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Millie By Des Tinnie
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"It was a strange feeling for Millie when she finally awoke the next morning. At first she didn’t quite know where she was, but it soon came back to her. It was still dark, and she felt... More > cramped up and uncomfortable, as if she was in a hole. She was in a hole! Not swaying about in a tree where squirrels should be, but in a rigid hole in the ground, more like a rabbit. That’s what this was, she realised . . ." So begins Millie's adventure, learning to cope with the realities of moving from her home to start a new life in the majestic beauty of Snowdonia.< Less
Millie By David Thompson
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Millie McCall and Tiffy Fairwood find the tongue can truly cut like a two-edged sword when they inadvertently insult their friend Angel Atkinson. However, Angel has a plan to get even that includes... More > some fun along the way....FOR HER THAT IS!< Less
Millie By Gordon Klopfenstein
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Millie Ferman knew this would happen. She didn’t know why she even talked to her mom. It was always the same thing. “Go to the barn and wait for your dad.” It wasn’t that big... More > a deal. It wasn’t like she got in trouble all the time. Why did it always have to be her dad who did the punishing? He wasn’t mean or anything but you never knew what he was going to do. When Millie had kids, she’d decide what the punishment was and she sure wouldn’t punish for dumb things like this. Anyway, it wasn’t her fault. Millie poked along until she got past the chicken coop. She stopped dead. She’d forgotten about them. The krauts were right there along the fence in the front beet field. One of them was looking right at her. It scared her at first but then he smiled and said, “How old you are, mien liebe?”< Less
Millie By Gordon Klopfenstein
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Millie Ferman knew this would happen. She didn’t know why she even talked to her mom. It was always the same thing. “Go to the barn and wait for your dad.” It wasn’t that big... More > a deal. It wasn’t like she got in trouble all the time. Why did it always have to be her dad who did the punishing? He wasn’t mean or anything but you never knew what he was going to do. When Millie had kids, she’d decide what the punishment was and she sure wouldn’t punish for dumb things like this. Anyway, it wasn’t her fault. Millie poked along until she got past the chicken coop. She stopped dead. She’d forgotten about them. The krauts were right there along the fence in the front beet field. One of them was looking right at her. It scared her at first but then he smiled and said, “How old you are, mien liebe?” “Hey, you, get away from that fence!” Some guy with the tommy gun was yelling at her.< Less
Millie By F. J. Bradley
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Mille is an ardent fitness nut. She has her life arranged as to combat any and all perceived affronts to women. Imaginary or real. She works for the government as a liason to the female community.... More > She has a date.< Less
Millie By F. J. Bradley
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Mille is an ardent fitness nut. She has her life arranged as to combat any and all perceived affronts to women. Imaginary or real. She works for the government as a liason to the female community.... More > She has a date.< Less
Millie's Martins By Myra Johnson
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A Martin Family Genealogy
Milly and Olly By Humphry, Mrs. Ward
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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: Mary Augusta Ward CBE (née Arnold; 11 June 1851 – 24... More > March 1920) was a British novelist who wrote under her married name as Mrs Humphry Ward.Mary Augusta Arnold was born in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, into a prominent intellectual family of writers and educationalists. Mary was the daughter of Tom Arnold, a professor of literature, and Julia Sorrell. Her uncle was the poet Matthew Arnold and her grandfather Thomas Arnold, the famous headmaster of Rugby School. Her sister Julia married Leonard Huxley, the son of Thomas Huxley, and their sons were Julian and Aldous Huxley. The Arnolds and the Huxleys were an important influence on British intellectual life.Mary's father Tom Arnold was appointed inspector of schools in Van Diemen's Land (now Tasmania) and commenced his role on 15 January 1850. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Augusta_Ward< Less
Millie's Adventures By Andrea Edwards
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As today's students embark on their personal learning journeys, they are going to need a very different set of talents to compete and succeed in the 21st Century. As teachers of these adventurers,... More > we need to outfit them with the tools they need to explore what is yet unknown. Millie's Adventures is a short story with chapters that illustrate a particular way of thinking that can be used with students in primary and elementary grades to teach them to open their minds to different ways of thinking.< Less
Millie's Journal By Glenn Strout
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Journals that my mother used to keep in the 1980's on Peaks Island, Maine