Rose by Theodore James

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This volume covers the full range of antique and modern roses, not just the old-fashioned, fragrant, and once-blooming kind, but also recent hybrids that bloom all summer long. To allay gardeners' worries about growing the Queen of the Flowers

About Theodore James

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Wachsberger is an author, artist, and landscape designer. He writes a gardening column for North Fork Country newspaper. He has received the Garden Writers Association Garden Globe award for best book illustration. He has twice been the recipient of Ludwig Vogelstein Foundation grants, for writing and art. James is a nationally known team, with fourteen books and hundreds of magazine articles to their credit. James is a popular lecturer on garden subjects and in 1988 was knighted by the king of Belgium for his writing on Belgian gardens and architecture. Ted James Jr.'s critically acclaimed books on gardening and landscape design include "Country Gardening," Harry Haralambou's garden photographs have won numerous awards.
Published March 1, 2004 by Harry N. Abrams. 96 pages
Genres: Crafts, Hobbies & Home. Non-fiction

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Book 2 of The Seven Stars Trilogy follows British student Jack Lawson and his band of fellow peacekeeping Apollonians in a race against time to find a series of magical shards before the evil priests and priestesses of the Cult of Dionysus use them for nefarious purposes, namely world domination.

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Enlarge This Image Courtesy of the Moynihan family The lines owe a debt to Roger Miller’s great song “King of the Road.” And they could have also been the motto of John Moynihan, who during the summer of his junior year at Wesleyan University decided to join the merchant marine and sp...

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Publishers Weekly

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The plot begins plausibly enough as Rose watches ``the leaves tremble'' and sees the ``shadows slide over the grass,'' but Stevenson's penchant for whimsy and exaggeration escalates as fast-moving Rose is joined by 84 other babies in identical vehicles.

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New York Journal of Books

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As a writer and advisor, James Rose has written features, commentary, and analysis for various publications including the Wall Street Journal, the Guardian, the International Herald Tribune, the Far Eastern Economic Review, the Sydney Morning Herald, the Washington Post, and the South China Morni...

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London Review of Books

Patrick McCarthy crisply says, ‘As an introduction to Finnegans Wake, Our Exagmination has long been superseded by other studies, but as an introduction to “Work in Progress” it is still indispensable.’ Pamela Brown remarks that the often quoted prescription from and about Finnegans Wake – it req...

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In a notorious St Valentine’s Day massacre of his literary rivals in Esquire in 1963 called ‘Some Children of the Goddess’, Mailer not only performed a gruesome autopsy of Set This House on Fire – ‘the magnum opus of a fat spoiled rich boy’, ‘a bad maggoty novel’ where ‘four or five half-great sh...

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