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This large print title is set in Tieras 16pt font as reccomended by the RNIB.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781846371851
  • Publisher: Echo Library
  • Publication date: 6/26/2006
  • Pages: 172
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.40 (d)

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Ambrose Gwinnett Bierce (born June 24, 1842; died sometime after December 26, 1913) was an American editorialist, journalist, short story writer, fabulist, and satirist. Today, he is probably best known for his short story "An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge" and his satirical lexicon The Devil's Dictionary. His vehemence as a critic, his motto "Nothing matters" and the sardonic view of human nature that informed his work all earned him the nickname "Bitter Bierce".
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  • Posted January 29, 2012

    This is a keeper.

    I have had this book since the 1970's. I still have it and will keep reading it. It reminds me of some the things I get careless about.

    I think he has another good book which is excellent for school children. The name is "Read it Right". This book is great too.

    EAW20

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 18, 2014

    Poem by Ferns

    At 'write' res one. The very top post. Most recent.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 18, 2014

    Thorn2

    Yes. Ok, thanks

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 17, 2014

    Violet

    The Wing and the
    Sword at sketch res one.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 17, 2014

    Thorn2

    Wow guys, thanks! Violet, would you please tell me which story you want to enter?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 17, 2014

    Violet

    Do l have to enter only one?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 17, 2014

    The Truth In The Lie... (&beta&alpha&gamma<_>) (read about the speciesws at 'info')

    (Learn about the dragons at 'info', just change around the words.) <p> The wind blowing... <br> I was lost. <br> But I was not <br> At the time I had not hatched, <br> But here is my story... <p> In a land of war and fear and pain, <br> lived a beautiful SoaringSea dragoness... <br> she had fallen in love with a SoaringFire dragon... <p> So that is how I was made. <p> But I did not know. <p> So here is my adventure... <p> <_> <p> An egg lay, lost in a desolate plain of ice. Antartica, it was called. How she got there she did not know, why she was there she did not know, when she came there she did not know. Yet she knew, she was inside of a shell. <br> And it was her time to come out. <br> Pushing, scratching. Ever squacking. <br> *Why oh why, must it be me?* Her thoughts were filled with sorrow, her scales filled with pain. *What am I? I am no bird, no lizard, no bat. I am not a cat.* Pain and sorrow was what she felt, and she knew know, it was time to break free. <br> She woke from the slumber of her egg, and found herself surrounded by cold and ache. <p> *They must be SoaringIces, but why am I here? I am no SoaringIce, that much is clear.* The fear built up inside her innocent soul, hunger. Suddenly voices, a many strong voices, roared in surprise. <br> "That isn't a SoaringIce!" <br> "Is it a SoaringSea? Or a SoaringFire?" <br> "Neither. Both. I don't know!" <br> "It is a dragonet. This is all that matters. It is a dragonet." A strong, feminine voice flew down. <br> "Queen Glacier!" They all roared at once, bowing to their queen. *What an introduction. I haven't lived twenty minutes and I've already met a queen.* Thought the dragonet. <br> "I shall name you BurningSea." Said the queen, bowing awkwardly to the dragonet. The entire room gasped and bowed, realizing queens only bow to an object of great importance. <br> "I respect the name, but I'm not THAT important, am I?" Squeaked the dragonet in surprise. <br> "BurningSea speaks. No SoaringIce dragonet could catch on this fast." She showed humor in her eyes. <p> Then, almost as soon as she came, she had flown away. BurningSea had a name, and now she had no shame. But what was a flame doing here? She knew she was not a SoaringIce, so was she a SoaringFire? Why did they leave her here? And if she was a SoaringFire, why wasn't she too cold? She needed to find the SoaringFire kingdom, at that moment she realized she had gills! Was she a SoaringSea? She could shoot fire and water, breath in the ocean, swim in lava, light on fire, she was a mix breed! Between a SoaringSea and a SoaringFire! <p> <_> <p> <_> <p> Will be continued...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 17, 2014

    Story

    Itvis located at lemon res one. It is called Hunted. Hope you enjoy!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 24, 2014

    The winner is....

