Bibliography
Sorted by Call Number / Author. Limited by Electronic Book (eBook).
398.245 JAC

Aesop's fables. McHenry, Ill. : Follett Digital Press, c2005.
A collection of 234 very short animal fables written by Aesopus of ancient Greece.

811.2 MOO

Moore, Clement Clarke, 1779-1863. The night before Christmas. McHenry, Ill. : Follett Digital Press, c2005.
Presents the well-known poem about an important Christmas visitor.

823.5 SWI

Swift, Jonathan, 1667-1745. Gulliver's travels. McHenry, Ill. : Follett Digital Press, c2006.
The voyages of an Englishman carry him to a land of people six inches high, a land of giants, an island of sorcerers, and a land where horses are masters of human-like creatures.

843.8 VER

Verne, Jules, 1828-1905. 20,000 leagues under the seas, or, The marvellous and exciting adventures of Pierre Aronnax, Conseil his servant, and Ned Land, a Canadian harpooner. McHenry, Ill. : Follett Digital Press, c2006.
An American frigate tracks down a ship-sinking submarine commanded by the mysterious Captain Nemo.

FIC BAU

Baum, L. Frank (Lyman Frank), 1856-1919. The Wizard of Oz. McHenry, Ill. : Follett Digital Press, c2005.
Presents the story of Dorothy, a young girl who is tranported by a cyclone to the magical world of Oz where she makes wonderful friends, battles evil, and must face down a wizard to return home to Kansas.

FIC CAR

Carroll, Lewis, 1832-1898. Alice's adventures in Wonderland. McHenry, Ill. : Follett Digital Press, c2005.
A little girl falls down a rabbit hole and discovers a world of nonsensical and amusing characters.

FIC DIC

Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870. A Christmas carol. McHenry, Ill. : Follett Digital Press, c2005.
A miser learns the true meaning of Christmas when three ghostly visitors review his past and foretell his future.

FIC GRA

Grahame, Kenneth, 1859-1932. The wind in the willows. McHenry, Ill. : Follett Digital Press, c2006.
The escapades of four animal friends who live along a river in the English countryside--Toad, Mole, Rat, and Badger.

FIC LON

London, Jack, 1876-1916. The call of the wild. McHenry, Ill. : Follett Digital Press, c2005.
Presents Jack London's classic in which a dog in the Klondike reverts to wilderness life and becomes the leader of a pack of wolves.

FIC LON

London, Jack, 1876-1916. White Fang. McHenry, Ill. : Follett Digital Press, c2006.
Follows the adventures of a dog who is part wolf as he eventually makes his peace with man in the wilderness of northern Canada.

FIC SEW

Sewell, Anna, 1820-1878. Black Beauty : the autobiography of a horse. McHenry, Ill. : Follett Digital Press, c2005.
A nineteenth-century English horse describes his joyous and heartbreaking life, which has taken him from idyllic days on a country squire's estate to London's hard, cobblestoned streets.

FIC SPY

Spyri, Johanna, 1827-1901. Heidi. McHenry, Ill. : Follett Digital Press, c2006.
A Swiss orphan is heartbroken when she must leave her beloved grandfather and their happy home in the mountains to go to school and to care for an invalid girl in the city.

FIC STE

Stevenson, Robert Louis, 1850-1894. Treasure Island. McHenry, Ill. : Follett Digital Press, c2005.
While going through the possessions of a deceased guest who owed them money, the mistress of the inn and her son find a treasure map that leads them to a pirate's fortune.

FIC TWA

Twain, Mark, 1835-1910. The adventures of Huckleberry Finn. McHenry, Ill. : Follett Digital Press, c2005.
Huck, in flight from his murderous father, and Jim, in flight from slavery, pilot their raft down the Mississippi River in search of freedom.

FIC TWA

Twain, Mark, 1835-1910. The adventures of Tom Sawyer. McHenry, Ill. : Follett Digital Press, c2005.
The adventures of a mischievous young boy and his friends growing up in a Mississippi River town in the nineteenth century.

Aboriginal peoples of Australia. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
Who were the Aborigines? -- Where did the Aborigines live -- How do we know about the Aborigines' history -- Origins of the Aborigines -- Aborigines settle Australia -- Limited contact -- Tribes, clans, and territories -- The family -- The dreamtime -- Aboriginal rock art -- Magic and sorcery -- Law and order -- Festivals and ceremonies -- Music, dance, and storytelling -- Body painting and dress -- Tools and toolmaking -- Hunting -- Gathering food -- Growing up -- Health and medicines -- People of the coast -- People of the desert -- People of the rivers -- The Tasmanians -- The Torres Strait Islanders -- The coming of the Europeans -- Aboriginal resistance -- The Aborigines today. "A discussion of the early Aborigines, including who the people were, where they lived, the rise of civilization, social structure, religion, art and architecture, science and technology, daily life, and entertainment and sports. Features include timelines, fact boxes, glossary, list of recommended reading and web sites, and index"--Provided by publisher.

Aboriginal rights movement. Chicago : World Book, c2014.
The first Australians -- A sacred land -- Strangers invade -- First encounters -- Conflict and resistance -- Betrayal in Tasmania -- Harsh laws -- The reserves -- Christian missions -- Better and worse : Coranderrk -- Aborigines as nonpersons -- The stolen generations -- Organizing for rights -- Day of mourning -- Cummeragunja walk-off -- Work and wages -- Assimilation and discrimination -- Organizing nationally -- Protesting racism -- Australians say "yes" -- Strike and walk out -- Land rights : paving the way -- Mabo and the Native Title Act -- Bringing them home -- Reconciliation and protest -- Saying sorry -- We have survived -- The struggle continues -- Timeline. "A history of the Aboriginal rights movement in Australia, based on primary source documents and other historical artifacts. Features include period art works and photographs; excerpts from literary works, letters, speeches, broadcasts, and diaries; summary boxes; a timeline; maps; and a list of additional resources"--Provided by publisher.

African American civil rights movement. Chicago : World Book, c2014.
What are civil rights? -- Slavery -- Civil war and emancipation -- Reconstruction -- Trouble in the south -- The era of Jim Crow -- Two African American leaders -- Conflict and action -- The campaign against lynching -- The great migration -- Black labor and the New Deal -- World War II and its aftermath -- The struggle for quality education -- The Montgomery bus boycott -- A new leader emerges -- The tactics of nonviolence -- Birmingham, 1963 -- The victims -- The march on Washington -- The Johnson presidency -- The Civil Rights Act of 1964 -- The Voting Rights Act -- New voices -- Black ghettos and urban riots -- The death of King -- Affirmative action -- New black leaders -- President Barack Obama -- Timeline -- Sources. "A history of the African American civil rights movement, based on primary source documents and other historical artifacts. Features include period art works and photographs; excerpts from literary works, letters, speeches, broadcasts, and diaries; summary boxes; a timeline; maps; and a list of additional resources"--Provided by publisher.

Africans of the Ghana, Mali, and Songhai empires. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
Who were the people of Ghana, Mali, and Songhai? -- The Ghana empire -- The Mali empire -- The Songhai empire -- Gold, salt, copper, and iron -- Trade -- Caravans across the sands -- Major cities -- The leaders -- Sundiata, the lion king of Mali -- Life at court -- Warriors -- Traders -- Farmers -- Artisans -- Griots -- Slaves -- Law and order -- Traditional beliefs and gods -- Islam -- Mosques -- Tombs and burials -- Family life -- Shelter and clothing -- Education -- Transportation -- Invaders conquer the last great African empire -- The legacy from the empires of gold. "A discussion of the Ghana, Mali, and Songhai people of Africa, including who they were, where they lived, the rise of civilization, social structure, religion, art and architecture, science and technology, daily life, entertainment and sports, and fall of civilization. Features include timelines, fact boxes, glossary, list of recommended reading and web sites, and index"--Provided by publisher.

The age of knights and castles. Chicago : World Book, c2014.
Introducing the age of knights and castles -- Castles and forts -- Parts of a castle -- The knight's castle -- Attacking a castle -- Life in the Middle Ages -- The life of peasants -- Becoming a knight -- Knights in armor -- Knights into battle -- Knights and foot soldiers -- The knight and his arms -- Knights, king, and crown -- The king and the law -- Nobles rebel -- The church -- Knights on crusade -- Learning and knowledge -- The arts -- Legends and stories -- Leisure and play -- Fashion and dress -- Cities and trade -- Going to sea -- Famous people -- The last castles -- Castles around the world -- Castles today. "An introduction to knights and castles, with information about the period of history during which they flourished and the people and customs of that time. Features include fact boxes, maps, period art works, photographs, drawings, a glossary, and a list of recommended books and websites"--Provided by publisher.

Agriculture. Chicago : World Book, 2013.
The domestication of plants and animals -- The hoe -- The plow -- Irrigation -- Crop rotation -- The water mill and water wheel -- The windmill -- The horse harness -- The seed drill -- The Norfolk system -- The cotton gin -- The steel plow -- The reaper -- The grain elevator -- The tractor -- Fertilizer -- Hybrid crops -- Pesticides -- Genetically modified food -- Important dates in agriculture. "An exploration of the transformative impact of inventions and discoveries in agriculture. Features include fact boxes, sidebars, biographies, and a timeline, glossary, list of recommended reading and Web sites, and index"--Provided by publisher.

Alien planets. Chicago, IL : World Book, c2013.
Introduction -- What is a planetary system? -- What is in the solar system? -- Focus on: how the solar system formed -- What is an extrasolar planet? -- What was the first extrasolar planet found? -- How many extrasolar planets have been discovered? -- How many other planetary systems are there? -- How far away are other planetary systems? -- Do most other planetary systems have stars like the sun? -- Focus on: what other planetary systems might be like -- Is it hard to find extrasolar planets? -- How do astronomers look for extrasolar planets? -- Focus on: the transiting method for finding extrasolar planets -- Which planet-finding method have astronomers used the most? -- Have scientists ever seen an extrasolar planet? -- Are any extrasolar planets like Earth? -- What is a super-Earth? -- What is a pulsar planet? -- Focus on: what extrasolar planets might look like -- What is a gas giant? -- What is a hot Jupiter? -- What is a hot Neptune? -- What makes Earth right for life? -- Is there life on extrasolar planets? -- Why is the size of an extrasolar planet important? -- How will scientists know if there is life on an extrasolar planet? -- Are there new ways to search for extrasolar planets?. "An introduction to extrasolar planets, with information about their formation and characteristics. Includes diagrams, fun facts, a glossary, a resource list, and an index"--Provided by publisher.

American Civil War. Chicago, Ill. : World Book, c2014.
Conflict between the states -- Slavery -- Abolitionists -- Lincoln elected -- Secession and Fort Sumter -- The Confederacy and the Union -- First battle of Bull Run -- Civilians in the war -- Battle of Shiloh -- The role of railroads -- Lee takes command -- Battle of Antietam -- Caring for the wounded -- Battle of Fredericksburg -- Emancipation -- War at sea -- Battle of Chancellorsville -- Prisons and prisoners -- Siege of Vicksburg -- Battle of Gettysburg -- Covering the war -- Chickamauga and Chattanooga -- Women soldiers and spies -- Grant v. Lee -- Sherman's march -- Lee's surrender -- Death of a president -- The costs of the war -- Timeline -- Sources. "A history of the American Civil War, based on primary source documents and other historical artifacts. Features include period art works and photographs; excerpts from literary works, letters, speeches, broadcasts, and diaries; summary boxes; a timeline; maps; and a list of additional resources"--Provided by publisher.

Amphibians. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
"An introduction to amphibians and their physical characteristics, life cycle, behaviors, and adaptations to various habitats. Features include diagrams, fun facts, glossary, resource list, and index"--Provided by publisher.

Ancient Egyptians. Chicago : World Book, 2013.
Who were the ancient Egyptians? -- Where did the ancient Egyptians live? -- The origins of the ancient Egyptians and their early history -- The Middle Kingdom from around 1975 B.C. to 1640 B.C. -- The New Kingdom from around 1539 B.C. to 1075 B.C. -- The rulers -- The state officials -- Priests and priestesses -- Soldiers and warfare -- Artisans and craftworkers -- Farmers -- Servants and slaves -- Beliefs, Gods, and Goddesses -- Mummies and the afterlife -- Mummies and the afterlife -- Pyramid tombs -- Temples -- Language and writing -- Painting and sculpture -- Family life -- Shelter and clothing -- Food and drink -- Children and education -- Music, games, and festivals -- Trade and transportation -- Decline and Civil War -- Greek and Roman rule -- The ancient Egyptian legacy. "A discussion of the early Egyptians, including who the people were, where they lived, the rise of civilization, social structure, religion, art and architecture, science and technology, daily life, entertainment and sports. Features include timelines, fact boxes, glossary, list of recommended reading and web sites, and index"--Provided by publisher.

Ancient Greeks. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
Who were the ancient Greeks? -- What did the Greeks achieve? -- The first Greeks -- Reaching out to the world -- Wars and empires -- Rulers -- Soldiers -- Artisans and merchants -- Women -- Farmers -- Slaves -- Laws, crime, and punishment -- Beliefs and gods -- Ceremonies -- Health and medicine -- Festivals -- Temples, tombs, and other structures -- Pottery, painting, and sculpture -- Literature -- Philosophy -- Science, math, and technology -- Family life and children -- Shelter and clothing -- Food -- Education -- Sports and games -- Decline and fall of ancient Greece -- Legacy and people today. "A discussion of the early Greeks, including who the people were, where they lived, the rise of civilization, social structure, religion, art and architecture, science and technology, daily life, entertainment and sports. Features include timelines, fact boxes, glossary, list of recommended reading and web sites, and index"--Provided by publisher.

Ancient Romans. Chicago : World Book, Inc., c2013.
Who were the ancient Romans? -- Origins -- From Republic to Empire -- Consuls and emperors -- Patricians and plebeians -- The army -- Women -- Farmers -- Slaves and freed slaves -- Law, crime, and punishment -- Beliefs and gods -- Priests and ceremonies -- The Roman calendar -- Roman architecture -- Engineering and science -- The buildings of ancient Rome -- Paintings, mosaics, and sculptures -- Metal, glass, and pottery -- Literature and libraries -- Pompeii -- Family life and children -- Clothing -- Roads and transportation -- Food -- Sport and spectacle -- Theater, music, and dance -- Decline and fall -- The Roman legacy. "A discussion of the early Romans, including who the people were, where they lived, the rise of civilization, social structure, religion, art and architecture, science and technology, daily life, entertainment and sports. Features include timelines, fact boxes, glossary, list of recommended reading and web sites, and index"--Provided by publisher.

Angry aardvark to zealous zebra. Chicago : Bright Connections Media, c2015.
"Have you ever observed a party of prim pigs pompously picnicking? Or a frightened fish fleeing a ferocious foe? In Angry Aardvark to Zealous Zebra, young children are introduced to the alphabet with a fun twist. Each letter is accompanied by an illustration that prompts a child to imagine other words that begin with that same letter, often making for silly and magical results. Children and adults alike will be immediately drawn to the page by the whimsical and detailed illustrations that correspond to each letter and bring each quirky character to life" --Provided by publisher.

Animal babies. Chicago, IL : World Book, c2013.
Bear -- Opossum -- Frog -- Fish -- Insect -- Babes in the woods -- Kangaroo -- Bird -- Platypus -- Lizard -- Babes in the outback -- Did you know? -- Puzzles -- True or false -- Find out more -- Answers and index. "Introduction to animal babies using simple text, illustrations, and photos. Features include puzzles and games, fun facts, a resource list, and an index"--Provided by publisher.

Animal homes. Chicago, IL : World Book, c2013.
Holes and tunnels -- Dens -- Treehouses -- Logs and leaves -- In the woods -- Birds' nests -- Hives and insect nests -- Lodges -- Shells -- Pets' homes -- By the river -- Did you know? -- Puzzles -- True or false -- Find out more -- Answers and index. "Introduction to animal homes using simple text, question and answer format, illustrations and photos. Features include puzzles and games, fun facts, a resource list, and an index"--Provided by publisher.

Ants and other social insects. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"What does an ant nest look like? Why do honey bees dance? How can you tell the difference between a termite and an ant? Read this book to find out! World Book?s Animals of the World provides an extensive library of books about animals for children who love animal picture books and answers questions that inquisitive older kids have about animals. Each two-page spread includes a full-page, full-color picture, map, or illustration. All animal books include instructive animal classification charts to show students where the featured animals fit into the animal kingdom. A table of contents, glossary, list of fun facts, and index help to ensure that children get the most out of each animal book" --Provided by publisher.

Arabians and other horses. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"What are Arabian horses and where did they come from? What kind of personality might an Arabian horse have? How do horses communicate? Read this book to find out! World Book?s Animals of the World provides an extensive library of books about animals for children who love animal picture books and answers questions that inquisitive older kids have about animals. Each two-page spread includes a full-page, full-color picture, map, or illustration. All animal books include instructive animal classification charts to show students where the featured animals fit into the animal kingdom. A table of contents, glossary, list of fun facts, and index help to ensure that children get the most out of each animal book" --Provided by publisher.

Architecture and engineering. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
Pyramids -- Pagodas -- Cantilevers -- City planning -- Aqueducts -- Dams -- Arches -- Domes -- Drawbridges -- Truss support -- Suspension bridges -- Tunnels -- Flush toilet -- Modern sewerage systems -- Central heating -- Air conditioning -- Electric elevators -- Skyscrapers -- Solar heating -- Important dates in architecture and engineering. "An exploration of the transformative impact of inventions and discoveries in the fields of architecture and engineering. Features include fact boxes, sidebars, biographies, and a timeline, glossary, list of recommended reading and Web sites, and index"--Provided by publisher.

Armored dinosaurs! : the Ornithischians. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"This volume of the Dinosaurs! series introduces readers to a group of armored and duck-billed dinosaurs called ornithischians. Dinosaurs! is a four-volume series that brings into striking focus the mighty beasts that ruled our planet for millions of years. The books cover all the major groups of dinosaurs, from fierce and deadly meat-eaters to the gentle giants that fed on plants. Readers will encounter such familiar favorites as Tyrannosaurus and Apatosaurus. Features include an original drawing of each dinosaur, fun facts, a glossary, and a list of additional resources" --Provided by publisher.

The arts. Chicago, IL : World Book, c2013.
Playing music: the keyboard - the organ -- Hammered dulcimer -- Harpsichord -- Piano -- Electronic keyboards -- Capturing music: the microphone -- Phonograph -- Tape recorder -- Compact disc -- Painting: tempera paint -- Oil paint -- Acrylic paint -- Capturing images: the camera obscura -- Camera -- Film development -- Motion pictures -- Animation -- Sound tracks -- Digital cameras -- Important dates in the arts. "An exploration of the transformative impact of inventions and discoveries in the arts. Features include fact boxes, sidebars, biographies, timeline, glossary, list of recommended reading and Web sites, and index"--Provided by publisher.

Astronomy. Chicago, IL : World Book, c2013.
Constellations -- Calendar stones -- Sundials -- Earth is round -- Stars as guides -- Modern calendar -- Telescope -- Solar system -- Planetariums -- Law of gravitation -- Seventh planet: Uranus -- Messier catalog -- Eighth planet: Neptune -- Black holes -- Time zones -- Atomic time -- First human on the moon -- Hubble space telescope -- Planet defined -- Important dates in astronomy. "An exploration of the transformative impact of inventions and discoveries in the field of astronomy. Features include fact boxes, sidebars, biographies, timeline, glossary, list of recommended reading and Web sites, and index"--Provided by publisher.

At home in the sky. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"Read about the daring airplane pilots that became known as 'barnstormers,' the destruction of the Hindenburg airship, and the invention of jet airplanes, helicopters, and other types of aircraft" --Provided by publisher.

The Aztec. Chicago : World Book, c2014.
"Explore the history and culture of the Aztec people. The Aztec ruled a mighty empire in Mexico during the 1400's and early 1500's." --Provided by publisher.

The Aztec. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
Origins of the Aztec -- Building an empire -- The Aztec empire at its height -- The Tlatoani and his advisers -- Commoners and calpolli -- Soldiers and warfare -- Merchants -- Farmers -- Aztec women -- Slaves -- Crime and punishment -- Beliefs and gods -- Ceremonies and human sacrifice -- Temples and priests -- The Aztec calendar -- The great city of Tenochtitlan -- Language and writing -- Aztec art and crafts -- Family life -- Shelter and clothing -- Food and drink -- Children and education -- Sports and festivals -- Trade and transportation -- Decline and danger -- The fall of the Aztec empire -- The Aztec legacy. "A discussion of the early Aztec, including who the people were, where they lived, the rise of civilization, social structure, religion, art and architecture, science and technology, daily life, entertainment and sports, and fall of civilization. Features include timelines, fact boxes, glossary, list of recommended reading and web sites, and index"--Provided by publisher.

Bay Psalm book. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The first bond work printed in the American colonies, The Bay Psalm Book (The Whole Booke of Psalms Faithfully Translated into English Meter) is a metrical translation of the Psalms. Thirty Massachusetts Bay Colony ministers including John Eliot, Richard Mather, and Thomas Welde labored on the work. It was published in 1640 in a printing of 1,700 copies by Stephen Daye of Cambridge" --Provided by publisher.

Beyond the sky. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"Read about the invention of liquid-fuel rockets, the history of human space travel, and the accomplishments of NASA space missions to the moon, Mars, and beyond" --Provided by publisher.

Birdlike dinosaurs! : small Theropods and prehistoric birds. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"This volume of the Dinosaurs! series introduces readers to small theropods, a group of early birdlike dinosaurs that were predators and grew to about the size of a turkey. Dinosaurs! is a four-volume series that brings into striking focus the mighty beasts that ruled our planet for millions of years. The books cover all the major groups of dinosaurs, from fierce and deadly meat-eaters to the gentle giants that fed on plants. Readers will encounter such familiar favorites as Tyrannosaurus and Apatosaurus. Features include an original drawing of each dinosaur, fun facts, a glossary, and a list of additional resources" --Provided by publisher.

Birds. Chicago, IL : World Book, 2013.
"An introduction to birds and their physical characteristics, life cycle, behaviors, and adaptations to various habitats. Features include maps, diagrams, fun facts, glossary, resource list, and index"--Provided by publisher.

The Blackfleet. Chicago : World Book, c2014.
"This volume of Native North Americans series explores the history and culture of the Blackfeet people. Blackfeet people live in the Great Plains of Montana and Alberta." --Provided by publisher.

The Book of the dead. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An ancient Egyptian funerary text, setting forth the spells and rituals that would help a dead person in their journey into the afterlife. The Book of the Dead was used from around 1550 B.C. to 50 B.C" --Provided by publisher.

Book of the thousand nights and a night. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of about 200 stories, including the adventures of such well-known characters as Aladdin, Ali Baba, and Sinbad" --Provided by publisher.

Box turtles and other pond and marsh turtles. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"What kind of personality might a box turtle have? What does a box turtle eat? For how long can box turtles live? Read this book to find out! World Book?s Animals of the World provides an extensive library of books about animals for children who love animal picture books and answers questions that inquisitive older kids have about animals. Each two-page spread includes a full-page, full-color picture, map, or illustration. All animal books include instructive animal classification charts to show students where the featured animals fit into the animal kingdom. A table of contents, glossary, list of fun facts, and index help to ensure that children get the most out of each animal book" --Provided by publisher.

Brain teasers. Chicago : Bright Connections Media, c2015.
"Test your brain with these tricky teasers! Searches and secret codes, word and number puzzles, and shape and logic problems provide hours of fun" --Provided by publisher.

Bullied by boys. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"What is bullying? Why do boys bully? What sort of boys bully? Read this book to find out! Each book in the Anti-Bullying Basics series explores the causes and effects of a particular type of bullying. Practical advice on how to avoid and find relief from bullying is offered in a straightforward question-and-answer format that appeals to young readers. Photo spreads and colorful illustrations complement the text" --Provided by publisher.

Bullied by friends. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"What is peer pressure? How can peer pressure lead to bullying? What are some strategies for overcoming peer pressure? Read this book to find out! Each book in the Anti-Bullying Basics series explores the causes and effects of a particular type of bullying. Practical advice on how to avoid and find relief from bullying is offered in a straightforward question-and-answer format that appeals to young readers. Photo spreads and colorful illustrations complement the text" --Provided by publisher.

Bullied by girls. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"What is bullying? Why do girls bully? What sort of girls bully? Read this book to find out! Each book in the Anti-Bullying Basics series explores the causes and effects of a particular type of bullying. Practical advice on how to avoid and find relief from bullying is offered in a straightforward question-and-answer format that appeals to young readers. Photo spreads and colorful illustrations complement the text" --Provided by publisher.

Bullied by groups. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"What is bullying? Why do people in social groups turn to bullying? What are some of the negative effects of group bullying? Read this book to find out! Each book in the Anti-Bullying Basics series explores the causes and effects of a particular type of bullying. Practical advice on how to avoid and find relief from bullying is offered in a straightforward question-and-answer format that appeals to young readers. Photo spreads and colorful illustrations complement the text" --Provided by publisher.

Bullied in cyberspace. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"What is cyberbullying? How is cyberbullying different from other forms of bullying? What are some strategies for dealing with cyberbullies? Read this book to find out! Each book in the Anti-Bullying Basics series explores the causes and effects of a particular type of bullying. Practical advice on how to avoid and find relief from bullying is offered in a straightforward question-and-answer format that appeals to young readers. Photo spreads and colorful illustrations complement the text" --Provided by publisher.

Bullied to belong. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"Why do some people become bullies? What is the difference between teasing and bullying? What are some strategies for dealing with bullies? Read this book to find out! Each book in the Anti-Bullying Basics series explores the causes and effects of a particular type of bullying. Practical advice on how to avoid and find relief from bullying is offered in a straightforward question-and-answer format that appeals to young readers. Photo spreads and colorful illustrations complement the text" --Provided by publisher.

Canadian independence. Chicago : World Book, c2014.
Canada in World War I -- Postwar identity -- The one big union -- The Winnipeg strike -- The great head count -- Cultural conflict -- Liberals and progressives -- The mid-1920's boom -- Rural complaints -- Agriculture and resources -- The Maritime Provinces -- Industry and energy -- American branch plants -- Labor and the social gospel -- Loosening ties -- The 1925 election -- The King-Byng affair -- Women's rights -- The persons case -- First nations -- Immigration -- Art by and about Canadians -- Inventions and discoveries -- Balfour declaration of 1926 -- The Great Depression -- Poverty and politics -- The Statute of Westminster. "A history of the struggle for independence in Canada, based on primary source documents and other historical artifacts. Features include period art works and photographs; excerpts from literary works, letters, speeches, broadcasts, and diaries; summary boxes; a timeline; maps; and a list of additional resources"--Provided by publisher.

The Cherokee. Chicago : World Book, c2014.
"Explore the history and culture of the Cherokee people. The Cherokee are one of the largest groups of Native Americans in the United States." --Provided by publisher.

Chinese of the Shang, Zhou, and Qin dynasties. Chicago : World book, c2013.

The Chinese Revolution. Chicago : World Book, c2014.
Winds of change -- China divided -- Conflict with Japan -- China in World War II -- Showdown -- Founding the People's Republic -- The new government -- China expands -- Early reforms -- The Korean War -- Taiwan -- Dealing with dissent -- The great leap forward -- A great leap backward -- Troubles in Tibet -- China begins to recover -- Break with the Soviet Union -- The Cultural Revolution -- Red Guard terror -- Mao triumphant -- Censorship -- Religion -- Women and family -- Population, health, and education -- China : a nuclear power -- China joins the United Nations -- U.S. President Nixon visits China -- End of the revolution?. "A history of the Communist revolution in China, based on primary source documents and other historical artifacts. Features include period art works and photographs; excerpts from literary works, letters, speeches, broadcasts, and diaries; summary boxes; a timeline; maps; and a list of additional resources"--Provided by publisher.

Cockatiels and other parrots. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"What does a cockatiel parrot look like? Can cockatiel parrots talk? How smart are parrots? Read this book to find out! World Book?s Animals of the World provides an extensive library of books about animals for children who love animal picture books and answers questions that inquisitive older kids have about animals. Each two-page spread includes a full-page, full-color picture, map, or illustration. All animal books include instructive animal classification charts to show students where the featured animals fit into the animal kingdom. A table of contents, glossary, list of fun facts, and index help to ensure that children get the most out of each animal book" --Provided by publisher.

Communication. Chicago : World Book, Inc., c2013.
Language and writing -- Alphabet -- Paper -- Movable type -- Printing press -- Lithography -- Telegraph -- Fax machine -- Typewriter -- Telephone -- Linotype -- Radio -- Television -- Handheld radio -- Satellite -- Internet -- Cellular telephone -- Digital television -- Smartphone -- Important dates in communication. "An exploration of the transformative impact of inventions and discoveries in communication. Features include fact boxes, sidebars, biographies, and a timeline, glossary, list of recommended reading and Web sites, and index"--Provided by publisher.

Community helpers. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
Teacher -- Bus driver -- Mail carrier -- Garbage collector -- On the way to school -- Lawmaker -- Police officer -- Firefighter -- Medical worker -- Utility worker -- Around town -- Did you know? -- Puzzles -- True or false. "Introduction to people who work in a community using simple text, illustrations, and photos. Features include puzzles and games, fun facts, a resource list, and an index"--Provided by publisher.

Consumable goods. Chicago, IL : World Book, c2013.
Introduction -- The living room : lighting -- Batteries -- Toys -- Go green! The living room -- The kitchen : the cleaning products -- Paper items -- Plastic item -- Metal and glass items -- Go green! The kitchen -- The bedroom : fabrics -- Go green! The bedroom -- The bathroom : personal-care products -- Go green! The bathroom -- The laundry room : laundry products -- Go green! The laundry room -- The office : paper products -- Writing and drawing utensils -- Go green! The office -- The yard : fertilizers -- Pesticides -- Go green! The yard -- Taking action -- Recipes and activities. "A guide to living an environmentally friendly lifestyle by changing general practices at home and making smart choices when purchasing consumable goods. Explores the harmful impact consumable goods can have on the environment through the use of natural resources and energy. Features include fact boxes, glossary, list of recommended reading and web sites, and index"--Provided by publisher.

Deuterocanonical books of the Bible. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Apocrypha is a Greek word which means 'things hidden away' and refers to religious writings not universally considered to be part of the sacred canon of scripture. 'Deuterocanonical' refers to a second (but not necessarily less worthy or authentic) layer of the sacred canon. Except for the Second Book of Esdras and the Prayer of Manasses, these books were rejected by the Jewish community of Palestine, yet were accepted by Greek-speaking Alexandrian Jews and Roman Catholic Christians" --Provided by publisher.

Dialogue concerning the two chief world systems. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"In this book, Galileo compared the Copernican system, a model of the solar system with the Sun at the center, and the traditional Ptolemaic system, with the Earth at the center of the universe. Because he supported the Copernican model, Galileo was convicted of heresy, although the Copernican model has since been proved to be the more correct" --Provided by publisher.

Dinosaur mysteries. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"Why did dinosaurs suddenly disappear from the Earth millions of years ago? What color were dinosaurs? What is the name of the mysterious, huge animal that is said to be a ?leftover? dinosaur? Read this book to find out! Tales of Mystery and the Unknown is a richly illustrated 7-volume series that shares stories and facts behind numerous mysteries. The text and illustrations combine to help answer children?s questions about many of the strange objects, events, and creatures that continue to puzzle us today" --Provided by publisher.

