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Christmas Stories & Entertainments – $6.99

Posted by nichetouche on December 14, 2006

This is an Unique collection of 11 Classic eBooks related to christmas Including All time favourite stories, legends, verses, hymns, entertainments and of course Santa Claus. There cannot be a better christmas gift than this eBook Set.

1) Christmas : Its Origin, Celebration & Significance :- Christmas is our most important holiday, and its literature is correspondingly rich. This book brings to children of all ages, in school and at home, the best lyrics, carols, essays, plays and stories of Christmas, its scope is yet wider. For the Introduction gives a rapid view of the holiday’s origin and development, its relation to cognate pagan festivals, the customs and symbols of its observance in different lands, and the significance and spirit of the day. This Introduction endeavors to be as suggestive as possible to parents and teachers who are personally conducted and introduced to the host of writers learned and quaint, human and pedantic, humorous and brilliant and profound, who have dealt technically with this fascinating subject.


This books is a select collection of Children’s Christmas stories. Each of the stories has already won the approval of thousands of children, and each is fraught with the true Christmas spirit. (35 Stories)

4)Christmas in Legend and Story : (40 Stories) Most of the stories and poems in this book are of the legendary type. They have been chosen from a wide variety of sources and represent the work of
many writers. There are other stories also, which, although not strictly traditional, have the same reverent spirit and illustrate traditional beliefs and customs. These have been included for their literary value and their interest for young people.

COMPILED BY PHEBE A. CURTISS : (20 Stories) Unusual care has been taken in compiling this little volume and each story has its own sweet lesson. Each one is from the pen of one who has imbibed the real spirit of Christmas. They were chosen as being particularly well adapted to use in connection with the Christmas Service “White Gifts for the King,” but they will prove attractive and helpful at any time during the year.

6)Some Short Christmas Stories by Charles Dickens 6 Stories)
A Christmas Tree
What Christmas is as we Grow Older
The Poor Relation’s Story
The Child’s Story
The Schoolboy’s Story
Nobody’s Story

by William Makepeace Thackeray : (5 Stories) Mrs. Perkins’s Ball
Our Street
Dr. Birch and his Young Friends
The Kickleburys on the Rhine
The Rose and the Ring; or, The History of Prince Giglio and Prince Bulbo

8)THE LOST WORD A Christmas Legend of Long Ago

9) The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus
by L. Frank Baum



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World’s Famous Orations – $4.99

Posted by nichetouche on December 8, 2006

The World’s Famous Orations

William Jennings Bryan, Editor-in-Chief
Francis W. Halsey, Associate Editor

As long as there are human rights to be defended; as long as there are great interests to be guarded; as long as the welfare of nations is a matter for discussion, so long will public speaking have its place.—William Jennings Bryan

Two millennia of Western Civilization come into focus through these 281 masterpieces by 213 rhetoricians. Selected under the supervision of the greatest orator of his time, these brief persuasive addresses form both a window into history’s turning points as well as a timeless collection for any reference shelf.

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The Haunters and the Haunted – $1.99

Posted by nichetouche on December 8, 2006

The Haunters and the Haunted
Ghost Stories and Tales of the Supernatural

The forms by which men and women are haunted are far more diverse and subtle than we knew. – Ernest Rhys

Ernest Rhys chose 57 ghost stories from literary works, folklore and myth to create an anthology that is both textbook of the supernatural and storybook of the middle world of ghosts.

I. Ghost Stories from Literary Sources

The Fall of the House of Usher
The Old Nurse’s Story
The Superstitious Man’s Story
A Story of Ravenna
Teig O’Kane and the Corpse
The Haunted and the Haunters: Or the House and the Brain
The Botathen Ghost
The Ghost of Lord Clarenceux
Dr Duthoit’s Vision
The Seven Lights
The Spectral Coach of Blackadon
Drake’s Drum
The Spectre Bridegroom
The Pool in the Graveyard
The Lianhan Shee
The Haunted Cove
Wandering Willie’s Tale

II. Ghost Stories from Local Records, Folk

Lore, and Legend
Glamis Castle
Powys Castle
Croglin Grange
The Ghost of Major Sydenham
The Miraculous Case of Jesch Claes
The Radiant Boy of Corby Castle
Clerk Saunders
Dorothy Durant
Pearlin Jean
The Denton Hall Ghost
The Goodwood Ghost Story
Captain Wheatcroft
The Iron Cage
The Ghost of Rosewarne
The Iron Chest of Durley
The Strange Case of M. Bezuel
The Marquis de Rambouillet
The Altheim Revenant
Sertorius and His Hind

III. Omens and Phantasms

Vision of Cromwell
Lord Strafford’s Warning
Kotter’s Red Circle
The Vision of Charles XI. of Sweden
Ben Jonson’s Prevision
Queen Ulrica and the Countess Steenbock
Denis Misanger
The Pied Piper
Jeanne D’Arc
Anne Walker
The Hand of Glory
The Bloody Footstep
The Ghostly Warriors of Worms
The Wandering Jew in England
Bendith Eu Mammau
The Red Book of Appin
The Good O’Donoghue
Sarah Polgrain
Eleanor Cobham, Duchess of Gloucester

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Complete Father Brown Collection – $4.99

Posted by nichetouche on December 5, 2006

The Complete Father Brown
by G K Chesterton

From London to Cornwall, then to Italy and France, a short, shabby priest runs to earth bandits, traitors, killers. Why is he so successful?