    The truth in a lie!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 14, 2013

    Jaggedkit

    Woah...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 10, 2013

    HeartStorms past

    Storyline~ This is the story of Heartstorm, father of heatherwhisper, and mate to willownose, became who he his. As a newly named apprentice, HeartPaw is taunted by many other clan apprentices for his name, saying it is to much of a shecat name for a tom. DarkShadow, heartpaws mentor taught him many...and even helped him train in darkforest....heartpaw seems completley wreckless to many until he meets willowpaw, an apprentice is sandclan. ( ik ik. Heatherwhisper and duneflame...same thing...just deal with it) in an effort to win willowpaws heart over, heartpaw plans to swim the gull...the most strongest current in the whole river..can he get her.............
    ••••••••••••••••••••••••=^~^=••••••••••••••••••••••••
    "Heartkit, from here until the day you shall become a warrior arrives, you will be known as heartpaw, shall you learn hard" the purrs of acception the rose from his clanmates warmed heartpaw from within, even in the midst of leafbare. His mother purred loudest of all. And his father, tigertail, too. "Darkshadow shall mentor heartpaw, his apprentice boonfur has become a wonderful addition to this clan, and heartpaw shall to." A smirk layed on darkshadows muzzle, and he padded to his apprentice "we will start tonight." He whispered, touching his nose to heartpaws. A glint of enthusiasm sparked in heartpaws eyes and he nodded eagerly "ok!" Then he turned to pad to the other three apprentices, auroapaw, riverpaw and sparrowpaw. He was stopped short when boonfur signled him over, fear in the young cats eyes. "Darkshadow is not that well of a mentor heartpaw." Boonfur fought to keep his voice steady, but burning fear kept that hard for him, "he takes you to darkforest to train with deathstar, and they say there good until they unleash the plan on taking back the forest. Two apprentices train there and as warriors to. I would of..but i remain loyal to starclan and left it...darkshadow is replacing me with you." Heartpaws ears twitch in surprise of what he was hearing, "who else trains there" he asked quickly. In hesitation, boonfur leaned forward " in sandclan blackhawk and falconpaw. In graveclan theres coldsnare and lostshadow. From meadowclan is lionclaw and lilypaw. And from our clan....is darkshadow and..and...tigertail...." anger rushed through heartpaws chest "my fathers not like that!" He retorted cooly. Boonfur shook his head "no! Hes a spy! Theres a spy from each clan! Tuftnose is a spy for sandclan. Horsetail is a spy for meadowclan. And firelight is the spy for graveclan!" He protested "so calm down!" Heartpaw refused to and he padded away. ••••••••••••••=^~^=••••••••••••••••••••••
    ••••••••••• Heartpaw started into the river, his eyes cold "i will deathstar." He vowed "i will kill my leader," a snicker of approvle came from deathstar came and he left. Leaving heartpaw at the river. "Willowpaw! Your suppose to pounce on the rabbit! Not wait till it comes to you!" A growl of annoyance alarmed heartpaw, and the apprentice lept to his paws -sandclan cats!- he thought quickly -and they sound close by!- surley, the sandclan cats. A small pretty white shecat, and a large black tom, blackhawk, crashed through the undergrowth that marked the border. The white shecat, who was known as willowpaw had chased a rabbit into lakeclans territory, and she wrecklessly stummbled into the river. Heartpaw rolled his eyes and launched himself. Catching her scruff he set her down....and thats when he fell in love with her..."im..heartpaw..hi"

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 17, 2013

    MAIN HALL

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 14, 2012

    Greenfur

    "Blacky! Are you up yet?" She called. "I am now." She heard a grumpy voice meow. "Come on Blacky. Dont you want to play?" "I guess." Blacky mewed grumpily. "Come on sleepy-head!" Finally Blacky got up and walked outside still yawning.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 27, 2011

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