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The Black Cross - 15

The Black Cross by Olive Briggs. This is an interesting novel about life in Russia around the turn of the 20th century. It is very descriptive and gives us characters such as a Grand Duke, a Girl With An Exquisite Face and Jewish people in Peril.

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The Ridin' Kid From Powder River - 15

The Ridin' Kid From Powder River by Henry Knibbs. An amusing Western for boys ages 8-10. Young Pete starts out perched on a saddle with a trail of tired horses in his wake. He is beaten by a horse trader and threatens to kll him.

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A Cathedral Courtship - 15

A Cathedral Courtship by Kate Wiggin. A delightful romantic tale of a little courtship running it's placid course through sleepy Cathedral Towns. In this English setting you meet characters such as Aunt Celia, experience train trips and find love along the way.

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The Red-Blooded Heroes Of The Frontier - 15

The Red-Blooded Heroes Of The Frontier by Edgar Bronson. Published in 1910 this is a wonderful story of the Frontier including chapters about the Evolution of the Train Robber, A Juggler With Death and A Cow-Hunter's Court.

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Jane Eyre - 15

Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte. If you haven't read this classic now is the perfect time to do so. It is a wonderful telling of the life of Jane Eyre, the Reeds, Bessie and the live and tragedy they encounter in their lives.

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The Professor - 15

The Professor by Charlotte Bronte. Written before the popular novel "Jane Eyre" this book works through a hero's life as the author had seen real living men in their lives. A book which brings you the social life and customs of the mid 1800s.

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Wuthering Heights - 15

Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte. In 1801 one of the characters has just returned from a visit to his landlord. We immediately meet Mr. Heathcliff, staring at his new tenant with his black eyes withdrawn suspiciously. You will enjoy this classic.

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The High Deeds Of Finn - 15

The High Deeds Of Finn by Stopford Brooke. The romantic tales here retold are bardic literature of Ancient Ireland. A look at the native culture, land and time in which these tales are written with artistic purpose. Including the Bardic Legend these are interesting stories.

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Journeys To Bagdad - 15

Journeys To Bagdad by Charles Brooks. You will be able to find an abundance of entertainment in these stories including: Tunes For Spring, Hoopskirts and Other LIvely Matters, The Worst Edition of Shakespeare and more.

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There's Pippins And Cheese To Come - 15

There's Pippins And Cheese To Come by Charles Brooks. An entertaining and sometimes humorous collection of stories including: Any Stick Will Do To Beat A Dog, The Friendly Genii and several other great stories.

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Little Lost Sister - 15

Little Lost Sister by Virginia Brooks. Elsie Welcome was the only girl in the big machine room at the Button Factory. When the Bell sounded for break she rushed to the window for some air. A book about the disgraceful way young women were treated and used in the factories of 1914.

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The Curious Book Of Birds - 18

The Curious Book Of Birds by Abbie Brown. This book tell nothing at all about bird history but brings quaint stories of birds. Good for ages 7-9.

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Bunyip Land - 15

Bunyip Land by George Fenn. This author has a wonderful way of bringing us a good description of varying places to which the character travels. In this story a young man takes an adventuros trip to New Guinea and runs from the White Bird catchers.

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Devon Boys - 15

Devon Boys by George Fenn. This author has a great knack for bringing us good description of places where the characters travel This story is about a boy who takes an adventurous trip to the North Shore and encounters desperate times.

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The Log Of The Flying Fish - 15

The Log Of The Flying Fish by George Fenn. This author has a great knack for bringing us lively description of the character's adventure of aerial and submarine peril.

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Under Drake's Flag - 15

Under Drake's Flag by George Alfred. An adventurous tale of the Spanish Main. Tales about a wreck on the Devon Coast, friends and foe and an attack in force.

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The Great English Short Story Writers - 15

The Great English Story Writers by Various authors. This book shows us the evolution of the short story as well as examples of authors such as Nathaniel Hawthorne, Frank Stockton, Edgar Allan Poe and more.

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At The Little Brown House - 15

At The Little Brown House by Ruth Brown. These pleasant and ejoyable stories are similar to those in the "Little House On The Prairie" series.

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Heart Of Gold - 15

Heart Of Gold by Ruth Brown. In these delightful stories, similar to the Little House On The Prairie Series, you will find wonderful descritption of life and surroundings. In this book you will read of a person with a disability and the helpful person who made their life better.

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The Lilac Lady - 15

The Lilac Lady by Ruth Brown. In these delightful stories, similar to The Little House On The Prairie Series, you will find wonderful description of life and surroundings. In this book you will meet an old beggar lady and find out how Peace gives the Lilac Lady an idea.

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