Dogs : from mutts to purebreds. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"Learn about different kinds of dogs, from purebred showdogs to crossbreds and lovable mutts" --Provided by publisher.

Dogs in art, myth, and legend. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"Learn how dogs in all parts of the world have been depicted in art, myths, and legends since earliest times" --Provided by publisher.

Dogs through the ages. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"Read about how dogs evolved and learn about some of the many popular breeds of dogs throughout history" --Provided by publisher.

Dogs to remember. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"Read about Greyfriars? Bobby, Sergeant Stubby, and some of the other famous and heroic dogs throughout history" --Provided by publisher.

Durable goods. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
Introduction -- Living room: Furniture -- Rugs and carpets -- Electronics -- Go green! Living room -- Kitchen: Dishwashers -- Refrigerators -- Ovens -- Go green! Kitchen -- Bedroom: Mattresses -- Cell phones -- Go green! Bedroom -- Bathroom: Water use -- Toilets -- Showers and sinks -- Go green! Bathroom -- Laundry room: Washing machines -- Clothes dryers -- Go green! Laundry room -- Office: Computers -- Go green! Office -- Yard: Grills -- Lawn mowers -- Go green! Yard -- Taking action -- Activities -- Glossary -- Additional resources -- Index. "A guide to living a more environmentally friendly lifestyle by changing general practices at home and making smart choices when purchasing durable goods. Explores the harmful impact durable goods can have on the environment through the use of natural resources and energy. Features include fact boxes, sidebars, activities, glossary, list of recommended reading and Web sites, and index"--Provided by publisher.

The early days of flight. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"?Explore how the dream of flying became a reality. This book includes ancient stories of flying, pictures of 'flying machine' ideas created by Leonardo da Vinci and others, and the story of how the hot-air balloon became the first real 'flying machine' in 1783" --Provided by publisher.

Earth and Earth's moon. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
Where is Earth? -- How big is Earth? -- What does Earth look like? -- What is Earth made of? - What is Earth's atmosphere like? -- What is the weather like on Earth? -- How does Earth move around the sun? -- Why does Earth have seasons and climates? -- What is Earth's water like? -- What are Earth's landforms? -- How did Earth's land form? -- How does Earth support life? -- Where is Earth's moon? -- How big is the moon? -- What does the moon look like? -- What is the moon made of? -- What is the surface of the moon like? -- Who does the moon compare with Earth? -- How does the moon move around Earth? -- Why does the moon appear to change shape? -- How does the moon make the sun disappear? -- How does the moon affect Earth's oceans? -- How old is the moon? -- What were the first space probes to explore the moon? -- When did people travel to the moon? -- Will people return to the moon? -- What have probes discovered about the moon? -- Could there be life on the moon?. "An introduction to Earth and its moon for primary and intermediate grade students with information about their features and exploration. Includes charts and diagrams, a list of highlights for each chapter, fun facts, glossary, resource list, and index"--Provided by publisher.

Earth's features. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
Mountain -- Volcano -- Cave -- Plain -- Valley -- From mountains to valleys -- River -- Lake -- Ocean -- Island -- Rivers flow into the sea. "Introduction to landforms and bodies of water using simple text, illustrations, and photos. Features include puzzles and games, fun facts, a resource list, and an index"--Provided by publisher.

Economics. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
Features of an economy: tax collection -- Minted coins -- Banks -- Paper money -- Checks -- Stock markets -- Insurance -- Gold standard -- Labor unions -- Mail-order businesses -- Credit cards -- Bar code -- Automated teller machine -- Electronic commerce -- Economic systems: Feudalism -- Mercantilism -- Capitalism -- Communism -- Globalization -- Important dates in economics. "An exploration of the transformative impact of inventions and discoveries in the field of economics. Features include fact boxes, sidebars, biographies, and a timeline, glossary, list of recommended reading and Web sites, and index"--Provided by publisher.

Eirik the Red's saga. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The story of the famous Viking explorer who named and colonized Greenland" --Provided by publisher.

Endangered animals of Africa. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"Read about Dracula ants, baboon spiders, Goliath frogs, and many other endangered species in Africa. Endangered Animals of the World is a richly illustrated 8-volume series that focuses on endangered and extinct animals throughout different regions of the world. Extensive entries are packed with detail, including information about the animals, their habitats, the threats they face, and conservation efforts made on their behalf. Simple iconography relates reasons for endangerment, from poaching to overfishing to pollution to loss of habitat. Detailed maps provide visual learners with a reference for each animal's range. Each volume includes a list of recommended books, glossary, and index" --Provided by publisher.

Endangered animals of Asia. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"Read about Gooty tarantulas, Chinese alligators, Komodo dragons, and many other endangered species in Asia. Endangered Animals of the World is a richly illustrated 8-volume series that focuses on endangered and extinct animals throughout different regions of the world. Extensive entries are packed with detail, including information about the animals, their habitats, the threats they face, and conservation efforts made on their behalf. Simple iconography relates reasons for endangerment, from poaching to overfishing to pollution to loss of habitat. Detailed maps provide visual learners with a reference for each animal's range. Each volume includes a list of recommended books, glossary, and index" --Provided by publisher.

Endangered animals of Australia, New zealand, and Pacific Islands. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"Read about Booroolong frogs, speartooth sharks, Tasmanian devils, and many other endangered species in Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific Islands. Endangered Animals of the World is a richly illustrated 8-volume series that focuses on endangered and extinct animals throughout different regions of the world. Extensive entries are packed with detail, including information about the animals, their habitats, the threats they face, and conservation efforts made on their behalf. Simple iconography relates reasons for endangerment, from poaching to overfishing to pollution to loss of habitat. Detailed maps provide visual learners with a reference for each animal's range. Each volume includes a list of recommended books, glossary, and index" --Provided by publisher.

Endangered animals of Europe. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"Read about angel sharks, European eels, wall lizards, and many other endangered species in Europe. Endangered Animals of the World is a richly illustrated 8-volume series that focuses on endangered and extinct animals throughout different regions of the world. Extensive entries are packed with detail, including information about the animals, their habitats, the threats they face, and conservation efforts made on their behalf. Simple iconography relates reasons for endangerment, from poaching to overfishing to pollution to loss of habitat. Detailed maps provide visual learners with a reference for each animal's range. Each volume includes a list of recommended books, glossary, and index" --Provided by publisher.

Endangered animals of North America. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"Read about American crocodiles, California condors, red wolves, and many other endangered species in North America. Endangered Animals of the World is a richly illustrated 8-volume series that focuses on endangered and extinct animals throughout different regions of the world. Extensive entries are packed with detail, including information about the animals, their habitats, the threats they face, and conservation efforts made on their behalf. Simple iconography relates reasons for endangerment, from poaching to overfishing to pollution to loss of habitat. Detailed maps provide visual learners with a reference for each animal's range. Each volume includes a list of recommended books, glossary, and index" --Provided by publisher.

Endangered animals of South America. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"Read about Andean cats, spider monkeys, spectacled bears, many other endangered species in South America. Endangered Animals of the World is a richly illustrated 8-volume series that focuses on endangered and extinct animals throughout different regions of the world. Extensive entries are packed with detail, including information about the animals, their habitats, the threats they face, and conservation efforts made on their behalf. Simple iconography relates reasons for endangerment, from poaching to overfishing to pollution to loss of habitat. Detailed maps provide visual learners with a reference for each animal's range. Each volume includes a list of recommended books, glossary, and index" --Provided by publisher.

Endangered animals of the oceans. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"Read about giant clams, manatees, whale sharks, and many other endangered species in Earth's oceans. Endangered Animals of the World is a richly illustrated 8-volume series that focuses on endangered and extinct animals throughout different regions of the world. Extensive entries are packed with detail, including information about the animals, their habitats, the threats they face, and conservation efforts made on their behalf. Simple iconography relates reasons for endangerment, from poaching to overfishing to pollution to loss of habitat. Detailed maps provide visual learners with a reference for each animal's range. Each volume includes a list of recommended books, glossary, and index " --Provided by publisher.

The epic of Gilgamesh. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An epic poem from Mesopotamia, one of the oldest in world literature. The poem tells the story of Gilgamesh, an oppressive king, and Enkidu, a champion created by the gods to fight Gilgamesh. The two become friends, however, and when Enkidu dies, Gilgamesh embarks on a search for immortality" --Provided by publisher.

Extinct! Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"Read about giant dragonflies, carnivorous dinosaurs, Tasmanian tigers, and many other species that have died out and become extinct. Endangered Animals of the World is a richly illustrated 8-volume series that focuses on endangered and extinct animals throughout different regions of the world. Extensive entries are packed with detail, including information about the animals, their habitats, the threats they face, and conservation efforts made on their behalf. Simple iconography relates reasons for endangerment, from poaching to overfishing to pollution to loss of habitat. Detailed maps provide visual learners with a reference for each animal's range. Each volume includes a list of recommended books, glossary, and index" --Provided by publisher.

Federation of Australia. Chicago : World Book, c2014.
Arrival in Australia -- Free settlers -- Aborigines and European settlers -- The gold rush -- The Eureka Stockade -- New South Wales and Tasmania -- Victoria and South Australia -- Queensland and Western Australia -- Linking the colonies -- The crisis of the 1890's -- Australian nationalism -- The federal idea -- The Federal Council -- Sir Henry Parkes -- The 1890 Conference -- What form of federation? -- The First Federal Convention -- The people's conventions -- New Zealand stays out -- The Second Federal Convention -- The referendums -- The United Kingdom approves -- The birth of a nation -- The first national elections -- The new parliament -- Sir Edmund Barton -- Voting rights for women -- A new capital. "A history of the settlement and founding of Australia, based on primary source documents and other historical artifacts. Features include period art works and photographs; excerpts from literary works, letters, speeches, broadcasts, and diaries; summary boxes; a timeline; maps; and a list of additional resources"--Provided by publisher.

Fierce dinosaurs : the large Theropods. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"This volume of the Dinosaurs! series introduces readers to Tyrannosaurus and other fierce, meat-eating dinosaurs. Dinosaurs! is a four-volume series that brings into striking focus the mighty beasts that ruled our planet for millions of years. The books cover all the major groups of dinosaurs, from fierce and deadly meat-eaters to the gentle giants that fed on plants. Readers will encounter such familiar favorites as Tyrannosaurus and Apatosaurus. Features include an original drawing of each dinosaur, fun facts, a glossary, and a list of additional resources" --Provided by publisher.

The first true fliers. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"Explore the history of human flight, from the early days of balloons, airships, and gliders to the pioneering flight of the Wright brothers in 1903" --Provided by publisher.

Fish. Chicago, IL : World Book, c2013.
"An introduction to fish and their physical characteristics, life cycle, behaviors, and adaptations to various underwater habitats. Features include maps, diagrams, fun facts, glossary, resource list, and index"--Provided by publisher.

Flying foxes and other bats. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"Where in the world to flying foxes and other bats live? How do flying foxes and other bats see? Are some bats vampires? Read this book to find out! World Book?s Animals of the World provides an extensive library of books about animals for children who love animal picture books and answers questions that inquisitive older kids have about animals. Each two-page spread includes a full-page, full-color picture, map, or illustration. All animal books include instructive animal classification charts to show students where the featured animals fit into the animal kingdom. A table of contents, glossary, list of fun facts, and index help to ensure that children get the most out of each animal book" --Provided by publisher.

Folk-lore and legends : German. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Presents significant folk tales and legends from the German tradition" --Provided by publisher.

Folk-lore and legends : North American Indian. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of folk tales and myths focusing on the culture, history, and traditions of Native Americans" --Provided by publisher.

Folk-lore and legends : Scandinavian. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of folklore, legends, and stories that reflect the history and traditional beliefs of the Scandinavian people" --Provided by publisher.

Folk lore and legends ; Scotland. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"This work is a compilation of popular and distinctively Scottish folk lore and legends" --Provided by publisher.

Folk tales every child should know. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"This childrens book contains a compliation of popular folk tales from various nations and traditions" --Provided by publisher.

Forests and wetlands. Chicago, IL : World Book, c2013.
What are forests? -- Forest ecology -- Temperate deciduous forests -- Temperate coniferous forests -- Boreal forests -- Tropical rain forests -- Tropical seasonal forests -- Logging -- Farming -- Industrial pollution -- Warfare -- Climate change -- What are wetlands? -- Wetland ecology -- Marshes -- Swamps -- Bogs and fens -- Human settlement -- Pollution -- Invasive species -- Climate change -- Activities -- Glossary -- Additional resources -- Index. "General overview of forest and wetland ecosystems, including an exploration of disturbances these ecosystems face due to human interference and climate change, and current conservation and reclamation efforts. Features include fact boxes, sidebars, activities, glossary, list of recommended reading and Web sites, and index"--Provided by publisher.

Fun with cultural crafts and performing arts. Chicago : World Book, Inc., c2013.
What are crafts and performing arts? -- In stitches -- Basic stitching -- Learn to embroider -- Use batik to make a picture -- Weave a paper mat -- Origami -- Make origami paper dolls -- Make a paper lantern -- Paper cutting -- Native American pottery -- Make play clay -- Play with clay -- Make a clay pot -- Celebrating with crafts -- Make an owl pi?ata -- Music around the world -- Make musical instruments -- Moving to music -- Learn an Irish jig -- Theater around the world -- Stage an African folk tale -- Make costumes -- Many puppets from many places -- Make a sock puppet -- Stage a shadow play. "An activity-based volume that introduces cultural crafts and performing arts from around the world. Features include a glossary, an additional resource list, and an index"--Provided by publisher.

Fun with numbers. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
Numbers everywhere -- Counting -- Tools for counting -- Make your own abacus -- What are numerals? -- Numeral systems -- Counting with ancient numerals -- What are Hindu and Arabic numerals? -- The invention of zero -- What is addition? -- Patterns in addition -- Addition facts -- You can add -- What is subtraction? -- You can subtract -- Backward puzzles -- What is multiplication? -- Counting squares -- Multiplication tricks -- What is division? -- What are fractions? -- Heads or tails -- What are the chances? -- Statistics and sports -- Getting graphic -- Calculators and computers -- Calculator games - What are binary numbers? -- Fun with codes. "An activity-based volume that introduces such mathematical concepts as addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, and statistics. Features include a glossary, an additional resource list, and an index"--Provided by publisher.

Fun with painting and sculpture. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
What are the visual arts? -- Let's paint -- Make your own paint -- Make your own palette -- String designs -- Breath and finger painting -- The color of shadows -- Tints and shades -- Out of the blue -- A lasting impression -- Light and dark -- Putting it in perspective -- Pictures good enough to eat -- You're the artist -- The tale of Beatrix Potter -- Working with water colors -- Make your own animal art -- What is sculpture? -- The master of marble ; Auguste Rodin's lifelike sculpture -- Make play clay -- Molding clay -- Make clay animal sculptures -- Alexander Calder : the man who made mobiles -- Make a mobile -- Collage -- Create a collage -- A trip to the art museum -- Become an art detective. "An activity-based volume that introduces the visual arts. Features include a glossary, an additional resource list, and an index"--Provided by publisher.

Fun with shapes. Chicago, IL : World Book, c2013.
Shapes everywhere -- Shape tangle -- Lines and points -- Angles -- Edible angles -- Triangles -- Counting triangles -- Four-sided shapes -- Disappearing squares -- Polyominoes -- Square puzzle -- The 3-4-5 triangle -- Angles of a triangle -- Polygons -- Lines of symmetry -- Tangrams -- Decorate with shapes -- Around and around -- Draw a circle -- Congruent shapes -- What is the perimeter? -- What is the area? -- Solid shapes -- What is the volume? -- Units of measurement -- Building with shapes. "An activity-based volume that introduces early concepts in geometry. Features include a glossary, an additional resource list, and an index"--.

Galaxies. Chicago : World Book, 2013.
What is a galaxy? -- How many galaxies are there? -- Focus on: grouping galaxies -- What is a spiral galaxy? -- What is an elliptical galaxy? -- What is an irregular galaxy? -- Focus on: peculiar galaxies -- Do galaxies usually exist in groups? -- How large are galaxies? -- Which is the most distant galaxy? -- Focus on: the galaxy we live in -- What is the nearest galaxy to ours? -- Do galaxies move around? -- How fast does a galaxy move? -- Do galaxies ever merge? -- Focus on: colossal collisions -- Who discovered that galaxies exist? -- Why does a galaxy glow? -- How do astronomers use light to study galaxies? -- How do astronomers count galaxies? -- When did galaxies start to form? -- How did galaxies form? -- Are new stars forming in galaxies? -- Are galaxies forming now? -- Focus on: gravity: a galactic glue -- Can galaxies die? -- What are some remaining mysteries about galaxies?. "An introduction to galaxies with information about their formation and characteristics. Includes diagrams, fun facts, glossary, resource list, and index"--Provided by publisher.

Galaxies and the universe. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
What is a galaxy? -- What are galaxies made of? -- Which galaxy are we in? -- What is the shape of the Milky Way? -- How big is the Milky Way? -- Where is the solar system in the Milky Way? -- How did the solar system form in the Milky Way? -- What other galaxies are near the Milky Way? -- How does the Milky Way travel through space? -- What is special about the Milky Way? -- How do galaxies form? -- What types of galaxies are there? -- Can galaxies run into each other? -- What is the universe? -- How old is the universe? -- How big is the universe? -- Is the universe changing? -- How do galaxies move as space expands? -- What was the big bang? -- Is the universe expanding faster than it used to? -- How have we learned so much about the universe? -- How do astronomers study the universe? -- What is dark matter? -- What are black holes? -- What are pulsars? -- What are star clusters? -- Could life exist elsewhere in the universe? -- How will the universe end?. "An introduction to galaxies and the universe for primary and intermediate grade students, with information about their formation and features. Includes a list of highlights for each chapter, fun facts, glossary, resource list, and index"--.

Giant dinosaurs : the Sauropods. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"This volume of the Dinosaurs! series introduces readers to a group of giant, plant-eating dinosaurs called sauropods. Sauropods were the largest dinosaurs to ever walk on Earth. Dinosaurs! is a four-volume series that brings into striking focus the mighty beasts that ruled our planet for millions of years. The books cover all the major groups of dinosaurs, from fierce and deadly meat-eaters to the gentle giants that fed on plants. Readers will encounter such familiar favorites as Tyrannosaurus and Apatosaurus. Features include an original drawing of each dinosaur, fun facts, a glossary, and a list of additional resources" --Provided by publisher.

Golden retrievers and other sporting dogs. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"When and where did the golden retriever breed first appear? What kind of personality might a golden retriever have? How did breeds of sporting dogs develop? Read this book to find out! World Book?s Animals of the World provides an extensive library of books about animals for children who love animal picture books and answers questions that inquisitive older kids have about animals. Each two-page spread includes a full-page, full-color picture, map, or illustration. All animal books include instructive animal classification charts to show students where the featured animals fit into the animal kingdom. A table of contents, glossary, list of fun facts, and index help to ensure that children get the most out of each animal book" --Provided by publisher.

Good food for you. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
Food groups -- Grains -- Vegetables -- Fruits -- Summer harvest -- Meat and beans -- Milk -- Fats -- Eating healthy -- Living healthy -- Make it a good morning! -- Did you know? -- Puzzles -- True or false. "Introduction to common hobbies and character development using simple text, illustrations, and photos. Features include puzzles and games, fun facts, a resource list, and an index"--Provided by publisher.

Gorillas and other apes. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"Where in the world do gorillas and other apes live? Are gorillas as fierce as they look? How do gorillas and other apes communicate? Read this book to find out! World Book?s Animals of the World provides an extensive library of books about animals for children who love animal picture books and answers questions that inquisitive older kids have about animals. Each two-page spread includes a full-page, full-color picture, map, or illustration. All animal books include instructive animal classification charts to show students where the featured animals fit into the animal kingdom. A table of contents, glossary, list of fun facts, and index help to ensure that children get the most out of each animal book" --Provided by publisher.

The Great Depression. Chicago : World Book, Inc., c2014.
What was the Great Depression? -- The roaring twenties -- Haves and have-nots -- Down on the farm -- Risky bets -- The crash -- Credit and debt -- Bank failures -- The collapse of world trade -- Unemployment -- President Hoover -- Hoovervilles and hobos -- Hunger and food marches -- The bonus army -- FDR-the people's choice -- The president's first move -- The New Deal -- Working towards recovery -- Opposition to the New Deal -- The second New Deal -- The Dust Bowl -- Making do -- Keeping the spirits up -- Cultural programs -- Crime -- The Depression in the U.K -- The Depression in Europe -- It ends in war -- Timeline. "A history of the Great Depression, based on primary source documents and other historical artifacts. Features include period art works and photographs; excerpts from literary works, letters, speeches, broadcasts, and diaries; summary boxes; a timeline; maps; and a list of additional resources"--Provided by publisher.

Great pirate stories. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Great stories told about pirates" --Provided by publisher.

Great sea stories. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Stories of people who braved sailing on the sea" --Provided by publisher.

Green anoles and other pet lizards. Chicago, IL : World Book, c2014.
Glossary -- Index and resource list -- Lizard classification. Why do green anoles shed their skin? -- What are other kinds of anoles? -- What are other kinds of pet lizards? -- What is a gecko? -- What is an iguana? -- What is a chameleon? -- What is a blue-tongued skink? -- What is a bearded dragon? -- What kinds of fun can you have with your green anole? -- What are some common signs of illness in a green anole? -- What routine veterinary care is needed? -- What are your responsibilities as an owner? -- Lizard fun facts. What is a lizard? -- Is a lizard the right pet for you? -- Where do green anoles and other lizards live? -- What does a green anole look like? -- What does "cold-blooded" mean? -- What should you look for when buying a green anole? -- What does a green anole eat? -- Where should a green anole be kept? -- Why is temperature important? -- Why is light important? -- Why is humidity important? -- How do you keep a terrarium clean? -- How should you handle a green anole? -- Why do green anoles have a fan on their throat? -- Why do green anoles change color? -- How do green anoles escape attackers?. "An introduction to green anoles and other pet lizards, presented in a highly illustrated, question-and-answer format. Features include fun facts, glossary, resource list, index, and scientific classification list" --Provided by publisher.

Green buildings. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
What is green architecture? -- Building materials -- Flooring -- Walls -- Doors -- Windows -- Lighting -- Roofing -- Electricity -- Water use -- Heating and cooling -- Landscaping -- Green buildings, Melbourne's Council House 2 -- Sidwell Friends' Middle School -- Extreme green -- Government action -- Activities. "An exploration of green architectural principles and practices. Features include fact boxes, sidebars, activities, glossary, list of recommended reading and Web sites, and index"--Provided by publisher.

Green transportation. Chicago, IL : World Book, c2013.
Transportation: Basic human need -- Automobiles -- Automobile pollution -- Suffering cities -- Biofuels -- Electric cars and hybrids -- Alternative vehicles -- Motorcycles -- Motorcycle alternatives -- Trucks -- Diesel engine -- Making diesel green -- Buses -- Trains -- Transporting people -- Trains for mass transit -- Ships and boats -- Biodiesel power -- Solar-sail power -- Airplanes -- Air travel and pollution -- Innovations in aviation -- Governments and transportation -- What governments need to do -- What you can do -- Activities -- Glossary -- Additional resources -- Index. "An overview of current efforts to reduce the environmental impact of various forms of transportation. Topics include biofuels, hybrid and battery-powered vehicles, fuel cell batteries, and solar technology. Features include fact boxes, glossary, activities, list of recommended reading and Web sites, and index"--Provided by publisher.

Hamsters and other pet rodents. Chicago, IL : World Book, c2015.
"Where do hamsters live in the wild? What should you look for when choosing a pet hamster? What kind of personality might a hamster have? Read this book to find out!" --Provided by publisher.

The high history of the Holy Graal. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A 13th century Arthurian romance, originally written in Old French and supposedly a sequel to Perceval, the Story of the Grail, by Chretien de Troyes. It is also called Perlesvaus" --Provided by publisher.

Holland lops and other rabbits. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"What does a Holland Lop rabbit eat? Where should a pet Holland Lop be kept? What are common signs of illness in rabbits? Read this book to find out! World Book?s Animals of the World provides an extensive library of books about animals for children who love animal picture books and answers questions that inquisitive older kids have about animals. Each two-page spread includes a full-page, full-color picture, map, or illustration. All animal books include instructive animal classification charts to show students where the featured animals fit into the animal kingdom. A table of contents, glossary, list of fun facts, and index help to ensure that children get the most out of each animal book" --Provided by publisher.

The Hopi. Chicago : World Book, c2014.
"Explore the history and culture of the Hopi people. Most Hopis live in villages on or near three high mesas in Arizona." --Provided by publisher.

Human space exploration. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
Where does space begin? -- What were the first probes launched into space? -- What was the "space race"? -- What were the first piloted spacecraft life? -- What gives a spacecraft the power for liftoff? -- Is space exploration dangerous? -- What is microgravity and how does it affect space travel? -- Who were the first people to travel in space? -- Who was the first person to walk in space? To walk on the moon? -- What did astronauts take from the moon? Leave on the moon? -- What were some notable astronauts? -- What kinds of scientific experiments have been carried out in space? -- What is the space shuttle like? -- What do astronauts eat in space? -- How to astronauts stay clean in space? -- What do astronauts wear on a space mission? -- How do astronauts sleep in space? -- What is the space shuttle used for? -- How do astronauts train for shuttle missions? -- Who manages the shuttle from Earth? -- What will replace the space shuttle? -- What is a space station? -- What is the International Space Station? -- What have we learned so far on the International Space Station? -- What useful things on Earth were created for the space program? -- How can kids get involved ins pace exploration? -- Can tourists travel into space? -- So you want to become a space explorer?. "An introduction to human space exploration for primary and intermediate grade students, with information about the early history of space travel and current space exploration. Includes a list of highlights for each chapter, fun facts, glossary, resource list, and index"--.

Icy worlds. Chicago : World Book, c2014.
Introducing icy worlds -- The polar regions -- High, icy places -- Ice that comes and goes -- Ice Ages -- Glaciers -- Sea ice -- Icebergs -- Lands and seas of the Arctic -- Arctic explorers -- Plant life of the Arctic -- Animal life of the Arctic -- People of the Arctic -- Arctic warming -- Land and seas of Antarctica -- Ice shelves -- Antarctic explorers -- Is Antarctica a country? -- Living things in Antarctica -- Scientific stations -- Warming in Antarctica -- Environmental threats to polar regions -- Using -- and sharing -- Earth's icy worlds -- Windows into the past -- Ice on other worlds -- Glossary. "An introduction to regions with cold climates, including Earth's polar regions and high-elevation mountain regions, with information about the animals, plants, and people that live there and the explorers who first described these areas. Features include fact boxes, illustrations, period photographs, a glossary, and a list of recommended books and websites"--Provided by publisher.

Independence of India and Pakistan. Chicago : World Book, c2014.
India and the Europeans -- The British Raj -- Roots of Indian nationalism -- The Congress Party -- Bengal and bloodshed -- World War I -- Amritsar Massacre -- Reform -- Mohandas Gandhi -- Divided campaigners -- A new Constitution -- The idea of Pakistan -- World War II -- Industry and famine -- Quit India -- Deadlock -- Direct action -- Partition -- Yet more violence -- Refugees -- Princely decisions -- Punjab and Bengal -- Two nations -- Governor-General Jinnah -- Kashmir -- Gandhi assassinated -- India since independence -- Independent Pakistan -- Timeline. "A history of the struggle for independence in India and Pakistan, based on primary source documents and other historical artifacts. Features include period art works and photographs; excerpts from literary works, letters, speeches, broadcasts, and diaries; summary boxes; a timeline; maps; and a list of additional resources"--Provided by publisher.

Indians of Eastern North America. Chicago : World Book, Inc., c2013.
Who were the Indians of Eastern North America? -- A land of trees and water -- Notable achievements -- Mound builders -- The Mississippians -- Binding ties -- Indian society -- Leaders who made a difference -- War -- The roles of men and women -- Law of the people -- Living with the spirits -- Health and medicine -- Honoring life and death -- Useful art -- Recording history -- Villages and towns -- Shelters -- Clothing and decoration -- Transportation -- The forest's bounty -- Working the soil -- Learning traditions -- Sports and games -- Music and dance -- A changing way of life -- Forced to leave -- Living today. "A discussion of the Indians of the eastern part of North America, including who the people were, where they lived, the rise of civilization, social structure, religion, art and architecture, science and technology, daily life, entertainment and sports, and fall of civilization. Features include timelines, fact boxes, glossary, list of recommended readings and web sites, and index"--Provided by publisher.

Indians of the Northwest Coast and Plateau. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
Who were the Indians of the Northwest Coast and Plateau cultural areas? -- A land of plenty -- Indian society -- Tribal leaders -- The roles of men and women -- Slaves in Indian society -- Making war -- The spirit world -- Guardian spirits -- Potlatch ceremonies -- Food ceremonies -- Weddings and funerals -- Everyday works of art -- Indian carvings -- Pictures in stone -- Traditional upbringing -- Indian villages -- Homes for all seasons -- Clothing and jewelry -- Fishing for a meal -- Hunting and gathering -- Mealtimes -- Life lessons -- Transportation -- Trading among tribes -- Sports and games -- A changing way of life -- Holding on to tradition. "A discussion of the Indians of the Northwest Coast and Plateau, including who the people were, where they lived, the rise of civilization, social structure, religion, art and architecture, science and technology, daily life, entertainment and sports, and fall of civilization. Features include timelines, fact boxes, glossary, list of recommended readings and web sites, and index"--Provided by publisher.

Indians of the Plains and Great Basin. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
Who were the Indians of the Plains and Great Basin? -- Where did the Indians of the Plains and Great Basin live? -- The first Indians -- Ways of communicating -- Social organization -- Leading the people -- Spiritual leaders -- Indian warriors -- Men's and women's roles -- Crime and punishment -- Sacred objects -- Sacred ceremonies -- Celebrating the dead -- Rock art -- Everyday art -- Courtship and marriage -- Growing up in Indian society -- Shelter -- Clothing and jewelry -- Big game hunting -- Capturing small prey -- Food from the land -- Sports and games -- Making their way -- Music and dance -- The beginning of the end -- The Indian Wars -- The people today. "A discussion of the Indians of the Plains, including who they were, where they lived, the rise of civilization, social structure, religion, art and architecture, science and technology, daily life, entertainment and sports, and fall of civilization. Features include fact boxes, glossary, list of recommended reading, and web sites, and index"--Provided by publisher.

Indians of the Southwest. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
Who were the Ancient Indians of the southwest? -- The ancestral puebloans and where they lived -- the Mogollon, Hohokam, and Patayan and where they lived -- Living off the land -- A blending of cultures -- Prehistoric societies -- The roles of men and women -- The spirit world -- Prehistoric rituals and ceremonies -- Sky watchers -- Prehistoric fashion -- Early farmers -- The land provides -- Food for today and tomorrow -- Life lessons -- The lighter side of life -- Houses in the earth -- Villages of stone -- Chaco canyon: the center of their world -- Signs of trouble? -- Time for beauty -- Rock art -- Everyday works of art -- Great cultures in decline -- Why did they leave? -- Traces of the vanished ones -- Descendants of the old people -- The people continue. "A discussion of the Indians of the Southwest, including who they were, where they lived, the rise of civilization, social structure, religion, art and architecture, science and technology, daily life, entertainment and sports, and fall of civilization. Features include timelines, fact boxes, glossary, list of recommended reading and web sites, and index"--Provided by publisher.

