Tangled Across Time

Author: Joanne Wadsworth
ISBN: 153787201X
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Tangled Across Time: Scottish Time Travel Romance Boxed Set Collection This collection includes three mesmerizing Scottish time travel romances from New York Times Bestselling Author Joanne Wadsworth. Don’t miss this heart-pounding historical time travel romance boxed set, with fiercely loyal Highlanders in three riveting stories that cross the centuries. Riveting ~ adventurous ~ compelling. Includes #1 bestselling Highlander’s Faerie, Highlander’s Kiss, and Highlander’s Shifter.

Tangled Routes

Author: Deborah Barndt
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 9780742555570
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Now in a thoroughly revised and updated edition, Tangled Routes offers a vivid interdisciplinary examination of the global food system through the journey of a corporate tomato. Through case studies in the three NAFTA countries—Mexico, the United States, and Canada—Deborah Barndt examines the dynamic relationships between production and consumption, work and technology, biodiversity and cultural diversity, and health and environment. The compelling stories of women workers along the tomato trail humanize her analysis of globalization, taking into account the intersections of gender, race, class, family status, and north-south relations.

Tangled Destiny

Author: Patricia M. Cooper
Publisher: FriesenPress
ISBN: 1460247299
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It is 1778, and the contractual marriage between Christian St. Clair and Catherine Trevane will unite two of the most powerful families in South Carolina. But when Catherine disappears just weeks before the wedding, both families are at their wits end and will do anything to find her. In desperation, Christian approaches Linnet, a local healer and wise woman, who is reputed to have 'unusual' gifts. Linnet, an immortal and time travel guide, knows that Catherine has travelled across time and is now living in the 20th century but reluctantly agrees to bring her back to fulfil the marriage contract. Linnet tracks Catherine down, but discovers that she is now in her 70s and a grandmother. Undaunted, Linnet realizes that Catherine's career-oriented granddaughter, Sarah, is the spitting image of Catherine when young, and uses her powers-plus a tad of magic-to arrange a series of events to bring Sarah back through time to 18th century Charles Town and pass her off as the missing bride. A tangled mess of deception, lies, murder and mayhem plays out before the truth is revealed and destiny is fulfilled. It is also a story of love and sacrifice by two women born centuries apart, but joined in destiny.

Tangled Roots

Author: Jeffrey Ivan Victoroff
Publisher: IOS Press
ISBN: 9781586036706
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" The book is organized to assist readers in finding the topics that interest them the most. What do we really know about the contributing causes of terrorism? Are all forms of terrorism created equal, or are there important differences in terrorisms that one must know about to customize effective counter-strategies? Does poverty cause terrorism? Are terrorists typically crazy, vengeful, misled, or simply making an entirely sensible choice? Why would people blow themselves (and others) up? Is the war on terrorism even a useful idea? Is it being fought wisely, or are much better ideas staring policy makers in the face? Do leaders of targeted nations wilfully neglect the best solutions? Most of the lessons in this book concern the basic human ingredients that combust to produce violent extremism. Thusregardless of the mutations that occur in substate terrorismthe timeless scholarship here will hopefully be somewhat helpful even to our grandchildren. "

Temagami S Tangled Wild

Author: Jocelyn Thorpe
Publisher: UBC Press
ISBN: 0774822023
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Canadian wilderness seems a self-evident entity, yet, as this volume shows in vivid historical detail, wilderness is not what it seems. In Temagami’s Tangled Wild, Jocelyn Thorpe traces how struggles over meaning, racialized and gendered identities, and land have made the Temagami area in Ontario into a site emblematic of wild Canadian nature, even though the Teme-Augama Anishnabai have long understood the region as their homeland rather than as a wilderness. Eloquent and accessible, this engaging history challenges readers to acknowledge the embeddedness of colonial relations in our notions of wilderness, and to reconsider our understanding of the wilderness ideal.

