Digital Age Publishing
Happy Jack FederAnna Fields
"Shoot, Minnie, Shoot!" The Story of the1904 Fort Shaw Indian Girls, Basketball'sFirst World Champions
In 1903, among the three hundred Indian children living at aboarding school in a remote valley in Montana were a handfulof teenage girls. They quickly learned to play basketball andresoundingly crushed all opponents, including men’s andwomen’s university teams. In less than one year after...
David NevinGeoffrey Howard
The war of 1812 would either make America a global powersweeping all the way to the Pacific or break it into smallpieces bound to mighty England. It was a second revolution ofsorts to prove to t...
George OrwellSimon Prebble
1984: New Classic Edition
Orwell depicts a gray, totalitarian world in which privacy doesnot exist, news is manufactured according to the authorities'will, and those with unorthodox ideas are brainwashed or putto death. Orwell's 1949 nightmare vision of the world we werebecoming is still the great modern classic of...
John Aubrey AndersonLillian Thayer
Abiding Darkness: Book One of The Blackor White Chronicles
It is 1945 in Mississippi’s cotton country, and Missy Parker isseven years old, strong-willed, and very precocious. When ademon targets Missy and creates havoc throughout her familyand community, an enthralling struggle between good and evilemerges, in this, the first book in The Black or...
Robert CortGrover Gardner
Author Robert Cort, the producer of fifty-two films that havegrossed more than $2 billion at the box office, has written anovel that is not only a page-turning family drama but also aninside account of Hollywood and how movies are reallymade.
Lee ThompsonJohanna Ward
The time is the mid-1880s when much of Florida is a virtualwilderness. Addie ekes out a living from her canteen at theconvergence of two primitive railroads. When Addie meetsBurke, the owner-ope...
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