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The dinosaur who lost his roar
by Russell Punter


Easy reader
 
 


The Care And Feeding Of Ravenously Hungry Girls
by Anissa Gray, et al, Narrated


This book could have been titled Althea's Restaurant except for the time before its purchase. Her OCD with the restaurant caused her family to become even more fragmented than it already was. Now with Althea and her husband,Proctor in jail, can the family ever become functional?
 
 


The Care And Feeding Of Ravenously Hungry Girls
by Anissa Gray


This book could have been titled Althea's Restaurant except for the time before its purchase. Her OCD with the restaurant caused her family to become even more fragmented than it already was. Now with Althea and her husband,Proctor in jail, can the family ever become functional?
 
 


Uncommon Type
by Tom Hanks,Author/Narrater


Author, Tom Hanks, uses typewriters as a metaphor for the various kinds of people who make up the world. Some of the stories such as the first story which begins and ends the book are interlocking. The old adage that it takes all kind of people to make a world are shown clearly in this engrossing anthology.
 
 


Uncommon Type
by Tom Hanks


Author, Tom Hanks, uses typewriters as a metaphor for the various kinds of people who make up the world. Some of the stories such as the first story which begins and ends the book are interlocking. The old adage that it takes all kind of people to make a world are shown clearly in this engrossing anthology.
 
 


Seekers Books
by Erin Hunter


I like the seekers books because its full of adventure. i think my favourite character is Toklo hies very good at hunting and i really like bears
 
 


The Root Children
by Sibylle Von Olfers


I like it because they use a lot of root things
 
 


The Usborne Book Of Growing Food
by Abigail Wheatley


The Usborne Book Of Growing Food is a book for everyone. It teaches everything you need to grow food-from equipment to dealing with pests. I LOVE IT
 
 


Where The Red Fern Grows
by Wilson Rawls, Anthony Heald, Narrater


Childhood Days With extraordinary stamina, Billy sets out to buy a hound dog for coon hunting. After two years, he has saved enough money and with the help of his grandfather buys not one, but two dogs - Old Dan and Little Ann. The Reader follows along as he relates childhood memories of the times and adventures that he and the dogs shared. A book that captures the Reader's attention from beginning until the end.
 
 


Where The Red Fern Grows
by Wilson Rawls


Childhood Days With extraordinary stamina, Billy sets out to buy a hound dog for coon hunting. After two years, he has saved enough money and with the help of his grandfather buys not one, but two dogs - Old Dan and Little Ann. The Reader follows along as he relates childhood memories of the times and adventures that he and the dogs shared. A book that captures the Reader's attention from beginning until the end.
 
 
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