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  • Sleeping Gods

    Matt Eaton

    eBook (Vagus Publishing, June 26, 2015)
    The first men to fly to the Moon see something strange. Apollo 8 commander Frank Borman doesn't tell NASA — because he's already been sworn to secrecy.From Borman's perspective in lunar orbit, the Earth looks lonely and fragile in the blackness of space. Lonely, but not alone — the far side, permanently hidden from Earth, is a perfect place to hide.Sleeping Gods puts you inside the capsule on a mission so audacious the astronauts were only given a 50-50 chance of making it home alive.If you've ever dreamed of flying to the Moon, take a trip with the men who did it. But could there really be a secret these astronauts have guarded for half a century?Remarkable though their flight proves to be, Borman's journey becomes even more bizarre after splashdown.An alternate take on space history to send your imagination into orbit — and it's just the beginning.Read Sleeping Gods now for free... Then go one step beyond with Borman in Apollo 8.1
  • Sleeping Beauty

    Michael Teitelbaum, Ron Dias

    Hardcover (Golden Books Pub. Co., Jan. 16, 2004)
    With the help of three good fairies, Princess Aurora grows up safe and protected from the evil Maleficent. But everything changes when she meets Prince Phillip and falls in love. Disney Princess fans ages 2 to 5 will love this Little Golden Book retelling of Disney Sleeping Beauty!
  • Sleeping Beauty

    BBC Audiobooks, full cast, BBC Worldwide Ltd

    Audiobook (BBC Worldwide Ltd, Nov. 20, 2006)
    With music, sound effects, and all the expertise of the BBC, these 10 traditional fairy tales are bought magically to life. Included are "Sleeping Beauty", "Jack and the Beanstalk", "Hansel and Gretel", and "Little Red Riding Hood".
  • Sleeping Beauty

    K. M. Shea

    eBook (, Dec. 15, 2016)
    Briar Rose, a clever peasant girl, feels only pity for the mysterious Princess Rosalinda–the hidden princess who was cursed to prick her finger on a spindle and fall asleep until true love’s kiss awakens her. But her pity turns into horror when Briar learns she is the secret princess, and Isaia, her childhood friend, is really a Magic Knight sworn to protect her.Briar reluctantly embraces her new life as a princess, and is reunited with her mother, father, and her grandfather–the king. But calamity strikes when Carabosso, the evil mage who cursed her as a baby, returns and plunders the countryside. Unfortunately, the king refuses to dispatch the Magic Knights to protect the people, and instead orders the knights to stay in the capital to guard Briar. But Briar is not the demure princess her family desires, and she vows to save her people if her parents and grandfather will not.Will the curse consume Briar, or–with help from Isaia–can she beat Carabosso at his own game?SLEEPING BEAUTY is a fairy tale retelling and the eighth book of the TIMELESS FAIRY TALES series. The books in this series take place in the same world and can be read all together, or as individual, stand-alone books. If you enjoy compelling characters, sweet romance, and magical jokes, download a sample or buy it today!
  • Sleeping Beauty

    Jacob Grimm, Wilhelm Grimm, Catherine Lutz, PC Treasures, Inc.

    Audible Audiobook (PC Treasures, Inc., Dec. 30, 2007)
    Behind a hedge of impenetrable thorns stands a castle, wherein lies a beautiful princess cursed to sleep her life away. Can the bold and dashing prince save the young woman, or is her fate sealed?
  • Sleeping Beauty

    Phillip Margolin, Houston Suzanne, HarperAudio

    Audible Audiobook (HarperAudio, April 8, 2004)
    Author Miles Van Meter is on a book tour to promote his sensational best seller Sleeping Beauty, a true-crime account of a deeply personal subject: the attack by a serial killer that left his twin sister, Casey, in a coma. Tonight the audience waits to hear Miles discuss recent developments in his sister's case, unaware that pieces of this complex puzzle of violence, unknown even to the author, are about to be revealed. Six years earlier, life was much simpler for everyone involved, especially 17-year-old Ashley Spencer, a popular high school soccer star. Then one night an intruder entered Ashley's home and murdered her father and her best friend. Traumatized and suffering from a crippling sense of survivor guilt, Ashley is ready to give up on both soccer and life until help comes from an unexpected source, a scholarship to an elite private school is extended to her by school dean Casey Van Meter. The school quickly becomes a haven for both Ashley and her mother, Terri. As Ashley regains her sense of self through the school's soccer program, Terri joins a writing group for adults led by Joshua Maxfield, a former literary wunderkind who has disappeared from the best seller lists since his second book was panned by both critics and fans. Then tragedy strikes again and Ashley has to run for her life, unaware that the key to her survival is in the one book she's afraid to read, Sleeping Beauty.
  • Sleeping Beauty

