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The Sheep of Poshington Hall Farm By Marcia Mason
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Hekla and Freya live at Poshington Hall Farm in the Lake District. They look like many sheep with silly smiles, beautiful woollen fleeces and horns, but they are not. They are in fact Icelandic... More > sheep that possess secret troll-given magical powers in their fleeces, and go on wonderful adventures. In this book, the sheep get up to all sorts of mischief on their visit to Poshington Hall.< Less
The Sheep of Poshington Hall Farm Go On A Cruise By Marcia Mason
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Hekla and Freya live at Poshington Hall Farm in the Lake District. They look like many sheep with silly smiles, beautiful woollen fleeces and horns, but they are not. They are in fact Icelandic sheep... More > that possess secret troll-given magical powers in their fleeces and go on wonderful adventures. In this book, the sheep go on a cruise and use their troll-given magic to help catch robbers.< Less
The Sheep of Poshington Hall Farm’s Flying Visit To Iceland By Marcia Mason
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Hekla and Freya live at Poshington Hall Farm in the Lake District. They look like many sheep with silly smiles, beautiful woollen fleeces and horns, but they are not. They are in fact Icelandic sheep... More > that possess secret troll-given magical powers in their fleeces and go on wonderful adventures. In this book, the sheep learn to fly, meet their friendly troll, and rescue some of their family from being eaten in Iceland.< Less
North Point Farm By George Brower Hall
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George Hall vividly recalls life in the 1930's and 1940's at the North Point Farm in rural Isle La Motte, VT. Humor and poignancy abound as these collected narratives demonstrate a way of life that... More > was close to nature and built strong community. Originally written as letters to his grandchildren, the collected stories describe both everyday events and life-or-death experiences. Readers will enjoy the nostalgic feel and gain insights into sustainability applicable to the 21st century.< Less
DALLAS AND HIS WIFE BROOKE ON THE FARM By dallas hall
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YOU SHOULD READ THIS BOOK BECAUSE YOU CAN GET A LOT OUT OF THIS BOOK IF YOU WANT TO READ THINGS ON FARMING AND THE WORLD WAR 1 AND 2. READ TO FIND OUT WHAT HAPPENED TO JACKSON BROOKE AND DALLAS'S SON... More > AND HOW HE GOT CAR SICK.< Less
Hall Family Memories By Frances Hall-Reynolds
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My great, great Aunt's memories of her life growing up on a farm in Iowa, circa 1910-1940.
The Sheep of Poshington Hall Farm: The Trolls’ Knees-Up and Ghostly Goings-On By Marcia Mason
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Hekla and Freya live at Poshington Hall Farm in the Lake District. They look like many sheep with silly smiles, beautiful woollen fleeces and horns, but they are not. They are in fact Icelandic sheep... More > that possess secret troll-given magical powers in their fleeces and go on wonderful adventures. In this book, the sheep join forces with the Spectral Army of Mungrisdale, their friendly Icelandic Lilts troll, and the ghosts of Poshington Hall to stop partying, greedy, flesh-eating trolls helping themselves to the sheep and residents of the Farm and Hall.< Less
12-The Rover Boys on the Farm By Arthur M. Winfield
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From the author… In the present story, as promised at the conclusion of the last volume, the scene is shifted back to the farm and to dear old Putnam Hall, with their many pleasant... More > associations. As before, Sam, Tom and Dick are to the front, along with several of their friends, and there are a number of adventures,, some comical and some strange and mystifying. At the school the rivalries are as keen as ever, but the Rover boys are on their mettle, and prove their worth on more than one occasion.< Less
Edward & Eleanor and the Wages of Sin: The Hall-Mills Murders of 1922 By Richard Sears Walling
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The Hall-Mills double homicide of 1922 remains America's most famous cold-case. Reverend Edward W. Hall, and his lover, Eleanor Mills, were found under a crab apple tree on an abandoned farm. Now,... More > almost a century later, original evidence, lost for over eighty years, has resurfaced. This new information, coupled with the lovers' story, as told by Eleanor's daughter, Charlotte, brings a whole new perspective on this baffling crime.< Less
Three Acres and Liberty By Bolton Hall
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By thought and courage, we can help ourselves to own a home, surrounded by acres of fruit and vegetables, flowers and poultry, and learn the best methods so as to insure success. In olden times any... More > one could "farm," but it is necessary to-day to teach people to obtain a livelihood directly from the earth. Scientific methods of agriculture have revealed possibilities in the soil that make farming the most fascinating occupation known to man. People in every city are longing for the freedom of country life, yet hesitate to enter into its liberty because no one points the way. It is not the growth of the cities that we want to check, but the needless want and misery in the cities, and this can be done by restoring the natural condition of living. It is easier to live in comfort on the outskirts of the city as producers, than in the slums as paupers. You raise more than vegetables in your garden: you raise your expectation of life. (From Chapter II) Get Your Copy Today!< Less

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