New Release Books by ONE

ONE is the author of Mob Psycho 100 Volume 9 (2022), The Story of the Blind Baba-Abdalla (2021), The Adventures of Haroun-al-Raschid, Caliph of Bagdad (2021), The Story of Sidi-Nouman (2021) and other 389 books.

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Mob Psycho 100 Volume 9

by: ONE
release date: Aug 30, 2022
Mob Psycho 100 Volume 9
From the creator of One-Punch Man! Even Mob has a social life…but Reigen’s constant demands on his time are starting to seriously interfere with his friends and school. When Reigen carelessly suggests only he truly understands Mob, his disciple walks out on him! Now Reigen has to take a hard look at his own career, and decides the only way forward is to make his business legitimate—but that’s going to be put to a tough test when the con artist exorcist is asked to cast out a spirit on national TV!

The Story of the Blind Baba-Abdalla

release date: Nov 17, 2021
The Story of the Blind Baba-Abdalla
Baba-Abdalla has worked his whole life to increase the fortune he was born with, and now owns eighty camels. On one of his business trips, he comes across a poor dervish, who reveals the location of a fortune in buried treasure. The dervish is willing to share it with Baba-Abdalla in exchange for forty camels – a fair price, surely? But as the proverb says, "the more one has, the more one wants". See the true cost of greed in "The Story of the Blind Baba-Abdalla", the thirtieth of the 34 tales in the classic "Arabian Nights" collection, translated by Andrew Lang. A treasure-trove of timeless stories, the One Thousand and One Nights or Arabian Nights have been loved, imitated, and added to over many centuries. Similar to the fairy tales collected by the Brothers Grimm, the Arabian Nights are drawn from the folklore of India, Iran and the Middle East, and were collected in Arabic versions throughout the medieval period; others were added as recently as the eighteenth century. These stories of the exotic East have been popularised for new generations by film adaptations such as Disney’s Aladdin, starring Robin Williams and Gilbert Gottfried in 1992, and Will Smith in 2019, and Dreamworks’ Sinbad, starring Brad Pitt and Michelle Pfeiffer. They continue to inspire writers as varied as Salman Rushdie and Neil Gaiman, while numerous Bollywood and manga versions attest to their popularity around the world. These stories of magic, adventure and romance have shaped readers’ imaginations for generations, and are sure to be retold for years to come. This selection was translated by Andrew Lang from the French versions by Antoine Galland, who was the first to include the stories of Aladdin and Ali Baba. Born in Scotland in 1844, Lang was a scholar of ancient Greek, a journalist, historian, novelist and poet, and the author of 25 popular collections of fairy tales; his edition of the Arabian Nights’ Entertainment was published in 1898. He became a Fellow of the British Academy in 1906, and died in 1912.

The Adventures of Haroun-al-Raschid, Caliph of Bagdad

release date: Nov 17, 2021
The Adventures of Haroun-al-Raschid, Caliph of Bagdad
Haroun-al-Raschid is the Commander of the Faithful, the Caliph of Bagdad – and nearly dying of boredom. Looking for amusement, Haroun and his vizir Giafar (a kinder figure than in Disney’s Aladdin films) disguise themselves as foreign merchants, and go out to explore the city. The people they find in its streets and squares baffle and intrigue the Caliph no less than they will the reader of this, the twenty-ninth of the 34 tales in the classic Arabian Nights collection, translated into English by Andrew Lang. A treasure-trove of timeless stories, the One Thousand and One Nights or Arabian Nights have been loved, imitated, and added to over many centuries. Similar to the fairy tales collected by the Brothers Grimm, the Arabian Nights are drawn from the folklore of India, Iran and the Middle East, and were collected in Arabic versions throughout the medieval period; others were added as recently as the eighteenth century. These stories of the exotic East have been popularised for new generations by film adaptations such as Disney’s Aladdin, starring Robin Williams and Gilbert Gottfried in 1992, and Will Smith in 2019, and Dreamworks’ Sinbad, starring Brad Pitt and Michelle Pfeiffer. They continue to inspire writers as varied as Salman Rushdie and Neil Gaiman, while numerous Bollywood and manga versions attest to their popularity around the world. These stories of magic, adventure and romance have shaped readers’ imaginations for generations, and are sure to be retold for years to come. This selection was translated by Andrew Lang from the French versions by Antoine Galland, who was the first to include the stories of Aladdin and Ali Baba. Born in Scotland in 1844, Lang was a scholar of ancient Greek, a journalist, historian, novelist and poet, and the author of 25 popular collections of fairy tales; his edition of the Arabian Nights’ Entertainment was published in 1898. He became a Fellow of the British Academy in 1906, and died in 1912.

