Keep Calm And Pedal On

Editor: Random House
ISBN: 1473501598
Size: 18,35 MB
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In the never ending streams of traffic and the choking fumes of pollution this book gives the average cycle enthusiast or, indeed novice, a collection of quotes, sayings and proverbs on even more reasons why one should get on their bike. In the format of the bestselling Keep Calm and Carry On, Keep Calm and Pedal On is the perfect gift for keen bikers. It is a book that will give a cyclist comfort in the knowledge that their passion for bikes is shared with some of world's greatest leaders, personalities and authors. After all, in the words of John F. Kennedy, 'Nothing compares to the simple pleasure of a bike ride.'

Keep Calm And Pedal On

Author: Nova
Editor: Independently Published
ISBN: 9781099814235
Size: 11,61 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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With its hip design and durable binding, this bike-ready journal celebrates the awesomeness that is cycling. Featuring four distinctive interior page layouts and an eye-catching cover, this unique journal is at home in the messenger bag of casual and career cyclists alike

Keep Calm And Pedal On

Author: William Turner
ISBN: 9781089305897
Size: 15,25 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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Cool writing journals with inspirational and hilarious quotes are the best choice for women, men, and adults to go spend their everyday with fun. Get this amazing sarcastic and hilarious journal and take it to work with you. Write all your important tasks, activities, and daily schedule in this journal and plan your entire day. 6x9 is the perfect size for handling. With matte finish and high quality white paper, this makes up to be the best journal you can get to plan your everyday routine. Maintaining a journal is a healthy activity.

Keep Calm And Pedal On Notebook For Cyclists

Author: Freestyle Design
ISBN: 9781713273752
Size: 17,66 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Perfect gift for bicycle lovers to journal their thoughts and shopping lists. 6 x 9inch (15.24cm x 22.86cm) dimensions. Blank lined, college ruled notebook. Tough glossy paperback. 120 pages of high quality crisp white paper, sturdy to prevent ink bleed-through. Great for recording journeys and times. Works for creative writing or as a journal, scrapbook, diary, logbook, composition notebook, memory book, and for inventories, recipes, and accounts. Fits neatly in the bag. Good for pen or pencil. Great stocking stuffer or for sticking under the Christmas tree. Click the Buy Button at the top of the page.

Keep Calm And Parent On

Author: Emma Jenner
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1476739544
Size: 16,60 MB
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The former star of Take Home Nanny outlines holistic, guilt-free approaches to parenting children ages 7 and under, explaining how to assess a child from an objective standpoint that empowers parents and corrects habit-based negative behaviors.

Creative Haven Keep Calm And Coloring Book

Author: Jo Taylor
Editor: Courier Dover Publications
ISBN: 048682294X
Size: 13,21 MB
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Based on the British World War II-era "Keep Calm and Carry On" posters, these 31 illustrations suggest ways to remain tranquil, from gardening, reading, and dreaming to drinking tea.

Between Sisters

Author: Cathy Kelly
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1409153665
Size: 17,89 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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The sparkling new novel from Number One bestselling author Cathy Kelly told with her unique blend of Irish warmth and humour. Sisters Cassie and Coco have been there for each other ever since their mother disappeared when they were children. Responsible Cassie spends every moment trying to be perfect wife and mum, but can't help feeling she's getting it all wrong. Commitment-phobic Coco adores running her vintage dress shop - but since a disastrous break-up, her love life's become an antique. Their lives are full to the brim - so why do they both feel that something is missing? As the sisters try to find their way to lasting happiness, fate has a few surprises in store as the past makes a sudden appearance in the present . . .

