Ira S Amazing Adventure The Flight

Author: Eugene Roginsky
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1483447405
Size: 71.84 MB
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What would you do if everyone said you could only do one thing? Would you believe them, or would you try to prove them wrong? That’s what Ira, a friendly, colorful earthworm, faces in author Eugene Roginsky’s Ira’s Amazing Adventure: The Flight. After being told by his peers that earthworms were only born to dig tunnels in the soil, Ira travels up the root of a plum tree to have an incredible adventure. Join Ira as he smells flowers, sees his own reflection in the water for the first time, feels the touch of a raindrop, meets Pete the joking bee, and flies for the first time. Beautiful illustrations by Tilly Freedman help bring Ira’s adventures to life. Ira’s Amazing Adventure: The Flight includes chapters offering thought-provoking discussion ideas for parents and children to share. It is not only a fun read but a learning experience as well.

An Air Fighter S Scrapbook

Author: Ira Jones
Publisher: Casemate / Greenhill
ISBN: 1612001513
Size: 71.51 MB
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Ira “Taffy” Jones was a well-known air fighter during the First World War, having scored about 40 victories flying SE5 scouts in France with 74 Squadron. Well known in flying circles, Jones recorded stories drawn from his own experiences during the war and wrote of the many personalities he had met or known by association, both during the war and in the post-war flying years. An Air Fighter’s Scrap Book recreates the atmosphere of the days of the biplane, of wartime flying, of early peacetime adventures in the air, the development of civil aviation, and breathtaking record beating flights, all evoking the sheer delight in flying that characterized those early years.

Ira Fistell S Mark Twain

Author: Ira Fistell
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1469178729
Size: 68.51 MB
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Ira Fistells Mark Twain: Three Encounters begins with a perceptive analysis of the authors major novels which will be a revelation to any reader of Twain. Ira proves that Tom Sawyer is anything but a kids book; explains why the ending of Huckleberry Finn, often dismissed as just cheating, is actually the most brilliant part of the book; makes sense of the confusing and difficult Connecticut Yankee; and discovers the tragedy in The Tragedy of Puddnhead Wilson. Then this book explores how the places Twain live affected what he wrote, and concludes with a stunning explanation of the authors terrible guilt in his later years. No other study of Twain and his work compares with this one: it is the essential book on this subject.

The Flying Beaver Brothers And The Fishy Business

Author: Maxwell Eaton, III
Publisher: Knopf Books for Young Readers
ISBN: 0385379013
Size: 46.79 MB
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The Flying Beaver Brothers are back, and this time they're hot on the trail of another eco-villain: Fish Stix Environmental Manufacturing. When Fish Stix sets up shop, most of the islanders are thrilled. After all, Fish Stix are the most popular, best-selling sticks around AND they're good for the environment! But this eco-friendly facade is just a cover for a nefarious plot involving dirty money, fish who walk on dry land, and a great big smoking volcano. It's up to the dauntless beaver brothers to set things right—and they better do it fast or the island's forests are history! Now if only Bub can stop napping and they can all make enough pancakes to save the day. . . . This second installment to Max Eaton's new graphic series ups the ante in terms of both action and humor. The Flying Beaver Brothers are poised to take off as beloved comicbook heros.

Flight Of The Earls

Author: Michael K. Reynolds
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
ISBN: 1433678241
Size: 13.54 MB
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It’s 1846 in Ireland. When her family’s small farm is struck by famine, Clare Hanley and her younger brother, Seamus, set out across the ocean to the Promised Land of America. Five years prior, Clare’s older sister Margaret and her Uncle Tomas emigrated in similar fashion and were not to be heard from again. But Clare must face her fears as she lands in the coming-of-age city of New York. There she discovers love, adventure, tragedy, and a terrible secret which threatens to destroy her family and all she believes. Flight of the Earls is the first book in a historical novel trilogy based on Irish immigration in the 1840s.

Starstuff

Author: Ira Heinichen
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781549855405
Size: 25.99 MB
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One boy must cross the galaxy to save the father he never knew. Petrick longs for a life outside his simple orphanage. On his backwater, technologically-averse world, even talking with his friends about the science that spurred space travel and colonization is forbidden. When Petrick sleeps at night and dreams, he receives lessons from the most famous scientist of the fringe worlds: his father. One fateful night, the lessons turn into a cry for help, and it's up to Petrick, his dog, and his friends to escape and find his father. But the worlds beyond their home planet are more treacherous than they ever could have imagined. On their quest, they encounter space pirates, advanced androids, and growing unrest that could tear the galaxy apart. As he moves closer to finding his father, revelations arise that could put the entire journey in jeopardy. The success of his quest may lie in discovering that blood isn't the only thing that determines your family... Starstuff is an epic space opera perfect for readers of any age. If you like imaginative new worlds, plucky heroes, and adventures of galactic proportions, then you'll love Ira Heinichen's action-packed tale. Read Starstuff today to take a journey you'll never forget!