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WILDCAT KITTY AND THE CYCLONE KID By Franklin D. Lincoln
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A band of wild west "good" outlawsknown as The Wildcat Gang are led by unlikely leaders; a young girl and her grandpa. They are known as Wildcat Kitty and The Cyclone Kid. They ride... More > thrilling trails of adventure throughout the west seeking justice.< Less
THE WOLF AND THE SEVEN LITTLE KIDS By Grimm Brothers
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A mother goat leaves her seven children at home while she ventures into the forest to find food. Before she leaves, she warns her young about the Big Bad Wolf who will try to sneak into the house and... More > gobble them up. The Big Bad Wolf will pretend to be their mother and convince the kids to open the door...< Less
Adventures of the Urbanek Kids By Dorothy Urbanek
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ADVENTURES OF THE URBANEK KIDS is a book containing personal and true stories of my family--recollections of this writer meant to record a little glimpse of the history for the next generation.
Billie: The Saga of the Kid Retold By Robert Curtis
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Billy the Kid rides again, or simply Billie. 1963, southern Arizona, a rough, tumble, football hero turned cowboy rides his way back into history. Again.
THE IRON CURTAIN KID By OLIVER FRITZ
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Ever wondered what it must have been like growing up behind the Iron Curtain, on the wrong side of the Berlin Wall? Would your days have been haunted by the shadow of the omnipresent secret service,... More > the Stasi, or was reality somewhat more mundane? In this humorous and touching memoir, Oliver Fritz takes us behind the myths, into a world of bottled fruit, corny commie jokes, socialist folk songs, sticky-taped plastic bags and Trabant cars. Where kids are counting the years to retirement, pensioners have no qualms breaking the law, holidays involve smuggling western newspapers from the Soviet Union or money to Czechoslovakia and being mistaken for a westerner is a teen’s dream. Underpinning daily life in the German Democratic Republic is Oliver’s longing to know what things are like on the other side of the Wall…and the mixed feelings that result when, with the help of a tin of mushrooms, he finally begins to find out for himself… Visit www.ironcurtainkid.com for more info.< Less
ELDRITCH KID - TRADE PAPERBACK By Christian Read & Christopher Burns
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The Old West was a time of legends, of change, of violence and death, gold and whisky and dust. This is another West, a shadow of the history that we know, where legend and monster walk with bounty... More > hunter and trail-boss. This is the story of the most dangerous man in the West: The Eldritch Kid. The Eldritch Kid was awarded BEST SINGLE ISSUE 2004 and BEST INDEPENDENT PRESS TITLE 2005 in the annual Ledger Awards for Australian comics. Published under PC's CreatorlineTM imprint for creator-owned titles.< Less
A Kid's Guide to Kempo By
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Colorful illustrations for the young KEMPO student. Filled with vivid pictures on history, lineage, concept and more the child can work alone or with his parents on activities like crossword puzzel,... More > word match, and coloring. A great way for children to learn about KEMPO. A great class supplemental. Works ideal along with patch incentives and rank curriculum.< Less
A Book for Kids: Illustrated By Clarence James Dennis
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A book for Kids: Illustrated by Clarence James Dennis. Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis, better known as C. J. Dennis, (1876-1938) was an Australian poet known for his humorous poems,... More > especially "The Songs of a Sentimental Bloke", published in the early 20th century. Though Dennis's work is less well known today, his 1916 publication of The Sentimental Bloke sold 65,000 copies in its first year, and by 1917 he was the most prosperous poet in Australian history. This book is described as "a thorough introduction to classic literature" and a "unique collection (that) brings together works as diverse and influential as The Pilgrim's Progress and Othello." It is supposed to offer everything from "Shakespeare's finesse to Oscar Wilde's wit".< Less
Those Wilson Kids By Beth Haney
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This book traces the ancestry William Wilson and Rebecca Baker, from Gallia and Lawrence counties, Ohio. It's done in narrative style with text, photos, family group sheets, and supporting documents.... More > On the Wilson side, the book presents information on the history of Samuel Wilson and both of his wives, Lucinda Coleman and Lucy Corn, and their parents, Scott Wilson and Margaret Moore, William Coleman and Mahala Spear, and Peter Corn and Rebecca Massie. Rebecca Edna Baker is traced through her descendancy from Henry Arnot and Frederick Baker, both from Monroe County, Virginia, and from George Corn and Jeptha Massey, both of whom moved to Jackson County, Ohio, from Virginia, in the early 1800s. The book also contains material of an historical nature, which provides an interesting look at the experiences and lifestyle of these early Ohio residents. A number of photographs are sprinkled throughout the book, most of which date back to the early 1900s.< Less
Those Wilson Kids By Beth Haney
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This book traces the ancestry William Wilson and Rebecca Baker, from Gallia and Lawrence counties, Ohio. It's done in narrative style with text, photos, family group sheets, and supporting documents.... More > On the Wilson side, the book presents information on the history of Samuel Wilson and both of his wives, Lucinda Coleman and Lucy Corn, and their parents, Scott Wilson and Margaret Moore, William Coleman and Mahala Spear, and Peter Corn and Rebecca Massie. Rebecca Edna Baker is traced through her descendancy from Henry Arnot and Frederick Baker, both from Monroe County, Virginia, and from George Corn and Jeptha Massey, both of whom moved to Jackson County, Ohio, from Virginia, in the early 1800s. The book also contains material of an historical nature, which provides an interesting look at the experiences and lifestyle of these early Ohio residents. A number of photographs are sprinkled throughout the book, most of which date back to the early 1900s.< Less

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