Industry and manufacturing. Chicago, IL : World Book, c2013.
Fire -- Manufactured glass -- Gears -- Pulleys and levers -- Concrete -- Coal -- Steam engine -- Electricity and magnetism -- Petroleum industry -- Steel -- Refrigeration -- Plastics -- Steam turbines -- Assembly line -- Adhesives -- Transistors -- Lasers -- Robotics -- Biotechnology -- Important dates in industry and manufacturing. "An exploration of the transformative impact of inventions and discoveries in industry and manufacturing. Features include fact boxes, sidebars, biographies, timeline, glossary, list of recommended reading and Web sites, and index"--Provided by publisher.

Insects and spiders. Chicago : World Book, c2014.
Introducing insects and spiders -- Features of insects -- Astonishing ants -- Ants at work -- Bees are busy -- Meet the beetle s-- True bugs -- Flies are fast -- Beautiful butterflies -- Magnificent moths -- Insect communication -- Frog egg to adult -- Feeding -- Insect homes -- Going places -- Dealing with danger -- Hide and seek -- Look-alikes -- Insects and flowers -- Mass movements -- Pests and parasites -- Useful insects -- Spiders -- Amazing silk spinners -- Skilled hunters -- Spider life cycle -- Spiders and people -- Other arachnids -- Facts and figures. "An introduction to insects and spiders, including their varieties, development, physical features, behavior, and social organization. Features include fact boxes, photographs, illustrations, a glossary, and a list of recommended books and websites"--Provided by publisher.

Insects and spiders. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
"An introduction to insects and spiders and their physical characteristics, life cycles, behaviors, and adaptations to various habitats. Features include diagrams, fun facts, glossary, resource list, and index"--Provided by publisher.

The Inuit. Chicago : World Book, c2014.
"This volume of Native North Americans explores the history and culture of the Inuit. The Inuit are a people who live in and near the Arctic." --Provided by publisher.

Inventions and discoveries. Chicago : World Book, a Scott Fetzer company, c2014.
Introducing Inventions and discoveries -- Why people invent -- Early inventions -- Inventors in Ancient Greece -- The spread of knowledge -- Inventions at sea -- The age of ideas -- Discoveries in astronomy -- Newton and a New World -- The industrial revolution -- Steam on water, steam on rails -- Machines on the farm -- Electric power switches on -- Communication speeds up -- Capturing images and motion -- The great inventor -- People on wheels -- Medical progress -- Radio makes waves -- The television age -- Flying high -- Computers -- The internet -- The history of inventions and discoveries. "An introduction to inventions and discoveries from ancient to modern times, including how they were developed and their effects on society. Features include fact boxes, illustrations, period photographs, a timeline, a glossary, and a list of recommended books and websites"--Provided by publisher.

The Iroquois. Chicago : World Book, c2014.
"Explore the history and culture of the Iroquois people. The Iroquois lived in most of what is now New York state." --Provided by publisher.

Jupiter and the asteroids. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
Where is Jupiter? -- How big is Jupiter? -- What does Jupiter look like? -- What is Jupiter made of? -- How does Jupiter compare with Earth? -- What is Jupiter's atmosphere made of? -- What is the weather like on Jupiter? -- How fast do winds blow on Jupiter? -- How does Jupiter move around the sun? -- Does Jupiter have a surface? -- How many moons does Jupiter have? -- What are the "Galilean moons"? What are some of Jupiter's other moons? -- Does Jupiter have rings? -- How did Jupiter get its name? -- Which space missions have studied Jupiter? -- Could there be life on Jupiter or its moons? -- What are Jupiter's rocky neighbors? -- What is the main belt? -- Are all asteroids found in the main belt? -- What is Ceres? -- Where is Ceres? -- Who discovered Ceres? -- What is the connection between Jupiter and the main belt? -- What do asteroids look like? -- Which space missions have studied asteroids? -- What can we learn from asteroids? -- Are asteroids dangerous?. "An introduction to Jupiter and asteroids for primary and intermediate grade students, with information about their features and exploration. Includes a list of highlights for each chapter, fun facts, glossary, resource list, and index"--.

The Koran. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The primary religious text of Islam, regarded to be revelation given by God to the Prophet Muhammad through the angel Gabriel, in the form of recitations. These recitations were collected by Muhammad's followers after his death" --Provided by publisher.

Learning about animals. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
What is an animal? -- Where do animals live? -- What are mammals? -- Mammal babies -- Mammal homes -- Tracking animals -- What are birds? -- From egg to baby bird -- Feathers, wings, and feet -- Shovels, nutcrackers, and spears -- What are reptiles? -- If you were cold-blooded -- Turtles and tortoises -- Lizards and snakes -- Alligators and crocodiles -- What are amphibians? -- The frog life cycle -- What are fish? -- Sharks and rays -- Hunting and hiding -- Fish school game -- What are invertebrates? -- Magnificent mollusks -- Corals -- Coral reefs -- What are arthropods? -- Insects and spiders -- The butterfly life cycle -- Animals in danger. "An activity-based volume that introduces different animal groups and their characteristics. Features include a glossary, additional resource list, and an index"--Provided by publisher.

Learning about energy, forces, and motion. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
What is energy? -- Energy from the sun -- Make a solar collector -- Energy from wind -- Energy from burning -- Make a snake dancer -- Energy from electricity -- It's electric -- Energy from atoms -- What makes it work? -- Forces and motion -- Energy and motion -- Make a spool engine -- The invisible push -- A force for stopping -- Working with friction -- A downward pull -- Balanced forces -- Making work easier -- What are levers? -- Make a lever -- What are inclined planes? -- Make an inclined plane -- What are wedges? -- What are screws? -- What are wheels and axles? -- What are pulleys? -- Make a complex machine -- Identify simple machines. "An activity-based volume that introduces early-level physical science concepts, including energy and motion, different types of forces, and simple machines. Features include a glossary, an additional resource list, and an index"--.

Learning about matter. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
What is matter? -- Measuring matter -- How much does it weigh? -- How much will it hold? -- Units of measurement -- How long is it? -- Properties of matter -- Floating and sinking -- Test the properties of matter -- What is matter made of? -- Elements and compounds -- Model chemical compounds -- What are states of matter? -- Mealtime matter -- Heating matter -- Cooling matter -- Moving molecules -- As warm as toast -- What makes a hot air balloon fly? -- Growing gas -- What makes a pot lid bounce? -- Making changes -- Mixing matter -- Separating parts of a mixture -- Mixing things up -- What are chemical changes? -- Changing change -- How do we group matter? -- The periodic table. "An activity-based volume that introduces early-level physical science concepts, including the properties of matter, structure of matter, states of matter, physical and chemical changes to matter, compounds and elements, and the periodic table. Features include a glossary, an additional resource list, and an index"--.

Learning about plants. Chicago : World Book, 2013.
What is a plant? -- Parts of a plant -- What makes leaves green? -- Choose your plants -- Where do plants live? -- Kinds of plants -- What are seeds? -- What do seeds need to grow? -- Seeds on the move -- Making seeds -- Make a model flower -- Traveling pollen -- The life cycle of a seed plant -- Rooting roots -- Plant workout -- Making plants without seeds -- The largest plants -- Broadleaf trees -- Needleleaf trees -- How tall is that tree? -- Strange and unusual plants -- Plants that eat insects -- Not really plants -- How plants help us -- Watch a plant make oxygen -- Plants in danger -- What's being done? -- How you can help -- Gardens in a glass. "An activity-based volume that introduces such topics as the parts of a plant and their function, different kinds of plants, plant reproduction, plant adaptations, the importance of plants to people, and endangered plants. Features include a glossary, additional resource list, and an index"--Provided by publisher.

Learning about the sun, moon, planets, and stars. Chicago, IL : World Book, c2013.
What is the universe? -- A spinning world -- Draw an orbit -- What is the sun? -- Scaling the sun -- Why does the sun disappear at night? -- Eyes on the skies -- Where's your shadow? -- What are seasons? -- An eclipse of the sun -- What is the moon? -- What is the moon like? -- Why does the moon change shape? -- Phases of the moon -- What is the solar system? -- Mercury -- Venus -- Earth -- Mars -- Jupiter -- Saturn -- Uranus -- Neptune -- The moons of other planets -- Make a space mobile -- What are stars? -- Star pictures -- Planetarium at home -- Observing the night sky -- Tabletop telescope -- Exploring the universe -- Make rocket fuel. "An activity-based volume that introduces early-level astronomy concepts, including the sun, moon, stars, and planets in our solar system. Features include a glossary, an additional resource list, and an index"--Provided by publisher.

Learning about weather. Chicago, IL : World Book, c2013.
What is weather? -- Measure the weather -- Earth's atmosphere -- What is air made of? -- How does air push? -- A sunny day -- A windy day -- Make your own wind sock -- What are fronts? -- A cloudy day -- Kinds of clouds -- Make your own cloud -- A rainy day -- How much rain fell? -- A snowy day -- Make your own snowflakes -- Thunder and lightning -- How thunderstorms form -- Extreme weather -- What are hurricanes? -- Make your own barometer -- What are tornadoes? -- Make your own tornado -- Weather watchers -- Make your own hygrometer -- What causes seasons? -- What is climate? -- A warming earth --- How can we protect earth?. "An activity-based volume that introduces different types of weather. Features include a glossary, additional resource list, and an index"--.

Letters between President Kennedy and Chairman Khrushchev, October 1962. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The record of correspondence between the leaders of the United States and Russia during the Cold War" --Provided by publisher.

Mammals. Chicago, IL : World Book, c2013.
"An introduction to mammals and their physical characteristics, life cycle, behaviors, and adaptations to various habitats. Features include maps, diagrams, fun facts, glossary, resource list, and index"--Provided by publisher.

The Maori. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
Who are the Maori? -- Navigators of the Pacific -- How do we know about Maori history? -- Maori society -- The power of the chiefs -- Fierce warriors -- Tactics and weapons -- Maori women and men -- Specialists and their skills -- Prisoners and slaves -- Law and order -- Religious beliefs -- Creation stories -- Rituals of life and death -- Maori arts and crafts -- Body art -- The Marae -- Family life -- Maori settlements -- Clothing and adornment -- Hunting, fishing, and farming -- Education and language -- Sports and games -- Music and dance -- Maori and Pakeha -- The treaty of Waitangi -- Decline and revival -- Tradition and change. "A discussion of the Maori, including their history, social structure, religion, art and architecture, science and technology, daily life, and entertainment and sports, as well as the decline and revitalization of the Maori culture. Features include timelines, fact boxes, glossary, list of recommended reading and web sites, and index"--Provided by publisher.

Mars. Chicago, IL : World Book, c2013.
Where is Mars? -- How big is Mars? -- What does Mars look like? -- What is Mars made of? -- How does Mars compare with Earth? -- What is the atmosphere of Mars made of? -- Has the atmosphere of Mars changed over time? -- Is there water on Mars? -- Does Mars have rivers? -- Was Mars ever like Earth? -- What is the weather like on Mars? -- Does Mars have seasons? -- How does Mars move around the sun? -- What is the surface of Mars like? -- What is the largest canyon system on Mars/ -- What is the largest volcano on Mars? -- What is the largest crater on Mars? -- What are the Martial poles like? -- Does Mars have a face? -- Are there pieces of Mars on Earth? -- How many moons does Mars have? -- What were some early ideas about Mars? -- How did Mars get its name? -- Where is Mars in the night sky? -- Which space missions have studies Mars? -- Will astronauts ever visit Mars? -- Will people ever colonize Mars? -- Could there be life on Mars?. "An introduction to Mars for primary and intermediate grade students with information about its features and exploration. Includes charts and diagrams, a list of highlights for each chapter, fun facts, glossary, resource list, and index"--Provided by publisher.

Mathematics. Chicago, IL : World Book, 2013.
Abacus -- Numerals -- Fractions -- Units of length -- Pythagorean theorem -- Geometry -- Prime numbers -- Value of Pi -- Algebra -- Concept of zero -- Decimal system -- Sector -- Calculators -- Probability theory -- Binary number system -- Calculus -- Metric system -- Mechanical computer -- Chaos theory -- Important dates in mathematics. An exploration of the transformative impact of inventions and discoveries in mathematics. Features include fact boxes, sidebars, biographies, timeline, glossary, list of recommended reading and Web sites, and index.

The Maya. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
Who were the Maya? -- Where did the Maya live? -- The origin of the Mayan civilization -- Mayan civilization at its peak -- Social classes -- The elite -- Religious leaders -- Commoners -- Government -- Warfare -- Beliefs and gods -- Ceremonies and festivals -- Cities -- Temples -- Palaces -- Painting and sculpture -- Pottery -- Mathematics and astronomy -- Calendars -- Writing -- Family life -- Clothing and personal appearance -- Food and drink -- Ball and board games -- Trade and transportation -- The mystery of the classic period collapse -- The postclassic period and afterward -- The Maya today. "A discussion of the Maya, including who the people were, where they lived, the rise of civilization, social structure, religion, art and architecture, science and technology, daily life, and entertainment and sports. Features include timelines, fact boxes, glossary, list of recommended reading and web sites, and index"--Provided by publisher.

Medicine. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
Early surgery -- Discovery of germs -- Smallpox vaccine -- Anesthesia -- Aspirin -- Antiseptics -- X ray -- Electrocardiograph -- Insulin -- Penicillin -- Antibiotics -- Chemotherapy -- Polio vaccine -- Organ transplants -- Artificial heart -- Laser surgery -- Imaging technologies -- Gene therapy -- Stem cell research -- Important dates in medicine. "An exploration of the transformative impact of inventions and discoveries in the field of medicine. Features include fact boxes, sidebars, biographies, and a timeline, glossary, list of recommended reading and Web sites, and index"--Provided by publisher.

Mercury and Venus. Chicago, IL : World Book, c2013.
Where is Mercury? -- How big is Mercury? -- What does Mercury look like? -- What is Mercury made of? -- What is Mercury's atmosphere made of? -- What is the weather like on Mercury? -- How does Mercury compare with Earth? -- How does mercury move around the sun? -- Why does Mercury have so many craters? -- How did Mercury get its name? -- Where is Mercury in Earth's sky? -- Which space missions have studied Mercury? -- Could there be life on Mercury? -- Where is Venus? -- How big is Venus? -- What does Venus look like? -- What is Venus made of? -- What is Venus's atmosphere made of? -- What is the weather like on Venus? -- How does Venus compare with Earth? -- How does Venus move around the sun? -- What is the surface of Venus like? -- Does Venus have continents? -- Does Venus have active volcanoes? -- How did Venus get its name? -- Where is Venus in Earth's sky? -- Which space missions have studied Venus? -- Could there be life on Venus?. "An introduction to Mercury and Venus for primary and intermediate grade students with information about their features and exploration. Includes charts and diagrams, a list of highlights for each chapter, fun facts, glossary, resource list, and index"--Provided by publisher.

The Milky Way. Chicago : World Book, 2013.
What is the Milky Way? -- How did the Milky Way get its name? -- Focus on: images of the Milky Way -- How much of the Milky Way can I see without a telescope? -- Why does the Milky Way glow? -- Focus on: parts of the Milky Way -- How big is the Milky Way? -- Does the Milky Way move? -- What is at the center of the Milky Way? -- How old is the Milky Way? -- Where is Earth in the Milky Way? -- Focus on: the Milky Way's position in the universe -- Are there other planetary systems in the Milky Way? -- What is the nearest star to the solar system? -- Who discovered that the Milky Way is a galaxy? -- What holds the Milky Way together? -- Focus on: the interstellar medium -- Can telescopes see the whole Milky Way? -- Are stars dying in the Milky Way? -- What is the Local Group? -- What is a globular cluster? -- What is an open cluster? -- How did the Milky Way form? -- Is the Milky Way changing? Focus on: how the Milky Way may end. An introduction to the Milky Way with information about its formation and characteristics. Includes diagrams, fun facts, a glossary, and stunning full-color illustrations.

Mollusks and similar sea creatures. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
What are mollusks? -- Snails -- Bivalves -- Octopuses and squids -- What are crustaceans? -- What are features of crustaceans? -- Lobsters and crabs -- Shrimp and krill -- Barnacles -- What are echinoderms? -- Starfish and sea urchins -- Sea cucumbers and sand dollars -- What are cnidarians? -- Corals -- Jellyfish -- Portuguese men-of-war -- What are sponges? -- How are ocean invertebrates endangered? -- Protecting ocean invertebrates. "An introduction to marine invertebrates and their physical characteristics, life cycle, behaviors, and adaptations to various habitats. Features include diagrams, fun facts, glossary, resource list, and index"--Provided by publisher.

Monarchs and other butterflies. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"Where do monarch butterflies spend the winter? What makes a monarch?s wings so beautiful? How do monarchs protect themselves? Read this book to find out! World Book?s Animals of the World provides an extensive library of books about animals for children who love animal picture books and answers questions that inquisitive older kids have about animals. Each two-page spread includes a full-page, full-color picture, map, or illustration. All animal books include instructive animal classification charts to show students where the featured animals fit into the animal kingdom. A table of contents, glossary, list of fun facts, and index help to ensure that children get the most out of each animal book" --Provided by publisher.

Monster mysteries. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"Explore famous monster mysteries. From Nessie, the Loch Ness monster, to Bigfoot?also known as Sasquatch and the abominable snowman?the book examines sightings of the creatures and the possible scientific explanations for them. Tales of Mystery and the Unknown is a richly illustrated 7-volume series that shares stories and facts behind numerous mysteries. The text and illustrations combine to help answer children?s questions about many of the strange objects, events, and creatures that continue to puzzle us today" --Provided by publisher.

Mountains, deserts, and grasslands. Chicago : World Book, 2013.
What are mountains? -- Mountains' influence on weather and climate -- Mountain climates -- Mountain plants -- Mountain animals -- Climate change and mountain glaciers -- Climate change and mountain life -- Mountains and industry -- Agriculture and tourism -- What are deserts? -- Desert weather -- Deserts of the world -- Desert plants -- Desert animals -- People and the desert -- The traffic threat -- Threats to desert life -- Climate change and deserts -- What are grasslands? -- How rainfall shapes grasslands -- Grassland plants -- Grassland animals -- Hunting and warfare -- Development -- Agriculture -- Climate change and grasslands -- Activities. "General overview of mountain, desert, and grassland ecosystems, including an exploration of disturbances these ecosystems face due to human interference and climate change; and current conservation and reclamation efforts. Features include fact boxes, sidebars, activities, glossary, list of recommended reading and Web sites, and index"--Provided by publisher.

My body. Chicago, IL : World Book, c2013.
My body -- Bones -- Muscles -- Inside my body -- Playing in the park -- My face -- See and hear -- Touch and feel -- Taste and smell -- Staying well -- Fun at the beach -- Did you know? -- Puzzles -- True or false -- Find out more -- Answers and index. "Introduction to the human body and how it works using simple text, question and answer format, illustrations and photos. Features include puzzles and games, fun facts, a resource list, and an index"--Provided by publisher.

Mysteries from long ago. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"Was Atlantis a real city? Was there a real King Arthur? What do prehistoric cave paintings mean? Read this book to find out! Tales of Mystery and the Unknown is a richly illustrated 7-volume series that shares stories and facts behind numerous mysteries. The text and illustrations combine to help answer children?s questions about many of the strange objects, events, and creatures that continue to puzzle us today" --Provided by publisher.

Mysteries in space. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"What is the nature of the mysterious material that scientists call 'dark matter'? Is there life in space? Read this book to find out! Tales of Mystery and the Unknown is a richly illustrated 7-volume series that shares stories and facts behind numerous mysteries. The text and illustrations combine to help answer children?s questions about many of the strange objects, events, and creatures that continue to puzzle us today" --Provided by publisher.

Mysteries of the sea. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"What happened to the crew aboard the Mary Celeste ship? Are there prehistoric reptiles still living in the sea? What legendary creature do giant squid resemble? Read this book to find out! Tales of Mystery and the Unknown is a richly illustrated 7-volume series that shares stories and facts behind numerous mysteries. The text and illustrations combine to help answer children?s questions about many of the strange objects, events, and creatures that continue to puzzle us today" --Provided by publisher.

Mysteries of the sky and land. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"Do UFO?s really exist? How do scientists explain crop circles and mysterious desert drawings? Read this book to find out! Tales of Mystery and the Unknown is a richly illustrated 7-volume series that shares stories and facts behind numerous mysteries. The text and illustrations combine to help answer children?s questions about many of the strange objects, events, and creatures that continue to puzzle us today" --Provided by publisher.

Nature's patterns. Chicago, Ill. : World Book, c2013.
Day and night -- Moon -- Tides -- Stars -- From sea to sky -- Season to season -- Animals on the go -- Animal life cycles -- Forest cycles -- Water cycle -- In the woods -- Did you know? -- Puzzles -- True or false -- Find out more -- Answers and index. "Introduction to patterns in nature, such as the movement of stars, the lunar cycle, the seasons, and animal migrations. The volume uses simple text, illustrations, and photos. Features include puzzles and games, fun facts, a resource list, and an index" --Provided by publisher.

Nature's places. Chicago, IL : World Book, c2013.
Desert -- Forest -- Grassland -- Wetland -- Vacation photos -- Rain forest -- Polar region -- Coral reef -- Tiny worlds -- Unusual places -- Science fair -- Did you know? -- Puzzles -- True or false. "Introduction to natural habitats using simple text, illustrations, and photos. Features include puzzles and games, fun facts, a resource list, and an index"--Provided by publisher.

Neptune, comets, and dwarf planets. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
Where is Neptune? -- How big is Neptune? -- What does Neptune look like? -- What is Neptune made of? -- What is Neptune's atmosphere made of? -- What is the weather like on Neptune? -- How does Neptune compare with Earth? -- How does Neptune move around the sun? -- What are Neptune's rings made of? -- How many moons does Neptune have? -- What is unusual about Neptune's moon Triton? -- How did Neptune get its name? -- Which space missions have studied Neptune? -- Could there be life on Neptune or its moons? -- What is a comet? -- Where do comets come from? -- What is a dwarf planet? -- Where are the dwarf planets? -- How big are the dwarf planets? -- What are the dwarf planets made of? -- What does Pluto look like? -- How does Pluto move around the sun? -- Is there a space mission to study Pluto? -- What does Ceres look like? -- What does Eris look like? -- What does Makemake look like? -- What does Haumea look like? -- Could there be other dwarf planets?. "An introduction to Neptune, comets, and dwarf planets for primary and intermediate grade students with information about their features and exploration. Includes charts and diagrams, a list of highlights for each chapter, fun facts, glossary, resource list, and index"--Provided by publisher.

Observatories in space. Chicago, IL : World Book, c2013.
Introduction -- Why do astronomers need observatories in air and in space? -- Focus on: balloon observatories -- What is an airborne observatory? -- What are sounding rockets? -- What are space probes? -- What is an orbiting observatory? -- What were the first observatories in space? -- How does an observatory get into space? -- What are the parts of an orbiting observatory? -- Focus on: the electromagnetic spectrum -- What can astronomers learn by studying light from space? -- What is the Hubble Space Telescope? -- Focus on: Hubble's view of the universe -- Are radio telescopes used in space? -- How does an infrared telescope work? -- How do scientists use orbiting infrared telescopes? -- How does an ultraviolet telescope work? -- How do scientists use orbiting ultraviolet telescopes? -- How does an x-ray telescope work? -- How do scientists use orbiting x-ray telescopes? -- How is a gamma-ray telescope unique? -- What have orbiting gamma-ray telescopes revealed about gamma-ray bursts? -- Can orbiting observatories be used to study deep space? -- Can orbiting observatories be used to study Earth? -- Can orbiting observatories be used to study the sun? -- Can orbiting observatories be used to search for extrasolar planets? -- What does the future hold for space-based observatories?. "An introduction to observatories in space with information about their history and use. Includes diagrams, fun facts, glossary, resource list, and index"--Provided by publisher.

Observatories on Earth. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
How did ancient people use observatories? -- Focus on: ancient observatories -- Focus on: Chich?n Itz?: architecture and the gods -- How do modern observatories differ from ancient observatories? -- Why are many observatories round with a dome? -- Why are many observatories on mountains? -- What kinds of telescopes are used in observatories? -- How far out in space and back in time can telescopes see? -- What do astronomers study using ground-based observatories? -- What is an optical telescope? -- Focus on: Keck Observatory: at the edge of the heavens -- What are magnification and resolving power? -- Who invented the first optical telescopes? -- Focus on: new moons, new wonders -- How does a refracting telescope work? -- Focus on: the pursuit of light -- Who invented the first reflecting telescope? -- How does a reflecting telescope work? -- How does a reflecting-refracting telescope work? -- How do telescopes make images? -- How do astronomers use computers to create astronomical images? -- Why are there different types of telescope mirrors? -- What is light pollution? -- What have ground-based observatories taught us about the solar system? -- What have ground-based observatories taught us about the larger universe? -- Focus on: Kitt Peak Observatory: an astronomical oasis -- What does the future hold for ground-based observatories?. "An introduction to observatories on Earth with information about their history and use. Includes diagrams, fun facts, glossary, resource list, and index"--Provided by publisher.

Oceans, islands, and polar regions. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
Introduction -- Changing climate -- What is the ocean? -- Surface -- Coral reefs -- Underwater forests -- Ocean deserts -- Ocean bottom -- Overfishing -- Ocean pollution -- Climate change and the ocean -- What are islands? -- Island plants -- Island animals -- Invasive species -- Island pollution -- Climate change and islands -- What are the polar regions? -- Arctic -- Arctic plants -- Arctic animals -- Antarctic -- Antarctic plants and animals -- Whales and whaling -- Industrialization and development -- Ozone hole -- Climate change and the polar regions -- Activities -- Glossary -- Additional resources -- Index. "General overview of ocean, island, and polar region ecosystems, including an exploration of disturbances these ecosystems face due to human interference, pollution, and climate change, and current conservation and reclamation efforts. Features include fact boxes, glossary, list of recommended reading and web sites, and index"--Provided by publisher.

The Ojibwa. Chicago : World Book, c2014.
"Explore the history and culture of the Ojibwa people. The Ojibwa form one of the largest tribal groups in North America." --Provided by publisher.

On the move. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
Bicycle -- Car -- Bus -- Truck -- Train -- Moving along -- Small boat -- Ship -- Helicopter -- Airplane -- Sea and sky -- Did you know? -- Puzzles -- True or false -- Find out more -- Answers and index. "Introduction to modes of transportation using simple text, question and answer format, illustrations and photos. Features include puzzles and games, fun facts, a resource list, and an index"--Provided by publisher.

The Osage. Chicago : World Book, c2014.
"This volume of Native North Americans explores the history and culture of the Inuit. The Inuit are a people who live in and near the Arctic." --Provided by publisher.

Peoples of the Arctic and Subarctic. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
Who were the peoples of the Artic and subarctic? -- Origins and migrations -- Challenge of the far north -- The Taiga -- Inventions from the past -- Arctic and subarctic society -- Roles of men and women -- One who thinks -- Solving problems -- Conflict -- The spirit world -- Shamans--links to the spirits -- Taboos -- Ceremonies and celebrations -- Marriage -- Learning traditions -- Food in the Arctic and subarctic -- Communal hunts -- Arctic homes -- Subarctic homes -- Clothing in the Arctic -- Clothing in the subarctic -- Dogs in the Arctic and subarctic -- Arctic travel -- Subarctic travel -- Entertainment -- Challenges to tradition -- Looking ahead. "A discussion of the Indians of the Arctic and Subarctic regions of North America, including who the people were, where they lived, their civilization, social structure, religion, art, architecture, science and technology, daily life, entertainment and sports. Features include timelines, fact boxes, glossary, list of recommended readings, web sites, and index"--Provided by publisher.

Personal and household items. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
Scissors -- Toothbrush -- Soap -- Glass mirror -- Fork -- Eyeglasses -- Thermometer -- Wristwatch -- Battery -- Light bulb -- Canned foods -- Sewing machine -- Blue jeans -- Zipper -- Crayons -- Vacuum cleaner -- Microwave oven -- Instant noodles -- Electronic games -- Important dates in personal and household items. "An exploration of the transformative impact of inventions and discoveries that led to the development of common personal and household items. Features include fact boxes, sidebars, biographies, timeline, glossary, list of recommended reading and Web sites, and index"--Provided by publisher.

Plants around the world. Chicago, IL : World Book, c2013.
What is a plant? -- How do plants grow? -- Tree -- Grass -- In your backyard -- Fern -- Cactus -- Orchid -- Venus's-flytrap -- How plants help us -- Greenhouse growing -- Did you know? -- Puzzles -- True or false -- Find out more -- Answers and index. "Introduction to plants using simple text, illustrations, and photos. Features include puzzles and games, fun facts, a resource list, and an index"--Provided by publisher.

Pollution. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
What is pollution? -- What is air pollution? -- Air pollution from automobiles -- Air pollution from planes, ships, and trains -- Air pollution from power plants -- Air pollution from chemical plants -- Disaster in Bhopal -- Air pollution from waste disposal -- Air pollution from heating -- What is soil pollution? -- Soil pollution from factories -- Polluted community -- Soil pollution from mining -- Soil pollution from energy use -- Soil pollution from agriculture -- What is water pollution? -- Water pollution from chemicals -- Death in the rivers -- Water pollution from energy industries -- Water pollution from agriculture -- Water pollution from sewage -- Health of the oceans -- When natural disaster strikes -- Cleanup and prevention -- What you can do -- Challenge of global warming -- Activities -- Glossary -- Additional resources -- Index. "An examination of pollution's causes and consequences. Includes a discussion of government and individual action that help prevent and remediate pollution. Features include fact boxes, sidebars, activities, glossary, list of recommended reading and Web sites, and index"--Provided by publisher.

The Polynesians. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
Who were the Polynesians? -- How do we know about Polynesian history? -- The Polynesians settle the Pacific Isands -- Adapting to the Pacific environment -- Clans and chiefdoms -- Warfare -- Mana and taboo -- Gods and myths -- Festivals and ceremonies -- Health and medicine -- Polynesian art -- Tattoos -- Entertainment -- Tools and toolmaking -- Seagoing canoes -- Polynesian navigation -- The family and children -- Making a living -- Houses and villages -- Clothing -- Food and drink -- Easter Island -- Environmental disaster on Easter Island -- Hawaii -- The coming of the Europeans -- The colonial era -- The Polynesians today. "A discussion of the early Polynesians, including who they were, where they lived, the rise of civilization, social structure, religion, art and architecture, science and technology, daily life, entertainment and sports, and fall of civilization. Features include timelines, fact boxes, glossary, list of recommended reading and web sites"--Provided by publisher.

The Pomo. Chicago : World Book, c2014.
"Explore the history and culture of the Pomo people. The Pomo lived on the west coast of North America, just north of what is now San Francisco Bay, California." --Provided by publisher.

Popol vuh. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An extraordinary document describing the Mayan's story of the dawn of life. Originally written in Mayan hieroglyphics, it was translated into Spanish in the sixteenth century" --Provided by publisher.

Producing and obtaining food. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
What is conventional agriculture? -- The rise of agribusiness -- Genetically modified foods -- Environmental effects of conventional agriculture -- What is sustainable agriculture? -- Alternatives to synthetic chemicals -- The organic movement -- The growth of organic agribusiness -- Examining organic foods -- The social issues of agriculture -- Making green food choices -- Fruits and vegetables -- Meat and poultry -- Dairy products -- Seafood -- Beans and grains -- Chocolate and coffee -- Where to shop -- Green practices at home -- Going green at school. "An exploration of the environmental, health, and social issues of modern agriculture. Features include fact boxes, sidebars, activities, glossary, list of recommended reading and Web sites, and index"--Provided by publisher.

