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Roy, who is new to his small Florida community, befriends a mysterious boy who introduces him to potty-trained alligators, burrowing owls, and sparkly-tailed poisonous snakes.
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In a ploy to sell more Krabby Patties than ever before, Mr. Krabs transforms the Krusty Krab into a winter wonderland spectacular enough to rival even the famous North Pole.
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A scion of the famous Adams family of American statesmen, historian Henry Adams crafted this well-known autobiographical work, which reflects his constant search for order in a world of chaos.
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When male penguins Silo and Roy attempt to hatch an egg-shaped rock and find no success in their efforts, the zookeepers decide to place a fertilized penguin egg in their cage and end up with little baby Tango, in an amusing tale based on a ...
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This book explores puberty through the parent-teenager relationship, as a "normal state of crisis", lasting several years and with the teenager oscillating between childlike tendencies and their desire to become an adult.
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The last in the Richard Hannay adventures sees Hannay caught up in more dangerous escapades. Valdemar Haraldsen is in trouble. Two men come to the rescue while a third agrees to help because of his sheer hatred of villains.
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The San Martin, a single-screw cargo steamer of 3050 tons, was on her way from Realejo to Tahiti.
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In Restless Empire, award-winning historian Odd Arne Westad traces China's complex foreign affairs over the past 250 years, identifying the forces that will determine the country's path in the decades to come.
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Reproduction of the original: The Haunters of the Silences by Charles G.D. Roberts
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The making of "Show ways," or quilts which once served as secret maps for freedom-seeking slaves, is a tradition passed from mother to daughter in the author's family.