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Nobu

Genre Biography & Autobiography
Author,
Isbn1501122819
File size781 kb
Year2017-11-07
Pages224
LanguageEnglish
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“In this outstanding memoir, chef and restaurateur Matsuhisa...shares lessons in humility, gratitude, and empathy that will stick with readers long after they’ve finished the final chapter.” —Publishers Weekly (starred review) A fascinating and unique memoir by the acclaimed celebrity chef and international restaurateur, Nobu, as he divulges both his dramatic life story and reflects on the philosophy and passion that has made him one of the world’s most widely respected Japanese fusion culinary artists. Nobu needs no introduction. One of the world’s most widely acclaimed restaurateurs, his influence on food and hospitality can be found at the highest levels of haute-cuisine to the food trucks you frequent during the work week—this is the Nobu that the public knows. But now, we are finally introduced to the private Nobu: the man who failed three times before starting the restaurant that would grow into an empire; the man who credits the love and support of his wife and children as the only thing keeping him from committing suicide when his first restaurant burned down; and the man who values the busboy who makes sure each glass is crystal clear as highly as the chef who slices the fish for Omakase perfectly. What makes Nobu special, and what made him famous, is the spirit of what exists on these pages. He has the traditional Japanese perspective that there is great pride to be found in every element of doing a job well—no matter how humble that job is. Furthermore, he shows us repeatedly that success is as much about perseverance in the face of adversity as it is about innate talent. Not just for serious foodies, this inspiring memoir is perfect for fans of Marie Kondo’s The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up and Danny Meyer’s Setting the Table. Nobu’s writing does what he does best—it marries the philosophies of East and West to create something entirely new and remarkable.

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Genre ,
AuthorThe Player
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File size729 kb
Year2012-04-02
PagesN.A
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Childhood and Pethood in Literature and Culture

Genre Literary Criticism
AuthorAnna Feuerstein,Carmen Nolte-Odhiambo
Isbn1315386208
File size1429 kb
Year2017-10-06
Pages276
LanguageEnglish
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Bringing together new perspectives in childhood studies and animal studies, this book is the first collection to critically address the manifold alignments and frequent co-constitutions of children and pets in our families, our cultures, and our societies. The cultural politics of power shaping relationships between children, pets, and adults inform the wide range of essays included in this collection, as they explore issues such as protection, discipline, mastery, wildness, play, and domestication. The volume use the frequent social and cultural intersections between children and pets as an opportunity to analyze institutions that create pet and child subjectivity, from education and training to putting children and pets on display for entertainment purposes. Essays analyze legal discourses, visual culture, literature for children and adults, migration narratives, magazines for children, music, and language socialization to discuss how notions of nationalism, race, gender, heteronormativity, and speciesism shape cultural constructions of children and pets. Examining childhood and pethood in America, Europe, Asia, and the Pacific, this collection shows how discourses linking children and pets are pervasive and work across cultures. By presenting innovative approaches to the child and the pet, the book brings to light alternative paths toward understanding these figures, leading to new openings and questions about kinship, agency, and the power of care that so often shapes our relationships with children and animals. This will be an important volume for scholars of animal studies, childhood studies, children’s literature, cultural studies, political theory, education, art history, and sociology.

