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Fri Mar 21 17:02:48 2014 UTClccn-n500189890.01My first English-Spanish picture dictionary /0.150.47Efficiency audit the Jobs, Education and Training Program : Departments of Social Security ; Employment, Education and Training ; Health, Housing, Local Government and Community Services /107308753Ted_Williamsn 50018989171009754424Eternal KidEternal Kid, 1918-2002Eternal Kid (Baseball player), 1918-2002KidKid, 1918-2002Kid (Baseball player), 1918-2002Splendid SplinterSplendid Splinter, 1918-2002Splendid Splinter (Baseball player), 1918-2002SplinterSplinter, 1918-2002Splinter (Baseball player), 1918-2002Teddy BallgameTeddy Ballgame, 1918-2002Teddy Ballgame (Baseball player), 1918-2002Williams, TedWilliams, Teddy SamuelWilliams, Teddy Samuel, 1918-2002Williams, Theodore SamuelWilliams, Theodore Samuel, 1918-2002ウィリアムズ, テッドlccn-n79066160Boston Red Sox (Baseball team)lccn-n79088999Underwood, John1934-lccn-n79021654Halberstam, Davidlccn-n90701098DiMaggio, Domlccn-n2003093639Pesky, Johnny1919-2012lccn-n2003093638Doerr, Bobby1918-lccn-n2004042084Pyle, Chuck1954-illlccn-n95099443Bowen, Fredlccn-n92100537Montville, Leighlccn-n79109795DiMaggio, Joe1914-1999spkWilliams, Ted1918-2002Juvenile worksFictionPersonal narratives‡vAmericanPictorial worksBiographyDictionariesHistoryDocumentary television programsInterviewsWilliams, Ted,United StatesBaseball playersBoston Red Sox (Baseball team)Pesky, Johnny,DiMaggio, DomMale friendshipDoerr, Bobby,Batting (Baseball)Baseball storiesBaseballTractorsPearl Harbor, Attack on (Hawaii : 1941)World War (1939-1945)Time travelConduct of lifeHawaiiDiMaggio, Joe,Korean War (1950-1953)HalloweenHaunted placesHaying equipmentLost articlesSeedsConstruction equipmentUpdike, JohnSportsHigh interest-low vocabulary booksReaders (Adult)Board booksEnglish languageBaseball players--Rating ofAtlantic salmon fishingTarpon fishingBonefishingToy and movable booksFighter planesLift-the-flap booksPicture dictionaries, EnglishPicture dictionaries, SpanishSpanish languageBaseball fieldsTiger Stadium (Detroit, Mich.)Fenway Park (Boston, Mass.)Wrigley Field (Chicago, Ill.)StadiumsComiskey Park (Chicago, Ill.)Farm lifeJohn Deere tractorsAnimals1918200219301934194619501951195419551956196019611962196319641966196719681969197019711972197319741975197719781982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201323788212321796.35726GV869ocn071780597ocn068192753ocn049305691ocn244246031ocn055220561ocn213865211ocn060521700ocn603714974ocn778860364ocn658161444ocn780820058ocn044265216ocn039076070ocn276310639ocn841312776ocn796754793ocn038885588ocn081237051ocn123797229Baseball players121915ocn013008349book19680.19Williams, TedThe science of hittingTed Williams is our greatest living expert on how to hit a baseball -- the last baseball player to hit .400 in the major leagues. Williams's career hitting statistics will stand forever as a monument to his complete mastery of the single most difficult thing to do in sport: .344 lifetime batting average, 521 home runs, 1839 RBI and 2654 hits. The Science of Hitting has reigned as the classic handbook on hitting since being published in 1971, and now it's even better! Ted's hitting advice has been updated, and exciting new color graphics and photos have been added to enhance your reading pleasure. The Gallery of Great Hitters has been expanded to include Ted's choices for the best hitters of the 70s and 80s. Look inside to see who made the cut! You'll still find all of Ted's great advice on how to improve your turn at bat and become the best hitter possible. Learn: how to think like a pitcher and guess the pitch; three cardinal rules for developing a smooth line-drive swing; the secrets of hip and wrist action; pitch selection; bunting; hitting the opposite way; and much more! - Back cover+-+88567162155949ocn057767724visu20000.24Uth, RobertKorean War storiesHistoryInterviewsPersonal narratives AmericanDocumentary television programsVeterans share