Quasars and black holes. Chicago, IL : World Book, c2013.
Introduction -- What are black holes? -- Focus on: how a black hole forms -- How do we know black holes exist? -- Focus on: telescopic evidence of black holes -- What is a singularity? -- What is an event horizon? -- What happens outside the event horizon? -- What happens to matter once it enters a black hole? -- How big are black holes? -- Focus on: powerhouse galaxies -- What is a supermassive black hole? -- Are there different types of black holes? -- Do black holes ever exist in pairs? -- Could the sun ever become a black hole? -- Focus on: redshift -- What are quasars? -- How are quasars and black holes related? -- How far away are quasars? -- How big are quasars? -- How are quasars born? -- When and how were quasars first discovered? -- Why do scientists study quasars? -- Why is Stephen Hawking important to the study of black holes? -- How long does a black hole exist? -- What would happen to a person pulled into a black hole? -- Why do scientists continue to study black holes? -- What is a micro black hole?. "An introduction to quasars and black holes with information about their formation and characteristics. Includes diagrams, fun facts, a glossary, a resource list, and an index"--Provided by publisher.

Rain forest animals. Chicago, IL : World Book, c2013.
Monkey -- Sloth -- Bat -- Colorful birds -- In the trees -- Frog -- Jaguar -- Snake -- Crocodile -- Insects and spiders -- Forest floor -- Did you know? -- Puzzles -- True or false -- Find out more -- Answers and index. "Introduction to animals that live in the rain forest using simple text, question and answer format, illustrations and photos. Features include puzzles and games, fun facts, a resource list, and an index"--Provided by publisher.

Reptiles. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
"An introduction to reptiles and their physical characteristics, life cycle, behaviors, and adaptations to various habitats. Features include diagrams, fun facts, glossary, resource list, and index"--Provided by publisher.

Saturn and Uranus. Chicago, IL : World Book, c2013.
Where is Saturn? -- How big is Saturn? -- What does Saturn look like? -- What is Saturn made of? -- What is Saturn's atmosphere made of? -- What is the weather like on Saturn? -- How does Saturn compare with Earth? -- How does Saturn move around the sun? -- What are Saturn's rings made of? -- Who do Saturn's rings disappear? -- How many moons does Saturn have? -- What is special about Saturn's moon Titan? -- How did Saturn get its name? -- Which space missions have studied Saturn? -- Could there be life on Saturn or its moons? -- Where is Uranus? -- How big is Uranus? -- What does Uranus look like? -- What is Uranus made of? -- What is Uranus's atmosphere made of? -- What is the weather like on Uranus? -- How does Uranus compare with Earth? -- How does Uranus move around the sun? -- What are Uranus's rings made of? -- How many moons does Uranus have? -- How did Uranus get its name? -- Which space missions have studied Uranus? -- Could there be life on Uranus or its moons?. "An introduction to Saturn and Uranus for primary and intermediate grade students with information about their features and exploration. Includes charts and diagrams, a list of highlights for each chapter, fun facts, glossary, resource list, and index"--Provided by publisher.

The sea and its marvels. Chicago : World Book, c2014.
Introducing the sea and its marvels -- The world ocean -- Amazing undersea world -- The fish in the sea -- Living in water -- The seashore and shallows -- The open ocean -- Coral reefs -- Exploring the reef -- The world's biggest reef -- The deep ocean -- The hunters and hunted -- Sharks and rays -- Whales -- Dolphins and porpoises -- Seals and sea otters -- Crusty crustaceans -- Magnificent mollusks -- octopuses and squids -- Sponges -- Strange sea shapes -- Sea birds -- Marine reptiles -- Ocean wanderers -- Threats to ocean life. "An introduction to the world's oceans, with information about how they formed, how they affect Earth's climate, the plants and animals that live in them, and the dangers they face. Features include fact boxes, maps, photographs, a glossary, and a list of recommended books and website"--Provided by publisher.

Select epigrams from the Greek anthology. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A comprehensive colletion of Greek short, witty poems or pointed sayings" --Provided by publisher.

Select masterpieces of Biblical literature. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Retellings of the stories and poetry from the Old Testament, including 'Joseph and His Brethren,' 'Samson's Wedding Feast,' and the 'Song of Moses and Miriam,' among many others" --Provided by publisher.

Siamese and other short-haired cats. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"What kind of personality might a Siamese cat have? How do you groom a Siamese cat? What are some other breeds of short-haired cats? Read this book to find out! World Book?s Animals of the World provides an extensive library of books about animals for children who love animal picture books and answers questions that inquisitive older kids have about animals. Each two-page spread includes a full-page, full-color picture, map, or illustration. All animal books include instructive animal classification charts to show students where the featured animals fit into the animal kingdom. A table of contents, glossary, list of fun facts, and index help to ensure that children get the most out of each animal book" --Provided by publisher.

Solved mysteries. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"When did archaeologists prove that the story of the Trojan War is based on fact? How did ancient Egyptians make mummies? Read this book to find out! Tales of Mystery and the Unknown is a richly illustrated 7-volume series that shares stories and facts behind numerous mysteries. The text and illustrations combine to help answer children?s questions about many of the strange objects, events, and creatures that continue to puzzle us today" --Provided by publisher.

South Africa's anti-apartheid movement. Chicago : World Book, c2014.
South Africa colonized -- The Union of South Africa -- Afrikaners on the rise -- Fighting for change -- Apartheid becomes law -- Living under apartheid -- Segregation in education -- The defiance campaign -- Protesting for freedom -- Repression and resistance -- The movement splits -- The Sharpeville Massacre -- After Sharpeville : sabotage -- ANC leaders in prison -- The Bantustans -- Township resistance -- Pressure on South Africa -- The Soweto uprising -- Whites against apartheid -- Unions gain power -- A nation in protest -- Sanctions and war -- Apartheid in crisis -- Free Nelson Mandela! -- Apartheid abolished -- The ANC victory -- The Truth Commission -- The rainbow nation -- Timeline. "A history of the anti-apartheid movement in South Africa, based on primary source documents and other historical artifacts. Features include period art works and photographs; excerpts from literary works, letters, speeches, broadcasts, and diaries; summary boxes; a timeline; maps; and a list of additional resources"--Provided by publisher.

Space exploration. Chicago : World Book, a Scott Fetzer company, c2014.
Introducing space exploration -- Dreams of space travel -- Rockets -- The beginning of the space age -- The first people in space -- People push further into space -- Satellites -- Destination: moon -- The Apollo program -- First people on the moon -- More moon missions -- Space stations -- More space stations -- The international space station -- Living and working in space -- Space medicine -- Space shuttles -- Triumphs and tragedies -- The Hubble Space Telescope -- Mars up close -- Unlocking secrets of Mars -- Mercury and Venus up close -- Jupiter up close -- Saturn up close -- The outer planets up close -- To the moon, again -- Comets and asteroids up close -- Beyond the solar system -- Our future in space. "An introduction to space exploration, including information about the first people in space, space stations, the space shuttle, and missions to the moon, planets, and other bodies in the solar system. Features include a timeline, illustrations, photographs, a glossary, and a list of recommended books and websites"--.

Stars-- birth and death. Chicago, IL : World Book, 2013.
Introduction -- What is a star? -- Do stars last forever? -- Where did the first stars come from? -- Focus on: the long lives of stars -- Where are stars born? -- Are there different kinds of nebulae? -- Focus on: nebulae: clouds of the cosmos -- How does a star begin to form? -- What is a protostar? -- How does a protostar become a true star? -- What is a main-sequence star? -- Do all stars have planets? -- What is a brown dwarf? -- How does a star die? -- What is a red giant? -- What is a white dwarf? -- What will eventually happen to the sun? -- Focus on: twilight of the titans -- What is a supernova? -- What events lead to a supernova? -- Why are supernovae essential to life? -- Focus on: supernovae: cosmic fireworks -- What is a neutron star? -- What is a pulsar? -- What is a black hole? -- What is a star cluster? -- What is a galaxy?. "An introduction to stars with information about their formation and life cycle. Includes diagrams, fun facts, glossary, resource list, and index"--Provided by publisher.

Stars-- the inside story. Chicago : World Book, 2013.
Introduction -- What is a star? -- How are stars different from planets and moons? -- How many stars are there? -- What kind of star is the sun? -- Why does the sun look different from other stars? -- How far away are the stars? -- Focus on: binary stars: seeing doubles -- How old are the stars? -- What is a constellation? -- Why do constellations change with latitude and season? -- Focus on: neuron stars: small but powerful -- Why do we see stars only at night? -- Why do stars twinkle? -- How big are stars? -- Why do stars shine? -- What is visible light? -- What is a star like on the inside? -- How do stars make chemical elements? -- What is a star like on the outside? -- Focus on: supernovae: blasts from the past -- How bright are stars? -- Are stars as bright as they look? -- How hot are stars? -- Why are stars different colors? -- Star stories from ancient times -- Star stories from native people -- Star stories from ancient China. "An introduction to stars with information about their age, size, colors, and other characteristics. Includes diagrams, fun facts, glossary, resource list, and index"--Provided by publisher.

The sun and other stars. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
What is a star? -- Where is the Sun? -- How big is the Sun? -- How hot is the Sun? -- Where does the Sun's energy come from? -- What is the Sun made of? -- What is the Sun's atmosphere like? -- What activities occur in the Sun's atmosphere? -- How do scientists study the Sun? -- How are satellites used to study the Sun? -- How old is the Sun and when might it burn out? -- How far away are the stare? -- What do stars look like? -- How big are stars? -- What are stars made of? -- Why do stars shine? -- How are stars classified? -- How hot are stars? -- How old are stars? -- What kind of star is the sun? -- What is a red giant? -- What are white dwarfs and black dwarfs? -- What is a supernova? -- What is a neutron star? -- What is a black hole? -- What are binary stars? -- What is a brown dwarf? -- How do stars and groups of stars get their names?. "An introduction to the sun and other stars for primary and intermediate grade students with information about their features and exploration. Includes charts and diagrams, a list of highlights for each chapter, fun facts, glossary, resource list, and index"--Provided by publisher.

Tales from Africa and Asia. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"This volume of Tales Through Time series includes a West African story about the lion man; a Japanese legend about the Peach Boy and the ogres; and a Burmese tale about a hero who slays a dragon....Tales Through Time is a richly illustrated series that introduces children to myths and legends. The text and illustrations combine to present the stories of various cultures around the world. Original drawings bring the stories to life" --Provided by publisher.

Tales from ancient Greece. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"This volume of Tales Through Time series includes Greek myths about Theseus and the monster in the maze and Hercules and the many-headed monster....Tales Through Time is a richly illustrated series that introduces children to myths and legends. The text and illustrations combine to present the stories of various cultures around the world. Original drawings bring the stories to life" --Provided by publisher.

Tales from northern and western Europe. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"This volume of Tales Through Time series includes a story about Beowulf, the hero of a classic Anglo-Saxon poem; the Scottish legend of Tam Lin; an Irish tale about Finn MacCool; and an English tale about Gawain, one of the knights of the Round Table....Tales Through Time is a richly illustrated series that introduces children to myths and legends. The text and illustrations combine to present the stories of various cultures around the world. Original drawings bring the stories to life" --Provided by publisher.

Tales from the Americas. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"This volume of Tales Through Time series includes Indian legends of the Blackfeet of North America and the Yahgan people of South America....Tales Through Time is a richly illustrated series that introduces children to myths and legends. The text and illustrations combine to present the stories of various cultures around the world. Original drawings bring the stories to life" --Provided by publisher.

Telescopes and space probes. Chicago, IL : World Book, c2013.
Telescopes -- What is a telescope? -- Who invented the telescope? -- What is an optical telescope? -- How do optical telescopes "see"? -- Where are the largest optical telescopes on Earth? -- What is a radio telescope? -- What is an infrared telescope? -- What is an ultraviolet telescope? -- What are X-ray and gamma-ray telescopes? -- What is an observatory? -- What is the Hubble space telescope? -- How does Hubble stay in orbit? -- Why is Hubble so important? -- Space probes -- What is a space probe? -- What do space probes do? -- What can space probes do that astronauts can't? -- Where did early space probes go? -- When did space probes reach Mercury, Venus, and Mars? -- Which other probes have studied Mars? -- Which rovers have explored Mars? -- What did the Phoenix lander discover on Mars? -- What have the voyager probes taught us about the solar system? -- Which probes have studied Jupiter? -- Which probe is studying Saturn? -- What have we learned from probes to the sun? -- What have we learned from stardust and near? -- What messages have we sent into space? -- What is "space junk"?. "An introduction to the history of telescopes and space probes for primary and intermediate grade students with information about their features and use. Includes a list of highlights for each chapter, fun facts, glossary, resource list, and index"--.

The life and death of Cormac the Skald. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"This Saga of Cormac the Skald (a Viking leader in Norway) was published in 1901 at Ulverston UK. This translation in English from Icelandic comes from manuscripts dating as far back as the 1100s" --Provided by publisher.

Things I like. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
Things I like -- Sports -- Dance -- Playing music -- Acting -- Hobbies at school -- Drawing and painting -- Reading -- Building forts -- Camping -- Hobbies at home -- Did you know? -- Puzzles -- True or false -- Find out more -- Answers and index. "Introduction to common hobbies and character development using simple text, illustrations, and photos. Features include puzzles and games, fun facts, a resource list, and an index"--Provided by publisher.

The Tlingit. Chicago : World Book, c2014.
"Explore the history and culture of the Tlingit people. The Tlingit live mainly along the coast of southeastern Alaska." --Provided by publisher.

Tough trucks. Chicago, IL : World Book, c2013.
Bulldozer -- Crane -- Cement mixer -- Backhoe -- Construction site -- Snowplow -- Garbage truck -- Fire engine -- Tractor -- Around town -- Did you know? -- Puzzles -- True or false -- Find out more -- Answers and index. "Introduction to heavy-duty trucks such as cranes, fire engines, tractors, and others, using simple text, question and answer format, illustrations and photos. Features include puzzles and games, fun facts, resource list, and index"--Provided by publisher.

Transportation. Chicago, IL : World Book, c2013.
Wheel -- Sail -- Sternpost rudder -- Stirrup -- Magnetic compass -- Horse and carriage -- Balloon -- Steam locomotive -- Steamboat -- Bicycle -- Automobile -- Airplane -- Electric starter -- Jet engine -- Helicopter -- Maglev train -- Space shuttle -- Global positioning system -- Hybrid car -- Important dates in transportation. "An exploration of the transformative impact of inventions and discoveries in transportation. Features include fact boxes, sidebars, biographies, and a timeline, glossary, list of recommended reading and Web sites, and index"--Provided by publisher.

Under the sea. Chicago, IL : World Book, c2013.
Dolphin and whale -- Sea turtle -- Shark -- Octopus -- Ray -- Open ocean -- Crab -- Colorful fish -- Seahorse -- Unusual creatures -- Coral reef -- Did you know? -- Puzzles -- True or false -- Find out more -- Answers and index. "Introduction to animals that live in the sea using simple text, question and answer format, illustrations and photos. Features include puzzles and games, fun facts, a resource list, and an index"--Provided by publisher.

The universe--a cosmic tour. Chicago, IL : World Book, c2013.
What is the universe? -- What is the shape and size of the universe? -- Focus on : the secrets of light -- How do astronomers use redshift to determine distance? -- Where did the universe come from? -- How old is the universe? -- Focus on : the origin of everything -- What is the cosmic background radiation? -- What is matter? -- What is antimatter? -- What is energy? -- Focus on : big bang on Earth -- What are magnetic fields? -- What are galaxies? -- What are clusters and superclusters? -- What are filaments, walls, and voids? -- Focus on : mysterious blobs in a baby universe -- What role does the force of gravity play in the universe? -- Focus on : gravity-curves in space time -- What is dark matter? -- What is dark energy? -- What is a constellation? -- What is the celestial sphere? -- How do astronomers map the universe? -- Focus on : the universe in 3-D -- How fast is the universe expanding? -- What is the fate of the universe?. "An overview of the structure and nature of objects that make up the universe. Includes diagrams, fun facts, glossary, resource list, and index"--Provided by publisher.

The universe-- mysteries and marvels. Chicago, IL : World Book, 2013.
Introduction -- How big is the universe? -- Where is the solar system in the universe? -- What is the observable universe? -- How far into the universe can we see without a telescope? -- Why is it dark in space? -- How does light travel through the universe? -- Focus on: hungry cores -- Is space a total vacuum? -- What was the big bang? -- What existed before the big bang? -- What is the cosmic background radiation? -- Is the universe expanding? -- What is the universe expanding into? -- What are high-energy cosmic rays? -- Focus on: gamma-ray bursts: outshining the universe -- What is dark energy? -- Where did matter come from? -- What is dark matter? -- What do we know about black holes? -- What are micro black holes? -- Are there planets orbiting stars besides the sun? -- Is there life in other parts of the universe? -- Focus on: the universe's largest magnets -- Could the universe be made of strings? -- Could there be universes besides our own? -- What is time? -- Is time travel possible?. "An introduction to unusual objects and phenomena in the universe. Includes diagrams, fun facts, glossary, resource list, and index"--Provided by publisher.

The Upanishads. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of sacred Vedic texts, containing some of the early ideas of Indian philosophy. Also known as the Vedanta ('the end of the Veda'), these were passed on through oral tradition, and have influenced Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism" --Provided by publisher.

Voyages of exploration. Chicago : World Book, c2014.
Introducing voyages of exploration -- The Vikings -- Marco Polo -- Desire for rich goods from the East -- The Known World -- The Portuguese reach India -- The world is round -- Columbus' first voyage -- Columbus' later voyages -- Amerigo Vespucci -- Magellan and Del Cano sail around the world -- The Spaniards conquer Mexico -- The Spaniards conquer Peru -- Spaniards explore and colonize -- The Portuguese conquer Brazil -- The slave trade -- The search for a northwest passage -- Exploration changes life in the Americas -- Exploration changes life in Europe -- The English explore the Atlantic seacoast -- The French explore North America -- The Dutch explore America and Asia -- The North American colonies -- Exploring the Pacific -- Exploring Australia and New Zealand -- Exploring Alaska and the Pacific Northwest -- The British empire dominates trade -- The age of imperialism. "An introduction to the early centuries of exploration, including information about explorers, what they discovered, and the significance of those discoveries. Features include fact boxes, maps, photographs, drawings, a timeline, a glossary, and a list of recommended books and websites"--Provided by publisher.

War in the air. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"Read about the role of military aircraft during World War I and World War II. This book includes profiles of famous 'ace' pilots, colorful pictures of fighter planes, and a vivid description of the German aerial assault on Britain during World War II" --Provided by publisher.

Warfare. Chicago, IL : World Book, c2013.
Early weapons -- Cavalry -- Sword -- Forts and castles -- Catapult -- Body armor -- Gunpowder -- Guns -- Rifles, repeaters, and machine guns -- Cannons and other artillery -- Rockets and guided missiles -- Chemical warfare -- Early warships -- Modern warships -- Tanks -- Airships -- Fighters and bombers -- Nuclear weapons -- Recent inventions in warfare -- Important dates in warfare. "An exploration of the transformative impact of inventions and discoveries in warfare. Features include fact boxes, sidebars, biographies, timeline, glossary, list of recommended reading and Web sites, and index"--Provided by publisher.

Weather. Chicago, IL : World Book, c2013.
Clouds and rain -- Wind -- It's a storm! -- Snow and ice -- Family snapshots -- Changing seasons -- Warm spring -- Hot summer -- Cool autumn -- Cold winter -- Seasons projects -- Did you know? -- Puzzles -- True or false -- Find out more -- Answers and index. "Introduction to weather using simple text, question and answer format, illustrations and photos. Features include puzzles and games, fun facts, a resource list, and an index"--Provided by publisher.

What living things need. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
The living world -- Basic needs -- Food -- Water -- Air -- Let's go camping -- Sunlight -- Shelter -- Living together -- Web of life -- An afternoon in the park -- Did you know? -- Puzzles -- True or false -- Find out more -- Answers and index. "Introduction to living things' basic needs using simple text, illustrations, and photos. Features include puzzles and games, fun facts, a resource list, and an index"-- Provided by publisher.

Wild animals. Chicago, IL : World Book, c2013.
Rhinoceros -- Giraffe -- Hippopotamus -- Zebra -- Lion -- By the water -- Elephant -- Cheetah -- Chimpanzee -- Amazing birds -- Roaming around -- Did you know? -- Puzzles -- True or false -- Find out more -- Answers and index. "Introduction to wild animals that live in Africa using simple text, question and answer format, illustrations and photos. Features include puzzles and games, fun facts, a resource list, and an index"--Provided by publisher.

Women's right to vote. Chicago : World Book, c2014.
Early years in America -- The French Revolution -- Reactions to the Revolution -- The Chartists -- The Abolition Movement -- The declaration of sentiments -- Susan B. Anthony -- Women and Parliament -- Women's movement in Britain -- Temperance and suffrage -- Pioneering New Zealand -- Australia -- First European victories -- Early militancy in Britain -- Militant suffragettes -- Slow progress in the U.S. -- International links -- World War I -- Canada -- Success in the United Kingdom -- Ireland -- The winning plan -- Widespread victories -- India and Pakistan -- Suffrage after World War II -- Postcolonial Africa -- South Africa -- Suffrage as a universal right -- Timeline. "A history of the women's suffrage movement throughout the world, based on primary source documents and other historical artifacts. Features include period art works and photographs; excerpts from literary works, letters, speeches, broadcasts, and diaries; summary boxes; a timeline; maps; and a list of additional resources"--Provided by publisher.

Wonders of the world. Chicago : World Book, c2014.
Introducing the wonders of the world -- Pyramids of Egypt -- Building the pyramids -- More wonders of Egypt -- Treasures of the tombs -- Wonders of Babylon and Ephesus -- Greek wonders -- Colossus and lighthouse -- Lost cities -- Ancient walls -- Majestic canyon -- Mighty falls -- Ocean and its shores -- Mountain peaks -- Volcanoes and geysers -- Wonders in the sky -- Rock formations -- Plant wonders -- Deserts -- Ice on the move -- Carved in rock -- Bridges and dams -- Liberty and the tower -- Sights to see -- Ancient riddles -- Wonders and mysteries. "An introduction to the wonders of the world, both natural and those created by human beings. Features include fact boxes, maps, photographs, drawings, a glossary, and a list of recommended books and websites"--Provided by publisher.

Working dogs and show dogs. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"Dogs have been faithful and loyal companions to people for thousands and thousands of years. This book is all about working dogs and show dogs" --Provided by publisher.

World of dinosaurs. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
Diplodocus -- Allosaurus -- Stegosaurus -- Weird creatures -- Dinnertime! -- Tyrannosaurus -- Ankylosaurus -- Maiasaura -- Velociraptor -- Triceratops -- On the attack -- Did you know? -- Puzzles -- True or false -- Find out more -- Answers and. "Introduction to dinosaurs using simple text, question and answer format, illustrations and photos. Features include puzzles and games, fun facts, resource list, and index"--Provided by publisher.

World of insects. Chicago, IL : World Book, c2013.
What is an insect? -- Ant -- Butterfly -- Beetle -- Praying mantis -- In the rain forest -- Honey bee -- Grasshopper -- Water insects -- Dragonfly -- By the water -- Did you know? -- Puzzles -- True or false -- Find out more -- Answers and index. "Introduction to insects, using simple text, question and answer format, illustrations, and photos. Features include puzzles and games, fun facts, resource list, and index"--Provided by publisher.

World of pets. Chicago, IL : World Book, c2013.
Choosing a pet -- Dog -- Cat -- Rabbit -- Bird -- Going for a walk -- Guinea pig -- Hamster -- Hermit crab -- Fish -- At the pet shop -- Did you know? -- Puzzles -- True or false -- Find out more -- Answers and index. "Introduction to common household pets using simple text, illustrations, and photos. Features include puzzles and games, fun facts, a resource list, and an index"--Provided by publisher.

World War II in Europe. Chicago : World Book, c2014.
The background to war -- The rise of the Nazis -- The road to war -- The invasion of Poland -- Early Nazi conquests -- Germany attacks Britain -- The sorrow of the Jews -- The war spreads -- The invasion of the U.S.S.R. -- Life on the home front -- A world at war -- The Siege of Leningrad -- Soldiers at war -- Stalingrad : Germany halted -- The death camps -- Women in combat -- The invasion of Italy -- The propaganda war -- War movies -- Tanks at war -- The Allies fight back -- D-Day : the Allies in France -- Civilian resistance -- Bombing Germany -- End of the Third Reich -- Liberating the camps -- The end of war in Europe -- Interpreting the war -- Timeline. "A history of World War II as it was fought in Europe, based on primary source documents and other historical artifacts. Features include period art works and photographs; excerpts from literary works, letters, speeches, broadcasts, and diaries; summary boxes; a timeline; maps; and a list of additional resources"--Provided by publisher.

World War II in the Pacific. Chicago, IL : World Book, c2014.
The Axis powers -- Japanese aggression in Asia -- Pearl Harbor -- Southeast Asia invaded -- The fall of the Philippines -- Bataan Death March -- Women in the war -- The conquest of Burma -- The Battle of the Java Sea -- The tide begins to turn -- The battle for New Guinea -- The battle for Guadalcanal -- Japanese propaganda -- American propaganda -- Australia at war -- Island-hopping -- The Marianas -- The Battle of Leyte Gulf -- Philippines liberated -- Kamikaze pilots -- The brutality of war -- Civilian suffering -- The war in Asia -- Bombing Japan -- Iwo Jima -- The struggle for Okinawa -- Hiroshima and Nagasaki -- Peace -- Timeline. "A history of World War II as it was fought in the Pacific, based on primary source documents and other historical artifacts. Features include period art works and photographs; excerpts from literary works, letters, speeches, broadcasts, and diaries; summary boxes; a timeline; maps; and a list of additional resources"--Provided by publisher.

You and your dog. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"Learn how to choose a dog, train it, take care of it, and, most important of all, love it!" --Provided by publisher.

Adams, Henry, 1838-1918. Democracy, an American novel. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Democracy is a historic fiction novel about political power and its obtainment. The story begins with the newly elected President of the United States and his administration. It touches on political subjects such as universal suffrage, communism, Darwinism and evolution, and freedom" --Provided by publisher.

Adams, Henry, 1838-1918. The education of Henry Adams. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Adams' most enduring work states his pessimistic view that moral progress has not kept pace with the advance of technology. Incomplete as an autobiography, it nevertheless provides a complete and fascinating view of many of the facets of his life" --Provided by publisher.

Adams, John, 1735-1826. Balanced government. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An essay addressed to Americans and Frenchmen alike outlining Adams' definition of a free and balanced government. He urges a legislature that represents all citizens equally, and effectively balances the needs of 'the rich and the poor, the laborious and the idle, the learned and the ignorant.' Adams believed a free and balanced government must effectually control rivalries" --Provided by publisher.

Adams, John, 1735-1826. Character of Franklin. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Adams and Benjamin Franklin spent their political lives in disagreement. This essay praises the talents, wit, imagination and, in short, the character of Franklin, while falling short of apologizing for regularly opposing the great man's views. 'Nothing in life has mortified or grieved me more than the necessity which compelled me to oppose him so often as I have,' Adams relates. He holds nothing back as he explains why he did" --Provided by publisher.

Adams, John, 1735-1826. Characteristic entries in his diary. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Eight entries of note from the historically significant diary of John Adams. Included here are the 'Youthful Resolutions,' of the author, 'The Young Lawyer's Reflections,' and a personal recounting of his speech in which he urged Congress to adopt the army at Cambridge and appoint George Washington as Commander-in-Chief. These entries offer a fresh insight into one of the greatest minds of America's early years" --Provided by publisher.

Adams, John, 1735-1826. Letters of John and Abigail Adams. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Aside from being delighful interchanges, during the Revolutionary War in America (1775-1783), Abigail Adams's letters to her husband provided valuable information about British troops and ships in the Boston area" --Provided by publisher.

Adams, Samuel, 1722-1803. The writings of Samuel Adams. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of works by Samuel Adams, including letters to Benjamin Franklin and John Hancock" --Provided by publisher.

Adams, Samuel, 1722-1803. The writings of Samuel Adams. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of works by Samuel Adams, including letters to Benjamin Franklin and Arthur Lee" --Provided by publisher.

Addams, Jane, 1860-1935. Twenty years at Hull House. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The story of Addams' Chicago settlement house that helps European immigrants adjust to American life. Included within the text are some notes about Addams' life" --Provided by publisher.

Addison, Joseph, 1672-1719. Days with Sir Roger de Coverley. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Sir Roger de Coverley, a fictional squire of Queen Anne's reign, is a lovable old gentleman who makes his Tory political views seem ridiculous. Created as a means of sparking philosophical conversation, Sir Roger was featured in the daily publication The Spectator. This collection includes 'Sir Roger's Family,' 'The Picture Gallery,' 'A Country Sunday,' and others" --Provided by publisher.

Addison, Joseph, 1672-1719. Essays and tales. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of Joseph Addison's letters, short stories, poems, and plays" --Provided by publisher.

Aeschylus. Aeschylus' Prometheus bound and seven against Thebes. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A play, as Aristophanes expressed it, 'full of war.' It is the story of Oedipus' sons battle over who should become ruler of Thebes. It is the last and only extant part of a trilogy" --Provided by publisher.

Aeschylus. The Agamemnon. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The first part of the trilogy of plays called 'Orestia,' the only extant trilogy of Greek dramas. This play deals with the Greek leader Agamemnon and his return from the siege of Troy" --Provided by publisher.

Aeschylus. Eumenides. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The last part of the trilogy of plays called Orestia, the only extant trilogy of Greek dramas. Completes the cycle of family murders that comprised this tragic history of the fate of Orestes" --Provided by publisher.

Aeschylus. The house of Atreus : being Agmemnon, the Libation Bearers, and the Furies. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Aeschylus's trilogy focusing on Agamemnon and his family, the house of Atreus" --Provided by publisher.

Aeschylus. The Persians. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The only extant Greek drama that deals with recent history rather than ancient myth. A glorification of the Athenian victory over Persia at Salamis, told with surprising compassion for the Persians" --Provided by publisher.

Aeschylus. The suppliants. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Probably the earliest extant Greek tragic drama, it is the only surviving part of another of Aeschylus' lost trilogies. It is based on the legend of Danaus' fifty daughters and Aegyptus' fifty sons" --Provided by publisher.

Alcott, Louisa May, 1832-1888. Eight cousins. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The story of Rose Campbell, an orphan girl who is cared for first by her great aunts, and then by her uncle and his seven sons. While not designed as a feminist tract, the book is surprisingly progressive for its time, especially in the way it treats the proper upbringing of girls" --Provided by publisher.

Alcott, Louisa May, 1832-1888. Flower fables. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Alcott wrote this, her first book, when she was 16 years old with the help of her tutor, Henry David Thoreau. It was published in 1854 and inscribed to Ellen Emerson, the daughter of Ralph Waldo Emerson" --Provided by publisher.

Alcott, Louisa May, 1832-1888. Jack and Jill. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A children's book about two young friends recovering from a sledding accident" --Provided by publisher.

Alcott, Louisa May, 1832-1888. Jo's boys. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A sequel to Little Men, and the final book about the characters from Little Women. The story follows the struggles of Jo's children, now grown" --Provided by publisher.

Alcott, Louisa May, 1832-1888. Little men ; life at Plumfield with Jo's boys. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A sequel to Little Women. Jo and Professor Bhaer have started an informal boys' school at Plumfield, a haven for a wide variety of orphaned boys who thrive on the warmth and goodness of the Bhaers and the entire March family" --Provided by publisher.

