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  • Shadows house t.6

    So-Ma-To

    Le groupe des camarades de promotion se réunit pour démasquer le responsable de l'incident du revenant. Leur quête de la vérité leur fera découvrir quelques-uns des sombres secrets qui envahissent le manoir comme de mauvaises herbes...Que vaut vraiment une vie dans ce lieu où tout semble déformé ?

  • Dans l'étrange manoir coupé du monde des Shadow, les événements déconcertants continuent de se succéder.Tandis qu'elle cherche à se familiariser avec cet univers encore inconnu, la "poupée vivante" Emilico doit se préparer pour le jour de l'Exhibition. Elle n'a que peu de temps pour troquer sa maladresse contre un peu d'élégance afin de convaincre la famille Shadow.Car l'échec n'est pas une option quand on est remplaçable...

  • Jeu d'ombresEmilico est une poupée vivante au service de Kate, une jeune fille appartenant aux Shadows, famille d'ombres sans visage. Dans le vaste manoir familial, le travail d'Emilico se limite pour le moment à nettoyer la suie projetée par sa maîtresse... Mais au fil des rencontres, elle découvrira le monde dans lequel elle vit, commencera à s'interroger sur le sens de son existence et se liera d'amitié avec son entourage... Cependant, une poupée doit-elle avoir une conscience ?
    Nous avons tous entendu la fameuse théorie sur les "grands yeux" du manga censés être le miroir de l'âme, et permettant d'exacerber les émotions des personnages. Shadows House réussit ici le pari osé de donner de l'humanité à des ombres sans visage ! Une expérience curieuse et unique que le duo d'auteurs So-ma-to explore dans le premier volume de la série, avant de développer un scénario passionnant autour des mystères de la famille Shadows dans le tome 2 publié simultanément. Une belle fable gothique pour les amateurs d'énigme.

  • Du café est servi aux nouveaux adultes qui viennent de réussir l'Exhibition.Celui-ci à peine bu, leurs yeux se remplissent d'une admiration teintée de folie, puis de larmes d'extase quand l'Illustre Aïeul apparaît devant eux.Le manoir des Shadow ne serait-il pas en réalité... une prison ?

  • Shadows house t.3

    So-Ma-To

    L'Exhibition bat son plein. Cinq nouvelles poupées vivantes accompagnées de leur ombre maître sont en concurrence pour devenir adultes.Derrière l'examinateur Edward, les regards inquisiteurs se multiplient. Et certains traits de caractère commencent à se dévoiler derrière des visages toujours cachés dans l'ombre...

  • Shadows house t.4

    So-Ma-To

    L'Exhibition, qui marque le passage à l'âge adulte des jeunes Shadow, touche à sa fin.L'excitation est grande parmi les spectateurs du troisième étage.Lorsque la "famille sans visage" laisse paraître ses émotions, on discerne enfin les véritables contours du mystérieux manoir des Shadow...

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  • Ils étaient prêts à tout... sauf à ce qui les attend.Dans le futur, la Terre, ça craint. Les étoiles sont cachées par un immense dôme qui recouvre le ciel. Les enfants y sont formés par l'Alliance Gouvernementale Mondiale pour rejoindre l'armée de la Jeunesse Alliée et éliminer toute forme de résistance avec un gigantesque fusil laser. La jeune Uma Akkolye, elle, a pour habitude de tirer avant de poser des questions. Et quand elle reçoit un étrange message de l'autre côté du dôme, elle n'hésite pas à s'emparer d'un vaisseau spatial pour partir à l'aventure en compagnie d'un équipage aussi inexpérimenté qu'improbable.Après avoir travaillé ensemble sur Hactivist et Maze Runner : The Scorch, le duo de scénaristes Jackson Lanzing et Collin P. Kelly (Batman et Robin Eternal) unissent à nouveau leurs forces avec le dessinateur Marcus To (New Warriors, The Flash : Season Zero) pour leur première série de création et nous embarquent dans une balade spatiale épique et punk à souhait : de quoi réjouir les fans de Young Avengers ou Runaways !

