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让你的世界改变
让你的世界改变
李题印
¥38.00
  说起这本书,缘于我的人生经历,因为没有勇气写自己,就把曾经激励过我的故事做个梳理。我以为,一个人活着要有追求,要为理想奋斗、为生活事业打拼,人生价值实现没有,工作事业成功与否,不同的人有不同的诠释标准。
我心中的那条河:成长·收获·感恩·分享
我心中的那条河:成长·收获·感恩·分享
李鹏飞
¥68.00
  记得1989年12月30日,乘上中国民航的班机于下午四点飞离上海赴加拿大蒙特利尔研修途中,心情难以抑制地激动。飞机上了天虽然刚四点,天空就布满了彩霞,宣告了一天的结束。接下来的向西航行,窗外一直是漆黑的夜晚,直到温哥华。在茫茫的黑夜里,我又非坐在窗户旁边,加上邻座是一个不爱说话的外国老头,我就只好陷入了孤独的冥想和回忆之中。那年,我已经54岁了,这样的年纪出国“留学”,让人听起来好笑。但对一个已经教了35年外国语的教俄语、英语,又对法语喜欢得入迷的外语老师而言,到加拿大这个以英法两种语言为并列的国语的环境中,哪怕是“镀镀金”也算不上多此一举吧?回想起我自己,一个普普通通的农家子弟,由于人生旅途的幸运而被录取到北工俄文专修科学习,毕业后又不无惊奇地被留校任教。后来又让我在英语水平难以胜任的情况下带团出国访问,今天又给了我机会赴加拿大研修,使我此时此刻不禁反问自己:“我配吗?”“我配吗?”在从加拿大回国之后,我又有幸受邀参加了在内蒙古大学召开的第五届加拿大研究会。受中国加拿大研究会的几任前会长蓝仁哲先生、阮西湖先生、陈启能先生和王昺先生的鼓励,我出版了几本研究加拿大的小书,当每天看到百度网上登着由我和杜发春同志编译的《印第安人——加拿大第一民族的历史、现状和走向自治之路》书讯时,我又反问自己:凭自己的这点能力,要是没有党和人民的教育和培养,我能有这一点成绩吗?在冯长根教授的鼓励下,我从2001年开始,担任他主编的《环境与安全技术》学报的英文顾问,负责修改学报的摘要工作。其中常常牵扯到五花八门的化学化工等专业知识和英语表达特定技巧,说实话,我也常常对之望而却步。在北理工珠海学院英语专业需要我开一些专业课程的时候,又是学校领导和同事们的鼓励,使我好赖胜任了有关工作。上述这一切的一切,使我想到,在我们的国家,在我们的学校,在我们的身旁,随时随地都有着无所不在的力量和友人在鼓舞着我、帮助着我、支撑着我、保护着我去按照领导、行政、学生和实际事业的需要做自己应当做的事情。我所完成出版的书籍和论文虽然水平有限,也无一不是在同事和友人的具体帮助下迎合需要的应急之作。所以,今天在本书中回顾这些内容之时,除了其中的错误需要纠正以外,无任何值得夸口之处。撰写此书的意向,已有年余。那时,我完成了我的最后一个职业教学任务——北理工珠海学院的英语教学和学校教学督导的职责,一下子觉得人生突然空虚起来。人生苦短,2016年,也就是明年,我就80岁了。再不写个人生小结,也许就“过了这个村,就没有这个店了”。
宁波商帮文化教程
宁波商帮文化教程
庄丹华
¥7.99
《宁波商帮文化教程》全书共列九章,深入分析了宁波商帮崛起的历史文化背景,充分挖掘宁波商帮发展演变的艰辛历程,多角度展示了新旧商帮中涌现出来的典范人物及其主要人生经历和商帮知名家族演进的历程,精心提炼宁波商帮的经营谋略和人文精神,同时呈现宁波商帮的百年之和宁波的全国之最,以供学习者和研究者参考。
杨田生认亲
杨田生认亲
王兆武
¥6.00
这是一个真实的故事,说的是胡琉球历尽艰辛抚育弃婴,在生活极度困窘时无奈将其送人,而后弃婴(杨田生)长大,一一找寻抚养过他的亲人,痴心尽孝的故事。这个故事发生在鲁南、苏北一带,给我讲这个故事的知情者早已去世。那时,我只觉得故事讲得好,但也只当作故事听了,没有去深入了解故事主人公的事迹,更没有打听故事主人公所在的地址。
极璐考研日语核心3500词
极璐考研日语核心3500词
陈极璐
¥21.99
《极璐考研日语核心3500词》运用计算机程序对历年考研日语真题中的词汇进行了词频分析,精选出3500个高频词汇,并按照出现频率将其分为“高频词汇2000详解”和“重点词汇1500”两部分,均按50音顺序排序。其中“高频词汇2000详解”部分包括词汇释义、例句、真题例句以及近义词、反义词、惯用语等的拓展,“重点词汇1500”部分包括词汇释义和例句。
日语完全教程同步辅导:第四册
日语完全教程同步辅导:第四册
申田,刘倩,新东方日语教研组
¥19.99
《日语完全教程同步辅导:第四册》为新东方日语课堂用书。本书精心整理课堂知识点,将每课内容分为“新出单词、语法”及“单词、语法复习”两个部分。语法讲解细致、透彻,例句简洁、实用,可帮助学生更加透彻、深入地理解语法点。同时,本书还对单词进行了细致的讲解和说明,并结合学生的实际需求,给出了拓展内容和例句,帮助学生打好词汇基础。此外,每课还精心设置了本课知识应用练习,题型与J.TEST相同,每4课后还特别设置了单元练习,题型与JLPT一致,可切实提高学生的应试能力和语言应用能力。
Black Jade (The Ea Cycle, Book 3)
Black Jade (The Ea Cycle, Book 3)
David Zindell
¥63.26
The third book in the Ea Cycle, BLACK JADE is as rich as Tolkien and as magical as the Arthurian myths Valashu Elahad rescued the Lightstone from the dark hell of the enemy's own city, only to have his triumph overturned. Once more the Lord of Lies has the sacred gem in his possession and its power is invincible. Val burns with shame. Treachery surrounds him. His only hope is the Black Jade that lies buried in the heart of a cursed and blighted forest, forgotten since the War of the Stone. Through this, the greatest black gelstei ever created, Val will seek to understand the darkness inside himself so that he can use evil to fight evil. If he does not, the world will fall into final corruption as the Dark Universe of the Lord of Lies. In either case, evil prevails. But Val must risk everything, even his soul. The stakes are too high for anything less. Val is the Guardian of the Lightstone until a new master is made known, that person who will rightfully wield its power. Should Val find the sacred gem and take it for himself, he will become a new Red Dragon, only mightier and more terrible than the Lord of Lies.