    Jenni James

    eBook (Village Lane Publishing, Nov. 27, 2019)
    She is his worst fear.He is her salvation.Sometimes, learning to love is the bravest thing of all. Princess Aleyna lives the prefect life. Without any memories of her past, she wakes each morning to the same routine of sunshine and happiness. Or at least, that’s what she thinks she does. Prince Darién knows about the ruined castle. He’s grown up hearing terrible rumors of the ghostly maiden that roams its halls, and he knows it would be fool’s errand to venture in and disturb the dead. But when his friends challenge him to prove he’s not afraid of ghosts, Darién sets his sights on breaking the enchantment. By entering the castle walls, he unknowingly sets in motion a series of events that will unlock the forces of evil and threaten everything.Together, Darién and Aleyna must find courage to face their terrors. Can love reach across time to save them both?
  • Sleeping Murder

    Agatha Christie

    eBook (HarperCollins, Oct. 14, 2010)
    There’s no place like home.Strange things have started to happen in Gwenda’s new house.Things she couldn’t possibly know about the house feel oddly familiar: a sealed room, a hidden connecting door, an irrational sense of terror every time she climbs the stairs…Does the secret lie in a crime committed there many years before?Or does the answer lie closer to home?
  • Sleeping Beauty

    Larry Carney, Kara Kimmer, PC Treasures, Inc.

    Audible Audiobook (PC Treasures, Inc., Dec. 30, 2007)
    Cursed by an angry fairy, the little princess Briar Rose is doomed to a life spent in eternal slumber - until one day when a handsome prince happens to pass by the kingdom. Can his love break the spell and rescue Briar Rose from her sleeping reverie?
  • Sleeping Ugly

    Jane Yolen, Diane Stanley

    Paperback (Puffin Books, April 14, 1997)
    A clever twist on Sleeping Beauty for emergent readers.Princess Miserella is very beautiful outside, but inside she's the meanest, wickedest princess around. Plain Jane, on the other hand, has a face to match her name but a sweet and loving nature that earns her three wishes from a fairy. Miserella's horrible manners make the fairy so angry that her magic throws them all into a deep sleep. Will the handsome prince kiss the right girl?
  • Sleeping Beauty

    David Angus, Jenny Agutter, Naxos AudioBooks

    Audiobook (Naxos AudioBooks, Dec. 5, 2013)
    This is a story from the Ballet Stories collection. The magic of ballet is evoked in these enchanting stories presented with many musical excerpts from the works themselves. Jenny Agutter, who before turning to acting was a dancer, presents the stories of two French ballets - Giselle and Coppelia - and the three great ballets by Tchaikovsky, in engaging style. These are tales of princes and princesses, of good fairies and bad witches, and, in Tchaikovsky's The Nutcracker, the brave soldier and Clara - but does it happen, or is it a dream? And there is the music - the lovely melody from Swan Lake, The Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy and the waltzes and richly atmospheric passages painting, in sound, castles, forests, mists and lakes. A perfect introduction to the ballet.
  • Sleeping Beauty

    Mahlon F. Craft, K.Y. Craft, Kinuko Y. Craft

    Hardcover (SeaStar Books / Chronicle Books, Sept. 1, 2002)
    Sleeping Beauty's enchanted slumber has captivated readers' hearts for centuries. Now brought luminously to life by K. Y. Craft's lavish paintings, this new edition of a timeless favorite is sure to enchant readers both young and old. Fairy tale lovers have been eagerly awaiting Craft's next magical romance since the release of her Cinderella. With illustrations inspired by the magnificent style of Baroque painters, the sumptuous color and exquisite detail of this breathtaking interpretation make it a dream come true.