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  • Old Greek Stories

    James Baldwin

    eBook (, May 17, 2012)
    This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a community of volunteers. You may find it for free on the web. Purchase of the Kindle edition includes wireless delivery.
  • Where Are You? A Child's Book About Loss

    Laura Olivieri

    Paperback (, Nov. 9, 2007)
    Where Are You: A Child's Book About Loss is a kind and supportive text with beautiful illustrations designed to help children of all ages cope with the loss of a loved one. It is created with love and care so that even the youngest readers will find comfort during this stressful and difficult time.
  • In the House of the Vodouisant

    David McMullen-Sullivan

    eBook (, Nov. 28, 2015)
    Three years have past since the horrors of Moorehead Manor almost took the lives of Emily, Adam and Jimmy. Now the legacy of Moorehead is pulling our heroes back into an even deadlier encounter of black magic and betrayal that they may not be able to survive.The Moorehead Manor series concludes with book 3: To the Dark Room of Souls
  • Moorehead Manor

    David McMullen-Sullivan

    language (, Feb. 7, 2013)
    Three teenagers stumble into a haunted mansion that traps them in a deadly nightmare. In order to escape alive, they must uncover the house's dark secrets of murder and prejudice.Follow the saga of Moorehead Manor in book 2 of the series: In the House of the VodouisantThe Moorehead Manor series concludes with book 3: To the Dark Room of Souls
  • The Child Who Saved Christmas

    Steven J. Corner

    eBook (, March 16, 2016)
    ....It is the night before Christmas and evil Yggdrassil, the Nordic Tree God, desires the magical powers of Santa Claus. Can Santa, and his loyal elves stop Yggdrassill's evil plan?.......Or will children everywhere wake on Christmas morning with no presents left by Santa Claus?
  • Pirats - A Tale of Mutiny On the High Seas

    Rhian Waller

    language (, March 31, 2020)
    Rip and her two sisters, Lu and Preen, survived storms and conflict on the voyage to Jamaica. But trouble is on the horizon when the meet a crew who are not what they seem... Stranded on a strange vessel, can Rip adapt to life on a pirate ship escaping the shadow of the slave trade, save the rats on board and find a way back to her family? To do so, she will have to become a Pirat! Sequel to the Wishing Shelf Award-winning Ship Rats. Profits go to the APOPO HeroRATs anti land-mine organisation.
  • Free - Feeling Real Emotions Everyday

    Pearl Howie

    eBook (, Nov. 27, 2017)
    WARNING – this book contains strong language. Because when you wake up to yourself after forty years “dear me” just isn’t going to cut it. I wrote this to express everything I felt on waking up and as a manual for myself on how it feels to be free (just in case I ever forget). My practice, whatever it is on any given day, is to help people feel alive, to wake them up. The tragic part is that they often wake up for a moment; for one second, for a song, for an hour, for a day or a week, they wake up to themselves and then they disappear again. I don’t want to live like that any more. So this book is for me and it is for you, because I want you to wake up too and stay awake. Maybe you are my beloved, maybe you are my sister, my friend, a stranger who I will never meet, but I want you to wake up. This world is too miraculous for you to miss it.
  • Why I Am Not a Christian

    Bertrand Russell

    eBook (, Feb. 19, 2016)
    Why I am not a Christian and other religious essays: Am I An Atheist Or An Agnostic?; My Religious Reminiscences;Religion and Metaphysics; Has Religion Made Useful Contributions to Civilization?; How I Came by My Creed; Or, What I Believe; Why I Am a Rationalist.Bertrand Arthur William Russell,18 May 1872–2 February 1970) was a British philosopher, logician, mathematician, historian, writer, social critic and political activist. At various points in his life he considered himself a liberal, a socialist, and a pacifist. In the early 20th century, Russell led the British "revolt against idealism".He is considered one of the founders of analytic philosophy along with his predecessor Gottlob Frege, colleague G. E. Moore, and his protégé Ludwig Wittgenstein. He is widely held to be one of the 20th century's premier logicians. With A. N. Whitehead he wrote Principia Mathematica, an attempt to create a logical basis for mathematics.
  • Out of Orbit

    Ashton Widdison

    eBook (, Jan. 18, 2015)
    Jude Carlisle: janitor, stutterer, orphan. He just lost his father in a car accident, both tragic and--given his past--not surprising. After visiting his grave, Jude hears a scream, and a young woman falls from above to the ground. Her name is Leslie. Correction. Her name is Pluto, and she's about to shake Jude's world up, for better or for worse.
  • Ship Rats - A Tale of Heroism On the High Seas

    Rhian Waller

    eBook (, April 23, 2019)
    The ocean is huge and dangerous when you are only two inches tall!Lu, Rip and Preen, three young rats, accidentally stow away on a Dutch freighter. They face storms, hostile ship rats, drunken sailors and more; and this is only the start of their voyage around the world...Winner of a Wishing Shelf Gold Award in 2017.For readers aged 7-8 (reading with adult) or 9-10 (independent reading). This book raises funds for APOPO HeroRATs, an anti-land mine organisation.
  • The Guide to Paris With Kids

    Pearl Howie

    eBook (, June 29, 2016)
    I started writing these guides because I used to get extremely burned out in my old job and couldn't even handle finding and booking a hotel and flight or finding what to do when I did take time off (I could never have handled trying to plan a trip with the kids too!) So, I thought "wouldn't it be awesome if someone would write a guide that just gave you one perfect escape; the perfect hotel, spa, flight and restaurant." So that's what I did.I was lucky enough to live in Paris in my 20s and it's one of those cities that you can never "do", there is always more to experience. This is a very special guide as it was a trip I took with my two nieces (aged 11 and 12 at the time) and although we had a perfect escape it was daunting even trying to find an appropriate hotel for the three of us, and a little scary trying not to lose them, especially at night by the Eiffel Tower!I hope this guide helps you to give your kids an incredible Paris trip.
  • The Dragon Whistler

    Kimberly J. Smith

    eBook (, Sept. 24, 2015)
    Willow McLain thinks dragons exist only in fairy tales...until she accidentally wakes one from a thousand-year hibernation. Who knew sneaking away from summer camp with her cousin Ben to explore an old abandoned hotel could land them, and their entire town, in danger of becoming dragon flambé? Who could have guessed that the slender whistle carved from bone Willow found in the hotel attic was stolen from a secret order of Dragon Guardians who'd spent the last thousand years watching over seven hibernating dragons? Now, as one of the dragon's "Whistlers," Willow is the only one who can play the magical tunes that control her. Too bad things don't return to normal once Willow lures the dragon back into her den. And when one of the Guardians turns evil, planning to use all seven dragons to control the legendary Dragon Treasure, Willow must wake her dragon again to help protect mankind's only source of hope.