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Author: William Shakespeare
Publisher: Classic Books Company
Keywords: lost, labour, love
Number of Pages: 424
Published: 2001-04
ISBN-10: 0742652955
ISBN-13: 9780742652958

In this charming comedy of manners, a well-intentioned king vows to forego all fleshly delights, setting the stage for romantic hijinks. The customary Shakespearean comic elements -- lovers in disguise, a witty clown, and sparkling repartee -- make it a joy for all.

Author: Margaret Sutton
Publisher: Applewood Books
Keywords: attic, haunted
Number of Pages: 238
Published: 2008-08-01
ISBN-10: 1429090227
ISBN-13: 9781429090223

The Bolton family moves into their new residence in Farringdon. Belonging once to an infamous family of thieves, the home is reputedly haunted by the ghost of the previous owner who was murdered in the house. It certainly appears haunted. Judy and Horace hear strange noises from the attic, and Horace vows to discover the source and unmask it at a ghost party. Meanwhile, Judy finds herself in the middle of a very difficult situation when she is forced to choose between two groups of new friends. Horace's ghost party provides the backdrop for a reconciliation of friends and the amazing revelatio

Author: Margaret Sutton
Publisher: Applewood Books
Keywords: clues, strange, seven
Number of Pages: 238
Published: 2008-08-01
ISBN-10: 1429090243
ISBN-13: 9781429090247

Kay Vincent dances around singing the school song as Girls' Farringdon High burns to the ground. Kay's behavior is appalling to the other girls who are devastated about the loss of their school. Many girls, including Judy, have lost their posters which had already been submitted for an upcoming contest. The fire leads to several unsolved mysteries. Several people suspect Honey of starting the fire out of maliciousness, and while Judy cannot believe the accusations, she admits that she doesn't know Honey that well. Judy vows to exonerate Honey of all blame. The mystery deepens when Judy learns

Author: Susan Plann
Publisher: University of California Press
Keywords: spain, education, deaf, minority, silent
Number of Pages: 344
Published: 1997
ISBN-10: 0520204719
ISBN-13: 9780520204713

This timely, important, and frequently dramatic story takes place in Spain, for the simple reason that Spain is where language was first systematically taught to the deaf. Instruction is thought to have begun in the mid-sixteenth century in Spanish monastic communities, where the monks under vows of silence employed a well-established system of signed communications. Early in the 1600s, deaf education entered the domain of private tutors, laymen with no use for manual signs who advocated oral instruction for their pupils. Deaf children were taught to speak and lip-read, and this form of deaf e

Author: T.M. Nielsen
Publisher: T.M. Nielsen
Keywords: series, heku, book, valle
Number of Pages: 390
Published: 2010-09-15

The ominous Valle Faction vows to gain possession of what the Equites has hidden in the well protected Island Coven. Just as Emily thinks she's found peace in the volatile world of the heku, she's brutally ripped from the protective walls of Chevalier's coven and thrown into the harsh reality of a Valle prison. Chevalier confronts the Valle and Equites Elders about Emily, and in doing so, endangers his own life. Emily's devout loyalties to the heku faction gain respect for her among the Equites Council and ensure her place among the immortal.The Valle overstep, and the violent war that ensues
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