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The Cat's Paw

Read by James R. Hedrick


Natalie Sumner Lincoln


Susan Baird is found dead at her tea-table and all the evidence points to murder. She is supposed to have been penniless but when her will i…

The House on the Cliff

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Franklin W. Dixon


The second of The Hardy Boys' series, The House on the Cliff involves Frank and Joe, along with their father, the famous detective, in the i…

The Radio Gunner

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Alexander Forbes


Originally published anonymously in 1924, this intriguing work of science fiction, categorized by Bleiler under 'imaginary wars and inventio…

I Spy

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Natalie Sumner Lincoln


Here is a novel whose pregnant caption suits these parlous times. . . . It's all about a German spy plot to steal two American inventions de…

Dixie Kitten

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Eva March Tappan


From the time that Dixie is a mere fluff of a kitten, domiciled in the barn, through her hardships and worries as a mother-cat, up to the pr…

The Life and Adventures of Peter Wilkins, Volume 2

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Robert Paltock


The imaginary voyage, from which a hero returns made wise through extraordinary experience, is at least as old as Odysseus. But the major in…

The Secret of the Old Mill

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Franklin W. Dixon


The Secret of the Old Mill is the third volume of the original The Hardy Boys Mystery Stories. This book was written for the Stratemeyer Syn…

Little Dog Ready: How He Lost Himself in the Big World

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Mabel F. Stryker


A delightful story for children about a dog's adventures with his animal friends in the wide world. - Summary by jhedrick

Ten Kittens

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G. A. Puckett


The stories of the ten kittens told in this book are true to life. They have been gathered from here and there over the country. All the kit…

Puppies and kittens and other stories

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Carine Cadby


Four stories about animals, primarily puppies and kittens, doing absolutely adorable and silly things - Summary by James R Hedrick

Twinkle Toes and His Magic Mittens

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Laura Rountree Smith


Another delightful Laura Rountree Smith children's book. Illustrated by F. R. Morgan We are three little kittens Who once lost our mitte…

Piano Tuning: A Simple and Accurate Method for Amateurs

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Jerry Cree Fischer


This is a primer for anyone wishing to learn how to tune and maintain their own piano or to become a piano tuner. Written in 1907, it was ta…

Shakespeare at the Globe, 1599-1609

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Bernard Beckerman


One of the most important pieces of Shakespearian scholarship to appear in several years, this brilliant work offers new perspectives on the…

Music in Medicine

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Sidney Licht


In spite of a spirited rebirth of the movement towards the establishment of a system of healing based on music, there are many valuable uses…

On Building a Theatre

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Irving Pichel


As people live in a house, Or work, day after day, in a store or factory or public building, they become used to inconveniences, bad arrange…

Chapter 3

In The Blue Castle

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Lucy Maud Montgomery


Valancy Stirling, plain, twenty nine, and as yet unsought, is given a year to live by a great heart specialist. This is the story of her yea…

CHAPTER VI AN UNKNOWN ENEMY

In The Airplane Boys among the Clouds

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John Luther Langworthy


Elephant and Larry arrive at Sunrise Lake, looking for the Bird boys, Frank and Andy, who are trying out a new biplane. Many adventures awa…

Nellie Brown, the Jealous Wife, Chapter 6

In Nellie Brown, or, The Jealous Wife, With Other Sketches

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Thomas P. Detter


READERS The design of this work is to show the unhappy results of jealousy and misplaced confidence, arid the wicked designs of corrupt part…