Resultados para: livros-steven-king
The development of the domestic interior is a history of consumption and taste. Illustrated with contemporary plates from catalogues and books, as well as paintings and photography, this book is suitable for students of and enthusiasts for the...
The Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Martin Dressler explores the diverse faces and shapes of love in three novellas--'Revenge,' a study of erotic love and betrayal, as well as two works, 'An Adventure of Don Juan' and 'The King in the Tree,' which...sob encomenda
Roy,Ron; Gurney, John Steven(633700)
Dink and his friends meet an exchange student, Sammi, who is actually the prince of an island country, hiding from those enemies who have kidnapped his parents and who may be after him as well.sob encomenda
100 Classic Graphic Design Journals surveys a unique collection of the most influential magazines devoted to graphic design, advertising, and typography. These journals together span over 100 years of the history of print design and chart the rise of...sob encomenda
Bible reading notes based on the Common Worship Lectionary. Each day, Monday to Saturday, some of the very best writers from across the Anglican tradition offer insightful, informed and inspiring reflections on one of the day's readings for Morning...
'Religion has become sick. Jesus's teaching and healing ministries point out this frightening and important truth. The worst enemies of religion usually lie within religion itself. A subtle rigidity takes over that blocks the flow of healing.'...
New in the '100 Ideas that Changed...' series, this book demonstrates how ideas influenced and defined graphic design, and how those ideas have manifested themselves in objects of design. The 100 entries, arranged broadly in chronological order,...
King, Stephen; Rimbauer,Steven; Reardon,Joyce, Ph.D.(597932)
The turn-of-the-century journal of young bride Ellen Rimbauer describes her marriage to Seattle industrialist John Rimbauer and the nightmare living in the Rimbauer mansion, Rose Red, a site that would become the scene of many inexplicable tragedies.