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    • margaret
      Australian authoress! Frugavore : How to Grow Your Own, Buy Local, Waste Nothing and Eat Well by Arabella Forge SC VGC $7 The title says it all. Arabella's phrase..."eat like a peasant" is memorable and very do-able.!!! https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Frugavore-How-to-Grow-Your-Own-Buy-Local-Waste-Nothing-and-Eat-Well-Arabella/232753370836?epid=114092388&hash=item36312e96d4:g:-0UAAOSwbsta6NLU recommended: https://www.westonaprice.org/frugavore-by-arabella-forge/ http://myhomeharvest.com.au/newmhh/arabella-forge-frugavore/ http://www.arabellaforge.com/   I have interesting Living Books for sale here: http://aussiehomeschool.com.au/topic/14578-living-booksaustralia-etc/ http://aussiehomeschool.com.au/topic/14590-leo-tolstoys-autobiography/    
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      Hello again, here you will find BARGAINS from previous list and also BARGAINs from new titles. If you grab yourself a BIG  bundle more discount will de offered!!! Thank you for your support, God Bless you Joseph Adrift by Allan Baillie pb ec 50c…Ever since the farm failed, Flynn has had to take care of his baby sister. Now, on vacation, that means walking along the seashore for hours until Sally finds her share of shells. Then Flynn finds a big crate--a perfect pirate ship--and he and Sally climb aboard. The tide carries them away from land, and the boy soon realises that they are in serious trouble. Several boats pass them and, as in Steven Callahan's novel (also titled Adrift ), Baillie's narrative shows how the successful survivor learns to work out his own way how to keep his sister calm and find a way out of the tides. Flynn rigs a sail from his shirt, and the children eventually make their way home. Based on a true incident, the novel offers a harrowing look at survival without losing sight of the protagonist's character. Fans of The Cay and The Red Badge of Courage should be equally taken with this well-crafted yarn. Ages 8-12. Cockawun and Cockatoo by Christobel Mattingley pb ec 50c….Cockawun and Cockatoo are given to Arthur to rear after his uncle rescues them as nestlings. Rescued from the building site of Canberra's first Parliament House, two fledgling cockatoos move in with Arthur and his family. Naughty Cockawun survives threats of banishment, and stays with young Arthur, his friend for life. A moving tale for the end of the century inspired by a true story.This is a great book, it's very Australian. It was pretty sad in many ways but honest and sweet, a simple story of a boy and his Cockatoo and their life story. Definitely worth reading. The Grey Family by Noel Streatfeild hb wdj ec $1…My mum has read all of the “family” books written by Noel Streatfeild and we have enjoyed them all, with many memories left to savour! Ages 7+ A Likely Lad by  Gillian Avery pb ec $1…Avery ( Maria Escapes ; Maria's Italian Spring ) visits turn-of-the-century England in this flavourful historical novel. Trying to mould his son into the successful entrepreneur he himself wanted to be, Manchester shopkeeper Alfred Overs only succeeds in driving Willy deeper into his beloved books. When Willy eventually escapes the oppression of home, he learns the secret history of his father's fierce determination, and father and son are finally able to see eye-to-eye. Buoyant characters bring to life an enjoyably predictable plot. Avery plumbs an often overlooked opportunity for depth in fashioning Willy's parents as both complex and likably fallible. Their die-hard need to keep up appearances adds poignancy--even from a child's perspective--to a very well-earned father-son reconciliation. Illustrations not seen . Ages 8-12.  Monsters In The Sand by David Harris pb *as new* $3…It begins with the telegram…TO THE BRITISH EMBASSY, CONSTANTINOPLE……….“Layard alive. Found crawling among beggars near gates of Baghdad. More dead than alive. Walked barefoot out of desert. Raving about Nineveh, night battle, hostages. Has vital information from Persian wars. Sending him to you.Colonel Taylor, Baghdad.”A gripping historical adventure novel for older readers in the tradition of Indiana Jones. All his life, Austen Layard has dreamt of unearthing the fabled ancient city of Nineveh, which lies buried under the sands of the Middle East. And now as he battles corrupt warlords and races against time, at any moment his dream could become a nightmare. MONStERS IN tHE SAND is a gripping adventure story that will inspire readers to dig into the intriguing past of today's war torn Iraq. Ages 12+ The City in The Sand #2 of Children In The Valley Series)  by Jackie French pb ec $1…These are set many years in the future. As far as the people of the Valley know, they are the only ones left in the world. The only people who leave the safety of the Valley are the Collectors, who hunt for metal or new plants in the world outside - except for two children, Possum, from the House of the Three Jasmines, and Mopoke of Iron Fist, with their companion the crippled collector, Desert Wind.The Valley in these books is based on the valley we live in here - but hundreds of years in the future.Mopoke and Possum aren't based on anyone in particular,..though they do have hints of my son Edward and Victoria Clutterbuck's (the illustrator’s) daughter Celine. But I think both would be insulted if they thought either character was based on them. I don't see myself as Desert Wind. All ages Old Billy’s Enchanted Valley by Bruce Peardon hb *ec* $4…A wonderful story of the wildlife in Old Billy's enchanted valley in Australian.Written and beautifully illustrated by Mouth & Foot Painting Artist, the late Bruce Peardon. A hard cover children’s book with 28 full colour paintings. Look here to see inside the book:  https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/OLD-BILLYS-ENCHANTED-VALLEY-Bruce-Peardon-Mouth-Painter-/122899157597 And here:  http://mfpa.com.au/product/old-billys-enchanted-valley/ Mary The Mother of Jesus by Mary Joslin hb wdj *ec* $3…While sitting under a shady tree, Mary remembers her son and tells his story to the neighbourhood children.Mary’s story is about fear and hope, sorrow and joy. It tells of a Mary’s deep faith in God and steadfast loyalty to her Son. Based on stories in the Gospels, these timeless tales about Mary and Jesus are simply and charmingly retold for children. Part of the Catholic Mosaic reading list and activities. As well as a lovely read for the month of May!  