Misc Books long island short sleeve | Compare Prices & Save on shopping in Australia
Showing 1 - 24 of 2,320 results for

Misc Books long island short sleeve

Sort:
  1. This fantastic new 500 piece jigsaw puzzle will both entertain and inform. Featuring a detailed image of a New Zealand map and a handy reference image on both the front and back covers this title is easy and fun to complete with friends and family. Also available: Australia World Map, Dinosaurs and Solar System.
    $7.50
    + Shipping: $6.95
    (50% Off)
  2. The classic graphic novel. Investigating a mysterious plane crash, Tintin discovers he's onto something big The case leads Tintin to Scotland, where he learns of a monster that stalks a lonely island.
    $21.99
    FREE shipping
  3. Philip Marlowe is constantly on the move with a case involving a war scarred drunk and his nymphomania wife.
    $25.49
    FREE shipping
  4. Twelve-year-old Karana escapes death at the hands of treacherous hunters, only to find herself totally alone on a harsh desolate island. How she survives in the face of all sorts of dangers makes gripping and inspiring reading. Based on a true...
    $16.99
    FREE shipping
  5. The beloved Hollywood star and New York Times bestselling author of Unsinkable continues her intimate chat with fans in this entertaining collection of anecdotes, stories, jokes, and random musings from a woman who has seen it all�and done most of...
    $29.99
    FREE shipping
  6. Misses' Top, Shorts And Pants - 16 - 18 - 20 - 22 - 24 Pattern
    $59.00
    + Shipping: $4.81
  7. Misses' Jacket, Top, Shorts And Pants - 16 - 18 - 20 - 22 - 24 Pattern
    $59.00
    + Shipping: $4.81
  8. The Diary Of Wimpy Kid Series Of Books, By Best-Selling Author Jeff Kinney, Charts The Highs And Lows Of Our Middle School Hero, Greg, As He Stumbles And Fumbles From Childhood To Teenhood Via School-Hood.Brbrcan't Wait For More Details About Book 9? Here's What We Can Tell You: Greg Heffley And His Family Hit The Road In Author-Illustrator Jeff Kinney's Latest Instalment Of The Phenomenal Bestselling Diary Of A Wimpy Kid Series. Not Much To Go On? You Know It's Going To Involve Greg Being The Daft Idiot We All Love, And His Family Driving Him Nuts, And His Friend-Issues So Buckle-Up, It's Going To Be A Side-Splitting Ride!Brbrtitle: Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: The Long Haulbrauthor: Jeff Kinneybrisbn: 9780143308591Brpublisher: Penguin Australia Pty Ltd
    $17.99
    + Shipping
  9. Billy Lynn Is Home From Iraq And He's A Youtube Sensation. Tonight With The Nation's Eyes On Him, Billy Steps Out Onto The Field At The Dallas Cowboys' Thanksgiving Football Game But Tomorrow, He Must Go Back To War.Brbrspan Style= A New Edition To Tie In With Oscar-Winning Director Ang Lee's Film Adaptation. Br/Category: Literary Fictionbr/Br/Br/Title: Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walkbr/Publisher: Allen & Unwinbr/Author: Ben Fountainbr/Awards: Winner National Book Critics Circle Awards And Winner La Times Book Prize/Span
    $19.99
    + Shipping
  10. Chartered in 1834 to provide a route between New York City and Boston, the Long Island Rail Road ran from the Brooklyn waterfront through the center of Long Island to Greenport. The railroad served the agricultural market on Long Island until branches and competing lines eventually developed on the north and south shores of the island and several hundred passenger stations were built. After Penn Station was opened in 1910, the number of passengers commuting between Manhattan and Long Island began to multiply. Today, one hundred twenty-five stations serve the Long Island Rail Road. Long Island Rail Road Stations contains vintage postcards of the old Penn Station, which was demolished in the mid-1960s; the Grand Stairway at the Forest Hills Station, where Theodore Roosevelt delivered his famous unification speech on July 4, 1917; and the Amagansett station building, where Nazi spies boarded a train bound for New York City on June 13, 1942. Many of the historic stations featured in this book have been preserved by local preservation groups, while others have been replaced with modern buildings to accommodate the passengers who commute on the nation's largest commuter railroad.
