LIBBA

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LIBBALong Island Beach Buggy Association (Patchogue, NY)
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Libba Bray is known as the queen of historical fiction and rightly so.
BRAY, Libba Beauty Queens Allen & Unwin, 2011 396pp $22.99 pbk ISBN 9781742377070 SCIS 1509700
Details: Liz.Burkhart@ wholefoods.com, 1-512542-0682, or Libba.Letton@ wholefoods.com, 1512-542-3031.
Currently, Whole Foods sources less than 20 of its store label products from China, according to Libba Letton, a media relations spokesperson for the company.
Libba Bray's GOING BOVINE (9780385733977, $17.99) tells of a teen looking to get through high school and life with a minim of effort - until he finds out he's sick and going to due.
I don't see slashing but what you may see of the portfolio around the world is those sponsorships that are less effective will be reduced." LPGA deputy commissioner Libba Galloway is keen for HSBC to remain in the sport.
Libba Moore, associate dean for business, was "fascinated with artifacts from three incredibly different political regimes: emperors and dynasties, Mao's Communist China, and the contemporary transition to a leading capitalist power today."
Random House Group's initial offering is more modest in number--about 600 titles--but they will be featuring such authors as Mitch Albom, Maya Angelou, Jane Austen, Ann Brashares, Libba Bray, Meg Cabot, Kate DiCamillo, Charles Dickens, William Faulkner, Sue Grafton, Carl Hiaasen, John Irving, Jonathan Kellerman, Dean Koontz, Lois Lowry, Mary Pope Osborne, Phillip Pullman, Anna Quindlen, Anne Rice, Louis Sachar, Jerry Spinelli, Danielle Steel, Jules Verne, and many more.
Though they did not meet and marry until they arrived in New York City after 1900, my parents--Nathan Liff (originally, Lifshitz), the son of a candlestick maker, and Libba "Fanny" Levine, the daughter of a Hebrew teacher and carpenter--were born before the turn of the last century in Belarussia, in small communities in the vicinity, respectively, of Minsk and Bialystok.
Libba Bray's REBEL ANGELS (0385730292, $16.95) continues the story begun in A GREAT AND TERRIBLE BEAUTY and is recommended for advanced young adult fans of the prior story.
The organization, which brings adult volunteers into elementary schools to read to students one-on-one, recommends the following books, all of which have received rave reviews from students, for summer reading: "Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day," by Judith Viorst; "Giraffes Can't Dance," by Giles Andreae; "Imogene's Antlers," by David Snell; "Lilly's Purple Plastic Purse," by Kevin Henkes; "My Mama Had a Dancing Heart," by Libba Moore Gray; "No Jumping on the Bed!," by Tedd Arnold; "Sam Gets Lost," by Mary Labatt; "Snowmen at Night," by Carolyn Buehner; and "Stellaluna," by Janell Cannon.
NORWICH (4-5-1): Green; Drury, Fleming, Mackay, Hedergaard; Rivers (Notman, 45), Mulryne, Holt, Russel (Kenton, 75), McVeigh; Roberts (Libba, 34).