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Muppet Treasure Island (Little Golden Book)
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Muppet Treasure Island (Little Golden Book)

By Tom Brannon Ellen Weiss

Little Golden Book, gold edge trim, 1995. No personalization, cover shows light wear. Inside very nice with beautiful illustrations. Based on the Movie Treasure Island. A Muppet Press / Golden Book

$4.00

Kida and the Crystal (Step into Reading)
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Kida and the Crystal (Step into Reading)

By RH Disney; Kathryn Cristaldi Mckeon

A Step Into Reading , Level 3 Book. recommended for grades 2 and 3. Will ship worldwide, cost based on location

$4.00

Star paws / What\'s wrong with the most famous dog on television?
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Star paws / What's wrong with the most famous dog on television?

By Jenny Dale

Star Paws (Puppy Patrol 5) by Jenny Dale, 1997 Scholastic Books.Scholastic Books, 1997, Book No. RL4 008-011. Like New Paperback, 107 pages. Puppy Patrol Book 5. Whats wrong with the most famous dog on TV.

$2.25

A Caress of Twilight (Meredith Gentry, Book 2)
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A Caress of Twilight (Meredith Gentry, Book 2)

By Laurell K. Hamilton

Like New Paperback Book Two of the Meredith "Merry" Gentry Series. A Caress of Twilight begins a few months after the events of A Kiss of Shadows. It is December, and Merry and the Sidhe warriors she has chosen as her lovers have returned to Los Angeles, California. Merry has resumed working for the Grey Detective Agency and several of the Sidhe have also joined the payroll. Merry is approached by Maeve Reed, previously known as Conchenn before her exile from the Seelie Court and now a famous Hollywood actress. Maeve asks Merry to perform a fertility rite that will permit her to have a child by her dying human husband. In return, she tells the princess that the reason for her exile was that she had refused to become the wife of Taranis, King of Light and Illusion, because she believed he was sterile. Galen, badly injured by the demi-fey during A Kiss of Shadows, has yet to heal, despite the usually phenomenal healing abilities of a sidhe warrior. Merry approaches the Queen of the Demi-Fey, Niceven, regarding a cure. The price of the cure and an alliance is a weekly drink of Merry's blood by a surrogate to be chosen by Niceven. During Merry's first night in bed with Doyle, they are interrupted by Andais who reveals that the Nameless has been freed. The worst of both courts, the Nameless was the last great spell that Seelie and Unseelie had cooperated upon. They had stripped themselves of everything too awful for them to be permitted to stay in the United States, and from it had been formed the Nameless. A strange murder brings members of the Grey Agency, including Merry, to the scene. However, their presence is challenged by others of the police force and they are thrown off site. However, this is not before they have a chance to suspect that supernatural forces are at work. It is suspected that the lives had been sucked from the murder victims by the ghosts of dead gods. Nothing is said to the police, however, as the only known person to work such a spell was a sidhe and, if it were discovered, that fact could result in all sidhe being banished from the country. Healed from his injuries by Niceven's representative, Sage, Galen acts the part of the Green Man in the fertility ritual with Merry which results in Maeve Reed becoming pregnant. It begins to become clear that Taranis is also planning something as various social secretaries insist upon Merry attending first the Yule Ball and then a feast in her honour. This culminates in a conversation between Merry and Taranis himself. Finally, the Nameless attacks Maeve Reed's home. It is finally defeated by Merry and her companions, Merry herself showing for the first time her second Hand of Power - the Hand of Blood. The result of the destruction of the Nameless is the release of the magics which formed it; these magics transfer themselves to the victors, who begin to exhibit unforeseen side effects.

$4.00

Freaky Friday

By Rodgers, Mary

New York, N. Y., U. S. A.: Scholastic Book Service, 1972. Paperback. Good. Freaky Friday, inspired Disney Movie. Book in good condition, not perfect. small crease upper front cover. 154 pages

$3.20

Spiderman 2: Doc Around the Clock
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Spiderman 2: Doc Around the Clock

By Lee, Stan & Steve Ditko adapted by Jacob Ben Gunter

New York: Harper Collins, 2004. Paperback. Very Good. Graphic Novel based on the Spiderman 2 Movie. Lots of color pictures from the movie. Recommended for childern Ages 7 -10..

$5.00

On the Run
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On the Run

By Kate Williams, Francine Pascal

Bantam Book, 1988. Mass-market paperback. Fine. Fine. No DJ Issued Fine. No dust jacket as issued. Mass market (rack) paperback. Glued binding. Sweet Valley High Super Thriller (Paperback), 2. Audience: Children/juvenile; Young adult.

$3.00

Men in Black
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Men in Black

By Gardner, J. J

New York, N. Y., U. S. A.: Scholastic, 1997. 1st ed.. Mass Market Paperback. Fine. Fine in Not Issued jacket Based on the screenplay by Ed Solomon, includes 8 pages of pictures from the Movie. 119 paged, former owners name inside in pencil.

