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The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

by F. Scott Fitzgerald

Complete waste of my time.

Reviewed on 2010.04.09

The Young Engineers in Mexico

by H. Irving Hancock

This book (and the others in the series) are like a middle-class Hardy Boys. These people have to actually work for a living. Seriously, I think these would be a great alternative for boys in that 10-12 yrs. old age range. They have great values. We really enjoyed them - (found them thrown away) glad to see them uploaded for reading. Thanks!

Reviewed on 2009.08.17

The Young Engineers in Nevada

by H. Irving Hancock

agree with Harry T; these are books with good moral values of boys and young men who actually work but also know how to play - good alternative to Hardy Boys, in my opinion. Thanks for putting them out there!

Reviewed on 2009.08.17

Tempest and Sunshine

by Mary J. Holmes

I just read this book and think it was a great story. I loved it and think that it was a great story. I'm trying to read more books by this lady. she took me to all my hights I got mad, then I got sad, then I was shocked, then I was happy, and then It had me guessing about what has happen to everyone Thanks for the thrill and the adventure.

Reviewed on 2006.10.11

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When Chris Seabranch is not on a treasure hunt, fleeing from aliens or conjuring up interesting scientific articles as a Danish science journalist, he likes to write fantasy books. Butterfly Islands is a great example of his storytelling skills, and was conceived during a 175 kilometer walk around Mount Blanc in France. As our Author of The Day, Seabranch chats about female pirates, 15 year olds and butterflies.
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