Profiles the wide range of professions prevalent in China throughout its history, including those in the fields of civil service, academia, religion, law and order, entertainment, and health.
Inspired by a true story, When Everything Feels like the Movies is an edgy, extravagant novel for young people and others, full of gender-bending teen glamour, dark mischief and enough melodrama to incite the paparazzi. A boy who smells like Chanel Mademoiselle, calls Blair Waldorf his biggest... More Info
Wanting more than anything to win a blue ribbon at the Great Third-Grade Breakfast Bash, Frank Pearl has three shots at a prize, and with the (albeit halfhearted) support of Judy Moody as well as his amazing yo-yo trick, there's no way Frank can miss out on a trophy this time! Simultaneous.