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Millicent's Prayer By Bryan Askew
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Millicent's Prayer is a story of courage and faith as a young girl, inspired by lessons learned from her Grandmother, struggles to save her puppy.
millicent follicle By joseph flavell
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the sinister doctor thobey conducts his troupe of reanimated girls around the villages of norway..meanwhile, young millicent follicle is hoping her life will change--be careful what you wish for,... More > milli !< Less
Millicent The Magnificent By Kathleen Zehr Nussbaum
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Millicent the Magnificent is a fresh look at a timeless theme echoed in literature over many years. It is the story of a doll head who becomes human. Written by and for women, it is filled with... More > humor, honesty and magic. This quirky, homespun story at once entertains, and encourages us to reject the “plastic” culture that has brainwashed us into our current obsession with youth and physical beauty. Millicent shows us how to grow down into our own lives, become whole, and find the divinity in our very bodies, humanness, connection to the earth… and other women.< Less
Millicent The Magnificent By Kathleen Zehr Nussbaum
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Millicent the Magnificent is a fresh look at a timeless theme echoed in literature over many years. It is the story of a doll head who becomes human. Written by and for women, it is filled with... More > humor, honesty and magic. This quirky, homespun story at once entertains, and encourages us to reject the “plastic” culture that has brainwashed us into our current obsession with youth and physical beauty. Millicent shows us how to grow down into our own lives, become whole, and find the divinity in our very bodies, humanness, connection to the earth… and other women.< Less
Monty and Millicent's Holiday Tales By Kathleen Mayeux
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Ms. Mayeux spins a lovely tale around her animal friends of Brown Owl Bayou, which will delight any child or adult, and her lessons on literacy will appeal to teachers and parents... More > alike.”—Kaylin Sibley, Librarian A charming mouse family takes readers through walls and up trees where it’s natural for humans and animals to interact in a gracious way. The accounts of adventures offer encouragement and inspiration to young writers, and each chapter promotes literacy as a means to our understanding and valuing each other.”—Margie Tanner-Moore, author of From “Phene” to “Josie” Louisiana Bayou Girl and What Noah Knows. “Janet Kate Mayeux’s fantasy about a mouse who loves to write is a treasury of fresh, rich narratives that follows the passion of a young writer to share the joie de vivre of experiences in south Louisiana through accounts of holidays with family and friends.”—Therese LeJeune, former university literature and writing instructor.< Less
Millicent the Not So Innocent By Ruth Ann Porter
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This is a childrens' picture book. It is a Fairy's story. Join Millicent on her adventures as the Princess of Chaos. Let her introduce you to the fairy world and gain bits of knowledge about... More > historic events.< Less
The Snarleez and Millicent Margaret Macilvoy By Steve Fernald & Steven Simoncic
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Millicent Margaret Macilvoy is a thoroughly interesting girl, with interesting places to go, and interesting things to do. But when Millicent wakes-up for her very first day of kindergarten, her hair... More > is more than interesting, it was messy, it was knotty, it was gnarly and as she describes, it was The Snarleez. A fun, colorful story and characters inspired by a dad's frustratingly-fun, morning hair brushing adventures with his five young daughters. Join us on Facebook at The Snarleez - share your Snarleez stories, tip and photos< Less
What I Remember By Millicent Fawcett
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This memoir is the best kind of history—the kind that makes you feel like you are having dinner with John Stuart Mill and Garibaldi. Millicent Garrett Fawcett did have dinner with these men,and... More > others among the most interesting people of her time. One of the most prominent suffragists, she was also a political economist and writer. She and her husband Henry (who was a Liberal MP and a Cambridge professor—as well as a tireless activist for people who were blind, as he was from early manhood) were both passionate for politics and reform, and spent their seventeen years of marriage (before Henry's death at age 51) between Cambridge and London. Their daughter Philippa was an exceptional mathematician and the first woman to place above the "senior wrangler" at Cambridge, in 1890. Interesting family, interesting life, and Millicent is fun to read.< Less
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