Juvenile Fiction

The Oak and The Wind

Author: Matthew Sorenson

Publisher: Covenant Books, Inc.

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Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 48

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The Oak and the Wind is the story of a tree that overcomes an impossible situation with the help of a wise old carpenter and learns how to change and live a greater life than he ever thought possible.
Fiction

The Oak and the Ram

Author: Michael Moorcock

Publisher: Hachette UK

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Category: Fiction

Page: 320

View: 155

The seasons have turned from spring to summer across the quiet earth - yet the Fhoi Myore were hiding in mist, awaiting their chance to unleash their icy realm of death. To defeat the Cold Gods, Corum of the Silver Hand must restore the High King's power with legendary treasures - the Golden Oak and the Silver Ram - lost talismans that wield miraculous forces. Forces that Corum must now tame...

The Oak and The Wind

Author: Matthew Sorenson

Publisher:

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Category:

Page: 50

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The Oak and the Wind is the story of a tree that overcomes an impossible situation with the help of a wise old carpenter and learns how to change and live a greater life than he ever thought possible.
American fiction

The Oak-openings; Or, The Bee-hunter

Author: James Fenimore Cooper

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

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Category: American fiction

Page: 262

View: 746

The Oak Openings; or, The Bee Hunter is an 1848 novel by James Fenimore Cooper. The novel focuses on the activities of professional honey-hunter Benjamin Boden, nicknamed "Ben Buzz". The novel is set in Kalamazoo, Michigan's Oak Opening, a wooded prairie that still exists in part today, during the War of 1812.After returning from his European travels in the 1830s, Cooper was persuaded by his nephew, Horace H. Comstock, to invest in Michigan real estate. The Potawatomi had ceded much of their land in central Michigan by 1833 and their former territory became known as "oak-openings". By 1837, Cooper's $6,000 investment was losing value, though he watched as his fellow New Yorkers attempted to colonize the area like honeybees.The experience inspired The Oak Openings; or, The Bee Hunter, and the novel became one of the first representations of Beekeeping in American literature. 5] Though not the first author to use the term "oak openings", Frederick Marryat did so, Cooper popularized the term for the type of oak clad Savannah with the publication of the novel.
Painters

The Wind in the Oak

Author: Martin Muncaster

Publisher: London : Robin Garton Limited

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Category: Painters

Page: 120

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Forest ecology

Oakwatch

Author: Jim Flegg

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Category: Forest ecology

Page: 159

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English fiction

The Oak and the Ash

Author: Frederick Grice

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Category: English fiction

Page: 153

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A young Durham lad with scholarly aspirations has them shifted by the possible necessity of working in the pit.
Municipal charters and ordinances

The Oak Park Code of 1916

Author: Oak Park (Ill.).

Publisher:

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Category: Municipal charters and ordinances

Page: 1098

View: 906

English fiction - Translations from Turkish

The Wind from the Plain

Author: Yaşar Kemal

Publisher: HarperCollins

ISBN:

Category: English fiction - Translations from Turkish

Page: 286

View: 611

The first volume of a trilogy called Beyond the Mountain, which describes the Yalak villagers, who come down from the Taurus mountains each year to pick cotton on the hot Chukurova plain.