Christmas at Fairacre by Miss Read *as new* pb $2…The people of Fairacre celebrate Christmas in a traditional style which has hardly changed over the generations. Children eagerly hang up their stockings, families go to church together and everyone enjoys Christmas cake and other treats of the festive season.From an unexpected visitor on Christmas Eve in 'The Christmas Mouse' to an unwanted change of plan in 'No Holly For Miss Quinn', Miss Read recounts some of the most memorable Christmas events where often, despite best-laid plans, things do not always go as expected.For heart-warming reading there is no writer to rival Miss Read, and this charming collection of Christmas tales is packed with unforgettable characters, enchanting stories and festive cheer. You will just love Miss Read!!! I know my mum does! Latin Primer Book 1 by Martha Wilson (Teachers Edition)  spiral bound gc …. Latin Primer Book 1 by Martha Wilson (Student Edition)  spiral bound gc ….BOTH TEXTS for $3…..Students new to Latin will want to begin here, as Martha Wilson sets up the framework for learning Latin from a classical, Trivium-based approach. Latin Primer I focuses primarily on the memorisation of vocabulary and noun and verb endings (declensions and conjugations), and basic grammar is touched on. This workbook is intended for one year's worth of study. Recommended for grades 3 and up. Classical pronunciation. Consumable. 27 lessons.This is an excellent choice if you are looking for a comprehensive, albeit simple and clear, presentation, suitable for the teacher both well-versed in Latin and the teacher who is not. There are lesson plans and student work sheets with Latin epigrams suitable to the difficulty level of the lesson being studied. Overall, extremely well done and a necessary adjunct to language and history sophistication in the middle grades and up. The Well-Trained Mind: A Guide to Classical Education at Home by Susan Wise Bauer hb wdj *as new* $5…The Well-Trained Mind will instruct you, step by step, on how to give your child an academically rigorous, comprehensive education from preschool through high school―one that will train him or her to read, to think, to understand, to be well-rounded and curious about learning. Veteran home educators Susan Wise Bauer and Jessie Wise outline the classical pattern of education called the trivium, which organises learning around the maturing capacity of the child’s mind and comprises three stages: the elementary school “grammar stage,” when the building blocks of information are absorbed through memorisation and rules; the middle school “logic stage,” in which the student begins to think more analytically; and the high-school “rhetoric stage,” where the student learns to write and speak with force and originality. Using this theory as your model, you’ll be able to instruct your child―whether full-time or as a supplement to classroom education―in all levels of reading, writing, history, geography, mathematics, science, foreign languages, rhetoric, logic, art, and music, regardless of your own aptitude in those subjects. Thousands of parents and teachers have already used the detailed book lists and methods described in The Well-Trained Mind to create a truly superior education for the children in their care. This extensively revised fourth edition contains completely updated curricula and book lists, links to an entirely new set of online resources, new material on teaching children with learning challenges, cutting-edge math and sciences recommendations, answers to common questions about home education, and advice on practical matters such as standardised testing, working with your local school board, designing a high-school program, preparing transcripts, and applying to colleges. You do have control over what and how your child learns. The Well-Trained Mind will give you the tools you’ll need to teach your child with confidence and success. Excellent resources just the lists alone are worth the money! The Dolphin Rider and other Greek Myths by Bernard Evslin pb ec 50c…….“The Dolphin Rider” is Arion, who lives in Corinth, a city near the sea. He longs to go on great adventures, but an oracle warns that if he embarks on a voyage, he will never return. When Apollo, the god of music, gives Arion a golden lyre for his twentieth birthday, Arion ignores the oracle’s words and sets sail for Sicily. Everyone falls in love with his singing, and great treasures are heaped on him, but Arion is forced to contend with an unexpected foe: man’s greed.“The Gift of Fire” introduces Prometheus, the young giant who fears no one, including Zeus, mighty ruler of gods and men. However, when Prometheus vows to bring his precious gift to every cave in the land, he makes multiple deadly enemies.This collection also features stories about Narcissus, destined to fall in love with his own beautiful reflection; King Midas, who loves only gold; Cupid, who must suffer the consequences when he is struck down by love; and the fatally curious Pandora. A soft (not too psychologically disturbing for young ones) entry into the rich world of Evslin's poetic retellings of the old myths. Ages 8+ Zeus of the Skyby Doris Gates pb 50c.....Zeus Lord of the Sky was a very interesting book because it told of many of his travels on Earth, and three other stories told of Thesus and the Minotaur, Daedalus and Icarus, and Dionysus: God of the Vine.  Treasures of Weatherby by Zelpha Keatley Snyder pbec….50c.Harleigh J. Weatherby IV feels misunderstood. At age twelve he is about as tall as a six-year-old, and no one lets him forget it. At school the bullies nicknamed him "Hardly." Now he is homeschooled at the Weatherby mansion, where strict Aunt Adelaide is always on his case about something. Then Harleigh meets Allegra. When she literally flies over the walls of Weatherby and into Harleigh's life, the two form an unlikely friendship. Allegra is fascinated by the enormous Weatherby mansion, and against Harleigh's orders, sneaks inside. Together they discover that someone is trying to find -- and steal -- the long-lost Weatherby treasure. Will Harleigh and Allegra be able to foil the villain and save Weatherby House?A nice little adventure story that occurred in their own back yard!!! Ages 9+ Roll the Summers Back by J.A. Porter hd  wdj ec 50c..Very few of our pioneers were able to record their experiences, and to tell their stories with the wit and sympathy that illuminate these pages. His life covers the early days of Aramac; Longreach before the railway came; Barcaldine when it was linked with the districts to the north by Cobb & Co. coach driven by one Tom Nolan; Rockhampton when passengers to Brisbane travelled by boat. He was in Barcaldine during the shearers strike; in Coolgardie at the height of the gold-rush; and enlisting in the Bushmen's Contingent for South Africa. Ages 15+ Flood Warning by Paul Berna pb ec $1…..When a French boarding school is isolated by a raging flood, a boy and his teacher help fellow school members escape. A riveting adventure!! Ages 12+ The Secret of the Missing Boat by Paul Berna pb gc $1….The unexpected interest shown by a number of people in a salvaged dinghy forms the basis for a mystery involving a treasure worth half a million dollars. Fanche has salvaged his dinghy from driftwood, and now it attracts the interest of a surly stranger from Paris who suspects it might have been part of a luxury yacht which had gone down here along with a missing masterpiece of Assyrian art. Excellent adventure suspense for Ages 12+ The Mystery of Saint- Salgue by Paul Berna pb gc $1….By an author whose specialty is large groups of bedgraggled French children, this is about a gang of ten as their destination. Shortly out of Paris they become friendly with a Canadian