The Best Life Diet Cookbook

Genre Cooking
AuthorBob Greene
Isbn1439154090
File size1990 kb
Year2008-12-30
Pages368
LanguageEnglish
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A good meal is one of life's great pleasures, but we all know that it can be difficult to choose foods that make us happy and keep us healthy. In his New York Times bestselling book The Best Life Diet, Bob Greene showed more than a million people that you can lose weight and eat delicious food. Now, in The Best Life Diet Cookbook he provides more than 175 recipes that taste as good as they are good for you. With recipes like Flank Steak with Potatoes and Garlic and Sweet-and-Sour Stuffed Chicken, it isn't hard to eat well while shedding pounds. Slimmed-down comfort foods like Sweet Potato with Turkey Hash and Beef Stew with Winter Root Vegetables make family dinners satisfying and healthful. Rotisserie Chicken Salad with Oranges and Pistachios comes together in a snap. Or try one of the recipes contributed by world-class chefs like Charlie Trotter or Suzanne Goin, adapted to fit the Best Life guidelines. Craving something sweet? You won't believe that Pear and Banana Crisp and Apple Pie with Oatmeal Crust are low in fat and calories. Also included are three sets of two-week meal plans: The Quick and Easy Plan for when you're most time-pressed; The Family-Friendly Plan with meals to satisfy the whole gang; and The Kitchen Connoisseur Plan for those looking for more of a challenge in the kitchen. Whether you're trying to drop some pounds or simply want to maintain your weight, these plans do all the calorie-calculating for you. The Best Life Diet Cookbook is full of useful shopping tips and culinary information. Illustrated with dozens of beautiful black-and-white and color photographs, it is a book you will turn to again and again. Bob Greene firmly believes that every meal should be a celebration both of the pleasures of food and your commitment to living your best possible life, and with The Best Life Diet Cookbook, you can reclaim your joy of eating and live the life you deserve.

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Nana Essentials

Genre Comics & Graphic Novels
AuthorKazuhisa Fujie,Onno Van't Hot
Isbn1932897313
File size1726 kb
Year2008-05-13
Pages192
LanguageEnglish
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A unique tale of being young and single in Tokyo. The story of two very different young women who meet by chance and, after a number of coincidences, end up living together, NANA has been a run-away success as a manga, made into two popular live-action movies and adapted into an anime licensed for release in North America. This unofficial guidebook is the only one of its kind to analyze the series.

Red Moon over Black Earth

Genre Fiction
AuthorJoseph Andrews Jr.
Isbn1462809626
File size1934 kb
Year2010-02-26
Pages90
LanguageEnglish
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Set in a fictional world based on feudal Japan Red Moon over Black Earth is a tale of a young man of a noble family, Akihiko, and those closest to him. With a changing world around him Akihiko’s sheltered life in a small village is interrupted with a visit by an unexpected guest. When Akihiko is called off to war his loved ones are left to take care of each other and cope without him. The world and the places with in it are just as entertaining to read about as the overall story. Red Moon does not fail to deliver action, light whimsical comedy, fantasy, and romance.

(Re)Constructing Maternal Performance in Twentieth-Century American Drama

Genre Social Science
AuthorL. Bailey McDaniel
Isbn1137299576
File size718 kb
Year2013-09-04
Pages227
LanguageEnglish
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Looking at a century of American theatre, McDaniel investigates how race-based notions of maternal performance become sites of resistance to cultural and political hierarchies. This book considers how the construction of mothering as universally women's work obscures additional, equally constructed subdivisions based in race and class.

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In the Sun

Genre Fiction
AuthorJoshua Patrick
Isbn1462059996
File size327 kb
Year2011-11-10
Pages704
LanguageEnglish
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As the new millennium approaches, the world is getting ready to celebrateunaware that a Russian terrorist cell is preparing to carry out a plan that will change their lives in an instant. It is November of 1999, and all seventeen-year-old Josh Saunders wants to do is escape his Podunk town of Elnor, Texas. But everything is about to change when Josh learns the US president and vice president are dead. A nuclear missile has just struck Washington, DC, and Russian President Vladimir Pemarov has declared war on America. Suddenly what was once a boring little town erupts into chaos. Now Josh and his friend Yuko must not only save their own lives, but also the life of Akbashev Chekenov, a deserting Russian soldier hunted by both American soldiers and his own military unit. As two worlds and cultures collide in a brutal battle, Josh, Yuko, and Akbashev are about to realize there is much more to war than honor and glory. In this modern military thriller, three young adults are propelled into an unthinkable war and soon discover that there is a thin line that separates enemies from friends.

