Содержание:01. The Christmas Waltz And Introduction02. Interview With Kurt Elling03. Still, Still, Still Wit Kurt Elling04. Interview With Lidia Bastianich05. Jrostry The Snowman With Rachelle Fleming, Amelia Ross And Sage Ross06. Interview With Kurt Elling07. Winter Wonderland 08. Silver Bells With Kelli O'hara09. Interview With Gregory Porter10. Central Park Serenade With Gregory Porter11. Interview With Rufus Wainwright12. In The Midwinter With Rufus Wainwright13. Interview With Gregory Porter14. Have Yourself A Marry Little Christmas With Gregory Porter15. Interview With Kelli O'hara16. Silent Night With Rachelle Fleming, Amelia Ross And Sage Ross17. Credits
Daisy Wells and Hazel Wong are famous for the murder cases they have solved - but there are many other mysteries in the pages of Hazel's casebook, from the macabre Case of the Deepdean Vampire, to the baffling Case of the Blue Violet, and their very first case of all: the Case of Lavinia's Missing Tie.Packed with brilliant mini-mysteries, including two brand-new and never seen before stories, and peppered with Daisy and Hazel's own tips, tricks and facts, this is the perfect book for budding detectives and fans of the award-winning, bestselling Murder Most Unladylike series.
The greatest mash-up in the Whoniverse continues with this Christmas adventure starring the Tenth Doctor and fan-favourite companion, Donna!Doctor Who meets Roger Hargreaves' Mr Men in this fun and charming Christmas story; a seasonal special to compliment the twelve Dr Men titles in the ongoing series written and illustrated by Adam Hargreaves.
This book contains two stories about Daisy the Dinosaur. In the first, she has the hiccups, but Danny has the answer. And in the second story, Daisy makes a special sandwich! "Macmillan English Explorers" have been written specifically for young learners of English. They bring first language teaching methods to reading lessons in international classrooms.
Everybody in Halloweentown loves Halloween–but not Jack Skellington. Every year he has to sing the same scary songs and do the same dangerous dances. He is bored with them. Then, one day, he visits Christmastown and he has an idea. Why can't the vampires, witches, and skeletons of Halloweentown celebrate Christmas, too–their way?
From Bloomberg, the authority on municipal bond valuation, this is the first book to give issuers (municipalities and their officers, attorneys, and other advisers) step-by-step tips on (1) lowering the cost of financing and (2) how to do it right and avoid trouble–with the press, with the market, with constituents, and with the Securities and Exchange Commission. With an insider's perspective, Joe Mysak debunks the myths and reveals thepractical realities of today's municipal bond market. Fresh and clearly written, this excellent primer on issuing municipal bonds is a key to the market that no participant should be without.
Sir Henry Rider Haggard was an English writer of adventure novels set mostly in Africa, and a founder of the Lost World literary genre. Beatrice follows the story of the Welsh title character Beatrice Granger, a teacher, and the affair that takes place with an unhappily married man, Geoffrey Bingham. Trouble awaits, in the form of Bingham's wife Honoria (who's only interested in money and social climbing), Owen Davies (one of the richest men in Wales, who is morbidly obsessed with marrying Beatrice), and Elizabeth (Beatrice's older sister, who will do just about anything to marry Davies herself).
In this innovative new activity board book, children can assemble their very own Nativity scene. Featuring 20 unique and colourful designs, the press-out pieces can be simply slotted together to create bright and cheerful ornaments, ideal for making a festive display. With all the figures from the Nativity story - from Mary, Joseph and the three kings, to shepherds, cattle and even a tiny manger for Baby Jesus - these gorgeous models are perfect for teaching young children about the Nativity story and decorating for Christmas. After playing with the Nativity scene, children can read the story, sing the Christmas songs and make some festive crafts, including an advent calendar and a Christmas angel.
The Haunted Man is the fifth and last of Dickens's Christmas novellas. The tale centers on a Professor Redlaw and those close to him. Redlaw often broods over wrongs done him and grief from his past. He is haunted by a spirit, who is not so much a ghost as Redlaw's phantom twin and is "an awful likeness of himself, with his features, and his bright eyes, and his grizzled hair, and dressed in the gloomy shadow of his dress."
A magical midi-edition of Delia Huddy and Emily Sutton’s poignant, exquisitely illustrated Christmas story, with a beautiful pop-up cityscape. When the ugly little fir tree is taken to the city, no one wants to buy him; they prefer the big tall trees. But a homeless boy asks the shopkeeper if he can take the tree, and down by the river in a cardboard box, decorated with a few candles, the tree finds itself at the centre of a magical Christmas Eve it will never forget. With a stunning pop-up of a snowy city skyline, this is a Christmas tale with a classic feel but a modern theme at its heart.
Features 25 adorable projects, including angels, snowmen, reindeer and other yuletide favorites. - Covers a variety of cute Christmas characters that will appeal to friends and family of all ages. - Every project is hand-sewn and comes complete with easy-to-follow instructions and templates. - Includes detailed information on techniques and patterns for making the projects' distinctive clothes and faces. With this charming collection of easy step-by-step projects, crafters can choose from more than two dozen loveable characters in rich, sumptuous shades that are ready for Christmas. Readers will find traditional Christmas characters like angels and snowmen as well as novelties like appliqu? penguins, mice, and advent calendars. All of the projects use widely available fabrics and actual-size templates. Crafting Christmas Gifts also includes instructions for delightfully simple Christmas cards, hearts, tree decorations and gift bags.
Beatrice follows the story of the Welsh title character Beatrice Granger, a teacher, and the affair that takes place with an unhappily married man in the form of barrister Geoffrey Bingham. Trouble awaits, in the form of Bingham's wife Honoria (who's only interested in money and social climbing), Owen Davies (one of the richest men in Wales, who is morbidly obsessed with marrying Beatrice), and Elizabeth (Beatrice's older sister, who will do just about anything to marry Davies herself).
Daniel Defoe was an English trader, writer, journalist, pamphleteer and spy. He wrote many political tracts and often was in trouble with the authorities, including prison time. The third book about Robinson Crousoe is a collection of Daniel Defoe’s essays on moral topics. The name of Crusoe used to spur the public’s interest in this work.