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King of the Mountains By Edmond About
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Edmond About was a best-selling author of the last half of the 1800's, in France. This book, The King of the Mountains, by an anonymous translator, is one of his most famous. It is also very good,... More > and very funny, with all that subtle French sarcasm that is done so well by the French. Along with the story, Andrew Lang provided a short Introduction, Edmond About and Greece, Edmund Gosse, the series Editor-In-Chief, wrote a brief Biographical Note, and Octave Uzanne discussed Portraits of Edmond About, that he saw when he visited his widow. Many engravings of the pictures that he saw are included in that chapter, and some of them had never been published before. Another great book by Edmond About is The Man with the Broken Ear, translated by Henry Holt. It is on Elfinspell as well. In both, the emphasis on scientific material as part of the theme and the descriptions is marked, and enjoyable, to boot.< Less
Author of over 225 published books (President, in a life. By About Author Melissa J. White
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Each classroom. Each book. Never has to work. War clock (First husband Jesus – No first husband can replace anyone in the White House) = more than a whole check done. Yes to The White house.... More > Yes to President, I pray thee, Lord God, Lord God. Ready now. WAITING FOR CHECK AND KEYS TO ALL! READY AT 10 AM, still ready today!. Ready for The White House. Melissa White never to marry, White House. White House I am not married and have Kids (good and beautiful and having fun...) in the White House. I have Kids, If I was his wife. Kill. I have kids going with me. (not giving up full command). Not a marriage. never married. Melissa White never to marry, White House. White House War clock.< Less
How to Travel Solo By Girl about the Globe
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Discover exactly how to travel solo with this short ebook full of practical advice. From choosing the right destination to booking flights and accommodation, this book covers everything you need to... More > plan your solo trip.< Less
You have to know... that's not me healing and deliverance journal VII By About Melissa White
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You have to ... that's not me… is a series of healing and deliverance books given by God for his people. In each volume you will find freedom and peace in the spirit. The spirit of the Lord is... More > moving and ready to heal. In this volume, You have to ... that's not me... you will go deeper with God into a place of deliverance and allow God to fill you with restoration. When you sin against God, you fall and loose spiritual giftings in the spirit that you once had. You also loose that close fellowship that you once had with him. Some of your light begins to leave and you become darkened in the spirit; you are now moved further away from God.< Less
La nariz de un notario [Spanish] By Edmond About
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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: Edmond François Valentin About (14 February 1828 –... More > 16 January 1885) was a French novelist, publicist and journalist.About was born at Dieuze, in the Moselle département in the Lorraine region of France. In 1848 he entered the École Normale, taking second place in the annual competition for admission in which Hippolyte Taine came first. Among his college contemporaries, besides Taine, were Francisque Sarcey, Challemel-Lacour and Prevost-Paradol. Of them all, About was considered the most highly vitalized, exuberant, brilliant and "undisciplined". Excerpt from:< Less
Germana [Spanish] By Edmond About
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Germana Marucelli (13 October 1905 - 23 February 1983) was an Italian fashion designer.Born in Settignano, Florence into a family of craftsmen, after the primary school at 11 years old Marucelli... More > started working as an apprentice in her uncle's atelier, Chiostri. In 1925 she left Chiostri to work in another Florentine atelier, and in 1932 she was appointed director of Gastaldi tailoring in Genoa.In 1938 Marucelli moved to Milan, where in via Borgospesso she opened her first atelier. During the war she was forced to abandon the atelier and to move in Stresa, guest of her friend and loyal customer Flora d’Elys. During the war years she conceived a new type of fashion, characterized by hourglass silhouettes, thus anticipating the New Look by Christian Dior. Excerpt from: Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book.< Less
It's All About The Awesome Poets from Fairfield Academy By Open Books
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This is an important book. It marks an achievement and a transition in the lives of thirteen middle school students from Fairfield Scholastic Academy in the Chicago Lawn neighborhood. For many of... More > the authors represented within these pages, you’re witnessing the moment that they discovered they are poets. During the fall of 2012, a cadre of Open Books staff, interns, and tremendous volunteers spent seven weeks traveling to Fairfield to work with the students there as part of their after school program. In some ways, we had it too easy. The Fairfield poets were eager to learn about writing, to delve into reading, and to perform, tweak, and script their words. We just helped them along.< Less
About... By Antoine Burckle
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This small book aim to help preachers leading the community prayer and give an enlightned sermon
Book about mix By Viktor Saenko
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A Book About Lawyers (Illustrated) By John Cordy Jeaffreson
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“Whatever its drawbacks, the system which encouraged the young barrister to marry on a modest income, and make his wife 'happy in chambers,' must have had special advantages. In their Inn the... More > husband was near every source of diversion for which he greatly cared, and the wife was surrounded by the friends of either sex in whose society she took most pleasure—friends who, like herself, 'lived in the Inn,' or in one of the immediately adjacent streets. In 'hall' he dined and drank wine with his professional compeers and the wits of the bar: the 'library' supplied him not only with law books, but with poems and dramas, with merry trifles written for the stage, and satires fresh from the Row; 'the chapel'—or if he were a Templer, 'the church'—was his habitual place of worship, where there were sittings for his wife and children as well as for himself;"< Less