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Doodles Lanhorn And The Search For The Missing Artifact

Author: Russell D Bernstein
ISBN: 9781938998904
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Art comes to life as Doodles uses his exceptional Wizartry skill to hunt for the prized artifact that holds the key to Inner Earth. But there is a detective who is convinced that Doodles is the actual thief. Doodles enlists the help of his old and new friends, including his unique sidekick Boogly. Will Doodles recover the stolen artifact or will the malicious Mr. Derringer outwit him? Although this new novel is a standalone book, Bernstein is also the author of two previous popular novels about Doodles: When Art and Magic Collide (2014) and Doodles Lanhorn and the Quest to Save Inner Earth (2016).

Finders Keepers

Author: Shelley Tougas
Publisher: Roaring Brook Press
ISBN: 1596439912
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From the author of The Graham Cracker Plot, a story about two friends playing finders keepers for the missing loot of Al Capone. Christa spends every summer at the most awesome place in the whole world: her family's cabin on Whitefish Lake in Wisconsin. Only her dad recently lost his job and her parents have decided to sell the cabin. But not if Christa can help it. Everyone knows there is Al Capone blood money hidden somewhere in Whitefish Lake, and her friend Alex's cranky grandpa might have the key to finding it. Grumpa says the loot is gone, or worse-cursed!-but Christa knows better. If she finds it, she can keep it and save her family and their beloved cabin.

The Question Is Why

Author: Jeff Yager
Publisher: Hannacroix Creek Books
ISBN: 9781938998690
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At a certain age, children become very curious and they start asking "Why?" When a parent (teacher, educator, or grandparent) responds with an answer, these inquisitive children will often respond with another "Why?" THE QUESITON IS WHY? was inspired by the author's son, Bradley. There are 26 different questions and answers, each corresponding to a letter of the alphabet, as well as a surprise bonus question at the end of this educational and fun children's book. There is also a list of additional activities parents and educators can do with children to inspire inquiring minds as well as a list of related children's books to explore. Praise for THE QUESTION IS WHY? "THE QUESTION IS WHY? incorporates both creative questioning and an innovative take on learning the alphabet. It will make a great addition to any pre-K or K-3 classroom library!" -Kaitlin Roig-DeBellis, author, CHOOSING HOPE, Executive Director,, and speaker "This must-read children's book makes learning fun with discussion-provoking questions and beautiful illustrations. My three-year-old loves this entertaining book!" -Russell D. Bernstein, parent and author, DOODLES LANHORN AND THE QUEST TO SAVE INNER EARTH "An engaging way to teach children the alphabet and the value of asking questions." - Joyce Guy Patton, elementary school teacher and principal (retired) About the Author Jeff Yager grew up in Connecticut and now lives in Florida. He is the author of two novels: ATOM & EVE, a sci-fi for young adults and up, and I LIKE GOD, co-authored with Skye Bynes, a novel about the impact of social media. About the Illustrator Nancy Batra is a graphic designer, children's book illustrator, and book cover designer who lives and works in New Delhi, India.

A Tramp Abroad

Author: Mark Twain
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Twain's account of traveling in Europe. A Tramp Abroad sparkles with the author's shrewd observations and highly opinionated comments on Old World culture. A Tramp Abroad includes among its adventures a voyage by raft down the Neckar and an ascent of Mont Blanc by telescope, as well as the author's attempts to study art.

Brief History Of English And American Literature

Author: Henry A. Beers
Publisher: Prabhat Prakashan
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This book contains a brief history of English and American literature, it was written by Henry Augustin Beers and also contains an introduction and supplementary chapters on the Religious and Theological Literature of Great Britain and the United States by John Fletcher Hurst.