Tales of Berseria 3

Genre Comics & Graphic Novels
AuthorNobu Aonagi/MUTSUMI INOMATA/KOSUKE FUJISHIMA/Tales of Berseria™and©BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Inc.
Isbn1646592735
File size1853 kb
Year2020-04-28
Pages224
LanguageEnglish
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REASON TO LIVE Overcome by his overwhelming strength, Velvet and crew set off in search for the secrets of Innominat, the source of Artorius’s power. But when the truth behind the Abbey’s plan is finally revealed, it unravels everything Velvet thought she knew–about the world, the Abbey, and Artorius. In order to defeat Artorius once and for all, Velvet accepts that some sacrifices will need to be made to protect the people she loves most. FINAL VOLUME!

Preschool in Three Cultures Revisited

Genre Education
AuthorJoseph Tobin,Yeh Hsueh,Mayumi Karasawa
Isbn0226805050
File size594 kb
Year2009-08-01
Pages280
LanguageEnglish
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Published twenty years ago, the original Preschool in Three Cultures was a landmark in the study of education: a profoundly enlightening exploration of the different ways preschoolers are taught in China, Japan, and the United States. Here, lead author Joseph Tobin—along with new collaborators Yeh Hsueh and Mayumi Karasawa—revisits his original research to discover how two decades of globalization and sweeping social transformation have affected the way these three cultures educate and care for their youngest pupils. Putting their subjects’ responses into historical perspective, Tobin, Hsueh, and Karasawa analyze the pressures put on schools to evolve and to stay the same, discuss how the teachers adapt to these demands, and examine the patterns and processes of continuity and change in each country. Featuring nearly one hundred stills from the videotapes, Preschool in Three Cultures Revisited artfully and insightfully illustrates the surprising, illuminating, and at times entertaining experiences of four-year-olds—and their teachers—on both sides of the Pacific.

A Study Guide for Arthur Golden's 'Memoirs of a Geisha'

Genre Literary Criticism
AuthorGale, Cengage Learning
Isbn1410352471
File size871 kb
Year2016-06-29
Pages17
LanguageEnglish
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A Study Guide for Arthur Golden's 'Memoirs of a Geisha,' excerpted from Gale's acclaimed Novels for Students. This concise study guide includes plot summary; character analysis; author biography; study questions; historical context; suggestions for further reading; and much more. For any literature project, trust Novels for Students for all of your research needs.

Other//Side

Genre Fiction
AuthorK.D Nelson
Isbn1664164197
File size413 kb
Year2021-05-04
Pages150
LanguageEnglish
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A rich boy dies and gets saved from the complex world of ghosts, shinigami, and yokai by a clan of fellow spirits. Little does he know, his saviors are involved in a feud far more dangerous than all of the above.

Fallen Idol

Genre Fiction
AuthorPercival Constantine
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File size1365 kb
Year2017-01-10
PagesN.A
LanguageEnglish
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SOMETIMES SUICIDE IS JUST A FACADE When a disgraced former pop star plummets to her death from her Osaka apartment, all signs paint a picture of a troubled young woman who took her own life. But once her parents hire Kyoko Nakamura to learn the truth, the private detective discovers not everything is as it seems. Kyoko’s investigation will lead her into a world of drugs and prostitution, face to face with dangerous criminals, and through the seedy underbelly of Japan’s music industry. With all odds against her, can Kyoko redeem herself for a past failure by finding justice for a fallen idol? From Percival Constantine comes a thrilling new mystery series, set in one of the world's most intriguing locales! “In FALLEN IDOL, the harsh shadows cast by the twisty neon of Osaka hide bad intent but it’s where the answers lie, and for resourceful PI Kyoko Nakamura there’s no turning away.” – Gary Phillips, author of Batman: The Killing Joke novelization