  • Le Nova Corps, récemment reformé, rencontre de sérieux problèmes. Son matériel disparaît, ses missions sont victimes de sabotage et même ses vaisseaux ont été volés. La police intergalactique fait appel aux Gardiens de la Galaxie qui infiltrent le Nova Corps pour mener l'enquête. Parallèlement, Star-Lord et ses amis cherchent toujours les Pierres de l'Infini, apparemment disséminées dans l'univers tout entier. Gerry Duggan (Deadpool), Marcus To (Age of X-Man: NextGen) et Aaron Kuder (Infinity Countdown) orchestrent ces nouvelles aventures des Gardiens de la Galaxie.

  • Tran To Nga a deux pays : le Vietnam et la France.
    Ce livre, publié à l'approche du quarantième anniversaire de la fin de la guerre du Vietnam (30 avril 2015), est une plongée particulièrement saisissante dans ce double destin. Écrit avec l'aide de Delphine Saubaber, grand reporter à L'Express, il nous plonge dans une vie de combat et d'utopies. L'auteur y retrace son parcours, qui l'a conduit à connaître la torture et la prison.
    Issue d'une famille d'intellectuels, Tran To Nga grandit au temps de l'Indochine française et vit au plus près la lutte pour l'indépendance. Tout en menant de brillantes études à Saigon puis à Hanoï, elle s'engage dès l'adolescence dans les rangs communistes pour « libérer » le Sud-Vietnam de la présence américaine. Des années durant, alors que le conflit fait rage, elle vit dans la jungle, au coeur des camps de maquisards. Sa vie bascule quand les avions de l'US Army larguent d'énormes quantités de désherbant sur les forêts où elle se terre avec ses compagnons. Ce produit, surnommé « agent orange », a des effets dévastateurs : les arbres meurent, les sols sont pollués, des centaines de milliers de personnes contaminées. Nga, elle-même atteinte par ces nuages toxiques, perd sa première petite fille, décédée d'une terrible maladie. Comme le mal se transmet et s'aggrave au fil des générations, ses deux autres filles développeront à leur tour de graves pathologies.
    Aujourd'hui encore, alors que les cas de cancers et de malformations se comptent par centaines de milliers au Vietnam, Nga vient en aide aux victimes oubliées de l'agent orange et poursuit devant la justice française vingt-six sociétés américaines de pétrochimie ayant fabriqué ce désherbant.

  • The companion how-to guide to the hit TV series-with advice for anyone starting their own genealogical search.
    In the groundbreaking NBC series Who Do You Think You Are? seven celebrities-Sarah Jessica Parker, Emmitt Smith, Lisa Kudrow, Matthew Broderick, Brooke Shields, Susan Sarandon, and Spike Lee-went on an emotional journey to trace their family history and discover who they really are, and millions of viewers caught the genealogy bug. With the official companion guide, anyone can learn how to chart their family's unique path. Featuring step-by-step instructions from Megan Smolenyak2, one of America's top genealogical researchers, this book offers everything readers need to know to start the journey into their past, from digging through old photos, to finding the best online resources.


  • From the Ambassador of the UAE to Russia comes a bold and intimate exploration of what it means to be a Muslim in the twenty-first century.In a series of personal letters to his sons, Omar Saif Ghobash offers a short and highly readable manifesto that tackles our current global crisis with the training of an experienced diplomat and the personal responsibility of a father. Today's young Muslims will be tomorrow's leaders, and yet too many are vulnerable to extremist propaganda that seems omnipresent in our technological age. The burning question, Ghobash argues, is how moderate Muslims can unite to find a voice that is true to Islam while actively and productively engaging in the modern world. What does it mean to be a good Muslim?What is the concept of a good life? And is it acceptable to stand up and openly condemn those who take the Islamic faith and twist it to suit their own misguided political agendas? In taking a hard look at these seemingly simple questions, Ghobash encourages his sons to face issues others insist are not relevant, not applicable, or may even be Islamophobic. These letters serve as a clear-eyed inspiration for the next generation of Muslims to understand how to be faithful to their religion and still navigate through the complexities of today's world. They also reveal an intimate glimpse into a world many are unfamiliar with and offer to provide an understanding of the everyday struggles Muslims face around the globe.

