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In The Garden behind the Moon, Howard Pyle transports children to a different but unforgettable and faraway magical land-where a young boy discovers a treasury of lost riches, where youngsters always play, and no one ever cries. David is a lonely young boy, learning the secret of walking over the glimmering sea path to the happy garden behind the moon.
When adventurer Bowen Tyler is taken aboard an enemy submarine, he never dreams that his voyage will end in a land where time itself is prisoner. But in the uncharted seas at the bottom of the world, Tyler and the crew of the U-33 discover the mysterious forgotten continent of Caspak, where the savage denizens of a thousand lost ages roam vast primeval jungles.
The second book in the Lost Anderson series is here, and it comes to you with a kicking and screaming heiress. Brielle Storm inherits a dilapidated ranch in the wilds of Montana, and she isn't happy about her situation in the least. She may be moving to her new home, and she may be planning on doing whatever it takes to make her billionaire father happy, but she certainly won't be doing it with a smile on her face.
This sequel to King Solomon's Mines tracks the further adventures of intrepid explorer, Allan Quatermain. Three Englishmen and their Zulu guide make a perilous journey into the heart of Africa seeking a rumored lost civilization. They arrive at the mysterious interior highland city of the Zu-Vendi people, a civilization suggesting Egyptian origin, which includes a sun-worshiping priesthood.
When a Roman ship is wrecked on the coast of Britain, Beric, the infant son of a Roman soldier, is the only survivor. Beric grows up with a Briton tribe, but to his foster people he remains an alien-one of the Red Crests. So when bad times come, the tribe holds him responsible and casts him out. Rejected by the only life he knows, the boy turns to his own people, but Rome too rejects him.
Be strong and of good courage in these troubled times. There is a kind of man God uses. He stands tall in the face of giants. He strives to honor God through his life. He is trusting when it seems all hope is lost. And when life is uncertain, he is certain of God's unfailing provision. Battle Ready is for any man who longs to serve God. In this second audiobook in the Bold Men of God series, you will hear about the lives of men who made an impact in their world, including … Joshua, who led the Israelites into the Promised Land, and Caleb, who trusted God, and not himself, for victory in battle.
A bold elephant hunter journeys to an unknown land in search of fabled lost treasure. But terrible dangers threaten anyone who approaches the wonderful diamond mines of King Solomon. On board a ship bound for Natal, adventurer Allan Quatermain meets Sir Henry Curtis and Captain John Good. His new friends have set out to find Sir Henry's younger brother, who vanished while seeking King Solomon's legendary diamond mines in the African interior.
Inspired by nature and imbued with moral lessons, Parables from Nature is a collection of classic tales, both fun and thought-provoking. Children will be enthralled with this intimate look into the lives of the woodland creatures and their way of life. Stories include: "A Lesson of Faith"The Law of Authority and Obedience"The Unknown Land"Training and Restraining"Waiting"The Law of the Wood"Cobwebs"Knowledge Not the Limit of Belief"The Light of Truth"A Lesson of Hope"The Circle of Blessing"Active and Passive"Not Lost, but Gone Before"Motes in the Sunbeam"Red Snow"Whereunto?"Purring When You're Pleased"The Voices of the Earth"The Master of the Harvest"The Deliverer"Inferior Animals"The General Thaw"The Light of Life"Gifts"Night and Day"Kicking"Imperfect Instruments"Birds in the Nest"
A new moving novel of three men, each searching for something they have lost. For Farouk, family is all. He has protected his wife and daughter as best he can from the war and hatred that has torn Syria apart. If they stay, they will lose their freedom, will become lesser persons. If they flee, they will lose all they have known of home, for some intangible dream of refuge in some faraway land across the merciless sea.
This is the extraordinary story of John Carter, who returns to the Red Planet in search of his beloved, Dejah Thoris. Along with his friend Tars Tarkas, mighty Jeddak of Thark, John lands in the Valley Dor, which is populated by vicious plant men, and discovers the Lost Sea of Korus, guarded by the great white apes and horrifying lions of Barsoom. It is here that he finds the princess Thuvia, who is a captive of the Holy Therns, high priests who eat only the flesh of humans slain by their plant men.
It's a true story that reads like gripping fiction: in 1942, eight German terrorists landed by submarine on American shores on a sabotage mission devised by Hitler. When one of them, a hapless US citizen, betrayed the mission to the FBI, Roosevelt appointed a special military tribunal to authorize the death penalty omitting proper legal procedure. Army Colonel Kenneth Royall, a respected lawyer charged with defending the saboteurs, courageously fought the lost cause for the saboteurs' Constitutional rights.
A bitingly funny, smart, and moving road novel about two hapless lost souls-an alcoholic Vietnam veteran turned bestselling author, and his awkward, shy college-student superfan-who form an unlikely connection on the world's most disastrous book tour. Richard Lazar is advancing in years but regressing in life. After a career as a literary novelist that has ground to a halt and landed him in a trailer in Phoenix, Richard is surprised to find sudden success publishing a gritty memoir about his service in Vietnam.
Harriet Tubman is one of the giants of American history-a fearless visionary who led scores of her fellow slaves to freedom and battled courageously behind enemy lines during the Civil War. And yet in the century since her death, next to nothing has been written about this extraordinary woman aside from juvenile biographies. The truth about Harriet Tubman has become lost inside a legend woven of racial and gender stereotypes.
Following the events of A Dragon's Ascension, Hawkril the mighty warrior, Embra the beautiful sorceress, and Craer the crafty thief mourn their lost companion. But now they must forge new alliances in their roles as overdukes of Aglirta, a land that has been torn asunder by double-crossing royals, savage warlords, and sinister high priests. The kingdom is threatened by a mystical berserker plague that is promoting anarchy among the citizenry.
"I am the stuff of your nightmares…You have been writing my name on the walls of your fear your entire life."When seven-year-old Jamie falls down a very long hill, he finds himself trapped in a world of strange creatures, harsh landscapes, and near-perpetual darkness. Lost and confused, Jamie is desperate to get home. The nightmares, fears, and all manner of what-ifs that inhabit this shadow world are unfamiliar to him―all except one: the Lairdbalor, Jamie's personal nightmare, once relegated to his dreams.