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Book: Odd Robert by Will Lowrey
The enchanted woods can harbor the darkest sins of man. Deep within the lush Elkin Forest, a pair of orphans find sanctuary among the peaceful villagers of Thon. For two adventurous boys who scarcely escaped the ruthless pillage of their former home, the rich, verdant woods and its bountiful creatures prove to be an oasis of natural splendor. Until one day, everything changes when they encounter [...]
 
Book: Words on a Killing by Will Lowrey
Behind the walls of an industry built on deception, there was one thing I was certain of - she was looking right at me. From the dim shadows of a metal chute in a New England slaughterhouse, her coal-black eyes proclaimed her sentience and questioned the very pillars of our beliefs. "Words on a Killing" is the story of the poignant, final moments of a single life trapped within the system. An [...]
 
Book: Mr. Pish Goes to the Farm (Mr. Pish Educational Series) by K. S. Brooks
The adventurous traveling terrier, Mr. Pish, takes us on a personally guided tour to show us what goes on at a farm. From playing with a cute lamb to driving a big swathing machine, Mr. Pish explores it all in Mr. Pish Goes to the Farm. In this sixth book in the Mr. Pish Educational Series, full color photographs and engaging text provide us with entertaining insight to teach us where our food [...]
 
Book: Echoes from the Farm by Dr. Jonathan T. Jefferson
In the early 1970s, when author Dr. Jonathan T. Jefferson (a.k.a. "John-John") was a young child, his parents did something unprecedented for a working class African American family from Queens: They bought an old, dilapidated farmhouse in Upstate New York's dairy country as a summer home for them and their eight children. Initially fish out of water, over the next decade the Jefferson family [...]
 
Book: Paul O'Leary - trouble on the farm by Michael Mardel
Meet up with Paul as he has two moves, from the city to a farm. Join him in his one room school and his extra chores on the farm, mowing lots of grass and training his dog, Lassie, not to chase the sheep. He has a few dream adventures, including being a fireman as a real bushfire approaches. Will he be able to cope with the blaze? It's a great big place where Paul ends up with his dog and his [...]
 
Book: Walker The Goose - The Search For A Family by Susanne Blumer
One sad goose searches for a friend. Will she ever find a happy companion? Walker the goose is very lonely. She knows the best way to beat loneliness is to find a new best friend. As she searches an entire farm for friendship among the cows, sheep, and pigs, Walker realizes it's not just a partner she wants. She needs a family to be truly happy. Walker The Goose: The Search For A Family is an [...]
 
Book: I Love My Tractor (What I Love, for kids) by Wes Covington
A fun and easy way for kids to learn about what a tractor does on a farm, some of the ways tractors are used and what an old tractor looks like. There is also a 'parts of the tractor' diagram that teaches what parts are where and what they do. This children's book is a fun way to introduce young readers to the role a tractor plays on a small farm.
 
Book: Reincarnated Horse Reporter by John Robert McCauley
An investigative reporter for the Richmond Times-Dispatch tries to recapture stories of nostalgic memories, and stumbles upon a charismatic waitress, who dies unexpectedly, but seems to be reincarnated in another free spirited woman he meets. The reporter sends readers on an unforgettable adventure set in a world of racehorses, steeplechase races, wild horses and the magic of fox hunts, which [...]
 
Book: Wooly Meets The Chickens - A Huckleberry Farm Book by Susanne Blumer
Can a dog and a chicken become best friends? It's Wooly's first day at Huckleberry Farm, and he can't wait to make some friends. When he hears the rooster crowing, he knows the chickens are the perfect animals for the job. Butterscotch, the leader of the chicken coop, isn't so sure. After all, who ever heard of a big dog becoming friends with an entire flock of chickens? He just won't stand for [...]
 
Book: Tizzie by p.d.r. lindsay
There's no slavery in the Yorkshire Dales, not in 1887, not ever. But loving families use artful schemes to enslave the innocent. Twenty nine year-old Tizzie is such an innocent. She has worked herself down to skin and bones as a dairymaid on the farm of her dear brother, Jack, his gracious wife, Maggie, their three boys and one girl, Agnes. Expert at many things, though not in spotting conniving [...]
 
Book: The Foster Factory by David Learmont
The Foster Factory deals with the experiences of David Learmont and his wife Marsha once they retired and started working again as Foster Carers. David claims that if he had written this book as a novel, the characters in it would have been considered 'too outlandish to be credible.' How the elderly couple dealt with egomaniacs, kleptomaniacs, tractor-maniacs, and children who stabbed him and [...]
 
Book: Children of the Mechanism by Jeffrey Aaron Miller
Young slaves work in the bowels of a massive, mysterious factory, watched over by cruel robots. They live and die without ever seeing the world outside of their own working rooms, never understanding the nature of the factory or the purpose of their suffering. The work is endless drudgery, and life for the slaves is short and cruel and meaningless. But one day a door opens where no door should [...]
 
