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Wishbone – Paw Prints of Thieves

Price : $9.98 AverageRating : 4.5 Reviews : 6
The adventures of Wishbone, a Jack Russell dog with an unlimited imagination.
Genre: Children’s Video
Rating: NR
Release Date: 27-JUL-2004
Media Type: DVD All children love this series of cute little dog adventures. We only wish they made more adventures for us to view and collect.


Wishbone – Impawssible Dream

Price : $9.98 AverageRating : 3.0 Reviews : 2

Genre: Children’s Video
Rating: NR
Release Date: 25-NOV-2008
Media Type: DVD I grew up watching Wishbone films on the Public Broadcasting Station, which aired the programs between 1995-2001. Unfortunately, I am now unable to find these episodes on most media markets (a few episodes may be found on YouTube).

I enjoyed Wishbone because each episode gave a basic view of the plot of a classic work of literature. This episode, “The Impawssible Dream” gives a small portion of the plot in Don Quixote written by Spanish author Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra. While this 28 minute Wishbone episode does not cover nearly all of the massive novel, it helps to instill in the childhood viewer a love of literature. Ex: When I was nine years old watching

Literary Masterpieces: The Count of Monte Cristo [VHS]

Price : $14.98 AverageRating : 3.5 Reviews : 32
This is the movie for fans of classic movies. I’ve seem many versions of this story, and by far this was the best. While others leave you asking a thousand questions, this movie makes the story easy to understand.

Best European Fiction 2010 edited by Aleksandar Hemon – The Guardian
Best European Fiction 2010 edited by Aleksandar Hemon
The Guardian
If the readers of literary fiction were a truly international community, they'd all queue up to buy this book, and be thrilled that it promises to be an

Top List Update: Essential Sci-Fi Novels
Samuel R. Delaney has been a force in literary science fiction for decades, and his Dhalgren now sits on our list with works from other genre giants such as Isaac Asimov and Arthur C. Clarke. Octavia E. Butler’s wonderful Kindred — a …

my brain's been picked… « A Wish After Midnight
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Our Book Club: February Book Club
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann Shaffer (Fiction- Epistolary) 3/09. The Host by Stephanie Meyers (sci-fi) 8/09. Mere Christianity by C. S. Lewis (Non-fiction- Religious) 2/09. No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency …