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Cautious Fred is the rhyming story of Freddy, a little green frog walking home from school through a thick, eerie bog. Along the way, he meets a crafty croc, a sneaky snake, a beautiful but sharp-clawed lizard, and other suspicious creatures. With his mother's advice ringing in his ears, Freddy must remember to stay safe as he makes his way home. Designed to teach children how to be cautious when they are by themselves - whether walking to and from school, their friend's houses, or joining us for errands - Cautious Fred is the perfect tool to teach your child how to be safe on their own, all wrapped up in an entertaining, colorful story.
Allison Becker was raised on abuse and anger. She carries this anger with her through college and an assortment of jobs. She is determined to pull herself up from the ashes, to be independent, and to avoid the trap her mother was in—married to a controlling drunk who slapped her and her children around. Mark Moore is a successful businessman who is tired of working twelve hours a day, seven days a week. He spent eight years in the Marines. After the service, he worked hard, paid attention, and took advantages of all legal and barely legal opportunities that came his way. Now he owns the largest liquor and beer distributorship in the Southeast. He is also tired of living his life alone, just hooking up with a woman for sex and then having to shake her loose if she gets clingy. They meet when Allison starts a fight in Mark’s bar. He is intrigued with her beauty and wonders about the chip on her shoulders. She likes what she sees on the surface and is willing to have a physical relationship with him, but she is waiting for his true colors to show.
In the summer of 1968, a disillusioned young man fled the United States. Aided by the antidraft underground and with the military in hot pursuit, he, his wife, and their baby son charted a perilous path to a new life in the Canadian north and redemption at home. Finding Honor is a memoir that chronicles a tumultuous ten-year period of the author's life during the Vietnam War. It is an important story--a story not often told--of one soldier who chose not to go.
The Rover Boys were precursors to the Hardy Boys -- three brothers who solved mysteries and had adventures at boarding school, on vacation, and abroad. Twenty volumes (all included here) were published. A second series, chronicling the adventures of the original Rover Boys' sons, followed. Six volumes of the second series are included. If you enjoy this ebook, don't forget to search your favorite ebook store for "Wildside Press Megapack" to see more of the 300+ volumes in this series, covering adventure, historical fiction, mysteries, westerns, ghost stories, science fiction -- and much, much more!
Is it true what they say about first loves being forever? As the 1980s dawn in the sleepy English village of Rushton, Mickey and Fred are next-door neighbours and best friends, in and out of scrapes from the day they're born. They're convinced that nothing will ever keep them apart. But they're wrong. Fifteen years later, Mickey is beginning a new phase of her life, with a small flower shop in London. Meanwhile, Fred's life is also changing: he's set to marry his girlfriend in just a few short weeks. Then he bumps into Mickey for the first time since their worlds fell apart. As they pick up the threads of their friendship, Fred and Mickey relive their glory days growing up in Rushton. But can they ever really overcome the devastating events that once tore them apart?
This book is a course-level introduction to the theory of generative grammar of natural languages. This theory considers grammar to be a system of rules that generate exactly those combinations of words that form grammatical sentences in a given language and involves the use of defined operations (called transformations) to produce new sentences from existing ones.
A Companion to John F. Kennedy presents a comprehensive collection of historiographical essays addressing the life and administration of the nation’s 35th president. Features original contributions from leading Kennedy scholars Reassesses Kennedy, his administration, and the era of the New Frontier Reconsiders relevant Kennedy scholarship and points to new avenues of research Considers the major crises faced by Kennedy, along with domestic issues including women’s issues and civil rights
From the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of The Talisman, “an intelligent…suspenseful page-turner” (The Wall Street Journal) from “two master craftsmen, each at the top of his game” (The Washington Post). Twenty years ago, a boy named Jack Sawyer traveled to a parallel universe called the Territories to save his mother and her Territories “Twinner” from an agonizing death that would have brought cataclysm to the other world. Now Jack is a retired Los Angeles homicide detective living in the nearly nonexistent hamlet of Tamarack, Wisconsin. He has no recollection of his adventures in the Territories, and was compelled to leave the police force when an odd, happenstance event threatened to awaken those memories. When a series of gruesome murders occur in western Wisconsin that are reminiscent of those committed several decades ago by a madman named Albert Fish, the killer is dubbed “the Fishman,” and Jack’s buddy, the local chief of police, begs Jack to help the inexperienced force find him. But are these new killings merely the work of a disturbed individual, or has a mysterious and malignant force been unleashed in this quiet town? What causes Jack’s inexplicable waking dreams—if that is what they are—of robins’ eggs and red feathers? It’s almost as if someone is trying to tell him something. As this cryptic message becomes increasingly impossible to ignore, Jack is drawn back to the Territories and to his own hidden past, where he may find the soul-strength to enter a terrifying house at the end of a deserted tract of forest, there to encounter the obscene and ferocious evils sheltered within it.
