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The Horse Who Liked Grass By Reeve Kotz
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Rising 2nd grader Reeve Kotz wrote and illustrated this tale about a horse and home.
The Lioness that ate grass! By Maimoonah Naveed
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The lioness is an extremely kind creature in the jungle. she hopes to make friends with other animals and not scare them..read and find out more.
Grass Stained Twilight By Todd McHatton
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A collection of stories, songs, pictures, and poems. Visit mchatton.com for more fun and adventure!
Grass Stained Twilight By Todd McHatton
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A collection of stories, songs, pictures, and poems. Visit mchatton.com for more fun and adventure.
The Grass Really Was Greener By Mark D. Nixon
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Tracing 40 generations of one branch of the Nixon family from the Viking landing in Lindisfarne, Northumberland, UK to a new beginning in Northern Ireland, the immigration to America, and the land... More > rush in Oklahoma.< Less
Spring Grass and Comanche Moons By Mary Sue Wafer
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A sizeable caravan of Kalderash Gypsies who had wintered along the south banks of the Colorado River were on the move again. They were to join a Machwaya tribe of Romany Travellers at the fork of the... More > Brazos when “the first blossoms appear on the Mountain Laurel bushes and the intoxicating fragrance of purple sage fills the prairie air.” A freak snowstorm in late February of 1850 lingered into early spring, transforming the verdant terrain of the Hill Country into a ghostly camouflage for much too long. This seemingly sudden thaw was cruelly orchestrated to coincide with the natural progression of April’s annual flooding rains. Having no containment and no direction in which to flow, the fugitive force of raging waters, laced with generous chunks of ice, churned across the land with little resistance. Like a formless buzzsaw, it created narrow rivulets, rearranging limestone boulders and gouging wide ravines until its energy was spent.< Less
Spring Grass and Comanche Moons By Mary Sue Wafer
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A sizeable caravan of Kalderash Gypsies who had wintered along the south banks of the Colorado River were on the move again. They were to join a Machwaya tribe of Romany Travellers at the fork of the... More > Brazos when “the first blossoms appear on the Mountain Laurel bushes and the intoxicating fragrance of purple sage fills the prairie air.” A freak snowstorm in late February of 1850 lingered into early spring, transforming the verdant terrain of the Hill Country into a ghostly camouflage for much too long. This seemingly sudden thaw was cruelly orchestrated to coincide with the natural progression of April’s annual flooding rains. Having no containment and no direction in which to flow, the fugitive force of raging waters, laced with generous chunks of ice, churned across the land with little resistance. Like a formless buzzsaw, it created narrow rivulets, rearranging limestone boulders and gouging wide ravines until its energy was spent.< Less
The Grass Is Always Greener By Don Edmundson
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Identical twins, Connor and Christian Vernon, 26, jointly own a coffee shop called the Coffee Break. However, Christian and his brother did not see eye-to-eye, since Christian was forced to spend his... More > life in a wheelchair, due to an injury he suffered during a high school sports event that left his legs paralyzed. One day, a stranger came to the coffee shop and seated himself at an outdoor table. The waitress asked him if he wanted anything, and the man was brought a coffee and a muffin, however, when it was time to pay, the young man had no money. Connor went out to confront the man, and found out the Cassian Tagaris could not walk because his exoskeleton's power cells had drained and that it needed a few hours to recharge. This story is about how two men, with the same disability, see the other as having it better than the other. One has the technology to make him walk like a normal; the other is accepted by his friends, family and others, despite his handicap; both had given up on life.< Less
Keep Off the Grass! By Barry Napier
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Al Gore started it, but governments pay for his scam to sound real! The IPCC fraudulently changed genuine scientific papers to produce the infamous 2007 Report, but it never actually said what the... More > media makes of it. In this book, the author proves it all to be lies, fraud and deception. The book is meant to complement the heavyweight 'The Green Agenda', which should be read first. Both books prove beyond doubt that climate change, global warming and CO2 emissions panic are all mythical, invented by governments to produce fear, so that people will accept Marxist policies... heavy taxation, loss of freedoms, and genocide. We either stop the farce right now, or suffer serious consequences! It's up to you!< Less
Keep Off the Grass! By Barry Napier
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Al Gore started it, but governments pay for his scam to sound real! The IPCC fraudulently changed genuine scientific papers to produce the infamous 2007 Report, but it never actually said what the... More > media makes of it. In this book, the author proves it all to be lies, fraud and deception. The book is meant to complement the heavyweight 'The Green Agenda', which should be read first. Both books prove beyond doubt that climate change, global warming and CO2 emissions panic are all mythical, invented by governments to produce fear, so that people will accept Marxist policies... heavy taxation, loss of freedoms, and genocide. We either stop the farce right now, or suffer serious consequences! It's up to you!< Less

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