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Jeffery's Story The Perfect Day By Sally Ann Wilson
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Jeffery's Story was written for my granddaughter, Morgan, for her fourth birthday. This story was inspired by a little black dog named Miss Libby.
Jeffery and the Magic Tambourine By Jason Zerbe
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A smart and funny book. Jeffery's tambourine keeps getting him into trouble. Is it magic or is he a little monster?
Jeffery Foofie Return of the Dragon By Jason Enriquez
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So, you're a nerd, you're not the most popular kid in school, and you get bullied everyday by your fellow classmate thugs. What do you do? Especially after you've gained the powers of a dragon! Just... More > when you think things can get better, they actually get worse - way worse. Join Jeffery Foofie on this funny and exciting adventure and see how Jeffery Foofie transforms himself from a wimpy kid, to a ferocious and sensational wimpy kind of a hero.< Less
Jeffery Foofie Return of the Dragon By Jason Enriquez
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So, you're a nerd, you're not the most popular kid in school, and you get bullied everyday by your fellow classmate thugs. What do you do? Especially after you've gained the powers of a dragon! Just... More > when you think things can get better, they actually get worse - way worse. Join Jeffery Foofie on this funny and exciting adventure and see how Jeffery Foofie transforms himself from a wimpy kid, to a ferocious and sensational wimpy kind of a hero.< Less
The Witty Antics of Jeffery By Bryan Armenta
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Jeffery Farnol - A Teller of Tales By Pat Bryan
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A Deluxe updated version of my original biography of swashbuckling author Jeffery Farnol, with over 70 photos and illustrations, plus entirely new and surprising information!
Jeffery Farnol - A Teller of Tales By Pat Bryan
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A Deluxe updated version of my original biography of swashbuckling author Jeffery Farnol, with over 70 photos and illustrations, plus entirely new and surprising information!
The Marbles of Jeffery White Part 1 By Jerry DeShone
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The games children play are sometimes more real to them than to us as adults and even when grandparents become involved they still take on a reality of their own. Young Jeffery White was a marble... More > player and he didn’t like to lose, but he was to learn a lesson in humility and friendship. How fun it would be if no one had to lose, but that is not the case and so it was with Jeffery White. When friendship was on the line what would he do and how would he react when it even came down to a girl besides. Enjoy the read of “The MARBLES of Jeffery White” part 1 and if you like what you read be sure to read part 2 and see how it all comes out in the end.< Less
The Open Air (Illustrated) By Richard Jefferies
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John Richard Jefferies was an English nature writer, essayist and journalist. He wrote fiction mainly based on farming and rural life. From early in life he showed a great love of the countryside,... More > but was temperamentally unsuited to follow his father as a farmer, and in 1866 he found employment as a newspaper reporter for the North Wiltshire Herald and the Swindon Advertiser. In late 1877 he moved to Surbiton to be nearer the hub of literary England. His new surroundings defined him, as a country writer. Articles drawing on Jefferies' Wiltshire experiences were snapped up by the Pall Mall Gazette, to be followed by similar collections of essays, like Round About a Great Estate (1880). About this time he wrote his extraordinary autobiography, The Story of My Heart: An Autobiography (1883).< Less
After London Or, Wild England By by Richard Jefferies
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After London (1885), can be seen as an early example of "post-apocalyptic fiction": after some sudden and unspecified catastrophe has depopulated England, the countryside reverts to nature,... More > and the few survivors to a quasi-medieval way of life. The book has two parts.< Less