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It's Later Than You Think By Alexander Turnbull
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Sometimes you’re closer to the edge of normal than you may imagine. ‘It’s Later Than You Think’ contains thirteen original tales which navigate the labyrinth of what may... More > roughly be termed ‘the odd’. Killers in unlikely guises, fairy-tale monsters alive and well (and eating noisily) and at least one killer pile of scrap metal. All inspired by the question ‘what if?’< Less
No More Laters By Polly Carter
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Jill is visiting her best friend Vicki after a long absence. Vicki's brother Michael and Jill have always had an uneasy relationship, ever since Michael spanked Jill when she was 16 for being... More > someplace she shouldn't. Jill has never forgotten that spanking - and for awhile it seems as if Michael has not either. Are things different now that she's 23 and he's 26? He obviously still thinks spanking is a good idea, but could there be anything else between them?"< Less
No More Laters By Polly Carter
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Jill is visiting her best friend Vicki after a long absence. Vicki's brother Michael and Jill have always had an uneasy relationship, ever since Michael spanked Jill when she was 16 for being... More > someplace she shouldn't. Jill has never forgotten that spanking - and for awhile it seems as if Michael has not either. Are things different now that she's 23 and he's 26? He obviously still thinks spanking is a good idea, but could there be anything else between them?"< Less
I'll think of the title later.. By Bhavana Choppara
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This is a collection of the pieces I have written throughout the year for my AP English Language and Composition class at Olentangy Liberty High School.
Mr. Riddler's Book of Riddles, Brain Teasers, Lateral Thinking Puzzles and More! By Rev. B, A. Johnson
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Riddles, brain teasers, puzzles and more to challenge the student, teacher or enthusiast. Included are illustrations that can be colored or copied.
Thinking For Yourself By Lionel Audette
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These wonderful short stories focus on being true to yourself. When you follow your heart, you learn lessons that are well remembered. It's a great book to read to young children and later for them... More > to read on their own.< Less
Thinking For Yourself By Lionel Audette
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These wonderful short stories focus on being true to yourself. When you follow your heart, you learn lessons that are well remembered. It's a great book to read to young children and later for them... More > to read on their own.< Less
Think On These Things By John Aseltine
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The Great Depression, World War II, The Atom Bomb and the United Nations. The years 1937 to 1954 span what has been called "The Greatest Generation". They also represent a high point is... More > public education. There are about 500 columns here, as they were printed in The Russ, the student newspaper. San Diego High School in those days had 3000 students and a faculty of over 100. The columns cover subjects from the prosaic -- keep the campus clean -- to poetic. You can follow the effects that the events of the day had on the school. Problems finding work for graduating seniors, boys preparing for military service, Hitler's war in Europe, and learning about the United Nations. Two themes run through the columns: the importance of the three R's and the school's role in teaching young people about democracy. Now, 50 plus years later, public education is battered by fads (like the New Math) and by the heavy hand of Federal Bureaucracy. It's refreshing to be able to look back and see what once was.< Less
Think On These Things By John Aseltine
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The Great Depression, World War II, The Atom Bomb and the United Nations. The years 1937 to 1954 span what has been called "The Greatest Generation". They also represent a high point is... More > public education. There are about 500 columns here, as they were printed in The Russ, the student newspaper. San Diego High School in those days had 3000 students and a faculty of over 100. The columns cover subjects from the prosaic -- keep the campus clean -- to poetic. You can follow the effects that the events of the day had on the school. Problems finding work for graduating seniors, boys preparing for military service, Hitler's war in Europe, and learning about the United Nations. Two themes run through the columns: the importance of the three R's and the school's role in teaching young people about democracy. Now, 50 plus years later, public education is battered by fads (like the New Math) and by the heavy hand of Federal Bureaucracy. It's refreshing to be able to look back and see what once was.< Less
Think On These Things By John Aseltine
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The Great Depression, World War II, The Atom Bomb and the United Nations. The years 1937 to 1954 span what has been called "The Greatest Generation". They also represent a high point is... More > public education. There are about 500 columns here, as they were printed in The Russ, the student newspaper. San Diego High School in those days had 3000 students and a faculty of over 100. The columns cover subjects from the prosaic -- keep the campus clean -- to poetic. You can follow the effects that the events of the day had on the school. Problems finding work for graduating seniors, boys preparing for military service, Hitler's war in Europe, and learning about the United Nations. Two themes run through the columns: the importance of the three R's and the school's role in teaching young people about democracy. Now, 50 plus years later, public education is battered by fads (like the New Math) and by the heavy hand of Federal Bureaucracy. It's refreshing to be able to look back and see what once was.< Less