couple heading for a village named Saint-Salgue. Following several mishaps caused by a malevolent stranger, the group becomes entangled in a race to save the mysterious Saint Salgue. The exciting adventure involving a very spirited and real group of very Parisian children provides plenty of surprises. Ages 10+ A Hundred Million Francs by Paul Berna pb gc $1….Here is a vivid picture of a group of children as alive and unforgettable as the Dead End Kids, as Emil and his detectives, as William, which conjures up the very atmosphere of a Parisian suburb, a working-class district at the end of the Metro line . It is an exciting, original, unpredictable, and at times very moving story. It centres round a rickety wooden bogey shaped like a horse, favourite plaything of Gaby and his gang (Marion, befriended stray dogs; Criquet the African boy; little Bonbon, valiantly holding his own against his older playfellows, and the rest) - who spend all their spare time coasting on it down la rue des Petits-Pauvres. It takes the reader into the office of M. Sinet, the shrewd Inspector of Police; and it ends in a glorious finale at a deserted factory filled with abandoned carnival novelties. A book to appeal to readers of every background, because it is written for sheer enjoyment. Ages 12+ The Street Musician by Paul Berna pb gc $1….This is the second book about the Gang of Ten, set in post-WWII Paris. You will love this book even more that 100 Million Francs.After the excitement of the search for their headless horse, the gang is restless when they finally lose their wonderful horse to a catastrophic accident. they set about searching their neighbourhood for a mystery and they find one in the recent addition to the community, the street musician.You will love the portrait of the community and the personalities of the characters. Again it is beautifully illustrated by Richard Kennedy. Age 12+ Myna Bird Mystery by Paul Berna hb wdj ec $2…..Paul Berna has recaptured the spirit of his first book "A Hundred Million Francs"; in which the exuberance of a group of Paris back street children carries them triumphantly through an adventurous encounter with thieves of the underworld.  Age 11+ If your children loved Emil and the Detectives they will love Paul Berna books!!  Science World Book 1 by Peter Standard and Ken Williamson (year 8 -10) pb ec $1….Activities and content that focus on values and attitudes, cross curricula priorities, and general capabilities that assist students to live and work are included. This outstanding text integrates knowledge, skills and Science processes to create a deeper understanding of Science and its relationship to the world. Chapter introductions present real-life problems to be investigated, building knowledge and providing the means to solve them through activities, articles and assignments. KONOS Volume 3 by Thaxton & Hulcy pb gc $20…. Zarkora : The Fyrelit Tragedy by Nicholas & Alison Lochel pb ec $5…..A city lost to darkness, a ruthless enemy and two brothers on an impossible quest . . . The first book in the bestselling ZARKORA series from an Australian brother-and-sister writing team. Five years after the death of their parents, poor farm boys Neleik and Ervine Fyrelit witness the kidnapping of their beloved little sister, Skye. Determined to rescue her, the Fyrelit brothers set off on a journey into darkness. As they traverse unknown lands, they meet loyal companions and face powerful enemies in the hope of rescuing their sister. And they discover a long-hidden secret that will change their world forever . . .THE FYRELIT TRAGEDY is the first in the four-book Zarkora series, from the Australian brother-and-sister writing team, Nicholas and Alison Lochel.  Zarkora : The Lost Kingdom  by Nicholas & Alison Lochel pb *as new* $5…On a quest to save their little sister, Neleik and Ervine Fyrelit, along with their loyal companions, enter into the kingdom of Lo'rin - a lawless land governed by fear. But when the celestial swords of Lytharin and Deragoth are stolen, their plans of defeating Versalos and saving Sky are reduced to ash. Join them as they race against time to take back the 'Lost Kingdom'.Great cast of characters, lots of actions and surprises, and great climatic ending. The Thickety A Path Begins by J.A.White pb *as new* $4…Interesting book. It is reminiscent of the tales of the Salem witch trials, Full of twists and turns, it keeps you interested, and has a surprise ending! Ages 14+ Whimsy & Woe by Rebecca McRitchie hb *NEW* $4….Whimsy and Woe takes readers on an adventure with two intrepid siblings in a tale of mischief, monocles, mice, and mist. Perfect for fans of A Series of Unfortunate Events, The Mysterious Benedict Society.Whimsy and Woe has it all: incredibly courageous children, an evil calculating aunt, the ignominious Ignatius Solt and a despicable one-legged pirate, captivity and misery in a boarding house populated by an outlandish clientele and a heroic escape from a treacherous storm, imprisonment in a swamp and a wolf with razor-sharp teeth ... all told with vivid style and flair. Ages 13+ First Term at L’Etoile School for Stars by Holy & Kelly Willoughby pb gc 50c….Join Molly and Maria Fitzfoster, two talented twin girls who are starting at the prestigious stage school, L'Etoile. On their first day, they make friends with singer-songwriter Pippa Burrows, who is on scholarship there. They also cross paths with the pompous, wealthy Lucifette Marciano, and the trio become enemies with her.As the girls ease into life at L'Etoile, Molly constantly buying new clothes and Maria writing a secret blog, they don't seem to notice all of Lucifette's wrong plans. Will Pippa, Molly and Maria be able to solve things in time before they go terribly wrong? Ages 12+ Dragonfly Song by Wendy Orr pb *as new* $2….Dragonfly Song by Wendy Orr is beautifully written and different: it is an historical novel set 4,000 years ago and written in prose and verse. The switch between verse and prose is seamless. A gripping story of a girl who must discover who she is and how to use her gifts as she is sent as tribute to another land. Inspired by mythology and set in ancient Crete.  Tangram : The Ancient Chinese Puzzle by Joost Elfers and Michael Schuyt pb gc $1….The book holds more than the silhouettes. There is also basic information on tangrams and how they work. A section towards the back talks about the more arcane mathematical properties of tangrams, someone who loves math will probably be very happy with that section. Mother Teresa Come Be My Light edited by Brian Kolodiejchuk hb ec $2….Come Be My Light is the collection of Mother Teresa’s private letters to and from her spiritual directors before, during and after her ‘call within a call’, to leave one religious order and found a new one dedicated especially—at least initially—to the most destitute in the slums of Calcutta, India. Reading these letters is a unique, surprising and sobering experience. Tracing the course of Mother’s life from her quintessential call (1946) to her death (1997) through this spiritual dessert is inspiring. Her own mission was always in response to Jesus’ cry from the cross, “I thirst!” – not for liquid refreshment but for love of those He came to save.  