The Story of Sidi-Nouman

release date: Nov 17, 2021
The Story of Sidi-Nouman
Sidi-Nouman is happy with his new wife, Amina, except for one thing: her strange way of eating just a few grains of rice at each meal. One night, hearing her slip out of the house, Sidi-Nouman follows her to a cemetery, and discovers the terrible secret behind his wife’s peculiar diet. When he confronts her, Sidi-Nouman becomes the victim of magic. Will he be able to break the spell and turn the tables on Amina? Find out in this story of monsters, magic, and transformation, the thirty-first of the 34 tales in the classic Arabian Nights collection, translated into English by Andrew Lang. A treasure-trove of timeless stories, the One Thousand and One Nights or Arabian Nights have been loved, imitated, and added to over many centuries. Similar to the fairy tales collected by the Brothers Grimm, the Arabian Nights are drawn from the folklore of India, Iran and the Middle East, and were collected in Arabic versions throughout the medieval period; others were added as recently as the eighteenth century. These stories of the exotic East have been popularised for new generations by film adaptations such as Disney’s Aladdin, starring Robin Williams and Gilbert Gottfried in 1992, and Will Smith in 2019, and Dreamworks’ Sinbad, starring Brad Pitt and Michelle Pfeiffer. They continue to inspire writers as varied as Salman Rushdie and Neil Gaiman, while numerous Bollywood and manga versions attest to their popularity around the world. These stories of magic, adventure and romance have shaped readers’ imaginations for generations, and are sure to be retold for years to come. This selection was translated by Andrew Lang from the French versions by Antoine Galland, who was the first to include the stories of Aladdin and Ali Baba. Born in Scotland in 1844, Lang was a scholar of ancient Greek, a journalist, historian, novelist and poet, and the author of 25 popular collections of fairy tales; his edition of the Arabian Nights’ Entertainment was published in 1898. He became a Fellow of the British Academy in 1906, and died in 1912.

The Story of Ali Cogia, Merchant of Bagdad

release date: Nov 17, 2021
The Story of Ali Cogia, Merchant of Bagdad
Before Ali Cogia goes on a pilgrimage to Mecca, he hides a thousand pieces of gold in a jar of olives, and leaves it for safekeeping with a neighbour. But after seven years, the neighbour’s curiosity gets the better of him: he finds Ali’s fortune, and steals it. How will Ali be able to retrieve his wealth when he returns? Perhaps the answer lies in the wisdom of a little child... Discover the riches of "The Tale of Ali Cogia, Merchant of Bagdad", the thirty-second of the 34 tales in the classic Arabian Nights collection, translated into English by Andrew Lang. A treasure-trove of timeless stories, the One Thousand and One Nights or Arabian Nights have been loved, imitated, and added to over many centuries. Similar to the fairy tales collected by the Brothers Grimm, the Arabian Nights are drawn from the folklore of India, Iran and the Middle East, and were collected in Arabic versions throughout the medieval period; others were added as recently as the eighteenth century. These stories of the exotic East have been popularised for new generations by film adaptations such as Disney’s Aladdin, starring Robin Williams and Gilbert Gottfried in 1992, and Will Smith in 2019, and Dreamworks’ Sinbad, starring Brad Pitt and Michelle Pfeiffer. They continue to inspire writers as varied as Salman Rushdie and Neil Gaiman, while numerous Bollywood and manga versions attest to their popularity around the world. These stories of magic, adventure and romance have shaped readers’ imaginations for generations, and are sure to be retold for years to come. This selection was translated by Andrew Lang from the French versions by Antoine Galland, who was the first to include the stories of Aladdin and Ali Baba. Born in Scotland in 1844, Lang was a scholar of ancient Greek, a journalist, historian, novelist and poet, and the author of 25 popular collections of fairy tales; his edition of the Arabian Nights’ Entertainment was published in 1898. He became a Fellow of the British Academy in 1906, and died in 1912.

