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Do you believe in UFO? That we are not alone in the Galaxy, that with us in this world live another substances and spirits?.. Marvels are around us, we shouldn’t forget about it… These are not just words and fairy-tales, many people saw Them, news reported on strange things that can’t be explained by common laws, and they happen everywhere… we live in the world of wonders, remember about that and open your eyes…
The inhabitants of Pingaree are kidnapped by the mongrel hordes of twin island kingdoms, Prince Inga and his friend King Rinkitink proceed to the save them. One of the “Oz” books by L. F. Baum, famous American author, poet, playwright, actor, and filmmaker, tells us about the adventures of Rinkitink, Prince Inga, and Bilbil in a fantastic fairyland. The plot is tight and exciting, the dangers and charm come side by side, making an unforgettable reading for the young audience.
Neil Munro (1863-1930), who wrote as Hugh Foulis and Mr. Incognito was a journalist and author. He worked as a journalist on various Scottish newspapers. He became known for his Highland historical novels, especially John Splendid: The Tale of a Poor Gentleman and the Little Wars of Lorn (1898) and Doom Castle (1900) but achieved lasting fame for his humourous stories written under the pen name of Hugh Foulis. Amongst his other works are The Lost Pibroch and Other Sheiling Stories (1896), Gilian the Dreamer: His Fancy, His Love and Adventure (1899), The Shoes of Fortune (1901), Erchie: My Droll Friend (1904) and The Daft Days (1907). --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
The jewel city: its planning and achievement; its architecture, sculpture, symbolism, and music; its gardens, palaces, and exhibits
Plates printed on both sides At head of title: Panama-Pacific international exposition "Much of Mr. Macomber's text was written originally for the San Francisco chronicle."--Introd Bibliography: p. 200
- Genre: General
Series note also at head of title "Supposed date of ms., about 1440." "The most primitive morality play we possess." A.W. Pollard in The Macro plays, 1904 (Early Eng. text soc. Extra ser. xci) p. xxiii
"About one-third of the matter here presented has been published in America in another version, and the chapters on animal and plant-lore were originally contributed to the Palestine exploration fund quarterly statement."--p. xviii Introduction.--Concerning the creation and divers saints and miracles.--Containing legends and anecdotes possibly founded on fact.--Stories and anecdotes illustrating social ideas, superstitions, etc