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O'Reilly book maker - Create a funny book cover | Make:
This is funny, someone made an O'Reilly book generator with the familiar animals from the books series (O'Reilly is the publisher of MAKE)
30 Reasons Being A Woman Is Awesome
Women live longer, get to wear more sequins, and are better communicators and leaders. In case you needed more reasons being a chick is great, here they are.
Nancy Drew 25: The Ghost of Blackwood Hall
About Nancy Drew 25: the Ghost of Blackwood Hall When Mrs. Putney seeks Nancy Drew’s help in recovering her stolen jewelry, the search for the thieves takes the teen-age detective and her friends Bess and George to the colorful French Quarter of New Orleans. But the quest is hampered by the strange behavior of Mrs. Putney, and two young women who are being victimized by so-called spirits. How can Nancy fight these unseen perpetrators of a cruel hoax? And how can she help the gullible victims…
Vintage children's book Lassie and the Cub Scout, 1966: 235: Removed
Vintage children's book Lassie and the Cub Scout, 1966. Boy would my hubby like this for his collection. hmmmmmmm...Christmas is just around the corner.
The Clue in the Diary (Nancy Drew Mystery Stories, #7)
The Clue in the Diary book. Read 418 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Nancy, Bess and George, returning from a country carnival, w...
The Clue of the Velvet Mask (Nancy Drew Mystery Stories, #30)
The Clue of the Velvet Mask book. Read 121 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A masquerade party quickly turns into a mystery when N...
Nancy Drew The Clue of the Dancing Puppet Carolyn Keene | Etsy
Nancy Drew is a fictional character in a mystery fiction series. She was created by Edward Stratemeyer, founder of the Stratemeyer Syndicate book packaging firm. The character first appeared in 1930. The books have been ghostwritten by a number of authors and are published under the collective pseudonym Carolyn Keene. Nancy Drew - The Clue of the Dancing Puppet - Carolyn Keene - 1962 printing