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Gentle Giant

Author : Paul Stump
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Gentle Giant acquired a large cult following worldwide, with a string of successful LPs displaying an extraordinary mixture of rock, classical and mediaeval music. Tours in Europe and America became ever more grandiose and elaborate—and then along came punk. However, Gentle Giant’s music has endured over time and new generations are as entranced by their intricate sound as were audiences of thirty years ago.

My Gentle Giant

Author : Teresa Marie Guindon-Mader
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There are some giants who are tall and green, some giants who are friendly, and some giants who should never, ever climb down a beanstalk. But no giant was as notorious as Gadzooks. Gadzooks and a talkative little girl visit a neighboring village, but the huge giant soon finds out that beyond the stone wall is now a modern day city. Will he be welcomed by those who live there? This charming book teaches children how love and faith can even transform a giant-sized heart. This beautifully illustrated story shows the transformation of an unkind giant into a present-day gentle giant who is loved by all. My Gentle Giant is sure to bless the inner child in all of us.

The Gentle Giant

Author : Pam Holden
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The man in this story was so huge that people called him a giant. But he wasn’t fierce or mean like some giants. He liked to do kind things to help anybody who was in trouble. That’s why he was called the Gentle Giant.

The Gentle Giant

Author : Yusef Lateef
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The Gentle Giant Readaloud

Author : Pam Holden
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The man in this story was so huge that people called him a giant. But he wasn’t fierce or mean like some giants. He liked to do kind things to help anybody who was in trouble. That’s why he was called the Gentle Giant.

Henry the Gentle Giant and January the Mean

Author : Kathy Warnes
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Henry the Gentle Giant has to deal with January the Mean and an invasion by the Seaweed Sea Serpents.

The Gentle Giant s Lady and Her Friend

Author : Veronica Boulter Toynbee
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This collection of letters chronicles a sixteen-year friendship between Lois Wiegardt Whitaker and Veronica Boulter Toynbee, wife (and then widow) of historian Arnold Toynbee. The letters also record the contemporaneous development of Whitaker's own family of three children, one of whom became the well-known Spanish-language scholar, Daniel S. Whitaker.

The Gentle Giants

Author : Stanley M. Jepsen
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This book is an acknowledgement of the debt mankind owes these unconplaining companions in toil and a tribute to the breeders who have brought us the magnificent animals of today.

The Gentle Giant Alakuku

Author : Highbred Maxwell
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The Cottonwood Tree

Author : Kathleen Cain
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And so poet and naturalist Kathleen Cain fell in love with the cottonwood tree. Regarded by many as a nuisance, a "trash tree," the cottonwood not only has a fascinating history, it has served noble purposes as well. Ranging from Vermont to Arizona to Alaska, this native North American tree, in various sizes, shapes, and subspecies, has been a sacred symbol, a shelter providing relief from both heat and cold, a signpost for the lost and weary-and underneath its branches many dreams have been born. In a magical blend of art and science, the author looks not only at the cottonwood-how it grows, how it travels, and what it says-but at the roles it has played and continues to play in the art, health, and history of North America. If you need the science, you will find it here-if you need the human heart, you will find it here as well. "Champion" means winner, defender, something outstanding-a hero. After reading The Cottonwood Tree: An American Champion you will see why this remarkable tree stands so tall in the American landscape. Book jacket.