$3.50

The Big Lead Pile: Clifford the Big Red Dog
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The Big Lead Pile: Clifford the Big Red Dog

By Bridwell, Norman

New York, N. Y., U. S. A.: Scholastic, 2000. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good +. Jim Durk. Very Good. No DJ Issued Basedd on the popular PBS series.

$1.50

Lassie Come Home

By Knight, Eric

Tempo Books,, 1971. Paperback. Very Good. Very Good. No DJ Issued Everyones favorite dog hero. The books that span a generation of tv shows. Listed as 6th printing. Like New.

$6.30

Goldy : The Last of the Golden Bears (VHS MOVIE)

By Quinn, John, Trevor Black

Van Nuys, CA: Family Home Entertainment Theater, 1984. VHS Movie. Very Good. Ned Rivers loses his ranch to the railroad and returns to prospecting. In the wild he meets and befriends Jessie who has been wandering in the mountains since her father died. They take care of an orphaned grizzly cub, Goldy, a "Golden Bear," whose mother has been killed by a circus owner looking for a new circus attraction. When the circus owner, Boss Cooperman, arrives Ned and Jessie try to save her with the help of new friends. full color, USA Only. 91 Minuites, starring Jeff Richards, Bob ozman, George Pauklsen, and Wild Bill Horst

$9.00

The Clues in the Embers
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The Clues in the Embers

By Dixon, Franklin W.

Hardy Boys, Dixon, Nancy Drew, Mystery: Grosset & Dunlap, 1972. Hard Cover. Very Good. Fine. No DJ Issued Fine. No dust jacket as issued. cover has a dent in bottom corner. 177p.; 0.70" x 7.70" x 4.94". Hardy Boys (Hardcover), This is Mystery no 35 in the series.

$6.25

Steven Spielberg Presents an American Tail. Fievel Goes West. Fievel to the Rescue
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Steven Spielberg Presents an American Tail. Fievel Goes West. Fievel to the Rescue

By Swenson, Charles, And Spielberg, Steven, And Dille, Flint, And Kirschner, David

New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1991. Paperback. Very Good. Very Good. No Jacket Very Good. No dust jacket. Cover has some fade marks and wrinkles. Unknown printing. 1 v. (unpaged): col. ill.; 21 cm.

$2.55

Hannah Montana Pop Star Passbook

By Stewart, Miley, Hannah Montana, Jo Hurley

New York, N. Y., U. S. A.: Scholastic Book Service, 2007. Hard Cover. Near Fine. Disney Channels best loved girl show. hannah Montanas super star passbook, features interesting facts and activities for the fans. Charm necklacce that comes with this book is not present. spiral bound book only

$3.00

Gifts
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Gifts

By Ursula K LeGuin

New York: Harcourt Brace, 2006. Paperback. Good. Like New, by author of Earth Sea Books. Gifts (2004) is a young adult fantasy novel by Ursula K. Le Guin. It is the first book in the Annals of the Western Shoretrilogy, and is followed in the series by Voices. The story is set in a fictional world, in a barren and poverty-stricken region called the Uplands, some of whose inhabitants have hereditary magical gifts. The story follows the narrator Orrec, son of the leader of the domain of Caspromant, whose hereditary gift is the ability to "unmake", and Gry, the daughter of a neighboring domain, who can communicate with animals. Orrec's gift manifests late, and seems uncontrollable, and so he is blindfolded. Their families are caught up in the cycle of violent feuds and retribution that characterize Upland society in which the children are trying to find their place.

$6.00

The Secret Agent on Fight 101

By Dixon, Franklin W.

Hardy Boys, Dixon, Nancy Drew, Mystery: Grosset & Dunlap, 1967. Hard Cover. Fine. Fine. No DJ Issued Fine. No dust jacket as issued. cover has a dent in bottom corner. 180 p.; 0.70" x 7.70" x 4.94". Hardy Boys (Hardcover), This is Mystery no 46 in the series.

$15.90

Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom

By Martin, Les (Adapted)

New York, N. Y., U. S. A.: Random House, 1984. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good. Very Good. No DJ Issued Based on the Harrison Ford Movie. Book has over 60 color photos from the movie and a great story. 96 pgs.

$4.50

Walt Disney's Lady and the Tramp

By Strasser, Todd (Adapted From Film)

New York, N. Y., U. S. A.: Disney Press, 1994. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good +. Very Good. No DJ Issued A cassic story of love and adventure from Walt Disney from the movie by the same title.

$2.40

The Karate Kid Part II

By Hiller, B. B., And Kamen, Robert M.

Scholastic Inc 06/1986, 1986. Mass market pb. Very Good. Very Good. No Jacket Very Good. No dust jacket. Unknown printing. Has eight pages of Movie pictures. 136 pages.

$5.00

Wild, Wild West: a Junior Novelization
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Wild, Wild West: a Junior Novelization

By Anastasio, Dina

New York, N. Y., U. S. A.: Scholastic, 1999. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good. Story by Jim & John Thomas. A Novelazation of the Movie. Has 8 pages of photos from the movie. 169 page.

$4.25

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