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As The Crowe Flies By Thomas Patrick Crowe
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These are the memoirs of someone who saw many historic changes throughout his life; who went from sitting on the steps watching electricity being put into his house for the first time, to using voice... More > recognition software to write these memoirs. His charming stories of childhood in Ireland, and his adventures in the last stages of World War II make this a very interesting read.< Less
Paperback As the Crowe Flies By Thomas Patrick Crowe
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These are the memoirs of someone who saw many historic changes throughout his life; who went from sitting on the steps watching electricity being put into his house for the first time, to using voice... More > recognition software to write these memoirs. His charming stories of childhood in Ireland, and his adventures in the last stages of World War II make this a very interesting read.< Less
Dead Crow Comedy 2015 Calendar By Dead Crow
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Dead Crow Comedy Room 2015 Calendar featuring players from the local comedy scene in Wilmington, North Carolina.
Joe Crow By Charlotte McDonnell
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True story about an orphaned crow.
A Crow In A Row. By Ratna Jalisatgi
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'A CROW IN A ROW',is a short rhyme book where in each crow has a rhyme to say. A crow in a row, says,"I like snow".....and so on.
A Crow In A Row. By Ratna Jalisatgi
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'A CROW IN A ROW',is a short rhyme book where in each crow has a rhyme to say. A crow in a row, says,"I like snow".....and so on.
A Murder of Crows By Ray Lucas
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This is a simple photo essay about Tokyo's crows. Crows are ubiquitous in Tokyo, making their presence felt as they caw loudly from the rooftops and trees. There is nothing behind the essay other... More > than a fascination for their antics, sometimes comical often sinister. Crows are sometimes seen as a negative symbol, but their charismatic and self-sufficient occupation of the city suggests a much more nuanced and complex society which is parallel to our own.< Less
The Queen of Crows By Monica Valentinelli
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Centered around a short story entitled “The Queen Of Crows,” this digital product was designed by author and game designer Monica Valentinelli and is one of the first enhanced e-books to... More > hit digital media. The short story entitled “The Queen of Crows” takes place during the 1860s, and focuses on the tough decisions that a Navajo elder named “Tse” must make to save his people. Will he summon Mahochepi, the Queen of Crows, without knowing who–or what–she is? Read the story and find out! Included in this full color digital release will be: * The Queen of Crows: A Short Story * Inspiration * Full Page Character Portrait by Leanne Buckley * Who Is Mahochepi? * What Is the Violet War? * Letter to the Reader * The Queen of Crows: First Draft For more information or to read several reviews, visit http://www.violetwar.com.< Less
Crow Fortunes By Dustin Poms
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Jackfish Crow's book of fortunes. Futures foretold for the young and old alike. A short volume written and illustrated by Dustin Poms.
The Crow People By Katy Mobley
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So you want me to tell you a story! What shall it be? About real people or unreal people? Well, I have one in the back of my head. It's about the Crow People. You've never heard of them? They... More > were creatures who had heads like humans and walked on two feet--bony feet, almost like claws. But the space between their arms and their bodies was filled with feathers--perfect for flying. . They lived long, long ago in the black mountains that rise between the Kingdom of Upland and the Kingdom of Vale. The evil Crow People preyed on the inhabitants of the Kingdoms. When the people fought back, the Crow People always won because they could fly. How to stop this evil.....? This is a children's fantasy book written in the style of a fairy tale, but adults will enjoy it as well. It's especially effective when read aloud to children, one chapter at a time.< Less