You will be moved time and again, amazed and awed by scarcely imaginable depths of holiness, beyond even what you can imagine ever hoping to emulate. Sometimes that you may lament your own spiritual shortcomings, but then think, if Mother Teresa—a human creature who considered herself small and worthless—is so loving, generous and good, what must Our God be like?! Praise be to Him! Worth the read…. 1066 And All That by W.C. Sellar and R. J. Yeatman pb ec $2….One of the most well-loved and best-selling British humour titles of all time  "Canute began by being a Bad King on the advice of his Courtiers, who informed him (owing to a misunderstanding of the Rule Britannia) that the King of England was entitled to sit on the sea without getting wet." This humorous "history" is a book that has itself become part of the UK's history. The authors made the claim that "All the History you can remember is in the Book," and, for most Brits, they were probably right. But it is their own unique interpretation of events that has made the book a classic; an uproarious satire on textbook history and a population's confused recollections of it.A short and amusing volume of all the English history you will ever need to remember, and a clever dig at how history used to be taught in schools. The more up you are on your English history, the more you will appreciate and enjoy it. Some of the one liners are very funny. You will  laugh out loud lots, so beware of reading it in public places. Highly recommended. Ages 1-+ The Complete Stories of Lewis Carroll includes: Alice’s Adventure in Wonderland; Through the Looking Glass; A Wonderland Miscellany; Bruno’s Revenge, and Others Stories; Sylvie and Bruno; Sylvie and Bruno Concluded; The Hunting of Snark; Original Games and Puzzles; pb ec 790pgs $5…. Wonderful fancy and imaginative stories fit for anyone and everyone. Very fun and well-written stories and intermingled poetry.The stories of Lewis Carroll, pseudonym of Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (1832-1898) are a delight to read at any age and the enduring appeal of `Alice's Adventures in Wonderland' (1865) have captivated readers around the world since its publication. Carroll has the amazing gift of seeing the world around him as through the eyes of a child and his characters interact directly upon the child's imagination and appeals to our sense of adventure. In fact, one can't help but be absorbed into the fantasy world he creates, without the usual process of introducing morals and `lessons' as so many Victorian authors felt the need to do.  Suleiman The Elephant by Margret Rettich hb wdj ec (long picture book)$5…In 1551, a royal wedding took place in Spain between Max, the son of King Ferdinand the First of Austria, to Maria, the daughter of Emperor Charles the Fifth. Max was a little preoccupied during the ceremony. He couldn't take his eyes of one of the wedding presents an elephant. He named the beast Suleiman, after the Turkish sultan who was trying to overthrow the city of Vienna. Max and Maria tried to return to Vienna, when their ships were attacked by pirates. The sudden appearance of the elephant frightened the attackers away. From Genoa, Max and Maria journeyed by land, and everywhere the newlyweds went they were greeted by crowds and celebrations. When at last they reached Vienna, they learned that the Viennese themselves had fought off the Turks. Emperor Maximilian the Second and his wife Maria went on to have 16 children. All of this is based on an historical incident, and there are inns along the path they took that are named for Suleiman. Even if it weren't true, Rettich's humorous telling is engaging, as are her festive watercolours, in rich russets, wine reds and medieval tones of grey.  Ages 8+ Young Explorer series: Exploring Creation with human Anatomy and Physiology by Jeannie Fulbright hb ec $25…..Finally! Apologia introduces an elementary level Anatomy book that gives glory to God as children discover what's going on inside their bodies! Take this in-depth journey into the anatomy and physiology of your body through Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology by Jeannie Fulbright and paediatrician Brooke Ryan, M.D. From the brain in your head to the nails on your toes, you and your students will encounter fascinating facts, engaging activities, intriguing experiments, and loads of fun as you learn about the human body and how to keep it working well. Beginning with a brief history of medicine and a peek into cells and DNA, your students will voyage through fourteen lessons covering many subjects, such as the body systems: skeletal, muscular, respiratory, digestive, cardiovascular, nervous and more! They'll study nutrition and health, how God designed their immune system to protect them, along with embryology and what makes them a unique creation of God. As they work their way through the course, your students will enjoy adding the organs about which they learn to their own personalised human figure to be placed in their course notebook. In addition to all this exploration, your students will enjoy scientific experiments and projects, such as testing the bacteria content around the house, finding their blood type, creating a cell model from Jello and candy, and even building a stethoscope! In keeping with the other books in the Apologia elementary science Young Explorer Series, the Charlotte Mason methodology is employed with engaging narratives, narration prompts and note-booking projects, all of which reinforce their learning using proven techniques that strengthen retention.  This is very well done and excellent for a variety of ages. 9-12 Anatomy Notebook Journal Exploring Creation with human Anatomy and Physiology spiral bound ( only 2-3 pages missing) ec $10… all activities reinforce what is learned in the lessons. Uses copy-work, experiment pages, lap book folds, and note booking ideas, plus at the end of each lesson there are  an extended lists of books to read , videos to watch and extra idea activities….. The Read Aloud Family: Making Meaningful Connections Wit Your Kids  by Sarah Mc Kenzie pb *NEW* $15… The Great Adventure: Bible Card Game  80 full colour cards; Includes Bible Timeline Chart (Full Colour) by Emily Cavins & Sarah Christmyer ec $18…..The Great Adventure Kids Bible Card Game Set is a fun-filled and beautifully illustrated system designed to teach children as young as three the big picture of salvation history. Kids young and old and adults, too, will have fun while learning the story of the Bible. Instructions for five games are included, from the easier Go Fish and Rummy concepts to the more complex Doubt It and Spoons. These cards are designed to help players learn the progression of the periods of Bible history by colour as well as recognise key characters, events and Bible references. The games can be played with a small group or with a larger one in a classroom or religious education setting. Beautiful pictures and an excellent way for kids to learn Salvation History! True Catholic teaching. Fun for children fro 4 years old and up to us adult. Refiner’s Fire by Lynn Austin book 1-3 in a Boxed Set ec $15….The daughter of a wealthy slave-holding family from Richmond, Virginia, Caroline Fletcher is raised to believe slavery is God-ordained and acceptable. But on awakening to its cruelty and injustice, her eyes are opened to the men and women who have cared tirelessly for her. At the same time, her father and her fiancé, Charles St. John, are fighting for the Confederacy and their beloved way of life and traditions.  