The Whingdingdilly

The Whingdingdilly

Scamp learns to be content with his dog's life when Zildy the kooky witch turns him into a whing-dingdilly.

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Jethro and Joel Were a Troll

Jethro and Joel Were a Troll

Jethro and Joel, a two-headed troll, goes on a rampage through the countryside

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The Dog Who Wouldn’t Be

The Dog Who Wouldn’t Be

Farely Mowat's best loved book tells the splendidly entertaining story of his boyhood on the Canadian prairies.  Mutt's pedigree was uncertain, but his madness was indisputable.  He climbed tress and ladders, rode passenger in an open car wearing goggles and displaying hunting skills that bordered on sheer genius.  He was a marvelous dog, worthy of an unusual boy growing up a raw, untamed wilderness

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Who's the best friend you could ever have? An irresistible bandit named Rascal. Skunks, woodchucks, a crow named Poe, an absentminded father, and an 18-foot canoe filling the living room-welcome to the North home! Rascal is only a baby when Sterling brings him home to join the menagerie. But soon the mischievous raccoon is ready to join Sterling in swimming, fishing, and camping excursions. They're partners and best friends for a perfect year of adventure - until the spring day when suddenly everything changes.

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So Dear to My Heart
Song of the River

Song of the River

Having grown old living in his shantyboat on the Big Sandy River in eastern Kentucky, John engages in a final battle with Scrapiron Jack, the huge catfish he has been trying to catch for years.

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Story of Aeneas

Story of Aeneas

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The Complete Works of G. A. Henty

The Complete Works of G. A. Henty

This carefully crafted ebook collection is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents:
A Search for a Secret
All But Lost
Out on the Pampas
The Young Franc-Tireurs
The Young Buglers
The Cornet of Horse
In Times of Peril
Facing Death, The Hero of the Vaughan Pit
Winning His Spurs
Friends Though Divided
Jack Archer
Under Drake's Flag
By Sheer Pluck
With Clive in India
In Freedom's Cause
St. George For England
True to the Old Flag
The Young Colonists
The Dragon and the Raven
For Name and Fame
The Lion of the North
Through the Fray
The Bravest of the Brave
A Final Reckoning
The Young Carthaginian
With Wolfe in Canada
Bonnie Prince Charlie
For the Temple
In the Reign of Terror
Orange and Green
Captain Bayley's Heir
The Cat of Bubastes
The Curse of Carne's Hold
The Lion of St. Mark
By Pike and Dyke
One of the 28th
With Lee in Virginia
By England's Aid
By Right of Conquest
Chapter of Adventures
Maori and Settler
The Dash For Khartoum
Held Fast for England
Redskin and Cowboy
Beric the Briton
Condemned as a Nihilist
In Greek Waters
Rujub, the Juggler
Dorothy's Double
A Jacobite Exile
Saint Bartholomew's Eve
Through the Sikh War
In the Heart of the Rockies
When London Burned
A Girl of the Commune
Wulf The Saxon
A Knight of the White Cross
Through Russian Snows
The Tiger of Mysore
At Agincourt
On the Irrawaddy
The Queen's Cup
With Cochrane the Dauntless
Colonel Thorndyke's Secret
A March on London
With Frederick the Great
With Moore at Corunna
Among Malay Pirates
At Aboukir and Acre
Both Sides the Border
The Golden Cañon
The Stone Chest
The Lost Heir
Under Wellington's Command
In the Hands of the Cave Dwellers
No Surrender
A Roving Commission
Won by the Sword
In the Irish Brigade
Out With Garibaldi
With Buller in Natal
At the Point of the Bayonet
To Herat and Cabul
With Roberts to Pretoria
The Treasure of the Incas
With Kitchener in the Soudan
With the British Legion
Through Three Campaigns
With the Allies to Pekin
By Conduct and Courage
Short Stories
Historical Works

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The African Queen

The African Queen

First published in 1935, C.S. Forester's classic romantic adventure is a tale of opposites attracted. Allnut and Rose, a disreputable Cockney and an English spinster missionary, wend their way down a river in Central Africa in a rickety, asthmatic steam launch, and are gradually joined together in a mission of retaliation against the Germans. Fighting time, heat, malaria and bullets, the two have a dramatic rapprochement before the explosive ending of the book. This tale of unlikely love is thrilling and funny and ultimately satisfying.

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