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Abigail Adams Teacher Guide (Scratch & Dent)
Our Price: $9.00

This teacher guide introduces the Christian literature of the American Republic, discussing how Christianity liberates women and teaching the character qualities of American Christian womanhood.
American Dictionary of the English Language, Noah Webster 1828 (CD)
Our Price: $29.95
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The Dictionary defines words according to their meaning during the founding generation from a Biblical context.
Columbus (d'Aulaire) Scrach & Dent
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Columbus and his team of sailors discover many islands, people, and treasure, and open up a strange new world.  ** Corner slightly bent **
Heidi (Scratch & Dent)
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Character is the key to this classic.
Little House in the Big Woods Teacher Guide (Scratch & Dent)
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Teacher Preparation for Little House in the Big Woods
Little Women Teacher Guide (Scratch & Dent)
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Like new condition - corner slightly bent
Louisa May Alcott-An Annotated, Selected Bibliography
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A collectible bibliography of Louisa May Alcott
Men of Iron (Scratch & Dent)
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The included Illustrations are also by Howard Pyle (Father of American Illustration.)
Men of Iron Teacher Guide (Scratch & Dent)
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Teacher Guide for Men of Iron
Moby Dick
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As the novel opens, the narrator, a young man called Ishmael, expresses a yearning to lift his spirits with a sea voyage. Carrying only a change or two of clothing, he leaves his home in Manhattan and arrives in New Bedford, Massachusetts, on a cold Saturday night in December. From there, he hopes to catch a small boat to the historical port of Nantucket in order to sign on with a whaling ship. Unfortunately, there is no passage to Nantucket until Monday so he must find lodging that he can afford. He finally settles on the Spouter-Inn, Peter Coffin proprietor.
   
 

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