Fallon's Jewel

Genre Fiction
AuthorSedonia Guillone
Isbn1937796221
File size759 kb
Year2010-05-29
Pages156
LanguageEnglish
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Kenji doesn’t know who he is or where he came from, only that he woke up one day, naked and alone on Terran A, possessing nothing in the world but a golden statue. All he knows is his survival, pouring drinks for roughnecks in Spike’s bar for a living. The one bright spot in his life is Jake Fallon, a cop with Interstellar Patrol. Though Fallon is only another customer, Kenji senses something different about him, something that inspires Kenji to trust Fallon with his body and his life. When Kenji is attacked and pursued by a vicious bounty hunter one night, Fallon also becomes his only hope. Fallon’s passion for Kenji mixes with his desire to rescue the beautiful man from danger. He’s already more than half in love with Kenji and falling deeper as the bounty hunter’s pursuit takes them from galaxy to galaxy. For the first time since his first partner was killed, Fallon dares to surrender his heart again. However, as their race for survival uncovers Kenji’s true origins, Fallon may have to let Kenji go in order for Kenji to fulfill the very purpose of his existence…

Murder Walk

Genre Fiction
AuthorPercival Constantine
Isbn
File size1291 kb
Year2017-03-21
PagesN.A
LanguageEnglish
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TAKE A STROLL WITH DEATH Sex sells in Osaka's Shinsekai neighborhood, and anything can be had for a price. When a teenage runaway turns up dead, an outreach worker has little faith in the police and instead hires private investigator Kyoko Nakamura to find the killer. Kyoko also has no faith in the local police. She used to be one of them, until politics prevented her from helping a stalking victim and drove her to go solo. But as a PI, her reach is limited, and she has little choice but to join forces with an antagonistic former colleague. As the body count rises, Kyoko faces pressure on all sides. Can she find the killer before another girl is lured on a murder walk?

The Train to Crystal City

Genre History
AuthorJan Jarboe Russell
Isbn1451693680
File size713 kb
Year2015-01-20
Pages416
LanguageEnglish
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The New York Times bestselling dramatic and never-before-told story of a secret FDR-approved American internment camp in Texas during World War II: “A must-read….The Train to Crystal City is compelling, thought-provoking, and impossible to put down” (Star-Tribune, Minneapolis). During World War II, trains delivered thousands of civilians from the United States and Latin America to Crystal City, Texas. The trains carried Japanese, German, and Italian immigrants and their American-born children. The only family internment camp during the war, Crystal City was the center of a government prisoner exchange program called “quiet passage.” Hundreds of prisoners in Crystal City were exchanged for other more ostensibly important Americans—diplomats, businessmen, soldiers, and missionaries—behind enemy lines in Japan and Germany. “In this quietly moving book” (The Boston Globe), Jan Jarboe Russell focuses on two American-born teenage girls, uncovering the details of their years spent in the camp; the struggles of their fathers; their families’ subsequent journeys to war-devastated Germany and Japan; and their years-long attempt to survive and return to the United States, transformed from incarcerated enemies to American loyalists. Their stories of day-to-day life at the camp, from the ten-foot high security fence to the armed guards, daily roll call, and censored mail, have never been told. Combining big-picture World War II history with a little-known event in American history, The Train to Crystal City reveals the war-time hysteria against the Japanese and Germans in America, the secrets of FDR’s tactics to rescue high-profile POWs in Germany and Japan, and above all, “is about identity, allegiance, and home, and the difficulty of determining the loyalties that lie in individual human hearts” (Texas Observer).

