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They Loved to Laugh
Tears and laughter alternate in this novel of a young girl's growth to womanhood in the 1830's. 16-year-old orphan Martitia Howland has been transplanted into a Quaker farm family of five intimidating sons and one disapproving daughter. As Martitia runs their gauntlet, she begins to bloom...Read more
Red-Dog Center
After years of continued mediocrity, Van Buren College, never known for its prowess on the football field, has finally reached a tipping point. In a time when Nuclear Disarmament and World Peace are the watchwords, Mr. Farnsworth, chancellor of the small Missouri school, believes that the human...Read more
The Story of Grettir the Strong
“Grettir the Strong, Grettir the Outlaw, one of the heroes of his race, was born, men say, in the year 997, at Biarg in Iceland. A man of great heart and high spirit was he, yet unlucky, doomed to a sad end. His foes were many and his misfortunes great, but he lived like a man, and like a man he...Read more