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At night in London during World War II it was common for giant searchlights to scan the skies in an attempt to locate enemy aircraft.
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“provides a unique and valuable contribution to the history of the many ways our nation and its people have mistreated Native Americans.”
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Dan Gutman has written another title for his Wait! What? series, called The Beatles Couldn’t Read Music. A brother and sister, Turner and Paige, are the comic strip narrators.
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“a decisive event in the making of modern Europe . . .”
There have been several books published about the SAS during WWII. This, however, is the first authorized illustrated version. The pictures have never published before.
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“a beautiful volume.”
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If you’re of a certain age, you’ll no doubt remember that iconic line from the book and film Love Story when Ali MacGraw, through tears, tells Ryan O’Neill “Love means never having to say
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At the age of five, a lonely boy named Elon Musk (b. 1971) decided to walk on his own to his cousin’s birthday party.
“a remarkable and fascinating read, made possible by the author’s extraordinary access to royal and official government archives only recently opened to researchers.”