The reason is that after years spent in the priesthood, Father Brown knows human nature and is not afraid of its dark side. Thus he understands criminal motivation and how to deal with it.

In the genre of the finely crafted English detective story, Chesterton’s “Father Brown” stories are wholesome and stimulating detective tales surpassed by few others, Chesterton’s protagonist is a rather quiet, unassuming and modest, and makes an unlikely hero – a catholic priest.

Father Brown’s simple manner makes you quick to underestimate him, but the startling flashes of brilliance that spill from beneath his humble exterior soon make you realize that he has a firm grasp on the truth of a situation when you are as yet frustratingly distant from it. His perceptive one-liners make it evident that he has a clear insight into something that you see only as an apparently insoluble paradox.

Chesterton has been called the “prince of paradox”, and the Father Brown stories are a clear testimony of his fondness for paradox. Ultimately it is not just crimes that Brown must solve, but the paradox underlying them. In fact it is the perceptive insight of Father Brown that is needed make apparent contradictions comprehensible by his ruthless logic.

In fact, Chesterton’s conception of Father Brown is itself a paradox – both a cleric and a crime-fighter, a priest and a policeman, a representative of God’s mercy and an instrument of God’s justice, a proclaimer of forgiveness and a seeker of guilt, a listener in the confessional and a questioner in the interrogation.

How a priest could possibly play the role of a detective is explained in the first story, “The Blue Cross”. Brown apprehends the confounded criminal Flambeau and explains that his knowledge of the criminal mind is due in part to what he’s heard at the confessional booth “We can’t help being priests. People come and tell us these things.”

When Flambeau retorts “How in blazes do you know all these horrors?” Chesterton allows his humble priest to attribute his insight into human depravity to his experience as a priest: “Oh, by being a celibate simpleton, I suppose, he said. Has it never struck you that a man who does next to nothing but hear men’s real sins is not likely to be wholly unaware of human evil.”

Father Brown stories have a depth not found in Brown’s compatriot Holmes. In the course of Chesterton’s stories, we are treated to philosophical discussions such as the relationship between faith and reason. We do not merely meet an assortment of cobblers, blacksmiths, magistrates and generals, but atheists, legalists, secularists, pagans, Presbyterians, Puritans, Protestants and Catholics, all with varying and vying affections for superstition, naturalism, rationalism, scepticism, agnosticism, materialism, anarchism, nihilism, or cynicism.

Father Brown’s tongue never fails to produce profound paradoxical gems such as “The point of the pin was that it was pointless.” And: “I never should have thought he would be so illogical as to die in order to avoid death.” It is Brown’s unique perspective that allows him to see what others do not see.

With the finely crafted prose, depth of theological insight, and brilliant combination of perception and paradox, Chesterton has created in Father Brown a noble and enduring character, a worthy successor to Sherlock Holmes and in some respects his equal and superior. The Father Brown stories are unquestionably worthy of their designation as classics.

These are exemplary models of the English crime short story. This compilation contains all the stories from all five of Chesterton’s published Father Brown collections.

The Innocence of Father Brown

The Blue Cross, The Secret Garden, The Queer Feet, The Flying Stars, The Invisible Man, The Honour of Israel Gow, The Wrong Shape, The Sins of Prince Saradine, The Hammer of God, The Eye of Apollo, The Sign of the Broken Sword, The Three Tools of Death.

The Wisdom of Father Brown

The Absence of Mr Glass, The Paradise of Thieves, The Duel of Dr Hirsch, The Man in the Passage, The Mistake of the Machine, The Head of Caesar, The Purple Wig, The Perishing of the Pendragons, The God of the Gongs, The Salad of Colonel Cray, The Strange Crime of John Boulnois, The Fairy Tale of Father Brown.

The Incredulity of Father Brown

The Resurrection of Father Brown, The Arrow of Heaven, The Oracle of the Dog, The Miracle of Moon Crescent, The Curse of the Golden Cross, The Dagger with Wings, The Doom of the Darnaways, The Ghost of Gideon Wise.

The Secret of Father Brown

The Secret of Father Brown, The Mirror of the Magistrate, The Man With Two Beards, The Song of the Flying Fish, The Actor and the Alibi, The Vanishing of Vaudrey, The Worst Crime in the World, The Red Moon of Meru, The Chief Mourner of Marne, The Secret of Flambeau.

