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LITTLE RACCOON AND THE LIGHT IN THE WOODS By Holly Sedgwick
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Little Raccoon is invited to a tea party at Bear's house and, despite a fierce wind, follows a guiding light through the woods and ends up in a cozy, safe place.
Golde the Mother: The First Lost Tale of Mercia By Jayden Woods
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“The Lost Tales of Mercia” is a series of ten swashbuckling short stories set in England near the end of the Viking Age. Read them in whatever order you may stumble upon them. Though... More > fictional, they are heavily researched and feature many real historical figures. The First Lost Tale, “Golde the Mother,” is about the mother of Eadric Streona. It sheds light on Eadric’s strange childhood, and raises the question of who fathered the boy who would become notorious as one of the most treacherous men in England.< Less
In my dreams I'm dancing By Ruth Wood
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In October 2006, Ruth Wood was a successful singing teacher and singer. By December she was in hospital diagnosed with Transverse Myelitis, a rare neurological condition, leaving her disabled from... More > the waist down. By the end of January 2007, after another attack, her arms and trunk were also affected. This is the story of the first year of her disability - a tale told with humour and a refreshing lightness of touch. Some of the feedback comments so far : "a good read"; "I couldn't put it down"; "So good to know I'm not the only one"; "I never realised what it was like". She feels it is very important to highlight some of the problems encountered by those who, like herself, are suddenly "struck down" with a variety of conditions, and to bring hope to others who may find it all overwhelming.< Less
Hull along the edges 2012 By Hull Land Conservation Trust
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Enjoy Hull along the edges of the peninsula through the seasons--from Pemberton Point, Fort Revere and Point Allerton to Nantasket Beach, Sagamore Hill, Hampton Circle, Straits Pond, and the Weir... More > River Estuary and back up to A Street Pier and Boston Light. Thank you for helping finish paying for the Chatham Street entrance to the Weir River Woods--A Woods for Hull, a Woods for All.< Less
The Art of Jigging the Race By Jeff Evans
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This book will explain how to catch large Striped Bass with wire line and jigs.This is the only book on the market that reveals the well kept secrets of wire-line jigging for Stripers.
INTERFERENCE By Stephen Walton
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After a miserable year following the loss of his wife, Tom Kerr has just started running again, hoping it will prove a better way of dealing with stress than drinking. This will bring him into... More > contact with a living myth, who could be the answer to both his prayers and a fifty-year-old mystery that has just reared its ugly head amidst strange occurrences in the local woods. A contemporary mystery at 164,000 words, lightly laced with humour and paranormal overtones that are misinterpreted until the end. It falls loosely into the fantasy genre due to revelations in later chapters and should appeal to most audiences.< Less
INTERFERENCE By Stephen Walton
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After a miserable year following the loss of his wife, Tom Kerr has just started running again, hoping it will prove a better way of dealing with stress than drinking. This will bring him into... More > contact with a living myth, who could be the answer to both his prayers and a fifty-year-old mystery that has just reared its ugly head amidst strange occurrences in the local woods. A contemporary mystery at 164,000 words, lightly laced with humour and paranormal overtones that are misinterpreted until the end. It falls loosely into the fantasy genre due to revelations in later chapters and should appeal to most audiences.< Less
Ralph's Portfolio By ralph harper
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confinement: allowing occupants to traverse across the wooded landscape in 6’x6’ tubular arteries. While traveling through the arteries occupants receive limited views to the outside.... More > The views are strategically placed in order to enable the occupant to see the end of their destination: the tower. The tower, on the exterior, appears lightweight and permeable; a place full of space and light, which is a strict contrast to what the occupants have been experiencing for most of their exploration. As a result, these abbreviated views to the tower give the occupants the motivation to complete their journey to the end. Upon reaching the tower the occupants are surprised to find that tower is actually not lightweight and permeable but actually possess the same characteristic the tubular arteries have: confined and limited views to the outside.< Less
Adventures of Peyo and Lily By William Rubel
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Frolic is a rat of Zham who has trouble keeping his feet on the ground. When his wife Allis, a Yhampa from across the O-Po-Po Ice Ranges, gives birth to pinks, Frolic insists the family sleep... More > outdoors, so that his young ones, Peyo and Lily, will remember the teaching of the Old Myth: that rats are stars spelled backwards. Soon enough, Frolic’s stargazing leads to a dubious discovery: a rat-shaped constellation! Guided by an obliging Peregrine falcon, Frolic sets off for the constellation, has a bit of a fall, and comes home believing he is made of light. Now it is up to Allis to take him in search of the mysterious wood-rat, the Ra-Tul who lives deep in the forest under the ancient Figus Bean Tree. While their parents set off on their quest, Peyo and Lily go on some adventures of their own, guided by the crafty raccoon Madrona Moon-Bangle, the Night Bandit. In the end, it is up to Frolic's loving family to lead him back to the center of the spiral, at the heart of their spiral village.< Less
Adventures of Peyo and Lily By William Rubel
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Frolic is a rat of Zham who has trouble keeping his feet on the ground. When his wife Allis, a Yhampa from across the O-Po-Po Ice Ranges, gives birth to pinks, Frolic insists the family sleep... More > outdoors, so that his young ones, Peyo and Lily, will remember the teaching of the Old Myth: that rats are stars spelled backwards. Soon enough, Frolic’s stargazing leads to a dubious discovery: a rat-shaped constellation! Guided by an obliging Peregrine falcon, Frolic sets off for the constellation, has a bit of a fall, and comes home believing he is made of light. Now it is up to Allis to take him in search of the mysterious wood-rat, the Ra-Tul who lives deep in the forest under the ancient Figus Bean Tree. While their parents set off on their quest, Peyo and Lily go on some adventures of their own, guided by the crafty raccoon Madrona Moon-Bangle, the Night Bandit. In the end, it is up to Frolic's loving family to lead him back to the center of the spiral, at the heart of their spiral village.< Less