  • This book provides a selection of private letters written to family and friends from a variety of people while they were on the Grand Tour in the eighteenth century. Although many have been published previously, this is the first time that letters of this kind have been brought together in a single volume. Readers can compare the various responses of travellers to the sights, pleasures and discomforts encountered on the journey. People of diverse backgrounds, with different expectations and interests, give personal accounts of their particular experiences of the Grand Tour. Unlike most collections of letters from the Tour, which recount the views of a single person, this selection emphasises diversity. Readers can juxtapose for example the letters of a conscientious young nobleman like Lyttelton with those of the excitable philanderer Boswell, or the well-travelled aristocratic lady, Caroline Lennox. While the travellers represented here follow much the same route via Paris, through France and across the Alps via the terrifying Mount Cenis, to Rome, in the pursuit of learning and pleasure, the Tour turns out to mean something quite different to each of them.

  • Discover a richly illustrated children's version of the world's most read book: the Bible
    In this tenth and last book, find out about the lives of Job, Jonas and Esther.
    The people had suffered many hardships: war, captivity, exile in foreign lands, and the cruelty of the invaders... To give back some courage to the people, priests told them tales filled with hope and life. Like the tale of Job. Job was a just and good man who led a peaceful life surrounded by his many children.
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    In this ninth book, find out about the lives of Elijah, Amos and Hosea, Isaiah Jeremiah, Ezekiel and Daniel.
    After Solomon's death, Israel was split into two different countries. In the South, Judah had for King Rehoboam, Solomon's son, whereas in the north, people followed Jeroboam, Nabat's son. None of the kings who followed Jeroboam listened to God's commandments. One of them, Ahab, married a woman called Jezebel and started adoring her god, Baal.
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    In this eighth book, find out about David's and Salomon's lives.
    When Samuel became old, he set up his sons as judges in Israel. His eldest son was called Joel and his youngest Abia. His sons did not follow his example: They were drawn to money, accepted every sort of presents and suppressed many laws. Samuel was a good and kind man who loved God and his simple, honest life. Thus, the people refused that one or the other of his son will succeed him if he died.
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    In this seventh book, find out about Gideon, Samson, Samuel's calling and the ark of God with the Philistines.
    Joshua had divided the Israelites into twelve tribes. Each tribe was named after one of Jacob's sons. They settled in the land of Canaan, each in a different part of the country. Most tribes chose to live in the mountain regions, as the people from Canaan mostly lived in plains.
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    In this sixth book, find out about Moses, the 10 commandments, the passage of the Jordan an Jericho.
    Time went by and there were more and more Hebrews in Egypt. One day, Pharaoh Ramses II felt that there were too many. Pharaoh decided to kill every male Hebrew new-born. In a Hebrew family, a woman had just given birth to an adorable little boy.
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    In this fifth book, find out about Joseph's life and the arrival of Hebrews in Egypt.
    Joseph grew up surrounded by his brothers. He became a young, brave and lively shepherd. He worked alongside his brothers and was his father's favourite. Jacob was very proud of his first-born with Rachel. His brothers, seeing that their father loved him more than all the others, started hating him.
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    In this fourth book, find out about Isaac and Jacob's lives.
    Sarah had been hoping for so long and had prayed to have a child. Ishmael was not the son she hoped and this led to arguments with her servant, Agar. God visited Sarah one day, as he promised, at the Oak of Mamre, one year previously. He kept his promise. Sarah conceived and gave birth to a child.
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    In this second book, find out about Noah's Ark.
    God gave man and woman everything. But as time went by, they did not manage to live in peace, together. Many arguments unfold, people were jealous of one another, and stole property from their neighbours. They had no respect and no values!
    God was very disappointed and wanted to give them another chance, another life where men and women would live in peace and love. God asked Noah, who had God and the others in his heart, to build a large ark.
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    In this first book, find out about the creation of the world, Adam and Eve and the birth of Cain and Abel.
    In the beginning, there was nothing! Only a huge, cold, dark and lifeless emptiness. One day, a very long time ago, God created heaven and earth. No one is quite sure how long it took to create life on earth because one day could have lasted a million years.
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    In this third book, find out about the the tower of Babel, Abraham's calling, Abraham's journey, Ismael's birth, Sodom and Gomorrah, Lot ans his family .
    The world lived at peace since the alliance between God and living beings, after they had left the Ark. However, very soon afterwards, men and women forgot this alliance and found a vast, unoccupied land. They decided to build a city that will later be called "Babel", which means "confusion".
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