their stories of the "Forgotten War", reminding the viewer of the human and social costs the Korean war had on America. Interviewees include Senators John Glenn and John S. Warner, baseball player Ted Williams, musician Willie Nelson, former Secretary of State James Baker, Rep. Charles Rangel, Lt. Col. Charles B. "Brad" Smith, Gen. Raymond Davis, and others3901ocn071780597book20060.06Alexander, HeatherAllie Gator's Halloween hayrideJuvenile worksFictionIt's Halloween and Allie Gator can't wait to pull her first hayride wagon to bring the children to the pumpkin patch. Along the way, Allie hears spooky noises in the corn maze and sees a ghost in the cornstalks, plus a black cat keeps crossing her path (and that worries Allie). Is Merriweather Farm haunted?+-+13017971253391ocn068192753book20060.06Katschke, JudyJohnny Tractor and the big surpriseJuvenile worksFictionIt's spring on the farm and it's time to plant the sunflowers, but the seeds are missing. Johnny Tractor and Allie Gator look in the filed, the meadow, and the barn. The seeds are nowhere to be found. But they do find a big, big surprise!+-+93717971252403ocn034029898book19950.17Williams, TedTed Williams' hit listBiography+-+43253752062183ocn049305691book20020.14Williams, Amy EThe American fighter planePictorial works+-+10268113061881ocn008132963book19820.17Underwood, JohnTed Williams fishing "the big three" : tarpon, bonefish, and Atlantic salmon1264ocn055220561book20030.01Miller, Susan AMy first English-Spanish picture dictionaryJuvenile worksDictionariesIncludes definitions and illustrations for words often used by children+-+24183803253241261ocn004194900book19780.06Shea, GeorgeBig bad ErnieNo one denies that Ernie is a skilled athlete but can he withstand the pressure when his baseball team reaches the playoffs?1192ocn244246031book20080.06Neusner, DenaGoodnight, Johnny TractorJuvenile worksFictionPictorial worksSay goodnight to the animals on Merriweather Farm with Johnny Tractor and Allie Gator as the two friends get ready for bedtime. Who is still awake? Turn off the light and see what glows on the farm at night+-+13588971251131ocn459778104visu20100.10America's classic ballparksHistoryThis homerun hit recalls an earlier America that fell in love with baseball and an era when owners built bigger arenas to house our fast-growing national pastime. By 1923, 15 iconic steel and concrete parks had been built, yet no two were alike: Each had its own unique character, and fans were close to the action. Narrated by Golden Globe-nominated actor Jeff Daniels, this documentary traces the history of four classic American ballparks using both archival footage and modern film: Wrigley Field (1914), Comiskey Park (1910), Tiger Stadium (1912), and Fenway Park (1912)1011ocn182555630book20070.06Knopf, SusanJohnny Tractor's new friendJuvenile worksFiction"It's time for the big Apple Festival on Merriweather Farm. Johnny Tractor and his friends Allie Gator and Corey Combine make a fun hay maze and bring yummy apple treats for the festival."--cover, p.4+-+2596897125821ocn172980549book20080.06Roth, ElanaAllie Gator and the Easter egg huntAllie's cousin Callie pays a visit to the Merriweather Farm--just in time for the Easter egg hunt. As they search for eggs, Callie and Allie discover all the new things that happen on the farm in the spring+-+6176897125581ocn232128293book20090.06West, CathyJohnny Tractor and the hide-and-seek cat"It's time to feed the animals, but where is Midnight the cat? Johnny Tractor and Allie Gator search all over Merriweather Farm, from the barnyard and orchard to the cornfield and meadow. There are plenty of things to discover--but will they ever find Midnight?"--p.