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The Awakening of Mr. Black By Tom White
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SEO Made Easy By Tom White
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Discover How To Get Your Sites On Top of The Search Engines So You Can Generate More Leads and Sales... Short yet useful! Easy but powerful! Don't hesitate! Catch this opportunity and get... More > your success!< Less
Fun at the beach By Tom White
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Getting your children and their friends playing together on holiday has never been easier. This book contains over 130 games or activities which will see the hours fly by. All that's required are a... More > few beach essentials and lots of enthusiasm. Enjoy the creation of some fantastic holiday memories, and watch your children have fun at the beach. Which activities and games will your family come back to again and again?< Less
White Africa By Tom Holmes
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White Africa By Tom Holmes
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Toms Dream By kollen samuel
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This book is about Thomas white finding his dream and helping people find there dream.
Life in a White Coat By Tom Carey
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An account of Tom's experiences between leaving St Cuthbert's Grammar School and starting work at George Angus in 1954.
Uncle Tom's Cabin By HARRIET BEECHER STOWE
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HARRIET BEECHER STOWE Uncle Tom's Cabin When the authoress of "Uncle Tom's Cabin," Harriet Elizabeth Beecher Stowe, visited the White House in 1863, President Lincoln took her hand, and,... More > looking down from his great height, said, "Is this the little woman who brought on so great a war?" But, strangely enough, the attitude of the writer was thoroughly misunderstood. A terrible indictment against the principle of slavery the story certainly is. "Scenes, incidents, conversation, rushed upon her," says one of her biographers, "with a vividness that would not be denied. The book insisted upon getting itself into print." Yet there is no trace of bitterness against those who inherited slaves throughout the story. The most attractive personages are Southerners, the most repulsive Northerners. No more delightful a picture of conditions under slavery has ever been drawn as that with which the book opens--on the Shelby estate in Kentucky.< Less