The Fig Tree Murder (Mamur Zapt, Book 10)
The Fig Tree Murder (Mamur Zapt, Book 10)
Michael Pearce
¥57.52
From the award-winning Michael Pearce, comes a delightful murder mystery set in Egypt in 1908. A body is found on the tracks of a new electric railway and the Mamur Zapt is called in to investigate. Cairo, 1908. It’s called the Tree of the Virgin, a site of religious interest, perilously close to the construction site of the new electric railway. Sinister power groups are jostling for position, but who dumped the body of the humble villager on the track? When the Mamur Zapt begins to pick his way through the local and national power structures, he has to ask, what is the significance of the Fig Tree? Does it matter that the caravans for Mecca gather only a mile or so away? And what of the ostrich that passed in the night?
Two Cousins of Azov
Two Cousins of Azov
Andrea Bennett
¥57.52
A heartwarming novel about the surprise of second chances in the autumn of your life. Gor is keeping busy. He has a magic show to rehearse, his new assistant to get in line and a dacha in dire need of weeding. But he keeps being distracted by a tapping on his window – four floors up. Is old age finally catching up with him? Tolya has woken from a long illness to find his memory gone. Tidied away in a sanatorium, with only the view of a pine tree for entertainment, he is delighted when young doctor Vlad decides to make a project of him. With a keen listener by his side, and the aid of smuggled home-made sugary delights, Tolya’s boyhood memories return, revealing dark secrets… Two Cousins of Azov is a tender and wonderful story of two men who, in the autumn of their years, have the chance to learn that memories can heal, as well as haunt.
Little Grey Cells: The Quotable Poirot
Little Grey Cells: The Quotable Poirot
Agatha Christie
¥62.47
Discover the man behind the moustache in this book of one-liners by the world’s most famous Belgian detective, revealing the wit and wisdom of Hercule Poirot and his creator, Agatha Christie. A perfect stocking-filler for every Christie fan, to help celebrate her 125th birthday. ‘My name is Hercule Poirot and I am probably the greatest detective in the world.’ The dapper, moustache-twirling little Belgian with the egg-shaped head, curious mannerisms and inordinate respect for his own ‘little grey cells’ solved some of the twentieth century’s most puzzling crimes. But what do we really know about the eccentric genius underneath that fussy fa?ade? Sometimes funny, often profound, and always revealing, this book of quotes and comments, from more than 50 Poirot novels and short stories, gives an entertaining glimpse of the man behind the moustache, and the wit and wisdom of the Queen of Crime who created him. Includes an exclusive essay by Agatha Christie from the archives on her love/hate relationship with her most famous creation.