Author: Russell D. Bernstein
ISBN: 9781621832188
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The life of Doodles Lanhorn is mediocre at best. Between his unruly red hair and lanky frame, being bullied at school, and constantly being pestered by his father to go out for a sport-any sport-all he ever wants to do is lock himself away in the world of his drawings. Despite having a tight-knit group of friends, Doodles often feels alone, and his non-confrontational nature often makes it hard for him to interact at all-so, what is the point? Then everything changes on his thirteenth birthday... A book filled with gorgeous paintings, a mysterious note from a stranger, a lone bookstore, and a single paintbrush pave the way to a world where magic is commonplace, and imagination is the only limitation. A "lifelike painting" takes on a whole new meaning as Doodles explores the world of Wizartry-a proud, haphazard heritage hidden away from prying eyes. With the fate of another whole world hanging in the balance, Doodles must face his fears, challenge his faults, and discover an ability he didn't even know he had. He encounters friends and foes alike as he journeys through the secretive practice of the Wizarting world. With little guidance from his master, Doodles must pass each test and win the favor of the Gate Council in order to earn his place among this elite group. But his journey is just beginning... Join Doodles as he must discern truth from rumor, fact from myth, and good from evil in this hero's journey where a boy becomes a man. Can he uncover the plot to destroy Inner Earth? Will he be able to reverse the Eraser in time? Pick up your paintbrush and discover what lies ahead...

American Airpower Comes Of Age

Author: General Henry H. Arnold
Publisher: The Minerva Group, Inc.
ISBN: 9781410217356
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This volume has richly enhanced General Henry H. "Hap" Arnold's reputation as the father of today's United States Air Force. Major General John W. Huston, himself an Army Air Forces combat veteran of the war, has edited each of Arnold's World War II diaries and placed them in their historical context while explaining the problems Hap faced and evaluating the results of his travels. General Huston, a professional historian, has taught at both the US Air Force Academy and the US Naval Academy. A former Chief of the Office of Air Force History and an experienced researcher both here and abroad in the personal and official papers of the war's leaders, he has been careful to let Hap speak for himself. The result is an account of the four-year odyssey that took Arnold to every continent but one as he took part in deliberations that involved Allied leaders in major diplomacy/strategy meetings with Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry S Truman, Winston Churchill, Josef Stalin, Charles de Gaulle, and Chiang Kai-shek. At those meetings, Hap recorded the comments of the various participants. His 12 diaries contain his own thoughts, which range from being lost over the Himalayas to comforting the wounded as they were airlifted from the Normandy beaches. He experienced an air raid in London and viewed the carnage in recently liberated Manila. Arnold recorded his honest impressions, from private meetings with King George VI in Buckingham Palace to eating from mess kits with his combat crews in the North African desert - all while perceptively commenting on the many issues involved and assessing the people, the culture, and the surroundings. This volume offers the best assessment we have of Hap as he survived four wartime heart attacks and continued to work tirelessly for proper recognition of airpower. It will also continue my emphasis while Chief of Staff of the US Air Force on encouraging professional reading through making historical accounts available to personnel of the finest air force in the world, a success achieved in large part because of Hap Arnold. Ronald R. Fogleman General, United States Air Force, Retired

Common Core Elements Of Literature Grades 6 8

Author: Linda Armstrong
Publisher: Mark Twain Media
ISBN: 1622234642
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Centered around Common Core State Standards, Common Core: Elements of Literature is designed to help students understand such complex elements of literature as irony and symbolism. Practice pages, student charts, graphic organizers, research challenges, discussion starters, writing prompts, games, group activities, and recommended reading lists enable students to practice: Pinpointing character, setting, plot, and theme; uncovering common symbols in fiction; detecting similes, metaphors, and other figures of speech; spotting verbal, situational, and dramatic irony; and recognizing allegory, parody, and satire. --Mark Twain Media Publishing Company specializes in providing captivating, supplemental books and decorative resources to complement middle- and upper-grade classrooms. Designed by leading educators, the product line covers a range of subjects including mathematics, sciences, language arts, social studies, history, government, fine arts, and character. Mark Twain Media also provides innovative classroom solutions for bulletin boards and interactive whiteboards. Since 1977, Mark Twain Media has remained a reliable source for a wide variety of engaging classroom resources.