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But Granddad, We Haven't Had Lunch Yet! Dudley Benton
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Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Binding: Perfect Bound
This book is a description of several adventures with his two grandsons, Curtis and Adam Murray. The experiences and his descriptions reveal many lovable aspects of the man they called, Granddad (and I called Dad). He loved life and was always ready to go somewhere interesting. Planning adventures was perhaps his greatest pleasure and he was really good at it, as you will see.
From America to Amarika Sholom Feldheim
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Size: 5" x 8"
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ISBN: 9781682736470
Fresh from the completion of his seminal work, The Garden State Parkway of Emunah, the author places the reader in the window seat for his first ever visit to the Holy Land. A read enjoyed by all ages and backgrounds.
Looking at Hats Charles A Williams II
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Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
poems and quotes gathered in years of travel
October Vagabonds Richard Le Gallienne
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Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
This edition of October Vagabonds by Richard Le Gallienne is given by Ashed Phoenix - Million Book Edition
The Personal Romance Abdias Bagidasov
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Size: 4.25" x 6.87"
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ISBN: 9781645502135
The Personal Romance is a memoir/travelogue based on combined material from the author's journal entries during his time living in the Czech Republic in the early Nineties. Starting at the age of eighteen, snippets from various experiences and misadventures while living in Prague and traveling around Eastern Europe and the surrounding area are pieced together in varying degrees of detail. The unconventional writing style, particularly for the travel genre, adds to the strenuous effort to reflect the time period and environment in which the book is set; shining a light on the author's own mindset and taking the reader to places they may never have expected to be taken.