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Before there was Batman, there was Gotham.
Everyone knows the name of Commissioner Gordon. But what of his rise from rookie detective to Police Commissioner? What did it take to navigate the layers of corruption in Gotham City, the spawning ground of the world's most iconic villains? Gotham is the origin story of the great DC Comics Super-Villains and vigilantes, revealing an entirely new chapter that has never been told.
From executive producer Bruno Heller, this crime drama follows one cop's rise through a dangerously corrupt city and chronicles the genesis of one of the most popular super heroes of our time. Although the crime drama follows Gordon's turbulent and singular career, it also focuses on his unlikely friendship with the young heir to the Wayne fortune – a friendship that will play a crucial role in helping the young boy eventually become the crusader he's destined to be.
Drama starring Bryan Cranston as a desperate criminal who takes a mother and daughter hostage in a bid to recover money he believes belongs to him. Motel owner and single mother Chloe (Alice Eve) believes she has her hands full trying to balance care of her daughter Sophia (Ursula Parker) with making ends meet when the perils of owning a motel are brought home to her. Having stumbled across a bag of money in one of the rooms, she is accosted by Topo (Cranston), a nearly blind career criminal, who claims the money is rightfully his and demands to know where it is. When it becomes clear that crooked cop Billy (Logan Marshall-Green) has absconded with the loot, the merciless Topo takes Chloe and Sophia hostage to help him reclaim it. Though Topo's sight is failing him, he remains a canny operator, and Chloe, Sophia and, indeed, Billy, will do well to survive their encounter with him.
Indie comedy drama starring DJ Qualls and Nikki Reed. Joe (Qualls) works in a fast food restaurant, where he is subjected to continual harassment and humiliation by his boss Mr Crolick (William Sadler). Finally reaching breaking point, Joe decides to take revenge on his boss - but his plans are complicated when he finds himself entangled with beautiful customer Stefanie (Reed).
Shy Jenny, gets New Glasses is a story about how a child adapts to wearing them, and her friends and her sock doll, Ms. Navy.
Shy Jenny and Her Special Ears will help anyone who is self-conscious of their looks. You can learn through friends, family support, and just growing up that everyone has something to be embarrassed about.
This book will help children who are shy. Jenny begins to believe in herself through the encouragement of a small doll, prayers, and make-believe.
Sandytown is a great place to be, a community of love and diversity. Blue Lobster has returned to his beloved sea colony in time for the winter holidays and he wants to celebrate them all. Enjoy this wining tale of friendship and respect. For more books by Robin please go to her website: www.robintaylor-chiarello.com
Secrets Hidden tells the true story of a woman rising from the ashes of her harrowing childhood. Living with her family in an old, dusty Mercury, author Robin Rae Schillereff traveled from state to state with her alcoholic parents and her older brother, Johnny. In this memoir, as she recounts the ups and downs of her journey as the daughter of a traveling salesman, long-forgotten memories emerge. Episodes unfurl with humor and pathos, guided by parents who were oft en too self-absorbed to understand how their frivolous actions affected their daughter. As she recalls her childhood in the 1950s, the dramatic response that she had to these life changes as an adult becomes clear. Robin also writes about her substance abuse and the very close calls she has with an overdose and her subsequent hospitalization. She opens up about all of the secrets she has held inside since her childhood- the feelings of abandonment by her father and her confusion about her early years. Moved by her will to survive, she was a girl who lived by the side of the road for much of her early childhood. Uplifting, funny, and heartbreaking, Secrets Hidden makes clear the resilience of one woman in the face of such an unusual childhood.
Children's author and designer, Robin Taylor-Chiarello writes a colorful, upbeat story of a clam colony celebrating that their lives have been spared. The Clam Digger's Ball is coastal Maines underwater fun. To view other books written and published by Robin please go to her website: www.RobinTaylor-Chiarello.com
While at her home in Center Lovell, Maine, author Robin Taylor-Chiarello listened to a radio announcement that a blue lobster had been caught off the coast. Robin has used the blue lobster as a vehicle to talk about differences and the desire for everyone seeking acceptance. www.robintaylor-chiarello.com
Excavations at two sites in the southern suburbs of the modern industrial town of Scunthorpe, originally a rural landscape with a scatter of villages overlooking the River Trent and its tributary, Bottesford Beck. Finds of flint tools show that humans had been around throughout prehistory; by the late Iron Age the Burringham Road site probably lay at the southern limit of a settlement, and for much of the Roman period there is evidence of various activities, mostly agriculture-related, and including several corn-driers; perhaps there was a villa nearby. The Baldwin Avenue site shows evidence of a Middle Saxon settlement with notable artefacts being three large lead vessels of a type that seems peculiar to the region. The title of the report reflects the fact that these two sites are peripheral to larger complexes, but nevertheless provide good information about them.~
Within the Greater Melbourne region there are a remarkable number of places where you can lose yourself in a forest, walk on a deserted beach or watch wildlife in their native environment.This 224-page full color guide introduces 30 of Melbourne's magnificent 'wild places' selected from national parks, state forests and conservation reserves, all within an hour-and-a-half drive of the centre of Melbourne. Co-produced by CSIRO PUBLISHING and Museum Victoria, "Wild Places of Greater Melbourne" provides authoritative information on natural habitats and the animals and plants that live there. The book is written at a level that everyone can understand and is stunningly illustrated with more than 200 colour photos, many specially commissioned by some of our leading photographers."Wild Places of Greater Melbourne" is designed both for people who live in Melbourne, as well as those who are just visiting for a short while. Every reader will find a wealth of useful information that will help them enjoy greater Melbourne's wonderful natural heritage.
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