The Organ Music Of Johannes Brahms

Author: Barbara Owen
Editor: Oxford University Press on Demand
ISBN: 0195311078
Size: 13,71 MB
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The organ works of Johannes Brahms are a beautifully-crafted and much-cherished component of the repertoire of church and concert organists across the world. A central and long renowned figure in the organ field, Barbara Owen is proposing the first in-depth study of this corpus, consideringBrahms's organ works in relation to his background, methods, and overall artistic development. Precisely because the collection of organ works is not extensive, the pieces--composed periodically throughout Brahms's lifetime--map his path as a composer, pinpointing various stages in his artisticdevelopment. Brahms's early preludes and fugues for the organ, for example, foreshadow his fascination with, and developing skills in, counterpoint, which surface notably in later motets, chamber works, and larger compositions such as the piano variations, Deutsches Requiem, and Fourth Symphony.The chorale preludes not only display a mastery of counterpoint, but a wealth of signature "Brahmsian" characteristics in miniature--carefully sculpted melodic lines, chained thirds, inversions, polyrhythms, hidden symbolism, and occasional hints of atonality. The Organ Music of Johannes Brahms offers a detailed examination of Brahms's contacts with organs and organists, and analyses of each specific work and its place in Brahms's career. The body of the manuscript is devoted to the history and analysis of Brahms's individual organ works and theirinterpretation, focusing on the importance of his predecessors and contemporaries in the composition and performance of these pieces. Blending unique insights into composition and performance practice, this book targets the large, intellectually-minded community of organists (20,000 members in theAmerican Guild of Organists), and will be appreciated by performers, students, and scholars of the organ, Brahms, and Nineteenth Century music.

Dead And Gone

Author: R.J. Patterson
Editor: Green E-Books
ISBN: 1938848624
Size: 16,18 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Fans of David Baldacci, Nelson DeMille, John Sanford, Stieg Larsson and Lee Child will enjoy this new book from international best-selling author R.J. Patterson. How can someone be murdered in plain sight in front of thousands of people—and nobody even know it was happening? When popular stock car racer Carson Tanner dies on the track and stuns the motorsports world, reporter Cal Murphy witnesses the event in disbelief. Something seems off to Cal—and his suspicions are confirmed with a cryptic handwritten note stuck into his pocket. As the race circuit moves to Phoenix, Cal races against the clock to uncover who sabotaged Tanner’s car—and all upstream against wealthy team owner Ned Davis, who wants to suppress the information; an uncooperative crew full of suspects; and an upstart driver who refuses to let his debut be ruined by such a report. In an effort to expose the killer and help Tanner’s grieving widow, Cal faces his greatest fear and must decide how far he’s willing to go in order to get justice.

Life Is A Wheel

Author: Bruce Weber
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1451695039
Size: 11,58 MB
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Life Is a Wheel chronicles the cross-country bicycle trip Bruce Weber made at the age of fifty-seven, an “entertaining travel story filled with insightful thoughts about life, family, and aging” (The Associated Press). During the summer and fall of 2011, Bruce Weber, an obituary writer for The New York Times, bicycled across the country, alone, and wrote about it as it unfolded. Life Is a Wheel is the witty, inspiring, and reflective diary of his journey, in which the challenges and rewards of self-reliance and strenuous physical effort yield wry and incisive observations about cycling and America, not to mention the pleasures of a three-thousand-calorie breakfast. The story begins on the Oregon coast, with Weber wondering what he’s gotten himself into, and ends in triumph on New York City’s George Washington Bridge. From Going-to-the-Sun Road in the northern Rockies to the headwaters of the Mississippi and through the cityscapes of Chicago and Pittsburgh, his encounters with people and places provide us with an intimate, two-wheeled perspective of America. And with thousands of miles to travel, Weber considers his past, his family, and the echo that a well-lived life leaves behind. Part travelogue, part memoir, part romance, part paean to the bicycle—and part bemused and panicky account of a middle-aged man’s attempt to stave off, well, you know—Life Is a Wheel is “a book for cyclists, and for anyone who has ever dreamed of such transcontinental travels. But it also should prove enlightening, soul-stirring, even, to those who don’t care a whit about bikes but who care about the way people connect” (The Philadelphia Inquirer).