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Secret Of The Prince S Tomb

Author : Marianne Hering
ISBN : 160482879X
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Time-traveling cousins Patrick and Beth go to ancient Egypt, where they try to find ways to encourage Tabitha, a Habiru girl, and her people, who are being enslaved, to keep faith and hope alive, by exploring the tomb of her people's prince.

The Imagination Station

Author : Marianne Hering
ISBN : OCLC:992453408
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Imagination Station Book Set

Author : Marianne Hering
ISBN : 1589977319
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Beth and her cousin Patrick travel in Mr. Whittaker's invention, the Imagination station, to ancient Egypt, to Fiji in the 1850s, and to the Netherlands during the Nazi occupation.

Battle For Cannibal Island

Author : Marianne Hering
ISBN : 1604826630
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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It’s 1852 and cousins Patrick and Beth sail to Fiji on the HMS Calliope under the command of Captain James E. Home. They arrive at the islands to find that the Christian Fijians are at war with the non-Christian Fijians. Missionary James Calvert is trying to make peace and suggests that the captain allow peace negotiations on board the British vessel. Patrick and Beth learn about sacrificial living when they observe Calvert’s determination to live on Fiji despite the dangers and impoverished conditions and that he is willing to risk his life to live as Jesus would.

A Voice To The People From The Tomb Of The Prince A Discourse On Isa Xl 8 Delivered On The Evening Of The Prince Consort S Funeral December 23rd 1861 Third Thousand

Author : John GRAHAM (Dissenting Minister.)
ISBN : BL:A0018561411
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The Secret Of Hamlet Prince Of Denmark

Author : South G. Preston
ISBN : UOM:39015004963065
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Prince Etcheon And The Secret Of The Ancient

Author : JoAnn Arnold
ISBN : 9780882909561
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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The day Granna Fela died changed the life of young Etcheon in ways that he never expected. First, Etcheon finds out that he is a prince, a son of a king and queen whom he has never met, and is destined to rule a land he has never lived in. Then, he discovers that his life is in constant danger from a greedy ruler and wicked wizard, both seeking power that does not belong to them. Last, he learns that his parents and people are doomed to die, and he is the only one with the power to save them. with the help of a mysterious girl, a tree with magical powers, and several amazing animals, Etcheon undertakes a journey that will stretch his abilities and his belief about who he is and who he needs to become. Armed with extraordinary weapons, armor, and skills, Etcheon is prepared to face his fears and save his parents and his people.Join Prince Etcheon as he discovers the meaning of friendship and love, loyalty and bravery, and strength and determination on his adventure of self-discovery.

Secrets Of Pinar S Game 2 Vols

Author : Roger Boase
ISBN : 9789004338364
Genre : History
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In Secrets of Pinar’s Game, Roger Boase deciphers a card game completed in 1496 for Queen Isabel, Prince Juan, her daughters and her 40 court ladies. This book reveals information about the court culture that cannot be found in official sources.

The Fall Of Kings And Princes

Author : M. Victoria Guerin
ISBN : 0804722900
Genre : Literary Criticism
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At the heart of the book is Mordred, King Arthur's incestuous son, shown by Guerin to be an integral part of the Arthurian tradition from the very beginning. Mordred is seen as the tangible proof of the king's sin, committed in all innocence in his youth but resulting in a living incarnation of evil who will kill his father on Salisbury Plain, putting an end to the Arthurian world. But in the early stages of Arthurian romance, because this story cannot be told without the death of Arthur, it cannot be told at all, for Arthur's existence is the necessary condition of the genre: the story of his death would entail authorial suicide and the impossibility of further literary creation. Guerin argues that the authors of the texts examined in this study - Chretien de Troyes's Le Chevalier de la Charrete and Le Conte du Graal and the anonymous Middle English Sir Gawain and the Green Knight - deliberately use the medieval reader's extra-textual knowledge of the Mordred story to create a second level of reading: behind Lancelot, Perceval, and Gawain is the shadowy figure of Mordred (never explicitly mentioned), and the modern reader must learn to see this shadow in order fully to appreciate the authors' purpose. Taking into account this hidden framework not only sheds a surprising new light on these texts, it also gives a convincing solution to the much-discussed question of why Chretien left two of his romances, Le Chevalier de la Charrete and Le Conte du Graal, unfinished. The first chapter, which deals with Arthurian tragedy in the thirteenth century Prose Cycle, is particularly timely as it coincides with the publication of the first English translation of the cycle, to which Guerin's study serves as an excellent introduction.

The Secrets Of Ancient Egypt

Author : Federico Puigdevall
ISBN : 9781502634399
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Howard Carter's discovery of King Tutankhamen's tomb in 1923 sparked worldwide fascination about ancient Egypt, and the mysteries of the Egyptians still loom large. The Pyramids, the Sphinx, mummies, surviving artwork, and more all hold priceless clues about what life was like in ancient Egypt. This book takes a closer look at the information that archaeology has revealed and the lasting impact of these findings.

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