• November 2018

      Bevor wir verschwinden


      by Fuchs, David

      EINE ZÄRTLICHE LIEBE UNTER UNGEWÖHNLICHEN UMSTÄNDEN Als angehender Arzt absolviert Benjamin ein PRAKTIKUM AUF DER KREBSSTATION. Dass er dort ausgerechnet auf seine JUGENDLIEBE AMBROS trifft, hätte er sich nicht träumen lassen. Ambros wird als Patient beha

    • February 2017

      Sammlung der Leidenschaften


      by Sniadanko, Natalka

      "ANDERERSEITS - WOZU IM MANNE INTELLEKT SUCHEN?" Erste Liebe, erstes Glück? Da hat sich die junge Olessja gehörig geschnitten. Ausgerechnet in den uncoolen Mitschüler und Bücherwurm Tolja verliebt sie sich, und der wagt es auch noch, ihre Liebe nicht zu e

    • Anthologies (non-poetry)
      October 2007

      Francophone Women Coming of Age

      by Editor(s): Debra Popkin

    • Literary studies: fiction, novelists & prose writers
      October 2017

      Girlhood in British Coming-of-Age Novels

      by Author(s): Soňa Šnircová

    • Films, cinema
      January 2010

      Coming of Age on Film

      Stories of Transformation in World Cinema

      by Editor(s): Anne Hardcastle, Roberta Morosini and Kendall Tarte

      In Coming of Age on Film: Stories of Transformation in World Cinema, essays by twelve film scholars examine the theme of coming of age in the cinema of Latin America, Europe, and Africa. Through their consideration of the development that leads to transfo

    • Classic science fiction
      May 2016

      Cyberworld 1.0: Mind Ripper

      by Nadine Erdmann

      When three teenagers agree to help a new friend with checking out the mysterious happenings inside a previously unreleased CyberGame, little do they know that they are being lured into a dangerous trap. The younger brother of their new friend is termin

    • Classic science fiction
      March 2018

      Cyberworld 2.0: House Of Nightmares

      by Nadine Erdmann

      Jemma, Jamie, Zack, Ned, and Will set out to investigate an eccentric noble family in the remote Scottish Highlands. A trail of clues leads them to the terrifying House of Nightmares, where a cruel fate awaits those who refuse to play by the rules …</p

    • Classic science fiction
      November 2018

      CyberWorld 3.0: Evil Intentions

      by Nadine Erdmann

      After the thrilling summer holidays in Scotland, Jamie, Jemma, Zack, Will and Ned return to their everyday life but thanks to school and their families there is never a dull moment: Jamie tries to master his life abandoning the wheelchair and walking w

    • Computer networking & communications
      January 2001

      The Internet's Coming of Age

      by Committee on the Internet in the Evolving Information Infrastructure, Computer Science and Telecommunications Board, Commission on Physical Sciences, Mathematics, and Applications, National Research Council

      What most of us know as "the Internet" is actually a set of largely autonomous, loosely coordinated communication networks. As the influence of the Internet continues to grow, understanding its real nature is imperative to acting on a wide range

    • Historical fiction (Children's/YA)
      July 2017

      A Promising Life: A Novel of Coming of Age with America

      Coming of Age with America, A Novel

      by Emily Arnold McCully

      Award-winning author Emily McCully's most adventurous book to date draws a dramatic portrait of life in 19th century America. For as long as he can remember, Jean Baptiste Charbonneau has been told that a promising future lies ahead of him. After all,

    • February 2015

      Scotland 2014 and Beyond – Coming of Age and Loss of Innocence?

      by Klaus Peter Müller

      This book examines Scotland from a great variety of international and disciplinary perspectives, offering viewpoints from ordinary citizens as well as experts in culture, history, literature, sociology, politics, the law, and the media. The texts investig

    • June 2014

      Coming of Age in Franco’s Spain

      Anti-Fascist Rites of Passage in Sender, Delibes, Laforet, Matute, and Martín Gaite

      by Michael D. Thomas

      How could authors not write about the effects of a civil war that tore their nation in two, that divided and destroyed families and friends? They had to tell the story, though they were carefully scrutinized and censored. How could they resist artisticall

    • Children's & YA
      April 2018

      Road Whiz

      by Darcy Pattison

      ROAD WHIZ Fourteen-year-old Jamie is growing too fast! Friends taunt him that his feet are so big the last time he stepped in a puddle, they called it the Mississippi River. As Jamie moves from 8th to 9th grade, Dad expects Jamie to join traditional sports, like football. Instead, Road Whiz, a retired greyhound racing dog, inspires Jamie to run. He starts training to run 5Ks. Like the retired greyhound, Jamie struggles with the question of why should he run? Does he run to win, or does he run because he loves running? With Road Whiz as his mentor, Jamie faces the challenges in his life, from family changes to his own growing body. This middle grade novel will mesmerize boys who struggle with the idea of competition. Jamie’s resolution of his doubts, fears and hopes about competing will inspire teens as they experience their own disturbing, if inevitable, growth

    • Fiction
      August 2016


      by L. S. Henry

      Aimee is a naive, sixteen year old, brought up by her strict, religious father who instilled high morals of respect for others and most definitely members of the church. Having experienced the wrath of one of the church elders for a minor transgression

    • Teaching, Language & Reference
      April 2004

      Thinking for a Living: The Coming Age of Knowledge Work

      by Kenneth A. Megill

    • July 2017

      A Promising Life: Coming of Age with America

      by Emily Arnold Mccully

      For as long as he can remember, Jean Baptiste Charbonneau has been told that a promising future lies ahead of him. After all, his mother is the great Sacagawea, who accompanied Lewis and Clark on their expedition of discovery. And thanks to his mother, Ba

    • Children's & YA
      May 2016

      Saven Denial

      The Saven Series #2.5

      by Siobhan Davis ( Author) Kelly Hartigan (Editor)

      THE TRUTH HURTS My mother was right to fear me. I’m an abomination. And the world should be very afraid. Sadie has been kidnapped by the Tor, the vindictive alien race who destroyed Thalassic City. As

    • March 2013

      Investing in the Age of Sovereign Defaults

      How to Preserve your Wealth in the Coming Crisis

      by Peter T. Treadway, Michael C. S. Wong

      Acclaimed investment experts Peter Treadway and Michael Wong explain how to protect your investments—and even profit—from the coming sovereign default crises A major sovereign default crisis is looming for the so-called developed economies of th

    • Humanities & Social Sciences
      December 2017

      Coming of Age in Byzantium

      Adolescence and Society

      by Despoina Ariantzi

      The various phases of life and their manifestations in theory and social reality constitute a well-established area of research in the fields of western medieval studies and ancient history. In this respect the Byzantine East has been widely neglected.

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