    $30.99
    FREE shipping
  11. Long Island, particularly the North Shore, was the site of some of the most lavish and extravagant residences in the world. The island's beauty, its proximity and easy travel access to New York, and its suitability for yachting and other recreational pursuits made it the perfect place for the leisure class. From the Civil War to World War II, almost 1000 estates were built there, often by the nation's richest families–Morgan, Vanderbilt, Hearst, Astor, Woolworth, Chrysler, Whitney, Tiffany, Frick, and Guggenheim, to name a few. Long Island's rich architectural history is presented in this important and long-awaited volume. It is at once a fascinating glimpse at the homes of some of America's wealthiest families and a complete compendium of the architects who designed these breathtaking houses. Among them are Delano & Aldrich; Cass Gilbert; Richard Morris Hunt; McKim, Mead & White; Horace Trumbauer; Calvert Vaux; and Warren & Wetmore.
    $143.99
    FREE shipping
  12. At Riverhead Long Island splits into two narrow strips of land, each about forty miles long and each with a distinct character and topography. The South Fork stretches east into the Atlantic Ocean from the Shinnecock Canal to the majestic bluffs at Montauk Point. Dotting the coastline are the stylish Hamptons–Southampton, East Hampton, Westhampton Beach, and Bridgehampton–and villages of Sag Harbor, Amagansett, Watermill, and Sagaponack. In contrast Long Island's North Fork is a pastoral quilt of vineyards and farms by the sea, a place of serenity and beauty. Renowned photographer Jake Rajs has captured the spirit of both the North and South Forks–the rocky coastline, the calm waters, and the vast expanses of fields and wetlands of the North Fork and the range of the South Fork–juxtaposing formal privet hedges and pumpkin fields, crashing surf and serene coves, fishermen and polo players, contemporary houses and modest shingled cottages. Most important Rajs has captured the light throughout the day, from misty dawn to the vivid colors of sunset.
    $24.49
    FREE shipping
  13. From the archives of the Greenlawn-Centerport Historical Association comes this striking visual history of the north shore Long Island hamlet of Greenlawn. Originally known as Oldfields, the area was settled in the early 1800s by farmers. The extension of the Long Island Railroad through the farmlands in 1867-1868 provided the impetus for the development of a profitable pickle and cabbage industry, the growth of the community, and the arrival of vacationers, many of whom soon became year-round residents. Greenlawn includes stories of the Halloween eve conflagration, the Adirondack-style vacation retreat, the opera house, the farmhouse murders, the vaudevillians, and the Pickle King, among others. Today, houses cover the old farmlands; yet Greenlawnwith -one main street of small shops, a railroad crossing that halts traffic throughout the day, and many historical buildings-still retains its small-town charm.
    $30.99
    FREE shipping
  14. A forerunner of the modern highway system, the Long Island Motor Parkway was constructed during the advent of the automobile and at a pivotal time in American history. Following a spectator death during the 1906 Vanderbilt Cup Race, the concept for a privately owned speedway on Long Island was developed by William K. Vanderbilt Jr. and his business associates. It would be the first highway built exclusively for the automobile. Vanderbilt's dream was to build a safe, smooth, police-free road without speed limits where he could conduct his beloved automobile races without spectators running onto the course. Features such as the use of reinforced concrete, bridges to eliminate grade crossings, banked curves, guardrails, and landscaping were all pioneered for the parkway. Reflecting its poor profitability and the availability of free state-built public parkways, the historic 48-mile Long Island Motor Parkway closed on Easter Sunday, April 17, 1938.
    $31.99
    FREE shipping
  15. Significant aircraft manufacturing began on Long Island in the early 20th century and boomed during the war years. Long Islanders helped transform aviation from a dangerous sport to a viable means of transportation, while also producing a large portion of the nation's aerial arsenal in times of war. From the first frail biplanes to the warbirds of World War II and the sleek fighters of the jet age, aviation companies on Long Island helped make aviation the integral part of our world that it is today. During the 20th century, over 70 firms came to build aircraft on Long Island. Some of these firms lasted for decades and became famed builders of historic aircraft, such as Grumman, Republic, Curtiss, Fairchild, and Sikorsky.
