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Where the Giant Sleeps

Author: Mem Fox
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
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Illustrations and rhyming text portray the different residents of fairyland and where each one goes to sleep.


When the Sleeping Giant Awakens Within

Author: Nancy L. Briggs
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This supernatural thriller takes a lighthearted look at the heavy-handed in the spiritual world. It is the true story of one woman's courage and determination to overcome supernatural targeted oppression and suppression against all odds. Seemingly alone and defenseless, divine intervention would reveal itself time and time again to turn the tide in her favor to insure not only her survival, but her thrival. This is a trip to the inner heart and soul, in order to survive the external forces that were determined to force fear, destruction, carnage, and chaos. It is a feminine perspective and survivor's guide when you find yourself confronted with the dark side of the supernatural, intended to lighten the load of a burden she carried for twelve years. The battles were supernatural, the fight with the unseen forces was never fair or provoked, and came out of the blue and at random. The choices of others and the universal laws of attraction had unleashed a war zone in her personal life after the events of 9/11, and she had to discover for herself how to cleanse, clean, and clear it out of her life. This is a journey of discovery of the self. We heal, we reveal, we recover to assist others who struggle with dark days and deeds.


The Giant Crab

Author: MCR El Pensador
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This history of giant crab, you might think in stories of prehistoric sea monsters legends of yesterday. But in doing this story in my imagination was reflected in what a giant crab in the twentieth century. A monster can devour humans and create human massacres. This is the story of the giant crab that neither earthquakes nor submarines could destroy. They were born near the volcanoes in the Galapagos Islands. This giant sea monster causing terror in the port lighthouse that became the terror at bay giant crab history M.C.R—The Thinker


The Winona LaDuke Reader

Author: Winona LaDuke
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The first collection of LaDuke's speeches, articles, and more. "This collection will resonate with people interested in issues critical to Native Americans and indigenous peoples worldwide." Library Journal.


Riding the Giant Catfish

Author: Robert L. Wilson
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The story of survival of a huge, mega-earthquake in the Los Angeles area involves one family and how they are able to prepare and cope with a myriad of problems and challenges. The tale involves many ethical and moral dilemmas, which arise throughout the entire story. Also included are the numerous recommendations and suggestions of how to prepare for the worst case scenarios, far more deadly than those depicted by the various governmental agencies responsible for the ultimate rescue of the civilian victims. The maxim is basically to anticipate the largest degree of catastrophe possible, prepare for same and, if conditions are less then predicted, survival will be accomplished more easily. The fictional content is sprinkled, generously, with ideas, thoughts and suggestions as to how to effectively deal with a tremendous natural disaster. Remember, its not if this will happen, its only a matter of when.


The Last Sabre

Author: James Paddock
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Book III of the Sabre-Toothed Cat Trilogy Three weeks after her mother’s death, Rebecca (Reba) Price cannot stand the oppressiveness filling her Texas home. Her sister, aunt and maybe even her father blame her. She cannot disagree. Hacking into her father’s accounts she takes what she sees as her rightful inheritance and escapes to school in Montana. She convinces herself it’s not to be near where her mother died nor near the sabre-toothed cats. However, as her freshman year ends, she is drawn back into those mountains, only to discover that the plot, which drove her mother to sacrifice herself for her family, is alive and well. As the body count rises--human and sabre-toothed feline--Reba must call upon all her inner power to find a way to bring it to a final end.


The Giant O Brien

Author: Hilary Mantel
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New York Times Book Review Notable Book of the Year Los Angeles Times Best Book of the Year London, 1782: center of science and commerce, home to the newly rich and the desperately poor. In the midst of it all is the Giant, O'Brien, a freak of nature, a man of song and story who trusts in myths, fairies, miracles, and little people. He has come from Ireland to exhibit his size for money. O'Brien's opposite is a man of science, the famed anatomist John Hunter, who lusts after the Giant's corpse as a medical curiosity, a boon to the advancement of scientific knowledge. In her acclaimed novel, two-time Man Booker Prize winning author Hilary Mantel tells of the fated convergence of Ireland and England. As belief wrestles knowledge and science wrestles song, so The Giant, O'Brien calls to us from a fork in the road as a tale of time, and a timeless tale.


Boko Haram Poems of the Prophet

Author: S.A. Abakwue
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Episodes in the Lives of Men Women and Lovers

Author: Edith Jemima Simcox
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Edith Simcox (1844-1901) was a prominent British feminist, social critic and prolific writer. She published many articles and essays advocating support for women's right to education, improved working conditions and suffrage. Her scholarly works in philosophy and economic history sought to demonstrate that contemporary capitalism was not the only route to a prosperous society. Her articles appeared in many periodicals and among her books are Natural Law (1877) and the two-volume Primitive Civilizations (1894), both also reissued in this series. Simcox was an admirer and friend of the novelist George Eliot (1819-80), and her second book, published in 1882, is a collection of essays on a range of subjects, some of which were inspired by events in Eliot's life. Simcox uses her writings to explore melancholy, love, loss and longing through stories and sketches. For more information on this author, see http://orlando.cambridge.org/public/svPeople?person_id=simced


The Norwegian Fairy Book

Author: Clara Stroebe
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Once upon a time there lived at Vaerö, not far from Röst, a poor fisherman, named Isaac. He had nothing but a boat and a couple of goats, which his wife fed as well as she could with fish leavings, and with the grass she was able to gather on the surrounding hills; but his whole hut was full of hungry children. Yet he was always satisfied with what God sent him. The only thing that worried him was his inability to live at peace with his neighbor. The latter was a rich man, thought himself entitled to far more than such a beggarly fellow as Isaac, and wanted to get him out of the way, in order to take for himself the anchorage before Isaac’s hut. One day Isaac had put out a few miles to sea to fish, when suddenly a dark fog fell, and in a flash such a tremendous storm broke, that he had to throw all his fish overboard in order to lighten ship and save his life. Even then it was very hard to keep the boat afloat; but he steered a careful course between and across the mountainous waves, which seemed ready to swallow him from moment to moment. After he had kept on for five or six hours in this manner, he thought that he ought to touch land somewhere. But time went by, and the storm and fog grew worse and worse. Then he began to realize that either he was steering out to sea, or that the wind had veered, and at last he made sure the latter was the case; for he sailed on and on without a sight of land. Suddenly he heard a hideous cry from the stern of the boat, and felt certain that it was the drang, who was singing his death-song. Then he prayed God to guard his wife and children, for he thought his last hour had come. As he sat there and prayed, he made out something black; but when his boat drew nearer, he noticed that it was only three cormorants, sitting on a piece of drift-wood and—swish! he had passed them. Thus he sailed for a long time, and grew so hungry, so thirsty and so weary that he did not know what to do; for the most part he sat with the rudder in his hand and slept. But all of a sudden the boat ran up on a beach and stopped. Then Isaac opened his eyes. The sun broke through the fog, and shone on a beautiful land. Its hills and mountains were green to their very tops, fields and meadows lay among their slopes, and he seemed to breathe a fragrance of flowers and grass sweeter than any he had ever known before.


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