The Story of Two Sisters Who Were Jealous of Their Younger Sister

release date: Nov 17, 2021
The Story of Two Sisters Who Were Jealous of Their Younger Sister
Kosrouschah the Sultan overhears three sisters daydreaming about their future husbands: the eldest wishes to marry the Sultan’s baker so she would never go hungry; the second wishes to marry the Sultan’s carpenter so she would never be homeless; the youngest wishes to marry the Sultan – who instantly falls in love with her. As time passes, however, the older sisters grow jealous of the Sultana, so they decide to take their revenge, kidnapping and abandoning her three children. Rescued and brought up by a humble gardener, the children must complete a magical quest to reunite their family. Discover the enchantment of this Cinderella-like fairy tale, the last of the 34 tales in the classic Arabian Nights collection, translated into English by Andrew Lang. A treasure-trove of timeless stories, the One Thousand and One Nights or Arabian Nights have been loved, imitated, and added to over many centuries. Similar to the fairy tales collected by the Brothers Grimm, the Arabian Nights are drawn from the folklore of India, Iran and the Middle East, and were collected in Arabic versions throughout the medieval period; others were added as recently as the eighteenth century. These stories of the exotic East have been popularised for new generations by film adaptations such as Disney’s Aladdin, starring Robin Williams and Gilbert Gottfried in 1992, and Will Smith in 2019, and Dreamworks’ Sinbad, starring Brad Pitt and Michelle Pfeiffer. They continue to inspire writers as varied as Salman Rushdie and Neil Gaiman, while numerous Bollywood and manga versions attest to their popularity around the world. These stories of magic, adventure and romance have shaped readers’ imaginations for generations, and are sure to be retold for years to come. This selection was translated by Andrew Lang from the French versions by Antoine Galland, who was the first to include the stories of Aladdin and Ali Baba. Born in Scotland in 1844, Lang was a scholar of ancient Greek, a journalist, historian, novelist and poet, and the author of 25 popular collections of fairy tales; his edition of the Arabian Nights’ Entertainment was published in 1898. He became a Fellow of the British Academy in 1906, and died in 1912.

The Adventures of Prince Camaralzaman and the Princess Badoura

release date: Nov 17, 2021
The Adventures of Prince Camaralzaman and the Princess Badoura
Everyone has imagined the boy or girl of their dreams – but what would happen if they appeared in the middle of the night, and disappeared in the morning? Camaralzaman is prince of an island near Persia; Badoura is Princess of China; both have been imprisoned for refusing to marry as their parents wished. But when a fairy and a genie magically bring them together one night, they fall in love and marry on the spot. Now they must search the world for one another, and find some way to make their parents accept their love. Be spirited away by this magical love-story, the twenty-sixth of the 34 tales in the classic Arabian Nights collection, translated by Andrew Lang. A treasure-trove of timeless stories, the One Thousand and One Nights or Arabian Nights have been loved, imitated, and added to over many centuries. Similar to the fairy tales collected by the Brothers Grimm, the Arabian Nights are drawn from the folklore of India, Iran and the Middle East, and were collected in Arabic versions throughout the medieval period; others were added as recently as the eighteenth century. These stories of the exotic East have been popularised for new generations by film adaptations such as Disney’s Aladdin, starring Robin Williams and Gilbert Gottfried in 1992, and Will Smith in 2019, and Dreamworks’ Sinbad, starring Brad Pitt and Michelle Pfeiffer. They continue to inspire writers as varied as Salman Rushdie and Neil Gaiman, while numerous Bollywood and manga versions attest to their popularity around the world. These stories of magic, adventure and romance have shaped readers’ imaginations for generations, and are sure to be retold for years to come. This selection was translated by Andrew Lang from the French versions by Antoine Galland, who was the first to include the stories of Aladdin and Ali Baba. Born in Scotland in 1844, Lang was a scholar of ancient Greek, a journalist, historian, novelist and poet, and the author of 25 popular collections of fairy tales; his edition of the Arabian Nights’ Entertainment was published in 1898. He became a Fellow of the British Academy in 1906, and died in 1912.

Drunk Flies and Stoned Dolphins

release date: Nov 16, 2021
Drunk Flies and Stoned Dolphins
From the cup of coffee that jumpstarts the day to dangerously addictive drugs, the recreational use of plants with psychoactive properties has a long history among humans. But, as with many things, it turns out that other animals got there first. From parrots to primates, consuming medicinal chemicals is an instinctive behavior that helps countless organisms fight infection and treat disease. But the similarities don't end there: Like us, many creatures also consume substances that have no apparent benefit . . . except for inducing intoxication. In fact, animals have been using drugs for recreational purposes since prehistoric times. We may even have animals to thank for the idea—legend says that coffee was discovered by observing the behavior of goats that had eaten it. In his previous book, Strange Survivors, author and biologist Oné R. Pagán introduced readers to some of the truly bizarre strategies animals use to survive in the cutthroat world of natural selection. Now, in Drunk Flies and Stoned Dolphins, he sheds light on the surprising cravings they indulge when it's time to unwind. In this book, you'll get an eye-opening glimpse into the mind-altering behavior of the non-human members of the animal kingdom, spanning insects to elephants—including the dolphin species that apparently likes to pass around an intoxicating pufferfish as if they were sharing a joint. Combining fascinating science with humor and enthusiasm, Pagán's latest is full of the kind of unforgettable stories and odd facts that you'll find yourself repeating to everyone you meet. From fruit fly happy hour to the evolutionary reasons behind nature's drugs, Drunk Flies and Stoned Dolphins takes you on a trip through the colorful world of animal intoxication—and along the way, explores what this science reveals about the surprising connections between all the world's creatures.

