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The Dash for Khartoum

The Dash for Khartoum by G. A. Henty

The Dash for Khartoum by G. A. Henty

When a nursemaid mixes up her baby boy and the baby of the family she works for, the family decides to keep both. Years later, the nursemaid returns, intent on using the boys to get money. When the boy she chooses first refuses to help and instead runs away, his adopted family is willing to do everything they can to rescue him. But will it be enough when war threatens in the Sudan–the runaway’s destination?

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A Short History of Scotland

A Short History of Scotland by Andrew Lang

A Short History of Scotland by Andrew Lang

A Short History of Scotland is a consise introduction to the history of Scotland from Roman times to the last Jacobite rebellion, written by the author of a much longer Scottish history.

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The Mentor: Napoleon Bonaparte

The Mentor: Napoleon Bonaparte by Ida M. Tarbell

The Mentor: Napoleon Bonaparte by Ida M. Tarbell

NOBODY who has lived in modern times has so stirred up the world as Napoleon Bonaparte. Nobody has upset so many old things, and started so many new ones. No man ever lived who had more faith in his own powers—and less respect for those of other men. Napoleon had, too, an unusual combination of those personal qualities which excite and interest men. It is nearly a hundred years since he dropped out of active life; but his story is more rather than less thrilling as time goes on.

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Nauca – Daughter of the Steppes

Nauca - Daughter of the Steppes by Michel Poulin

Nauca – Daughter of the Steppes by Michel Poulin

NAUCA – DAUGHTER OF THE STEPPES is a historical fiction novel telling the story of a Sarmatian girl born in the year 80 BCE in the region of the Caucasus North of the Black Sea, and this at a time King Mithridates VI of Pontus is at war with the Romans. A strong, proud and intelligent girl, Nauca will grow up to be worthy of being called an ‘Amazon’, becoming a first-class archer, horse rider, huntress and warrior. However, a personal tragedy will push her into traveling beyond her beloved steppes and experience the rest of the World.

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Kaka and Munni

Kaka and Munni by Pratham Books

Kaka and Munni by Pratham Books

Kaka, the wicked crow, wants to eat Munni’s eggs. But Munni is a very clever sparrow. And so are all the characters in this popular folktale from Punjab.

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Externalities, Freedoms and Consequences

Externalities, Freedoms and Consequences by Jon Clucas

Externalities, Freedoms and Consequences by Jon Clucas

Externalities, or effects of transactions on indirectly related parties, are not adequately included in monetary prices and tend to be obscured or completely hidden from consumers. This inadequacy of consumer capital markets is detrimental to democratic values and can be improved with information and communication technologies and legal reform. This book presents a brief overview of the history and status of externalities and freedoms in consumer capitalist markets and attempts to provide a starting point for reforms.

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Hunting in Many Lands

Hunting in Many Lands

Hunting in Many Lands

The first volume published by the Boone and Crockett Club, entitled “American Big Game Hunting,” confined itself to sport on the American continent. This second volume presents a number of interesting sketches written by club members who have hunted big game in other lands. Essays include: Hunting in East Africa, To the Gulf of Cortez, A Canadian Moose Hunt, A Hunting Trip in India, Dog Sledging in the North, Wolf-Hunting in Russia, A Bear-Hunt in the Sierras, The Ascent of Chief Mountain, The Cougar, Big Game of Mongolia and Tibet, Hunting in the Cattle Country, Wolf-Coursing, Game Laws, and Protection of the Yellowstone National Park.

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Some Winter Days in Iowa

Some Winter Days in Iowa by Frederick John Lazell

Some Winter Days in Iowa by Frederick John Lazell

Accented with snatches of verse and a mix of scientific and Christian insight, University of Iowa professor Lazell takes us on vivid nature walks through the rural areas of the Plains state.

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If All These Young Men

If All These Young Men by Florence Roma Muir Wilson

If All These Young Men by Florence Roma Muir Wilson

Another remarkable World War I novel by Romer Wilson, “If All These Young Men” is a character study of a group of young 20-something friends in England dealing with the looming, grey presence of the War in their lives. The story begins on Good Friday 1918, and centers on Josephine Miller, a restless, strong-minded young woman who cannot tolerate trivialities or frivolities so long as the War goes on, and who agonizes over how to go on living in its shadow. The characters of Josephine and her friends are patterned on those of Wilson and her own coterie at the time, both male and female, revealing the profound angst of young intellectuals of the time who lived under the dread not only of invasion and national destruction, but also of the alien world that would be left for them when the monstrous conflict was over.

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Glimpses of Bengal

Glimpses of Bengal by Rabindranath Tagore

Glimpses of Bengal by Rabindranath Tagore

The book is a selection of letters written by Tagore, in various places in Bengal, India.

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