Alcott, Louisa May, 1832-1888. Little women. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"One of the most renowned of all American novels, it tells the story of the life of Jo March and her three sisters - Meg, Beth, and Amy. Alcott wrote two sequels to this book, which is said to be based on her own family life in Concord, Massachusetts" --Provided by publisher.

Alcott, Louisa May, 1832-1888. An old-fashioned girl. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The book revolves around Polly Milton and her wealthy friend, Fanny Shaw. While visiting Fanny at her home in the city, Polly is overwhelmed by high society and decandant life they live but feels left out because of her traditional manners and outdated clothes. However, the story proves that friendship and knowing the true meaning of life prevail and that sometimes money doesn't bring one happiness" --Provided by publisher.

Alcott, Louisa May, 1832-1888. Under the lilacs. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The adventures of two girls, their neighbor, a circus runaway named Ben, and Ben's dog Sancho" --Provided by publisher.

Alger, Horatio, 1832-1899. Ballads. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A collection of poems by Horatio Alger. Some of the poems included are:, 'Grand'ther Baldwin's Thanksgiving', 'Barbara's Courtship', 'My Castle', 'June', 'Little Charlie', 'King Cotton', 'The Price of Victory', 'Occasional Odes.'" --Provided by publisher.

Alger, Horatio, 1832-1899. The cash boy. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The story of an orphan whose adopted mother dies, leaving him an orphan once again. The boy goes out in the world to make his way" --Provided by publisher.

Alger, Horatio, 1832-1899. Cast upon the breakers. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"First serialized in Argosy Magazine, Cast Upon the Breakers tells the story of a young man's struggle to rise from poverty to a respectable middle-class life. This theme of upward mobility through honesty and hard work is central to the works of Horatio Alger. His prolific writings were greatly influenced by Benjamin Franklin's Autobiography and Charles Dickens' social novels" --Provided by publisher.

Alger, Horatio, 1832-1899. Driven from home. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A boy is forced from home by his step-mother" --Provided by publisher.

Alger, Horatio, 1832-1899. The errand boy. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A story about a boy who rises above his bad situation" --Provided by publisher.

Alger, Horatio, 1832-1899. Frank's campaign. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Alger's first book for young boys, Frank's Campaign follows a young boy on his journey from rags to riches" --Provided by publisher.

Alger, Horatio, 1832-1899. Joe the hotel boy. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The story follows a boy whose guardian died. The boy works his way to the big city" --Provided by publisher.

Alger, Horatio, 1832-1899. Paul Prescott's charge. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A story in which a young boy must pay off his father's debts" --Provided by publisher.

Alger, Horatio, 1832-1899. Paul the peddler. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A rages-to-riches tale about a young boy named Paul" --Provided by publisher.

Alger, Horatio, 1832-1899. Phil the fiddler. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The story of Phil, a young Italian sold to an American who forces Phil to perform in the streets" --Provided by publisher.

Alger, Horatio, Jr., 1832-1899. Ragged Dick. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The first story abuot Ragged Dick, this book follows a street-tough bootblack who wants to grow up to be respectable" --Provided by publisher.

Amundsen, Roald, 1872-1928. The South Pole. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 1 of Norwegian explorer Roald Amundsen's account of his team's exploration of the South Pole" --Provided by publisher.

Anacreon. Selected poems. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of poems by Greek poet Anakreon" --Provided by publisher.

Andersen, H. C. (Hans Christian), 1805-1875. Andersen's fairy tales. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The complete volume of Hans Christian Andersen's 168 fairy tales and folk stories" --Provided by publisher.

Andersen, H. C. (Hans Christian), 1805-1875. Fairy tales of Hans Christian Andersen. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The complete volume of Hans Christian Andersen's 168 fairy tales and folk stories" --Provided by publisher.

Anderson, Dale, 1953-. The Inca. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
Who were the Inca? -- What were the major achievements of the Inca? -- The origins of the Inca -- early Andean cultures -- The Inca before the founding of their empire -- The founding of the empire -- Sapa Incas -- Nobles -- Priests -- Commoners -- Women -- Government and laws -- Creation beliefs -- Inca gods -- Mummies -- Ceremonies, festivals, and sacrifice -- Temples -- Palaces and fortresses -- Art and crafts -- Astronomy and calendars -- Engineering -- Keeping records and sending messages -- Family life and children -- Housing and clothing -- Food -- Transportation -- Civil war -- The Spanish conquest -- The Inca legacy. "A discussion of the early Inca, including who the people were, where they lived, the rise of civilization, social structure, religion, art and architecture, science and technology, daily life, and entertainment and sports. Features include timelines, fact boxes, glossary, list of recommended reading and web sites, and index"--Provided by publisher.

Anderson, Sherwood, 1876-1941. Poor white. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The story of Hugh McVey, an inventor from the Mississippi River area" --Provided by publisher.

Anderson, Sherwood, 1876-1941. The triumph of the egg and other stories. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A short story collection, each story preceded by a photograph of a clay sculpture by Anderson's wife, inspired by the story's characters. These stories include 'The Dumb Man,' 'I Want to Know Why,' 'Seeds,' and 'The Other Woman,' among others" --Provided by publisher.

Anderson, Sherwood, 1876-1941. Winesburg, Ohio. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Winesburg, Ohio is a collection of 23 stories and character sketches by the American author Sherwood Anderson" --Provided by publisher.

Appleton, Victor, II. Tom Swift among the diamond makers. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Barcoe Jenks and Tom swift travel to Colorado to learn how to make perfect and man-made gemstones" --Provided by publisher.

Appleton, Victor, II. Tom Swift among the fire fighters. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Tom Swift among the Fire Fighters is Volume 24 in the original Tom Swift novel series published by Grosset & Dunlap. In this novel, a fire breaks out at the fireworks factory in town where Tom is working. While observing the blaze, Tom contemplates a more efficient way to fight fire. These thoughts lead him to create a new fire suppressant chemical and a system to deliver it to the upper stories of burning buildings" --Provided by publisher.

Appleton, Victor, II. Tom Swift and his aerial warship. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The eighteenth novel in the Tom Swift series. In this adventure, Tom builds an air ship for the United States Government during World War I" --Provided by publisher.

Appleton, Victor, II. Tom Swift and his air glider. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 12 in the Tom Swift series, Tom Swift and His Air Glider is a youth adventure novel in which Tom travels to Siberia to rescue a Russian exile and find a secret platinum mine" --Provided by publisher.

Appleton, Victor, II. Tom Swift and his air scout. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Tom Swift attempts to build a silent airship while Mary's father is kidnapped" --Provided by publisher.

Appleton, Victor, II. Tom Swift and his airship. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 3 in the Tom Swift series for young adult readers, in which Tom is blamed for a bank robbery, and must race to safety in his latest invention" --Provided by publisher.

Appleton, Victor, II. Tom Swift and his big tunnel. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 19 in the Tom Swift Series, Tom Swift and His Big Tunnel is a youth adventure novel set in Peru. When a railroad contracting company finds rock too hard to blast through, they enlist Tom's help to develop a better blasting powder" --Provided by publisher.

Appleton, Victor, II. Tom Swift and his electric rifle. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 10 of the Tom Swift young adult series, in which Tom goes on safari, rescues his friends from a hostage situation, and invents a rifle that shoots electricity" --Provided by publisher.

Appleton, Victor, II. Tom Swift and his electric runabout. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 5 in the Tom Swift series, Tom Swift and His Electric Runabout is a youth adventure novel in which Tom has to build an electric racing car and thwart a bank scheme" --Provided by publisher.

Appleton, Victor, II. Tom Swift and his giant cannon. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Tom Swift and His Giant Cannon is Volume 16 in the original Tom Swift novel series published by Grosset & Dunlap. In this novel, Swift invents a cannon bigger than any that has been built to date, hoping to sell it to the United States government for use in protecting the Panama Canal" --Provided by publisher.

Appleton, Victor, II. Tom Swift and his motor-boat. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 2 in the Tom Swift series, in which Tom has to find the culprit who stole his father's invention, while keeping out of danger" --Provided by publisher.

Appleton, Victor, II. Tom Swift and his sky racer. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 9 in the Tom Swift series, Tom Swift and His Sky Racer is a young adventure novel in which Tom enters an aviation meet and designs his own airplane" --Provided by publisher.

Appleton, Victor, II. Tom Swift and his submarine boat. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 4 in the Tom Swift series, Tom Swift and His Submarine Boat is a young adventure novel complete with submarine chases, narrow escapes, sunken treasure, and shark attacks" --Provided by publisher.

Appleton, Victor, II. Tom Swift and his undersea search. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Tom Swift and His Undersea Search is Volume 23 in the original Tom Swift novel series published by Grosset & Dunlap. In this novel, Tom is tapped by a to help recover a sunken ship which was carrying gold to help finance an illegal revolution. After discovering the true character of his employer, Tom decides to continue with the mission as planned while secretly reclaiming the property stolen" --Provided by publisher.

Appleton, Victor, II. Tom Swift and his war tank. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 21 in the Tom Swift series, Tom Swift and His War Tank is a youth adventure novel set during the First World War" --Provided by publisher.

Appleton, Victor, II. Tom Swift and his wizard camera. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Tom Swift is hired by James Period to travel around the world and film exotic places" --Provided by publisher.

Appleton, Victor, II. Tom Swift in the caves of ice. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 8 in the Tom Swift young adult series, in which Tom hunts for gold in the Arctic" --Provided by publisher.

Appleton, Victor, II. Tom Swift in the land of wonders. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The twentieth in the Tom Swift series. Tom Swift finds himself hunting gold in an underground city" --Provided by publisher.

Apuleius. The golden asse. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The Metamorphoses of Apuleius, which St. Augustine referred to as The Golden Asse, is the only ancient novel in Latin to survive in its entirety. The plot revolves around the main character, Lucius', curiosity and overwhelming desire to see and practice magic"--Provided by publisher.

Arbuthnot, John, 1667-1735. The history of John Bull. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Created by Dr. John Arbuthnot in 1712, John Bull is a national personification of the United Kingdom, especially in political cartoons. He is depicted as a stout, middle-aged, country dwelling, free-thinking man. Bull also appears in the first volume of The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen" --Provided by publisher.

Ariosto, Lodovico, 1474-1533. Orlando Furioso. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"One of the most important works of early Italian literature, this epic poem consists of a number of stories centering around Orlando and other knights of Charlemagne. It was written as a continuation of the unfinished and lesser-known Orlando Innamorato, by Boiardo" --Provided by publisher.

Aristophanes. Acharnians. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Aristophanes' oldest extant work is the story of the hero, Just City, who makes peace with Sparta" --Provided by publisher.

Aristophanes. Birds. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Widely considered Aristophanes' best work, this comedy tells of two fugitive Athenians persuading the birds to form a new city in the clouds, Nephelococcygia ('Cloudcuckooland')" --Provided by publisher.

Aristophanes. Clouds. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A comedy about a father who sends his son to a Socratic school to think for himself and avoid his creditors. This farce satirizes Socrates and the Sophists" --Provided by publisher.

Aristophanes. Ecclesiazusae. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The women of Athens take over and distribute all property according to need. This play was produced after Athens' fall and does not display the comic freedom of Aristophanes' earlier works" --Provided by publisher.

Aristophanes. Frogs. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A dramatic comedy about Dionysus, the patron of drama, who attempts to bring Euripides back from Hades. Aristophanes' ridicule of Dionysus serves as a strong example of Old Comedy's permissiveness" --Provided by publisher.

Aristophanes. Knights. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Criticizes the Athenian demagogue Cleon, one of the primary targets of Aristophanes' ridicule. Legend has it that rather than finding a brave actor, Aristophanes himself played the part of Cleon" --Provided by publisher.

Aristophanes. Lysistrata. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The most controversial work from ancient Greece, it is the story of Lysistrata ('she who disbands armies') who organizes the women of Athens and Sparta to boycott their husbands until there is peace" --Provided by publisher.

Aristophanes. Thesmophoriazusae. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Thesmophoria is an annual Athenian women's festival. The comedy centers around the women's plan to kill Euripides for presenting them in a harsh light in his plays" --Provided by publisher.

Aristophanes. Peace. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Often called Aristophanes' wittiest work, it is the story of Trygaeus, who flies to Heaven searching for the Goddess of Peace. Farmers and workingmen are enlisted to bring Peace back to Greece" --Provided by publisher.

Aristophanes. Plutus. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Aristophanes' last extant play, Plutus was written after the fall of Athens, and like Ecclesiazusae, it does not display the comic freedom of his earlier works" --Provided by publisher.

Aristophanes. Wasps. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Aristophanes attacks the Athenian government for paying citizens for jury duty, a practice initiated by the demagogue, Cleon. This play includes a hilarious trial of a dog accused of stealing cheese" --Provided by publisher.

Aristotle. The ethics of Aristotle. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The second part of Aristotle's two-part treatise on the 'philosophy of human affairs'" --Provided by publisher.

Aristotle. Metaphysics. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Aristotle's treatise on theoretical science. It is a series of works on what he called 'first philosophy,' the study of absolute being" --Provided by publisher.

Aristotle. Nicomachean ethics. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
Aristotle's exploration of ethics in which it is taught that the aim of all action is the Good. This series of ten books is considered Aristotle's most important study of human life.--Provided by publisher.

Aristotle. Politics. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A series of eight books on Politics, including discussions of different kinds of constitutions, the various elements of state, ideal education, and more" --Provided by publisher.

Aristotle. Rhetoric. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A treatise on the means of persuasion through public speaking. It deals with logic, ethics, and general psychology" --Provided by publisher.

Aristotle. The works of Aristotle the famous philosopher. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of Aristotle's works dealing with the female sex" --Provided by publisher.

Arnold, Matthew, 1822-1888. Culture and anarchy. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A series of essays first published in Cornhill Magazine, attempting to define culture and find its function" --Provided by publisher.

Arnold, Matthew, 1822-1888. Poetical works of Matthew Arnold. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of poetry by Matthew Arnold, including such works as 'Quiet Work,' 'To a Friend,' 'A Modern Sappho,' and 'Sohrab and Rustum.'" --Provided by publisher.

Arnold, Matthew, 1822-1888. Selections from the prose works of Matthew Arnold. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of Matthew Arnold's work, including literary criticism, theories of literary criticism, and social and political studies" --Provided by publisher.

Arnold, Matthew, 1822-1888. Sohrab and rustum, and other poems. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Sohrab and Rustum is a narrative poem based on a part of Ferdowsi's Persian epic Shahnameh" --Provided by publisher.

Astor, John Jacob, 1864-1912. A journey in other worlds. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An early science fiction novel about life in the year 2000 and space travel to other worlds within the solar system" --Provided by publisher.

Augustine, Saint, Bishop of Hippo. The city of God. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The City of God (413-426)(De Civitate Dei) is a 22-volume Latin treatise by the person who is perhaps the most prominent of all of the early church fathers. In the work, Augustine presents his view of history as the conflict between the pagan Earthly City (Civitas Terrena) and the Christian City of God (Civitas Dei) which represent, respectively, the profane and the sacred. The book also argues against the accusation that the decline of the Roman Empire was due to the church's negative influence" --Provided by publisher.

Augustine, Saint, Bishop of Hippo. The confessions of Saint Augustine. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A spiritual autobiography describing Augustine's religious experiences and development, and his eventual conversion to Christianity" --Provided by publisher.

Austen, Jane, 1775-1817. Emma. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Another of Austen's novels dealing with courtship and its complications, Emma is a social comedy that also confronts the ideas of class and self-delusion. The story follows the machinations of the wealthy heroine, Emma Woodhouse, and her protegee, Harriet Smith, in their quest for spouses. It is considered by many to be Austen's finest book" --Provided by publisher.

Austen, Jane, 1775-1817. Lady Susan. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"An epistolary novel written by Jane Austen, who never submitted it for publication; it was not actually published until 1871, even though it was probably written in 1794. Lady Susan breaks out of Austen's traditional romantic mold" --Provided by publisher.

Austen, Jane, 1775-1817. Love and freindship. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The epistolary tale of Laura is a parody of romantic novels" --Provided by publisher.

Austen, Jane, 1775-1817. Mansfield Park. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Not unlike most of Austen's other works, Mansfield Park is a story wherein courtship and marriage are the central themes. It tells the tale of Fanny Price, a plain and poor heroine brought up by rich relatives, who falls in love with Edmund, a clergyman who in turn is in love with the superficial and frivolous Mary Crawford" --Provided by publisher.

Austen, Jane, 1775-1817. Northanger abbey. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"This early Jane Austen novel was not published until a year after her death. In it, Austin parodies gothic novels - especially Ann Radcliffe's 1794 work, The Mysteries of Udolpho. A comedy of manners of middle-class life in 19th century England, it deals with Catherine Moreland, an innocent young woman who is prevented from union (at least temporarily) with an upstanding young clergyman named Henry Tilney both by his father as well as a duplicitous and thoroughly-undesirable suitor, John Thorpe" --Provided by publisher.

Austen, Jane, 1775-1817. Persuasion. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"As in all Austen's other novels, the major issue in Persuasion is that of making sure that her characters end up suitably married. The main characters in this story are Anne Elliott (a heroine of whom Austin wrote, 'She is almost too good for me') and the man to whom she was engaged for eight years, Captain Wentworth" --Provided by publisher.

Austen, Jane, 1775-1817. Pride and prejudice. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Austen's most popular work - the story of the Bennet family. Mrs. Bennet occupies her time searching for husbands for her five daughters including the book's intelligent heroine, Elizabeth, who represents 'prejudice.' Her suitor, Fitzwilliam Darcy, represents 'pride'"--Provided by publisher.

Austen, Jane, 1775-1817. Sense and sensibility. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"One of Austen's most famous works - the story of two sisters, representing sense and sensibility, who are deserted by the young men they expect to marry" --Provided by publisher.

Austin, Mary Hunter, 1868-1934. The land of little rain. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Austin's collection of essays and short stories about the Death Valley area" --Provided by publisher.

Babbage, Charles, 1791-1871. Reflections on the decline of science in England. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A pamphlet decrying the state of the Royal Society" --Provided by publisher.

Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. The essays or counsels, civil and moral. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Considered some of the best works in English literature, Bacon's essays are concise original expressions of wisdom that deal with philosophical and religious matters" --Provided by publisher.

Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. The new Atlantis. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Francis Bacon's 'New Atlantis,' first written in Latin, was published in 1629, three years after its author's death. Bacon placed his Ideal Commonwealth in those seas where Australia was even then supposed to be, but had not as yet been discovered. In Bacon's ideal world of the New Atlantis, Science is the civilizer that binds man to man and also leads him to the love of God" --Provided by publisher.

Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. Valerius terminus : of the interpretation of nature. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The first of Bacon's scientific writings, in which he argues that the progression of knowledge will lead to the progression of mankind. At the same time, he argues against the misuse of knowledge, or knowledge that leads to evil ends" --Provided by publisher.

Baker, Samuel White, Sir, 1821-1893,. The Albert N'Yanza, great basin of the Nile. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Baker's travels and his discovery of the Albert N'Yanza, or Lake Albert" --Provided by publisher.

Baker, Samuel White, Sir, 1821-1893. Cyprus, as I saw it in 1879. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A travelogue about Baker's visit to Cyprus" --Provided by publisher.

Baker, Samuel White, Sir, 1821-1893,. Eight years' wanderings in Ceylon. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A personal account of Baker's tiime in a settlement in Ceylon--or Sri Lanka" --Provided by publisher.

Baker, Samuel White, Sir, 1821-1893,. In the heart of Africa. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An autobiographical account of Baker's exploration through Africa, leading to the discovery of Lake Albert and the sources of the Nile" --Provided by publisher.

Baker, Samuel White, Sir, 1821-1893. Ismailia. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A chronicle of Baker's travels in central Africa, his attempts of suppressing the slave trade, and his encounters with armed opposition" --Provided by publisher.

Baker, Samuel White, Sir, 1821-1893,. The rifle and the hound in Ceylon. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An account of the sport of hunting in Ceylon (Sri Lanka), from the perspective of an accomplished hunter" --Provided by publisher.

Baker, Samuel White, Sir, 1821-1893,. Wild beasts and their ways. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A travelogue following Baker's travels in Europe, America, Asia, and Africa" --Provided by publisher.

Ballantyne, R. M. (Robert Michael), 1825-1894. The coral island. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Three boys survive shipwreck on an uninhabited island" --Provided by publisher.

Balzac, Honore? de, 1799-1850. The chouans. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Part of his Human Comedy sequence, the story follows the love of Marie de Verneuil of the aristocracy and the royalist Alphonse de Montauran" --Provided by publisher.

Balzac, Honore? de, 1799-1850. Colonel Chabert. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Another novel in The Human Comedy sequence. This novel follows the riches-to-rags story of Colonel Chabert, who tries to get his life back after everyone assumes he's dead" --Provided by publisher.

Balzac, Honore? de, 1799-1850. Cousin Betty. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Part of Balzac's The Human Comedy, Cousin Betty is the story of a woman who, with help from a younger woman, plots to destroy the happiness of her extended familiy" --Provided by publisher.

Balzac, Honore? de, 1799-1850. Cousin Pons. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A partner novel to Cousin Bette and the last of 94 works in The Human Comedy" --Provided by publisher.

Balzac, Honore? de, 1799-1850. Eugenie Grandet. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A novel about a family of misers, and how their greed affects them" --Provided by publisher.

Balzac, Honore? de, 1799-1850. Eve and David. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Eve and David is part three of the trilogy, Lost Illusions. The novel takes place in the early 1820s, when France's industrial revolution was just beginning to awaken the provinces from their feudal torpor. It demonstrates how a society that was still recovering from the Revolution and Napoleon confronted its citizens with a new set of moral and material dangers" --Provided by publisher.

Balzac, Honore? de, 1799-1850. Father Goriot. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The story of struggling individuals trying to move up during the Bourbon Restoration in France" --Provided by publisher.

Balzac, Honore? de, 1799-1850. The hidden masterpiece. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A short story about painters trying to create their masterpieces" --Provided by publisher.

Balzac, Honore? de, 1799-1850. The magic skin. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A story set in nineteenth century Paris, a young man finds a piece of rough leather that grants his every wish. As a catch, the leather shrinks and weakens the boy every time he makes a wish" --Provided by publisher.

Balzac, Honore? de, 1799-1850. The marriage contract. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Part of the Human Comedy novel sequence, The Marriage Contract about a wealthy bachelor who decides to get married" --Provided by publisher.

Balzac, Honore? de, 1799-1850. Sarrasine. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Part of Balzac's The Human Comedy, Sarrasine is a story about the failed love affair of Sarrasine, who discovers that his love interest, Zambinella, is not a woman, but a castrato" --Provided by publisher.

Balzac, Honore? de, 1799-1850. The two brothers. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The Black Sheep is part of Balzac's Human Comedy series. It tells the story of the Bridau family, trying to regain their lost inheritance after a series of unfortunate mishaps" --Provided by publisher.

Balzac, Honore� de, 1799-1850. The girl with the golden eyes. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Part of the Human Comedy novel sequence, The Girl With the Golden Eyes is the third part of the 'Thirteen' series, which includes the short stories Ferragus and La Duchesse de Langeais" --Provided by publisher.

Balzac, Honore� de, 1799-1850. The lily of the valley. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A novel about the unrealized relationship of Felix de Vandenesse and Henriette de Mortsauf" --Provided by publisher.

Balzac, Honore� de, 1799-1850. Lost illusions. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The Two Poets (Les Deux Poetes) is the first of the Lost Illusions trilogy. The novel revolves around two school friends and their lives growing up in 19th century France" --Provided by publisher.

Balzac, Honore� de, 1799-1850. Scenes from a courtesan's life. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A novel revolving around love, lust, greed, selfless sacrifice and intrigue in 19th Century Paris" --Provided by publisher.

Balzac, Honore� de, 1799-1850. The Vicar of Tours. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The financial fall of an abbe in Tours, France" --Provided by publisher.

Baring, Maurice, 1874-1945. Orpheus in Mayfair and other stories and sketches. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A collection of short stories, including Orpheus in Mayfair, Orpheus in London, and A Chinaman in Oxford" --Provided by publisher.

Barrie, J. M. (James Matthew), 1860-1937. The Admirable Crichton. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A comic play that explores the rigidity of class structures in British society. After being stranded on a deserted island, the Loam family must rely on their butler, Crichton, to keep them all alive, as the only one with any practical knowledge. The social order is thrown into upheaval as Crichton assumes the role as leader of the group" --Provided by publisher.

Barrie, J. M. (James Matthew), 1860-1937. The little minister. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A humorous romance novel about a rather short minister, a mysterious gypsy woman, and the narrator, a schoolteacher" --Provided by publisher.

Barrie, J. M. (James Matthew), 1860-1937. Margaret Ogilvy. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A novel about Barrie's mother" --Provided by publisher.

Barrie, J. M. (James Matthew), 1860-1937. Peter Pan. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Barrie's most famous work, a fantasy about the Darling children Wendy, Michael, and John and Peter Pan, the boy who never grows up. Peter teaches the Darlings to fly and takes them to Neverland where they meet the lost boys, encounter Indians, and battle with Captain Hook and his Pirates in this classic children's adventure tale" --Provided by publisher.

Barrie, J. M. (James Matthew), 1860-1937. Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens(1906) is one of four children's novels that follow the adventures of Barrie's character, Peter Pan. Much of the text was included in chapters 13-18 in his earlier 1902 novel, The Little White Bird, which was written for adult readers" --Provided by publisher.

Barrie, J. M. (James Matthew), 1860-1937. Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The Little White Bird is a novel that explores the intimate emotional relationship between the main characters. It comprises of fantasy and whimsy, and social comedy with aggressive undertones. Responsible for introducing the character and mythology of Peter Pan, those chapters were later published as Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens" --Provided by publisher.

Bates, Henry Walter, 1825-1892. The naturalist on the River Amazons. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A record of Bates's travels through the Amazon Basin, together with Alfred Russel Wallace, to find new species and evidence for natural selection" --Provided by publisher.

Baum, L. Frank (Lyman Frank), 1856-1919. The Emerald City of Oz. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The sixth book in the Oz series. Dorothy and her family move to Oz" --Provided by publisher.

Baum, L. Frank (Lyman Frank), 1856-1919. The enchanted island of Yew. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A more traditional fairy tale by Baum" --Provided by publisher..

Baum, L. Frank (Lyman Frank), 1856-1919. Glinda of Oz. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"One of the 13 sequels to L. Frank Baum's children's classic, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, being an account of the further adventures of the Scarecrow and Tin Woodman and also the strange experiences of the highly magnified Woogle-Bug, Jack Pumpkin-head, the Animated Saw-Horse and the Gump" --Provided by publisher.

Baum, L. Frank (Lyman Frank), 1856-1919. A kidnapped Santa Claus. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Daemons kidnap Santa Claus" --Provided by publisher.

Baum, L. Frank (Lyman Frank), 1856-1919. Life and adventures of Santa Claus. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A fictional account of Santa's life" --Provided by publisher.

Baum, L. Frank (Lyman Frank), 1856-1919. The lost princess of Oz. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"One of the 13 sequels to L. Frank Baum's children's classic, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, being an account of the further adventures of the Scarecrow and Tin Woodman and also the strange experiences of the highly magnified Woogle-Bug, Jack Pumpkin-head, the Animated Saw-Horse and the Gump" --Provided by publisher.

Baum, L. Frank (Lyman Frank), 1856-1919. The magic of Oz. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The thirteenth story in the world of Oz. It explores the various powers of the peoples of Oz as they hold back an invading army" --Provided by publisher.

Baum, L. Frank (Lyman Frank), 1856-1919. The marvellous land of Oz. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The first of 13 sequels to L. Frank Baum's children's classic, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, being an account of the further adventures of the Scarecrow and Tin Woodman and also the strange experiences of the highly magnified Woogle-Bug, Jack Pumpkin-head, the Animated Saw-Horse and the Gump" --Provided by publisher.

Baum, L. Frank (Lyman Frank), 1856-1919. The master key. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
A twentieth century fairy tale about a boy who works with electricity.--Provided by publisher.

Baum, L. Frank (Lyman Frank), 1856-1919. Ozma of Oz. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The third book in the Oz series. Dorothy returns to Oz and other lands nearby" --Provided by publisher.

Baum, L. Frank (Lyman Frank), 1856-1919. The patchwork girl of Oz. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"One of the 13 sequels to L. Frank Baum's children's classic, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, being an account of the further adventures of the Scarecrow and Tin Woodman and also the strange experiences of the highly magnified Woogle-Bug, Jack Pumpkin-head, the Animated Saw-Horse and the Gump" --Provided by publisher.

Baum, L. Frank (Lyman Frank), 1856-1919. Rinkitink in Oz. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"One of the 13 sequels to L. Frank Baum's children's classic, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, being an account of the further adventures of the Scarecrow and Tin Woodman and also the strange experiences of the highly magnified Woogle-Bug, Jack Pumpkin-head, the Animated Saw-Horse and the Gump" --Provided by publisher.

Baum, L. Frank (Lyman Frank), 1856-1919. The road to Oz. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The fifth book in Baum's Oz series. The book follows Dorothy and some new friends as the travel to the land of Oz" --Provided by publisher.

Baum, L. Frank (Lyman Frank), 1856-1919. The scarecrow of Oz. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"One of the 13 sequels to L. Frank Baum's children's classic, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, being an account of the further adventures of the Scarecrow and Tin Woodman and also the strange experiences of the highly magnified Woogle-Bug, Jack Pumpkin-head, the Animated Saw-Horse and the Gump" --Provided by publisher.

Baum, L. Frank (Lyman Frank), 1856-1919. Tik-Tok of Oz. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"One of the 13 sequels to L. Frank Baum's children's classic, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, being an account of the further adventures of the Scarecrow and Tin Woodman and also the strange experiences of the highly magnified Woogle-Bug, Jack Pumpkin-head, the Animated Saw-Horse and the Gump" --Provided by publisher.

Baum, L. Frank (Lyman Frank), 1856-1919. The tin woodman of Oz. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"One of the 13 sequels to L. Frank Baum's children's classic, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, being an account of the further adventures of the Scarecrow and Tin Woodman and also the strange experiences of the highly magnified Woogle-Bug, Jack Pumpkin-head, the Animated Saw-Horse and the Gump" --Provided by publisher.

Baum, L. Frank (Lyman Frank), 1856-1919. The wonderful wizard of Oz. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Baum's most famous work, the story of Dorothy, a young girl from Kansas, who is carried off by a tornado to the wonderful and enchanting land of Oz" --Provided by publisher.

Bede, the Venerable, Saint, 673-735. Bed這s ecclesiastical history of England. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Bede follows the history of Britian and the introduction of Christianity in England" --Provided by publisher.

Beerbohm, Max, Sir, 1872-1956. The works of Max Beerbohm. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of essays Beerbohm wrote in college. The essays included are:, 'Dandies and Dandies', 'A Good Prince', '1880', 'King George the Fourth', 'The Pervasion of Rouge', 'Poor Romeo!', 'Diminuendo'" --Provided by publisher.

Behn, Aphra, 1640-1689. Oroonoko or the royal slave. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Behn's best-known work of prose is the story of a prince turned slave. She based this story on the adventures of the real Prince Oroonoko whom she knew during her residence in Surinam, West Indies" --Provided by publisher.

