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Diary Of A Minecraft Wimpy Zombie
It's a world where the zombies hate humans, until the tables are turned...
Z is a zombie who has never really fit in with the monster crowd. Although he has fun with his friends, he wonders if there is more to the world than what he has always been told.
He may not be the most popular zombie in school, but Z is about to be the big man on campus.
When he gets a gig at the school newspaper, his stories portraying humans as likable start to get attention. The only problem is, not all of that attention is good. After hearing a mysterious warning from his brother R, Z is taken aback when he runs into trouble at school with some of the older kids who don't like his writing. But the real surprise comes when Z actually meets a real life human.
Are humans really that bad? Find out when you read "Middle School"
Delightfully entertaining and laugh out loud funny, this book will be sure to capture any child's attention, even those who don't like to read.
Kids' Crafternoon Papercraft
The Kids' Crafternoon series puts fun back into your afternoon. Each book features 25 super cute projects that you will love to make.
In Papercraft you'll find monster pinatas, kites, pop-up cards, origami lights and much more.
So grab some paper, scissors and glue and get creative with the fantastic projects inside!
About The Author
Kathreen Ricketson is the author of Whip Up Mini Quilts. The projects in the Kids' Crafternoon titles have been carefully selected by Kathreen from crafters around the world.
25 Crafts For Christmas
A craft for every day of Advent, or just to keep children entertained in the run up to Christmas
Young crafters can make decorations, their own Christmas cards, and a variety of gift boxes and trimmings using simple materials and following just a few steps. Each activity is wonderfully simple with only a few steps to each craft and will give satisfying results in minutes-or hours can be whiled away with glittery embellishments. Crafts include festive paper holiday wreaths, felt elf boots, frosty forest greeting cards, many different tree ornaments, and a Christmas village with doilies for snowy roofs.
The Powell Papers
In 1849—months before the term “confidence man” was coined to identify a New York crook—Thomas Powell (1809–1887), a spherical, monocled, English poetaster, dramatist, journalist, embezzler, and forger, landed in Manhattan. Powell in London had capped a career of grand theft and literary peccadilloes by feigning a suicide attempt and having himself committed to a madhouse, after which he fled England. He had been an intimate of William Wordsworth, Elizabeth Barrett, Robert Browning, Charles Dickens, and a crowd of lesser literary folk.
Thoughtfully bearing what he presented as a volume of Tennyson with a few trifling revisions in the hand of the poet, Powell was embraced by the slavishly Anglophile New York literary establishment, including a young Herman Melville. In two pot-boilers—The Living Authors of England (1849) and The Living Authors of America (1850)—Powell denounced the most revered American author, Washington Irving, for plagiarism; provoked Charles Dickens to vengeful trans-Atlantic outrage and then panic; and capped his insolence by identified Irving and Melville as the two worst “enemies of the American mind.” For almost four more decades he sniped at Dickens, put words in Melville’s mouth, and survived even the most conscientious efforts to expose him. Long fascinated by this incorrigible rogue, Hershel Parker in The Powell Papers uses a few familiar documents and a mass of freshly discovered material (including a devastating portrait of Powell in a serialized novel) to unfold a captivating tale of skullduggery through the words of great artists and then-admired journalists alike.
Pagan Portals - Kitchen Witchcraft
Pull up a chair, have a cup of tea, sit back and take a glimpse into the world of "Kitchen Witchcraft". This little book will give you an insight into what a Kitchen Witch is, what they do and how they do it. It gives an overview of the Sabbats, working with the Moon, the elements and candle magic. Packed full of ideas for crafting such as washes and smudges for your home and your body, witch bottles, incense, medicine bags, magic powders and offerings. Take a stroll through a Kitchen Witch's garden and discover what you will find there and finish up with some lovely meditations. Follow the heart of a Kitchen Witch...
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