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Winter Stories

Author : R. T. Tracy
ISBN : 9781458212863
Genre : Fiction
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Christmas is a time of busyness, stress, overspending, and overeating. It's easy to become overwhelmed by the holiday, and some adults even learn to dread its approach. But what if this wasn't so? Christmas is a magical time for children; what if it regained that magic for adults as well? Winter Stories is a collection of cheerful holiday stories intended to inspire happiness. In the story of Harry Fairbanks, for instance, his divorce is imminent. He's on his way home to tell his wife it's over when "Santa Facilitator" Charles E. Puck appears and gives him a magic Santa hat that changes his viewpoint on everything, including the love of his wife. and then there's Franklin Doyle, who in a life crisis spies a magical website originating from London, England--and decides to make a visit. A mystical winter fog comes up, and Doyle is transported back in time to hang out with Ebenezer Scrooge and old Mr. Fezziwig. Each of the 10 stories in this collection is written with the joyous winter season in mind--a time of hope and peace. Smile, forget the stresses of life, and find your joy.
Category: Fiction

Winter Stories

Author : Enid Blyton
ISBN : 9781444942569
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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A dazzling selection of 30 short stories from the world's best-loved storyteller - the perfect Christmas gift for children aged 6 and up! Snuggle down with this heartwarming collection of classic tales, celebrating the magic and excitement of winter. These fun, entertaining stories are ideal for newly confident readers and are the perfect length for reading aloud at bedtime or in the classroom. It's an ideal stocking-filler too! Enid Blyton remains one of Britain's favourite children's authors and her bumper short story collections are perfect for introducing her to the latest generation of readers. Read all of Enid Blyton's bestselling short story collections: Springtime Stories Summer Stories Holiday Stories Summer Holiday Stories Summertime Stories Stories of Wizards and Witches Stories of Magic and Mischief Christmas Tales Christmas Treats Winter Tales *** Enid Blyton ® and Enid Blyton's signature are Registered Trademarks of Hodder & Stoughton Limited. No trademark or copyrighted material may be reproduced without the express written permission of the trademark and copyright owner.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

First Snap Of Winter Stories Of Dread

Author : Barry Eysman
ISBN : 9780557084913
Genre : Fiction
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Malevolent fangs include: A neck of horror; Deformed Divination; A freak tabulating midnights; An Xmas present to Twirl; Shattered puzzles leading down to Bruised butterflies; Bloody 8th grade retribution; Surprise suburban grue; Goriest matricide; Knees and hands betray. Meant to hook--- Grim potato chips; Find winter has come calling--- Forever. For you.
Category: Fiction

The Snow Queen And Other Winter Stories

Author : Maxine Barry
ISBN : 9781789504941
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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This collection of illustrated stories is perfect for reading together. Whether you are looking for familiar classics or new discoveries, these tales will charm and delight children of all ages. Help improve your child's reading in just 10 minutes a day with Storytime. 10 minutes of reading a day can... Boost Vocabulary Reading for a short period every day exposes your child to almost 1 million words per year, which helps to foster communication and understanding. Encourage Learning Reading at home is linked to better performance in spelling, comprehension and general knowledge, helping to develop important learning skills. Promote Relaxation Reading a book gives your child the quiet time they need each day to relax, and is a great way for you to spend quality time together.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Winter Stories

Author : Drayton Carn
ISBN : 1796649813
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Three short materials under one cover: featuring a Salidare Velt case, a piece of 'supernatural realism', and one alternative fantasy dilemma

Winter Stories

Author : Ingvild Rishi
ISBN : 0857426109
Genre : Literary Collections
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In Winter Stories, Norwegian author Ingrid H. Rishøi gives us three contemporary tales about personal resilience in the face of adversity. We meet a teenager on the run from social services with her younger half-sister and half-brother in tow; a young single mother struggling to provide adequately for her daughter; and an ex-convict striving to overcome personal shortcomings and build a relationship with his son. Driven by a fundamental need to secure and protect relationships with loved ones, Rishøi's characters stumble, fall, and climb to their feet again--even though the deck inevitably seems to be stacked against them. Seemingly minor snags in their best-laid plans carry the risk of undermining everything with potentially life-altering consequences. What these stories illustrate, however, is how small victories and the unexpected compassion of virtual strangers can have a far-reaching and profound impact. With empathy and sensitivity, the poetic sensibility of Rishøi's literary voice beautifully illuminates the fragile vulnerability of the human condition. In a time when the level of skepticism and distrust between people is rising, these stories remind us of the humanity that unites us all.
Category: Literary Collections

Oriental Stories Vol 2 No 2 Winter 1932

Author : John Gregory Betancourt
ISBN : 9781434462138
Genre : Fiction
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Facsimile reprint of the Spring, 1932 issue of the legendary pulp magazine, "Oriental Stories." Included in this volume are works by Dorothy Quick, Robert E. Howard, Clark Ashton Smith, more.
Category: Fiction

Grand Central Winter

Author : Lee Stringer
ISBN : 1888363576
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The essayist presents scenes from his twelve years of homelessness, reflecting on the humanity that still exists in society's outcasts
Category: Biography & Autobiography

What You Call Winter

Author : Nalini Jones
ISBN : 9780307549198
Genre : Fiction
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Composed of interconnected stories that move within and around a small Catholic community in India, this debut collection heralds the arrival of a graceful, sparkling new voice. Nine-year-old Marian Almeida covets the green dress her parents have set aside for her birthday, but when her desire gets the best of her, dangerous events ensue. Roddy D'Souza sees his long-dead father bicycling down the street, and wonders if his own life is nearing its close. Essie, having sent her son to boarding school, weighs his unhappiness against the opportunities his education will provide. With empathy and poise, Nalini Jones creates in What You Call Winter a spellbinding work of families in an uncertain world. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Category: Fiction

A Winter S Night And Other Stories

Author : Premchand
ISBN : 9788184750690
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Ten classic stories from the master of Hindi literature Nearly a century after they were written, Premchand’s numerous short stories, novels and plays, written both in Hindi and Urdu, continue to be a mirror to Indian society and its traditions. A Winter’s Night and Other Stories brings together, for young readers, some of his most powerful short stories. This is a world inhabited by people like Halku, forced to spend the bitterly cold winter night in the open, without a blanket; Kaki, the old invalid aunt, ill-treated by her own relatives; and Shankar, reduced to being a bonded labour for the sake of a handful of wheat. Premchand describes their plights with unflinching honesty. Yet all is not hopeless in this world. There is also little Hamid, who buys tongs for his old grandmother rather than toys for himself; Ladli, who saves her share of puris for her blind aunt; and Big Brother, trying in vain to remember the strange names of English kings and queens. Greed, dishonesty, cruelty abound in this world, as do kindness, bravery and humour. These ten stories are an ideal introduction to Premchand and his concerns and ideas that remain relevant to this day.
Category: Juvenile Fiction