Bob the Builder CD Storybook

Author: Penton Overseas, Inc

Publisher: Penton Overseas, Inc

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 104

View: 457

A hardcover book and CD combination features Bob the Builder in songs and stories, including "Bob's Big Surprise" and "Pilchard Goes Fishing."

The Builder's Greed

Author: J.A. Cipriano

Publisher: DDCO Publishing, LLC.

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 416

View: 467

For the first time in millenia, the all-consuming Darkness has been pushed back. Thanks to Arthur and his ragtag army of women, there’s finally a light at the end of the tunnel. Or there would have been if Mammon, Princess of Greed hadn’t awakened. Powerful enough to level a town with the blink of an eye and ally to no one, Mammon has one goal and one goal only. To own everything in Hell, starting with Arthur and his friends. And if he can’t stop her from taking over while fending off attacks from Hell’s ruling class, well, let’s just say that his chance to stop the Darkness will slip from slim to none.

The Builder's Throne

Author: J.A. Cipriano

Publisher: DDCO Publishing, LLC.

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 428

View: 388

Enter the Darkness. Kill Everyone. Save the World. When Arthur Curie learns of a chink in the Darkness's armor, he knows it's his chance to turn the tide in a millennia old conflict. There's just one problem. To take that chance, he'll have to risk his entire army, side with a former enemy, and defeat forces of Darkness far greater than he's ever faced before. But you know what they say, no guts, no glory, right?

The Builder

Author: Grayson Reyes-Cole

Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corp.

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 122

View: 828

A passion neither can forget. . . When Devon McAteer, the most talented running back in the NFL, is put on probation after an uncharacteristic blow up, the team owner saddles him with sexy Jada Green, a staff counselor. Immediately, desire and a bit of something more spark between the pair, but the timing isn't right. Devon has decided to quit the team to become an architect, and Jada has already committed herself to someone else. The pair decides to follow separate paths. Years later, when tragedy touches Jada's life, she is possessed by a seemingly unending and dangerous grief. But a magical and quite inexplicable experience leads her back to the man who makes her believe in love again: Devon, The Builder. 22,000 Words

Stanley the Builder

Author: William Bee

Publisher: Random House

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

View: 399

What a job for Stanley - he's building a house for his friend, Myrtle. He will need his digger and his bulldozer and his cement mixer! He will also need his friend, Charlie to help. But will they manage to build the whole house? Join Stanley and friends for a hard-working adventure in this colourful new series from William Bee...

The Builder's Sword

Author: J.A. Cipriano

Publisher: DDCO Publishing, LLC.

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 532

View: 951

Arthur never expected to wind up in Hell. At least, not because he found an ancient sword in a pawnshop. To make matters worse, Hell isn't as he thought. It's a desolate wasteland under siege by an all-consuming void known as the Darkness. Now, he's trapped with no way home, a ragtag army of women, and a sword whose only power is to modify the abilities of those around him. Not exactly winning odds. Worse, if the Darkness isn't stopped, not only will it devour Hell, but Earth will be next on the menu.

The Stone that the Builder Refused

A Novel of Haiti

Author: Madison Smartt Bell

Publisher: Vintage

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 768

View: 258

The Stone that the Builder Refused is the final volume of Madison Smartt Bell’s masterful trilogy about the Haitian Revolution–the first successful slave revolution in history–which begins with All Souls' Rising (a finalist for the National Book Award and the PEN/Faulkner Award) and continues with Master of the Crossroads. Each of these three novels can be read independently of the two others; of the trilogy, The Baltimore Sun has said, “[It] will make an indelible mark on literary history–one worthy of occupying the same shelf as Tolstoy’s War and Peace.” From the Trade Paperback edition.