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Scoundrel or Saint and Marple Bridge Murder By Jean Day
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This is the story of Margaret Forbes, who attempts to make a book of the story of her father's correspondence with Edward Gibbon Wakefield. The story is set in 1862, but relates to the period from... More > 1826 to 1864.< Less
Scoundrel or Saint and Marple Bridge Murder By Jean Day
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This is the story of Margaret Forbes, who attempts to make a book of the story of her father's correspondence with Edward Gibbon Wakefield. The story is set in 1862, but relates to the period from... More > 1826 to 1864.< Less
This Simian World By Clarence Day
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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: Clarence Shepard Day, Jr. (November 18, 1874 – December 28,... More > 1935) was an American author and cartoonist, best known for his 1935 work Life With Father.Born in New York City, he attended St. Paul's School and graduated from Yale University in 1896, where he edited campus humor magazine The Yale Record.The following year, he joined the New York Stock Exchange, and became a partner in his father's Wall Street brokerage firm. Day enlisted in the Navy in 1898, but developed crippling arthritis and spent the remainder of his life as a semi-invalid.Day's most famous work is the autobiographical Life with Father (1935), which detailed humorous episodes in his family's life, centering on his domineering father, during the 1890s in New York City. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clarence_Day< Less
Dakota Diary By Jean Day
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Mattie and Cora Sue Kellogg spend six weeks traveling on the train and riverboat to Bismarck, Dakota Territory in 1883. They discover quite alot about their father (who was murdered by Indians in the... More > Battle of the Little Bighorn in 1876), and his friends from Bismarck.< Less
The Dying Rose By Isabel Day
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Once there lived a girl, who lived in Thanona, a little provential village. Her mother was dead, her father was a ruined merchant turned inventor, and her sisters were babied. They missed the life... More > they lived before their father's ruin, in the city. But not her. Arabella Durand is happy in the village. She runs her father's house, and takes on all the responsibility therein. But when she catches the eye of the most eligible bachelor in the village, whom she finds arrogant and boarish, Arabella is distraught. After being forced to plan a wedding she doesn't want, due to a misunderstanding, Arabella goes out into the woods to clear her head. She soon gets lost, and comes across a ruined castle. And once she goes inside, she becomes the prisoner of a monster. But sometimes things aren't always what they seem. Love and hatred, jealousy and admiration, monsters and men: they are separated by a fine line. And when that line blurs, Arabella must learn what the difference in truth and reality is.< Less
The Red Devils By Jean Day
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Mattie and Cora Sue Kellogg, the young daughters of the murdered Mark Kellogg, learn more of the life and work of their journalist father, who followed the 7th Cavalry into the Little Big Horn and... More > was one of Custer's men who died there. Also explored are other famous people of the 19th century: P.T. Barnum, A. Lincoln, C. Dickens, H. Beech Stowe, Sacagawea and Mark Twain.< Less
The Red Devils By Jean Day
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Mattie and Cora Sue Kellogg, the young daughters of the murdered Mark Kellogg, learn more of the life and work of their journalist father, who followed the 7th Cavalry into the Little Big Horn and... More > was one of Custer's men who died there. Also explored are other famous people of the 19th century: P.T. Barnum, A. Lincoln, C. Dickens, H. Beech Stowe, Sacagawea and Mark Twain.< Less
Whooping Cough - A Journey Towards Truth By Paul Day
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This book reveals the truth surrounding Whooping Cough (Pertussis); the disease and the vaccines. It is written by a committed father who answers the 15 straight forward questions that he asked when... More > his first child was born. While the questions were very easy to ask, the answers took more than thirteen years to find. The required research went well beyond that which may be considered reasonable for a basic medical issue such as vaccination.< Less
Whooping Cough - A Journey Towards Truth By Paul Day
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This book reveals the truth surrounding Whooping Cough (Pertussis); the disease and the vaccines. It is written by a committed father who answers the 15 straight forward questions that he asked when... More > his first child was born. While the questions were very easy to ask, the answers took more than thirteen years to find. The required research went well beyond that which may be considered reasonable for a basic medical issue such as vaccination.< Less
Mama's Diamonds By Emcie Day
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Ms. Day was born and raised in a small town in upstate New York during the late 30’s through the early 50’s. Being part of a family of nine children and an alcoholic father brought on... More > many hardships, yet there were many delightful moments as well. “Mama’s Diamonds” is a collection of these tales. The story tells of the extent that the mother and children of this poor Irish family had to go through and the things they had to endure in order to survive. Their wily nature helped. Mama O’Brien loved all her children and would have been shocked to know what devious means they used and the risks they took in order to obtain some of the necessities of life. Perhaps she knew, but just couldn’t bear to acknowledge that this was for the most part, required in order to supplement the meager substance provided by their father. One might ask about her precious diamonds and their worth, and why couldn’t they be used to help support the family; but they did … just not in a materialistic sense.< Less

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Birth Log Book Birth Log Book By Emily Rumsey
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