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The Box-Car Children

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Editor: Courier Dover Publications
ISBN: 0486847349
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Four orphans discover an abandoned boxcar and move in, embarking on a life of self-reliance and hard work but also freedom and adventure. Beautiful hardcover version of original 1924 edition.

The Box-Car Children

The Box-Car Children Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Gertrude Chandler Warner
Editor: Prabhat Prakashan
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Sturdy corrugate contains 12 titles (Boxcars #1 - #12) as well as free activity poster and bookmark with checklist.

The Little Engine That Could

The Little Engine That Could Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Watty Piper
Editor: Penguin
ISBN: 0593096533
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The Little Engine That Could by Watty Piper Summary

The special anniversary edition of The Little Engine That Could™ contains the entire text and original artwork. Young readers, as well as parents and grandparents, will treasure the story of the blue locomotive who exemplifies the power of positive thinking.

Timmy Failure: Now Look What You’ve Done

Timmy Failure: Now Look What You’ve Done Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Stephan Pastis
Editor: Candlewick Press
ISBN: 0763670111
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Timmy Failure: Now Look What You’ve Done by Stephan Pastis Summary

The clueless, comically self-confident kid detective returns in a sequel to the New York Times bestseller Timmy Failure: Mistakes Were Made. "When you lose hope, find it." —Timmy Failure He doesn’t like to pull rank. To reveal that he’s this guy: Timmy Failure, founder, president, and CEO of the greatest detective agency in town, perhaps the nation. But he is. And he’s about to crack the biggest case of his generation: a school competition to find a stolen globe. It’s his ticket to bringing home a $500 prize, which is guaranteed to set him up for life. But someone is clearly trying to game the system. Hoodwink. Con. Defraud. So it’s up to Timmy Failure, with the dubious help of Total, his lazy polar-bear partner, and his unlikely new ally, eccentric Great-Aunt Colander, to find a way to avenge these shenanigans. Defeat this injustice. If he can only get his entry form in on time.

Teenage Hobo

Teenage Hobo Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Robert S. Weil
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1465355839
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Teenage Hobo by Robert S. Weil Summary

Three young boys found life thrusting the need of survival during difficult experiences, which people twenty or thirty years older may never face. The experiences they faced daily were unexpected and extremely hazardous. Each event could have resulted in their conquest or end of life. The ages in development of lifes fortitude were with these boys. Two of these boys were my younger brothers: Jack and David. I was the ripe old age of fourteen at the time the events took place during the summer of 1941. Jack was two years younger, twelve. David was exactly four years younger than I, ten. David had been born on my birthday, as I had been born on our dads birthday. Each day into the trip began with a fog of apprehension, obscuring any warmth of the morning sunrise. For about thirty days, this apprehension was repeated. The exhausting trudge of walking alongside many miles of highways. The fear of what might occur while riding within noisy freight train boxcars. The wonder if we would indeed make the thousands of miles to our goal of rejoining our unknowing mother in Los Angeles. All these periods of concern would be with me. I would hope I would be able to conceal these feelings from my brothers. I knew they too must be exhausted, but we had to move on; we had to succeed. I also knew Mother would be angry when she found out about what we had done. She would not be mad. Dogs get mad; people get angry. The emotions of young people, as we were, did contain periods of fear and painful discomfort. As time rolled by, the world began to appear to pass in slow motion. I felt we were not of the same world that we were dragging ourselves through. I wondered if this was my punishment in hell for the many wrong deeds in my past. If so, why were my brothers being subjected to this same misery?

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