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The Significance Delusion: Unlocking our thinking for our children's future

How to Look Young With Minimum Effort

by Yulia Kenneally

Discover Three Sets of Ancient Life Changing Exercises for Youth and Longevity: Tibetan Hormonal Exercises, Six Golden Rules of Health and Himalayan Secrets of the Fountain of Youth. These simple yet powerful...

The Dreadnought Boys on Aero Service

by John Henry Goldfrap

Something New in Naval Life "If He's a Man, He'll Stand Up" For the Trophy of the Fleet The Aero Squad Uncle Sam's Men-birds Ned Invents Something A Rescue by Aeroplane Herc Gets a "Talking To" A Conspiracy...

Scouting for Girls

by Baron Robert Stephenson Smyth Baden-Powell

Girl Scouting has a double meaning. To some it means the fun of playing the games of the Girl Scouts; to others, the fun of "playing the game” in Scouting Girls. Our desire in producing this Scout scheme is...

Rex Kingdon on Storm Island

by Gordon Braddock

How would you like to spend a summer vacation on an uninhabited island off the Maine coast,—not alone, of course, but in company with a few chosen chums, all good fellows in their way and all of them ready...

What Every Girl Should Know

by Margaret H. Sanger

GIRLHOOD. Physical Growth. Mental Development. PUBERTY. General Organs, Uterus, Ovaries, Etc. Menstruation and Its Disorders. SEXUAL IMPULSE. Masturbation Sexual Impulse in Animals—In Men. Its Significance...

Venna Hastings

by Julia Farr

First in my thought as I wrote this little book were the young people in the West, who enjoy the blessings of their religion, without realization of the persecution of their missionaries on the fighting line....

The Third Officer

by Percy F. Westerman

The S.S. "Donibristle" Hilda Vivian "Heave-to or I'll sink You" Under Fire Captured Under Hatches Ramon Porfirio The Compound The First Day on the Island Investigations A Fight to a Finish Plans "Getting on...

The Story of a Loaf of Bread

by Thomas Barlow Wood

I have ventured to write this little book with some diffidence, for it deals with farming, milling and baking, subjects on which everyone has his own opinion. In the earlier chapters I have tried to give a brief...

The Scourge of God

by John Bloundelle-burton

I. Awaiting the traveller. II. The traveller from England. III. A parting soul. IV. Les attroupés. V. 'Twixt then and now. VI. "La femme, malheureusement si fameuse, funeste et terrible."--St. Simon. VII. The...

The open Sea

by Edgar Lee Masters

Brutus Brutus and Antony At the Mermaid Tavern Charlotte Corday A Man Child is Born Richard Booth to His Son, Junius Booth A Man Child is Born Squire Bowling Green Lincoln Speaking in Congress John Wilkes Booth...

The Gases of the Atmosphere

by William Ramsay

The discovery of new elementary gas in the atmosphere in 1894 aroused much interest, and public attention has again been directed to the air, which was, for many centuries, a fruitful field for speculation and...

A Treatise of Cleanness in Meats and Drinks,  Airs, and the Benefits of Clean

by Thomas Tryon

Thomas Tryon, 1634 – 1703, was an English merchant, author of popular self-help books, and early advocate of vegetarianism.

A Lear of the Steppes

by Ivan Sergeevich Turgenev

An examination of A Lear of the Steppes is of especial interest to authors, as the story is so exquisite in its structure, so overwhelming in its effects, that it exposes the artificiality of the great majority...

A History of the United States

by Charles Kendall Adams

The lamented death of President Adams entails on me the duty of writing the preface to our joint work,—a duty which, had he lived, would naturally have fallen to him, since to his initiative and energy the...

Life and Travel in India

by Anna Harriette Leonowens

In the following pages, gathered from voluminous notes of early travel, I have tried to give a faithful account of life in India, as well as of the sights and scenes visited by me, with my husband, before the...

Clash of Arms

by John Bloundelle- Burton

John Edward Bloundelle-Burton was an English novelist. Having worked as a journalist for The London Standard, he began writing novels in 1885, publishing 60 works in total.

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