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Unclever B.A. By A Child
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Everything from Last Time Until Now is a archival production of all the poetry worth reading from 2009 to 2014. The second book of poetry by A. Child.
A Little Book Of Poems By Michelle Reading
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This book is a simple collection of bereavement poems by various authors put together for those who have lost a child. In loving memory of Tyler Jake Waters,stillborn at 25weeks & all those... More > children in heaven.< Less
A Little Book Of Poems By Michelle Reading
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This book is a simple collection of bereavement poems by various authors put together for those who have lost a child. In loving memory of Tyler Jake Waters,stillborn at 25weeks & all those... More > children in heaven.< Less
The Bad Child's Book of Beasts By H. Belloc
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A fun book with cute black-and-white vintage pictures and silly rhymes. Your kids and grands will enjoy having you read this to them. Those old enough will enjoy reading it on their own!
The Summary of the Handmaid’s Tale: Based on the Book by Margaret Atwood By Goldmine Reads
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Change has arrived in America. With it comes a new world order—the rise of a theocratic regime called the Republic of Gilead which takes the Old Testament at its every word. Margaret Atwood's... More > The Handmaid's Tale is told through the eyes of Offred, one of the ill-fated Handmaids in the new Republic of Gilead. In the present world, Handmaids are stripped of their own names, their rights, their families, and even their ability to read and write. Now a mere possession of one of the new regime's formidable Commanders and his Wife, Offred's value lies only in her fertility and her capacity to bear a child. Gripping and grotesque, The Handmaid's Tale is a dystopian masterpiece that illustrates what could happen when the liberal transforms into the puritanical, and what people are capable of when the puritanical ultimately distorts into the radical.< Less
The Summary of the Handmaid's Tale: Based On the Book By Margaret Atwood By Goldmine Reads
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Change has arrived in America. With it comes a new world order—the rise of a theocratic regime called the Republic of Gilead which takes the Old Testament at its every word. Margaret Atwood's... More > The Handmaid's Tale is told through the eyes of Offred, one of the ill-fated Handmaids in the new Republic of Gilead. In the present world, Handmaids are stripped of their own names, their rights, their families, and even their ability to read and write. Now a mere possession of one of the new regime's formidable Commanders and his Wife, Offred's value lies only in her fertility and her capacity to bear a child. Gripping and grotesque, The Handmaid's Tale is a dystopian masterpiece that illustrates what could happen when the liberal transforms into the puritanical, and what people are capable of when the puritanical ultimately distorts into the radical.< Less
THE CHILD'S STORY BOOK By Haley Allen
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this book is for kids who have the ability to do almost anything they want in life I am hope your child loves the stories in this book. There might not be alot but I have tried to do my best writing... More > is not easy. You have to use your creativity and imagination alot and put them into words. I am hoping all children will love this book. ' ENJOY YOUR STORIES, and keep on reading< Less
The Freedmen's Book By Lydia Maria Child
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Lydia Maria Child, an American abolitionist, compiled this collection of short stories and poems by former slaves and noted activists as an inspiration to freed slaves. In her dedication to the... More > freedmen, she urges those who can read these stories aloud to others to share the strength, courage and accomplishments of black men and women.< Less
The Freedmen’s Book By Lydia Maria Francis Child
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The Freedmen's Book, by Lydia Maria Child was published in 1865. It was intended for use by recently freed African Americans, who were flocking to whatever schools they could find in order to learn... More > to read. As a source of inspiration to freedmen, Lydia Child offers a compilation of short stories, authored by noted abolitionists and former slaves, that showcase the accomplishments and courage of African-American men and women.< Less
The Inner Child By Calvin Baxter
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This book is about a young African American boy that discovered making good choices can move him forward in life. At an early age, he committed himself to be a good citizen of America. Follow his... More > life as he makes difficult choices and see how far he succeed.< Less