One Vulnerable Dot

release date: Nov 12, 2021
One Vulnerable Dot
Souls who fall for the storms, And live with the winds, Coming from far, Of miles unknown. In search of that home, Where they’d belong. This journey begun, when I was drowning deep in despair, with mental breakdown, fell down faded, like ashes in ground. Abandoned in knowns, World said ‘ you deserve to be alone for being a social disaster “, while Patriarchy said, “a submissive gender has no right to be a defender”. To talk it out, I started to write, that sailed me through the darkest of nights. And I discovered poetry, as healing soul song. Thus my journal became a journey, written in verse all narrating a story I Risked therefore I am I Failed therefore I am I conquered therefore I am. .

You Are My Favorite Thing to Do

release date: Jan 20, 2020
You Are My Favorite Thing to Do
Our Funny and Romantic Lined Notebook is the perfect Gift for Valentine's Day, Birthday, Christmas or Anniversary. It comes with a beautiful cover design and a powerful message in the interior (go to look inside and check first page), in addition to high quality lined pages for journaling and notes taking. Premium lined notebook - 120 Pages Beautifully printed cover design Sheet size: 6" x 9" Makes great gift for Valentine's Day, Birthday or Anniversary Sturdy matte softcover to support the inner papers Easy to flip the paper Writing lines printed on both sides of the page Popular lined notebook great for journaling or daily note-taking We offer you an advanced romantic gift with the price of a regular one Get Yours Today! We have other Funny And Romantic Gifts for men and women of all ages. Please visit our author's page to find other cool gifts for you and your loved ones.

Anécdotas 1

release date: Jul 10, 2021
Anécdotas 1
Anécdotas 1 is an innovative and specialized program for Spanish for Heritage Speakers classes in the US. Our approach is unique, student and teacher friendly, as well as rigorous in developing the language skills needed to succeed in the classroom and the career path they may choose.

Short Stories from Down the Pub

release date: Jun 30, 2021
Short Stories from Down the Pub
An idea was born in December 2020, during lockdown, to encourage those who work in the Hospitality Sector (or even just those who love it), to share their pub stories and create a book to both celebrate and remember the Great British Pub. The originator was keen to relieve the lockdown induced boredom, stress and curtailed socialising, amongst the workforce of the UK's largest pub company. This idea developed a life of its own, and quickly evolved into an exciting challenge to create a charity fund raising book of short stories from within, about, or just simply from 'down' the Pub. The interest was overwhelming from those who saw it as a creative escape from the prison of their own homes, and had a pub related tale to tell. A team was quickly assembled to administer and facilitate this challenge with four lead editors, and a cast of over fifty assistant editors, and consider the hundreds of stories that reflected life across the industry spectrum. They ranged from Tarantula escapes, to love made in the car park; and from pranks on 'locals, ' to fund raising efforts for needy strangers. From the arrival of the first tale in early February, until the entry deadline of June 21st 2021, the volunteer book team worked tirelessly on editing and proofing. Agonizing decisions were made on what would and wouldn't make the final cut of the first edition. First edits became second, and second edits became third edits. Final proofs were then completed in early June, in readiness for publishing and launch alongside the full re-opening of our beloved pubs (with no restrictions on trading). The result of all this love and toil, is a book of "Short Stories from Down the Pub," written predominantly by those who work within them. From team members to board directors. It is a light hearted, authentic and eclectic look inside the sacred hub of sociability that is the Great British Pub, written by those without whom, it could not exist. All proceeds from this book go directly to the Licensed Trade Charity, which exclusively supports Pub People, in times of hardship.

Twenty One Pilots - Scaled and Icy

release date: Aug 15, 2021
Twenty One Pilots - Scaled and Icy
(Piano/Vocal/Guitar Artist Songbook). 11 songs in piano/vocal/guitar arrangements from the 2021 release by twenty one pilots. Includes: Bounce Man * Choker * Formidable * Good Day * Mulberry Street * Never Take It * No Chances * The Outside * Redecorate * Saturday * Shy Away.

Answering the Call

release date: May 01, 2021
Answering the Call
This book looks at the multiple ways that the people and institutions of Erie County, Pennsylvania, responded when the United States went to war in 1917. It gives special attention to those who served in the military and, especially, to those who fell. It lists some 200 names and short biographies of those who lost their lives during the war or shortly after. It also has a listing of approximately 2,300 men and women connected in some way to Erie County who served in the United States military during World War One. Another listing includes those cited for valor during the war. Chapters on U.S. Army and Navy units with connections to Erie County are featured. Produced by the Erie County World War One Centennial Committee, the book also looks at notable individuals, homefront efforts, the contribution of women's groups, the postwar pilgrimage of mothers to battlefield cemeteries, and the construction of Erie's ultimate memorial to its veterans, the Erie Veterans Memorial Stadium.
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