Say goodnight to all the animals on Merriweather Farm with Johnny Tractor and Allie Gator as the two friends get ready for bed. They bid goodnight to the birds in the trees, the dog on the porch, and the horses in the barn, but who is still awake? This special glow-in-the-dark board book is sure to become a bedtime favorite!
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Roy Judson Snell was a prolific writer for the young adult market, penning more than 75 adventure and mystery stories aimed at boys and girls. He also wrote under the names of David O'Hara, James Craig, and one book under Joseph Marino. While most of his works have entered the public domain, a handful (such as "The Hidden Trail" in this volume) remain in copyright. Wildside Press tracked down his family and arranged to bring all of his works back into print in definitive editions, both in paperback and ebook formats. This volume collects 20 of Roy J. Snell's "Mystery Stories for Boys" series. Enjoy! Included are: TRIPLE SPIES LOST IN THE AIR PANTHER EYE THE CRIMSON FLASH WHITE FIRE THE BLACK SCHOONER THE HIDDEN TRAIL THE FIREBUG RED LURE FORBIDDEN CARGOES JOHNNY LONGBOW THE ROPE OF GOLD THE ARROW OF FIRE RIDDLE OF THE STORM THE GALLOPING GHOST WHISPERS AT DAWN MYSTERY WINGS RED DYNAMITE THE SHADOW PASSES SIGN OF THE GREEN ARROW If you enjoy this book, search your favorite ebook store for "Wildside Press Megapack" to see the more 190+ other entries in the series, covering science fiction, modern authors, mysteries, westerns, classics, adventure stories, and much, much more!
This is a book that starts in the back room of a Vegas casino; a few guys were bored so they wanted to bet on a game. This book goes through a few contestants, the game is not really fixed but the clues are placed in interesting places. I took a bunch of dirty jokes, and woven them into the story. I had to bring a young boy into it for the little Johnny jokes, a blonde for the blonde jokes, a priest, I add and subtract contestants, to bring in different jokes so some get hurt and can’t play, like getting mauled by a tiger, breaking legs, things like that, but keep main players, some jokes can get pretty blue, and some are downright nasty, that is why this is a ADULT book. The rules of the game are simple, you need five people to get a clue, and the clues lead to monuments for a payout. It takes five keys to be turned at once, the teams can’t work together, and gamblers cannot contact the teams in any way or forfeit their million dollar buy in. That is it, so cheating is allowed. The contest takes place within 200 miles of a small town of Wausau, it goes into the upper Michigan, Illinois, and Minnesota, and it takes you on a journey, checking out some weird and beautiful places. Enjoy.
The unthinkable has happened. An environmental organization warned the world against it. Still, nobody believed that it would turn out like this. But Donald Morse proves everyone wrong. Defying all security measures, he manages to steal a shipment of nuclear material from a cargo ship destined for Japan's nuclear power reactors. Could anything be worse than this scenario? Perhaps the fact that Donald Morse knows that South African scientists developed extremely dangerous nuclear weapons during the apartheid years, weapons that the world thought were not possible to construct. Donald has information where these deadly weapons are hidden - and he has plans to get them out. Ken Palmer is sent by the FBI to find Donald Morse and to arrest him. But Ken has to deal with traitors from within as well as onslaughts on his life. However, he discovers the real spine-chilling reason for Donald's need for the nuclear weapons and he realizes that Donald has to be stopped in any way possible.
Includes various special sections or issues annually: 1968- Harvesting issue (usually no. 7 or 8); 1968- Crop planning issue (usually no. 12; title varies slightly); Machinery management issue (usually no. 2); 1970- Crop planting issue (usually no. 4; title varies slightly).
- Author : Anonim
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 1955
- Genre : Industries
- Pages : 231
- ISBN : UCAL:B3280167
A monthly magazine written, edited and printed by inmates of the Wisconsin State Prison, under the supervision of the prison school--a cooperative enterprise by the Wisconsin State Prison and the University of Wisconsin Extension Division.
While on a fossil-finding field trip, Billy Keen and his friend Karen Sanders discover something shocking and threatening to their lives, and their only hope is a young cryptozoologist.