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Norsk bokfortegnelse. Arskatalog
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Year: 1986
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Suecana extranea
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Year: 1993
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Bok og bibliotek
Author: Arne Kildal
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Year: 1976
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1936-1939 each have separately paged section: Nye bøker.
Norsk bokfortegnelse
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Discovering Statistics Using IBM SPSS Statistics
Author: Andy P. Field
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ISBN: 148337517X
Pages: 915
Year: 2015-10
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Andy Field draws on his experience of teaching advanced statistics to extend existing SPSS Windows texts to a higher level. He covers ANOVA, MANOVA, logistic regression, comparing means tests and factor analysis.
What Is Stephen Harper Reading?
Author: Yann Martel
Publisher: Vintage Canada
ISBN: 0307398684
Pages: 192
Year: 2009-11-03
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“I know you’re very busy, Mr. Harper. We’re all busy. But every person has a space next to where they sleep, whether a patch of pavement or a fine bedside table. In that space, at night, a book can glow. And in those moments of docile wakefulness, when we begin to let go of the day, then is the perfect time to pick up a book and be someone else, somewhere else, for a few minutes, a few pages, before we fall asleep.” From the author of Life of Pi comes a literary correspondence — recommendations to Canada’s Prime Minister of great short books that will inspire and delight book lovers and book club readers across our nation. Every two weeks since April 16th, 2007, Yann Martel has mailed Stephen Harper a book along with a letter. These insightful, provocative letters detailing what he hopes the Prime Minister may take from the books — by such writers as Jane Austen, Gabriel Garcia Marquez and Stephen Galloway — are collected here together. The one-sided correspondence (Mr. Harper’s office has only replied once) becomes a meditation on reading and writing and the necessity to allow ourselves to expand stillness in our lives, even if we’re not head of government. From the Trade Paperback edition.
The Way Home
Author: Dorien Israel
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ISBN: 1879473046
Pages: 104
Year: 1996-12-01
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The Wind on the Moon
Author: Eric Linklater
Publisher: New York Review of Books
ISBN: 159017433X
Pages: 376
Year: 2011-09-07
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WINNER OF THE CARNEGIE MEDAL Major Palfrey is leaving for the wars, and he tells his two girls, Dinah and Dorinda, to be good while he is gone. But the sisters aren’t sure they can be. As Dorinda explains, “When we think we are behaving well, some grown-up person says we are really quite bad. It’s difficult to tell which is which.” Sure enough, the sisters are soon up to their usual mischief. They convince a judge that minds must be changed as often as socks, stage an escape from the local zoo (thanks to a witch’s potion which turns them into kangaroos), and—in the company of a golden puma and silver falcon—set off to rescue their father from the wicked tyrant of Bombardy. Penned at the height of World War II, this tale of hilarity and great adventure is also a work of high seriousness; after all, “life without freedom,” as the valiant puma makes clear, “is a poor, poor thing.”
Moon Bear
Author: Gill Lewis
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1481400940
Pages: 384
Year: 2015-03-17
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In Laos, twelve-year-old Tam must work at a bear farm where bears are cruelly caged and milked for their bile, but when a familiar cub is brought to the farm, Tam will do anything to free both the cub, and himself.
The Catalyst Killing
Author: Hans Olav Lahlum
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
ISBN: 0230769586
Pages: 405
Year: 2015-08-27
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The third mystery in the hugely compelling, bestselling international crime series from Norway's answer to Agatha Christie, Hans Olav Lahlum. The Catalyst Killing will have you guessing to the final clue... The first murder was only the spark . . . 1970. Inspector Kolbjørn Kristiansen, known as K2, witnesses a young woman desperately trying to board a train only to have the doors close before her face. The next time he sees her, she is dead . . . As K2 investigates, with the help of his precocious young assistant Patricia, he discovers that the story behind Marie Morgenstierne's murder really began two years ago, when a group of politically active young people set out on a walking tour in the mountains. There, one night, the party's charismatic leader - and Marie's boyfriend - Falko Reinhardt vanished without a trace. But were the relationships between this group of friends and comrades all they appeared to be? What did Marie see, that made her run for her life that day? And could both mysteries be linked to Falko's research into a cell of Norwegian Nazis he suspected may still be active? It soon becomes clear that Marie's death is not only a complex case in its own right, but will act as a catalyst in a dark set of events which will leave K2 and Patricia confronting their most dangerous and explosive investigation yet. And as the pair work hard to unravel the clues before Marie's killer can strike again, the detective fails to notice that his young assistant has her own problems to face . . .
