Various is the correct author for any book with multiple unknown authors, and is acceptable for books with multiple known authors, especially if not all are known or the list is very long (over 50).If an editor is known, however, Various is not necessary. List the name of the editor as the primary author (with role editor). Contributing authors names follow it.Note: WorldCat is an excellent resource for finding author information and contents of anthologies..
The Thomas & Friends Its Great to Be an Engine Song Book has an attached six-button audio module that enables children to add sound to a story about Thomas and his friends on the Island of Sodor. Lyrics for the six songs are printed on the book s pages, enabling kids can sing along. The book is recommended for children ages 18 months and older.The six buttons on the sound module match illustrated icons on the book s pages. When children press the buttons, they hear these songs: Engine Roll Call, which introduces Thomas and friends in their sheds. Down by the Docks, where we see Colin the crane hard at work. He s a Really Useful Engine, featuring Thomas himself, chugging up a hill. James the Splendid Engine, featuring Thomas special friend. There s a World Around You, encouraging kids to be alert to their worlds. It s Great To Be an Engine, which finishes the book with a flourish.The Thomas & Friends Its Great to Be an Engine Song Book is powered by three replaceable long-life AG-13 button cell batteries, which are included.
Marcelo Sandoval hears music no one else can hear--part of the autism-like impairment no doctor has been able to identify--and hes always attended a special school where his differences have been protected. But the summer after his junior year, his father demands that Marcelo work in his law firms mailroom in order to experience the real world. There Marcelo meets Jasmine, his beautiful and surprising coworker, and Wendell, the son of another partner in the firm.He learns about competition and jealousy, anger and desire. But its a picture he finds in a file -- a picture of a girl with half a face -- that truly connects him with the real world: its suffering, its injustice, and what he can do to fight.Reminiscent of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time in the intensity and purity of its voice, this extraordinary novel is a love story, a legal drama, and a celebration of the music each of us hears inside..
My nephew and I liked Spider-Man Versus Electro, but I think he was more enthralled with Spider-Man Versus Venom.The bad guy in this one meets expectations as far as bad guys go, but I guess he really wasnt that exciting to my nephew. My nephew is four, so he doesnt have any idea what electricity is. Not knowing what electricity is is kind of a problem when the bad guy in your story harnesses it to do his evil deeds.
The screenplay of the brilliant new film about rock n roll journalism, from the writer/director of Jerry Maguire.Inspired by his own start in journalism as a teenage reporter for Rolling Stone, Cameron Crowe has created a coming-of-age story that is both funny and moving—and laced with sex, drugs, and rock n roll. Set in 1973 and starring Frances McDormand, Billy Crudup, and Noah Taylor, Crowes new film tells the story of a fifteen-year-old boy whose dream of becoming a rock journalist comes true when Rolling Stone sends him on tour with the up-and-coming rock band Stillwater—loosely based on Led Zeppelin—over the objections of his protective mother. Crowe brings the same wry humor he brought to Jerry Maguire as well as the brilliant evocations of teen life that animated his earlier cult film Fast Times at Ridgemont High to chronicle and celebrate a pivotal moment in rock history—and one teenage boys place in it..
In a dark and dangerous post-apocalyptic future, the mutant-hunting killing machines known as the Sentinels rule America with an iron fist. Almost all mutants, super heroes and villains have been exterminated. Only a handful remain to fight against their oppressive robotic overseers -and most of those are powerless, locked in mutant concentration camps.
Charlie Spedding describes himself as ‘not particularly talented’ – at least, compared to the group of people he had chosen to find himself among. These were the athletes in the Olympic marathon. So how did he end up with a bronze medal.
In May 1967, Procol Harum smashed into the charts all over the world, and into chart history, with a song called A Whiter Shade of Pale. Combining Gary Brookers soulful voice, Keith Reids enigmatic lyrics and Matthew Fishers sweeping organ, it became one of the enduring anthems of the 1960s. Before they split in 1977 Procol Harum went on to make some of the best albums of the era, including classics such as Shine on Brightly and A Salty Dog.