What Not to Do If You Turn Invisible
What Not to Do If You Turn Invisible
Ross Welford
¥42.57
From the author of the unforgettable bestseller TIME TRAVELLING WITH A HAMSTER comes another surprising, beautiful and funny novel about a child who, by disappearing, will write herself into your heart forever… Turning invisible at will: it’s one way of curing your acne. But far more drastic than 13 year-old Ethel Leatherhead intended when she tried a combination of untested medicines and a sunbed. It’s fun at first, being invisible. And aided by her friend Boydy, she manages to keep her extraordinary ability secret. Or does she…? When one day the invisibility fails to wear off, Ethel is thrown into a nightmare of lies and deception as she struggles to keep herself safe, to find the remedy that will make her seen again – and solve the mystery of her own birth…
Black Mad Wheel
Black Mad Wheel
Josh Malerman
¥57.52
Black Mad Wheel plunges us into the depths of psychological horror, where you can’t always believe everything you hear. THE DANES, the band once known as the ‘Darlings of Detroit’, are washed up and desperate to have another number one hit. When an agent from the US Army approaches them with an unusual offer, they believe it could be the answer to their inspiration drought. So, under the guidance of their front man, Philip Tonka, the Danes decide to embark on a harrowing journey through scorching African desert to track down the source of a strange and debilitating sound. In a Midwestern hospital, a nurse named Ellen tends to a patient recovering from a near-fatal accident. The circumstances that led to his injuries are mysterious, and his broken body heals at a remarkable rate. Ellen will do the impossible for this enigmatic patient as he reveals more about his accident with each passing day. BLACK MAD WHEEL plunges us into the depths of psychological horror, where you can’t always believe everything you hear.
The Mamur Zapt and the Night of the Dog (Mamur Zapt, Book 2)
The Mamur Zapt and the Night of the Dog (Mamur Zapt, Book 2)
Michael Pearce
¥57.52
A classic murder mystery from the award-winning Michael Pearce, in which The Mamur Zapt races to prevent an explosion of religious violence in the Cairo of the 1900s. Cairo in the 1900s. When the body of a dog is discovered in a Coptic tomb – a Muslim insult that could spark an explosion among the Christian community – the Mamur Zapt, British head of Cairo’s secret police, is called in to investigate. Equally volatile is a command from an English Member of Parliament that the Mamur Zapt, Gareth Owen, show the MP’s niece the sights of the city. When a dancing dervish is stabbed before the lady’s very eyes, Owen begins to uncover a plot to set Cairo’s ethnic communities at each other’s throats…
The King Is Always Above the People
The King Is Always Above the People
Daniel Alarcón
¥57.52
Longlisted for the National Book Award for Fiction An unforgettable collection of stories from Daniel Alarcón, one of the New Yorker’s 20 best writers under 40, and one of the best storytellers of our time. Migration. Betrayal. Family secrets. Doomed love. Uncertain futures. In Daniel Alarcón’s hands, these are transformed into deeply human stories with high stakes. In ‘The Thousands’, people are on the move and forging new paths; hope and heartbreak abound. A man deals with the fallout of his blind relatives' mysterious deaths and his father's mental breakdown and incarceration in ‘The Bridge’. A gang member discovers a way to forgiveness and redemption through the haze of violence and trauma in ‘The Ballad of Rocky Rontal’. And in the tour de force novella, ‘The Auroras’, a man severs himself from his old life and seeks to make a new one in a new city, only to find himself seduced and controlled by a powerful woman. Richly drawn, full of unforgettable characters, The King is Always Above the People reveals experiences both unsettling and unknown, and yet eerily familiar in this new world.
A Cold Touch of Ice (Mamur Zapt, Book 13)
A Cold Touch of Ice (Mamur Zapt, Book 13)
Michael Pearce
¥57.52
In this classic murder mystery from Michael Pearce’s award-winning series, set in the Egypt of the 1900s, the Mamur Zapt investigates the murder of an Italian man in the backstreets of Cairo. Cairo, 1908. When an Italian man is murdered in the city’s back streets, there is concern that this could be some kind of ethnic cleansing. Were the guns in his warehouse anything to do with it? Gareth Owen – the Mamur Zapt – has to find out fast. And then there are other difficult questions. What are Trudi von Ramsberg and Gertrude Bell really doing in Cairo? As the Mamur Zapt is drawn deeper into the investigation, he’s not the only one who has problems over where his allegiance lies…
Goodly and Grave in a Deadly Case of Murder (Goodly and Grave, Book 2)
Goodly and Grave in a Deadly Case of Murder (Goodly and Grave, Book 2)
Justine Windsor
¥44.65
The second page-turning adventure in this sharp-witted, magical mystery series. When reports come in that valuable magical objects are being stolen, Goodly and Grave are on the case, but just when they think they know whodunit their prime suspect turns up – murdered! Will Lucy be able to track the real villain without putting herself in deadly danger…? A page-turning mystery with a magical twist.
