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Children's literature is usually understood to comprise books intentionally written for children to read.

 
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Tony on the Moon's Children’s Picture Book - Barnaby Frog has a Bu...

By: Tony James Moon

This series is arranged in levels of reading difficulty ranging from 1 to 5. The easiest is level 1, the hardest level 5. All these books are royalty free and can be copied used printed and distributed, scrawled on walls, acted out in plays and told (very slowly) to your pet dog, if you don’t have a dog a cat will do, but hamsters do not listen as they only speak Spanish. They are designed to be easily read on a computer and can be printed on standard A4 size p...

One fine day Barnaby frog was singing the "Police man's" song from the Mikado. The Mikado is a musical show written by Mr Gilbert and Mr Sullivan and is often sung by frogs because they are very bouncy tunes.

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Tony on the Moon's Fun Poetry 2-1 : Fun illustrated rhyming poems ...

By: Tony James Moon

All these poems and drawings are royalty free and can be copied used printed and distributed, scrawled on walls, danced to and generally treated as if they were something to be enjoyed rather than just scary poetry.

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Tony on the Moon's Fun Poetry 1-1 : Fun illustrated rhyming poems ...

By: Tony James Moon

All these poems are royalty free and can be copied used printed and distributed, scrawled on walls, danced to and generally treated as if they were something to be enjoyed rather than just scary poetry.

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Bobo The Robo : The Blue Flying Saucer

By: Satyajit Kharkar

“That night, exactly behind the Taj Mahal landed a flying saucer. The saucer was like a giant blue balloon. It was bigger than the biggest balloon you could ever imagine."

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Fatticus Faces the Wolf : A Slumber-Time Adventure

By: Ms. Melody Ayres-Griffiths

When Francis Hawthorn, a British Colonel, is liberated from the Germans who had taught him to telepathically communicate with a blue-eyed ginger-tabby he names Cleopawtra, he is falsely declared a casualty of the First World War, and indentured to his own government for that ability. Years later, his presumed widow, Caroline, a romance novelist, spontaneously types the dreams of her own similar, but portly feline, Fatticus, which conclude with strange, nonsensical sen...

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Adelaide's Pinnygig

By: Ms. Melody Ayres-Griffiths

Adelaide, a Canadian teenage girl, flees across a wintery landscape to evade an assassin sent to steal her guinea pig.

FOREWORD: A BRIEF INTRODUCTION. MANY NOTEWORTHY EFFORTS, both scholarly and otherwise, have been made in modern times to chronicle the events that took place at the dawn of the Twenty-First century, before the Fall and the subsequent New Enlightenment, but none have focussed so completely on the human element as what we, the Publishers, proudly present to you here. The recent discovery of Adelaide Pemberton’s journal has provided us with some unique glimpses into t...

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The Boy Who Never Slept

By: Chandra F. Allen

A short story about a boy who did not sleep

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The Strange Stuff Unexplained : If God is the Answer, What is the ...

By: Manjunath R

Why something? Why not anything? All our life, we have been bugged by the strange questions that face us, and have tried to find answers to them from the day we begin to make sense of what we see. Overall so far disconcert seems to be an instinct on a personal level. The universe is full of strange sounding ideas and unremarkable truths. Mankind’s lust for knowledge never winds up with certainty. Who created the universe? The scriptural teaching on the origin of the uni...

A physicist is someone who yearns to comprehend why the universe is for, but he is too absurd to comprehend it. Physics: The music of dancing atoms.

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Mr. Grapey You're Crazy!

By: Yu Sung Bak

An alien comes to the planet and a dog must stop the alien from dominating the world.

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The Pantynoodles

By: Miss Clara Antonia Fortis

This story is about a horrible family called "The Pantynoodles". The main characters in the book are called: Mr. and Mrs. Pantynoodles, Hera, Kelly, and Bob.

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Mr. Cow

By: Constantin Maria Fortis

This book is about a cow that is a spy and has to save the world.

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It's Your Problem

By: Miss Zhenia Andreyevna Doluda

This book is about a cat and a rabbit who are the best of friends and get up to funny things.

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Possum Nights

By: Hugh C Johnson

This story takes place in a small town in Arkansas. It is aimed at Late Middle Graders.

Despite how bad things appear, there is always help available if you look hard enough.

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Counting Stars

By: Hugh Clay Johnson

Amy's deceased father wanders aimlessly in her dreams. She is determined to catch a magical catfish she believes will help her Daddy. This book is set in rural Arkansas in the mid 1960s. It is intended for late Middle Grade readers.

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Emma and the Minotaur

By: Jon Herrera

All stories are true. Emma Wilkins is eleven years old and she lives on Belle Street. In the forests of Saint Martin, a great power has awakened. Whispers abound of a monster that lurks in the darkness as more and more of the city's residents go missing. Called by the song of a tree, the diminutive Emma finds herself face to face with the colossal Minotaur. Following a narrow escape, Emma discovers that she is the only one who has any chance to stop him. On her...

Emma was sitting on a bench next to a bus stop. It was morning on a busy street and the road in front of her was full of traffic. There was a bus shelter next to the bench and there were a few people inside. They were looking at her. A woman was sitting next to her but she stood up and walked away. Emma glanced toward the people in the shelter and they all looked away at once and pretended that she wasn’t there. She looked down at her lap and saw that she was ho...

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Somnium Filii de Stella

By: Charles Dickens; William Arthur Hanes, Translator

A Childs Dream of a Star in Latin

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Fabula de Domino Tode : The Tale of Mr Tod in Latin

By: Helen Beatrix Potter; William Arthur Hanes, Translator

Old Mr Bouncer falls asleep while babysitting and entertaining Tommy Brock (badger). Tommy Brock carries off the little bunnies to one of the empty houses of Mr Tod (fox). Peter Rabbit and Benjamin Bunny pursue him to rescue the baby rabbits and Mr Tod arrives to evict his unwelcome tenant.

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Fabula de Iohanno Mure Urbano

By: Helen Beatrix Potter, Mrs.; William Arthur Hanes, Translator

The Tale of Johnny Town Mouse in Latin.

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Fabula de Domina Tiggi-Uinkel

By: Helen Beatrix Potter; William Arthur Hanes, Translator

The Tale of Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle in Latin

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Fabula de Sciuro Nuciola

By: Helen Beatrix Potter, Mrs.; William Arthur Hanes, Translator

The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin in Latin.

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