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Home Alone

Home Alone

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Never Home Alone

Never Home Alone

Hachette UK. 2018

Discover the "fascinating" and surprising science of the creepers, crawlers, wrigglers, and runners that live in our homes (The Washington Post) -- and learn why they're essential to our everyday lives. However domesticated our houses appear, they are wild beyond imagination. Look down in the basement, up in the attic, under the floorboards, and even in the showerhead, and you'll find life everywhere. Biologist Rob Dunn and his team have done it in homes worldwide, and they found nearly...

Adaptation Online

Adaptation Online

Lexington Books. 2017

Adaptation Online: Creating Memes, Sweding Movies, and other Digital Performances explores how traditional notions of the processes and products of creative adaptation are evolving online. Using a performance lens and a shift in terminology from the metaphor of the cultural meme to the framing that adaptation affords, Lyndsay Michalik Gratch considers online adaptations in terms of creative process and human agency, rather than merely as products. This book offers a glossary of strategies...

Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

Quirk Books. 2019

YIKES! Kevin did it again! The beloved sequel to Home Alone is now an adorable picture book for the whole family. It’s the holidays and Kevin doesn’t want to go on his family vacation to Florida. Amid the chaos and confusion of the airport, he accidentally boards the wrong plane and ends up alone (again!) in New York City. Kevin goes sightseeing, checks into a hotel, and enjoys limo rides, all courtesy of his dad’s credit card. But then he makes a shocking discovery: the burglars who tried...

The Feast of Fiction Kitchen: Recipes Inspired by TV, Movies, Games & Books

The Feast of Fiction Kitchen: Recipes Inspired by TV, Movies, Games & Books

The Countryman Press. 2020

Recipes from Feast of Fiction, the innovative YouTube show featuring fantastical and fictional recipes inspired by books, movies, comics, video games, and more. Fans of Feast of Fiction have been clamoring for a cookbook since the channel debuted in 2011. Now it’s here! Just as they do on the small screen, hosts Jimmy Wong and Ashley Adams whip up their real-life interpretation of fictional dishes to pay homage in a genuine, geeky, and lively way. Jimmy brings a wealth of gamer and nerd cred...