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Looking for the latest groundbreaking books providing a new take on some of cosmology's most profound questions? If you want to tour some of the strange and wonderful universes that modern physics posits that just might-be out there, turn to our latest collection of titles.
Cycles of time: an extraordinary new view of the universe by Roger Penrose
The book of universes: exploring the limits of the cosmos by John D. Barrow
The grand design by Stephen Hawking and Leonard Mlodinow
Summer is here and the kids are home. Are you already dreading those two words, "I'm bored"? Well check out the parenting collection in the Children's department. We have a variety of topics in this collection with parenting advice, as well as books to give you tips on summer activities to do with your children. The green hour will help you get your kids outside and Summer smarts for cool kids will help you encourage thinking skills while entertaining at the same time. Family Travel & Resorts is also great if you're going on a vacation.
Zombie cupcakes by Zilly Rosen — Cupcakes are all the rage these days, and zombies never go out of style, so why not combine the two? The sixteen cupcake designs included here are mostly zombie-focused but extend to other horror themes, including vampires and one that might have been inspired by the classic film The Birds. All of these cupcakes are fun and spooky, and hopefully also delicious.
We have received our 2011 shipment of books in Urdu and they are on the shelves. Stop by and check them out. New titles include:
Barq-i tabassum by Shaukat Thānvī
Jis tan lagyā ʻishq kamāl by ʻUshnā Kaus̲ar Sardār
Obāmā kī āp bītī by Bārak Obāmā ; mutarjim, Yāsar Javvād
Ṣāʻiqah : Nāvil by Raz̤iyah Baṭ
More than 90,000 Michigan men — nearly a quarter of the state's male population in 1860 — served in the United States Civil War. Over 14,000 Michigan soldiers died in the service of their country — roughly 1 of every 6 who served. Michigan supplied a large number of troops and several generals, including George Armstrong Custer's Michigan Wolverine Cavalry. In all, Michigan fielded 31 Regiments of Infantry, 11 Regiments of Cavalry, 14 batteries of Artillery, 1 regiment of Sharpshooters, and 1 regiment of Engineers.