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The Chronicles of Narnia Books
The Chronicles of Narnia books can be read in chronological order or by the year published. Share these adventure novels with the young readers in your lives.
The Ghost of Windy Hill Ė Book Review
An ordinary family, but one that doesnít believe in ghosts and arenít afraid to go live in a house that is reportedly haunted. In fact, they have done it several times.
The Gifted Kidsí Survival Guide Ė Book Review
If youíre (GT) gifted and talented, youíve probably got lots of questions about why you think and learn that way you do. You probably think faster and more intensely than other kids.
The Gold Coin - Book Review
Can kindness change a thief? Juan had been a thief for many years. He was pale and sickly because he did all his thieving at night.
The Horse and His Boy by C S Lewis
The Horse and His Boy by C S Lewis, Bree and Shasta escape Calormen for Narnia. They meet fellow travelers and have adventures on the glorious journey to the north. The Chronicles of Narnia, C S Lewis Chronicles of Narnia, Narnia Books, Chronicles of Narnia Clues.
The Horse and Pony Creativity Book - Review
Do you like horses? Do you dream of owning your own pony someday? Enjoy the activities in this book and earn a special reward certificate that proves you are a Horse and Pony lover.
The Jolly Christmas Postman
The Jolly Christmas Postman by Janet and Allan Ahlberg is a wonderful Christmas picture book to make the children Christmas season sparkle! (ages 4-8) Christmas Books.
The Knight at Dawn, Magic Tree House #2
Jack and Annie travel back in time to the realm of knights and have the chance to explore a medieval castle. They find hidden passages and gather another clue.
The Life and Times of Clara Barton - Book Review
Clara Barton was known as the Angel of the Battlefield. At that time in history, (the eighteenth century) a woman was expected to marry. Clara Barton defied these conventions. She didnít marry, was educated and worked. She did a manís job and demanded a manís wage.
The Little Engine That Could - Book Review
This book is a newly illustrated edition of the most popular and famous childrenís book of all time.
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