Juvenile Fiction

The Masquerade Dance

Author: Carol Ottley-Mitchell

Publisher: Cas


Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 24

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Would you like to dance to the drum drum drum of the masquerades? Well, it is carnival time in St. Kitts-Nevis' carnival and Saulo is excited to see the masquerades perform and dance, and to hear their music. He dreams of dancing the masquerade one day but when the masquerades get too close for comfort, Saulo isn't sure he is ready for his big debut. Inspired by a very real and incredible young man, The Masquerade Dance tells of a boy who is mesmerized by the "drum drum drum" of the masquerade beat and dreams of dancing the masquerade. Look inside to read about this lovely tradition with roots in African, Indigenous Caribbean, and European culture.

The Masquerade Ball

Author: V.S. Bryant

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation


Category: Poetry

Page: 48

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I was born November 23, 1979, I started writing poetry at the age of 13, for me it was a way to express myself. My first published poem was titled “Do You Love Me”, and it was published in a collection created by the National Library of Poetry. “The Masquerade Ball” is actual my second full collection of poems. My first collection was finished while I was still in high school, but it was never published. I have two wonderful little girls, they are the reason why I am here today, this book and every book to follow is for them to show them that you can forefill your dreams and accomplish anything you put your mind to. Currently I am attending Rutgers University, Newark Campus working on my BA in English with hopes to go straight into the Master’s Program for Creative Writing. I am also currently trying to build up my small business mainly dealing with Greeting Cards, but not limited to that.

May Christians Dance?

Author: James Hall Brookes



Category: Dance

Page: 143

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This is a typical example of the antidance literature that was published during the nineteenth century. Although Brookes provides a weak defense of dancing, his final conclusion is that the large assemblies, indelicate dressing, "unwarrantable freedom of intercourse between the sexes," as well as uncontrolled excitement, leads to a thorough worldliness and, ultimately, to the forgetfulness of God. The manual was reissued in the 1890s under the title The modern dance.

The Dancing Masquerade

Author: Femi Abodunrin

Publisher: Dokun Pub Hse


Category: Fiction

Page: 175

View: 917

A novel exploring a fictional Nigerian history with strong social, religious and cultural themes running through.
British Columbia

Last Rambles Amongst the Indians of the Rocky Mountains and the Andes

Author: George Catlin

Publisher: Edinburgh ; London : Gall & Inglis, [187-]


Category: British Columbia

Page: 361

View: 588

Some tribes mentioned: Apache, Aztec, Chinook, Choctaw, Crow, Fernandeno, Kiowa, Klatsop, Mandan, Mohawk, Osage, Pawnee, Seneca, Shoshone, Sioux, Tuscarora, Winnebago.


Author: Maria Elizabeth Jourdan Westmoreland



Category: Orphans

Page: 332

View: 485

Boys' Life





Page: 64

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Boys' Life is the official youth magazine for the Boy Scouts of America. Published since 1911, it contains a proven mix of news, nature, sports, history, fiction, science, comics, and Scouting.
Juvenile Fiction

Masquerade (The Rosewoods, #2)

Author: Katrina Abbott

Publisher: Over The Cliff Publishing


Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 200

View: 128

Halloween is coming and everyone knows what that means: costume party! For Brooklyn Prescott, the best thing about being the new school liaison was supposed to be planning the Halloween dance. Who doesn't want to escape herself, even if it's just for one night? But The Rosewood School for Academic Excellence has banned costumes and now Brooklyn's faced with the possibility of her first event being a total flop. Not to mention that she's planning the dance with Dave, the sexy and neglected boyfriend of her roommate, Emmie. Awkward! It's not like planning the dance is her only concern either. On top of classes she's got equestrian team practice, and Coach Fleming has been acting very oddly. Talked into sneaking out to collect some intel with her friends, Brooklyn may have stumbled onto a huge, juicy secret that could involve the coach in a potentially career-ending scandal. And then there's Jared, who seemed to be into her, but has suddenly disappeared without a trace - not even a text message. Things at Rosewood are getting complicated for Brooklyn, just as she's starting to fit in. The more she tries to uncover the secrets surrounding her, the more she realizes that her friends and even the faculty are all wearing masks. Does she dare look underneath them? Or does she put on one of her own? Masquerade is the second installment of The Rosewoods, an exciting new Young Adult series for readers who love fun, flirty love stories. Books by Katrina Abbott: The Rosewoods Series: Taking the Reins Masquerade Playing the Part Reading Between the Lines I'll Never Forget (short story) This Point Forward Risking It All (short story) Making Ripples Acting Out Hitting the Target (August 2015) Keywords: contemporary romance, young adult contemporary romance, boarding school, high school, friendship, boys, kissing, first love, humorous romance, romantic humor, funny romance, flirting, teen, teenage, equestrian, Olympics, rich, wealthy, elite, young adult, new adult, coming of age, love triangle, boys, relationships, firsts, new girl, free first in series, series, masquerade ball, masquerade, school dance, secrets, child actor, boy, boyfriend
Abuja (Federal Capital Territory, Nigeria)


Author: Yakubu Adamu

Publisher: Abuja


Category: Abuja (Federal Capital Territory, Nigeria)

Page: 182

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