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  • The Walnut Cup Kids can’t get enough of the squirrels from Patrick Carman’s fun-filled Elliot’s Park series. In their latest adventure, Elliot and his furry friends are eagerly anticipating the Walnut Cup-a soccer competition that has the whole park buzzing. But the choice of ball-a perfectly round ... Read Book
  • Unmaking of the President 2016 The first comprehensive account that proves that James Comey threw the 2016 election to Donald Trump. “Compelling criticism…lapsed Trump supporters might well open their minds to this attorney’s scholarly, entirely convincing proof of the damage done” (Kirkus Reviews, ... Read Book
  • Always Green Patti Hill crafts inspirational tales of romance that critics and fans call “charming, touching, encouraging, affirming, quaint, funny, and poignant.” Always Green continues the spiritual journey that began in Like a Watered Garden (K1141). A self-employed landscape gardener, Mibby Garrett is ... Read Book
  • Guitar by Ear: Pop Box Set 2 From The Beatles to Christina Perri, this box set covers five decades of great guitar songs, most at the beginner and early intermediate level. Here you will find Clapton, The Stones, The Eagles, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Sara Evans, and more! If you are looking for a batch of guitar lessons that will ... Read Book
  • Psalms: An Expositional Commentary, Vol. 1 “No matter how familiar you may be with the Psalms, an incredible amount of information and insight can be gained through this commentary.”—Christian RetailingWhether you’re a serious Bible student probing through Psalm nineteen or a first-time reader inspired by the promise of Psalm ... Read Book
  • A Whisper to the Living Inspector Porfiry Petrovich Rostnikov is an honest policeman in a very dishonest post-Soviet Union. He and his team are searching for a serial killer who has claimed at least forty victims. And then there is the problem of protecting a visiting British journalist who is working on a story about a ... Read Book
  • This Day The steamy and thrilling story of Laura and Massimo continues in this unputdownable sequel to the international bestseller 365 Days—the inspiration behind Netflix’s blockbuster movie. Laura Biel’s new life in Sicily looks like the perfect fairy tale: a grand wedding, a wealthy and ... Read Book
  • The Air We Breathe An ECPA Fiction Book of the Year winner, Christa Parrish delivers an affecting tale of souls yearning for safe harbor. At 17, Molly Fisk is unable to enjoy the preoccupations of other girls her age. Crippled by anxiety, Molly hides from life in the small-town museum she runs with her mother. ... Read Book

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  • The Jew of Malta The governor seizes all of Barabas’ property and chooses to convert his home into a convent. Abigail, his daughter, pretends to convert to Christianity in order to attend the convent. Abigail persuades Dominican friar Jacomo to let her join the convent after lying about converting once ... Read Book
  • John Gabriel Borkman There’s a reason why “John Gabriel Borkman,” Henrik Ibsen’s penultimate play, is rarely performed. Loaded with family melodrama and short on the blistering social criticism of earlier works such as “Ghosts” and “A Doll’s House,” the piece can ... Read Book
  • London River Pete Grant is a probationary policeman in the London Metropolitan Police Department, striving for a permanent posting. The night before his execution, a violent beheading takes place in front of St. Paul’s Cathedral. He and his colleague Lesley May are assigned to watch the murder site late ... Read Book
  • Eve’s Diary, Complete The journal began when Eve, the first woman in the Bible, was one day old. Eve believed she was nothing more than a test subject. She continued thinking about these things. She was so fascinated by God’s works that all she did was examine the moon, the mountains, and, most importantly, the ... Read Book
  • The Tale of Benjamin Bunny

    Mr. and Mrs. McGregor drive away in a gig, as seen by little Benjamin Bunny. He hops along toward his aunt’s house, where she is a widow with four small children named Flopsy, Mopsy, Cotton-tail, and Peter.

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  • Life on the Mississippi Life in Mississippi is a powerful story of the past, present and future of Mississippi, including cities, people and lifestyles. The story was written by Mark Twain, whose real name is Samuel Langhorn Clemens. Twain explains in the story that he “stolen” his nickname from the captain of ... Read Book
  • Le Morte d’Arthur: Volume 1 Chap. 1 The narrator starts off in England during the time of King Uther Pendragon. The Duke of Cornwall, with whom Uther has been at war, and his wife Igraine are sent by Uther. Igraine rejects Uther’s advances and informs the Duke of his actions when he proposes to her out of love. They ... Read Book
  • The Works of Edgar Allan Poe — Volume 3 Edgar Allan Poe (1809-1849) is regarded as one of America’s best, darkest, and most mysterious authors. The circumstances behind his premature death, as well as what made him tick, remain unclear. Poe is most renowned for his stories of mystery and the macabre, and he was one of the first ... Read Book
  • Memoirs of General William T. Sherman — Complete William Tecumseh Sherman is the most divisive commander of the American Civil War, both hailed as a prophet of contemporary warfare and vilified as a forerunner of modern savagery. Memoirs of General W. T. Sherman is a collection of hundreds of his insightful and frequently outspoken battlefield ... Read Book
  • Theaetetus One of the most significant works of ancient philosophy is Socrates’ Dialogue with Theaetetus. Socrates discusses several criticisms of Protagoras’ idea of knowledge, as well as how one person might be wiser than another. He also rejects the notion that wisdom is the promotion of better ... Read Book

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