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9 - Tom Swift and His Martian TerraVironment By Victor Appleton II
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When Swift Enterprises loses out on a contract to build a settlement on the Moon, Tom decides to turn his energies to a farther target: a self-sustaining colony on the only planet in our solar system... More > that might be safe for man, Mars. Certainly there have been robotic visits by mankind to the Red Planet before, but never a large group of humans in an Earth-like environment as Tom envisions. Enlisting the help of every Enterprises employee he can find, Tom hand-builds an incredible 1 million square foot structure to house a colony of intrepid adventurers. But, Mars is a devious planet, looking so similar to our own that people forget how treacherous it can be. And how inhospitable the outside world really is. While working on his TerraVironment structure he becomes involved in building of not one but two incredible aircraft, and finds that he and his father have two unseen enemies trying to ruin them.< Less
Religious Coloring By Earl Bacon
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This book is designed for children to color as they learn about the Bible. As soon as I finished high school, I enrolled at Clemson College in Clemson, South Carolina. I wasn’t there two weeks... More > when my air guard unit was mobilized. We trained in Victorville, California, with two other guard units, forming a wing. After nine months training with our new single-engine jet fighter bomber, we were shipped to Misawa, Japan. When I returned from the military, I tried going back to college, but being a workaholic, it wasn’t for me. I settled down and had three children, two girls named Lynne and Sandra and one boy named Buddy. I got into the real-estate business. Buying, building, and renting appeared to be my thing. I became a landlord very early in life, and by the time I was fifty-one, I had had enough. As of this date, April 29, 2016, I thank the Lord that I am still in good health at the ripe ole age of eighty-five. I hope you enjoy my coloring book as much as I enjoyed making it.< Less