Full color original oil paintings illustrate this funny and inspirational true story about artist Natalie Buske Thomas' childhood. Watch Natalie paint the art (via her YouTube Channel), making this book a unique interactive multimedia experience. Early discouragement from Natalie's dreadfully unimaginative art teacher didn't stop her from becoming an artist. Falling off her bicycle on an impossibly steep hill, getting bit on her you-know-what by a goose during Goose Tag, and freezing her tongue on the icy railing on Grandpa's porch after her cousins dared her to do it--well, none of those things broke Natalie's spirit. Today her paintings are in galleries and exhibits, and her dream of living and painting in Ireland has come true. Inspirational and funny, this book about Natalie (aka "Fred") lends itself to learning inference, vocabulary words, irony, and descriptive prose. Don't forget what makes this book special. Readers can watch the author paint the illustrations via short fun videos on the author's YouTube Channel. *If you like the digital version, buy the hardcover or paperback book for a special child, your local library or children's hospital, or just because.
Fred and Granny are back. This time they are trying to prevent the ruthless Sir Creasy Piles and the hen-pecked brothers, Hamlet and Romeo Macbeth, from getting their greedy hands on a newly discovered masterpiece by the great William Shakespeare. In this very funny story, of course, nothing goes to plan.
Out of bail skippers and rent money, Stephanie Plum throws caution to the wind and follows in the entrepreneurial bootsteps of Super Bounty Hunter, Ranger, engaging in morally correct and marginally legal enterprises. So, a scumball blows himself to smithereens on her first day of policing a crack house and the sheik she was chauffeuring stole the limo. But hey, nobody's perfect! Anyway, Stephanie has other things on her mind. Her mother wants her to find Uncle Fred who's missing after arguing with his garbage company; homicidal rapist Benito Ramirez is back, quoting scripture and stalking Stephanie; vice cop Joe Morelli has a box of condoms with Stephanie's name on it; and Stephanie's afraid Ranger has his finger on her trigger. The whole gang's here for mirth and mayhem in Janet Evanovich's High Five. Read at your own risk in public places.
Playhouse of the Damned is an anthology of short horror plays, hosted by Gus the Ghoul. As Gus says, Welcome to the Playhouse of the Damned. This is the playhouse. Guess what part you play. Heres a hint. In just a few minutes, youll find yourself agreeing with hundreds of theatergoers who have attended our playhouse and said, I'll be damned if I'm going to sit through any more of this!
The first exploration of modern Australian social anthropology, this study examines the forces that helped shaped its formation and reveals the struggles to establish and consolidate anthropology in Australia as an academic discipline. Once demonstrating that their discipline was the predominant interpreter of Indigenous life, anthropologists have assisted government in the control, development, and advancement of Indigenous peoples.
Set in the racing world of Newmarket in the 1880s, this is the story of Laura and her intense feelings for Fred Archer - the tall, slender young jockey who became one of the most famous men in Britain. Based around the true story of Fred Archer's short and tragic life, this is a moving and passionate story of first love.
Behind A Veil Of Tranquility. . . In the lovely town of Pleasant Valley in upstate New York, the maple trees were ablaze with fall's blood-red color. The air was crisp. And a woman named Susan Fassett left her weekly choir practice at a church--when a killer emerged from the shadows and mercilessly gunned her down. . . Was A Realm Of Sexual Depravity Where Murder Was The Last Sin. Stunned, the police immediately suspected Susan Fassett's husband and surrounded his home. They couldn't have been more wrong. Susan Fassett had been living a secret life, entangled in a passionate web of dominance, lesbian sex, betrayal--and a depraved plan for murder. After detectives untangled a web of secrets and corruption hidden in plain sight, the town of Pleasant Valley would be rocked again when a shocking trial exposed the whole sordid truth. . . "Phelps proves that truth is more shocking than fiction." --Allison Brennan "Phelps is one of America's finest true-crime writers." --Vincent Bugliosi With 16 Pages Of Shocking Photos
When I published "Denizens of New Boston Road" Fred asked me why I had listed our brother Joseph Patrick Kiley Jr. as the author. It was not a mistake on my part; it was the only way I could get on with the project because I had been badgering him for weeks to allow me to list him as the author, which he was. At that time he was still teaching at Trenton State and I assume he was reluctant to let his students and associates see his published works. He mellowed after a short time, because everyone approved of his writings. The publication of "Denizens" led to a discussion of his other writings and that brought up the subject of the letters which we had been exchanging over the years. He told me that the letters meant a lot to him because he used them to force him to continue writing even when the mood to write wasn't "on" him. He also told me that the freedom he enjoyed in writing letters was the limited audience to whom he was writing; friends and family. In this publication I am violating that limitation by allowing you to enter into the audience that can see and read the thoughts he had intended for a select few. Fred felt that in letter writing there could be an intimate bonding between the writer and the recipient; in the best case a touching of souls. Fred was still an innocent in many respects; even after the war had stripped him of most of his innocence. He wrote using humor, sarcasm, and other artifices to conceal his true message which was love. He had a love for natural beauty, children and animals. He had admiration for talent, honesty and integrity. I hope that you can discover that by reading his letters. He was my big brother; and I loved him.

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