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Books with title The Long Spring

  • The Long Spring

    Heather Wolf

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, April 15, 2014)
    "If you haven't walked in someone else's shoes, it's difficult to know the fit, so be kind and compassionate." - Heather Wolf, The Long Spring - The Adventures of Kipnuk the Talking Dog continue with book I-A, The Long Spring. In this story, Kipnuk is experiencing his very first springtime at the mountain. This book once again focuses on kindness and compassion. It also tells a story of a young Husky pup named Artek who sticks up for his small friend. The story also teaches how important it is to not be a bully and how a little kindness can change people's hearts. Kipnuk is told a tale from long ago and a new cast of characters will touch your heart. Hope you enjoy! Check out Kipnuk the Talking Dog & The Long Spring on Facebook!
  • The Song of Spring

    Hendrik Jonas

    Hardcover (Prestel Junior, March 19, 2019)
    In this charming book, children will delight in the sounds animals make as they come together to help a young bird find a friend.It's spring and everywhere birds are calling out to each other. But one bird has forgotten which sound to make. He tries "Woof," and meets a dog, who encourages him to try "Oink," with the expected result. Moo, Hee-Haw, Baa, Meow--each successive call adds another animal friend to the page. Will the young bird find another bird friend? As young readers are introduced to each type of animal and their sounds, Hendrik Jonas's clever illustrations grow increasingly crowded. The result is a beautiful celebration of friendship that will delight young children everywhere.
  • The Spring that was to Long

    Aryanna Martina Wooley

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Feb. 23, 2014)
    This story is about a girl named Venesa who is supposed to solve a mystery. Do you think she can solve it without her friend Liza?
  • The Spring

    J.M. Reep

    language (, Jan. 31, 2008)
    The Spring is a novel intended for a teenage and young adult audience. It tells the story of eight friends approaching the end of their senior year of high school. Preparing for graduation should be an exciting time, but as they look forward to college, fall in and out of love, and just try to survive their last days of high school, they discover the old bonds of friendship that held them together are falling apart. Can their teenage friendships survive their final steps toward adulthood? It?s a little bit angsty, a little bit funny, a little bit philosophical, and a little bit romantic. Read an extended preview at .
  • The Spring Song

    Forrest Reid, Mark Valentine

    Paperback (Valancourt Books, April 16, 2013)
    "[A] very unusual story [...] an interest develops strongly, it increases, and we move on to a climax that is full of excitement. Nothing save the book itself can indicate its peculiar atmosphere and its real merit." - Daily Telegraph "A very exquisite book, written with rare charm and great art." - Manchester Guardian "A book of distinction and charm." - New York Times "There are few contemporary stories of childhood reaching the artistic height of The Spring Song." - Springfield Republican Thirteen-year-old Grif Weston and his siblings, Barbara, Ann, Jim, Edward, and Edward's friend Palmer Dorset, travel to their grandfather's home in rural Ireland, where they hope to pass an eventful summer. Unexpected dangers and adventures lurk, as the children must solve the kidnapping of their beloved dog Pouncer and thwart a burglary attempt on Grandpapa's house. Yet there is another danger, far more sinister, involving Billy Tremaine, a local boy who died at age fourteen in a tragedy no one wants to talk about. When Grif hears a mysterious figure singing an old tune called "The Spring Song," old Mr. Bradley tells him that it's Billy's ghost, trying to lure Grif into joining him in the world of the dead; shortly afterwards Grif falls ill with an inexplicable sickness. But Palmer Dorset, an avid reader of Sherlock Holmes tales, is determined to solve these mysteries, and he'll risk every danger to find the truth behind Mr. Bradley's ghastly stories and Grif's unexplainable illness. . . . Forrest Reid (1875-1947) is unequaled among English-language writers in his novels of boyhood and adolescence. In The Spring Song (1916), he weaves a classic boys' adventure tale with a chilling ghost story in the vein of Henry James's The Turn of the Screw. This edition, the first since the novel's original publication, is newly typeset from the original edition and features a new introduction by Mark Valentine.
  • In the Spring

    Craig Brown

    Hardcover (Greenwillow, March 1, 1994)
    Spring signals the arrival of many babies, both animal and human, on the farm
  • The Arab Spring

    Valerie Bodden

    Paperback (Creative Paperbacks, Feb. 7, 2017)
    There are certain moments in history that are so significant that they become Turning Points, moments that put a bookmark in time and cause the events that follow to be measured by a different standard. From assassinations to terrorist attacks, from political revolutions to economic crashes, such times are often fraught with conflict and tension. This series puts each event in its historical context and follows the trajectory of its immediate aftermath and continuing global effects today. A timeline of important events adds further historical context, while "Pointing Out" sidebars present related topics and perspectives. A historical account of the Arab Spring, including the events leading up to the string of protests, the people involved, the conditions of political instability, and the lingering aftermath.
  • The Spring Song

    Forrest Reid

    Paperback (Andesite Press, Aug. 22, 2017)
    This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work was reproduced from the original artifact, and remains as true to the original work as possible. Therefore, you will see the original copyright references, library stamps (as most of these works have been housed in our most important libraries around the world), and other notations in the work.This work is in the public domain in the United States of America, and possibly other nations. Within the United States, you may freely copy and distribute this work, as no entity (individual or corporate) has a copyright on the body of the work.As a reproduction of a historical artifact, this work may contain missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. Scholars believe, and we concur, that this work is important enough to be preserved, reproduced, and made generally available to the public. We appreciate your support of the preservation process, and thank you for being an important part of keeping this knowledge alive and relevant.
  • The Spring Song

    Forrest Reid

    Paperback (Forgotten Books, Feb. 9, 2017)
    Excerpt from The Spring Song'So fair a summer look for never more.' - Thomas Nashe.Leaning back against the leather cushion of the railway-carriage, Griffith Weston was conscious of an endless panorama of fields and meadows, of green hedges and white hawthorn, and blazing, yellow furze. The whole landscape was bathed in a crude glare of June sunlight, and the heat, and the vivid glittering light, and the rushing train, made his head ache.He wore a light, loose, flannel suit, without a waistcoat, and his wide short trousers left his knees bare. A dark olive-green silk tie brought out unnecessarily the sallowness of his complexion; his straw hat lay on the seat beside him. He was not in the least a handsome boy, but his expression was pleasing.About the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.comThis book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.
  • The Spring Tone

    Kazumi Yumoto, Cathy Hirano

    Hardcover (Farrar Straus & Giroux, April 1, 1999)
    Plagued by headaches and nightmares, Tomomi tries to make sense of her grandmother's death, her little brother's obsession with saving sick and abandoned cats, and her fear that she is becoming a monster


    Hardcover (Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing, Feb. 1, 1993)
    Though Mother Bunny's children cause her to lose her hat, they make it up to her very nicely
  • The Busy Spring

    Carl Emerson, Shelly Lyons, Corinne Lee Doerrfeld

    Library Binding (Picture Window Books, Sept. 1, 2008)
    Emma and Owen visit Old Oak at the park. It is spring, and all the living things are busy. Chipper the robin builds a nest. Will Emma and Owen see the baby robins?