Poetry Books by Kate Moss

Kate Moss Books, Kate Moss poetry book A Summer in a CaƱon Authors: Kate Douglas Smith Wiggin
Publisher:
Published Date: 1889
Categories: California
Story of a family at a summer camp near Los Angeles.

Kate Moss Books, Kate Moss poetry book Children of the Wind Authors: Kate Wilhelm
Publisher: Hachette UK
Published Date: 2013-07-25
Categories: Fiction
This collection assembles in one volume five works by Kate Wilhelm, masterful fantasist and one of science fiction's premier storytellers: In 'Children of the Wind', identical twins J-1 and J-2 play subtle games with their parents' lives. Are the boys just precocious, or are they far more strange - and powerful? 'The Gorgon Field' finds Charlie and Constance caught in a mystery of mystical proportions in the Arizona desert. 'A Brother to Dragons, a Companion of Owls' depicts a future in which survival may not be merely enough - it may be too much, whilst 'The Blue Ladies' studies a disabled woman's abilities to share his vision. 'The Girl Who Fell Into the Sky', winner of the Nebula Award for best novelette, weaves a dreamy tale of love, death and an old piano amid the Kansas plains. These five tales present luminous, absorbing visions of the world as it could be and as it is.

Kate Moss Books, Kate Moss poetry book Fabulous Fifties Authors: Shelia Steinberg, Kate E. Dooner
Publisher: Schiffer Pub Limited
Published Date: 1993
Categories: Antiques & Collectibles
Modern living in the 1950s, including clothing, furniture, lamps, clocks, textiles, jewelry, glassware, etc. is shown in over 770 color photos that display this lively period in all its fantastic glory. Here are Hawaiian shirts, poodle skirts, vinyl handbags, gabardine jackets, rayon dresses and more, nearly every aspect of modern living in the 1950s that is avidly collected today.

Kate Moss Books, Kate Moss poetry book Where the Lake Becomes the River Authors: Kate Betterton
Publisher:
Published Date: 2008
Categories: Fiction
Parrish McCullough's father died when she was just a child, and ever since then she has been fascinated by death rituals in various cultures. The antebellum McCullough home in Mississippi is haunted by his ghost, and his death has left a black hole in the family. Parrish's mother has even installed a phone line from her bedroom to her husband's grave. Meanwhile, Parrish is a gifted artist who desperately hopes to attend college, but there is no money. She is afraid to leave her mother alone, and she keeps getting distracted by the wrong kind of man. When civil rights workers arrive in Mississippi, Parrish gets the chance to do something stellar to make her father proud. Kate Betterton creates an unforgettable extended Southern family and vividly brings to life its dreams, its disappointments, and yes, even its beloved ghosts.

Kate Moss Books, Kate Moss poetry book The Craft Library: Cool Knits for Kids Authors: Kate Gunn, Robyn Macdonald
Publisher: Hachette UK
Published Date: 2012-12-03
Categories: Crafts & Hobbies
Knitting is becoming an extremely popular hobby, with knitted items featuring highly in today's fashion industry and celebrities such as Madonna and Kate Moss publicly proclaiming their love for the craft. With Cool Knits for Kids you can create fab and fashionable items for all the cool kids you know. Containing 25 fresh, modern designs while retaining time-tested traditional techniques, this book provides a wide range of functional and fashionable items to keep your child warm, safe and looking great. With clear step-by-step guidance, lavish and detailed photography and complete explanations of all knitting techniques, knitters of all abilities will be able to produce everything from bootees and blankets to toys and sweaters.

Kate Moss Books, Kate Moss poetry book A Truthful Woman in Southern California Authors: Kate Sanborn
Publisher:
Published Date: 1893
Categories: California, Southern
New England humorist Kate Sanborn (1839-1917) wrote widely and taught at Smith College. A truthful woman in southern California (1893) offers sage and amusing advice to tourists planning a rail trip to Southern California, ranging from recommendations for one's wardrobe to suggestions for the itinerary. She shares her personal experiences in visiting Coronado Beach, San Diego, Los Angeles, Pasadena, Mount Wilson, San Bernardion, Riverside, and Santa Barbara.

