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PANTS WARS: AN EPIC BATTLE By Noah Sullivan
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This book is a funny, action-packed story with 8-11 year old boys in mind. It is in the genre of Captain Underpants or Diary of a Wimpy Kid. It started as a weekly comic book in a 3rd grade class in... More > Southern California and now is available as a 2-book collection. "In the land of Clothestropolis where clothing battles to the death, starch is a weapon, and evil schemes are part of everyday life, lives the powerful superhero 'Pants' and his sidekick 'Shorty.' This world of good and evil offers a laundry list of superheroes and villains who will do anything to rule the city. The fun never ends in this hilarious 2-book set of action adventures. Join E-Shirt, Pants, Shorty, Tank, and a host of other zany characters in the battle of a lifetime. Will E-Shirt and his minions triumph or will the good Pants lead his band of followers into victory?"< Less
Epic Adventures By Jan May
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What does Dragon School, IBOT Clones and a catastrophic invasion of Mystery Monsters have in common? Epic Adventures! If you like adventure, this book is for you! From Olaf the Viking to a hostile... More > take-over of the world, this book will keep you turning pages. Another great book by the Electric Writers! Written by kids, for kids.< Less
End of Epics By Antonio Myers
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The End is Nigh... End of Epics is a novella that tells the tale of several characters and their journey to protect the Earth from an interdimensional super villain known as "Exodus." In... More > an effort to prevent Exodus from devastating the world, the villain's twin brother Genesis created a slew of super-powered individuals to battle the villain and his army of mythical beasts, ultimately preventing him from obtaining a device of true power that can not only destroy the world. But alter the very fabric of reality.< Less
The Battle of Otok By Jeremy C. Schwendiman
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Aleric was the son of a common zveri herder; however, due to fantastic circumstances, he finds himself in the midst of political turmoil on the island of Mir. War is brewing. Answering the call of... More > duty, Aleric joins a secret society known as the Maritonic Knights, a band of ruffians dedicated to freedom. These knights must travel to the island of Otok and save it from falling to the new and dark doctrines of war.< Less
The Battle of Marathon By Elizabeth Barrett Browning
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The Battle of Marathon is a rhymed, dramatic, narrative-poem by Elizabeth Barrett (later Browning). Written in 1820, when Barrett was just 14, it retells powerfully The Battle of Marathon: during... More > which the Athenian state defeated the much larger invading force during the first Persian invasion of Greece. When Darius the Great orders his immense army march west to annex additional territories; no-one in the Persian court predicted that some fractious, independent Greek city-states stood any chance against the Persian super-power. And yet at Marathon in 490BC, Darius' plans received a decisive check in the brilliant Athenian offensive overseen by the aged but hardy Miltiades: who over-ran the Persian army just landed upon their coasts, cutting their opponents down to the last man. But some of the Greeks' enemies are more than mortal: Aphrodite herself swears vengeance for the actions of their forebears in destroying her beloved Troy generations ago.< Less
Battle of the Books By Richard Brodie
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A versification of Swift's work, converting his great satire into an epic poem 42,177 letters long. Brodie's anagrammatic treatment resulting in 444 verses, holds the record for World's Longest... More > Anagram.< Less
Battle of the Books By Richard Brodie
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A versification of Swift's work, converting his great satire into an epic poem 42,177 letters long. Brodie's anagrammatic treatment resulting in 444 quatrains, hold's the record for World's Longest... More > Anagram.< Less
A Viking Epic, part 1 Viking ! By Andrew Weaver
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Major new unconventional modern poetic epic of Viking warriors, Norse Gods and Magick ! 'Viking !' includes Viking warriors and wenches, Norse Gods of Valhalla, magick, elf, dwarf, wolf and of... More > course much Viking battle. And further Parts also coming soon.< Less
Riotshops 64+; 64 or so more photos of the epic rioters vs Photoshop battle By Rioters Vs Photoshop facebook.com/riotshops
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64 or so hilarious photoshopped photos exclusively available via this book only! The book of the Rioters Vs Photoshop Facebook page facebook.com/riotshops. Guaranteed to bring a smile to your face!... More > All proceeds from this book will go to those affected by the recent riots in London and across England.< Less
Inventing the Movies: Hollywood's Epic Battle Between Innovation and the Status Quo, from Thomas Edison to Steve Jobs By Scott Kirsner
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From Edison to the iPod, from the Warner Brothers to George Lucas, the story of how the movies became America’s favorite form of escapist entertainment – and retained their hold on our... More > imaginations for more than a century – is a story of innovators prevailing again and again over skeptics who prefer to preserve the status quo. Inventing the Movies unspools the never-before-told story of the innovators who shaped Hollywood: how a chance meeting at the Saratoga Race Track led to the end of black-and-white movies … how Bing Crosby brought you the VCR … how Walt Disney tamed television … how a shotgun blast signaled the end of hand-made models and the beginning of digital special effects … and how even the almighty Morgan Freeman had trouble persuading theater-owners that the Internet wasn’t their mortal enemy. Inventing the Movies is an important read not just for fans of Hollywood’s history, but for innovators trying to make change happen in any industry.< Less