As Good as Gone
Author: Larry Watson
Publisher: Algonquin Books
ISBN: 1616206004
Pages: 352
Year: 2016-06-21
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“Honest, warm, humane, and at times shocking, As Good as Gone is an achievement of empathy and dignity.” —Smith Henderson, author of Fourth of July Creek Calvin Sidey is always ready to run, and it doesn’t take much to set him in motion. As a young man, he ran from this block, from Gladstone, from Montana, from this country. From his family and the family business. He ran from sadness, and he ran from responsibility. If the gossip was true, he ran from the law. It’s 1963, and Calvin Sidey, one of the last of the old cowboys, has long ago left his family to live a life of self-reliance out on the prairie. He’s been a mostly absentee father and grandfather until his estranged son asks him to stay with his grandchildren, Ann and Will, for a week while he and his wife are away. So Calvin agrees to return to the small town where he once was a mythic figure, to the very home he once abandoned. But trouble soon comes to the door when a boy’s attentions to seventeen-year-old Ann become increasingly aggressive and a group of reckless kids portend danger for eleven-year-old Will. Calvin knows only one way to solve problems: the Old West way, in which scores are settled and ultimatums are issued and your gun is always loaded. And though he has a powerful effect on those around him--from the widowed neighbor who has fallen under his spell to Ann and Will, who see him as the man who brings a sudden and violent order to their lives--in the changing culture of the 1960s, Calvin isn’t just a relic; he’s a wild card, a danger to himself and those who love him. In As Good as Gone, Larry Watson captures our longing for the Old West and its heroes, and he challenges our understanding of loyalty and justice. Both tough and tender, it is a stunning achievement.
Ruffen
Author: Tor Age Bringsvaerd, Thore Hansen
Publisher: MacKenzie Smiles
ISBN: 0979034795
Pages: 64
Year: 2008
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Disheartened because he is unable to swim in his magical world deep in the sea, Ruffen learns an important lesson about determination and overcoming obstacles that soon gives him all the encouragement he needs to try again.
Where's Wally Now?
Author: Martin Handford
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ISBN: 1406356476
Pages: 32
Year: 2014-09-01
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Wally has moved - he's in a new place in every scene. So, if you thought you'd found him, you'd better think again You'll need to look again for Woof, Wenda, Wizard Whitebeard and Odlaw, too.
Mrs. Pepperpot Goes Berry Picking
Author: Alf Proysen
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ISBN: 9129596602
Pages: 28
Year: 1990-04-01
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Mrs. Pepperpot's blueberry-picking expedition is thwarted when she shrinks to the size of a teaspoon.
The Ballad of a Broken Nose
Author: Arne Svingen
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1481415441
Pages: 224
Year: 2016-06-14
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From award-winning Norwegian author Arne Svingen comes “an uplifting coming-of-age story” (The Wall Street Journal) about a relentlessly positive teenager who uses his love of opera to cope with his less-than-perfect home life. Bart is an eternal optimist. At thirteen years old, he’s had a hard life. But Bart knows that things won’t get any better if you have a negative attitude. His mother has pushed him into boxing lessons so that Bart can protect himself, but Bart already has defense mechanisms: he is relentlessly positive…and he loves opera. Listening to—and singing—opera is Bart’s greatest escape, but he’s too shy to share this with anyone. Then popular Ada befriends him and encourages him to perform at the school talent show. Ada can’t keep a secret to save her life, but Bart bonds with her anyway, and her openness helps him realize that his troubles are not burdens that he must bear alone. The Ballad of a Broken Nose is a sweet story about bravery, fear, bullying, sports, and music. But most of all it is about the important days of your life, days when everything seems to happen at once and nothing will ever be the same again.

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