The book Magic or Not by Edward Eager has a part missing.
The part just before the gap says "It had termites," said James.
then the gap occurs and the book picks up again with again, all across the station yard.
And the book picks up again after the gap with Before the missing part comes the sendence At 01:57 PM 4/1/2006, you wrote:
Firstly, I'd like to applaud the work the BookShare Team and Volunteers have done in the first quarter of 2006! This year is definitely shaping up to be a good one from all the signs we've seen so far, ie. increased funding that will allow BookShare to begin work on meeting some long term goals.
That said, I'm happy to report that the Step 1 page has been less than 400 books for a few days now. I'm hoping this is because books aren't sitting around on it forever, and not that people are working on 15 books at a time.
And, that said, I know some of you have been wanting to root out the titles that have been on the page for a long time. I've compiled a list of the tob 27 books that have been there since before February 2005. And actually a couple of the books were submitted as early as January 2004!
The Mystery of Capital Hernando de Soto
Early Greek Thinking. Martin Heidegger
Digital Fortress Dan Brown
Essentials of Corporate Finance Ross Westerfield and Jordan
"Hands Heal: Communication, Documentation, and Insurance Billing for Manual Therapists, Second Edition." "Thompson, Diana L. LMP (Licensed Massage Therapist, Seattle, WA"
Range Management; Principles & Practices "Holechek, Pieper, and Herbel"
Changing Japanese Attitudes Toward Modernization Marius B. Jansen (editor)
Speed Tribes: Days and Nights with Japan's Next Generation Karl Taro Greenfeld
Reflexive Methodology: New Vistas for Qualitative Research Mats Alvesson and Kaj Skoldberg
Our Arcadia Robin Lippincott
Physical Education & Sport in a Changing World William Freeman
Business Hits on the Web 2003-2004 with Excercises Jerry Furniss
The Triumph of Elohim (Diana Vikander Edelmaeditor)n
All That is Solid Melts into Air: the Experience of Modernity Marshall Berman
Forms of Talk Erving Goffman
Applescript in a Nutshell Bruce W. Perry
Cafe Nostalgia Valdés Zoé
Gabriel's Discovery Felicia Mason
Language of the Heart Bill W
Rome's Revenge Sara Craven
Brilliance of the Moon Lian Hearn
Flower Girls "Janet Dailet, Et Al."
Speaking Culturally: Explorations in Social Comm. Gerry Philipsen
Utilization-Focused Evaluation: The New Century Text (third edition) Michael Quinn Patton
Untilization Focused Evaluation Micheal Quinn Patton
"Critical Issues in Special Education: Access, Diversity, and Accountability" "AUDREY McCRAY SORRELLS, HERBERT J. RIETH, PAUL T. SINDELAR"
Remember Names Dale Carnegie
Yeah, I know a lot of these titles look boring and generally unappealing. The only one I have personal experience with is the Mystery of Capital. The book has lots of split words and little things that need correcting. If someone were interested in cleaning up the book it would be doable, and that's the only reason I didn't reject it.
BTW this list was ordered with the oldest books at the top.
Happy Volunteering! Jake
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