Book: Alicia and the Light Bulb People in Star Factory 13 by Barbara Roman
Where do light bulbs go when they burn out? Do they stay dead forever, or can they be regenerated to live a brand new life with a brand new purpose? If they're lucky, they go to Star Factory 13 to become glorious stars in the sky... after they pass a rigorous personality test given by Carelia the Light Goddess, that is. But how in the world did 10-year-old Alicia end up in Star Factory 13? All [...]
 
Book: Unexpected Gifts by S. R. Mallery
Winner of the Reader's Favorite Gold Medal! A True American Family Saga Can we learn from our ancestors? Do our relatives' behaviors help shape our own? In "Unexpected Gifts" that is precisely what happens to Sonia, a confused college student, heading for addictions and forever choosing the wrong man. Searching for answers, she begins to read her family's diaries and journals from America's past: [...]
 
Book: The Original Pink Collar Workers by Lady Jane Davis
What is it like for a woman to do a man's work, and do it better? Then have to work with him day in and day out. Or to have to go home to a husband who asks how her day went. Does she mention anything about the supervisor who patted her rear end or the inspector who wants to inspect more than her work? Moreover, she works in a factory so immense that she's never met everyone. But she knows [...]
 
Book: Tangled Web by Julie Eberhart Painter
Wilkes-Barre's cohesive Welsh community is a haven of Protestant values and mutual support. It is also a hornet's nest of gossip. Neither a canary's death nor a girl's fall from grace escapes the locals' chatter so when unwed Catherine Jones becomes pregnant, she is quietly sent to a shelter for unwed mothers and her baby put up for adoption. Years later, she and her sister start their lives [...]
 
Book: The Orphan Factory (The Orphan Trilogy Book 2) by James & Lance Morcan
An epic, atmospheric story that begins with twenty three genetically superior orphans being groomed to become elite spies in Chicago's Pedemont Orphanage and concludes with a political assassination deep in the Amazon jungle. The Orphan Factory, a coming-of-age spy thriller novel, is book two in The Orphan Trilogy and a prequel to The Ninth Orphan. Go on another frenetic journey with the [...]
 
Book: The Orphan Trilogy (The Ninth Orphan / The Orphan Factory / The Orphan Uprising) by James & Lance Morcan
Twenty-three orphans with numbers for names from 1 to 23. Number Nine wants to escape from 'the orphanage'. Read the highly-rated international conspiracy thriller series in full and at a discounted price. Three novels spanning over 1,000 explosive pages... Book One: THE NINTH ORPHAN - Book Two: THE ORPHAN FACTORY - Book Three: THE ORPHAN UPRISING - Meet Number Nine - an orphan, a spy, a [...]
 
Book: Mailbox Kitten by Mammy Oaklee
A small boy named Bubba unexpectedly finds his first love. He learns what it is to truly love, care for and tend to another. He does so happily, and with his whole heart. Sadly, just as unexpectedly his loved one dies through no fault of his own. Mammy and Pappy (his parents) console Bubba as much as they can. Until, one day Pappy discovers something that, if all goes right, will fill Bubba's [...]
 
Book: The Only Best Place (Holmes Crossing) by Carolyne Aarsen
Forced to move back to her husband's country hometown, she'll need family, forgiveness, and faith to save their marriage. As a loving mother and wife, Leslie VandeKeere has overcome most of her own troubled childhood. But when her husband Dan loses his business and starts receiving flirtatious texts from a co-worker, their dream home fund and their marriage fall on hard times. To keep the family [...]
 
Book: Sand, Sea and Meadow Muffins by Miriam Davison
Sarah Phillips Is bored plain and simple, bored of her married boyfriend's promises and bored of her temp job. she needs to get away, deciding on a road trip. with nothing to lose Sarah closes her eyes and waves her finger over the map of Britain. South Wales is the fickle finger of fates choice but getting there turns out to be the real adventure with more laughs mishaps and mystery than Sarah [...]
 
Book: The Farm Fires (Firehouse Family) by Laurie Loveman
As a result of having never known his parents, Freddy Pratter never allows anyone to know his true feelings. When newly-divorced Glynis Hampton moves back to a village near Woodhill, a chance meeting and a shared love of photography bring Freddy and Glynis together. With the complications of an old high school sweetheart, a fire, a murder, and personal secrets, it seems unlikely that Freddy and [...]
 
Book: The Seed farm by Ruby Lord
This is a revised edition re-edited 14/10/2014 - "The storyline really draws you in and it is one of those books you think about when you're not reading it. I love the idea of a fertility farm, it is so far out there and un-thought of that it is like nothing I've read before." "Empathy for the characters builds steadily throughout.The unforgiving examination of the subject matter is apposite for [...]
 
