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Silver Fox and Coyote By Story Adapted by: Alison Galarza, Illustrated by: Alison Galarza
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Based off of a creation story by the Achomawi Native Americans, "Silver Fox and Coyote" tells the story of two friends who together created the world that we now know today. Through... More > colorful illustrations, children can find understanding of cultures that they may be unfamiliar with, as well as discover a newfound appreciation for our Mother Earth.< Less
PJ's Worst Day By Story By: Peter Trujillo, Illustrations By: Lisa Trujillo
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The Story of the Magic Horse (Illustrated) By Blago Kirof - Illustrations, Laurence Houseman
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The Story of the Magical Horse is taken from ‘The Arabian Night’s Entertainments’ written by Laurence Houseman. It is a Persian fairy tale story which is fully based on flight of... More > the mind and fantasy. This children's e-book is fully illustrated all-color. Young readers will love the charming all-color illustrations, while parents will be fascinated by the richness of imagination in this fabulous story. The beautiful illustrations will captivate your child's imagination and bring them back to read it over again and again..< Less
The Story of the Hero Makoma (Illustrated) By Blago Kirof - Illustrations, Andrew Lang
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The book includes famous African Fairy tale The Story of The Hero Makoma, fully illustrated all-color by Blago Kirof. Young readers will love the charming all-color illustrations, while parents will... More > appreciate the moral at the end of the tales. The beautiful illustrations will captivate your child's imagination and bring them back to read it over again and again.< Less
Stories of the Olden Time (Illustrated) By Various
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The first stories given in this book are myths. They stand first in the order of precedence because they stand first in the order of time. The myths are followed by a few parables and fables, forms... More > of stories which from the earliest times have been used to apply some well-established principle of morals to practical conduct. Next follow legends, where we are called upon to separate the probable from the improbable, the true from the false. Herodotus, the father of history, wrote his account of the "Persian Empire" several hundred years after the events took place which he has recorded. The stories had been preserved to his day by tradition.< Less
Stories of New Jersey (Illustrated) By Frank Richard Stockton
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The book contains some historical stories about New Jersey starting from the year 1600 till the beginning of the 20th century. The book represents a type of anecdotic history of New Jersey.
Cambridge and Its Story (Illustrated) By Charles William Stubbs
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“Geographical and commercial importance of the city site—Map of the county a palimpsest—Glamour of the Fenland—Cambridge the gateway of East Anglia—The Roman... More > roads—The Roman station—The Castle Hill—Stourbridge Fair—Cambridge a chief centre of English commerce. One could wish perhaps that the story of Cambridge should begin, as so many good stories of men and cities have begun, in the antique realm of poetry and romance. That it did so begin our forefathers indeed had little doubt. John Lydgate, the poet, a Benedictine monk of Bury, “the disciple”—as he is proud to call himself—“of Geoffrey Chaucer,” but best remembered perhaps by later times as the writer of “London Lackpenny” and “Troy Book,” has left certain verses on the foundation of the Town and University of Cambridge, which are still preserved to us. Some stanzas of that fourteenth-century poem will serve to show in what a cloudland of empty legend it was at one time thought that the story of the beginnings of Cambridge might be found”.< Less
True Bear Stories (Illustrated) By Joaquin Miller
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Of all the real bears, Mr. Miller treats of five in the pages of this little book. All the straight “bear stories” relate to Ursus americanus, as most bear stories in our country do. The... More > grizzly stories treat of Ursus horribilis californicus. The lean bear of the Louisiana swamps is Ursus luteolus, and the Polar Bear is Thalarctos maritimus. The author of the book has tried without intrusion of technicalities to bring the distinctive features of the different bears before the reader and to instruct as well as to interest children and children’s parents in the simple realities of bear life.< Less
The Story of Patsy (Illustrated) By Kate Douglas Wiggin
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Kate Douglas Smith Wiggin was born in Philadelphia, the daughter of lawyer. She began to raise money through writing. Her first book was The Story of Patsy (1883), then The Birds' Christmas Carol... More > (1887).< Less
The Story of Slavery (Illustrated) By Booker T. Washington
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" It was one hot summer's day in the month of August 1619, as the story goes, that a Dutch man-of-war entered the mouth of the James River, in what is now the State of Virginia, and, coming in... More > with the tide, dropped anchor opposite the little settlement of Jamestown. Ships were rare enough to be remembered in that day, even when there was nothing especially remarkable about them, as there was about this one. But this particular ship was so interesting at the time, and so important because of what followed in the wake of its coming, that it has not been forgotten to this day. The reason for this is that it brought the first slaves to the first English settlement in the New World. It is with the coming of these first African slaves to Jamestown that the story of slavery, so far as our own country is concerned, begins.”< Less