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The Tale of Jimmy Rabbit

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Arthur Scott Bailey

From his Tuck-Me-In series, Arthur Scott Bailey wrote many "Tales" books about animals and birds to be read to children for bed-ti…

The Tale of Grumpy Weasel

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Arthur Scott Bailey

From his Tuck-Me-In series, Arthur Scott Bailey wrote many "Tales" books about animals and birds to be read to children for bed-ti…

The Cheery Way, a Bit of Verse for Every Day - November

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John Kendrick Bangs

There should be a bit of poetry in every day, and John Kendrick Bangs wrote a fitting poem for each day in the year. In 1920, a book was pub…

Abe and Mawruss: Being Further Adventures of Potash and Perlmutter

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Montague Glass

Montague Glass was a lawyer who eventually abandoned the practice of law to write full time. He wrote a series of stories in the New York Po…

Women I'm Not Married To

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Franklin Pierce Adams

This poem, by Franklin P. Adams, is the sequel to/answer to Dorothy Parker's poem, Women I'm Not Married To, with a decidedly different but …


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Elizabeth Barrett Browning

This Weekly Poem is taken from The Queens' Garden - Poems by Elizabeth Barrett Browning and others. - Summary by David Lawrence

Selections from Gems of Poetry, for Girls and Boys

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A short volume of poetry for children. All the selected poems were written by an unknown author. - Summary by Rachel

Moral Letters, Vol. II

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Lucius Annaeus Seneca

This is the second volume of the Letters, Epistles LXVI-XCII. Among the personalities of the early Roman Empire there are few who offer to t…


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Edgar Allan Poe

Edgar Allan Poe (19 de enero de 1809 - 7 de octubre de 1849), escritor romántico estadounidense, cuentista, poeta, crítico y e…


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Olegario Víctor Andrade

Prometeo, es un poema escrito por Olegario Victor Aandrade y tiene como base la famosa historia contada por Hesíodo en la literatura …

La Rana Viajera

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Julio Camba

Julio Camba Andreu (1884 - 1962) fue un escritor y periodista español. Nació en una familia gallega de clase media. A los trec…

Sammlung kurzer deutscher Prosa 052

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Diese Sammlung umfasst 10 deutschsprachige Prosa-Texte verschiedener Genres. Eine Liste weiterer kurzer Aufnahmen (Erzählungen, Gedi…

El Crimen del Padre Amaro

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José Maria De Eça De Queirós

El crimen del padre Amaro (título original portugués O Crime do Padre Amaro: cenas da vida devota) es una novela del escritor …

Clover (version 2)

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Susan Coolidge

This fourth book in the "What Katy Did" series focuses on Katy's closest sister, Clover. She ends up in the beautiful mountains of…

State of the Union Addresses by United States Presidents (1845 - 1848)

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The State of the Union address is a speech presented by the President of the United States to a joint session of the United States Congress,…

A Vanished Hand

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Sarah Doudney

Memories haunt Elsie Kilner at every turn. Kicked out of her family home, she finds a new abode in which she finds fragments of a diary. It …

The Widow Barnaby

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Frances Milton Trollope

The vain, flirtatious and presumptuous husband hunting Mrs. Barnaby delves into high-class society of which she knows very little leading to…

Uncanny Tales

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This is collection of uncanny stories complied and curated by Cyril Arthur Pearson. The stories are fine ghost and horror stories, with all …

Captain Salt in Oz

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Ruth Plumly Thompson

A voyage on the famous Nonestic Ocean! What could be more thrilling than that? We—many of us—have taken trips on the prosaic Atlantic or eve…

Deeds of Daring done by Girls

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Hannah Hudson Moore

Do not think, dear girls, that because you are girls you may not have as much courage as your brothers. I believe that quite as stout hearts…

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