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Yussuf the Guide
Yussuf the Guide Sented by Jacob

"The narrative will take its readers into scenes that will have great novelty and attraction for them, and the experiences with the brigands will be especially delightful to boys."--Scotsman.

That Girl Montana
That Girl Montana Sented by Sarah Gerdes

A lovable girl upon whom fate has thrust an unbearable burden of trouble, alone in the mountains of Montana and threatened by a man whom she has every cause to hate and fear, arms herself, mounts a horse, and bravely rides away. Thus begins a journey leading East to grandparents of a widely divergent social station. Her experiences are novel and sometimes humorous, but through them all she never quite forgets a certain tenderfoot who befriended her for a short time on her lonely journey...

Mufti Sented by Rebecca

From Poperinghe in May 1918 to London on sick leave, Derek Vane ponders the meaning of the War.

The Scouts of the Valley
The Scouts of the Valley Sented by Rebecca

The Scouts of the Valley is an exciting tale set on the Western frontier during the American Revolution. Though still young, Henry Ware is already an experienced outdoorsman.

The Rules of the Game
The Rules of the Game Sented by Christopher

The romance of the son of "The Riverman." The young college hero goes into the lumber camp, is antagonized by "graft" and comes into the romance of his life. This is a story of the Californian Sierras and the great duel between the financial trusts and the Government for the preservation of the forests. Like all Mr. White's books it is full of swift incident and the magic of the wilds.

The White Man's Foot
The White Man's Foot Sented by Rebecca

The old priest of Mauna Loa, the great Hawaiian volcano, is to all outward appearance a good, civilized Christian man, who has discarded his old beliefs and has heartily accepted the more excellent way offered him

A Book of Golden Deeds
A Book of Golden Deeds Sented by Rebecca

This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfections introduced by the digitization process.

A Prisoner of Morro
A Prisoner of Morro Sented by Luis

Written when Sinclair was just 16 years old, and published under the pseudonym "Ensign Clark Fitch, U.S.N."

A Waif of the Mountains
A Waif of the Mountains Sented by Emma

you gentlemen will promise to weaken if we keep this thing up for half the night?" "I'll stay here a week," was the reply of Vose Adams, while the general nodding of heads showed that he echoed the sentiments of the others. The landlord met the crisis with becoming dignity.

Merton of the Movies
Merton of the Movies Sented by Emma

The most joyful and gorgeous satire on the motion picture industry that has ever appeared; a novel packed with humor by a man of great gifts for fantastic whimsy and acute observation; the latest and perhaps the best work by one of the most civilized and intelligent literary artists in America. (Made into a movie starring Red Skelton.)

The Banner Boy Scouts Afloat
The Banner Boy Scouts Afloat Sented by Rebecca

This book (hardcover) is part of the TREDITION CLASSICS. It contains classical literature works from over two thousand years.

The Sword of Antietam
The Sword of Antietam Sented by Sarah Gerdes

Joseph Alexander Altsheler (April 29, 1862 – June 5, 1919) was an American newspaper reporter, editor and author of popular juvenile historical fiction.

Lords of the North
Lords of the North Sented by Sarah Gerdes

A western romance set amid the conflict of the North-West Company and the Hudson's Bay Company over the establishment of territories.

The Pagan Madonna
The Pagan Madonna Sented by Emma

Theft, a kidnapping, a beautiful young woman, a yacht captain... Can a longing for adventure be quenched, can a hardened heart be melted, would you believe in chance, romance.

For the Liberty of Texas
For the Liberty of Texas Sented by Emma

Primarily the struggle of the Texans for freedom did not form a part of our war with Mexico, yet this struggle led up directly to the greater war to follow, and it is probably a fact that, had the people of Texas not at first accomplished their freedom, there would have been no war between the two larger republics.

Selected Stories of Bret Harte
Selected Stories of Bret Harte Sented by Sarah Gerdes

The luck of Roaring CampThe Outcasts of Poker FlatMigglesTennessee's PartnerThe Idly of Red GulchBrown of CalaverasHigh-Water MarkA Lonely RideThe Man of No AccountMlissThe Right Eye of the CommanderNotes by Flood and FieldAn Episode of FiddletownBarker's LuckA Yellow DogA Mother of FiveBulger's ReputationIn the TulesA Convert of the MissionThe Indiscretion of ElsbethThe Devotion of Enriquez

The Silver Cache of the Pawnee
The Silver Cache of the Pawnee Sented by Rebecca

The adventures of Silas Benson and his two sons and their staunch friend Burley among the Pawnees and Comanches are told in this story.

Jimmie Higgins
Jimmie Higgins Sented by Steve Bark

"Jimmie Higgins" is the fellow who does the hard work in the job of waking up the workers. Jimmie hates war--all war--and fights against it with heart and soul.

On the Iron at Big Cloud
On the Iron at Big Cloud Sented by Emma

A book about railroad life on tbe Rocky Mountain division of a big transcontinental line, where exciting and unusual events happen and common men may, in an instant's time, turn into heroes.

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