Behn, Aphra, 1640-1689. Rover. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Behn's best-known comedy is an entirely and openly rewritten version of Thomas Kiligrew's Thomaso, or The Wanderer. It is the story of a band of cavaliers at Naples in carnival time during the exile of Charles II. The Rover was a popular favorite in theaters" --Provided by publisher.

Behn, Aphra, 1640-1689. Willing mistress. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Originally part of the play 'The Dutch Lover,' produced in 1673, it was published independently in Poems Upon Several Occasions in 1684. Opening lines: Amyntas led me to a Grove, / Where all the Trees did shade us..." --Provided by publisher.

Belasco, David, 1853-1931. The girl of the golden West. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A theatrical play set in the California Gold Rush. The play ran for 224 performances at the Belasco Theatre in New York" --Provided by publisher.

Bene?t, Stephen Vincent, 1898-1943. Young adventure, a book of poems. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A collection of poems by Stephen Vincent Benet" --Provided by publisher.

Bennett, Arnold, 1867-1931. The Grand Babylon hotel. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Set in 1902, the novel revolves around The Grand Babylon Hotel, an exclusive London establishment purchased by American millionaire Theodore Racksole while staying as a guest. What Racksole did not expect was dealing with a criminal conspiracy whose purposes are not at all clear. Events begin to take shape as evil villains, physical dangers, and guests - including German Prince Aribert - go missing" --Provided by publisher.

Bennett, Arnold, 1867-1931. How to live on 24 hours a day. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A self-help book in which Bennett urges the white-collar workers of the industrial era to take control of their extra time and use it to improve themselves" --Provided by publisher.

Benson, E. F. (Edward Frederic), 1867-1940. Michael. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The story of a kindhearted man named Michael Comber" --Provided by publisher.

Bentley, E. C. (Edmund Clerihew), 1875-1956. Trent's last case. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A detective story about a terrible private detective" --Provided by publisher.

Berkeley, George, 1685-1753. Essay towards a new theory of vision. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An essay that suggests that objects seen by humans might not be objects at all, but merely collected light and color" --Provided by publisher.

Berkeley, George, 1685-1753. Three dialogues between Hylas and Philonous in opposition to sceptics and atheists. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Discussions on the concepts of perceptual relativity (the theory that an object can appear different to people with different perspectives), the conceivability argument, and Berkeley's phenomenalism (the theory that objects exist only as perceived stimuli)" --Provided by publisher.

Berkeley, George, 1685-1753. Treatise concerning the principles of human knowledge. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Sets forth Berkeley's ideal principles where nothing can exist unless it is perceived; material objects are ideas with no independent existence" --Provided by publisher.

Bierce, Ambrose, 1842-1914?. The Devil's dictionary. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Originally published as The Cynic's Word Book, this 'reference' book satirizes human nature and politics, providing new definitions for common words" --Provided by publisher.

Bierce, Ambrose, 1842-1914?. Fantastic fables. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"In Fantastic Fables, Bierce's poetry anticipates the style of grotesquerie that would become more popular in the 20th century" --Provided by publisher.

Bierce, Ambrose, 1842-1914?. An occurrence at Owl Creek. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A story following Peyton Farquhar, a Confederate sympathizer during the American Civil War" --Provided by publisher.

Bierce, Ambrose, 1842-1914?. The parenticide club. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of short stories about murder. The collection includes:, 'My Favorite Murder', 'Oil of Dog', 'An Imperfect Conflagration', 'The Hypnotist'" --Provided by publisher.

Blackmore, R. D. (Richard Doddridge), 1825-1900. Lorna Doone : a romance of Exmoor. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A romantic historical fiction, set in 17th century England. The book tells of John and Lorna, lovers who come from feuding families, and their struggle to be married" --Provided by publisher.

Blake, William, 1757-1827. Poems of William Blake. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The poetry of this brilliant and unconventional English poet, engraver, and painter" --Provided by publisher.

Blake, William, 1757-1827. Song : how sweet I roam'd from field to field. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Taken from Poetical Sketches, Blake's earliest work. Phoebus, which means 'bright one,' refers to Apollo, the Greek god of the sun, art, and music" --Provided by publisher.

Blake, William, 1757-1827. The tiger. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A sister poem to 'The Lamb' found in The Songs of Experience" --Provided by publisher.

Blasco Ibanez, Vicente, 1867-1928. The four horsemen of the Apocalypse. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The Four Horsemen of The Apocalypse is a novel that follows the complex tale of the French and German sons-in-law of an Argentinian land-owner who find themselves fighting on opposite sides in the First World War" --Provided by publisher.

Block, Marta Segal. Beagles and other hounds. Chicago, IL : World Book, c2014.
"When and where did the beagle breed first appear? What kind of personality might a beagle have? What are some other hound breeds? Read this book to find out!" --Provided by publisher.

Block, Marta Segal. Portuguese water dogs and other working dogs. Chicago, IL : World Book, c2015.
What is a working dog? -- How did breeds of working dogs develop? -- When and where did the Portuguese water dog first appear? -- What does a Portie look like? -- What kind of personality might a Portie have? -- Is a Portie the dog for you? -- What should you look for when choosing a Portie puppy? -- Should you get an older Portie instead of a puppy? -- What does a Portie eat? -- Where should a Portie sleep? -- How do you groom a Portie? -- What about training a Portie? -- What kinds of exercise or play are needed? -- Do Porties like water? -- Should you breed your Portie? -- Are there special organizations for Portie owners? -- How do Porties help people? What are some other working dog breeds? -- What is a Komondor? -- What is a boxer? -- What is s Great Dane -- What is a Saint Bernard? -- What is a Siberian husky? -- What is a dog show like? -- Are there dangers to dogs around the home? -- What are some common signs of illness? -- What routine veterinary care is needed? -- What are your responsibilities as an owner? -- Working dog fun facts -- Glossary -- Index and resource guide -- Dog classification. "When and where did the German shepherd breed first appear? What kind of personality might a German shepherd have? What are some other herding dog breeds? Read this book to find out!" --Provided by publisher.

Block, Marta Segal. Shi tzu and other toy dogs. Chicago, IL : World Book, c2015.
"When and where did the Shi Tzu breed first appear? What kind of personality might a Shi Tzu have? How did breeds of toy dogs develop? Read this book to find out!" --Provided by publisher.

Boccaccio, Giovanni, 1313-1375. The decameron. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Boccaccio's most celebrated work. The Decameron is a collection of stories told by seven ladies and three gallants as they spend ten days in a Florentine church trying to avoid the plague" --Provided by publisher.

Bok, Edward William, 1863-1930. The Americanization of Edward Bok ; the autobiography of a Dutch boy fifty years after. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The Pulitzer Prize-winning autobiographical work of Edward Bok, a Dutch immigrant to America and editor of the Ladies' Home Journal'" --Provided by publisher.

Boldrewood, Rolf, 1826-1915. Robbery under arms. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The classic Australian novel about Dick Marston's life of crime in Australia" --Provided by publisher.

Bonneville, Benjamin Louis Eulalie de, 1796-1878. The adventures of Captain Bonneville. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Captain Benjamin L. E. Bonneville left the east for California in May of 1832. After no one heard from him for five years, people assumed he was dead, or AWOL. However, Bonneville had met and befriended mountain-man Joseph Walker and the two set out to explore and document the Far West of the United States. He returned East and met Washington Irving, who detailed his stories and included Bonneville's personal journals--Provided by publisher.

Borrow, George, 1803-1881. Lavengro : the scholar, the gypsy, the priest. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A semi-ficitonal work following a lawyer turned travelling tinker" --Provided by publisher.

Borrow, George, 1803-1881. The romany rye. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A novel about a boy who joins up with a band of gypsies" --Provided by publisher.

Borrow, George, 1803-1881. Wild Wales : its people, language and scenery. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Borrows's personal account of his travels in Wales" --Provided by publisher.

Borrow, George Henry, 1803-1881. The Bible in Spain. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The book follows Borrow's travels in Spain and his encounters with Spaniards" --Provided by publisher.

Boswell, James, 1740-1795. Boswell's life of Johnson. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A literary biography that brings to life the desires and vulnerabilities of Samuel Johnson; poet, essayist, and literary critic" --Provided by publisher.

Bradford, William. Sundry reasons for the removal from Leyden. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Excerpts from 'The History of Plymouth Plantation.' The Pilgrims settled in Leyden, in the Netherlands, in 1609 and lived there until 1621; the title excerpt here relates the reasons behind their departure. Other selections include 'How the Colony was Troubled with a Hypocrite,' 'The Pestilent Morton and His Merry Mount,' and 'The Life and Death of Elder Brewster.'--Provided by publisher.

Bradford, William, 1590-1657. Divers recollection of Puritan strictness. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Bradford recalls Mr. Johnson, late the pastor of the church of God in Amsterdam, and his wife, a godly woman 'ready to do any good works in her place.' He then relates a story in present day (1648) Norwich to illustrate the 'strictness or rigidness' of Johnson's day and the relative 'excess of our times.'--Provided by publisher.

Bradford, William, 1590-1657. History of Plimoth plantation. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The story of the Pilgrims' settlement in the Dutch Republic after the Mayflower voyage, written by the Governor of Plymouth Colony" --Provided by publisher.

Bradford, William, 1590-1657. Providence and the pilgrim. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Verses left by Bradford declaring his preparedness for death, beginning with the lines: 'From my years young in days of youth, God did make known to me his truth,...'--Provided by publisher.

Bradstreet, Anne, 1612?-1672. Contemplations. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A poem from the second edition of the only Bradstreet collection published during the author's lifetime, 'The Tenth Muse Lately Sprung up in America...'"--Provided by publisher.

Bradstreet, Anne, 1612?-1672. Love-letter to her husband. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A poem from the second edition of the only Bradstreet collection published during the author's lifetime, 'The Tenth Muse Lately Sprung up...'"--Provided by publisher.

Bradstreet, Anne, 1612?-1672. Meditations divine and moral. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Maxims left by the author and published in 1867. 'Sweet words are like honey; a little may refresh, but too much gluts the stomach'--Provided by publisher.

Bradstreet, Anne, 1612?-1672. Of the four ages of man. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A poem from the first edition of the only Bradstreet collection published during the author's lifetime, 'The Tenth Muse Lately Sprung up...'--Provided by publisher.

Bradstreet, Anne, 1612?-1672. To my dear and loving husband. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"One of four poems addressed to her husband in a posthumous edition of her work. Opening lines: If ever two were were one, then surely we; / If ever man were loved by wife, then thee; .." --Provided by publisher.

Brisbane, Arthur, 1864-1936. Editorials from the Hearst newspapers. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Brisbane's popular works as an editor for publisher William Randolph Hearst" --Provided by publisher.

Bront©±, Charlotte. Poems. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Charlotte Bront©± (April 21, 1816-March 31, 1855), English novelist and poet, was the eldest of the three famous Bront©± sisters whose novels are considered classics of English literature. She, together with her two famous sisters, wrote a volume of poetry, Poems by Currer, Ellis, and Acton Bell (1846), and is the author of four novels: The Professor (1857), her first novel, written in 1846 but published posthumously; her most celebrated and well-known novel, Jane Eyre (1847), an autobiographical tale of love, classism, and religion; Shirley (1849), the tale of two women who marry brothers during a period of industrial decline in Yorkshire; and Villette (1853), an exploration of female repression and gender roles in society. A fifth novel, Emma, was 20 pages in process when Bront©± died in 1855́€� ́€”Provided by publisher.

Bronte?, Anne, 1820-1849. Agnes Grey. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Anne Bronte?'s debut novel, written as part of a three-volume set with her sister Emily's Wuthering Heights" --Provided by publisher.

Bronte?, Charlotte, 1816-1855. Jane Eyre. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The story of an orphan who later becomes a governess and finds a lover. This was Bronte's most successful novel, and it remains her most famous work. Much of Jane Eyre is said to be based on Charlotte's own unhappy childhood" --Provided by publisher.

Bronte?, Charlotte, 1816-1855. The professor. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A Yorkshire clerk moves to Belgium as a teacher. There he complicates his love life" --Provided by publisher.

Bronte, Charlotte, 1816-1855. Shirley. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Set against the textile mills of 19th century England, Shirley is a novel that follows two females workers and the men they love. It is centered around the industrial depression that followed the Napoleonic Wars and the War of 1812, resulting in manufacturing unrest and a shift of women's role in soceity" --Provided by publisher.

Bronte, Charlotte, 1816-1855. Villette. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The novel follows Lucy Snowe who moves to Villette after a family disaster" --Provided by publisher.

Bronte?, Emily, 1818-1848. Wuthering Heights. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Emily Bronte?'s only novel tells the story of Heathcliff's adoption by the Earnshaw family. Bronte?'s affinity for mysticism is demonstrated throughout this classic work" --Provided by publisher.

Brontë, Anne, 1820-1849. The tenant of Wildfell Hall. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Anne Bronte's second and last novel, considered one of the first feminist novels. The book was an instant success, and tells the story of Helen Graham's escape from a cruel marriage" --Provided by publisher.

Brontë, Charlotte, 1816-1855. Charlotte Bront©±'s notes on the Pseudonymous Bells. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An announcement by Charlotte Bronte that the Bells are in fact the Bronte sisters" --Provided by publisher.

Brooke, Rupert, 1887-1915. 1914. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A sequence of six poems about World War I" --Provided by publisher.

Brown, Charles Brockden, 1771-1810. Memoirs of Carwin the biloquist ; (a fragment). Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A fragment of a story published in Brown's Literary Magazine over two years. The story follows a young man, Carwin, as he develops a talent for mimicking the voices of others. The story was never completed" --Provided by publisher.

Brown, Charles Brockden, 1771-1810. Wieland. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"An American Gothic novel about Clara running from her brother as he tries to kill her" --Provided by publisher.

Brown, William Wells, 1814?-1884. Clotelle. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The story of an escaped slave and her two daughters" --Provided by publisher.

Browning, Elizabeth Barrett, 1806-1861. Sonnets from the Portuguese. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A series of sonnets that follow the time leading up to Barrett Browning's marraige to Robert Browning" --Provided by publisher.

Browning, Robert, 1812-1889. Dramatic lyrics. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of English poems, the third in the series Bells and Pomegranates. Poems include 'The Pied Piper of Hamelin,' 'My Last Duchess,' and 'Porphyria's Lover'" --Provided by publisher.

Browning, Robert, 1812-1889. Men and women. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of fifty-one poems, including 'Love Among the Ruins,' 'A Lover's Quarrel,' 'Evelyn Hope,' and 'Up at a Villa-Down in the City,' among others" --Provided by publisher.

Browning, Robert, 1812-1889. The ring and the book. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Considered Browning's masterpiece, 'The Ring and the Book' lifted the poet out of a long obscurity. Making full use of the dramatic monologue form which he perfected, 'The Ring and the Book' is a retelling of a 17th century murder case that Browning found in an old manuscript. A dozen characters in all offer their own views of the incident" --Provided by publisher.

Browning, Robert, 1812-1889. Selections from the poems and plays of Robert Browning. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Selections from the poems and plays of Robert Browning, including 'Songs from Paracelsus,' 'The Lost Leader,' 'Evelyn Hope,' and 'Love Among the Ruins,' among others" --Provided by publisher.

Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878. Poetical works of William Cullen Bryant. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A complete collection of poetry by William Cullent Bryant, who wrote on subjects such as slavery, America, culture, nature, and politics" --Provided by publisher.

Bryce, James Bryce, Viscount, 1838-1922. Studies in contemporary biography. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of essays examining the nature of biographical text" --Provided by publisher.

Buchan, John, 1875-1940. Greenmantle. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A novel following the character Richard Hannay during World War I" --Provided by publisher.

Buchan, John, 1875-1940. Huntingtower. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An adventure story featuring Dickson McCunn, a retired grocer who is reluctantly swept into the middle of goings-on as a Russian spy conspiracy unravels" --Provided by publisher.

Buchan, John, 1875-1940. Mr. Standfast. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A novel following the exploits of Richard Hannay in World War I" --Provided by publisher.

Buchan, John, 1875-1940. The path of the king. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Buchan's dramatic imagining of Abraham Lincoln's ancestry" --Provided by publisher.

Bulfinch, Thomas, 1796-1867. The age of chivalry. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Basic text designed to popularize and lend enjoyment to the mythology of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table" --Provided by publisher.

Bulfinch, Thomas, 1796-1867. The age of fable. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An elementary reference book used to popularize Greek, Roman, Scandinavian, and Celtic mythology" --Provided by publisher.

Bulfinch, Thomas, 1796-1867. Legends of Charlemagne. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Charlemagne was Charles the Great, King of the Franks and Emperor of the West. Here Bulfinch tells many romantic and heroic legends about this great warrior and his peers" --Provided by publisher.

Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. The holy war. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"An allegorical story about the town of Mansoul. This story also chronicles a Christian's conversion" --Provided by publisher.

Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. The pilgrim's progress. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The Pilgrim's Progress from This World to That Which Is To Come was written in two parts, in 1678 and 1684 respectively. Along with 'Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners' (Bunyan's narrative of his religious conversion), it is his greatest work. The object of the work is to give an allegorical view of the life of a Christian, his difficulties, temptations, and ultimate triumph. Among the worldly personages who obstruct the pilgrim Christian on his way are Sloth, Hypocrisy, Presumption, the Giant Despair, Mr. Legality, and the Dragons of the Pit" --Provided by publisher.

Burckhardt, Jacob, 1818-1897. The civilization of the Renaissance in Italy. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A historiography of the Italian Renaissance, divided into six parts, written by Swiss historian Jacob Burckhardt" --Provided by publisher.

Burgess, Thornton W. (Thornton Waldo), 1874-1965. The adventures of Paddy the Beaver. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A children's story, featuring Paddy the Beaver, Sammy Jay, and Old Man Coyote" --Provided by publisher.

Burgess, Thornton W. (Thornton Waldo), 1874-1965. The adventures of Reddy Fox. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"One of the many dozens of children's stories Thornton Burgess wrote featuring friendly woodland animals" --Provided by publisher.

Burgess, Thornton W. (Thornton Waldo), 1874-1965. The burgess animal book for children. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of children's stories about Peter Rabbit. This collection includes:, 'Peter and Jumper go to School', 'More of Peter's Long-Legged Cousins', 'The Squirrels of the Trees', 'Three Little Redcoats and Some Others', 'Teeny Weeny and His Cousin', 'Flitter the Bat and His Family' --Provided by publisher.

Burgess, Thornton W. (Thornton Waldo), 1874-1965. The Burgess bird book for children. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A children's book detailing the lives of birds, combining scientific information with creative stories about birds like Jenny Wren, Redwing the Blackbird, and Spooky the Screech Owl" --Provided by publisher.

Burgess, Thornton W. (Thornton Waldo), 1874-1965. Old mother west wind. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A story that introduced the world to many of the characters that Burgess would use in his other works" --Provided by publisher.

Burke, Edmund, 1729-1797. Selections from the speeches and writings of Edmund Burke. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of works by statesman and philosopher Edmund Burke, including 'Judgment and Policy,' 'Great Men,' 'Right of Taxation,' and 'Civil Freedom' --Provided by publisher..

Burke, Edmund, 1729-1797. Thoughts on the present discontents, and speeches. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Includes speeches by Edmund Burke and his thoughts on the British power of juries in prosecutions for libels, shortening the duration of Parliaments, and the reform of representation in the House of Commons" --Provided by publisher.

Burke, Edmund, 1729-1797. A vindication of natural society. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A satire of Lord Bolingbroke's deism, in which Burke carried Bolingbroke's arguments against revealed religion to civil society and government" --Provided by publisher.

Burnett, Frances Hodgson, 1849-1924. The dawn of a to-morrow. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The story about a man saved from suicide" --Provided by publisher.

Burnett, Frances Hodgson, 1849-1924. A lady of quality. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A historical novel that follows Clorinda Wildairs, who isn't what one would expect of a heroine" --Provided by publisher.

Burnett, Frances Hodgson, 1849-1924. A little princess. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A Little Princess: Being the Whole Story of Sara Crewe, Now told for the First Time is a reworking of Burnett's 1888 Sara Crewe. It is a modern-day fairy tale that follows the life of Sara, an unfortunate girl who is forced to become a servant after the death of her father. A recluse helps her to overcome her unfavorable state and, in the end, good triumphs over evil" --Provided by publisher.

Burnett, Frances Hodgson, 1849-1924. Sara Crewe. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Sara Crewe (1888) or, What Happened at Miss Minchin's is the story of the daughter of a rich businessman who suffers poverty after her father dies penniless. She ends up living in an attic and is forced to rely on her imagination to distract herself from her desperate plight. Ultimately, Sara's determination and resilience pay off" --Provided by publisher.

Burnett, Frances Hodgson, 1849-1924. The secret garden. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The Secret Garden has been called a masterpiece of juvenile fiction. While Little Lord Fauntleroy may have been more popular, The Secret Garden, a touching depiction of childhood, is considered by many critics to be Burnett's greatest work" --Provided by publisher.

Burnett, Frances Hodgson, 1849-1924. The shuttle. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A story of a rich heiress who tries to rescue her older sister from her rich, abusive husband" --Provided by publisher.

Burnett, Frances Hodgson, 1849-1924. The white people. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A novella about a Scottish girl who loves to read" --Provided by publisher.

Burns, Robert, 1759-1796. The complete works of Robert Burns. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The collection of his poems, songs, and other writings. Some of the works included are:, 'Handsome Nell', 'The Rigs o'Barley', 'Peggy', 'Gloomy December', 'On a Schoolmaster', 'A Grace before Meat', 'The Book-worms', 'Tam O'Shatner. A Tale', 'The Whistle', 'Address to the Shade of Tomson, on crowning his Bust at Ednam with bays'" --Provided by publisher.

Burroughs, Edgar Rice, 1875-1950. At the earth's core. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The first of the Burroughs's Pellucidar Series, At the Earth's Core follows David Innes and Abner Perry to Pellucidar, a civilization at the center of the earth. Pellucidar is ruled by an advanced civilization of reptiles called Mahars, while the human inhabitants are primitive, stone-age people. In this story, Innes falls in love with Dian the Beautiful who later is abducted and must be rescued. We are also introduced to such characters as Hooja the Sly One and Jubal the Ugly" --Provided by publisher.

Burroughs, Edgar Rice, 1875-1950. The beasts of Tarzan. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The Beasts of Tarzan is the third of the 24 books in the Tarzan Series. It was written in just over a month (from January 7 to February 9, 1914). Burroughs put The Beasts of Tarzan up for bid. It was ultimately purchased by All-Story magazine for --Provided by publisher. "The Beasts of Tarzan is the third of the 24 books in the Tarzan Series. It was written in just over a month (from January 7 to February 9, 1914). Burroughs put The Beasts of Tarzan up for bid. It was ultimately purchased by All-Story magazine for --Provided by publisher.

Burroughs, Edgar Rice, 1875-1950. The gods of Mars. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The second novel in the eleven-novel Mars series" --Provided by publisher.

Burroughs, Edgar Rice, 1875-1950. Jungle tales of Tarzan. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The sixth book of the Tarzan series. In this novel, Tarzan meets up with Bakawai, a greedy and evil witch doctor. An interesting episode that occurs in this work is when Tarzan, as a practical joke, disguises himself and puts on the skin of a lion. His plan backfires when he is mistaken for the real thing and is almost killed by the apes whom he had planned to frighten. Only the alertness of a little monkey saves him" --Provided by publisher.

Burroughs, Edgar Rice, 1875-1950. The monster men. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The Frankenstein-like story of a monster who saves the girl from monsters and men" --Provided by publisher.

Burroughs, Edgar Rice, 1875-1950. A princess of Mars. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
Edgar Rice Burroughs's epic tale of a Civil War soldier mysteriously transported to the planet Mars.--Provided by publisher.

Burroughs, Edgar Rice, 1875-1950. The return of Tarzan. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"This is the second novel of the Tarzan series. In this story, Tarzan returns to civilization and even visits Paris. The villain in this work is a Russian expatriate named Rokoff. Paralleling the attraction of Tarzan and Jane Porter (they marry in this volume) is the attraction that develops between Jane's friend Hazel Strong and Lord Tennington" --Provided by publisher.

Burroughs, Edgar Rice, 1875-1950. The son of Tarzan. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"This is the fourth novel in the 24 volume Tarzan series. The work centers around Jack, also known as Korak the Killer, the son of Tarzan and Jane Porter. The story traces his development from infancy (when he is kidnapped) to manhood. Essentially, it is a Tarzan novel featuring the very Tarzan-like son, Jack, as the hero" --Provided by publisher.

Burroughs, Edgar Rice, 1875-1950. Tarzan and the jewels of Opar. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"This is the fifth of 24 books in the Tarzan series. The book deals with Tarzan's quest for the treasure named in the title. A high point of the work is Jane's abduction at the hands of slavers" --Provided by publisher.

Burroughs, Edgar Rice, 1875-1950. Tarzan of the apes. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The first of Edgar Rice Burroughs's Tarzan stories provides the background for the life of the hero. Tarzan, not unlike Rudyard Kipling's Mowgli, is an abandoned child who is reared among wild animals, in this case, apes. In this first volume, we are introduced to Tarzan's foster mother, Kala, and her mate, Tublat. Jane Porter, the ape-man's future wife, is also introduced in this work" --Provided by publisher.

Burroughs, Edgar Rice, 1875-1950. Thuvia, maid of Mars. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Thuvia, Maid of Mars is the fourth of eleven of Burroughs' Martian novels. The work concerns itself in part with the relationship that develops between John Carter's son, Carthoris, and Princess Thuvia of Ptarth. The villain in this volume is the intractable Netus of Dusar" --Provided by publisher.

Burroughs, Edgar Rice, 1875-1950. Warlord of Mars. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The Warlord of Mars is the third of eleven works in the Mars series. In this volume, John Carter comes up against the brutal villain Salensus Oll of Okar" --Provided by publisher.

Burroughs, John, 1837-1921. Birds and bees, sharp eyes and other papers. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of nature essays. This work includes:, 'Bird Enemies', 'The Tragedies of the Nests', 'An Idyl of the Honey-Bees', 'Sharp Eyes', 'The Apple', 'A Taste of Maine Birch', 'Winter Neighbors', 'Notes by the Way'--Provided by publisher.

Burton, Richard Francis, Sir, 1821-1890. The book of the thousand nights and a night. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 1 of Burton's translation of One Thousand and One Nights, a collection of folk tales from the Middle East and South Asia, compiled during the Islamic Golden Age" --Provided by publisher.

Burton, Richard Francis, Sir, 1821-1890. The book of the thousand nights and a night. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 2 of Burton's translation of One Thousand and One Nights, a collection of folk tales from the Middle East and South Asia, compiled during the Islamic Golden Age" --Provided by publisher.

Burton, Richard Francis, Sir, 1821-1890. The book of the thousand nights and a night. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 3 of Burton's translation of One Thousand and One Nights, a collection of folk tales from the Middle East and South Asia, compiled during the Islamic Golden Age" --Provided by publisher.

Burton, Richard Francis, Sir, 1821-1890. The book of the thousand nights and a night. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 4 of Burton's translation of One Thousand and One Nights, a collection of folk tales from the Middle East and South Asia, compiled during the Islamic Golden Age" --Provided by publisher.

Burton, Richard Francis, Sir, 1821-1890. The book of the thousand nights and a night. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 5 of Burton's translation of One Thousand and One Nights, a collection of folk tales from the Middle East and South Asia, compiled during the Islamic Golden Age" --Provided by publisher.

Burton, Richard Francis, Sir, 1821-1890. The book of the thousand nights and a night. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 6 of Burton's translation of One Thousand and One Nights, a collection of folk tales from the Middle East and South Asia, compiled during the Islamic Golden Age" --Provided by publisher.

Burton, Richard Francis, Sir, 1821-1890. The book of the thousand nights and a night. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 7 of Burton's translation of One Thousand and One Nights, a collection of folk tales from the Middle East and South Asia, compiled during the Islamic Golden Age" --Provided by publisher.

Burton, Richard Francis, Sir, 1821-1890. The book of the thousand nights and a night. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 8 of Burton's translation of One Thousand and One Nights, a collection of folk tales from the Middle East and South Asia, compiled during the Islamic Golden Age" --Provided by publisher.

Burton, Richard Francis, Sir, 1821-1890. The book of the thousand nights and a night. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 9 of Burton's translation of One Thousand and One Nights, a collection of folk tales from the Middle East and South Asia, compiled during the Islamic Golden Age" --Provided by publisher.

Burton, Richard Francis, Sir, 1821-1890. The book of the thousand nights and a night. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 10 of Burton's translation of One Thousand and One Nights, a collection of folk tales from the Middle East and South Asia, compiled during the Islamic Golden Age" --Provided by publisher.

Burton, Richard Francis, Sir, 1821-1890. Supplemental nights. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 1 of the Supplemental Nights,which were published after Burton's translation of One Thousand and One Nights. The stories are folk tales from the Middle East and South Asia, compiled during the Islamic Golden Age" --Provided by publisher.

Burton, Richard Francis, Sir, 1821-1890. Supplemental nights. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 2 of the Supplemental Nights,which were published after Burton's translation of One Thousand and One Nights. The stories are folk tales from the Middle East and South Asia, compiled during the Islamic Golden Age" --Provided by publisher.

Burton, Richard Francis, Sir, 1821-1890. Supplemental nights. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 3 of the Supplemental Nights,which were published after Burton's translation of One Thousand and One Nights. The stories are folk tales from the Middle East and South Asia, compiled during the Islamic Golden Age" --Provided by publisher.

Burton, Richard Francis, Sir, 1821-1890. Supplemental nights. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 4 of the Supplemental Nights,which were published after Burton's translation of One Thousand and One Nights. The stories are folk tales from the Middle East and South Asia, compiled during the Islamic Golden Age" --Provided by publisher.

Burton, Richard Francis, Sir, 1821-1890. Supplemental nights. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 5 of the Supplemental Nights,which were published after Burton's translation of One Thousand and One Nights. The stories are folk tales from the Middle East and South Asia, compiled during the Islamic Golden Age" --Provided by publisher.

Burton, Richard Francis, Sir, 1821-1890. Supplemental nights. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 6 of the Supplemental Nights,which were published after Burton's translation of One Thousand and One Nights. The stories are folk tales from the Middle East and South Asia, compiled during the Islamic Golden Age" --Provided by publisher.

Burton, Richard Francis, Sir, 1821-1890. Vikram and the vampire. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An adaptation of Indian legends, including the tale of King Vikram's quest to capture a vetala, a spirit that inhabits dead bodies" --Provided by publisher.

Bury, J. B. (John Bagnell), 1861-1927. The idea of progress. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The theory of the Idea of Progress is that scientific and social progress will improve the quality of life of humanity" --Provided by publisher.

Butler, Samuel, 1835-1902. Erewhon. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The discovery of a fictional country by the protagonist. The story is basedon Samuel Butler's own life in New Zealand" --Provided by publisher.

Butler, Samuel, 1835-1902. Erewhon revisited. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A sequel to Erewhon. While not as playful, Erewhon Revisited has greater wit and criticism than its predecessor" --Provided by publisher.

Butler, Samuel, 1835-1902. Essays on life, art and science. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of essays on a variety of topics, including 'how to Make the Best of Life,' 'A Medieval Girl School,' and 'Art in the Valley of Saas.'--Provided by publisher.

Butler, Samuel, 1835-1902. A first year in Canterbury settlement. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"After escaping family dispute by emigrating to New Zealand, Butler became a sheep farmer. A First Year in Canterbury Settlement is an account of Butler's experiences during his first year on the farm" --Provided by publisher.