is an excellent historical novel. It has a strong Christian theme but it is so beautifully woven into the story it seems very natural and the beliefs are a true part of the characters' development.The characters are well developed and interesting. The settings were detailed and well described.The story takes on the complexity of slavery and the civil war. It does not show the worst of slave owners but shows that even with benevolent owners slavery is an abhorrent practice. The author did a good job of conveying the horrors and devastation of war without being too graphic. She struck the right tone throughout the book.Caroline will engaged you from the first pages and by the end you will find it hard to put the book down. This book not only tells a story, it teaches a little history and makes the reader think about their own convictions and the risks they might take for their beliefs. It is a superb book about following one's convictions and accepting the consequences of one's actions. Older readers 15+ Black Beauty by Anna Sewell & The Call of the Wild by Jack London hb gc $1…. Southern Harvest by R.F. Brissenden hb gc $1…..An Anthology of Australian Short Stories. Australian Quiz Book illustrations by Della Hodgett pb ec $5…Australian History. An enlightening, entertaining and educational collection of Australian first. Ideal for quiz nights, those who wish to broaden their own knowledge, or to send overseas to a friend. And a brilliant idea for your students…you can have your students develop a word game using these questions and answers, while creating chance cards, collect money on the way, travel to the next state, all sorts of ideas come to mind!.. The Bobbsey Twins At Meadoe Brook by Laura Lee Hope hb 50c…Uncover the mysteries awaiting the Bobbseys at Meadowbrook!Enjoying the 'simpler' times. Enjoying the morality and even occasional Godly qualities of the characters. Enjoying the way people get involved in others lives. Enjoying the mishaps the twins get in. Enjoying a look back in time. Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens hb wdj gc $3…..Named a "national institution" by George Orwell, Dickens offers his most popular tale, of the orphan who is reared in a workhouse and runs away to London-a novel of social protest, a morality tale, and a detective story. Jules Verne Collection: Around the World in 80 Days; From the Earth to the Moon Direct; 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea hb gc $3… 100 Masterpieces of Australian Painting hb gc $7…This book brings together one hundred great Australian landscape paintings from the national, state and private collections. The large full colour reproductions are arranged in chronological order, illustrating the development of Australian landscape painting and the influences of various movements from the late eighteenth century to the present day.  Tom Brown’s school Days by Thomas Hughes hb gc (abridged) $1……One of the classics of English children's literature, and one of the earliest books written specifically for boys, this novel's steady popularity has given it an influence well beyond the upper middle-class world that it describes. A children's classic - but one of those written for all ages, which is how books were written at the time. There was no shame in a child and his/her parent sharing the same favourites. So, a classic, a debut novel (really an only novel) and a singular account of school life in the Victorian era under a very famous headmaster. Ages 9+ Ride A Northbound Horse by Richard Wormser pb f-gc 50c……Hunted...accused...jailed as a horse thief! “Horse thief! I s that what I am?” Cav asks himself miserably. He had been tricked into giving up his beautiful mare. But he just had to catch up with the K & C herd. That’s the only reason he took another horse. And now Cav must prove his honesty. Only then can he show the Texas cattle drovers that a boy has a place in a pioneering/ cowboy’s world . Ages 13+ With Blood and Iron by Douglas Reeman pb gc $3…January, 1944 ... On the vast grey waters of the Atlantic the balance of power has shifted. For Rudolf Steiger, ace U-boat commander, there is a new sense of urgency. Dedicated, ruthless, fanatical, he has become a legend in his own time, a symbol of Germany's greatness. But now, as he takes the U-boat flotilla, Meteor, out into the bitter winter seas, he faces a new and deadly enemy - his own nagging doubts about the outcome of the war. Steiger knows that his destiny may be to court heroic death rather than suffer ignominious defeat. 'With Blood and Iron' is a World War 2 submarine novel. Ages 14+ The Great escape by Paul Brickhill pb ec $3…. The Great Pony Mystery by Elinore Havers hb ec $4… After The Ring : Stories in Honour of J.R.R. Tolkien edited by Martin H. Greenberg pb ec $7…."After the King presents "an outstanding collection of new fantasy stories by an extraordinary assemblage of some of the very best writers to ever continue the tradition Tolkien began with "The Lord of the Rings." Stephen R. Donaldson, Peter S. Beagle, Andrew Nortong, Terry Pratchett, Robert Silverberg, Judith Tarr, Gregory Benford, Jane Yolen, Poul and Karen Anderson, Mike Resnick, Emma Bull, Elizabeth Ann Scarborough, John Brunner, Harrr Turtledove, Dennis L. McKiernan, Karen Haber, Barry M. Malzberg, and Charles de Lint contribute to a dazzling anthology that captures the spirit and originality of Tolkien's great work. The millions whose lives have been touched by J.R.R. Tolkien will find the same primal storytelling magic here, undiluted and running ever on. The Singing Cave by Elis Dillon hb wdj gc $2….After heavy storms on the island a cave begins to sing. Behind the former cave wall is a hollow and a viking ship is discovered, although vikings were apparently never in that area of Ireland. It's all the beginning of an adventure for a few young island boys. Ages 10+ Telegraph Stations of Central Australia (Historical Photographs) FREE Born Free by Joy Adamson hb gc 50c…Fifty years ago Joy Adamson first introduced to the world the story of her life alongside Elsa the lioness, whom she had rescued as an orphaned cub, and raised at her home in Kenya. But as Elsa had been born free, Joy made the heartbreaking decision that she must be returned to the wild when she was old enough to fend for herself.  Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson (a young readers edition) pb gc 50c…. Casey the Utterly Impossible Horse by Anita Feagles pb gc 50c…Casey chooses Mike for his pet boy, and Mike finds himself with a talking horse who likes to wear pyjamas.  