Miss Invisible by Laura Jensen Walker (2007, Paperback)
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|A feast of romance and laughter featuring a delightful and courageous heroine that you can relate to no matter what your size. Convinced that her larger size relegates her to wallflower status, Freddie Heinz hides behind the wedding cakes she creates as a professional baker. But life is about to change for Miss Invisible. First of all, Freddie's found a new friend who encourages her to come out of her shell. Then Hal, the cute veternarian, starts showing interest in the woman behind the delightful cakes. And when Freddie decides to break every rule in the "big girl's" book and find out who she really is, life gets even more exciting--and hilarious. Cinderella, look out! Miss Invisible is becoming the belle of the ball--and having a ball in the process. Because when you finally find God's call for your life, any size is the right size--and love can see what the rest of the world passes by.|
Freddie Doolittle is a single, 29-year-old plus-size wedding cake baker/decorator who feels invisible most of the time due to her size and her still-single status. Fans of Jennifer Weiner's novels will enjoy this tale about a woman who finds the liberating love and acceptance she longs for.
Freddie Heinz is a single, 29-year-old plus-size wedding cake baker/decorator who feels invisible most of the time due to her size and her still-single status. Fans of Jennifer Weiner's novels will enjoy this tale about a woman who finds the liberating love and acceptance she longs for.
In Human and Nonhuman Bone Identification: A Color Atlas,Diane L. France, one of the most respected forensic anthropologists in the world, offered a comprehensive handbook of photographs and other information essential for examining skeletal remains and determining species and body parts. Conveniently designed for field use, this compact version of the book presents the major skeletal elements from the same species as the bestselling Atlas.Focusing on the bones most often discovered in field scenarios, the book is divided into two major sections: General Osteologyincludes major features of bone growth and development and highlights general comparisons of quadrupedal mammals to human bones. This section includes an introduction to bird skeletal anatomy and some suggestions on how to clean and preserve bones. Major Bones of the Bodies of Different Animalsincludes most bones from the cranium to the metatarsal. Filled with more than 1200 annotated, crisp photographs, this handy guide enables law enforcement, medicolegal death investigators, forensic anthropologists, and others in the field and in the lab ready access to the information needed to help solve the mystery of discovered bones.
|Author||Laura Jensen Walker|
|Number Of Pages||322 pages|
|Publisher||Nelson Incorporated, Thomas|
|Number of Volumes||0 vols.|
|LC Classification Number||PS3623.A3595M57 2007|