Book: A Heartland Horror Story by Edward M. Clark
Join the Core family as they start a new life in the country side. Experience what at first seemed to be a peaceful new beginning turned quickly into a nightmare. Follow the kids along a horrific adventure of haunting and spiritual possessions in this spine tingling book of surprises and unforeseen twist.
 
Book: You're Funny! You Should Be A Comedian! - The Stand Up Comedy Survival Guide (Professional Stand Up Comedy) (Volume 1) by Jerry Mabbott
If you've heard, "You're Funny! You Should Be A Comedian", your entire life, this book is for you! Jerry Mabbott, a 25 year comedy veteran teaches you everything you need to know to have success in stand-up comedy. In this book, you'll learn how to write unique material that will make strangers laugh, how to handle hecklers, how to get stage time, how to hone your skills, even how to handle stage [...]
 
Book: Ndlovu - The White Elephant by Peter Good
Ndlovu - The White Elephant is a pacy story set in Zimbabwe during the turbulent years that followed Rhodesia's Unilateral Declaration of Independence. The story highlights the dangers of police work in the explosive climate of a troubled country during years of the terror war and is woven around human suffering, painful endurance, and horrors that confronted the peoples both black and white. The [...]
 
Book: The Adventures Of Stupid The Cat by Brenda Borders and Bruce A. Borders
All cats can be a little strange! Some might even be crazy! But it takes a smart cat to pull off some of the things this lovable cat named Stupid does! Follow his adventures, told in his own words. (Based on the life of a real cat, who thanks to his head-shaking behavior, earned the nickname of Stupid).
 
Book: Melting Ice (Roundwell Farm Trilogy) by Rosalie Ash
'Men with those half-hooded eyes always look as if they're inviting you to bed with them,' Jessica gave an enjoyably exaggerated shiver, 'But Matt is so deliciously detached. All steely reserve and suppressed passion. I think he's gorgeous!' Victoria hunched her shoulders in a casual shrug. 'I'd hardly describe him as gorgeous.' 'Decided that while you were gazing at him longingly on the terrace, [...]
 
Book: A Rat and a Ransom by Y I Lee
Tom ran as fast as he could along the forest path, his leaden legs refusing to go any faster. He was sure the kidnappers were after him, but he dare not stop and look back. Frantic with worry he put his hand inside his jacket pocket and felt for her, but the pocket was empty. In despair he shouted her name. It was always the same dream and each time he awoke at the same point, gasping for breath [...]
 
Book: Why Me? by Darren Cox
One day there was a cow named Joe. Joe lived on a farm that had everything nice barns to sleep in and all the hay him and his friends can eat also Joe had a small pasture to himself were he had nice green grass and also a creek full of clean water ran down the middle of the pasture Joe was the luckiest cow on the farm Live near by the farm was a green snake name Sam. Sam saw how Joe life is so [...]
 
Book: Fern Valley by Aileen Stewart
Follow the adventures of delightful young farm animals who are just like you. Fern Valley is home to a group of wonderful animals who have fun and face some of the same problems children everywhere do. Roberta and Mildred Cornstalk are creative chickens dealing with the loss of their beloved granny, and they're looking for something to do to cheer them up. Want to know what adventures they find? [...]
 
Book: The Corpses of Old Farm Hill Road - The Arrogant Man by Tabitha Short
He wakes up every morning knowing the world owes him something. Every woman was created for his demand, except for Vanessa Roundtree and her mother. Once lured onto their farm in the middle of nowhere he becomes their prey. As they torment his body, they break down his arrogance. Will he be able to escape? Or will he become just another of the corpses of Old Farm Hill Road?
 
Book: Old McLarsen Had Some Farms - Book One - Brave Beginnings by Christine Larsen
"STOP! STOP... IN GOD'S NAME! YOU'RE KILLING HER!" the stranger shouted as he pushed his way through the crowd of shrieking children. They were jumping up and down in seeming panic and helplessness, almost hiding the gory scene. All he and his mate had been able to glimpse as they burst through the gate into the front yard, was a woman covered in blood. A man had her pinned to the ground and much [...]
 
Book: The Adventures of Jumberhoo (Sssooo Sunny & Monster in The Garden) by Penny Coutlee
The Adventures of Jumberhoo is about a bumblewasp who is taken from the big city and is brought to a country farm. There he meets lots of critters and his adventures begin. My father inspired me to write these books. One of his childhood memories was a tale that was told by his great aunt of "Jumberhoo". That is where I got the main character for my book. The primary readers are children ages 2 [...]
 
Book: Growing Up Country - Memories of an Iowa Farm Girl by Carol Bodensteiner
A treat as delicious as oatmeal cookies hot out of the oven - a memoir of a happy childhood. In charming and memorable vignettes, Carol Bodensteiner captures rural life on a family-owned dairy farm in the middle of America, in the middle of the 20th Century. In the 1950s, a family could make a good living on 180 acres. It was hard work, but everyone pitched in. Step back and relish a time simple [...]
 


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