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A Harvest Of Russian Children S Literature

Author : Miriam Morton
ISBN : 0520017455
Genre : Children's literature
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An anthology of favorite Russian poems, stories and folk tales for children, arranged in sections for three different age groups, and a collection of folklore.

The Best On The East Mystery And Adventures

Author : Natalya Tcachenco
ISBN : 9780975443347
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Velichko, Vera The Best on the East, volume 1: XX century most well-loved fiction from Eastern Europe for kids and adults / by Vera Velichko.- 1st ed.

The Adventures Of Dunno And His Friends

Author : Nikolai Nosov
ISBN : 0714716421
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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The Adventures Of Darby O Gill And The Little People

Author : Herminie Templeton Kavanagh
ISBN : 9781329377929
Genre : Fiction
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These Whimsical folktales bring you the jumble and tumble of men and magical creatures who walk the lanes of the Emerald Isle by day and wander its fields by night. This history sets forth the only true account of the adventures of a daring Tipperary man named Darby O'Gill among the Fairies of Sleive-na-mon. These little people had long been feared by the good folk, always frightened that some curse might lead even the best of souls unto an exile in the fairy realm. Darby may not be able to hold onto their boon of three wishes or avoid being the butt of a joke, but he does earn the respect of their King and the chance to be merry with his friends from the enchanted realm. The Adventures of Darby O'Gill brings together the tales originally published in Kavanagh's two books, Darby O'Gill and the Good People, and Ashes of Old Wishes. The stories, filled with humor and adventure, bring Irish fairy mythology to life, as Darby and other characters meet these supernatural creatures.

The Further Adventures Of Thadeus Burke

Author : Terry Minahan
ISBN : 9781905513970
Genre : Fiction
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Thadeus Burke has his hands full again when an office boy goes missing, a child is kidnapped and a death occurs at a séance.

The Adventures Of Chucky And Ginger As Told To Little Cowboy

Author : Jarles Alberg
ISBN : 9781483453217
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Chucky and Mother were home the day the deliveryman brought the crate into their living room. They could not imagine what might be in such a big box, but Mother let little Chucky open the crate by himself even though he was only three years old. Inside was the most beautiful puppy he had ever seen. Chucky named the pup Ginger, and she became part of their family. From the moment they met, Chucky and Ginger loved one another; the bond between them would last for many years. During the summer of 1952, Chucky, Ginger, and their whole family prepared to move from their home in Kansas to a new home in Indiana. Before making the big trip, though, it was decided: they would all spend the summer in North Carolina. Grandmother and Granddaddy South lived on a tobacco farm, and upon Chucky's arrival, the adventures begin. Chucky and his sister Sandy explore to their hearts' content. Even uncles and aunts join in the fun as one loving family spends a magical summer together.

Adventures With Ed

Author : Jack Loeffler
ISBN : 082632388X
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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No writer has had a greater influence on the American West than Edward Abbey (1927-89), author of twenty-one books of fiction and nonfiction. This long-awaited biographical memoir by one of Abbey's closest friends is a tribute to the gadfly anarchist who popularized environmental activism in his novelThe Monkey Wrench Gangand articulated the spirit of the arid West in Desert Solitaire and scores of other essays and articles. In the course of a twenty-year friendship Ed Abbey and Jack Loeffler shared hundreds of campfires, hiked thousands of miles, and talked endlessly about the meaning of life. To read Loeffler's account of his best pal's life and work is to join in their friendship. Born and raised in Pennsylvania, Abbey came west to attend the University of New Mexico on the G.I. Bill. His natural inclination toward anarchism led him to study philosophy, but after earning an M.A. he rejected academic life and worked off and on for years as a backcountry ranger and fire lookout around the Southwest. His 1956 novel The Brave Cowboy launched his literary career, and by the 1970s he was recognized as an important, uniquely American voice. Abbey used his talents to protest against the mining and development of the American West. By the time of his death he had become an idol to environmentalists, writers, and free spirits all over the West. "Ed Abbey and Jack Loeffler were like Don Quijote and Sancho Panza. Loeffler delivers his friend, warts and all on a platter full of reverence and irreverence and carefully researched factual information, interspersed with hearty laughter and much serious consideration of all life's Great Questions. Jack's story elucidates and demythifies the Abbey legend, giving us powerful flesh and blood instead."--John Nichols

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