Even with its age this is a great book for starting readers that will be quick for them to read and enjoy while the quaint pictures definitely add to the story. My Third Enid Blyton Book pb gc 50c… Wishing Chair Again by Enid Blyton hb gc 50c…. Hairy Maclary from Donaldson’s Dairy by Lynley Dodd miniature hb gc 50c….. With cumulative rhymes and sunny ink and watercolour illustrations, this international favourite chronicles the escapades of our hero Hairy and his crew of five kooky canines. In this introductory book in the HAIRY MACLARY series, all the pooches-from big-as-a-horse Hercules Morse to Schnitzel von Krumm with the very low tum-meet their feline match. A delightful rhyming story of a cheeky little dog!! Schnitzel von Krumm’s Basketwork by Lynley Dodd miniture hb 50c….Schnitzel von Krumm with the very low tum was always one of the favourite dogs in the Hairy Maclary gang. He now has a story all to himself which tells how Schnitzel's ploys get his owners to give him back his old and much-loved basket. Wide Range Interest Reader  4 by Fred J. Schonell hb 50c…The wide Range Readers are planned to provide graded reading practice for junior school children. Because children of 7-11 have a wide range of reading needs and attainments, there are three parallel series - Blue, Green and Red books - to provide plenty of material to suit the interest and reading ages of every child. Books 1-4 are graded by half yearly reading ages, for use by appropriate groups within a class. Tony’s Train Ride by Katherine Allfrey (beginning novel reader for grade 3) pb gc $1… https://www.amazon.co.uk/Tonys-Train-Ride-Sparklers-S/dp/0222012501 Far Out, Brussell Sprout! Children’s Chants and Rhymes compiled byJune Factor pb gc $2….Best children's book to come out of Australia. Classic rhymes and hilarious pictures for every Aussie child (and adult) to grow up reading. Still brilliant 20 years later. First Readers Chicken Licken hb gc $1…..Chicken Licken is worried the sky is going to fall on his head, so he sets off with an increasing band of followers to tell the King. But will he get that far…? The Old Farm Cart level 3 reader pb gc $1….. How Big is Big? By Herman and Nina Schneider pb (1945 picture book) pb gc $3….Starting with the known and familiar, they go step by step through the whole gamut of bigness. Then they go down the scale of the little world.These are older books with line drawing illustrations typical of the 1940's. You might think they would seem outdated but their basic explanations continue to be applicable today and well-suited to a young child's inquisitive mind. Peter’s China Pig by Lilly Mosheim hb wdj level 2 reader $1… Noisy Farm by Rod Campbell (with lift out flaps) pb gc $1….Part of a series of picture books, this book is intended to familiarise children with the familiar sounds of farm life as they follow Sam, the dog, around the farm. It also serves as an introduction to farm animals by the lifting of flaps to find the babies. Angelina’s Baby Sister by Katherine Holabird pb gc $2…..Angelina's got something to look forward to—a new baby sister! But everyone is so busy fussing over little Polly, they don't have time to pay attention to her. And when Angelina gets ignored, she gets angry! Can she learn to share her most important audience? This charming book, which features sparkly foil on the jacket, is sure to delight Angelina's fans. Flip by Wesley Dennis pb (1941 picture book) $1….A colt realises his desire to jump across the brook following a dream in which he sprouts silvery wings. A wonderful picture book! Wesley Dennis' artwork is enchanting in the the story of Flip, the curious colt who dreams he can fly. Indeed, it was this book that caught Marguerite Henry's eye in her quest for an artist to illustrate her first book about horses, Album of Horses. Christopher Columbus by Piero Ventura pb gc $4……This is a great timeline of Christopher Columbus's life and what he thought the world looked like. This would be a good book for middle to high elementary students to read when learning about either history or Christopher Columbus. Also would be good to use when doing a "discovering" America unit. The Super-Roo of Mungalongaloo by Osmar White pb f-gc 50c…..There is something delightfully enthralling — and quintessentially Australian — in Osmar White’s tale of Scotsman Angus McGurk’s intrepid expedition into the perilous heart of the Dreaded Deadibone Desert..Super-Roo is the Head Animal at the wonderful Willawallawalla Waterfall at the foot of the Mungalongaloo Mountains. One of his jobs is to keep out human polluters and foreign animals. More little Red Fox Stories by Alison Uttley pb f-gc 50c….Little Red Fox was all alone in the great wood when kind Mr and Mrs Badger decided to adopt him and bring him up with their own two children, Bill and Bonny. Of course, he was very happy to have such a good safe home, even if it meant having baths and strange things to eat, but he found it hard to be as good as the little Badgers, and then too there was the danger of the Wicked Uncle who wanted to kidnap him.  Earthly Delights Stories from a Southern Land by Vickie Kearney and Jan Lillie pb ec $5……A collection of illustrated stories to develop the imagination featuring images from the natural world typical of Australia that will appeal to the universal qualities of childhood through beauty, goodness and imagination. Ages 3-6 years.  Dr. Seuss Board Book One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish gc 50c It’s Bed Time by Phil Cummings includes lullaby CD  ec $2……Beautifully illustrated picture book featuring a mix of well-loved and delightfully new lullabies written by Australian emerging and award winning writers.  The accompanying CD includes gentle lullaby compositions and readings by Phil Cummings, Katrina Germein and Susan Betts. Tumble, Tumble, Tumbleweed by Pat Lowery Collins hb gc $2…A small boy adopts a tumbleweed as a pet and friend in spite of the ridicule of siblings and young neighbours. Learning to care for an inanimate object does, however, in the end, prepare him for a live pet of his own. Ladybird Humpty Dumpty and other nursery rhymes hb gc 50c…. Ladybird Read it Yourself Billy Goats Gruff (level 1 5yrs) hb 50c…. Ladybird Shapes hb gc 50c….. The Biggest Little House in the Forest by Djemma Bider hb (picture book) 50c…A group of animals bands together to build a new house in the forest when their old house becomes too small to hold them all.Meet Bernice the butterfly who discovers a little vacant house one day and decides to move in. It is not long before Millie Mouse, Fred Frog, Rudy Rooster and Richie Rabbit join her. What happens though when Bartholomew Bear wants to join them? Uh oh! He is a little too big! Oops!Read this delightful tale of animal friendship and the rewards of working together even after things don't go exactly as planned. Are WE There Yet? A Journey Around Australia by Alison Lester hb gc $7….Join Grace and her family on their adventurous and sometimes funny expedition. A warm, heartfelt story based on an actual journey undertaken by the much-loved, award-winning author and illustrator, Alison Lester. Grace and her family hitch up their