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Marmaduke Walking Adventures

Author: Brad Anderson
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
ISBN: 1449450644
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Humans aren’t meant to fly, but that’s often what they do when they walk a certain exuberant Great Dane. Come along for the ride when Marmaduke takes off on his latest laughable adventure. Whether he’s windmilling through puddles or hurdling fences, this e-book original collection by Brad and Paul Anderson compiles the best of Phil and Dottie’s whirlwind attempts to wrangle their strong-willed (and strong-legged) dog.

Marmaduke Merry A Tale Of Naval Adventures In Bygone Days

Author: William Henry Giles Kingston
Publisher: Library of Alexandria
ISBN: 1465597158
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I belong to the family of the Merrys of Leicestershire. Our chief characteristic was well suited to our patronymic. ÒMerry by name and merry by nature,Ó was a common saying among us. Indeed, a more good-natured, laughing, happy set of people it would be difficult to find. Right jovial was the rattle of tongues and the cachinnation which went forward whenever we were assembled together either at breakfast or dinner or supper; our father and mother setting us the example, so that we began the day with a hearty laugh, and finished it with a heartier. ÒLaugh and grow fatÓ is an apothegm which all people cannot follow, but our mother did in the most satisfactory manner. Her skin was fair and most thoroughly comfortably filled out; her hair was light, and her contented spirit beamed out from a pair of large laughing blue eyes, so that it was a pleasure to look at her as she sat at the head of the table, serving out the viands to her hungry progeny. Our sisters were very like her, and came fairly under the denomination of jolly girls; and thoroughly jolly they were;Ñnone of them ever had a headache or a toothache, or any other ache that I know of. Our father was a good specimen of a thorough English country gentleman; he was thorough in everything, honest-faced, stout, and hearty, not over-refined, perhaps, but yet gentle in all his thoughts and acts; a hater of a lie and every thing dishonourable, hospitable and generous to the utmost of his means; a protector of the poor and helpless, and a friend to all his neighbours. Yes, and I may say more, both he and my mother were humble, sincere Christians, and made the law of the Bible their rule of life. He told a good story and laughed at it himself, and delighted to see our mother and us laugh at it also. Had he been bred a lawyer, and lived in London, he would have been looked upon as a first-rate wit; but I am certain that he was much happier with the lot awarded to him. He had a good estate; his tenants paid their rents regularly; and he had few or no cares to disturb his digestion or to keep him awake at night; and I am very certain that he would far rather have had us to hear his jokes, and laugh at them with him, than all the wits London ever produced. He delighted in joining in all our sports, either of the field or flood, and we always looked forward to certain amusement when he was able to accompany us. He was our companion and friend; we had no secrets from him,Ñwhy should we? He was always our best adviser, and if we got into scrapes, which one or the other of us was not unfrequently doing, we were very certain that no one could extricate us as well as he could. I donÕt mean to say that he forgot the proverb, ÒSpare the rod, spoil the child;Ó or that we were such pieces of perfection that we did not deserve punishment; but we had sense enough to see that he punished us for our good: he did it calmly, never angrily, and without any unnecessarily severe remark, and we certainly did not love him the less for the sharpest flogging he ever gave us. Directly afterwards, he would meet the culprit in his usual frank, hearty way, and seem to forget all about the matter.

The Adventures Of Jade

Author: L.C. Mitchell
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1468508687
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Jade is your average girl. her 17th birthday looms closer, and her birthday present is the most shocking variety. her world is turned upside down when she finds out the truth about her heritage, and her fate. choices are made for her and her life stripped from her, heaving the responsibility of another world into her hands. the unfolding horrors of and evil queen and the mass murder of an entire species rests upon her conscience. will she be able to handle this new found responsibility, love, companionship, and truthes?

Rumo And His Miraculous Adventures

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Rumo the Wolperting fights his way across the very different realms of Overworld and Netherworld with his trusty talking sword while encountering such characters as a weather-sensitive swordsman and a guardian of a talking animal forest.

Something About The Author

Author: Anne Commrie
Publisher: Gale
ISBN: 9780810300682
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Provides biographical information on the men and women who write and illustrate children's books