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Lighthouse Girl

Author : Dianne Wolfer
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It's 1914. Fay can shoot a rabbit and make a mean nettle stew. She understands morse code and the semaphoric alphabet. She knows where the penguins nest and when the humpbacks migrate. But until she starts writing to a soldier named Charlie, she's never known friendship - and she's never had a friend to lose. This beautifully illustrated story for all ages combines the considerable talents of award-winning author, Dianne Wolfer, and first-time book illustrator, Brian Simmonds.

Hazel or Perilpoint lighthouse

Author : Emily Grace Harding
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Meet Me at the Lighthouse

Author : Mary Jayne Baker
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A birthday. A lighthouse. And the love of her life...

The Baptist children s magazine ed by J F Winks

Author : Joseph Foulkes Winks
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The Little gleaner

Author : Septimus Sears
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A Son of Courage

Author : Archie P. McKishnie
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"A Son of Courage" by Archie P. McKishnie is a 20th century novel that was almost lost to time. Readers for years to come have literary conservation efforts to thank for its preservation so it can be read for another century or more.

Seeing Eye Girl

Author : Beverly J. Armento
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As the “Seeing Eye Girl” for her blind, artistic, and mentally ill mother, Beverly Armento was intimately connected with and responsible for her, even though her mother physically and emotionally abused her. She was Strong Beverly at school—excellent in academics and mentored by caring teachers—but at home she was Weak Beverly, cowed by her mother’s rage and delusions. Beverly’s mother regained her sight with two corneal transplants in 1950 and went on to enjoy a moment of fame as an artist, but these positive turns did nothing to stop her disintegration into her delusional world of communists, radiation, and lurking Italians. To survive, Beverly had to be resilient and hopeful that better days could be ahead. But first, she had to confront essential ethical issues about her caregiving role in her family. In this emotional memoir, Beverly shares the coping strategies she invented to get herself through the trials of her young life, and the ways in which school and church served as refuges over the course of her journey. Breaking the psychological chains that bound her to her mother would prove to be the most difficult challenge of her life—and, ultimately, the most liberating one.

Grace Darling the Heroine of the Farne Islands Her Life and Its Lessons

Author : Marianne Farningham
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Grace Darling

Author : George William MacArthur Reynolds
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Campfire Girls

Author : Jennifer Helgren
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