Tangled In Time The Portal

Author: Kathryn Lasky
Publisher: HarperCollins
ISBN: 0062693271
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“Kathryn Lasky’s latest is a sleight-of-hand that will have you clapping your hands. With the brio and big-heart that characterizes all of Lasky’s work, this opening salvo of a new series can be heralded with trumpet fanfares and clouds of rose petals.” —Gregory Maguire, author of Wicked and Egg & Spoon For fans of the Royal Diaries series and Gail Carson Levine, Newbery Honor-winning author Kathryn Lasky delivers the first enchanting adventure in a compelling new middle grade series about a newly orphaned girl who finds herself time-travelling between the present day and the court of the two most memorable English princesses in history. Life used to be great for Rose: full of friends, a loving mom, and a growing fashion blog. But when her mother dies in a car crash, Rose is sent away to live with a strange grandmother she hardly knows and forced to attend a new school where mean girls ridicule her at every turn. The only place Rose finds refuge is in her grandmother’s greenhouse. But one night she sees a strange light glowing from within it. She goes to investigate...and finds herself transported back five hundred years to Hatfield Palace, where she becomes servant and confidant of the banished princess Elizabeth, daughter of King Henry VIII. Rose soon discovers something else amazing—a locket with two mysterious images inside it, both clues to her own past. Could the greenhouse portal offer answers to the mysteries of her family...and their secrets?

Tangled Up In School

Author: Jan Nespor
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135458782
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Based on two years of ethnographic fieldwork in an urban elementary school, this volume is an examination of how school division politics, regional economic policies, parental concerns, urban development efforts, popular cultures, gender ideologies, racial politics, and university and corporate agendas come together to produce educational effects. Unlike conventional school ethnographies, the focus of this work is less on classrooms than on the webs of social relations that embed schools in neighborhoods, cities, states, and regions. Utilizing a variety of narratives and analytical styles, this volume: * explores how curriculum innovations are simultaneously made possible by and undermined by school district politics, neighborhood histories, and the spatial and temporal organizations of teachers' and parents' lives; * situates the educational discourse of administrators and teachers in the changing economic and political climates of the city; * analyzes the motivations behind an effort by school and business proponents to refashion classrooms within the school into business enterprises, and of children's efforts to make sense of the scheme; * examines the role of the school as a neighborhood institution, situating it at the intersections of city planners' efforts to regulate city space and children's efforts to carve out live spaces through out-of-school routines; * contemplates the meaning of school as a site for bodily experience, and looks at how patterns of space and control in the school shaped children's bodies, and at how they continued to use body-based languages to construct maturity, gender, and race; and * investigates the school as a space for the deployment of symbolic resources where children learned and constructed identities through their engagements with television, comic books, movies, and sports. Tangled Up In School raises questions about how we draw the boundaries of the school, about how schools fit into the lives of children and cities, and about what we mean when we talk about "school."

Tangled Dynasty

Author: Jean Chapman
Publisher: eBookPartnership.com
ISBN: 1783015373
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Eleanor learned the reality of life at an early age. From her father she learned about cruelty and hatred from the world she learned about poverty and war... But from her mother she learned about hope - and the courage which would never allow her to bow in defeat, or give up her struggle for dignity and love. Fate might destroy the things she treasured most and take away the people she loved - but it would never crush her spirit or her dreams...

The Tangled Cedaring Sublime Its Knotting Into Nothing Of Time

Author: Richard William Kirkpatrick-Thorne
Publisher: FriesenPress
ISBN: 1460261011
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With Fingers Out-Stretched, We Perceive Through The Spaces Between... In Expected Longing For The Winding Of Perspective, As ClockWork And Still-Shadowed Light Shift Behind The Twisting Of A Wrist... To Bend At The Arm, Then To Tilt The Curve... Back Up To Where Clouds Part, But Not To A Chapel's Palm... Nor To Its Waters. ... Beyond Its Widening Berth, A Crooked CoastLine Breaks. From There A Forest Spreads Its Roots Far From The Sands Wished AWay... Reaching Down Like Spiders To GraceFully Clutch At Fragments Lost To The Shakeing Of Branches. ... ... Then One Day... All Become Entwined InTo The Wooded Hollow... To Pull At Strings...And...To Tides UnStrung. The Tangled Cedaring Sublime & Its Knotting InTo NoThing Of Time... A Collection Of Poetry Written By Richard William Kirkpatrick-Thorne, Author Of L'Oeil Du Minuit.

Tangled Secrets

Author: Anne-Marie Conway
Publisher: Usborne Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1409579514
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Maddie's life is a tangled mess of secrets. She's grieving for Nan, struggling for Mum's attention, and scared she's losing Dad too. She keeps everything knotted up inside, unable to find her voice... until she's paired with Kieran Black - the bad-boy troublemaker in her class - and finds her confidence growing. But when Maddie's hit by a secret that could bring her whole world crashing down, can she find the strength to face her fears? A captivating new mystery from the author of the bestselling Butterfly Summer. "Conway’s beautifully written and sensitive novel is as complex as its Tangled title, blending important early adolescent concerns with a captivating, moving story that entertains whilst gently doling out plenty of good advice." - Lancashire Evening Post