The fascinating story of the first national park in the world that covers approximately 3,500 square miles.
A novel for this superstitious day.
Extract-Louis XVIII. in 1815 returned to his throne, borne on the shoulders of foreign soldiers, after the fight at Waterloo. The allied armies had a second time entered France to make her pass under the saws and harrows of humiliation.
Preface-Among the elusive figures of early American Drama stands John Leacock, author of The Fall of British Tyranny," published in 1776, in Philadelphia. Even more elusive is the identification, inasmuch as his name has been spelled variously Leacock, Lacock, and Laycock.
Preface-Sergeant William Lawrence died at Studland in Dorsetshire in the year 1867, bequeathing the manuscript of the accompanying autobiography to the family one of whose members now submits it to the notice of the public.
For more than three centuries the trading nations of Europe were suffered to pursue their commerce or forced to abandon their gains at the bidding of pirates.
The Wolf and the Seven Kids is a story about a mother goat, her seven kids and a big bad greedy wolf.
This is a wonderful tale about a little duckling that was born on a farm.
A fabulous fantasy tale of how two mice (who are cousins), one from the country, one who lives the high life in town, and how they are chased by huge dogs whilst over-indulging in an unnecessarily risky meal.