    $29.99
    FREE shipping
  16. The always funny, frank, and down-to-earth medium began communicating with Spirit at the age of four, but didn't fully accept her gift until she was thirty-three years old. Since then she's used her extraordinary gift to help people heal from the loss of their loved ones. A New York Times bestseller, There's More to Life Than This lends insight on how Theresa's mediumship works, what happens to your soul when you die, what Heaven is like, what the deceased want you to know, the importance of living a positive life, and the many roles that your family, friend, angels, and God play here and in the afterlife. It also explores how to safely connect with Spirit so you can recognize when your loved ones are reaching out. Through Theresa's personal story, compelling anecdotes, and fascinating client readings, she helps us understand that our deceased loved ones are safe and at peace and to appreciate the important lessons and touching messages that we're meant to embrace every day.
    $18.99
    FREE shipping
  17. Long Island's Gold Coast, more than any other section of the country, has captured the imagination of America. This, in part, is attributable to F. Scott Fitzgerald's "The Great Gatsby." The Spinzias' two-volume comprehensive analysis of the North Shore families documents over 1,500 estate owners in a modified "Who's Who" format. Included are 578 photographs of the estates, biographical data on the estate owners and their families, locations of estates using current street references and village designations, estate names, acreage, architects, architectural styles, dates of construction, landscape architects, subsequent owners, location of archival photographs of the estates, and information as to whether mansions are still extant and, if not, the dates of demolition. Cross-referenced in the second-section appendices are estate names, village locations of estates, as well as architectural and landscape commissions. The civic activity and occupation appendices document the contribution of Long Islanders, including statesmen, intelligence agents, financiers, writers and inventors. Maiden names, rehabilitive secondary uses of estates including golf courses which were formerly private estates, motion pictures filmed at estate sites, a general bibliography of the "Gilded Age," and a bibliography specific to individual estate owners, with the location of personal papers, have also been included.
    $62.05
    FREE shipping
  18. Sandi Brewster-walker has written a book about her early life in North Amityville, Long Island during the 1940s and 50s, when her family was considered colored. The new book gives us insight into the lives of a family with Long Island Native American roots. Despite the fact that the Natives did not know the land customs and laws of the Dutch and English, nor could they read or write either language, their marks, the "x" traded away forever their magnificent island. Brewster-walker is a descendant of many of the Natives that traded away Long Island. She, also talks about why many of the Southern blacks came to Long Island during the Great Migration of domestics. The book is a series of remembrances, while a young child in North Amityville. The Colored Girl from Long Island ends at the beginning of the Civil Rights Movement, when colored people became Negroes. Her story is told in her own words
    $27.20
    FREE shipping
  19. Although the Montaukett were among the first tribes to establish relations with the English in the seventeenth century, until now very little has been written about the evolution of their interaction with the settlers. John A. Strong, a noted authority on the Indians of Long Island, has written a concise history that focuses on the issues of land tenure in the relations between the English and the Montaukett. Strong also explores issues of cultural assimilation, political and social tensions, and patterns of economic dependency among the Montaukett.
    $29.99
    FREE shipping
  20. aChain your dogs and lock up your fowls a heralded posters announcing the first international road race in the United States and the first of the six William K. Vanderbilt Jr. Cup Races held on Long Island from 1904 to 1910. These races were the most prestigious sporting events of their day, drawing huge crowds from 25,000 to over 250,000 spectators. The Vanderbilt Cup Races had a far-reaching impact on the development of American automobiles and parkways and are a testament to the early racing spirit and drama. The rare images in this book, many published for the first time, have been selected from the archives of major museums, libraries, and private collectors.
    $30.99
    FREE shipping
Back to top

Recently Viewed Misc Books


Connect
Getprice compares prices across all of your favourite products Australia-wide, covering all major cities including Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Canberra and Brisbane.
Getprice compares prices across Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Canberra and Brisbane.