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Ms. Mabel's Fables By Alicia Dukes
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Ms. Mabel is a no-nonsense mother who has got her hands full raising her mischievous group of foster children. Ms. Mabel's Fables is a collection of three illustrated, vocabulary packed, short story... More > fables that explore some of the issues faced by today's youth: dishonesty, bullying, and peer pressure. At the end of each story, there is a question that allows children to come up with a moral of their own.< Less
Ms. Mabel's Fables By Alicia Dukes
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Ms. Mabel is a no-nonsense mother who has got her hands full raising her mischievous group of foster children. Ms. Mabel's Fables is a collection of three illustrated, vocabulary packed, short story... More > fables that explore some of the issues faced by today's youth: dishonesty, bullying, and peer pressure. At the end of each story, there is a question that allows children to come up with a moral of their own.< Less
A Changed Man and Other Tales By Thomas Hardy
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A classic collection of short stories, featuring the following: A CHANGED MAN, THE WAITING SUPPER, ALICIA’S DIARY, THE GRAVE BY THE HANDPOST, ENTER A DRAGOON, A TRYST AT AN... More > ANCIENT EARTH WORK, WHAT THE SHEPHERD SAW: A TALE OF FOUR MOONLIGHT NIGHTS, A COMMITTEE-MAN OF ‘THE TERROR’, MASTER JOHN HORSELEIGH KNIGHT, THE DUKE’S REAPPEARANCE—A FAMILY TRADITION, A MERE INTERLUDE.< Less
Adventures on the Roof of the World By Mrs. Aubrey le Blond
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Elizabeth Hawkins-Whitshed (1860 – 27 July 1934), usually... More > known after her third marriage as Mrs Aubrey Le Blond and to her climbing friends as Lizzie Le Blond, was a British pioneer of mountaineering in a time when it was almost unheard of for a woman to climb mountains. She was also an author and a photographer of mountain scenery.She came from an upper-class background, being the daughter of Captain Sir St Vincent Hawkins-Whitshed, 3rd Baronet (1837–71) (see Hawkins-Whitshed baronets) by his wife Anne Alicia (née Handcock) (1837–1908), and further back was descended from the aristocratic Bentinck family, and was therefore related to the Dukes of Portland.She grew up in Greystones, County Wicklow in the south-east of Ireland, where her father owned quite a bit of land. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elizabeth_Hawkins-Whitshed< Less