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Author: E. S. Brooks
By E.S. Brooks. Written as the opening volume of a series known as "Children's Lives of Great Men", this installment focuses on the true story of the famed seafarer who advanced America and discovered the New World.
This is a unique autobiography written in an individualistic style. Phil Wylie states that in relation to the book that it may seem “stranger than fiction”. T...
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Because of the people, campers and counselors, on the pages of this story I am a better person. I have been taught the real meaning of courage, perseverance a...
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A wry, witty and revealing review of the last 25 years working 'behind the scenes' in the film industry; from 'Who Framed Roger Rabbit' to 'Harry Potter and T...
There is no excuse needed for basing this biography of Sir Henry Rider Haggard on the personal account of his literary life given in his own words in his auto...