[4] of cover+-+5560897125461ocn016649372book19880.16Williams, TedTed Williams' fishing "the big three" : tarpon, bonefish, Atlantic salmon451ocn013803150visu19860.06HittingJoining Johnny Bench are Lou Piniella to demonstrate the proper batting stance and swing; Jim Rice to show the importance of bat selection and how to overcome your fear of the ball; and Ted Williams to teach the science of hitting. They are joined by the Famous Chicken and Kool-Aid Man191ocn603714974book20090.08Williams, Amy EThe American bomber plane171ocn054984972visu20040.23Yogi Berra déjà vu all over againHistoryBiographyA program chronicling the personal journey of one of the greatest baseball players of all time. It's Yogi's life story, from growing up in a tough working class neighborhood to his emotional return to Yankee Stadium151ocn038319253book19930.47Australian National Audit OfficeEfficiency audit the Jobs, Education and Training Program : Departments of Social Security ; Employment, Education and Training ; Health, Housing, Local Government and Community Services122ocn054806202book20030.06Williams, TedConstructionJuvenile works23872ocn320621691book20100.06Bowen, FredNo easy way : the story of Ted Williams and the last .400 seasonJuvenile worksBiographyTed Williams hit .406 for the season in 1941--a feat not matched since. In this inspirational picture book, authentic sports writing and rich, classic illustrations bring to life the truly spectacular story of the Red Sox legend, whose hard work and perseverance make him the perfect role model for baseball enthusiasts of all ages+-+422329070522739ocn051826186book20030.18Halberstam, DavidThe teammatesHistoryBiographyTed Williams, Bobby Doerr, Dom DiMaggio, and Johnny Pesky were all members of the famed 1940's Boston Red Sox. Halberstam, the bestselling author of "Summer of '49, " has followed the members of the team and reveals how these four became friends, and how that friendship thrived for more than 60 years+-+K20558659618435ocn054503627book20040.18Montville, LeighTed Williams : the biography of an American heroBiographyExplores the life and career of baseball player Ted Williams, who, in 1941, had a .406 seasson, a record that has not been touched in over 60 years+-+339250038512426ocn000033376book19690.18Williams, TedMy turn at Bat : the story of my lifeBiographyTed Williams tells of his childhood, his military experience, and his baseball career+-+787981621510473ocn646586089com20040.28Markusen, BruceTed Williams, a biographyBiographyA revealing biography on the last .400 hitter in baseball+-+12137886858522ocn730414321book20120.06Gutman, DanTed & me : a baseball card adventureJuvenile worksFictionWhen Stosh travels back in time to 1941 in hopes of preventing the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor that brought the United States into World War II, he meets Ted Williams, one of the greatest hitters in baseball history. Includes notes about Williams' life and career8023ocn843858721book20130.17Bradlee, BenThe kid : the immortal life of Ted WilliamsBiographyTed Williams was the best hitter in baseball history. His batting average of .406 in 1941 has not been topped since, and no player who has hit more than five hundred home runs has a higher career batting average. Those totals would have been even higher if Williams had not left baseball for nearly five years in the prime of his career to serve as a Marine pilot in World War II and Korea. He hit home runs farther than any player before him, and traveled a long way himself, as this biography reveals. Born in 1918 in San Diego, Ted would spend most of his life disguising his Mexican heritage. During his twenty-two years with the Boston Red Sox, Williams electrified crowds across America, and shocked them, too. His notorious clashes with the press and fans threatened his reputation. Yet while he was a god in the batter's box, he was profoundly human once he stepped away from the plate. His ferocity came to define his troubled domestic life. While baseball might have been straightforward for Ted Williams, life was not7791ocn535490577book20110.13Bildner, PhilThe unforgettable season : the story of Joe Dimaggio, Ted Williams and the record-setting summer of '41HistoryJuvenile worksFictionTells the story of two of baseball's greatest heroes, Joe DiMaggio and Ted Williams and how during the summer of 1941 they each set records that still stand+-+96500744853247094ocn755812065book20120.06Tavares, MattThere goes Ted Williams : the greatest hitter who ever livedHistoryJuvenile worksBiography"Ted Williams, the legendary Red Sox slugger, lived a life full of dedication and passion. From his days as a young kid playing ball in North Park to his unmatched .406 season in 1941 to his stints as a fighter pilot in World War II and Korea, the story of Teddy Ballgame is the story of an American hero."