over two decades in the making. 'The sad truth is that most evil is done by people who never make up their minds to be good or evil.' Hannah Arendt I You We Them is a study of the psychology of some of the least visible perpetrators of crimes against humanity, the ‘desk killers’ who ordered and directed some of the worst atrocities of the last two hundred years. It is also an exploration of corporate responsibility and personal culpability today, connecting the bureaucratic blindness that created desk killing to the same moral myopia that exists now in the calm, clean offices of global capitalism. It is a journal of discovery, based on decades of research, interviews with hundreds of participants, and extensive first-hand experience. It encompasses extended investigations into a number of specific cases, moving from the brutalities of Empire to the scorched oil fields of the Niger Delta, from the industrial complex of Auschwitz to the empty sites of the Bosnian genocide; bearing witness, recording, and attempting to understand. It is a synthesis of history, reportage and memoir, a sustained meditation on the nature of responsibility and injustice, and a book that will change the way we think about our past, present and future.

Adventures of a Slime: An Unofficial Minecraft Diary

Author: Books Kid

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

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Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 144

View: 472

Read this humorous, illustrated chapter-book diary to discover how one determined little Minecraft slime cube overcomes all obstacles to realize his greatest dream! What does Minecraft slime cube Slibertius—known as Bert—dream of becoming? The best fashion designer in the entire Overworld! But it’s no easy feat to dress cubes that don’t have arms or legs. In the pages of this unofficial Minecraft illustrated diary, you’ll read about this and other obstacles Bert must overcome in pursuit of his dream, including some dangerous spiders and a witch who drives a hard bargain.

Adventures of a Creeper: An Unofficial Minecraft Diary

Author: Books Kid

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 144

View: 465

In this humorous, illustrated chapter-book diary, you’ll find out that life is not always a blast—even if you’re an exploding Minecraft creeper! Minecraft creeper Mervyn Miles has just one goal: to win the annual Creeper Combustion and Confusion Competition so his father will finally be proud of him. But, between family and school pressures and bullying by arch-rival Wesley, things turn out to be more difficult than Mervyn could have ever imagined. Read all about this little green monster’s quest to become the biggest exploder in the entire Overworld in this humorous, unofficial Minecraft chapter-book diary with black-and-white illustrations.

The Diaries of Sir Ernest Satow, 1906-1911

Author: Ian Ruxton (ed.)

Publisher: Lulu.com

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Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 496

View: 552

The diaries begin with Satow's journey home from his last diplomatic post in China. He travels via Japan, Hawaii, mainland United States and the Atlantic to Liverpool. In 1907 he attends the Second Hague Peace Conference as Britain's second delegate. He settles with some ease into rural life in Devon, keeping busy with local commitments as a magistrate, supporter of missionaries etc. and launching a major new career as a scholar of international law. The Foreword is by Professor Ian Nish of the LSE.

Wayside Inn Diary (Classic Reprint)

Author: Wayside Inn Sudbury

Publisher: Forgotten Books

ISBN:

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Page: 204

View: 660

Excerpt from Wayside Inn Diary Miss Liggett gave us all a very cordial invitation to see the Emerson house. It is not generally open to the public. The Redstone School is to be open this Summer to our guests. Mrs. Bennett, teacher in the Southwest School will be hostess at the Mary Lamb School every afternoon. We have asked her to make a note of important happenings at the School house; the reaction of the guests; interesting visitors; stories that are told to her about school days etc. Beginning tomorrow a brief account will be given in the Diary. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.

Creepers on the Crosswalk

A Minecraft Earth Novel

Author: John Diary

Publisher:

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Page: 139

View: 664

Owen has been counting down the days until Minecraft Earth, the game of his dreams, is released. Now, it's here and it's better than he could ever have imagined. A mysterious figure, going by the name marchHARE, has hacked the game so that the whole city is one massive adventure.Everywhere you turn, the world of Minecraft is there. There are zombies in Owen's bedroom, Endermen at the end of the street, and happy Mooblooms chewing grass in the bathroom. To get to school, Owen has to trek through a shadowy jungle and when he gets there, kids are setting traps in the corridors and leaving notes for each other with signs that the teachers can't see.Owen and his best friend, tech-genius Aya, love living in a parallel universe that belongs just to them and the other kids. It's a place they can decide on their own rules, be who they want and literally build the world of their dreams. They couldn't be happier, but a storm is coming. No one knows who this marchHARE is or what they want, and as the Minecraft world turns dark with hordes of zombies wandering the streets and kids getting hurt for real, Owen and Aya start to worry that it's nothing good...Creepers on the Crosswalk is a thrilling adventure-comedy for kids eight to thirteen who love the game Minecraft Earth. It is filled with white-knuckle moments, elaborate mysteries to solve, real relationships and laugh-out-loud lines. It's Alice in Wonderland meets Artemis Fowl meets Diary of a Wimpy Kid set in the exciting world of Minecraft Earth. Readers' imaginations will be set on fire as they learn about the technology that makes their favourite game possible and when games can actually hurt us. EXCERPT "We found diamonds! Yes!" Logan shouted. "Haha, you noobs," he said, pointing at the other kids playing nearby on the playground. "We've got diamonds and you dooooon't!""Oh boy," Aya said. "Yeah..." Owen agreed. He watched as Henry and Logan stood together talking about the diamond pickaxes they were planning to make. "Hey," Aya snapped her fingers twice next to Owen's ear. "Wiring?""Oh." Owen examined the right side of the doorframe, where Redstone wiring ran to a dispenser on top of the wall. Aya was better at this stuff than Owen. She was probably only asking to be nice. "Looks good," he said and then pointed her phone up at the dispenser. "But what is that--""Great!" Aya grabbed back her phone as Owen watched it go. "Hey Logan!"The boy turned, looking confused. "What?""That's not a lot of diamonds. That's nothing. I've been collecting a ton of diamonds," she said. "Here." Aya tapped on her phone to invite Logan and Henry to the buildplate for the fort. "I put them all in this chest," she said. "Take a look."Logan raised an eyebrow at Henry and then walked toward Aya. Henry trailed behind, looking sideways at Owen. "You don't have diamonds," Logan said to Aya. "You have to do lots of adventures, and you don't really--"Aya snickered and gestured at the chest in the center of the walled area. "Well then, how did all these diamonds get in this chest?" Logan came marching toward the double-doors and the wooden box past them. He stepped onto the block right in front of the doors which compressed slightly as he did. "That's a pressure plate--" Owen started to say.And then the dispenser overhead spat out a stream of lava right over Logan's head. It flowed over him and pooled on the ground at his feet. Aya cackled. "Hey!" Logan said. His character had 'died,' and he'd been kicked off of the buildplate and could no longer see the fort. "Hey! You--" Aya couldn't stop laughing. Even Owen sniggered. "Whatever..." Logan said, trying not to look annoyed. "I knew you didn't have diamonds anyway!"Aya was too busy laughing to bother with a comeback. The boys stomped away as Aya slowly came back to her senses. "Oh, man!" she said finally. "I love this game."