Butler, Samuel, 1835-1902. God the known and God the unknown. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"First appearing as a series of articles in The Examiner, God the Known and God the Unknown is a treatise on the nature of God, arguing for the physicality of God" --Provided by publisher.

Butler, Samuel, 1835-1902. The way of all flesh. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A novel that explores relationships between parents and children and is, in part, based on Butler's own life. This satirical criticism of English family life was published posthumously" --Provided by publisher.

Aesop's fables. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Aesop's fables are a collection of stories credited to a Greek slave named Aesop, who died about 565 B.C." --Provided by publisher.

Beowulf. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A Germanic tribal epic poem of the adventures of Beowulf, a Scandinavian hero, who comes to the aid of the King of the Danes whose mead hall is being attacked by a monster. Though this poem does include some actual historic figures, its events are legendary" --Provided by publisher.

The Arabian nights. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A collection of about 200 stories, it is probably the most famous piece of Arabic literature in the West. It includes the adventures of such well-known characters as Aladdin, Ali Baba, and Sinbad" --Provided by publisher.

Barlaam and Ioasaph. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A Christian retelling of a Buddhist legend" --Provided by publisher.

The imitation of Christ. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A Christian spiritual handbook, originally written in the 15th century in Latin" --Provided by publisher.

The Anglo-Saxon chronicle. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Anglo-Saxon Chronicle is the first great work of English prose and the most important source for English history from about 800 to 1066" --Provided by publisher.

Grettir the strong, Icelandic saga. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The last of the great Icelandic sagas tells the story of a romantic hero, Grettir, viewed through an unromantic lens" --Provided by publisher.

The Bhagavad-Gita. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A Hindu scriptural work, part of the epic Mahabharata. The story is told in a dialogue between Prince Arjuna and Lord Krishna" --Provided by publisher.

Cinderella. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Cinderella is a European folk tale in which the title character is a woman living in unfortunate circumstances that are suddenly changed to remarkable fortune. Though the story has been written countless times around the world, Perrault's 1697 version is one of the most beloved. The popularity of his tale was due to his additions to the story, including the pumpkin, the fairy-godmother and the introduction of glass slippers" --Provided by publisher.

Twenty-two goblins. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A collection of short mythological stories about goblins, translated from Sanskrit" --Provided by publisher.

The Holy Bible : Douay-Rheims version. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A translation of the Bible directly from the Latin Vulgate to English" --Provided by publisher.

Byron, George Gordon Byron, Baron, 1788-1824. Don Juan. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"This unfinished sixteen canto poem describes Don Juan's adventures with shipwrecks, slavery, and romance. Through his hero, Byron gives the reader his views on power, wealth, society, chastity, and more in his many long digressions" --Provided by publisher.

Byron, George Gordon Byron, Baron, 1788-1824. On this day I complete my thirty-sixth year. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Written on his last birthday; Byron reportedly presented this work to his friends who had been complaining that he never wrote poetry anymore. Opening lines: 'T is time this heart should be unmoved, / Since others it hath ceased to move; .." --Provided by publisher.

Byron, George Gordon Byron, Baron, 1788-1824. She walks in beauty. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Written after seeing Lady Wilmot Horton dressed in mourning. Opening lines: She walks in beauty, like the night / Of cloudless climes and starry skies; .." --Provided by publisher.

Byron, George Gordon Byron, Baron, 1788-1824. So we'll go no more a-roving. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"One of Byron's best-known and most beautiful poems, he composed it while in Venice. Opening lines: So, we'll go no more a roving / so late into the night, .." --Provided by publisher.

Byron, George Gordon Byron, Baron, 1788-1824. The works of Lord Byron. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of Lord Byron's poetry, including 'English Bards, and Scotch Reviewers,' 'The Curse of Minerva,' and 'The Waltz.'" --Provided by publisher.

Cabell, James Branch, 1879-1958. The certain hour. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The twelfth novel in The Biography of the Life of Manuel, a series that follows the life of Dom Manuel and his descendants" --Provided by publisher.

Cable, George Washington, 1844-1925. The grandissimes. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A historical romance that follows the Grandissime family in New Orleans just following the Louisiana Purchase in 1803. The story shows the lives of family members who belong to different races and classes in Creole society, and shows the differences between French Creole culture and the American culture created by slavery" --Provided by publisher.

Caesar, Julius.. Commentaries on the Gallic War. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A first-hand account of the Gallic Wars, describing the nine years Julius Caesar spent fighting in Gaul" --Provided by publisher.

Calamity Jane, 1856-1903. The life and adventures of Calamity Jane. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The memoirs of Calamity Jane" --Provided by publisher.

Caldero�n de la Barca, Pedro, 1600-1681. Life is a dream. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A Spanish Godlen Age drama about free will and fate of Segismundo, Prince of Poland" --Provided by publisher.

Cardozo, Benjamin N. (Benjamin Nathan), 1870-1938. The altruist in politics. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A commencement oration delivered by Benjamin Cardozo to Columbia College in 1889" --Provided by publisher.

Carlyle, Thomas, 1795-1881. Early kings of Norway. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of short essays on Viking kings. The essays contained within are:, 'Harald Haarfagr', 'Eric Blood-Axe and Brothers', 'Hakon the Good', 'Harald Greyfell and Brothers', 'Hakon Jarl', 'Olaf Tryggveson', 'Reign of Olaf Tryggveson', 'Jarls Eric and Svein', 'King Olaf the Thick-Set's Viking Days', 'Reign of King Olaf the Saint', 'Magnus the Good and Others', 'Olaf the Tranquil, Magnus Barefoot, and Sigurd the Crusader', 'Magnus the Blind, Harald Gylle, and Mutual Extinction of the Haarfagrs', 'Sverrir and Descendants, to Hakon the Old', 'Hakon the Old at Largs'"--Provided by publisher.

Carlyle, Thomas, 1795-1881. Latter-day pamphlets. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A collection of essays on various subjects. Included are the following essays:, 'The present time,' 'Model prisons,' 'Downing street,' 'The new Downing street,' 'Stumporator,' 'Parliaments,' 'Hudson's statue,' 'Jesuitism.'" --Provided by publisher.

Carlyle, Thomas, 1795-1881. Life of John Sterling. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The biography of John Sterling, author and friend of Thomas Carlyle" --Provided by publisher.

Carlyle, Thomas, 1795-1881. Sartor resartus. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A part fictional, part autobiographical account of a professor used by the author to put for his own philosophical ideas and life experiences" --Provided by publisher.

Carman, Bliss, 1861-1929. Sappho : one hundred lyrics. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A book of poetry by Canadian poet Bliss Carman, who set out to restore the lost poetry of Sappho. Carman based his work painstakingly on the poems and fragments of Sappho's work, and then crafted his own poems around them" --Provided by publisher.

Carroll, Lewis, 1832-1898. Alice's adventures in Wonderland. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Carroll's classic story about Alice and her journey through the whimsical world of Wonderland" --Provided by publisher.

Carroll, Lewis, 1832-1898. The hunting of the snark. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An Agony in Eight Fits. A nonsensical fantasy tale in verse which includes satire, parody, and symbolism. Opening lines: 'Just the place for a Snark!' the Bellman cried, / As he landed his crew with care; ...'--Provided by publisher.

Carroll, Lewis, 1832-1898. Phantasmagoria and other poems. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A seven canto poem about a friendly ghost who expounds on 'Hys Fyve Rules' for haunting. Opening lines: One winter night, at half-past nine, / Cold, tired, and cross, and muddy,.." --Provided by publisher.

Carroll, Lewis, 1832-1898. Sylvie and Bruno. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"After the 'Alice' stories, Sylvie and Bruno is Carroll's best known work of fantasy. This fairy story began as a short story ('Bruno's Revenge,' 1867) and evolved over twenty years of fragmented writing into a two volume work (with 'Sylvie and Bruno Concluded.')" --Provided by publisher.

Carroll, Lewis, 1832-1898. Through the looking-glass. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The sequel to 'Alice in Wonderland.' Alice climbs through a mirror and discovers that the world is totally reversed like the mirror's reflection. The ballad 'Jabberwocky' is included in this book. Sir John Tenniel drew the classic illustrations" --Provided by publisher.

Castro, Fidel. Fidel Castro to Nikita Krushchev, 26 October 1962. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A letter from Fidel Castro to Nikita Krushchev during the Cuban Missile Crisis" --Provided by publisher.

Cather, Willa, 1873-1947. Alexander's bridge. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Alexander's Bridge is Willa Cather's highly Jamesian novel about a man who torn between his affection for his wife and a woman he loved as a young man" --Provided by publisher.

Cather, Willa, 1873-1947. My Antonia. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Cather's novel about Bohemian immigrant farmers who settle on Nebraska frontier prairie. The story centers around the difficult life of Antonia Shimerda, a heroine forced to work as a farm servant" --Provided by publisher.

Cather, Willa, 1873-1947. O pioneers! Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"When Alexandra Bergson's father dies, she must take over the care of her family and of the family farm. Cather's second novel and the first to be set in Nebraska, O Pioneers! is dominated by its main character's devotion to the land" --Provided by publisher.

Cather, Willa, 1873-1947. The song of the lark. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The Song of the Lark is Cather's novel about Thea Kronborg, the daughter of a Swedish minister. The book traces her life of adversity and her struggle to find love and to achieve success as a musician" --Provided by publisher.

Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de, 1547-1616. The comical history of Rincon and Cortado. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The Comical History of Rincon and Cortado (1613) is taken from Cervantes' Exemplary Novels ('Novelas Ejemplares'), a collection of shorter works published in 1613. In this story, we follow the curious adventures of two teenage boys, Pedro del Rincon and Diego Cortado; one is 14 and the other 15. Rincon is a convicted thief and Cortado is a cut-purse. Their escapades make for entertaining reading" --Provided by publisher.

Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de, 1547-1616. Dialogue between Scipio and Berganza. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Taken from Cervantes' 'Exemplary Novels,' this story is told from the point of view of two dogs named Scipio and Berganza who live in the Spanish city of Toledo. It gives an account of 'their lives and adventures with their reflections on the lives, humours, and employments of the masters they lived with" --Provided by publisher.

Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de, 1547-1616. The generous lover. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The Generous Lover is one of Cervantes 'Exemplary Novels'- that is, one of his 'Novelas Ejemplares' or short-stories published in 1613. It deals with the somewhat incredible adventures of the lovers Ricardo and Leonisa who, while on a Mediterranean journey, are captured and taken prisoner by the Turks. 'The Generous Lover' works well as a description of sea travel" --Provided by publisher.

Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de, 1547-1616. The jealous extremaduran. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The Jealous Extremaduran is another of Cervantes 'Exemplary Novels'- that is, one of his 'Novelas Ejemplares' or short-stories published in 1613. It is the tale of Felipe de Carrizales, a rich old man who marries a beautiful young woman. Out of jealousy, he locks her up inside his house and boards up the windows. A young man named Loaysa hears of this and decides to seduce her. The story is a minor masterpiece" --Provided by publisher.

Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de, 1547-1616. The little gypsy. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The Little Gypsy is one of Cervantes 'Exemplary Novels'- that is, one of his 'Novelas Ejemplares' or short-stories published in 1613. It tells the story of Juan de Carcamo who falls in love with a beautiful and virtuous 15-year-old Gypsy named Preciosa who demands that he leave his family and friends behind and join with her Gypsy tribe. The story gives a fine presentation of Gypsy life" --Provided by publisher.

Chaikin, Andrew, 1956-. Dinosaur days. Chicago : World Book, c2014.
"How long ago did dinosaurs live? What may have led to their extinction? How do scientists know which dinosaurs ate plants and which ate other animals? Read this book to find out!" --Provided by publisher.

Chaucer, Geoffrey, -1400. The Canterbury tales and other poems. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Chaucer's story about travelers on their way to Canterbury" --Provided by publisher.

Chekhov, Anton Pavlovich, 1860-1904. The cherry orchard. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Anton Chekhov's last play about a Russian aristocrat and her family as they prepare to sell their large estate in order to pay for their mortgage. The play is both farcical and tragic" --Provided by publisher.

Chekhov, Anton Pavlovich, 1860-1904. Ivanoff. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Written in only ten days, this four-act drama displeased Chekhov so much on the first performance that he rewrote parts of the script" --Provided by publisher.

Chekhov, Anton Pavlovich, 1860-1904. The sea-gull. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The first of Chekhov's four major plays. Although the play was poorly received on opening night, it later became a great success" --Provided by publisher.

Chekhov, Anton Pavlovich, 1860-1904. Swan song. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A play that explores the theme of inevitable, and possibly imminent, death" --Provided by publisher.

Chekhov, Anton Pavlovich, 1860-1904. A transgression. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"In this short story, a man finds a baby on his doorstep, the child of a former love affair. His wife knows nothing about the affair, and the man is torn deciding what to do with the baby" --Provided by publisher.

Chekhov, Anton Pavlovich, 1860-1904. Uncle Vanya. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A play telling the story of an elderly professor, Aleksandr, and his wife Yelena, who visit family on their rural estate and disrupt matters by announcing plans to sell the estate" --Provided by publisher.

Chekhov, Anton Pavlovich, 1860-1904. The wife, and other stories. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of short stories which includes the following:, 'The Wife', 'Difficult People', 'The Grasshopper', 'A Dreary Story', 'The Privy Councillor', 'The Man in a Case', 'Gooseberries', 'About Love', The Lottery Ticket'" --Provided by publisher.

Chekhov, Anton Pavlovich, 1860-1904. The witch, and other stories. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of short stories by Anton Chekhov. The stories include:, 'The Witch', 'Peasant Wives', 'The Post', 'The New Villa', 'Dreams', 'The Pipe', 'Agafya', 'At Christmas Time', 'Gusev', 'The Student', 'In the Ravine', 'The Hunstman', 'Happiness', 'A Malefactor', 'Peasants'--Provided by publisher.

Chesnutt, Charles W. (Charles Waddell), 1858-1932. The house behind the cedars. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A realistic view of the complex race relations in the nineteenth century American South" --Provided by publisher.

Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of, 1694-1773. Lord Chesterfield's letters to his son, 1746-47. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A selection from over 400 letters Lord Chesterfield wrote to his son. These letters vary in subject from geography, history, and literature to politics and social customs" --Provided by publisher.

Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of, 1694-1773. Lord Chesterfield's letters to his son, 1748. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A selection from over 400 letters Lord Chesterfield wrote to his son. These letters vary in subject from geography, history, and literature to politics and social customs" --Provided by publisher.

Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of, 1694-1773. Lord Chesterfield's letters to his son, 1749. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A selection from over 400 letters Lord Chesterfield wrote to his son. These letters vary in subject from geography, history, and literature to politics and social customs" --Provided by publisher.

Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of, 1694-1773. Lord Chesterfield's letters to his son, 1750. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A selection from over 400 letters Lord Chesterfield wrote to his son. These letters vary in subject from geography, history, and literature to politics and social customs" --Provided by publisher.

Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of, 1694-1773. Lord Chesterfield's letters to his son, 1751. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A selection from over 400 letters Lord Chesterfield wrote to his son. These letters vary in subject from geography, history, and literature to politics and social customs" --Provided by publisher.

Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of, 1694-1773. Lord Chesterfield's letters to his son, 1751. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A selection from over 400 letters Lord Chesterfield wrote to his son. These letters vary in subject from geography, history, and literature to politics and social customs" --Provided by publisher.

Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of, 1694-1773. Lord Chesterfield's letters to his son, 1753-54. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A selection from over 400 letters Lord Chesterfield wrote to his son. These letters vary in subject from geography, history, and literature to politics and social customs" --Provided by publisher.

Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of, 1694-1773. Lord Chesterfield's letters to his son, 1756-58. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A selection from over 400 letters Lord Chesterfield wrote to his son. These letters vary in subject from geography, history, and literature to politics and social customs" --Provided by publisher.

Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of, 1694-1773. Lord Chesterfield's letters to his son, 1759-65. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A selection from over 400 letters Lord Chesterfield wrote to his son. These letters vary in subject from geography, history, and literature to politics and social customs" --Provided by publisher.

Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of, 1694-1773. Lord Chesterfield's letters to his son, 1766-71. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A selection from over 400 letters Lord Chesterfield wrote to his son. These letters vary in subject from geography, history, and literature to politics and social customs" --Provided by publisher.

Chesterton, G. K. (Gilbert Keith), 1874-1936. The innocence of Father Brown. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The first in a series of widely-read detective stories written by G. K. Chesterton wherein an intuitive priest, Father Brown, is the crime-solving hero. 'Pungent, paradoxical, and romantic'" --Provided by publisher.

Chesterton, G. K. (Gilbert Keith), 1874-1936. The man who was Thursday : a nightmare. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A metaphysical thriller in which a secret policeman infiltrates an anarchist organization, only to discover that many of his colleagues are also undercover" --Provided by publisher.

Chesterton, G. K. (Gilbert Keith), 1874-1936. Orthodoxy. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A serious work by Chesterton dealing with religious beliefs and containing chapters such as The Paradox of Christianity, The Eternal Revolution, and the Romance of Orthodoxy" --Provided by publisher.

Child, Lydia Maria, 1802-1880. An appeal in favor of that class of Americans called Africans. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An antislavery work by abolitionist Lydia Maria Child, this text first describes a brief history of slavery, as well as making an economic argument against slavery and arguing against prevailing racism" --Provided by publisher.

Child, Lydia Maria, 1802-1880. The duty of disobedience to the fugitive slave act. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An appeal to the Massachusetts legislators by abolitionist Lydia Maria Child, arguing that no runaway slave should be sent back after reaching free soil" --Provided by publisher.

Child, Lydia Maria, 1802-1880. The freedmen's book. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of biographies of black leaders, advice from the author, and stories of fugitive slaves" --Provided by publisher.

Child, Lydia Maria, 1802-1880. Isaac T. Hopper. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A biography of Isaac Tatem Hopper, an American abolitionist known for his involvement in the Underground Railroad" --Provided by publisher.

Childers, Erskine, 1870-1922. The riddle of the sands. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An early spy novel that proved influential in the spy fiction genre" --Provided by publisher.

Chopin, Kate,. La belle Zoraide. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Manna Loulou tells her mistress the pathetic romance of La Belle Zoraide, a beautiful mulatto servant raised as a fine lady, who is prevented from marrying the slave she loves. From Bayou Folk" --Provided by publisher.

Chopin, Kate, 1850-1904. At fault. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A novel focusing on the ethics of divorce" --Provided by publisher.

Chopin, Kate, 1850-1904. The awakening. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Chopin's best-known work is the open portrayal of a married woman's self-discovery and 'awakening.' Denounced as immoral upon its release, this novel is now generally regarded as an American classic" --Provided by publisher.

Chopin, Kate, 1850-1904. Beyond the bayou. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A gaunt black woman whom everyone calls La Folle because she was once frightened 'out of her senses,' is forced to go beyond the Bayou, the only place she has ever known. From Bayou Folk (1894)" --Provided by publisher.

Chopin, Kate, 1850-1904. Caline. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Caline, a young Acadian girl, longs to follow the refined passengers of a train that stops one day in front of her poor log cabin. Part of Chopin's collection of short stories, A Night in Acadie (1897)" --Provided by publisher.

Chopin, Kate, 1850-1904. Desiree's baby. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Among Chopin's most popular early stories, it deals with the theme of family pride and traditional attitudes toward race. First published in 'Vogue,' this story was collected in Bayou Folk (1894)" --Provided by publisher.

Chopin, Kate, 1850-1904. Azelie. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
A young man who keeps a storeroom for a plantation owner falls desperately in love with the daughter of a hired hand after catching her stealing. From the collection A Night in Acadie (1897).--Provided by publisher.

Chopin, Kate, 1850-1904. Athenaise. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Athenaise, who refuses to 'accept the inevitable with patient resignation,' breaks from the restrictions of her marriage to explore the freedoms of independence. From A Night in Acadie (1897)" --Provided by publisher.

Chopin, Kate, 1850-1904. The kiss. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Nathalie's plans to attract Brantain, an enormously rich suitor, are thwarted when her friend Harvy walks in and presses an ardent, lingering kiss upon her lips. Nathalie schemes to win Brantain back" --Provided by publisher.

Chopin, Kate, 1850-1904. Lady of bayou St John. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A lonely wife whose husband is away at war is wooed and won by a handsome neighbor with whom she plans to run away, until she receives word of her husband's fate. From Bayou Folk (1894)" --Provided by publisher.

Chopin, Kate, 1850-1904. Madame Celestin's divorce. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The story of a woman who desires to break with a husband who has left her, but thinks differently when he returns. This story was collected in Bayou Folk (1894)" --Provided by publisher.

Chopin, Kate, 1850-1904. Maid of Saint Philippe. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A St. Louis pioneer girl who has 'breathed the free air of forest and stream,' will not leave the country to follow love to the city where she would have to live under despotic rule" --Provided by publisher.

Chopin, Kate, 1850-1904. Miss McEnders. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Written in 1892, but not published until 1897, this is the story of the awakening of Georgie McEnders, a wealthy and prudish twenty-five year old woman" --Provided by publisher.

Chopin, Kate, 1850-1904. Mrs. Mobry's reason. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"For years Editha Payne refused the marriage proposals of John Mobry until his persistence broke through her defenses. Why she refused him for so long remained unanswered for twenty-five years" --Provided by publisher.

Chopin, Kate, 1850-1904. Neg Creol. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Neg Creol, a 'lean, lame, and shriveled' man, works odd jobs at the market to make what he needs to survive. Unselfish Neg shares his earnings with complaining old Mamzelle Aglae, to whom he is devoted" --Provided by publisher.

Chopin, Kate, 1850-1904. A night in acadie. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Telesphore flees from town to enjoy a carefree weekend away from the women who have 'tortured him with indecision,' only to meet a woman as headstrong as he. The title story from the 1897 collection" --Provided by publisher.

Chopin, Kate, 1850-1904. A no-account creole. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"No-Account Creole (1894) When a man from the city comes to her plantation, Euphrasie yearns subconsciously for freedom from her engagement to a country Creole. From Chopin's collection, Bayou Folk (1894)" --Provided by publisher.

Chopin, Kate, 1850-1904. A respectable woman. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Mrs. Baroda, a happily married woman, finds herself attracted to an old friend of her husband's who is staying with them as a house guest. Collected in Chopin's A Night in Acadie (1897)" --Provided by publisher.

Chopin, Kate, 1850-1904. Shameful affair. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Mildred Orme, an idle young girl, condescends to look at a farmhand, becomes uncomfortably intertwined with him, and then tortures herself with shame" --Provided by publisher.

Chopin, Kate, 1850-1904. Story of an hour. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A woman learns of the death of her husband, grieves, then behind a closed door, exults in her freedom. Later the same hour her supposed dead husband arrives at her front door" --Provided by publisher.

Christie, Agatha, 1890-1976. The mysterious affair at Styles. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Agatha Christie's first published novel, a detective story that launched her career as well as her well-loved character Poirot, a Belgian sleuth" --Provided by publisher.

Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965. Ian Hamilton?s march. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Churchill describes his time with the British Army in the Second Boer War" --Provided by publisher.

Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965. Liberalism and the social problem. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of speeches published in 1909, Liberalism and the Social Problem argues for gradual reform, in order to maintain social structure while slowly finding ways to improve" --Provided by publisher.

Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965. London to Ladysmith via Pretoria. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A firsthand account of the first five months of the Second Boer War, including the Relief of Ladysmith, or lifting of the siege on the city, and Churchill's capture and escape from the Boers" --Provided by publisher.

Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965. Lord Randolph Churchill. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The biography of the father of Winston Churchill, written by Winston himself" --Provided by publisher.

Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965. The river war. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An account of Churchill's experience as a British Army officer during the Mahdist War, relating the British involvement and reconquest of the Sudan" --Provided by publisher.

Cicero, Marcus Tullius. First oration against Catiline. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The first of four orations against the unscrupulous Roman patrician, Catiline, who organized a conspiracy to overthrow the Roman government. This oration drove Catiline out of Rome" --Provided by publisher.

Cicero, Marcus Tullius. Fourth oration against Catiline. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The last of four orations against the unscrupulous Roman patrician, Catiline, who organized a conspiracy to overthrow the Roman government" --Provided by publisher.

Cicero, Marcus Tullius. The letters of Cicero. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of correspondence by Cicero" --Provided by publisher.

Cicero, Marcus Tullius. Offices. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A moral treatise addressed to Cicero's son. The first two books of The Offices, or On the Duties of Life, are based on work by the Stoic Panaetius, the third book owes much to Posidonius and Hecaton" --Provided by publisher.

Cicero, Marcus Tullius. Oration in defence of Publius Sylla. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Sylla was implicated in Catiline's conspiracy and deprived of his consulship. Cicero undertook his cause and Sylla was acquitted" --Provided by publisher.

Cicero, Marcus Tullius. Prosecution of Verres. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The Sicilians persuaded Cicero to prosecute Verres, their tyrannical governor. This speech forced Verres to go into exile to escape conviction" --Provided by publisher.

Cicero, Marcus Tullius. Second oration against Catiline. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The second of four orations against the unscrupulous Roman patrician, Catiline, who organized a conspiracy to overthrow the Roman government" --Provided by publisher.

Cicero, Marcus Tullius. Speech in behalf of King Deiotarus. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Deiotarus, king of Galatia, was a friend of Caesar who became an adherent of Pompey. He was falsely accused of having attempted to take Caesar's life. Cicero proved his innocence" --Provided by publisher.

Cicero, Marcus Tullius. Speech in behalf of Marcus Marcellus. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"This speech was written to thank Caesar for his magnanimity in pardoning Marcellus who had made a motion in the senate to strip Caesar of his power" --Provided by publisher.

Cicero, Marcus Tullius. Speech in defence of Aulus Licinius Archias. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Archias was a Greek poet who came to Rome when Cicero was a child. In 63 BC, his citizenship was in question and Cicero delivered this speech in his defence" --Provided by publisher.

Cicero, Marcus Tullius. Speech in defence of Caius Rabirius Postumus. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Cicero undertook Caius Rabirius' defence to please Pompey. Rabirius was a Roman knight who was accused of advising Gabinius to restore Ptolemy. He was acquitted" --Provided by publisher.

Cicero, Marcus Tullius. Speech in defence of Quintus Ligarius. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A speech delivered on behalf of the exiled Pompeian, Quintus Ligarius. Ligarius became a great friend of Brutus and joined him in his conspiracy against Caesar" --Provided by publisher.

Cicero, Marcus Tullius. Speech in defence of the proposed Manilian Law. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Caius Manilius, a tribune of the people, proposed that Pompey be invested with further powers, a proposition opposed by many, but supported by Caesar and by Cicero" --Provided by publisher.

Cicero, Marcus Tullius. Speech in defence of Titus Annius Milo. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Milo, a candidate for consulship, and Clodius, a candidate for the praetorship, were involved in a streetfight in which Clodius was slain. Milo was tried for his murder" --Provided by publisher.

Cicero, Marcus Tullius. Third oration against Catiline. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The third of four orations against the unscrupulous Roman patrician, Catiline, who organized a conspiracy to overthrow the Roman government" --Provided by publisher.

Cicero, Marcus Tullius, 106 BC-43 BC. Treatises on friendship and old age. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Cicero worte this dialogue about his experience with friendship, including what qualities make for good friends, what characteristics expose a bad friend, and emphasizes the importance of virtue in friendship. He wrote this philosophy in the style of early Greek philosophers while presenting his work straightforwardly and in a way that relates universally through human understanding" --Provided by publisher.

Clarke, Marcus Andrew Hislop, 1846-1881. For the term of his natural life. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The story of Rufus Dawes, an innocent man framed for murder and transported to Australia. The book explores the brutality of conditions on penal colonies in early Australian history" --Provided by publisher.

Clausewitz, Carl von, 1780-1831. On war. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Clausewitz's unfinished treatise on military strategy" --Provided by publisher.

Clough, Arthur Hugh, 1819-1861. Amours de voyage. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Amours de Voyage is a novel in verse and is arranged in five cantos, or chapters, as a sequence of letters. It revolves around a group of English travellers in Italy. The Claude and Trevellyn family are caught up in the 1849 political turmoil taking place in the country. The poem mixes the political and the personal drama the people encounter" --Provided by publisher.

Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 1772-1834. Biographia literaria. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A loosely structured autobiographical work, originally intended as a preface to some of his poems, which grew into a full explanation of Coleridge's literary style" --Provided by publisher.

Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 1772-1834. Confessions of an inquiring spirit. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of essays. The essays within are:, 'Confessions of an Inquiring Spirit', 'Letters on the Inspiration of the Scriptures.', 'An Essay on Faith', 'Notes on the Book of Common Prayer', 'A Nightly Prayer', 'A Sailor's Fortune'--Provided by publisher.

Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 1772-1834. Poems of Coleridge. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of Coleridge's well-known poetry, including 'Kubla Khan,' 'The Rime of the Ancient Mariner,' 'The Nightingale,' and 'The Eolian Harp,' among others" --Provided by publisher.

Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 1772-1834. Rime of the ancient mariner. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Coleridge's most popular poem tells of a sailor who commits a motiveless crime by killing a friendly albatross, a bird of good omen, and is thereafter pursued by death. The mariner tells his story to a man who was on his way to a wedding" --Provided by publisher.

Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 1772-1834. The specific symptoms of poetic power. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"This essay speaks of poetry in some of Shakespeare's works" --Provided by publisher.

Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 1772-1884. Shakespeare as poet. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Shakespeare as Poet is taken from one of Coleridge's lectures, most of which were delivered in London in 1818 and later published in Literary Remains (18361839) and in Lectures and Notes on Shakespeare and Other English Poets (1883). The subjects covered in this work are: Shakespeare's Judgment Equal to his Genius, Recapitulation and Summary of Characteristics of Shakespeare's Dramas, The Tempest, Anthony and Cleopatra, Romeo and Juliet, Lear, Hamlet, Macbeth, and Othello" --Provided by publisher.

Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 1772-1884. Table talk. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Included here are six short pieces about Shakespeare by Samuel Taylor Coleridge, 'the most perceptive English critic of his time.' Created between 1822 and 1834, they deal with Shakespeare's Hamlet, Lear, and Othello. Coleridge also compares Shakespeare to John Milton (16081674) and, in another selection, writes on Shakespeare's agelessness" --Provided by publisher.

Collins, Wilkie, 1824-1889. The black robe. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A epistolary novel that covers the mis-adventures of Lewis Romayne's life. The book is also perceived as perpetuation anti-Catholic bias" --Provided by publisher.

Collins, Wilkie, 1824-1889. The frozen deep. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The Frozen Deep is an 1856 play co-written by Charles Dickens. It revolves around the conflicting accounts of Dickens and John Rae regarding the vanishing of the Franklin expedition, a British voyage of Artic exploration that set out in search of the Northwest Passage" --Provided by publisher.

Collins, Wilkie, 1824-1889. The law and the lady. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The Law and the Lady is a detective story set in Scotland revovling around a family with a secret past" --Provided by publisher.

Collins, Wilkie, 1824-1889. Armadale. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"This novel follows the story of several men named Allan Armadale and the murder of one of them" --Provided by publisher.

Collins, Wilkie, 1824-1889. Man and wife. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"This novel addresses the inequitable marriage laws in Victorian Britain. At its centre is the plight of a woman who fears that the archaic marriage laws of Scotland and Ireland may have forced her into committing unintentional bigamy" --Provided by publisher.

Collins, Wilkie, 1824-1889. The moonstone. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Collins' most enduring work has been called the first and the best English detective novel. The moonstone, a great diamond that originally adorned the forehead of a Buddhist idol and is now the property of an English officer's niece, disappears. Sergeant Cuff solves the mystery" --Provided by publisher.

