More Time To Pass

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Please find a cozy space and come along to spend some time reading
'More Time to Pass'. The reader will meet new characters, and will greet returning characters from 'Passing the Time'. Wallace and Leslie Harding are brought to life, with grandson Blake in 'Walk Towards the Music', as their grandson marries in Paris.

The Bronfel family reunites to send off mother Maggie in 'That Past Story', in the tales of early 1900's Texas. "The Attic is ...

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Overview

Please find a cozy space and come along to spend some time reading
'More Time to Pass'. The reader will meet new characters, and will greet returning characters from 'Passing the Time'. Wallace and Leslie Harding are brought to life, with grandson Blake in 'Walk Towards the Music', as their grandson marries in Paris.

The Bronfel family reunites to send off mother Maggie in 'That Past Story', in the tales of early 1900's Texas. "The Attic is Not all Clutter' finds adventure in a Galveston beach house, where ancient Indian relics just might be located to cause some haunts.

'The Granny in the Sweater', will introduce you to Terese O'Donnell, a granny that just cannot resist wearing her sweaters over the years. Backyard Blue Jay Birdy returns to encounter neighboring fur pests neighbors, and for Birdella to get her wishful Santorini trip.

Soldier Boy Brothers tells the story of two brothers during the Korean 'police action'. Chance Meeting, will introduce you to two high school kids who are able to get a school assignment completed on time from local residents who reminiscence , in time for the school sock hop.

'More Time to Pass' will introduce you to Colton, teen secret agent on an adventure to find his parents in various overseas cities using clues hidden on bricks. The Boy on the Frankenstein Board will introduce you to a young teen that discovers he has cancer, but eventually realizes that the disease might give him courage and strength in areas he never realized.

Meet Muffin and Midnight, two kittens, a turtle named Crokey, and play the 'Birdy the Birdy Game'. Please find a cozy spot, put down the television or game remote controls, and read 'More Time to Pass".

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781456738204
  • Publisher: AuthorHouse
  • Publication date: 3/2/2011
  • Pages: 128
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 0.33 (d)

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