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Salt Mines and Castles: The Discovery and Restitution of Looted European Art

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Thomas Carr Howe


"From May 1945 until February 1946, I served as a Monuments, Fine Arts and Archives Officer in Germany. During the first four months of…

Little Maid Marian

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Amy Ella Blanchard


Not the tale of Robin Hood’s friend, but a charming Victorian age story of Marian, a little girl being raised by her formal but loving grand…

The Red Cross Girls on the French Firing Line

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Margaret Vandercook


This is the second in a series of captivating period historic romance and adventure books entitled "The Red Cross Girls." The seri…

The Enchanted April (Version 3)

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Elizabeth Von Arnim


Escaping their lives for a month in a castle on the Riviera, four women spend considerable effort suspiciously guarding their solitude, beli…

Teen-Age Super Science Stories

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Richard Mace Elam


Suspenseful stories about space travel and exploration of other planets. - Summary by TR Love

Incidents of Childhood

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Anonymous


Short stories for children that hide practical lessons within charming glimpses of life in England in the Early 19th Century. (Summary by TR…

Women of the War

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Barbara McLaren and Barbara Mclaren


Unexaggerated accounts of the remarkable work of several British women during WWI. - Summary by TR Love

The History of a Tame Robin, written by Himself

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Anonymous


A delightful children's tale of a tame robin, "supposed to be written by himself" about his domestic life with humans. - Summary b…

Women as Army Surgeons

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Flora Murray


The history of the Women's Hospital Corps in Paris, Wimereux and Endell Street - September 1914-October 1919. - Summary by Author

Clown, The Circus Dog

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Auguste Vimar


This children's book follows the life of Clown, whose adventures lead the reader on an exciting journey into show business. - Summary by TR…

A Pet Reader

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Edith W. Lawson


Little rhymes and bits of verse about animals to entertain and instruct primary children. - Summary by TR Love

"Love Me, Love My Dog"

In Emily Climbs

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Lucy Maud Montgomery


Emily Byrd Starr longs to attend Queen's Academy to earn her teaching license, but her tradition-bound relatives at New Moon refuse. She is …

I Love my Love in the Morning - Read by TRL

In I Love my Love in the Morning

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Gerald Griffin


LibriVox volunteers bring you 24 recordings of I Love my Love in the Morning by Gerald Griffin.This was the Fortnightly Poetry project for A…

Love me, --I love you

In Sing-Song: a nursery rhyme book

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Christina Rossetti


One hundred and twenty six beautifully written poems about babies and childhood that capture the marvelous wonders of that age. - Summary by…

Easy-To-Make Recipes for Young Cooks

In Grandma's Recipes for Mother and Daughter

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American Molasses Company


Published by the American Molasses Company, this collection of recipes features molasses for all types of cooking including meats, vegetable…

The Jicarillas: Home and General Customs

In The North American Indian, Volume 1

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Edward Sherriff Curtis


Edward Sherriff Curtis was an American photographer and ethnologist who was funded by J.P. Morgan to produce a series on Native Americans. …

To Build a Fire

In Lost Face (and Other Stories)

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Jack London


Seven stories by Jack London, set in the Yukon and other northwestern localities. The most well-known story in this collection is probably T…

Mr. Pottle and the One Man Dog

In The Sin of Monsieur Pettipon, and other humorous tales

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Richard Connell


Collection of short stories originally published in the Saturday Evening Post.

Chosen Leader

In Billy Whiskers at the Circus

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Frances Trego Montgomery


What better place for a little goat to find adventures and mischief than a circus? What is an elephant's trunk anyway? But the circus can …