All readers, not only children but also adults, will absolutely love the new children's book by Peter Newell. Containing wonderful pictures and having an amazing style it looks like a tale which grandparents usually read to their grandchildren. You won't get tired of reading The Slant Book many times to your kids of about 4-7 years old, you will always be amused and interested. The main hero of the story is a boy whose buggy goes down the slant causing many inconveniences on its way down.
Wonderful, captivating children story. Feeling lonely after being abandoned by his newly married elder sister Helen, Philip tries to adjust to a new life and entertain himself. He builds a city inside a house – from books, blocks and other stuff he played with… and one day Pip finds himself inside this magic city. Citizens told him that there had been a prophesy of two newcomers – the Deliverer and the Destroyer. To prove to be the Deliverer, Philip has to do seven great Deeds. Do you want to join and help Pip kill the dragon, slay the Lions of the Desert… and perform many other interesting things?..
Beautiful Stories from Shakespeare is a modified by Edith Nesbit collection of Shakespeare’s stories. They are changed with the intention of adapting rather sophisticated and sometimes difficult for understanding original Shakespeare’s stories to young readers so that there would be nothing unclear for any child who wants to get acquainted with works of the writer of genius.
A sequel to “The House of Arden”, “Harding's Luck” by E. Nesbit, an English children’s author, is a classical piece of literature for youngsters. It tells of Dickie Harding, an only child, a disabled boy, who travels in his past. Describing a wonderful time-travel adventure, the book is also a thoughtful story of unfairness, poverty, imperfection, sacrifice and magic, full of romance and charm.
Devastating, hopeful, hopeless, playful . . . in words and illustrations, Ingrid left behind a painful farewell in her journal for Caitlin. Now Caitlin is left alone, by loss and by choice, struggling to find renewed hope in the wake of her best friend's suicide. With the help of family and newfound friends, Caitlin will encounter first love, broaden her horizons, and start to realize that true friendship didn't die with Ingrid.
Allie and Nick have been in Everlost for a few years. Like everything else that fails to get to where it’s going, they’ve settled in an unpredictable routine that’s become more like a mission. Their days are not consumed by tedious repetition or useless patterns Mary Queen of Snots would approve of. Allie and Nick have long-term goals. The dynamics differ for each, but in the end all Allie wants is to find her home; Nick wants to destroy Mary Hightower. Left to her own extreme ideas of what’s really best for the children of Everlost, her selfish ideals have begun to sink to new lows. Now she’s demonizing Nick as the “Chocolate Ogre,” perpetuating a self-fulfilling prophecy that threatens to overwhelm Nick’s operation and reveal Mary’s true colors. Neither Nick or Allie is ready to take their coin yet, nor as it turns out, is Mary. And Mikey, Allie’s companion on her journey to find her family, seems to be a bit too preoccupied with how boring his natural state is now that he is no longer The McGill…
A threat more powerful and more frightening than anything they have faced has been watching and waiting. The Cahors witches must come together and find Jer and Eli as both the Deveraux and the Cahors family lines face eradication. All the secrets of the Cahors will be revealed, forcing them to overcome their greatest weaknesses in order to achieve their most powerful strengths. And only united do they have any chance at victory. Before the end, sacrifices will be made, alliances forged, and old friends lost forever.
Teaching, for the first time, the famous Andrew Carnegie formula for money-making, based upon the THIRTEEN PROVEN STEPS TO RICHES. Organized through 25 years of research, in collaboration with more than 500 distinguished men of great wealth, who proved by their own achievements that this philosophy is practical. (This text is in the public domain in the United States under the terms of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act because it was published between 1923 and 1964 inclusive, and not renewed at the US Copyright office in a timely fashion.)
- Author: Nicoll, W. Robertson (William Robertson), Sir, 1851-1923
- Genre: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Includes bikbliographical references I. The Synoptic Gospels / by Alexander Balmain Bruce. The Gospel of St. John / by Marcus Dods -- II. The Acts of the apostles / by R.J. Knowling. St. Paul's Epistle to the Romans / by James Denney. St. Paul's First Epistle to the Corinthians / by G.G. Findlay -- III. The Second Epistle to the Corinthians / by J.H. Bernard. The Epistle to the Galatians / by Frederic Rendall. The Epistle to the Ephesians / by S.D.F. Salmond. The Epistle to the Philippians / by H.A.A. Kennedy. The Epistle to the Colossians / by A.S. Peake -- IV. The First and Second Epistles to the Thessalonians / by James Moffatt. The First and Second Epistles to Timothy and the Epistle to Titus / by Newport J.D. White. The Epistle to Philemon / by W.E. Oesterley. The Epistle to the Hebrews / by Marcus Dods. The General Epistle of James / by W.E. Oesterley -- V. The First Epistle General of Peter / by J.H.A. Hart. The Second Epistle General of Peter / by R.H. Strachan. The Epistles of John / by David Smith. The General Eepistle of Jude / by J.B. Mayor. The Revelation of St. John the Divine / by James Moffatt 31