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Wilmshurst of the Frontier Force

"Four o'clock mornin', sah; bugle him go for revally." Dudley Wilmshurst, Second Lieutenant of the Nth West African Regiment, threw off the light coverings, pulled aside the mosquito curtains, and sat upon the edge of his cot, hardly able to realise that Tari Barl, his Haussa servant, had announced the momentous news. Doubtful whether his senses were not playing him false Wilmshurst glanced round the room.

Windmills and Wooden Shoes: Volume 2931 of Harvard Reading Textbooks Preservation Microfilm Project

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Wings and Stings a Tale for the Young

The many bees include Sipsyrup who is vain, and Honeyball who is lazy. They argue and complain, and their behavior yielded unfortunate results. There is another story happening outside the beehive: the young girl Polly whose vanity about her clothes leads to the mysterious disappearance of Johnny, her brother.

Wings Over England

It was one of those rare autumn days in England. The sky was blue asblue. The trees cast dark shadows across the hillside. The sheepwandered contentedly along the slope. To Cherry Ramsey, for one fullmoment it seemed that nothing could possibly be wrong with the world.Then with a sudden light spring she shot from her sunny corner to scanthe sky and to exclaim softly to the collie at her feet:"Flash old boy, it's an airplane. Perhaps it's a bomb-bomber." That lastword always choked her. How she hated those Nazi marauders! No, all wasnot right with the world! Perhaps it never would be again for a long,long time!"But Flash old boy," there was hot fire in her voice, "we must all doour best and trust God. That's what mother always says, and she's nearlyalways right."

Winnetou, the Apache Knight: Easyread Comfort Edition

"May" in this novel presented a western adventure in which a German novice, Old Shatterhand, out-shoots and finally out-wits Yankees and Indians alike. The story is about the friendship of Old Shatterhand, an American pioneer of German descent and Winnetou, a noble Indian chief.This story is highlited with the humour and spirit of the 'Westmaenner' and the 'noblesse' of the young Apache. Amazing!

Winning His Y a Story of School Athletics (Classic Reprint)

Excerpt from Winning His Y A Story of School Athletics Now we're charging down the field! See how Broadwood pales with fear, Knowing we will never yield! Wave on high your banner blue, Cheer for comrades staunch and true; We are here to die or do. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.

Witch of the Glens

"A young gypsy in seventeenth-century Scotland longs for a witch's power because of the unkindness she received from the well-to-do." - Book Buyer's Guide.

With Haig on the Somme

A First World War adventure story first published in 1917.