Death of an Effendi (Mamur Zapt, Book 12)
Death of an Effendi (Mamur Zapt, Book 12)
Michael Pearce
¥57.52
Shortlisted for the Ellis Peters Award for best historical crime novel, this is an engrossing murder mystery set in the Egypt of the 1900s, featuring the inimitable Mamur Zapt. It’s 1909, and Cairo is the murder capital of the world. But the death of an effendi is something different. Effendis – the Egyptian elite – are important. Especially if they happen to be foreign. When effendi Tvardovsky is shot in Crocodilopolis, the ancient City of the Crocodiles, Mamur Zapt – Chief of Cairo’s Secret Police – is called in to investigate. But sometimes it’s best not to ask any questions. And there are powerful people who might prefer Tvardovsky dead…
Born to Dance (Dance Trilogy, Book 1)
Born to Dance (Dance Trilogy, Book 1)
Jean Ure
¥42.57
The first in a brand-new series about dancing, friendship and following your dreams from best-loved author Jean Ure, whose books are described by Jacqueline Wilson as “funny, funky, feisty - and fantastic reads!” When new girl Caitlyn arrives at Coombe House School Maddy is sure she must be a fellow ballet dancer; she certainly has all the grace and poise of a ballerina. So when Caitlyn denies it, Maddy isn’t convinced. But it isn’t until she comes across Caitlyn practising ballet in the gym that she realises there must be more to her story… Just what can it be? Maddy is determined to find out!
The Last Cut (Mamur Zapt, Book 11)
The Last Cut (Mamur Zapt, Book 11)
Michael Pearce
¥57.52
In this classic mystery from Michael Pearce’s award-winning series, set in the Egypt of the 1900s, the Mamur Zapt investigates the discovery of a young woman’s body at the site of a dam. Cairo, 1908. When an attempt is made to blow up a key regulator in the Cairo Barrage, the Mamur Zapt, British head of Cairo’s secret police, is called in to investigate. To make matters worse, the ceremonial cutting of a dam always requires careful policing, especially on this occasion as it is going to be the Last Cut. Which means the discovery of a young woman’s body at the site of the dam is extremely embarrassing. Is this the traditional ritual sacrifice? Or something more sinister?
How to Fall in Love with a Man Who Lives in a Bush
How to Fall in Love with a Man Who Lives in a Bush
Emmy Abrahamson,Nichola Smalley
¥57.52
A fresh, hilarious and compulsively readable love story with the most wonderful kernel of truth to it. An uplifting and clever read for fans of Graeme Simsion and Marian Keyes. Julia is looking for Mr Right, but Ben is more Mr Right-Now-He-Could-Do-With-a-Bath.. You may think you know what kind of novel this is, but you’d be wrong. Yes, Julia is a single-girl cliché, living alone with her cat in Vienna and working in a language school. And yes, a series of disastrous dates has left her despairing of ever finding The One – until Ben sits next to her on a bench. He’s tall, dark, handsome… …and also incredibly hairy, barefoot, a bit ripe-smelling and of no fixed abode. You guessed it – they fall in love, as couples in novels do. But can Julia overlook the differences between them, abandon logic and choose with her heart? Funny, filthy (literally) and fizzing with life – and based on a true story! – this is the perfect antidote to all those books promising you that Prince Charming lives in a castle.
The Wilful Princess and the Piebald Prince
The Wilful Princess and the Piebald Prince
Robin Hobb
¥57.52
Internationally-bestselling, critically-acclaimed author Robin Hobb takes readers deep into the history behind the Farseer series in this exclusive, new novella. Long before the time of Chivalry Farseer, there was another indiscreet member of the royal line. Princess Caution Farseer, in defiance of her name, was headstrong and willful, destined to fall dangerously in love where she ought not. The child she bore, a Witted boy known as the Piebald Prince, rose to favour despite his questionable bloodlines. But the dukes of the Six Duchies backed Canny Farseer for the throne. And so both young men competed for power… But this was not their only struggle: for they both fell in love with the same lady. Such rivalry could end only in bloodshed… A tale of love and secrets, magic and manipulation, heartbreak and murder most foul: only a true-tongued minstrel can reveal the real story of the Wilful Princess and the Piebald Prince.
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