Description : Does what's in your bathroom or on your desk reveal what's on your mind? What's the best way to find out what your partner is really like? For ten years, ingenious academic Sam Gosling has been studying how people project (and protect) their inner selves. Full of cutting-edge research, Snoop will sharpen your perception of others, as well as of yourself. Amazingly, and perhaps alarmingly, Gosling proves that what we own and how we act can inadvertently reveal more about our personalities than even our most intimate conversations.
Description : After finding her piggy bank when it went missing, Sophie decides to change her name to Sophie the Snoop, but she discovers being a successful snoop is harder than it looks.
Description : Ever wondered how Snoop Dogg rose to stardom? With one of the most distinct voices in rap music, the man known as Snoop Dogg has become recognized as one of the living legends of the genre. Boasting a sly sense of humor and a laid-back and accessible personality, Snoop Dogg first rose to fame as one of the young talents in West Coast rap. Although his sleepy demeanor and constant smile allowed him to crossover to mainstream success as one of the most accessible stars in gangsta rap, Snoop Dogg continued to flirt with criminal activity and frequent run-ins with the law throughout his influential career. For more interesting facts you must read the biography. Grab your biography book now!
Description : Although her grandmother admonishes her not to snoop while they visit friends on a farm, Ellen cannot control her curiosity which often gets her into trouble.
Description : It's a bird! It's a plane! No, it's a flying saucer full of trouble causing pie-men from outer space! Unfortunately, for the people of Sparklesville, West Virginia, they also like to steal things. On the way home with medicine for his brother Hedgie Hog, Snoop Doop Hog has his own encounter with the pie-men. After stealing his brother's medicine, the pie-men make a run for it, and only with the help of Pokey the dog, and a trio of troublesome bunnies called the Fluffy Bunny Gang can they stand a chance of getting it back. Join the adventures of those loveable hedgehogs, Hedgie and Snoop!
Description : Mallory is on a mission. Max, her brother, is spending all his time with his girlfriend and won't allow Mallory around for ANY of it. Mallory wants to know what's going on when they're together. Are Max and Winnie hatching secret plans? Are they causing danger? And as Max's sister, doesn't she have the right to know? Mallory McDonald, Super Snoop, is determined to spy on them. But when she digs up the dirt she's looking for, she'll find that snooping is messy business!
Description : Sixteen-year-old Cybersnoop, Littanie Webster, color coordinated down to her underwear in denim and a Greek fisherman's cap, sat with her legs folded under her in 'the cage.' "Welcome to Cyber Snoop Nation," she specified. It was eighty degrees inside the recording booth and humid. On the advice of her lawyer, she decided on a guest for the evening at the last possible minute-Gene Wright. He wheeled his desk chair in a semi-circle and clicked a ball point pen nervously until she extended her hand and steadied him. Her voice was courteous, but patronizing. "We're on the air in five seconds-no background noise, please!" He braced his chair against her desk. She pinched the pen out of his fingers and tossed it into a cup filled with pencils. He grabbed it from the cup, spilling the contents over with a crashing sound. "Klutz!" She screamed in a whisper. "You'd make a fortune in comedy reviving the Three Stooges." "Sorry, it's my gold award pen." Gene looked up at her with the child in himself giving her the pout of a newborn lamb. The red lights blinked "On Air," and her silver gaze of false innocence imploded into a critical squint. "We have a surprise guest tonight, folks," she murmured mysteriously. The words tingled strangely on her tongue. A caller, Gene Wright, nursed the microphone as if it were too precious to defile. "Why would someone offer a foreign guy two million to murder you?"
Description : When Odelia attempts to confront her new boss, Erica Mayfield, after she leaves her three-year-old niece with her for the weekend, she finds Erica's sister murdered and must prove her innocence.
Description : When Edward Snowden hit the send button on a laptop in Hong Kong in June 2013, just shy of his 30th birthday, he became the poster boy for an acutely American conundrum: the tension between the government’s constitutional commitment to the privacy of individuals and its responsibility for the safety of the nation. Stuart Taylor, Jr. reviews 200 years of surveillance in the U.S., the leading actors in the NSA debate since Snowden’s leaks, and the challenges that lie ahead—namely, finding the right balance between national security and individual privacy. Taylor also enlists four experts representing four distinct perspectives on the issue: U.S. senator Dianne Feinstein, U.S senator John Wyden, former NSA inspector general Joel Brenner, and deputy legal director of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) Jameel Jafer. THE BROOKINGS ESSAY: In the spirit of its commitment to high-quality, independent research, the Brookings Institution has commissioned works on major topics of public policy by distinguished authors, including Brookings scholars. The Brookings Essay is a multi-platform product aimed to engage readers in open dialogue and debate. The views expressed, however, are solely those of the author. Available in ebook only.
Description : Murder gets nutty in the latest in Elizabeth Lee's delectable Nut House series Lindy Blanchard’s family pecan farm is known county-wide, but it’s the goodies her grandmother sells at their store, the Nut House, that really bring in the crowds—until someone turns one of her tasty treats deadly… The “Most Original Pecan Treat” contest at the Ag Fair is the talk of Riverville, Texas, especially when it’s clear that Miss Amelia Blanchard’s Heavenly Texas Pecan Caviar will take home a blue ribbon. Which is why everyone is amazed when her dish doesn’t even place—and even more shocked when one of the judges, Pastor Jenkins, keels over dead, right after taking a second taste of Miss Amelia’s food. No one in town truly believes that Amelia would even hurt a fly, but all the evidence points to poor Pastor Jenkins’ death being caused by poison in the caviar. Now, unless Lindy figures out who wanted to frame Amelia for murder, her meemaw may have baked her last famous pecan pie…