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Fri Mar 21 17:15:16 2014 UTClccn-n853819430.00The Guardian year0.211.00September 11 : a Guardian special /75318281Alan_Rusbridgern 853819431783449Rusbridger, Alan Charles 1953-np-bowles, brianBowles, Briannrtlccn-n97026978Cort, Benilllccn-n82005865Magdalene College (University of Cambridge)viaf-246660069Rusbridger, Alanlccn-n50014674Young, Hugo(1938-2003)lccn-nb91077691Trewin, Ionlccn-n79091377Evans, Harold(1928-....).np-michelson, joanMichelson, Joanlccn-n78029294Simmonds, Posyothnp-cleminshaw, suzanneCleminshaw, SuzanneRusbridger, AlanJuvenile worksFictionDiariesHistoryAnecdotesBiographyHumorous storiesPictorial worksGreat BritainZoo animalsJournalistsPianistsBallades (Chopin, Frédéric)Freedom of informationPublic records--Law and legislationGovernment informationSex customsSex instructionSexPolitical sciencePoliticiansZoosEnglish literatureChildren's stories, EnglishCivilization, ModernCivilizationNewspaper readingNewspapersMass mediaNews Web sitesEssaysEnglish essaysWinterBritish literatureTerrorismSexual intercourseSeptember 11 Terrorist Attacks (2001)Sex instruction literatureUnited StatesAnimalsIraq War (2003-2011)Talking books for children19531986198919942001200320042005200620072008200920122013201410111849823.92ML417.R798ocn4416332491445ocn228559929book20060.06Rusbridger, AlanThe smelliest day at the zooJuvenile worksFictionHumorous storiesThis is the third book in a series about the wonderfully funny characters at Melton Meadow Zoo from Alan Rusbridger, editor of the Guardian. The book features black and white illustrations throughout by Kate Greenaway longlist nominee, Ben Cort+-+23157869653241404ocn059265474book20040.06Rusbridger, AlanThe coldest day in the zooJuvenile worksFictionHumorous storiesSlap bang in the middle of the coldest Friday of the coldest week of the year, the central heating breaks down at Melton Mowbray Zoo. The system needs a new flange but flanges can't be obtained on Fridays in Melton Mowbray, so Mr Pickles the head keeper asks all the other keepers to take the animal they are in charge of home for the weekend. The results range from disastrous to successful: when the penguin (who 'always hankered after the good life') decides to eat his tea in Mr Pumbles' bed, and the lion succeeds in scaring off Mr Leaf's mother-in-law to such an extent that she doesn't come back to lunch for three years+-+30926869653241348ocn021149004book19860.70Rusbridger, AlanA concise history of the sex manual, 1886-1986HistoryThe author surveys a wide range of published advice and prejudice on sex. He assesses instructions and warnings, some famous, many lesser known, from a varied cast of advisors, including Victorian doctors, vicars, scout leaders and California videos995ocn057005757book20050.06Rusbridger, AlanThe wildest day at the zooJuvenile worksFictionThe loveable animals and their keepers at Melton Mowbray Zoo are back! Everyone has recovered from the disastrous weekend when the heating broke and Mr Pickles, the zoo director, asked all the keepers to take their animal home for the weekend. In fact, so much so, that a feeling of nonchalence pervades - the animals have been teamed with the same keepers for years and quite frankly it's become rather boring. So, in a bid to liven things up, the keepers decide to swap animals for the day and, as you can imagine this makes for some lively antics!+-+4884686965324657ocn072443838rcrd20040.06Rusbridger, AlanThe coldest day in the zoo & the wildest day at the zooJuvenile worksFictionHumorous storiesIn the first story, zoo director Mr. Pickles asks the keepers to take their animals home for the weekend to keep warm when on the coldest day of the year, the heating breaks down. In the second story, Mr. Pickles decides to have the keepers swap animals, but it leads to the zoo going wild!241ocn763664612rcrd20060.14Rusbridger, AlanThe coldest day in the zoo &, The wildest day in the zooJuvenile works122ocn035718459book19940.73The guardian year '94History61ocn055134319book20030.73Rusbridger, AlanThe end of newspapers41ocn494232960book20080.56Young, HugoThe Hugo Young papers : thirty years of British politics - off the recordAnecdotes+-+990596193621ocn441633249book20010.92The bedside years : the best writing from the Guardian, 1951-200021ocn437706506book19940.32New writing 321ocn050430824book20011.00September 11 : a Guardian special11ocn473086582book1994Rusbridger, AlanThe Guardian year11ocn473086564book1994Rusbridger, AlanThe Guardian year11ocn057180292book0.10Reflections of war : four photographers in the Iraq conflictPictorial works11ocn250026183book20040.39Brooke, HeatherYour right to know : how to use the Freedom of Information Act and other access lawsHave you ever wanted to know:- Which doctor has the best operation success rate in your health trust?- If MI5 has a file on you?- The actual number and type of crimes that happen in your street?- Which streets are targeted by parking attendants in your area?- Which buildings have failed their fire safety inspections? The public had no right to most of this information - until now. On 1 January 2005 the Freedom of Information Act came into force giving the British public a legal right, for the first time, to access information from more than 100,000 public authorities. But in order to take advantage of this new right you first have to know who holds the information and how to get it. Your Right to Know gives you the tools you need to get the information you want. If you' ve ever wanted to force open the secretive doors of government, this is the guide you need+-+082778092511ocn862040938book20130.19Rusbridger, AlanPlay it again : an amateur against the impossibleBiographyDiariesThe editor of the Guardian newspaper gave himself one year to learn Chopin's Ballade no. 1 in g minor, arguably one of the most difficult Romantic pieces in the repertory01ocn220674616rcrd1989Rusbridger, AlanA concise history of the sex manual 1886-1986History3726ocn827256509book20120.19Rusbridger, AlanPlay it again : an amateur against the impossibleBiographyDiariesThe editor of the Guardian newspaper gave himself one year to learn Chopin's Ballade no. 1 in g minor, arguably one of the most difficult Romantic pieces in the repertory+-+2315786965324+-+2315786965324Fri Mar 21 15:09:53 EDT 2014batch12585