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Rehan Roy By Rehan Roy
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Roy's World By Roy Boobyer
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A collection of over a 100 cartoons by Welsh cartoonist and illustrator Roy Boobyer. If you need a laugh this is it!
Roy's World By Roy Boobyer
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A collection of over a 100 cartoons by Welsh cartoonist and illustrator Roy Boobyer. If you need a laugh this is it!
Rediscovering Roy By Valerie Joslin
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Roy Joslin, an inner-London pastor, battled with Parkinson’s Disease for 33 years. The painful task of sorting through his papers soon became a profound and therapeutic experience for his widow... More > as distant memories came into sharper focus, showing how God had led them through the years ‘in sickness and in health’.< Less
Roy's Recipes By Lan Karner
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Comfort inspired recipes from Baked Mont d'Or cheese to Rocky Road Bars
Roy and Kitty By Bill Vancil
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More than 40 full color photographs highlight this quality book production. A charmingly simple story of a dog and cat, who become best friends. Told in their own words, first by Roy and then by... More > Kitty. This is a perfectly delightful book for early readers, but adults will enjoy it as well. It makes a great gift for your child or grandchild. The price may be a bit higher than most children's books, because of the cost of full color printing on every page. This is a unique book to be enjoyed again and again...well worth the price.< Less
Roy's Dog By Charlotte Wyble
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Roy has always wanted a dog. When he turns fifteen, what will that bring him? There are dogs in the neighborhood that he knows very well, but he wants one of his own and won’t give up praying... More > for one. Suddenly Roy finds himself the victim of an accident, and fears he must give up his dreams of having a dog… Or does he? How does God answer Roy’s prayers? Find out in… Roy’s Dog.< Less
Roy's Dog By Charlotte Wyble
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Roy has always wanted a dog. When he turns fifteen, what will that bring him? There are dogs in the neighborhood that he knows very well, but he wants one of his own and won’t give up praying... More > for one. Suddenly Roy finds himself the victim of an accident, and fears he must give up his dreams of having a dog… Or does he? How does God answer Roy’s prayers? Find out in… Roy’s Dog.< Less
Rob Roy By Sir Walter Scott
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Frank Osbaldistone, the narrator, quarrels with his father and is sent to stay with an uncle, Sir Hildebrand Osbaldistone, in Northumberland. Frank falls in love with Diana Vernon, Sir Hildebrand's... More > niece, whose father has been forced to go into hiding because of his Jacobite sympathies. Frank's cousin, Rashleigh, steals important documents vital to the honor and economic solvency of Frank's father, William, and Frank pursues Rashleigh to Scotland. Several times his path crosses the mysterious and powerful figure Robert Roy MacGregor, known as Rob Roy, an associate of Diana's uncle Sir Hildebrand. There is much confusion as the action shifts to the beautiful mountains and valleys around Loch Lomond. A British army detachment is ambushed and there is bloodshed. All Sir Hildebrand's sons but Rashleigh are killed in the Jacobite Rising, and Rashleigh too meets a bloody end. Following this, Frank inherits Sir Hildebrand's property and marries Diana.< Less
Roy of the Aztecs By Lawrence Burton
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The Mesoamerican ballgame, Tlachtli as it was known to Nahuatl speaking tribes of the Valley of Mexico (those peoples commonly remembered as Aztecs), derives from an enduring tradition rooted way... More > back in times before records began. Commonly it was played between either individuals or two teams and a large and heavy rubber ball symbolising the sun (at least in some cases). The object of the game varied from one region to the next, although play was often centred upon players passing the ball through stone hoops set at either side of the ball court, no mean achievement where contact favoured knees, thighs, hips, and elbows, but prohibited use of hands or feet. Some schools of thought attribute a strong ritual element to the Mesoamerican ballgame, suggesting dynastic or even theological alliances would be decided upon the outcome of a match. However, other schools of thought tend towards the idea that it was a bit like Roy of the Rovers but with Mexicans...< Less