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The Toy Circus

Author : Joan Ganey
ISBN : 1683523563
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Take a ringside seat when The Circus ringmaster, animals, clowns, and others escape from their box in the corner of the room to give one last performance! Will the moon be the only one who sees it? Young children will love this heartwarming tale of determination and the power of love.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

The Toy Circus

Author : Ruth Stephens Porter
ISBN : LCCN:63019847
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The Toy Circus

Author : Jan Wahl
ISBN : 0152006095
Genre : Circus
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From a quiet box in a young child's room erupts a nighttime circus with the dreaming child self-cast as ringmaster.
Category: Circus

Dixie Limited

Author : Joseph R. Millichap
ISBN : 9780813159157
Genre : Literary Criticism
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In the South, railroads have two meanings: they are an economic force that can sustain a town and they are a metaphor for the process of southern industrialization. Recognizing this duality, Joseph Millichap's Dixie Limited is a detailed reading of the complex and often ambivalent relationships among technology, culture, and literature that railroads represent in selected writers and works of the Southern Renaissance. Tackling such Southern Renaissance giants as Thomas Wolfe, Eudora Welty, Robert Penn Warren, and William Faulkner, Millichap mingles traditional American and Southern studies -- in their emphases on literary appreciation and evaluation in terms of national and regional concerns -- with contemporary cultural meaning in terms of gender, race, and class. Millichap juxtaposes Faulkner's semi-autobiographical families with Wolfe's fiction, which represents changing attitudes toward the "Southern Other." Faulkner's later fiction is compared to that of Warren, Welty, and Ellison, and Warren's later poetry moves toward the contemporary post-Southernism of Dave Smith. These disparate examples suggest the subject of the final chapter -- the continuing search for post-Southern patterns of persistence and change that reiterate, reject, and perhaps reconfigure the Southern Renaissance. As we enter the twenty-first century, that we recall how much the twentieth-century South was shaped by railroads built in the nineteenth century. It is also important that we recognize how much our future will be determined by the technological and cultural tracks we lay.
Category: Literary Criticism

The Archaeology Of The Holocaust

Author : Richard A. Freund
ISBN : 9781538102671
Genre : Religion
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This book takes readers through some of the most powerful recent discoveries about the Holocaust, including an escape tunnel from the Ponar burial pits. Richard Freund explains non-invasive research techniques and highlights how the discovery of an escape tunnel reminds us of the tenacity of the people at the site and the hope they carried.
Category: Religion

Tumtum And Nutmeg A Circus Adventure

Author : Emily Bearn
ISBN : 9781405259262
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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It’s The Borrowers meets The Wind in the Willows. Enter the world of Tumtum and Nutmeg for a wonderfully enchanting story full of warmth and humour. Suddenly the General looked up and saw the most astonishing sight: It was a circus! When General Marchmouse runs away in Arthur’s toy bus, he gets a big surprise. A circus has arrived in the meadow! But there’s more to this travelling troupe than meets the eye, and soon he finds the village policemouse on his tail. Tumtum and Nutmeg: A Circus Adventure is a miniature masterpiece that will be loved by generations to come. Emily Bearn’s distinctive, classic writing style and Nick Price’s delightful illustrations combine to make this series a future classic. The Times said: ‘Bearn’s style is as crisp and warm as a home-baked biscuit.’
Category: Juvenile Fiction

The Nature Of Creative Development

Author : Jonathan Feinstein
ISBN : 0804745730
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book describes the basic structure and processes through which creative endeavors are initially developed and then transformed into creative contributions.
Category: Business & Economics

Trouble In Flatbush

Author : Arthur J. Levy
ISBN : 9781419686993
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The book is a funny and nostalgic biography of place of 1948-50 Brooklyn in sharp detail through the eyes of a 12-year-old boy whose adventures and schemes invariably lead to intrigue and trouble.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Pony Circus Wagon

Author : Joseph A. McCaffrey
ISBN : 9781452032863
Genre : Fiction
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Former classics professor, Bertrand McAbee – an ambivalent P.I., is asked to investigate a fatal car crash in Ohio. The victim was a former professorial colleague of his. McAbee’s involvement in this apparently simple investigation will find him ensconced in an extraordinary set of events that began just prior to World War I. A toy – the pony circus wagon – is embedded with a fortune in jewels along with a story and provenance of incredible dimensions. The toy is something to kill for and that’s exactly what has been happening.
Category: Fiction

Revolving Doors The True Account Of The Full Spectrum Of Fostering Abuses Of A Boy Before Age Five

Author : Dawn Maree Ketteringham, Author
ISBN : 9780992127329
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"Revolving Doors" is an adult, autobiographical novel in which 'Richard', now over sixty, recalls incidents of his nightmarish first five years of childhood, while fostered through 17 residences as a ward of Toronto's "S.W.York Co. Children's Aid Society." From his perspective and understanding as a small child, he shares details of memories of unspeakably perverse mistreatment, including perpetual abuse, torture and even rape. After years of counselling and treatment for ensuing, debilitating mental illnesses, 'Richard' experienced a "black-out," resulting in the sudden awareness of long-buried, traumatic memories. The Author, Ms. Ketteringham, graphically details her brother's incredible victimization/survival story by interweaving his recollections, and relentless nightmares, with documentation from the organizations involved. It is "Richard's" most sincere desire that his story of ultimate survival might encourage similar abuse victims who may be searching for hope in facing and fighting their own demons.
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