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Adventure

Action is the key element, overshadowing characters, theme and setting. … The conflict in an adventure story is often man against nature. A secondary plot that reinforces this kind of conflict is sometimes included. In Allistair MacLean’s Night Without End, for example, the hero, while investigating a mysterious Arctic air crash, also finds himself dealing with espionage, sabotage and murder.

The Flight To Brassbright

The Flight To Brassbright

$12.00eBook: $2.99

Constance is a wild, stubborn young girl growing up poor in a small industrial town in the late 1800's. Beneath her thread-worn exterior beats the heart of a dreamer and a wordsmith. But at age twelve, she’s orphaned. Running away to join the circus—like kids do in adventure books—seems like such a brilliant idea… or is it?

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The Steamkettle Kids Save The Day

The Steamkettle Kids Save The Day

$5.40eBook: $2.99

It’s a warm Saturday in the summer of 1872, and somewhere in Steamkettle Bay, bad things are happening. Can Paisley Pockets and Christopher Cogan stop a crime in progress? They may be just a couple of kids, but where there’s a will and, some smarts, there just might be a way.

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The Legend of The Engineer: A New Year’s Holiday Tale

The Legend of The Engineer: A New Year’s Holiday Tale

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In a country called Industralia, children listen to a New Year's story about Frostica, the Engineer, and a magical train pulled by Engine No.19.

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A Life Invented

A Life Invented

$5.40eBook: $2.99

Gerard Liddle is a young kid growing up in the late 1800s in the idyllic town of Quartz Corners. He's already tinkering around with his very first inventions - which sometimes work, and sometimes do unexpected things.

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*Coming Soon* Down The Tubes

*Coming Soon* Down The Tubes

When the pneumatic mail service goes awry, that next tube you open may not contain a message meant for you. Four letters have gone down the wrong tubes and have landed in the wrong hands. How the recipients of these letters react to these unexpected messages leads to multiple misunderstandings, happy accidents, an occasional disaster, and new friendships.

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