pop up camper trailer and head off, literally around Australia. Alison Lester picks out the quirky and interesting snippets of information about the different places, each is accompanied by bright pencil drawings. This book allows you to take a trip all the way around Australia (and to the centre too) This is a story of a family vacation. Each page has a map to show their progress around the continent and there are many pictures to show the different things in nature, cities etc. that they experience. Travel with make your own journal along, by the end you have produced a treasured keepsake!!1 Childcraft Dictionary (full colour) hb ec $5….It's a must have for elementary school students - easy to read explanations of the meanings of the words, additional plus - good examples to illustrate them . A great help for students for doing homework especially when they have to think of sentences of their own. Australian poems to read to the Very Young Yvonne Perrin hb gc 50c…Children's poems deal with Australian topics, including "Woolloomooloo," "The Swagman," "Bullocky Bill," "The Kookaburra," and "A Skinky Problem." Who made the Morning? by Jan Godfrey hb ec $1….This charming picture storybook will help children learn who God is and that He is with us wherever we go. 'Who is God?' asks Little Brown Bird. One question leads to another until Little Brown Bird finds herself on a journey, flying higher than she has ever flown before, to learn all she can about the God who made the morning, so she can thank Him. One Ballerina Two by Vivian French pb gc $1…Two young ballerinas, one small and one not-so-small, practice their steps and movements, in a study of sibling affection. The younger sister's adoring, scuffy and clumsy attempts to imitate her older sister's trained movements reflects the frustration young readers may also feel. A Family From Guatemala by Julia Waterlow hb gc $1….Readers can spend the day with a foreign family and learn about life in another country. Family members give their individual perspectives on everyday matters such as school, work, food, family life, and leisure activities. An abundance of photographs of the family's home offers readers an up-close look at the life of a foreign family. Sister Wendy Beckett A Child’s Book of Prayer In Art hb ec $7…Combines well-known religious paintings with explanations of what is happening in each image and how the pictures can be used as a way of "listening" to God and learning simple lessons. The simple concept of pairing a great work of art with a character trait really works. A child can easily learn to recognise a beautiful piece of art and apply it to the concept discussed. The artwork is described in detail suitable for an older child or adult and keeps this book pleasurable for all. The Feeding of The Five Thousand (Tarantula Books) hb gc 50c…. Good News From Jesus! The Wonderful Stories of Jesus about God’s Love for His Children retold by Jane Fletcher hb gc 50c…. Akimba and the Magic Cow by Anne Rose pb gc 50c…A poor man gets a series of magical gifts from an old man who lives in the woods, soon losing each one to his greedy neighbour.The old man in the woods is very generous, and patient. Akimba is very dumb, and lazy.A folk tale from Africa. The story of a magic cow that spits out gold coins. Farm Alphabet Book by Jane Miller hb fc FREE… V.I.P. very important plant by Ted Greenwood pb gc 50c…Describes the life cycle of a tree from the newly sown seed until the fully grown tree is destroyed and a new seedling arises. My First Word Book by Angela Wilkes hb f-gc 50c…. Cyril and the House of Commons by Michael Palin pb gc $1… https://www.ebay.com.au/p/Cyril-and-the-House-of-Commons-by-Michael-Palin-Paperback-1988/94859721?iid=183195283220&chn=ps Judy’s Pony by Esta de Fossard pb gc 50c…one of Australia's best loved children's authors. He is known for such best selling titles as Samantha Seagull's Sandals this is a delightful story for young girls 9+ with a love for horses to boot! Happy Days for Mouse and Mole by James Mayhew pb gc 50c…This is a collection of three tales about Mouse and Mole. They include a tale about Mole trying out the hammock Mouse has fixed in the garden, and losing his spectacles, and a tale about them catching falling leaves in the wood to guarantee a year of good. There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Fly….illustrated by Pam Adams ( activity cut-out) pb f-gc 50c…. Bible-World Fact Finder : An A-Z of Bible Knowledge hb ec $2…Designed for junior researchers, their families, and their teachers, this factfinder features quizzes, stories, and articles which deal with Christian beliefs. Treasures In The Snow by Patricia St. John (illustrated edition) hb gc $1…Treasures of the Snow is a beautiful heartwarming tale with real old-fashioned family values and lessons to be learned. The alpine setting is described in great realistic detail. Hardened hearts are changed! Kate Greenway’s Book of Games hb gc $2…This delightful book contains a large collection of games for children, young and old which are illustrated with Kate Greenaway's beautifully charming and delicate pictures. This book was originally published in 1899 and Pook Press are republishing it in order to allow children and adults to enjoy both the games and the wonderful illustrations. Jonathan Looks For God by Regine Schindler hb gc $2… (Pub. By St. Paul’s publications) Its and bits of nature A-Z of biodiversity by Janeen Brian hb gc $3…https://www.angusrobertson.com.au/books/its-and-bits-of-nature-janeen-brian/p/9780646420752 My Book of Dick Whittington retold by Jane Curruth hb gc $3…https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/My-Book-of-Dick-Whittington-Retold-by-Jane-Carruth-Picture-Book-HC-/161444835973 What Is A Bird? (A Child’s Golden Science Book pb f-gc 50c…This beginner’s guide offers a first glimpse into the natural world of birds.In this addition to the acclaimed About… series, educator and author Cathryn Sill uses simple, easy-to-understand language to teach children what birds are, what they do, and how they live. There’s quite a good amount of info in this book. Earthquakes and Volcanoes by Imelda ad Rbert Updegraff pb gc 50c…Great explanations of the earth's crust, faults, earthquakes, tidal waves, volcanoes, hot springs, and geysers. A Closer Look at Birds by J.L.Hicks hb gc 50c…Discusses the characteristics of the world's birds. A Closer Look at Ocean Life by Susannah and David Cook hb gc 50c…Discusses some of the animals and flora  of the sea and the dangers they and their. A Closer Look at eskimos by Jill Hughes hb f-gc 50c….Describes the traditional Eskimo way of life. A Closer Look at Elephants by John Holbrook hb gc 50c….Discusses the characteristics of African and Indian elephants. The Ugly Duckling designed and illustrated by Gerda Muller hb gc 50c…https://www.amazon.com/Ugly-Duckling-Gerda-Muller/dp/0706423070 Foundations of History : The American West by Majorie Godfrey hb gc 50c….The text includes primary and secondary written and pictorial sources. This books covers info great for project work for middle school. Thumper Random House Reader Level 3 hb 50c…. Tinker Farm by Stephen Rabley (Penguin reader) Level 4-5 includes comprehension questions pb gc (some markings) 50c….It is 1800 and Jenny and Sam Tinker arrive in the USA. They have to work very hard on a farm to make ends meet, but Jenny's friendship with the Indian girl Blue Sky leads the Tinkers to a better life. "Penguin Readers" is a series of simplified novels, film novelisations and original titles that introduce students at all levels to the pleasures of reading in English. Kingfisher History of Everyday Life  (From Ancient Times to The Twentieth Century) by Piero Ventura hb gc $2…The retelling of history through pictures from ancient times to the early 1900's. Nine periods of time are taken and unfolded into nine categories covering daily life - government, buildings, farming, arts, trade, fashion, transport, inventions and armies.  