Kate Moss Books, Kate Moss poetry book Pen Photographs of Charles Dickens's Readings Authors: Kate Field
Publisher: Whitston Publishing Company Incorporated
Published Date: 1998
Categories: Literary Criticism
Kate Field, a journalist, actress, and lecturer once referred to in the Washington Post as the "foremost woman in America, " was so moved by Charles Dickens's readings in Boston and New York that she decided to write an account that would allow those unable to attend as close to the first-hand experience of seeing Dickens perform as possible. Her initial attempt in 1968, a 38 page pamphlet, proved to be so successful that she decided to expand it into a book, Pen Photographs. Her own narrative skills were impressive enough to allow readers the "virtual reality" of seeing Dickens perform. The book was published in the U.S. in 1871 and, despite its popularity, was reprinted. Few copies of the original are known to exist. Moss provides the original text, and engravings, and a brief introduction.

Kate Moss Books, Kate Moss poetry book Cool Knits for Kids Authors: Kate Gunn, Robyn Macdonald
Publisher: Hamlyn (UK)
Published Date: 2011-11-01
Categories: Children's clothing
Knitting is becoming an extremely popular hobby, with knitted items featuring highly in today's fashion industry and celebrities such as Madonna and Kate Moss publicly proclaiming their love for the craft. With Cool Knits for Kids you can create fab and fashionable items for all the cool kids you know. Containing 25 fresh, modern designs while retaining time-tested traditional techniques, this book provides a wide range of functional and fashionable items to keep your child warm, safe and looking great. With clear step-by-step guidance, lavish and detailed photography and complete explanations of all knitting techniques, knitters of all abilities will be able to produce everything from bootees and blankets to toys and sweaters.

Kate Moss Books, Kate Moss poetry book Balancing Liberty and Security Authors: Kate Moss
Publisher: Springer
Published Date: 2011-10-26
Categories: Law
Examining the erosion of people's democratic rights and the potential catastrophic dangers of neglecting civil liberties, this book explores the endemic danger of the enlarged power of the state and the central role of Government in undermining personal freedoms through the use of state force in the name of the protection of security.

Kate Moss Books, Kate Moss poetry book Security and Liberty Authors: Kate Moss
Publisher: Springer
Published Date: 2008-11-27
Categories: Social Science
Considering the question of how levels of security allow state power to be increased to the point at which it infringes essential civil liberties, this book explores the creeping power of the executive and the unfeasibility of widespread use of the Human Rights Act as a bulwark against the oppressive use of state power.

Kate Moss Books, Kate Moss poetry book Forest Authors: Kate Moss Gamblin
Publisher: See to Learn
Published Date: 2019-03
Categories: Juvenile Nonfiction
Invites young readers to consider what they see and experience in the forest through the seasons.

Kate Moss Books, Kate Moss poetry book Lake: A See to Learn Book Authors: Kate Moss Gamblin
Publisher: See to Learn
Published Date: 2020-08
Categories: Juvenile Nonfiction
Lake: A See to Learn Book, the second book in the See to Learn series, is designed to inspire scientific curiosity, appreciation of beauty and connection to the natural world, through gentle questions and vibrant illustrations.

Kate Moss Books, Kate Moss poetry book Kate Authors: Kate Moss
Publisher: Pavilion Books, Limited
Published Date: 1997-04
Categories: Fashion photography
Kate Moss is one of the newest of the supermodels. Her unique look has inspired top photographers, including Stephen Meisel, Bruce Weber, Herb Ritts, Helmut Newton and Richard Avedon, top fashion editors and top fashion designers, particularly Calvin Klein.

Kate Moss Books, Kate Moss poetry book Southern United States Authors: Donald E. Davis
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
Published Date: 2006
Categories: Reference
The melting of the Ice Age glaciers heralded the arrival of the Archaic peoples in the South and the lives of the South's peoples have long been shaped and challenged by the environment. Conversely, the human impact on the South's landscape has been dramatic, from the mound building of Native Americans to the construction of cities and the birth of modern industry. Southern United States explores the historical and ecological dimensions of human interaction with the environment throughout Southern history. Examining diverse issues from the impact of the end of the Ice Age to the consequences of the U.S. space program for Florida's environment, this invaluable guide synthesizes literature from a wide range of authoritative sources to provide a fascinating guide to the South's environment. --Publisher.



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