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Books with title Shadow the Deer

  • The Shadow

    Donna Diamond

    Library Binding (Candlewick, July 13, 2010)
    A young girl confronts her fears in an eerie, wordless picture book featuring stunning, hyper-realistic illustrations.It’s an ordinary afternoon. A child comes home, heads upstairs, and sprawls on the floor to do some drawing under the watchful eyes of a pair of favorite dolls. But there’s another character in this wordless story: the shadow, unnoticed at first, then slowly creeping into her field of view. It’s a terrifying sight. Will the girl cower, or will she take on this shadow and tell it who’s boss? And where will the shadow go from there? With mesmerizing intensity, this dreamlike story tells an unflinching tale about recognizing and staring down one’s fears — if only for a time.
  • The Shadow

    Illustrated by Cover Art Luceno James

    Paperback (N, Jan. 24, 1994)
    1st Arrow 1994 film tie-in paperback, fine In stock shipped from our UK warehouse
  • Deep Shadow

    Randy Wayne White

    Library Binding (Center Point Pub, April 1, 2010)
    Many dangers lurk in the deep -- and the worst of them are human. Thirty minutes into what should have been an easy, beginner-level dive in a remote Florida lake, the rim of a cave collapses, trapping two of Doc Ford's friends. Ford himself manages to escape and quickly surfaces to find help. Instead, he finds trouble.Two men are waiting for him on the shore, and they are not the kind of men you ever want to meet. Ex-cons and killers, they're intent on diving to the bottom of the very deep lake and uncovering the remains of a legendary plane wreck, which is purportedly loaded with Cuban treasury gold. Ford's expertise is just what they need. And if he doesn't want to help? He can die. His friends? They can die, too. In fact, they can die right now . . . As the clock ticks, two struggles unfold simultaneously -- one above ground, and one below. No one is safe . . . and in the deep shadow, death awaits.
  • The Shadows

    Jacqueline West

    Library Binding (Thorndike Press, Nov. 1, 2010)
    When eleven-year-old Olive and her distracted parents move into an old Victorian mansion, Olive finds herself ensnared in a dark plan involving some mysterious paintings, a trapped and angry nine-year-old boy, and three talking cats.
  • The Shadows

    Megan Chance

    Hardcover (Skyscape, June 3, 2014)
    Grace Knox is about to turn seventeen, and the world of Victorian New York society should be opening to her—a time of dances and parties and boys vying for her heart and her hand. Instead, Grace’s world is closing in: the family business is gone; her brother is drinking and gambling away whatever is left; her widowed mother cannot cope; and her grandmother is slipping into madness. And now Grace is having disturbing dreams of ancient battles.Grace’s only hope is to marry Patrick Devlin and let his fortune save them all. But she isn’t sure she loves Patrick, and she doesn’t share his passion to free Ireland from British rule. Why look to Ireland when there is so much poverty and despair here?Then Grace meets Diarmid, an Irish stableboy. Being with him means losing everything. But the secrets and mystery surrounding him are too compelling to ignore. Soon Grace is drawn into his world of legend and heroes, magic and prophecy—the world of her dreams—where her own choice between faith and fear holds the greatest power of all.
  • The Shadow Door

    Nykko, Bannister

    Library Binding (Turtleback Books, April 1, 2009)
    FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Four friends discover a movie projector that opens a passageway into a world threatened by creatures of shadow, where their only weapon is light.
  • The Shadow

    Donna Diamond

    Hardcover (Candlewick Press (MA), July 13, 2010)
  • The shadow

    Arthur Stringer

    (The Century Co, Jan. 1, 1913)
    No Dust Jacket 1913 but Cover in excellent shape for age. Minor shelf wear on cover/Back. Pages clean and crisp! with very tight binding Still a Fantastic Book Zero Pen Marks Cant beat the Price! All types of Shipping Available!! Great Book or $Money$ back!!! Any questions feel free to email
  • The Shadow Dogs

    Peggy McLain

    Paperback (Little Creek Books, March 14, 2018)
    From across the ocean to the Carolina Mountains comes a boy and his faithful yellow dog. Set in Colonial frontier times John is no stranger to adversity. Join John in a tangled web of lies and deceit, as he fights to survive while seeking his destiny. As John's adventure unfolds, see him struggle with his own inner demon, fight in the Battle of King's Mountain, and discover his connection to the mystical Shadow Dogs. John's story is one of both joy and heartbreak that you'll never want to end.
  • The Shadow Thief

    Alexandra Adornetto

    Paperback (Angus & Robertson, March 15, 2009)
    An exciting new fantasy full of bizarre and engaging characters unpredictable journeys and humour. Drabville is a model town where Milli Klompet lives with her slightly offbeat family and spends her time longing for adventure. Then one day along with her cautious best friend and amateur geologist Ernest Perriclof Milli discovers 'Hog House'. But the afternoon's entertainment takes a different turn when the they are held prisoner by the wacky Mr and Mrs Mayor and a cohort of evil magicians led by the sinister Aldor. Aldor is eagerly anticipating the Great Guzzle- a horrifying ceremony during which he plans to swallow the shadows of every citizen in Drabville absorbing their skills and talents and rendering himself invincible. Milli and Ernest must evade the Shadow Keepers and outwit the sinister Aldor before the shadows are swallowed and Drabville loses its soul forever! Pandemonium ensues at the Great Guzzle when Milli and Ernest take on the forces of evil in a food fight of epic proportions releasing the shadows and restoring individuality to the citizens of Drabville once again. Ages 10+
  • The Shadow Elf

    Terry Spear

    (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Oct. 17, 2012)
    Persephonice is given the mission of distracting the shadow elves who are bound to learn what is blocking their water source before they discover a space ship is sitting in the middle of their river. That's how all the trouble begins. Extended Description Persephonice is an overseer--an observer and recorder of information about inhabitants of civilized worlds. Only she's lost her lifemate and cannot be an overseer without one. She's given a second chance if she can prove she's worthy if she can survive an inhospitable planet inhabited by elves and other mythical creatures she's only read about, very little of which is known of them except that they constantly battle amongst themselves and are not civilized enough to safely observe. The shadow elf, Dracolin, a warrior given the task of learning what is blocking their water source, doesn't expect to find the most unusual creature he's ever encountered--a red-haired, green-eyed land-bound mermaid. That's only the beginning. She understands and can speak his language, falls off cliffs without injuring herself, and swims like a mermaid--without the fishtail. Everyone is intrigued with her--except some fear her uniqueness and want to destroy her. That is the problem with observing uncivilized worlds.
  • The Shadow

    Les Martin

    Paperback (Random House Books for Young Readers, June 21, 1994)
    Criminal mastermind-turned-crime fighter Lamont Cranston uses his uncanny psychic powers and his disguise as the enigmatic Shadow to battle crime in 1930s New York and faces his ultimate challenge in the powerful and evil Shiwan Khan