Dreaming of Antartica by Jane Godwin f-gc 50c….Told from a child's perspective, this book is full of interesting facts about Antarctica, its physical characteristics and its wildlife, accompanied by superb photographs and whimsical drawings.This is a lovely introduction to the wondrous world of Antarctica for your budding adventurer/scientist. Panorama: A History of Ships from Log Rafts to Luxury Liners by Fiona MacDonald hb gc $2…Focusing on the invention of log rafts to the development of luxury liners, this book, which is one of a series, has an illustrated frieze running across the top of every page to provide a panoramic overview of the passage of time. Illustrations underneath highlight particular aspects.. The Three Wonderful Beggars by Sally Scott hb gc $2…Scott has adapted a Russian folktale about a wealthy, arrogant man who tries to recast his own destiny. Mark the Rich almost refuses to board three beggars for the night, until his daughter pleads with him to let them stay. She overhears them talking about a new baby, Vasilli, who will one day usurp Mark the Rich's place as the wealthiest man in the land. Mark is outraged to hear that news and plots against the baby. Despite all his efforts, Vasilli succeeds, which is just what the beggars had foreseen. Scott's standard retelling of a plain tale is overshadowed by her skill as a delicate fabricant of colours, patterns and textures, which produced the opulence of The Magic Horse. Elegant and precisely cut garments delineate the Russian motifs but do not extend the appeal of the tale. The Cruise of Mr. Christopher Columbus by Sadyebeth and Anson Lowitz (vintage written in1932 ) f-g 50c…This book was written from the perspective of a child. Often important people of the past are thought of as always having been adults and their childhood is passed over. This book show how important ones childhood is in shaping what and who they become as adults. Columbus's life was determined in many ways by the people and events he experienced as a child growing up in Genoa. Pick-A-Riddle by Ennis Rees pb f-gc FREE… Kick back, enjoy a couple moments and read this to your kids. A hidden gem Hopscotch, the Tiny Bunny by Stephanie Calmenson pb gc 50c…Hopscotch, a tiny rabbit, is saved from a cat by Squeak, the mouse, and they discover both their families tend to forget about the smallest members occasionally. Ten Little Rabbits by Virginia Grossman & Sylvia Long hb wdj gc 50c….Weaving, fishing, and storytelling are all part of this spirited book that celebrates Native American traditions as it teaches young children to count from one to ten. Ideal for story time or bedtime, and now perfectly sized for toddlers, Ten Little Rabbits is sure to leave children counting rabbits instead of sheep.A unique take on counting books [counting one to ten] with rabbits dressed in the regalia of various Native American tribes and participating in traditional tribal customs. A brief sentence or two on each tribe follows the story, providing very basic information about each tribe. The simple rhyme is appropriate for young children and the illustrations on each page are colourful, encouraging the child to count the rabbits in each scene. In addition, the portrayal of characters in the story as Native Americans encourages the young child to explore the customs and traditions of another culture in a positive way.  The Sailor’s Bride by Tony Waters hb gc 50c…The wife of a sailor mouse lost at sea sets off with her children in a little boat to rescue him. I Can read All by Myself Beginner Book: The Digging-est Dog by Al Perkins pb ec $3…in full colour. A dog who has to learn how to dig doesn't stop until he has dug up the whole town. An adventure mouse story… Piccolo Explorer books: Wildlife The Hedgehog by Angela Sheehan pb gc 50c…Describes the physical characteristics, habits, and natural environment of the hedgehog. Very good book of how nature is. Not wrapped up in fairy tails and cotton wool. A Book About Planets by Betty Polisar Reigot pb gc 50c…Information from the most recent space probes and full color photographs present fascinating facts about our solar system and beyond. Squeak! Squeak! By Siobhan Dodds pb gc 50c…Nelly is wearing her new shoes and everywhere she goes, she is accompanied by a strange squeaking sound! Could it be a mouse? Or a hamster on its wheel? Or could it be a tricycle going by? This picture book has a look-and-find element to it as well as lots of familiar objects that squeak. Enid Blyton: Pipes for Old Puff & Little Down Cushion hb gc 50c….. City Mouse-Country Mouse and Two More Mouse Tales from Aesop illustrated by John Wallner pb gc 50c…A wonderful staple book for children. Correlates well with the first grade common core curriculum, comparing two characters, cause and effect, comparing two stories and so on. Teacher notes here:https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/books/city-mouse-country-mouse-and-two-more-mouse-tales-from-aesop-by/ DK Alphabet Cards double sided. Each card has the Letter with a full colour picture/illustration on the flip side! Excellently laminated and hard wearing….gc $1 the lot! (if you buy the set you will receive free a set of math division  flash cards !!! Great Names In History : George Stephenson by Patricia Green hb gc $1….George Stephenson helped to change the lives of people in great Britain during the last century. This biography which includes full colour illustrations, will make in impact on children from 9-12.  The Great Treasury of Australian Folklore : Two Centuries Tales, Epics, Ballads, Myths & Legends compiled by A.K. Macdougall pb ec $8…An anthology of the tales, ballads, epics, myths and legends inspired by two hundred years of white settlement in Australia. Chapters include Slanguage', Good sports' and Conflict and strife'. Illustrated with photographs and line drawings.https://www.amazon.com/Great-Treasury-Australian-Folklore-Centuries/dp/B006ZIK2XG Bush Journey’s with Bill Molyneux : Exploring Australia’s Natural Environment pb gc $3….https://gouldsbooks.com/product_info.php?products_id=86968 (Readers Digest) Book of Australian FACTS :Thousands of amazing records and essential figures, key dates and fascinating stories hb gc $3….       
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