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Author: Clara Dillingham Pierson
Publisher: Chapel Hill, NC : Yesterday's Classics, ©2005.
ISBNISSN: 9781599150185, 1599150182
Genre: Anecdotes, Fiction, Juvenile works, Juvenile fiction
Notes: 135 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Responsibility: Among the forest people
Edition: Print book : Fiction : Juvenile audience : English
"An unabridged republication of the work originally published by E.P. Dutton & Company in 1898"--Title page verso.

Nature stories for young children, including tales of red squirrels, great horned owls, rattlesnakes and bats. Children learn many entertaining facts about the lives and habits of the forest animals, within the context of each story.
Vol. 1: "Formerly Michigan Ghost Towns I and II."
Vol. 2: "Formerly Michigan Ghost Towns III." Old friendships -- and love -- make all things new again. Bay McCabe relishes life's simple pleasures, her children, her home by the sea. She has never forgotten the values of her Irish granny -- the everyday happiness of family, good friends, and hard work. Bay and her husband, Sean, have weathered rough spells and moved on. Now a perfect summer, filled with the scent of beach roses, lies before them. Charming and ambitious, Sean splits his energy between the town bank, his old fishing boat, and the family he seems to adore -- until he leaves his young daughter stranded after school. As troubling memories resurface, a phone call confirms that Sean is missing. So begins a season that will change everything. As the door to all Bay cherishes seems to close forever, another opens, and an old love steps through. Embraced by enduring friendships, Bay will discover the truth of who she is -- what love is -- and how life's deepest mysteries are often those closest to home. Edition statement from copyright notice on title page verso.
"MECP mobile electronics certified professional." A teenager, determined to end the reign of his abusive, alcoholic father, ends up accused of a murder he didn't commit. A noted Klansman, Miran Thompson, has been killed, and the prime suspect in his murder case is seventeen-year-old Larry Henderson. Complicating matters, Larry's father, Officer Perry Henderson, is deeply involved in the case. To the casual observer, the evidence against Larry is overwhelming. If convicted he would surely receive the death penalty. In order to avoid death row, Perry convinces his son to plead guilty. He promises to do all he can to prove Larry innocent. But are Perry's motivations so pure? The father and son's turbulent past has created a deep rift between them, and Perry is afraid of the teen's repeated promises for vengeance. Believing he is being set up for murder, Perry instead aims the evidence at his own son, allowing him to take the fall -- but will his scheme succeed, or will Larry be proven innocent? No. 11 in the series of books featuring Andrew Drubble. Third effort, "twenty-second time 'round." Frustrated because the rules for her class's Pet Day will not let her take her dog to school, Junie B. Jones considers taking a raccoon, a worm, a dead fish, and other unusual replacements. "Vertigo"--Cover.
Reprint series of Alan Moore's Saga of the Swamp Thing. "The objective of the MECP basic installation technician study guide is to prepare you to become a certified Installation Technician in the basic elements of mobile electronics installation."--Introduction (p. [11]). v. 1. Book 1. Antiquities. Book 2. Ecclesiarum clypei. Book 3. Plybius. --
v. 2. Book 4. Sal gentium. Book 5. Acts and monuments. Book 6. Thaumaturgus. Book 7. Ecclesiarum praelia. Jesus of Nazareth --
The Prophet Mohammed --
Queen Elizabeth I --
King Charles I --
Oliver Cromwell --
George Washington --
Thomas Jefferson --
Napoleon Bonaparte --
Abraham Lincoln --
Susan B. Anthony --
Emmeline Pankhurst --
Patrick Pearse --
Woodrow Wilson --
Vladimir Ilyich Lenin --
Clarence Darrow --
Mohandas K. Gandhi --
Franklin D. Roosevelt --
Adolf Hitler --
Neville Chamberlain --
Joseph Stalin --
Winston Churchilll --
Charles de Gaulle --
Vyacheslav Molotov --
George S. Patton, Jr. --
Emperor Hirohito --
J. Robert Oppenheimer --
Jawaharlal Nehru --
Douglas MacArthur --
Nikita Krushchev --
John F. Kennedy --
Martin Luther King, Jr. --
Nelson Mandela --
Malcolm X --
Pierre Trudeau --
Richard Nixon --
Indira Gandhi --
Chaim Herzog --
Anwar al-Sadat --
Pope John Paul II --
Ronald Reagan --
Mikhail Gorbachev --
Václav Havel --
Earl Spencer --
Elie Wiesel --
George W. Bush --
Gerry Adams --
Kevin Rudd --
Barack Obama --
Index of speakers and key lines. A reissue of the text of the 1853-55 ed., each book having special t.p. The Reasons for Notekeeping: An Overview ; The Hardware of Notekeeping: Books, Pens, and Paper ; Legal and Ethical Aspects: Ownership, Rights, and Obligations ; Management of Notekeeping: Practices for Issuance, Use, and Storage of Notebooks ; Organizing and Writing the Notebook: Be Flexible ; Examples of Notebook Entries ; Patents: Protecting the Investment ; The Electronic Notebook Getting started; working with forms; working with views; working with frames; writing JavaScript; writing LotusScript; writing Java applications; writing Java agents; writing Java applets; writing Java servlets. Includes an excerpt of Dance with me at end. Introduction --
Basic electronics and vehicle electrical systems --
Entry-level installation knowledge and technique --
Introduction to mobile audio/video systems --
Introduction to security and convenience systems --
Introduction to in-vehicle information and safety systems. Includes index. "A collection of songs from the musical stage, categorized by voice type. The selections are presented in their authentic settings, excerpted from the original vocal scores." Reprint. Originally published: Exeter : Paternoster Press, ©1965.
American ed., 1965, published by Eerdmans as: The letters of Paul, an expanded version. "Legends of the Old West, plus characters both real and fictional, enliven the shenanigans, commencing with Buffalo Bill Cody, a head in a jar atop a mechanical body, escorting his Wild West Show by zeppelin to Japan." The silly story of an anteater who doesn't eat ants. "New essays, statistical profiles, and overlooked "nuggets" from the man who revolutionized baseball analysis"--Cover. Originally published in 1985. "Includes GPS coordinates"--Cover. Cover title.
On board pages. Written from a child's point of view, asking God for help with behavior problems. Translated by John Veitch, selected and with an introduction by Tom Griffith. "Revised and updated"--Jacket. When Beeper accidentally releases the escape hatch to the Time-a-Tron, the time travelers must protect themselves from the world's most fearsome creature, Tyrannosaurus rex. Datos tomados de la pegatina del disco.
Tít. paralelo en árabe (precede al inglés).
En un envase con forma de libro, con 19 p. de texto y 20 cm. Teeka Love gave up her drug empire and moved to California with her mother after she was almost convicted of killing John Gucci, a mob member. Death followed her when she and her cousin Cyrisa (Cye) discovered the brutally violated and murdered bodies of their parents and found Teeka's daughter clinging to life in a bath tub in their California home. Teeka and Cye made a death pact not to leave California until every Gucci family member was dead or they themselves died trying--P. [4] of cover.