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The Red Eye Plague of Bumboville By Van Mulken
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In book two of the Secret of the Treefolk Treasure trilogy, Georgia discovers Bumboville, home to the roly poly beings known as Wobblies. Living among a cluster of tiny islands linked by a maze of... More > connecting bridges, the Wobblies raise chickens and hunt for oysters beneath the drifting branches of towering weeping willows. Wobblies pay in song for the items and services they trade. These are creatures who love to eat and swim and on Sundays parade the streets of Bumboville with their pet birds on a stick. But troublemaking outsiders, the Shysters, bring word of an impending attack on the Wobblie homeland. Soon an infection of fear spreads among the pudgy creatures and contaminates their otherwise lighthearted personalities. What can Georgia do to avoid a clash between two normally peace-loving parties?< Less
Leave Only A Trace By Brian Camblin
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This book is a collection of quotations from a late 20th century pirate who called himself Red Stick. His teachings to fellow shipmates had no real beginning, middle or end, but in later years it... More > became common knowledge that hidden in his teachings were “decipherable maps” that could be used to locate treasures he buried for his patrons. More than once has this speculation proven true as in the case of the unearthing of a crystal skull in Galveston, Texas. Historically speaking, pirates have been shy in discussing the practicalities of their profession. What is known is that a great majority dreamt of waking up, seeing the world in a new way, and being able to start an honest business based on justice, equity, and equality. These quotations were probably used in some kind of pirate charter school to meet that end. Start anywhere in the book; eventually you might discover what Red Stick was trying to teach his shipmates. Who knows? – You may discover a buried treasure too.< Less
Buried Cities : Olympia, Volume II (Illustrated) By Jennie Hall
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“Do you like to dig for hidden treasure? Have you ever found Indian arrowheads or Indian pottery? I knew a boy who was digging a cave in a sandy place, and he found an Indian grave. With his... More > own hands he uncovered the bones and skull of some brave warrior. That brown skull was more precious to him than a mint of money. Another boy I knew was making a cave of his own. Suddenly he dug into an older one made years before. He crawled into it with a leaping heart and began to explore. He found an old carpet and a bit of burned candle. They proved that some one had lived there. What kind of a man had he been and what kind of life had he lived—black or white or red, robber or beggar or adventurer? Some of us were walking in the woods one day when we saw a bone sticking out of the ground. Luckily we had a spade, and we set to work digging. Not one moment was the tool idle."< Less
Buried Cities : Mycenae, Volume III (Illustrated) By Jennie Hall
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“Do you like to dig for hidden treasure? Have you ever found Indian arrowheads or Indian pottery? I knew a boy who was digging a cave in a sandy place, and he found an Indian grave. With his... More > own hands he uncovered the bones and skull of some brave warrior. That brown skull was more precious to him than a mint of money. Another boy I knew was making a cave of his own. Suddenly he dug into an older one made years before. He crawled into it with a leaping heart and began to explore. He found an old carpet and a bit of burned candle. They proved that some one had lived there. What kind of a man had he been and what kind of life had he lived—black or white or red, robber or beggar or adventurer? Some of us were walking in the woods one day when we saw a bone sticking out of the ground. Luckily we had a spade, and we set to work digging. Not one moment was the tool idle."< Less
Buried Cities : Pompeii, Volume I (Illustrated) By Jennie Hall
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“Do you like to dig for hidden treasure? Have you ever found Indian arrowheads or Indian pottery? I knew a boy who was digging a cave in a sandy place, and he found an Indian grave. With his... More > own hands he uncovered the bones and skull of some brave warrior. That brown skull was more precious to him than a mint of money. Another boy I knew was making a cave of his own. Suddenly he dug into an older one made years before. He crawled into it with a leaping heart and began to explore. He found an old carpet and a bit of burned candle. They proved that some one had lived there. What kind of a man had he been and what kind of life had he lived—black or white or red, robber or beggar or adventurer? Some of us were walking in the woods one day when we saw a bone sticking out of the ground. Luckily we had a spade, and we set to work digging. Not one moment was the tool idle."< Less