The Professor in the Cage

Genre Social Science
AuthorJonathan Gottschall
Isbn110162499X
File size374 kb
Year2015-04-14
Pages304
LanguageEnglish
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An English professor begins training in the sport of mixed martial arts and explores the science and history behind the violence of men When a mixed martial arts (MMA) gym moves in across the street from his office, Jonathan Gottschall sees a challenge, and an opportunity. Pushing forty, out of shape, and disenchanted with his job as an adjunct English professor, part of him yearns to cross the street and join up. The other part is terrified. Gottschall eventually works up his nerve, and starts training for a real cage fight. He’s fighting not only as a personal test but also to answer questions that have intrigued him for years: Why do men fight? And why do so many seemingly decent people like to watch? In The Professor in the Cage, Gottschall’s unlikely journey from the college classroom to the fighting cage drives an important new investigation into the science and history of violence. Mixed martial arts is a full-contact hybrid sport in which fighters punch, choke, and kick each other into submission. MMA requires intense strength, endurance, and skill; the fights are bloody, brutal, and dangerous. Yet throughout the last decade, cage fighting has evolved from a small-time fringe spectacle banned in many states to the fastest-growing spectator sport in America. But the surging popularity of MMA, far from being new, is just one more example of our species’ insatiable interest not just in violence but in the rituals that keep violence contained. From duels to football to the roughhousing of children, humans are masters of what Gottschall calls the monkey dance: a dizzying variety of rule-bound contests that establish hierarchies while minimizing risk and social disorder. In short, Gottschall entered the cage to learn about the violence in men, but learned instead how men keep violence in check. Gottschall endures extremes of pain, occasional humiliation, and the incredulity of his wife to take us into the heart of fighting culture—culminating, after almost two years of grueling training, in his own cage fight. Gottschall’s unsparing personal journey crystallizes in his epiphany, and ours, that taming male violence through ritualized combat has been a hidden key to the success of the human race. Without the restraining codes of the monkey dance, the world would be a much more chaotic and dangerous place.

With the Light... Vol. 1

Genre Comics & Graphic Novels
AuthorKeiko Tobe
Isbn0316471062
File size432 kb
Year2016-12-20
Pages528
LanguageEnglish
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Born during the sunrise - an auspicious beginning - the Azumas' newborn son is named Hikaru, which means 'light'. But during one play date, his mother notices that her son is slightly different from the other children. In the alternately heartwarming and bittersweet tale, a young mother tries to cope with both the overwhelming discovery of her child's autism and the trials of raising him while keeping her family together. This is a story that resonates not only for those whose families have been affected by autism, but also for all past, present, and future parents.

Studies of Laughter in Interaction

Genre Language Arts & Disciplines
AuthorPhillip Glenn,Elizabeth Holt
Isbn1441183477
File size1643 kb
Year2013-05-23
Pages312
LanguageEnglish
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Laughter is pervasive in interaction yet often overlooked in the research. This volume presents a collection of original studies revealing the highly-ordered, complex, and important phenomenon of laughter in everyday interactions. Building on 40 years of conversation analytic research, the authors show how the design and placement of laughs contribute to unfolding sequences, social activities, identities, and relationships. In this revealing study leading experts investigate laughter in a range of different contexts and across a variety of languages. The research demonstrates that laughter is not simply a reaction to humour but is used in a fascinating array of different ways. Findings reported here include its use in clinics, employment interviews, news interviews, classrooms, the discourse of children with severe autism, and ordinary conversations. The acoustics of laughter and its relationship to movement, gaze and gesture are also explored. The volume brings together new and influential research into this phenomenon to present the state-of-the-art. It will be invaluable to anyone interested in the study of interaction, conversation analysis, humour and laughter.

Bring It On

Genre Juvenile Fiction
AuthorDeborah Gregory
Isbn1497677289
File size810 kb
Year2014-08-12
Pages106
LanguageEnglish
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After winning the talent competition at the Harlem School of the Arts, the Cheetah Girls have cred uptown and down. Dorinda, the most stylish Cheetah of all, thinks they’re finally on their way to music industry millions. But just when things are clicking for the Cheetahs, Dorinda’s home life threatens to come apart at the seams. Dorinda lives in foster care with almost a dozen other children, and even though Mr. and Mrs. Bosco aren’t their real parents, they’re the only family these kids have ever known. So when a mysterious man comes demanding custody of one of Dorinda’s brothers, she decides to fight back the only way she knows how: Cheetah style!

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With his multinational and ever expanding empire of thirteen restaurants, Nobu Matsuhisa has become one of the most talked-about international restaurateurs and arguably the world's greatest sushi chef. In his first, long awaited book, Nobu: The Cookbook, Matsuhisa reveals the secrets of his exciting, cutting-edge Japanese cuisine. Nobu's culinary creations are based on the practice of simplicity the art of using simple techniques to bring out the flavors in the best ingredients the world's oceans have to offer and on his unique combinations of Japanese cuisine and imaginative
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