12/13/2011

Get Free Ebook: The Library Tree | It Ain’t Flat: A Memorizable List of Countries | My Heart Lies in Japan | Christmas Recipes eCookbook | The Innkeeper’s Son

The Library Tree



The Library Tree
by Scott Douglas

Librarians discovered a horrible thing nearly 100 years ago–writers were running out of ideas. It was a crisis that everyone overlooked–everyone, that is, except librarians, who feared their jobs would be lost if they didn’t find a way to continue to supply their libraries with books. Luckily for librarians, an invention came along that revolutionized the way books were written: the Library Tree–a tree that grows new books.

As great as these trees were, librarians, being intelligent people, knew they had to keep them a secret; if everyone knew about the tree, after all, then they would get their books from trees and not libraries. So for nearly 100 years they had kept their secret–until the day that Jake Maas, a boy librarians loved to secretly mock, discovered the secret.

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The Library Tree – 75 pages (PDF, MSWORD, TXT)


It Ain’t Flat: A Memorizable List of Countries



It Ain’t Flat: A Memorizable List of Countries
by Karl Beckstrand

It Ain’t Flat is fun a list of countries meant to be read aloud to facilitate easy memorization (or entertaining reading). Written & designed (some illustrations) by Karl Beckstrand

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It Ain’t Flat: A Memorizable List of Countries – 13 pages, 1.29 MB (PDF)


My Heart Lies in Japan



My Heart Lies in Japan
by Philip Hanan

This is a story of a young boy from England who will journey to the land of the Rising Sun after losing both his parents. There, he will learn about Japanese culture, love, dignity, and respect. This book goes through the years he spends there growing up and the choices he makes in life. Takes place in the early 1900s.

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My Heart Lies in Japan – 114 pages, 268.9 KB (PDF)

Christmas Recipes eCookbook



Christmas Recipes eCookbook
by Recipe4Living

It’s Christmas cookies GALORE in this favorite eCookbook. By far one of our most popular, it includes everything you could dream of cooking for Christmas. This Christmas recipe guide has every recipe you could ever want to celebrate the holidays with all the very best food and drink recipes. Whether you’re hosting a large gathering with multiple courses or having a smaller, intimate Christmas dinner, these recipes will ensure that everyone in your family makes the most of the holidays!

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Christmas Recipes eCookbook – 115 pages, (HTML, TXT)

The Innkeeper’s Son




The Innkeeper’s Son
by Jane Tyson Clement

A Christmas Short Story suitable for family reading this Christmas. It was a bitter night, though very clear. Under the sparkling stars a wild north wind drove cold into the veins, into the cracks and crannies of the tightest dwelling, and the tree limbs sighed and creaked. The snow that had fallen yesterday swirled up afresh and made new drifts, and the frozen earth was swept bare in wide swathes. No creature moved abroad, and except for the moan of the wind the world lay silent. But the inn was warm and cozy in the firelight…

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The Innkeeper’s Son – 12 pages, 422 kb (PDF, EPUB, PRC)

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