The Scandal of Father Brown

The Scandal of Father Brown, The Quick One, The Blast of the Book, The Green Man, The Pursuit of Mr Blue, The Crime of the Communist, The Point of a Pin, The Insoluble Problem, The Vampire of the Village.

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Complete Sherlock Holmes Collection- $5.99

Posted by nichetouche on December 5, 2006

Complete Sherlock Holmes
by Arthur Conan Doyle

“When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth” :Sherlock Holmes

This volume contains all 4 full-length novels and all 56 short stories featuring Sherlock Holmes. At over a thousand pages, the tome is a perfect gift for budding amateur sleuths.

As the reader wades past the tense introductions of A Study in Scarlet and moves towards such classic tales as The Hound of the Baskervilles, “The Adventure of the Speckled Band,” and “The Final Problem,” he/she is sure to draw his/her own conclusions about Holmes’s veiled past and his quirky relationship with Watson. Doyle never revealed much about Holmes’s early life, but the joy of reading the complete Holmes is assembling the trivia of each story into something like a portrait of the detective and his creator.

The complete Sherlock Holmes in their order of Publication

A Study in Scarlet,

The Sign of Four,

The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes,

A Scandal in Bohemia, The Red-headed League, A Case of Identity, The Boscombe Valley Mystery, The Five Orange Pips, The Man with the Twisted Lip, The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle, The Adventure of the Speckled Band, The Adventure of the Engineers Thumb, The Adventure of the Noble Bachelor, The Adventure of the Beryl Coronet, The Adventure of the Copper Beeches.

The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes,

Silver Blaze, The Yellow Face, The Stock Brokers Clerk, The Gloria Scott, The Musgrave Ritual, The Reigate Puzzle, The Crooked Man, The Resident Patient, The Greek Interpreter, The Naval Treaty, The Final Problem

The Hound of the Baskervilles,

The Return of Sherlock Holmes,

The Adventure of the Abbey Grange, The Adventure of Black Peter, The Adventure of Charles Augustus Milverton, The Adventure of the Dancing Men, The Adventure of the Empty House, The Adventure of the Golden Pince-Nez, The Adventure of the Missing Three-Quarter, The Adventure of the Norwood Builder, The Adventure of the Priory School, The Adventure of the Second Stain, The Adventure of the Six Napoleons, The Adventure of the Solitary Cyclist, The Adventure of the Three Students.

The Valley of Fear,

His Last Bow,

The Adventure of Wisteria Lodge, The Adventure of the Red Circle, The Adventure of the Cardboard Box, The Adventure of the Bruce-Partington Plans, The Adventure of the Dying Detective, The Disappearance of Lady Frances Carfax, The Adventure of the Devils Foot, His Last Bow.

The Case Book of Sherlock Holmes,

The Adventure of the Illustrious Client, The Adventure of the Blanched Soldier, The Adventure of the Mazarin Stone, The Adventure of the Three Gables, The Adventure of the Sussex Vampire, The Adventure of the Three Garridebs, The Problem of Thor Bridge, The Adventure of the Creeping Man, The Adventure of the Lions Mane, The Adventure of the Veiled Lodger, The Adventure of Shoscombe Old Place, The Adventure of the Retired Colourman.

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Autobiography of Andrew Carnegie Illustrated – $3.99

Posted by nichetouche on December 5, 2006

Illustrated Autobiography of Andrew Carnegie

The losses men encounter during a business life which seriously embarrass them are rarely in their own business, but in enterprises of which the investor is not the master : Andrew Carnegie

Entrepreneur and philanthropist ANDREW CARNEGIE (1835-1919) was born in Scotland and emigrated to America as a teenager. His Carnegie Steel Company launched the steel industry in Pittsburgh, and after its sale to J.P. Morgan, he devoted his life to philanthropic causes. His charitable organizations built more than 2,500 public libraries around the world, and gave away more than $350 million during his lifetime.

This extraordinary autobiography of one of the greatest American success stories is the tale of the nation’s entrepreneurial spirit itself.

Carnegie peppers the book with sage business advice invaluable to any businessman today. He emphasizes the importance of self-improvement, knowing your talents, being kind, and also the importance of public speaking. You will learn many important lessons through personal anecdotes of his life.

The man who made a fortune in steel relates, in a lively and at times even poetic voice, the story of his life, from the vital lessons he learned from his “poor but honest” family about the value of hard work and a generous, liberal philosophy and his early work in telegraph and railroad offices to his investments in oil and steel and the great pleasure he took in his philanthropic causes.

A precursor to Bill Gates and Warren Buffet he is known for having built one of the most powerful and influential corporations in United States history, and, later in his life, giving away most of his riches to fund the establishment of many libraries, schools, and universities in Scotland, America and worldwide.

This editions consists of 30 Photographs of Andrew Carnegie and the various people and places associated with his life.

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