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Stop Doing That!

by Simon Carroll
published 22 May 2017
added 24 May 2017
Fiction: Children's Books, Humor

 

The Glassblower's Daughter and Other Tales from Southwest Germany

by Andrew Stiggers
published 20 Feb 2017
added 20 May 2017
Fiction: Literary Collections, Historical Fiction



Story 4: Last of the Minnesingers

Diether swept the floor of the empty stage, bustling about with his broom in near darkness, the faint candlelight flickering from the side curtain as a... keep on reading

 

The Shadow of His Hand: Book One of the Markulian Prophecies

by Benjamin Patterson
published 12 Jun 2017
added 17 May 2017
Fiction: Fantasy, Anthologies and Collections



Was that a scream?

Fredrick had forgotten about the Selection. That explained all the extra traffic. He looked behind him. Travellers and their goods were piling up across the... keep on reading

 

Ancient Tide

by Simon Harding
published 30 Apr 2017
added 17 May 2017
Fiction: Mystery, Romance



Chapter 2

As he watched the relentless breakers surge to shore, for the first time, James could see how they exposed mankind’s very existence for the sham it... keep on reading

 

Little Miss HISTORY Travels to FORD'S THEATER

by Barbara Ann Mojica
published 22 Oct 2014
added 13 May 2017
Non-Fiction: Children's Books, History



Ford's Theater started out as a meeting house for the First Baptist Church of Washington in 1833 with Obadiah Bruen Brown as its first... keep on reading

 

Little Miss HISTORY Travels to SEQUOIA National Park

by Barbara Ann Mojica
published 16 Mar 2014
added 13 May 2017
Non-Fiction: Children's Books, History



Many people confuse sequoia trees with redwood trees. Can you tell the... keep on reading

 

Little Miss HISTORY Travels to The STATUE of LIBERTY

by Barbara Ann Mojica
published 19 Aug 2013
added 13 May 2017
Non-Fiction: Children's Books, History



Edouard De Laboulaye, the father of the Statue of Liberty, came up with the idea for the statue in 1865. He was a Frenchman who supported the Union during... keep on reading

 

Little Miss HISTORY Travels to MOUNT RUSHMORE

by Barbara Ann Mojica
published 26 Aug 2013
added 13 May 2017
Non-Fiction: Children's Books, History



When you travel to Mount Rushmore, you will see the heads of four of our most famous presidents carved into the granite rocks of the Black Hills of South... keep on reading

 

Little Miss HISTORY Travels to MOUNT VERNON

by Barbara Ann Mojica
published 21 Sep 2016
added 12 May 2017
Non-Fiction: Children's Books, History



Samuel Vaughan, an English architect, visited Mount Vernon in 1787. He drew a design for George Washington known as the "Vaughan Plan." That plan... keep on reading

 

Little Miss HISTORY Travels to ELLIS ISLAND

by Barbara Ann Mojica
published 17 Nov 2015
added 12 May 2017
Non-Fiction: Children's Books, History



More than 100 million Americans can trace their ancestry to the immigrants who came through Ellis... keep on reading

 

Little Miss HISTORY Travels to INTREPID Sea, Air & Space Museum

by Barbara Ann Mojica
published 28 Mar 2015
added 12 May 2017
Non-Fiction: Children's Books, History



Today we are traveling by sea, air and Space all at one place. We are on the INTREPID Sea, Air & Space Museum. She's on the Hudson River at Pier 86... keep on reading

 

Vietnam 1971 Remembering The "101st"Then and Now

by Jim Cheskawich
published 15 Dec 2016
added 10 May 2017
Non-Fiction: Memoir, Young Adult



Chapter 1

It has been nearly forty-four years since I finished my eleven-and-a-half month tour with the 101st Airborne Division in Phu Bai,... keep on reading

 

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