Hyacinth The Reluctant Duck

Author: Ann Tompert
Publisher: Olympic Marketing Corp
ISBN: 9780811477406
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Hyacinth The Reluctant Duck from the Author: Ann Tompert. A duckling who thinks she is a dog has a frustrating time trying to do everything her owner's dog can do.

Hyacinth And The Secrets Beneath

Author: Jacob Sager Weinstein
Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers
ISBN: 0399553207
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Hyacinth And The Secrets Beneath from the Author: Jacob Sager Weinstein. For fans of the Mapmakers trilogy and anyone who likes a little history along with their fantasy, here’s a quirky new series! Magic is real. History is a big, fat lie. Before Hyacinth Hayward moves from Illinois to London, she reads up on the city’s history. Too bad for her. Because the books are wrong. The truth is, London was built on magical rivers, and all the major events in its past have been about people trying to control the magic. Hyacinth discovers this when her mom is kidnapped. In the chase to get her back, Hyacinth encounters a giant intelligent pig in a bathing suit, a boy with amnesia, an adorable tosher (whatever that is), a sarcastic old lady, and a very sketchy unicorn. Somehow Hyacinth has to figure out who to trust, so she can save her mom and, oh yeah, not cause a second Great Fire of London.

Water Hyacinth In Africa And The Middle East

Author: Luis A. Navarro
Publisher: IDRC
ISBN: 088936933X
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Water Hyacinth In Africa And The Middle East from the Author: Luis A. Navarro. Water Hyacinth in Africa and the Middle East: A Survey of Problems and Solutions

Hyacinth O Gara

Author: George d. 1847 Brittaine
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Hyacinth O Gara from the Author: George d. 1847 Brittaine.

The Modernist Hyacinth

Author: Catherine Tampaki
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 0244900027
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The Modernist Hyacinth from the Author: Catherine Tampaki. This book sheds light on a conscious group of artists known as Modernists in literature and Cubists in painting, who lent their pens and souls to a common effort of getting their universal race out of the lethargy imposed by the standards of modernity. T. S. Eliot and Georges Braque conspire in the weaving of a tapestry of artistic fragments, which emerge unexpectedly in the barren ground of The Waste Land and the broken surface of Guitar and Glass, as cornerstones of revolutionary ideology.