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Phyllis in Monsterland By Rob Bowker et al.
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This is a story about a little girl called Phyllis. Phyllis is a very lively little girl who has a lot of very peculiar friends. Nobody but Phyllis can see her friends, this makes her a very... More > extraordinary girl. What is it that makes Phyllis’s friends so different? Well, if you could see them, you would know that all of her friends are peculiar monsters.< Less
Phyllis in Monsterland By Rob Bowker et al.
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This is a story about a little girl called Phyllis. Phyllis is a very lively little girl who has a lot of very peculiar friends. Nobody but Phyllis can see her friends, this makes her a very... More > extraordinary girl. What is it that makes Phyllis’s friends so different? Well, if you could see them, you would know that all of her friends are peculiar monsters.< Less
The Tales of Phyllis By Gary Lehmann
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The Tales of Phyllis Is it true that Venus, after a thousand year rest, has decided to get involved with human love affairs again? The Tales of Phyllis is a fairy tale based on the second century... More > story of "Cupid and Psyche," but set in a modern small town. Bobby and Phyllis have a stormy high school love affair which is made all the more complex by the interjection of the ancient gods and goddesses. Wild dream sequences, a black magic ceremony, a passionate encounter amidst the bows of lilacs, and a rare appearance: Venus making a housecall to a star-crossed lover, combine to make this a most unusual tale of myth and magic, fable and romance.< Less
Phyllis Bottome, Collection By Phyllis Bottome
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Phyllis Forbes Dennis (31 May 1884 – 22 August 1963) was a British novelist and short story writer who wrote under her birth name, Phyllis Bottome. In 1935, her novel Private Worlds was made... More > into a film. Set in a psychiatric clinic, Bottome's knowledge of Individual psychology proved useful in creating a realistic scene. Bottome saw her share of trouble with Danger Signal which the Hays Office forbade from becoming a Hollywood film. Germany became Bottome's home in the late 1930s, and it inspired her to pen The Mortal Storm, a film which was the first to mention Hitler's name and be set in Nazi Germany. Bottome was an active anti-fascist. In total, four of her works – Private Worlds, The Mortal Storm, Danger Signal, The Heart of a Child – were adapted to film. In addition to fiction she is also known as an Adlerian who wrote a biography of Alfred Adler. In this ebook: The Dark Tower The Second Fiddle< Less
Recipes To Remember Phyllis By By Claire Golding
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Recipes from the collection of Phyllis Mowbray.
A Phyllis of the Sierras By Bret Harte
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Though born in Albany, New York, American author Francis Bret Harte went on to become one of the foremost chroniclers of pioneer life in the American West, with a particular focus on California.... More > "A Phyllis of the Sierras" highlights Harte at his gritty, authentic best.< Less
The Best Phyllis Diller Quotes By James Alexander
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Born on 17 July 1917 in Lima, Ohio, Phyllis Ada Diller (née Driver) was an American actress and comic. An eccentric in character and appearance, she will be remembered for her quickly-delivered... More > one-liners and self-deprecating jokes, wild hair, distinctive cackle, cigarette holder, and exotic dress sense. Here is a collection of her best and funniest quotes.< Less
The Silver Bell By Phyllis Davidson
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The Silver Bell by Phyllis Davidson.
The Silver Bell By Phyllis Davidson
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The Silver Bell by Phyllis Davidson.
Alphabet Critters By Phyllis Tippett
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Fun, Poetry a bit more sophisticated than normal children's books. By the award-winning Phyllis Tippett