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The Golden Goose Book By Mother Hodges
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"The Golden Goose": Each of 3 brothers meets a little gray man who begs a morsel to eat and a swallow of ale. The youngest is generous with the little old man and is rewarded with a golden... More > goose. "The Three Bears": A family of three bears live in a house in the woods. One day, they leave the house unlocked as they go for a walk in the woods. While they are out, Goldilocks comes to the house and makes a little mischief. "The Three Little Pigs": Mother Pig sends her three little piglets out into the world. The first little pig builds a house of straw, the second a house of sticks and the third a house of bricks. A wolf blows down the first two houses, but cannot huff and puff hard enough to blow down the house bricks. "Tom Thumb": Tom Thumb is the name of a very little man who was no bigger than his father's thumb. Young Tom is full of mischief and frequently accident-prone. He has many adventures and finally winds up in the king's court where he becomes a favorite.< Less
Blogging Your Way To Wealth By Spruce Goose Enterprises
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Discover How YOU - Or Anyone - Can Transform Every Blog You Own Into Income-Generating Power House - Working To Make You Wealthy Around The Clock! Inside, you will discover: - Why blogs are growing... More > more and more popular today compared to common medias such as TV and official Internet news, - 4 super good reasons why you should start a blog for profit, - The horrible truths about "easy blogging" that most gurus often omit on purpose when it comes to telling you like it is! - How you can take advantage of the Internet's new growing medium and use it in your favor for fame and fortune!< Less
Beaumont & Fletcher's Works (4 of 10) The Tragedy of Valentinian; Monsieur Thomas; The Chances; The Bloody Brother; The Wild-Goose Chase By John Fletcher
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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: John Fletcher (1579–1625) was a Jacobean playwright.... More > Following William Shakespeare as house playwright for the King's Men, he was among the most prolific and influential dramatists of his day; both during his lifetime and in the early Restoration, his fame rivaled Shakespeare's. Though his reputation has been far eclipsed since, Fletcher remains an important transitional figure between the Elizabethan popular tradition and the popular drama of the Restoration.Fletcher was born in December 1579 (baptised 20 December) in Rye, Sussex, and died of the plague in August 1625 (buried 29 August in St. Saviour's, Southwark). Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Fletcher_(playwright)< Less
The Corner House Girls Under Canvas By Grace Brooks Hill
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The Corner House Girls Under Canvas by Grace Brooks Hill has 25 chapters: CHAPTER I—TOM JONAH CHAPTER II—SOMETHING TO LOOK FORWARD TO CHAPTER III—THE DANCE AT CARRIE... More > POOLE’S CHAPTER IV—THE MYSTERY OF JUNE WILDWOOD CHAPTER V—OFF FOR THE SEASIDE CHAPTER VI—ON THE TRAIN CHAPTER VII—SOMETHING AHEAD CHAPTER VIII—THE GYPSY CAMP CHAPTER IX—THE SPOONDRIFT BUNGALOW CHAPTER X—SOME EXCITEMENT CHAPTER XI—THE LITTLE OLD WOMAN WHO LIVED IN A SHOE CHAPTER XII—A PICNIC WITH AGAMEMNON CHAPTER XIII—THE NIGHT OF THE BIG WIND CHAPTER XIV—AN IMPORTANT ARRIVAL CHAPTER XV—TWO GIRLS IN A BOAT—TO SAY NOTHING OF THE DOG! CHAPTER XVI—THE GYPSIES AGAIN CHAPTER XVII—ON WILD GOOSE ISLAND CHAPTER XVIII—THE SEARCH CHAPTER XIX—A STARTLING MEETING CHAPTER XX—THE FRANKFURTER MAN CHAPTER XXI—MRS. BOBSTER’S MYSTERIOUS FRIEND ......etc. and this book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format.< Less
My Book of Favorite Fairy Tales By $2 Publishing House
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CONTENTS THE OLD, OLD STORIES THE GOOSE GIRL LITTLE SNOW-WHITE CINDERELLA PRINCESS GOLDENHAIR LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD THE WHITE FAWN HANSEL AND GRETHEL SNOW-WHITE AND ROSE-RED THE SLEEPING... More > BEAUTY PRINCE CHÉRI THE WHITE CAT BLUEBEARD BEAUTY AND THE BEAST TUFTY RIQUET THUMBLING THE MAGIC MIRROR CINDERELLA LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD THE WHITE FAWN HANSEL AND GRETHEL SNOW-WHITE AND ROSE-RED THE SLEEPING BEAUTY ZÉLIE AND THE FAIRY CANDIDE BLUEBEARD BEAUTY AND THE BEAST THE BEAUTIFUL PRINCESS< Less
Under the Flagpole By Henry "Buzz" Wombles
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Yes, there was fear of another War, and times were not easy, but there was a strong bond between the people and the mountains, and notwithstanding fear of War, or hardships, Miles Hudson, his family... More > and friends, went about their business of working hard and caring for each other. Hazard in the 1930’s was a special place, but that life as they knew it was about to change, perhaps forever.< Less
Under the Flagpole By Henry "Buzz" Wombles
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Yes, there was fear of another War, and times were not easy, but there was a strong bond between the people and the mountains, and notwithstanding fear of War, or hardships, Miles Hudson, his family... More > and friends, went about their business of working hard and caring for each other. Hazard in the 1930’s was a special place, but that life as they knew it was about to change, perhaps forever.< Less
The Mysterious Mr. Phipps By M.E. Robertson-Hoon
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Is Lady Chamberlain the victim of circumstance or is she just a terrific liar who is about to lead Detective Knight on a wild goose chase - making her a villain of another kind?
The Mysterious Mr. Phipps By M.E. Robertson-Hoon
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Is Lady Chamberlain the victim of circumstance or she just a terrific liar who is about to lead Detective Knight on a wild goose chase - making her a villain of another kind?
The Little Red Hen By Florence White Williams
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In this easy-to-read illustrated folktale, Little Red Hen lives with a goose, a cat, and a dog. The goose gossips all day. The cat primps. The dog sleeps. So Little Red Hen is left to do all the work... More > about the house. When she finds a few grains of wheat, she asks the others, "Who wants to plant these grains of wheat?" The goose, the cat, and the dog each answer, "Not I." The Little Red Hen plants and eventually harvests the wheat. Whenever she asks for help, the goose, the cat, and the dog answer, "Not I." But when the Little Red Hen has the wheat ground into flour and then wakes early one morning to make the flour into bread, the others change their tune. As soon as they smell the baking bread, each animal offers to help eat it. Only then do they finally learn, that since the Little Red Hen was the only one who did all the work, then she is the only one who is allowed to enjoy its rewards. And without any hesitation, she eats the bread herself.< Less

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