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Diary Of A Minecraft Zombie Book 5

Author : Zack Zombie
ISBN : 1943330646
Genre : Adventure stories
File Size : 76. 64 MB
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"How much trouble can a 12 year old Zombie get into, just to take his mind off of the grueling last few weeks before summer break? A lot more than you would expect!"--Page [4] of cover.

Diary Of A Minecraft Zombie Book 3

Author : Herobrine Books
ISBN : 0986444154
Genre : Diary fiction
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"This unofficial Minecraft novel is an original work of fan fiction which is not sanctioned nor approved by the makers of Minecraft."--Title page verso.

Quest For The Golden Apple

Author : Megan Miller
ISBN : 9781510704114
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
File Size : 56. 60 MB
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Phoenix dreams of seeing the world outside the high walls of her village. One day, she takes a risk—a quick hop over the walls—just to see the dark forest she’s heard tales of. It is a magical forest, but Phoenix’s forbidden trip unleashes a monster that attacks her brother, Xander. Her brother survives—but he’s turned into a dreadful, moaning zombie! Now Phoenix has no choice. She must leave the village to find his cure. But beyond the cgates are dangers far worse than the slow night-time zombies. Phoenix will have to conquer treacherous enemies of both night and day—as well as her own fears—to find the enchanted golden apple, which is the only hope for her brother to return to his normal self. The first graphic novel for Minecrafters by New York Times bestselling author Megan Miller, Quest for the Golden Apple is sure to enchant readers of all ages who love playing Minecraft and who love a story full of action, adventure, and bravery. For readers ages 8 to 12 (or for anyone who loves Minecraft), this graphic novel will be the perfect quick and engaging read. Parents and teachers will be especially drawn to the book for their reluctant readers, with more than 750 illustrations and minimal text.

The Unofficial Guide To Cruises

Author : Kay Showker
ISBN : 9780470087916
Genre : Travel
File Size : 80. 64 MB
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From the publishers ofThe Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World "A Tourist's Best Friend!" —Chicago Sun-Times "Indispensable" —The New York Times Five Great Features and Benefits offered ONLY byThe Unofficial Guide: More than 100 cruise lines and 500 ships reviewed and ranked for value and quality Complete details on cruise lines, ships, and itineraries around the world Industry secrets for getting the lowest possible fare, plus extras like free vacation days Everything you need to know to make planning your cruise vacation fun and easy Helpful hints for getting the best cabin—without breaking your bank account

Much Loved

Author : Mark Nixon
ISBN : 9781613125755
Genre : Photography
File Size : 50. 48 MB
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Award-winning photographer Mark Nixon has created a trove of quirky and nostalgic portraits of teddy bears and other stuffed animals that have been lovingly abused after years of play. MuchLoved collects 60 of these images along with their accompanying background tales. An exhibit in the photographer’s studio led to a small sensation on the Internet when a few of the pictures circulated unofficially on scores of blogs and on many legitimate news sites. Viewers have been intrigued by the funny, bittersweet images and their ironic juxtaposition of childhood innocence and aged, loving wear and tear. When you see these teddy bears and bunnies with missing noses and undone stuffing, you can’t help but think back to childhood and its earliest companions who asked for nothing and gave a lot back. Praise for Much Loved: “Much Loved is impossibly endearing in its entirety.” —Brain Pickings

Here Be Monsters

Author : Alan Snow
ISBN : 9780192739315
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
File Size : 72. 81 MB
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There's an emergency in Ratbridge! Only orphan Arthur and his new friends Willbury Nibble QC, Marjorie the inventor, a timid cabbagehead, and some very excitable boxtrolls can save the day! But are they really up to the job? Why has the evil Snatcher taken up residence in Cheese Hall? Who has stolen Marjorie's latest invention? And who knew that rats were so good at removing stains? Find out in this amazing, fun, and highly-illustrated romp!

Supreme City

Author : Donald L. Miller
ISBN : 9781476745640
Genre : History
File Size : 62. 83 MB
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“Supreme City captures a vanished Gotham in all its bustle, gristle, and glory” (Vanity Fair). In the 1920s midtown Manhattan became the center of New York City, and the cultural and commercial capital of America. This is the story of the people who made it happen. In just four words—“the capital of everything”—Duke Ellington captured Manhattan during one of the most exciting and celebrated eras in our history: the Jazz Age. Supreme City is the story of Manhattan’s growth and transformation in the 1920s and the brilliant people behind it. Nearly all of the makers of modern Manhattan came from elsewhere: Walter Chrysler from the Kansas prairie; entertainment entrepreneur Florenz Ziegfeld from Chicago. William Paley, founder of the CBS radio network, was from Philadelphia, while his rival David Sarnoff, founder of NBC, was a Russian immigrant. Cosmetics queen Elizabeth Arden was Canadian and her rival, Helena Rubenstein, Polish. All of them had in common vaulting ambition and a desire to fulfill their dreams in New York. As mass communication emerged, the city moved from downtown to midtown through a series of engineering triumphs—Grand Central Terminal and the new and newly chic Park Avenue it created, the Holland Tunnel, and the modern skyscraper. In less than ten years Manhattan became the social, cultural, and commercial hub of the country. The 1920s was the Age of Jazz—and the Age of Ambition. Transporting, deeply researched, and utterly fascinating, Supreme City “elegantly introduces one vivid character after another to re-create a vital and archetypical era…A triumph” (The New York Times).

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