Mollie On The Shore

Author: Elizabeth Jeffrey
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0349406936
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Mollie On The Shore from the Author: Elizabeth Jeffrey. After the death of her mother, Mollie Barnes is sent to live in her aunt and uncle's house and forced to endure her aunt's simmering resentment. One day, the tension explodes, leading to a shocking revelation about Mollie's parentage. Every day, Mollie had been working by the shore, under the shadow of a large and imposing house. Now she knows that the master of the house, James Grainger, is her real father, she vows that one day she will sit at his table. But her dreams of finding acceptance are shattered as she finds herself the unwilling object of her half-brother's affections . . .

A Stranger Shore

Author: Betty Greenway
ISBN: 9780810834699
Size: 71.25 MB
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A Stranger Shore from the Author: Betty Greenway. Examines over thirty of Mollie Hunter's fantasies, historical novels, realistic novels of modern life, and nonfiction essays on writing for children. In this book, Greenway offers the first full-length study of the works of Mollie Hunter.

Common Ground

Author: Akemi Kikumura-Yano
Publisher: University Press of Colorado
ISBN: 9780870818608
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Common Ground from the Author: Akemi Kikumura-Yano. Los Angeles's Japanese American National Museum, established in 1992, remains the only museum in the United States expressly dedicated to sharing the story of Americans of Japanese ancestry. The National Museum is a unique institution that operates in collaboration with other institutions, museums, researchers, audiences, and funders. In this collection of seventeen essays, anthropologists, art historians, museum curators, writers, designers, and historians provide case studies exploring collaboration with community-oriented partners in order to document, interpret, and present their histories and experiences and provide a new understanding of what museums can and should be in the United States. Current scholarship in museum studies is generally limited to interpretations by scholars and curators. Common Ground brings descriptive data to the intellectual canon and illustrates how museum institutions must be transformed and recreated to suit the needs of the twenty-first century.

A Stranger Came Ashore

Author: Mollie Hunter
Publisher: Floris Books
ISBN: 1782500863
Size: 45.65 MB
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A Stranger Came Ashore from the Author: Mollie Hunter. When Finn Learson staggers out of a stormy sea into a village on the Shetland Isles, he brings a secret with him. While the other villagers are enchanted by the stranger, Robbie suspects he's hiding something. Haunted by tales of the Selkie Folk, Robbie sees the clues everywhere -- the strange coin, the missing ship, Finn's love for Robbie's sister and her golden hair. But can Robbie convince the others in time to save his sister?

The Green Bag

Author: Sydney Russell Wrightington
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The Green Bag from the Author: Sydney Russell Wrightington.


Author: Abbott Joseph Liebling
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Mollie from the Author: Abbott Joseph Liebling.

The Pebbled Shore

Author: Elizabeth Longford
Publisher: Alfred a Knopf Inc
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The Pebbled Shore from the Author: Elizabeth Longford. The acclaimed biographer recreates her own life, from her days at Oxford through her proximity to the core of English politics and letters