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Gender: For Boys; Type: Pants; Brand: Amy Coe; Size: NB; Colors: Black; Condition: New With Tags; Season: Spring - Summer, Fall - Winter; UPC: 413611010809; Age Group: 0 - 1 yr.
Gender: For Boys; Type: Hoodie; Brand: Amy Coe; Size: 4/4T; Colors: Brown; Condition: New With Tags; Season: Spring - Summer, Fall - Winter; Age Group: 2 - 4 yrs.
Gender: For Girls; Type: Tank Top; Brand: Amy Coe; Size: 6 mo; Colors: Black; Condition: New With Tags; Season: Spring - Summer; Material: Cotton; Age Group: 0 - 1 yr.
Dragon Sphere Shoulder/crossbody bagNew with tagsPerfect for a pop of Coe this Spring and summer. Has gold feet on the bottom. Lined inside with multiple pockets
This lamp will fit the following Dental Equipment models:Coe LightIvoclar/Vivadent Heliomat H10Healthco VLC High IntensityHeraeus Kulzer Translux IIBosworth SuperlightLitema Pluraflex HL 150Solid State Systems InitiatorModel # EFRVolts: 15VWatts: 150WFilament Type: CC-6MOL in/mm: 1.75/44.5MOD in/mm: 2.00/50.8Avg Life: 300hoursBulb: MR16Base: GZ6.35Special Future: Dichroic ReflectorColor Temperature Deg: 3350K
Use this installation kit from Steering Creations Inc. to install your custom steering wheel to your rig. It provides all the necessary hardware and wiring to complete the job. Color Chrome, Make Kenworth, Peterbilt, Western Star, Product Type...
Gender: For Girls; Type: Bodysuit; Brand: Amy Coe; Size: 6 mo; Colors: Blue, Pink; Condition: New With Tags; Season: Spring - Summer, Fall - Winter; Material: Cotton, Spandex; Age Group: 0 - 1 yr.
Gender: For Girls; Type: Bodysuit, Pants; Brand: Baby Connection, Amy Coe; Size: 6 mo, 3 mo; Colors: White, Pink, Blue; Condition: New With Tags; Season: Spring - Summer, Fall - Winter; Material: Cotton; Age Group: 0 - 1 yr.
David B. Coe enthralled readers and critics with his Winds of the Forelands, an epic fantasy full of political intrigue, complex characters, and magical conspiracy. Now he takes the hero of that series to new adventures across the sea on a journey to the Southlands. Grinsa, who nearly single-handedly won the war of the Forelands, has been banished because he is a Weaver, a Qirsi who can wield many magics. He and his family seek only peace and a place to settle down. But even on the distant southern continent, they can¿t escape the tension between his magical folk and the non-magical Eandi. Instead of peace, they find a war-ravaged land awash in racial tension and clan conflicts. Worse yet, his own people try to harness his great power and destroy his family. Amid the high tension of clan rivalry comes a plague that preys on Qirsi power across the Southlands with deadly results. When the disease is linked to an itinerant woman peddling baskets, one old man takes it upon himself to find answers in the secrets of her veiled past. With wonderfully creative magic, dark secrets, and engaging characters faced with a world of trouble, Coe deftly weaves an epic tapestry that launches a richly-entertaining new saga in an unknown land.
David B. Coe created a richly textured, unique world in his Winds of the Forelands, and topped himself with The Sorcerer's Plague, his first novel set in the Southlands of the same world. Divided by clan rivalries and ancient feuds, suspicious of magics wielded by longtime enemies, the folk of the South have lived in a state of truce for generations. But peace is shattered when a woman looses a deadly plague on the magical Qirsi people. While some people seek to prevent the spread of the plague, others see in this disaster a unique opportunity. With the magical folk weakened by the decimation of the plague, their unmagical enemies might be able to defeat them and take back lands lost in an ancient war. Haunted by the specter of what would be a tragic and devastating new war, the Southlands are aflame with rumors of violence, pestilence, and treachery. Coe weaves together engagingly complex characters, unique, unusual magic, political intrigue and a compelling, unpredictable story into a captivating epic that will enthrall fantasy readers. A potent brew conjured by a masterful storyteller.
JAMIE THINKS HER FATHER CAN DO ANYTHING.... UNTIL THE ONE TIME HE CAN DO NOTHING. When twelve-year-old Jamie Dexter's brother joins the Army and is sent to Vietnam, Jamie is plum thrilled. She can't wait to get letters from the front lines describing the excitement of real-life combat: the sound of helicopters, the smell of gunpowder, the exhilaration of being right in the thick of it. After all, they've both dreamed of following in the footsteps of their father, the Colonel. But TJ's first letter isn't a letter at all. It's a roll of undeveloped film, the first of many. What Jamie sees when she develops TJ's photographs reveals a whole new side of the war. Slowly the shine begins to fade off of Army life - and the Colonel. How can someone she's worshipped her entire life be just as helpless to save her brother as she is? From the author of the Edgar Award-winning Dovey Coe comes a novel, both timely and timeless, about the sacrifices we make for what we believe and the people we love.
Dear Reader,Here are the postcards and snapshots that Stringbean Coe and his brother Fred sent home from the long trip they made one summer in Fred's truck. Their grandfather made this album for the family--and for you. Enjoy yourselves!Love,Vera and JenniferStringbean Coe, his big brother, Fred, and their dog, Potato, are driving from Kansas to California in a pickup truck with a little house built on the back. Reading the postcards they send home every day is the next best thing to having a cross-country adventure all your own. "A good-hearted celebration of life and experience, and a gift to the public."--School Library Journal