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The Poky Little Puppy: A puppy loves to dig holes under the fence, despite what his mother, his brothers, and sisters say. But the poky little puppy digs one hole too many in this charming story and ends up missing dessert. (Also includes Scuffy the Tugboat, Tawny Scrawny Lion, and The Saggy Baggy Elephant.)
It has been five years since Kip Howard saw his mother killed horribly by a blur of "little brown things."Five years of nightmares and a terror of dark places. Five years of struggling to overcome what must have been just his imagination... But the "untcigahunk," the Indian word for "little brothers," are no one's imagination. Hideous forest creatures who feed every five years on human flesh, the little brothers are about to emerge from underground once again.
"Wow AWESOME. Scary Suspensful & just plain fun"
When Boston-based dive shop owner Rod Konrad runs short of money, he decides to share his apartment. Bette, his girlfriend, isn't ready to move in, so he places an ad for a roommate. Brendan is nice enough - as nice as a stranger invading your home can be. He certainly takes to Rod. But isn't he trying too hard? He talks like Rod, acts like him, and is always just a little too close. Left unchecked, he'll not only steal Rod's clothes - but his life.
This is a story from the Grimms' Fairy Tales 2 collection.
An absorbing chapter on the coon's secret habits begins this volume, followed by stories about the woodcock, the wildcat, the toad, and many other animals. Two chapters remarkable for their keen insight into the hidden life of animals close this volume, one on "Animal Surgery", describing some of the ways in which wild animals treat their wounds; the other on "Hunting without a Gun", showing the joy of following even the large and dangerous animals with the desire only to be near and understand them.
This is a story from the Grimm's Fairy Tales collection.
They are a secret society in New York's Little Italy. The Little Brothers swear to a strict code. While they carry out good works, they believe in using "the Killing Eye" on evildoers. When 16-year-old Angelo is put up for membership, he is not sure he wants to join. But the assignment the society demands of him sounds easy - to put "the Eye" on an old shopkeeper named Grossman who is suspected of dealing heroin.
College students Trevor and Lindsey are taking an introductory psychology class when they are assigned a group project together. When Trevor discovers that he can use hypnosis to get more than a good grade, Lindsey is in for a steamy class project. He gradually eases her into dropping her clothes, showing off her hot body, and finally getting banged until she loses control. But will their hot after school activities be enough to get them an "A?"
A grand story of intellect and quick thinking with a generous dash of deceit. Narrator Glenn Hascall calls upon a variety of European accents to facilitate a transitional sense of travel and adventure that are part of the life of the little tailor.
While most farmers are well-mannered and espouse great virtues and integrity this story proves there exists at least one farmer who is a profound scoundrel. It's not often a farmer can start with a wooden calf and end up the richest farmer in the land. The moral may well be never to follow this fellow's example.
This is the classic poem featuring three kittens who were naughty and delightful by turns. Familiar to most but perhaps not completely remembered by some.
It's pooey on B-A-B-I-E-S until Junie B. finds out that her new dumb old baby brother is a big fat deal. Her two bestest friends are giving her everything they own just to see him. And guess what else? Maybe she can bring him to school on Pet Day.
"fun I like the Junie B Jonesstory is fun too."
American citizens worry about suicide bombers on airplanes, but intelligence analysts say the real threat today is in cyberspace. Cyber attacks on American companies and military installations are on the rise. Could terrorist hackers take down America's power grid? Or financial networks. In this hour, cyber-warfare and the rise of the American surveillance state. And, how to protect our electronic freedom.
Through the ages, children have been enthralled by Cinderella, the glass slipper, and the evil stepmother! This audiobook also includes "Sleeping Beauty", "Little Red Riding Hood", "Rumpelstiltskin", "Little Tom Thumb", "Rapunzel, "Hansel and Grethel", and "Snow White".
"keeps the little ones occupied"
Living with his little brother, Fudge, makes Peter Hatcher feel like a fourth grade nothing. Whether Fudge is throwing a temper tantrum in a shoe store, smearing mashed potatoes on the walls at Hamburger Heaven, or scribbling all over Peter's homework, he's never far from trouble. He's a two-year-old terror who gets away with everything, and Peter's had enough.