--P. 2 of cover6882ocn027034627book19930.17Linn, EdwardHitter : the life and turmoils of Ted WilliamsHistoryBiographyBiography of baseball player Ted Williams detailing his life and career+-+85568460655514ocn022765967book19910.23Seidel, MichaelTed Williams : a baseball lifeBiographyAn account of one of baseball's greatest hitter and the era in which he played+-+05374785354183ocn022112663book19910.17Ted Williams : a portrait in words and picturesBiographyPictorial works+-+85966275353243872ocn024376258book19920.06Wolff, RickTed WilliamsHistoryJuvenile worksBiographyA biography of the outstanding Boston Red Sox slugger+-+69466564253364ocn052241230rcrd20030.12Halberstam, DavidThe teammates [a portrait of a friendship]BiographyIn early October, 2001, Dom DiMaggio and Johnny Pesky drove 1,300 miles to visit with their friend and beloved teammate, Ted Williams, who was dying. These three men, and a fourth, Bobby Doerr, had been friends for more than sixty years, and were the key players in a remarkable Boston Red Sox team. This is the story of four men who made the passage from sports icons when they were young and seemingly indestructible to a time when they had to deal with the vulnerabilities of growing older+-+74924865963132ocn460059822book20100.25Updike, JohnHub fans bid kid adieu : John Updike on Ted WilliamsBiographyJohn Updike's essay "Hub fans bid kid adieu, inspired by Williams's home run in his last at-bat."+-+76258034062885ocn865099007rcrd20130.12Bradlee, BenThe kid : the immortal life of Ted WilliamsBiographyAt long last, the epic biography Ted Williams deserves and that his fans have been waiting for. Williams was the best hitter in baseball history. His batting average of .406 in 1941 has not been topped since, and no player who has hit more than five hundred home runs has a higher career batting average. Those totals would have been even higher if Williams had not left baseball for nearly five years in the prime of his career to serve as a Marine pilot in World War II and Korea. He hit home runs farther than any player before him--and traveled a long way himself, as Ben Bradlee, Jr.'s grand biography reveals. Born in 1918 in San Diego, Ted would spend most of his life disguising his Mexican heritage. During his 22 years with the Boston Red Sox, Williams electrified crowds across America--and shocked them, too: His notorious clashes with the press and fans threatened his reputation. Yet while he was a God in the batter's box, he was profoundly human once he stepped away from the plate. His ferocity came to define his troubled domestic life. While baseball might have been straightforward for Ted Williams, life was not. THE KID is biography of the highest literary order, a thrilling and honest account of a legend in all his glory and human complexity. In his final at-bat, Williams hit a home run. Bradlee's marvelous book clears the fences, too2852ocn026858890book19880.17Williams, TedSelected from My turn at bat : the story of my lifeBiography2772ocn051020385book20030.21Ted Williams : reflections on a splendid lifeBiography+-+K5008000062461ocn023900820book19910.17Cramer, Richard BenTed Williams : the seasons of the kidHistoryBiographyA remarkable literary and photographic record of Ted Williams, greatest pure hitter baseball has ever known2403ocn000070494book19700.18Pope, EdwinTed Williams+-+8856716215+-+8856716215Fri Mar 21 15:08:16 EDT 2014batch33454