Collins, Wilkie, 1824-1889. No name. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"No Name is a 19th-century novel that focuses on the fate of Magdalen Vanstone, an illegitimate child who struggles to reclaim her dignity after falling from grace in Victorian society. It combines social commentary - especially on the law as it applied to children of unmarried parents - with a densely-plotted revenge thriller" --Provided by publisher.

Collins, Wilkie, 1824-1889. Poor Miss Finch. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The story of a love triangle involving a blind woman and two brothers" --Provided by publisher.

Collins, Wilkie, 1824-1889. The woman in white. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"This mystery novel's intricate plot hinges on the resemblance of an English heiress to a mysterious woman who is confined in an asylum. The villain, Sir Percival Glyde, hoping to obtain the heiress' fortune has her put into the asylum in place of the dying 'woman in white.'--Provided by publisher.

Collodi, Carlo, 1826-1890. The adventures of Pinocchio. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The well-known tale of a wooden puppet who comes to life. Pinocchio, whose nose grows large when he tells a lie, learns right from wrong through his many adventures on his way to becoming a real live boy" --Provided by publisher.

Colton, Walter, 1797-1851. The discovery of gold in California. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Written in journal form, The Discovery of Gold in California is a relatively brief but significant historical source for the events of the Gold Rush period. The level of detail in this work is often fascinating. The entry for July 27th is especially notable" --Provided by publisher.

Colum, Padraic, 1881-1972. The golden fleece and the heroes who lived before Achilles. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A retelling of Greek mythology in the form of a children's book. The action is centered around the myth of Jason and the Argonauts" --Provided by publisher.

Columbus, Christopher. Journal of first voyage to America. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Christopher Columbus's journal about the European discovery of America" --Provided by publisher.

Confucius. Analects. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"One of the Chinese Four Books, the principle works of Confucianism. The Analects are a collection of the sayings of Confucious and stories about him" --Provided by publisher.

Confucius. Doctrine of the mean. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"One of the Chinese Four Books, the principle works of Confucianism. The Doctrine of the Mean describes the mandate of Heaven that rules all things" --Provided by publisher.

Confucius. Great learning. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"One of the Chinese Four Books, the principle works of Confucianism. The Great Learning shows the path to virtue" --Provided by publisher.

Congreve, William, 1670-1729. The double-dealer : a comedy. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A play following a love triangle between an heir, a knight's daughter, and Maskwell, the Double Dealer" --Provided by publisher.

Congreve, William, 1670-1729. Incognita. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Congreve's first published work, Incognita is a parody of fashionable society" --Provided by publisher.

Congreve, William, 1670-1729. Love for love : a comedy. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A comical farce following Valentine, a young man who tries to escape his debts and marry the lovely Angelica" --Provided by publisher.

Congreve, William, 1670-1729. The mourning bride. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Congreve's only tragic drama, it was written in blank verse and is best remembered as the source of many commonly quoted lines such as, 'Music hath charms to soothe a savage breast'"--Provided by publisher.

Congreve, William, 1670-1729. The old bachelor. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A play about an old bachelor who finds love" --Provided by publisher.

Congreve, William, 1670-1729. The way of the world. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Now considered his greatest work, this play was so poorly received in 1700 that Congreve resolved to write no more for the stage. The plot revolves around Mirabell, a witty gentleman, and Millamant, the equally witty coquette he wishes to marry" --Provided by publisher.

Conrad, Joseph, 1857-1924. An outcast of the islands. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The story of Peter Willems who hides in a small village somewhere in the Indian Ocean" --Provided by publisher.

Conrad, Joseph, 1857-1924. Chance. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Chance is a novel that focuses on a single female character. Flora de Barral is the abandoned daughter of a bankrupt tycoon, and the book follows her long struggle to find happiness and dignity" --Provided by publisher.

Conrad, Joseph, 1857-1924. Heart of darkness. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"On a steamer in the Belgian Congo, Conrad's narrator, Marlow, goes out in search of the powerful white trader, Kurtz, hoping to find out more about the horrors of the jungle" --Provided by publisher.

Conrad, Joseph, 1857-1924. Lord Jim. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Conrad's best-known novel is the story of a man who dreams of heroic acts but is tormented by secret fears. It is the study of one man's lifelong quest to atone for an act of cowardice" --Provided by publisher.

Conrad, Joseph, 1857-1924. Almayer's folly : a story of an eastern river. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The novel focuses on the Dutch trader Kaspar Almayer and his relationship to his biracial daughter Nina" --Provided by publisher.

Conrad, Joseph, 1857-1924. The mirror of the sea. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Conrad's collection of autobiographical accounts and essays" --Provided by publisher.

Conrad, Joseph, 1857-1924. Nostromo : a tale of the seaboard. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Intrigue abounds in this novel about the fictional South American country of Costaguana. A silver mine controlled by foreign powers tries to declare its independence" --Provided by publisher.

Conrad, Joseph, 1857-1924. A personal record. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"An unreliable personsal account of the author's life" --Provided by publisher.

Conrad, Joseph, 1857-1924. The secret agent : a simple tale. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A spy novel set in London, dealing with anarchism, terrorism, and exploitation. Modern Library ranked The Secret Agent as the 46th best novel of the 20th century" --Provided by publisher.

Conrad, Joseph, 1857-1924. The shadow line : a confession. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A sea novel about a young captain in the Orient" --Provided by publisher.

Conrad, Joseph, 1857-1924. Typhoon. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A sea-faring story following Captain MacWhirr sailing his ship into a typhoon" --Provided by publisher.

Conrad, Joseph, 1857-1924. Under western eyes. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A novel set in Russia and Switzerland, viewed as Conrad's response to Dostoyevsky's Crime and Punishment. This cynical work explores the failures of revolution and the suffering and irrationality of life" --Provided by publisher.

Conrad, Joseph, 1857-1924. Victory. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The life of Euopean businessman Axel Heyst in Indonesia" --Provided by publisher.

Cooper, James Fenimore, 1789-1851. The deerslayer. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Chronologically the first of 'The Leatherstocking Tales,' it was the last to be written. The Deerslayer is a record of Natty Bumppo's youth. Chief Chingachgook is introduced here" --Provided by publisher.

Cooper, James Fenimore, 1789-1851. The last of the Mohicans. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The second of five novels that in the series called The Leatherstocking Tales. The action centers about two British sisters, Alice and Cora Monro, and their attempt to join up their father, the commanding officer of Fort William Henry in Upstate New York during the French and Indian War. The villain of the piece is an sinister Indian named Magua. Opposing him are Natty Bumpo, Chingachgook, and his son, Uncas. The novel has been twice adapted to film" --Provided by publisher.

Cooper, James Fenimore, 1789-1851. The pathfinder. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Chronologically the third of 'The Leatherstocking Tales,' it portrays Natty Bumppo, the Pathfinder, at the age of forty. Its action takes place in the Lake Ontario region in 1760" --Provided by publisher.

Cooper, James Fenimore, 1789-1851. The pioneers. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The first of five novels that in the series called 'The Leatherstocking Tales' that follow the life of Natty Bumpo from youth to old age. Set in the village of Templeton at Otsego Lake in upstate New York in 1793, the work tells of the transformation of the land from untamed wilderness to a place of European settlement and civilization and conflicts that ensue as a result" --Provided by publisher.

Cooper, James Fenimore, 1789-1851. The prairie. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The third of the five novels constituting 'The Leatherstocking Tales,' tells of the latter part of the life of Natty Bumpo (herein referred to as 'The Trapper') and his encounter with the squatter family of the 'semi-barbarous' Ismael Bush. The story takes place in 1805 on the great plains. Cooper derived much of his knowledge for this work from 'The Journals of Lewis and Clark'. As in the other works in this series, the rape and exploitation of the wilderness is a major theme" --Provided by publisher.

Corneille, Pierre, 1606-1684. The Cid. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A five-act French tragicomedy based on the legend of El Cid, a beloved warrior of medieval Spain who must choose between love and honor" --Provided by publisher.

Corneille, Pierre, 1606-1684. Polyeucte. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A five-act drama based on the life of Saint Polyeuctus" --Provided by publisher.

Cory, David, 1872-1966. The Iceberg express. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A children's adventure, including mermaids and an enchanted prince" --Provided by publisher.

Cowley, Abraham, 1618-1667. Cowley's essays. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of essays on a variety of topics, including liberty, solitude, agriculture, greatness, and procrastination" --Provided by publisher.

Cowper, William, 1731-1800. The task, and other poems. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A blank verse poem in six books on topics ranging from frivolity to the French to slavery" --Provided by publisher.

Crabbe, George, 1754-1832. The borough. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of poems, written as a series of twenty-four letters, showing the lives of the inhabitants of a borough" --Provided by publisher.

Crabbe, George, 1754-1832. Miscellaneous poems. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of poems, including 'Sir Eustace Grey,' 'The Hall of Justice,' 'Woman,' 'The Birth of Flattery,' and 'Reflections'"--Provided by publisher.

Crabbe, George, 1754-1832. The village and the newspaper. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Two long poems by English poet George Crabbe" --Provided by publisher.

Craft, WilliamCraft, Ellen. Running a thousand miles for freedom. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The story of a couple who escaped slavery through disguise" --Provided by publisher.

Craik, Dinah Maria Mulock, 1826-1887. John Halifax, gentleman. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A novel. set in England, about an orphan who is taken in by a Quaker and finds success through hard work" --Provided by publisher.

Craik, Dinah Maria Mulock, 1826-1887. The little lame prince. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A story about a young prince whose legs are paralyzed and is given a magical cloak by his fairy godmother" --Provided by publisher.

Crane, Stephen, 1871-1900. The black riders and other lines. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A book of free verse. The title poem was inspired by Crane's boyhood dream of black riders on black horses rising out of the sea" --Provided by publisher.

Crane, Stephen, 1871-1900. Maggie, a girl of the streets. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A novella following Maggie's attempts to rise from poverty and her abusive parents" --Provided by publisher.

Crane, Stephen, 1871-1900. The red badge of courage : an episode of the American civil war. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A novel about a soldier in the Civil War with romantic notions of heroism. The Red Badge of Courage established Crane's literary reputation and remains his most popular work" --Provided by publisher.

Crane, Stephen, 1871-1900. War is kind. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of poems by Stephen Crane" --Provided by publisher.

Crashaw, Richard, 1613?-1649. The complete works of Richard Crashaw. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of religious and secular poetry by Richard Crashaw" --Provided by publisher.

Crashaw, Richard, 1613-1649. The complete works of Richard Crashaw. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The continuation of poetry, essays, and translations by Richard Crashaw" --Provided by publisher.

Creasy, Edward Shepherd, 1812-1878. The fifteen decisive battles of the world. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"In this often reprinted book, we find descriptions of those battles that Edward Creasy believed to be the most important in world political history. The battles discussed are Marathon, Syracuse, Arbela, Metars, Teutoberg Forest, Chalons, Tours, Hastings, Orleans, the destruction of the Spanish Armada, Blenheim, Poltava, Saratoga, Valmy, and Waterloo" --Provided by publisher.

Crevecoeur, Hector De, 1735-1813. Happy farmer. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Three entries from Crevecoeur's 'Letters from an American Farmer,' including 'The American,' 'Nantucket Customs a Century Ago,' and the title piece. These letters, dealing with 18th century farm life, were instantly successful. George Washington, who ultimately admired the work, once described the 'Letters' as 'too flattering' to be accurate. Crevecoeur saw America as a refuge for Europe's dispossessed" --Provided by publisher.

Crile, George Washington, 1864-1943. The origin and nature of emotions. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An essay discussing the purpose of feelings like fear or worry in evolution" --Provided by publisher.

Crofts, Freeman Wills, 1879-1957. The pit prop syndicate. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A detective story following two groups of detectives as they try to take down a dangerous gang" --Provided by publisher.

Crompton, Richmal, 1890-1969. Just William. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of short stories intended for children. All of the stories revolve around the boy William Brown. The stories included are:, 'William Goes to the Pictures', 'William the Intruder', 'William Below the Stairs', 'The Fall of the Idol', 'The Snow', 'A Question of Grammar', 'William Joins the Band of Hope', 'The Outlaws', 'William and the White Satin', 'William's New Year's Day', 'The Best Laid Plans', ''Jumble''" --Provided by publisher.

Cross, Victoria. To-morrow? Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An exotic novel written by Annie Sophie Cory in 1904 under the pseudonym Victoria Cross." --Provided by publisher.

Cutler, U. Waldo (Uriel Waldo), 1854-. Stories of king arthur and his knights. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Sir Thomas Malory's famous collection of stories about King Arthur" --Provided by publisher.

Dana, Richard Henry, Jr., 1815-1882. Two years before the mast. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Based on Dana's experiences as a sailor, this classic narrative of the sea tells of the brutality of his ship's captain. This work influenced public opinion and eventually led to legal action against the captain" --Provided by publisher.

Dante Alighieri, 1265-1321. Divine comedy, Cary's translation. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Dante's three-part epic poem. This part focuses on the realm of heaven" --Provided by publisher.

Dante Alighieri, 1265-1321. The divine comedy : Longfellow's translation. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"An epic poem following Dante's travels through Hell, Purgatory, and Heaven" --Provided by publisher.

Darlington, Edgar B. P.. The circus boys on the plains. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An adventure novel for young readers, one of the Circus Boys series" --Provided by publisher.

Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882. The autobiography of Charles Darwin[electronic resource]. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The life of Charles Darwin in his own words" --Provided by publisher.

Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882. Charles Darwin. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The life of Charles Darwin in his own words" --Provided by publisher.

Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882. Coral reefs. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Coral Reefs was Darwin's first monograph book, providing the foundations of aquatic ecosystems and coral reef biology" --Provided by publisher.

Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882. The descent of man and selection in relation to sex. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An amplification of the 'Origin of Species,' this work theorizes that the human race is derived from an animal of the anthropoid group" --Provided by publisher.

Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882. The different forms of flowers on plants of the same species. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The fifth of Darwin's six books about the study of plants and natural selection" --Provided by publisher.

Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882. The effects of cross and self-fertilisation in the vegetable kingdom. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An essay by Charles Darwin, exploring the effects of fertilization of plants" --Provided by publisher.

Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882. The expression of emotion in man and animals. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Darwin's attempt to trace human characteristics in animals" --Provided by publisher.

Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882. The formation of vegetable mould. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Darwin's last scientific book, a study of earthworms" --Provided by publisher.

Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882. The foundations of the origin of species. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Darwin's definitive work which expounds on his theory of evolving species through natural selection of favorable variations, or 'survival of the fittest.'--Provided by publisher.

Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882. Geological observations on South America. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The travels of the second voyage of the HMS Beagle, documenting Darwin's work studying the plant life and geology of the area" --Provided by publisher.

Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882. The life and letters of Charles Darwin. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The collected letters of Charles Darwin" --Provided by publisher.

Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882. The life and letters of Charles Darwin. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The collected letters of Charles Darwin" --Provided by publisher.

Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882. More letters of Charles Darwin. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A two-volume supplement to Darwin's 'The Life and Letters.' The collection contains extracts and several whole letters, as well as a brief autobiographical piece of his life" --Provided by publisher.

Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882. More letters of Charles Darwin. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A two-volume supplement to Darwin's 'The Life and Letters.' The collection contains extracts and several whole letters, as well as a brief autobiographical piece of his life" --Provided by publisher.

Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882. The movements and habits of climbing plants. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Originally printed in the Journal of the Linnean Society,this book contains discoveries made by Charles Darwin as he looked for evidence to back his theory of natural selection" --Provided by publisher.

Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882. Origin of species. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Darwin's definitive work which expounds on his theory of evolving species through natural selection of favorable variations, or 'survival of the fittest.'" --Provided by publisher.

Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882. Volcanic islands. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Darwin's observations on the physical geology of volcanic islands" --Provided by publisher.

Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882. The voyage of the Beagle. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A journal in which Darwin recorded his observations on natural science throughout his long journey on the Beagle (1831-1836), a journey he would later call the most important event in his life. The data gathered here formed the foundation for Darwin's later work" --Provided by publisher.

Daudet, Alphonse, 1840-1897. The nabob. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A serious, realistic novel about a peasant trying to push his way into the higher levels of society in Paris" --Provided by publisher.

Daudet, Alphonse, 1840-1897. Tartarin of Tarascon. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A burlesque novel following Tartarin's journey to kill a lion" --Provided by publisher.

Davis, Jefferson, 1808-1889. The rise and fall of the Confederate government. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"History of the Cofederate States of America and Jefferson's views on the start of the Civil War" --Provided by publisher.

Davis, Richard Harding, 1864-1916. Adventures and letters of Richard Harding Davis. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Davis chronicles his own life, especially during wars" --Provided by publisher.

Davis, Richard Harding, 1864-1916. Billy and the big stick. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An adventure story set in Haiti" --Provided by publisher.

Davis, Richard Harding, 1864-1916. The king's jackal. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A romance of a modern king and his financial troubles" --Provided by publisher.

Davis, Richard Harding, 1864-1916. The lion and the unicorn and other stories. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of short stories that includes:, 'The Lion and the Unicorn', 'On the Fever Ship', 'The Man with One Talent', 'The Vagrant', 'The Last Ride Together'" --Provided by publisher.

Davis, Richard Harding, 1864-1916. The lost road. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A collection of works by Richard harding Davis, including 'The Lost Road,' 'The Miracle of Las Palmas,' 'The Men of Zanzibar,' and 'Somewhere in France.'" --Provided by publisher.

Davis, Richard Harding, 1864-1916. The man who could not lose. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The last short story Richard Harding wrote before his death" --Provided by publisher.

Davis, Richard Harding, 1864-1916. The messengers. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"An adventure story in which a rich man buys an old farm in hopes of determining who will travel the distance to visit him - and therefore, who his true friends are" --Provided by publisher.

Davis, Richard Harding, 1864-1916. Notes of a war correspondent. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Davis's first-hand account of several important battles, including the Battles of Velestinos and San Juan Hill" --Provided by publisher.

Davis, Richard Harding, 1864-1916. Peace manoeuvres. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A short story about war" --Provided by publisher.

Davis, Richard Harding, 1864-1916. Real soldiers of fortune. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of military biographical sketches, including an early biography of Winston Churchill" --Provided by publisher.

Davis, Richard Harding, 1864-1916. The red cross girl. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of some of Davis's short stories. This collection includes:, 'The Red Cross Girl', 'The Grand Cross of the Crescent', 'The Invasion of England', 'Blood Will Tell', 'The Sailorman', 'The Mind Reader', 'The Naked Man', 'The Boy Who Cried Wolf', 'The Card-Sharp'" --Provided by publisher.

Davis, Richard Harding, 1864-1916. The reporter who made himself king. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Following the story of a journalist" --Provided by publisher.

Davis, Richard Harding, 1864-1916. Soldiers of fortune. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A romance story following a miner and sometime mercenary" --Provided by publisher.

Davis, Richard Harding, 1864-1916. The spy. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A story about a spy who must hide his identity for most of his lifetime in order to serve his country" --Provided by publisher.

Davis, Richard Harding, 1864-1916. Vera, the medium. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A romantic story about a medium, a misfit in society" --Provided by publisher.

De Quincey, Thomas, 1785-1859. Confessions of an english opium-eater. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"De Quincey recounts his addiction to opuim" --Provided by publisher.

De Wet, Christiaan Rudolf, 1854-1922. Three years' war. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A recounting of the Three Years War" --Provided by publisher.

Deboo, Ana. Bulldogs and other nonsporting dogs. Chicago : World Book, c2014.
"When and where did the bulldog breed first appear? What kind of personality might a bulldog have? What are some other nonsporting breeds? Read this book to find out!" --Provided by publisher.

Deboo, Ana. Clownfish and other saltwater aquarium fish. Chicago : World Book, c2014.
"What does a clownfish look like? Where do clownfish live in the wild? Are wild clownfish endangered? Read this book to find out!" --Provided by publisher.

Deboo, Ana. Miniature schnauzers and other terriers. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
What is a terrier? -- How did breeds of terriers develop? -- When and where did the miniature schnauzer breed first appear -- What does a miniature schnauzer look like? -- What kind of personality might a miniature schnauzer have? -- Is a miniature schnauzer the dog for you? -- What should you look for when choosing a miniature schnauzer puppy? -- Should you get an older miniature schnauzer instead of a puppy? -- Should you consider a rescue miniature schnauzer? -- What does a miniature schnauzer eat? -- Where should a miniature schnauzer sleep? -- How do you groom a miniature schnauzer? -- What about training a miniature schnauzer? -- What about training a miniature schnauzer? -- What kinds of exercise or play are needed? -- Do miniature schnauzers like doing tricks? -- Should you breed your miniature schnauzer? -- Are there special organizations for miniature schnauzer owners? -- How do miniature schnauzers help people? What are some other terrier breeds? -- What is an Airedale terrier? -- What is a Bedlington terrier? -- What is a smooth fox terrier? -- What is a West Highland white terrier? -- What is dog show like? -- Are there dangers to dogs around the home? -- What are some common signs of illness? -- What routine veterinary care is needed? -- What are your responsibilities as an owner? -- Terrier fun facts -- Glossary -- Index and resource list -- Dog classification. "When and where did the miniature schnauzer breed first appear? What kind of personality might a miniature schnauzer have? How did breeds of terriers develop? Read this book to find out!" --Provided by publisher.

Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731. The fortunes and misfortunes of the famous Moll Flanders. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"This novel, written by Defoe, was published to be the true account of Moll Flanders and her life, from being raised in a nunnery, to her muliple marriages, to her life as a thief" --Provided by publisher.

Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731. A journal of the plague year. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Defoe's fictional account of London in 1665 during the Great Plague" --Provided by publisher.

Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731. The life and adventures of Robinson Crusoe. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"One of Defoe's most famous novels, it relates the experiences of a man stranded on an island near the Orinoco river for twenty-four years" --Provided by publisher.

Demosthenes. First olynthiac oration. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The first in a series of speeches which, like the 'Philippics,' oppose Philip of Macedon. The 'Olynthiac Orations' condemn Philip's attack on the state of Olynthus. These speeches, together with the 'Philippics,' are regarded as Demosthenes' best" --Provided by publisher.

Demosthenes. First philippic. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The first in a series of speeches in which Demosthenes attacks Philip of Macedon. Demosthenes urged the Athenians to oppose Philip's conquests of independent Greek states. Cicero later used the name 'Philippic' to label his bitter speeches against Mark Antony; the word has since come to stand for any harsh invective" --Provided by publisher.

Demosthenes. Fourth philippic. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The fourth (possibly spurious) in a series of speeches in which Demosthenes attacks Philip of Macedon. Demosthenes urged the Athenians to oppose Philip's conquests of independent Greek states. Cicero later used the name 'Philippic' to label his bitter speeches against Mark Antony; the word has since come to stand for any invective" --Provided by publisher.

Demosthenes. Oration for the liberty of the Rhodians. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"In 355 BC the Social War between Rhodes and Athens ended in a peace humiliating to Athens. A few years later Demosthenes, speaking as an advocate for the Rhodians in their quest to throw off their oligarchical government, appealed unsuccessfully to the Athenians to put aside their differences and help the Rhodians" --Provided by publisher.

Demosthenes. Oration on the classes. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"One of Demosthenes' earliest extant orations, its title is taken from one part of the oration in which he enlarges on the method of dividing citizens into classes. Though commonly known for the fire and energy with which he rouses his countrymen, Demosthenes here demonstrates his great delicacy and artifice" --Provided by publisher.

Demosthenes. Oration on the crown. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An oration in defense of Ctesiphon, an Athenian citizen who proposed that Demosthenes should receive a crown for his extraordinary merit. Aeschines, Demosthenes' political rival, attacked Demosthenes in his 'Oration against Ctesiphon.' 'The Oration on the Crown,' Demosthenes' response, is regarded as the finest work of ancient eloquence" --Provided by publisher.

Demosthenes. Oration on the letter. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Philip's Letter to the Athenians complains about the deterioration of relations between Macedon and Athens. Philip concludes his letter by saying that Macedon will no longer tolerate what he calls Athens' repeated aggressions. In response, Demosthenes spoke this Oration on the Letter, his last oration against Philip" --Provided by publisher.

Demosthenes. Oration on the peace. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"One of the orations spoken to the Amphictyonic Council after Demosthenes had won his way within the circle of the Greek states and the issue against Philip was no longer between Greece and Macedonia but between the Greek and Macedonian parties in Greece" --Provided by publisher.

Demosthenes. Oration on the regulation of the state. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"At what time or on what occasion this oration was delivered cannot be accurately determined. Its intent was to show the necessity of making proper use of the public revenue and of compelling citizens to perform service to the state" --Provided by publisher.

Demosthenes. Oration on the state of the Chersonesu. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Spoken within a short space of the Third Philippic. While the Third Philippic takes a broad look at the state of affairs with Philip, 'The Oration on the State of the Chersonesus' regards the situation chiefly from an Athenian point of view" --Provided by publisher.

Demosthenes. Oration on the treaty with Alexander. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Possibly spurious. It is an address to the Athenian people, rousing them to take arms against Alexander, king of Macedon" --Provided by publisher.

Demosthenes. Second olynthiac oration. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The second in a series of speeches which, like the 'Philippics,' oppose Philip of Macedon. The 'Olynthiac Orations' condemn Philip's attack on the state of Olynthus. These speeches, together with the 'Philippics,' are regarded as Demosthenes' best" --Provided by publisher.

Demosthenes. Second philippic. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The second in a series of speeches in which Demosthenes attacks Philip of Macedon. Demosthenes urged the Athenians to oppose Philip's conquests of independent Greek states. Cicero later used the name 'Philippic' to label his bitter speeches against Mark Antony; the word has since come to stand for any harsh invective" --Provided by publisher.

Demosthenes. Third olynthiac oration. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The third in a series of speeches which, like the 'Philippics,' oppose Philip of Macedon. The 'Olynthiac Orations' condemn Philip's attack on the state of Olynthus. These speeches, together with the 'Philippics,' are regarded as Demosthenes' best" --Provided by publisher.

Demosthenes. Third philippic. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The third in a series of speeches in which Demosthenes attacks Philip of Macedon. Demosthenes urged the Athenians to oppose Philip's conquests of independent Greek states. Cicero later used the name 'Philippic' to label his bitter speeches against Mark Antony; the word has since come to stand for any harsh invective" --Provided by publisher.

Descartes, Rene. Meditations on the first philosophy. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Dedicated to the Dean and Doctors of the Sacred Faculty of Theology in Paris, the purport of the 'Meditations' was to assuage the suspicions of the more extreme Calvinist and Roman Catholic ecclesiastics regarding 'Discourse on the Method.'"--Provided by publisher.

Descartes, Rene?, 1596-1650. A discourse on method. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A six-part study on various scientific matters leading to the expression of Descartes' primary philosophical principle, 'I think, therefore I am'"--Provided by publisher.

Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870. Barnaby Rudge. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The second and last novel published in Dickens's serial Master Humphrey's Clock. The novel is set during the anti-Catholic Gordon Riots in 1780, and was his fifth book to be published" --Provided by publisher.

Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870. The battle of life. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The fourth of five of Dickens' Christmas tales published each year between 1843 and 1847. Dickens described these works as 'a whimsical sort of masque intended to awaken loving and forbearing thoughts.' The story centers around Dr. Jedder and two his daughters, Grace and Marion" --Provided by publisher.

Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870. Bleak House. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A complex story critiquing the Court of Chancery in England" --Provided by publisher.

Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870. The chimes. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The story of a vision and the second of five of Dickens' Christmas tales published each year between 1843 and 1847. Dickens described these works as 'a whimsical sort of masque intended to awaken loving and forbearing thoughts.' The main characters are Toby Veck, his daughter, Sir Joseph Bowley, and Mr. Chute" --Provided by publisher.

Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870. A Christmas carol. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The first of five of Dickens' Christmas tales published each year between 1843 and 1847. Dickens described these works as 'a whimsical sort of masque intended to awaken loving and forbearing thoughts.' The classic tale of the conversion of an old miser and curmudgeon named Scrooge through visitations by the ghosts of Christmas past, present, and future" --Provided by publisher.

Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870. The cricket on the hearth. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A courtship story and the third of five of Dickens's Christmas tales published each year between 1843 and 1847. Dickens described these works as 'a whimsical sort of masque intended to awaken loving and forbearing thoughts.' The characters include John Perrybingle, his wife, Dot, the young May Fielding, a vile man named Tackton, and Tilly Slowboy, an inept nurse" --Provided by publisher.

Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870. David Copperfield. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"This autobiographical novel is one of the most beloved books in all of English literature. David Copperfield includes many of Dickens' most comical characters including the inimitable Micawber. It also serves as an expos? of the inhuman treatment of 19th-century children" --Provided by publisher.

Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870. Dombey and son. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The story of a rich man who dreams of having an heir" --Provided by publisher.

Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870. American notes for general circulation. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A travelogue following Dickens's experiences in North America" --Provided by publisher.

Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870. Great expectations. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Follows the life of Philip Pirrip (called Pip) as he pursues his 'Great Expectations' with money provided by an unknown benefactor. One of Dickens' greatest novels, it is filled with many comical and otherwise memorable characters including the eccentric Miss Havisham" --Provided by publisher.

Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870. Hard times. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Thomas Gradgrind is an educator who believes only in the demonstrable fact. He raises his children, Louisa and Thomas, in a grim materialistic atmosphere that adversely affects their entire lives. 'Hard Times' is an indictment of the values of 19th century industrial England" --Provided by publisher.

Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870. The haunted man and the ghost's bargin. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The fifth of five of Dickens's Christmas tales published each year between 1843 and 1847. Dickens described these works as 'a whimsical sort of masque intended to awaken loving and forbearing thoughts.' The main characters are Redlaw, his Evil Genius, and Milly Swidger, a good angel" --Provided by publisher.

Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870. The life and adventures of Nicholas Nickleby. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Charles Dickens's third novel, telling the struggles of Nicholas Nickelby to support his family after the death of his father" --Provided by publisher.

Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870. Little Dorrit. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A serial novel, criticizing the government and society of the time, especially the concept of the debtors' prisons" --Provided by publisher.

Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870. Martin Chuzzlewit. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The last of Dickens's picaresque novels, and a satire of selfishness. Although Martin Chuzzlewit was one of his least successful novels, Dickens considered it his best work" --Provided by publisher.

Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870. The mystery of Edwin Drood. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The final and unfinished book of Charles Dickens. It follows the flight of Rosa Bud after the mysterious disappearance of her unloved fiance, Edwin Drood" --Provided by publisher.

Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870. The old curiosity shop. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The story of Nell Trent and her life of The Old Curiosity Shop" --Provided by publisher.

Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870. Oliver Twist. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A novel depicting the horrors of life in a 19th century workhouse and the relation between poverty and crime. One of Dickens's most popular works, Oliver Twist is the story of a foundling born in the workhouse who commits the unspeakable crime of asking for more gruel" --Provided by publisher.

Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870. Our mutual friend. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Dickens's first complete novel, written in monthly installments. It satirizes greed, and the poor values of the rich" --Provided by publisher.

Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870. The Pickwick papers. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"This humorous novel was originally published in serial form under the pseudonym 'Boz.' The story centers around Mr. Samuel Pickwick, the amiable and benevolent founder of the Pickwick Club, who travels about with friends offering advice and guidance" --Provided by publisher.

Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870. A tale of two cities. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A novel depicting London and Paris before and during the French Revolution. It tells the story of Dr. Alexander Manette and the events following his release from an unjust imprisonment" --Provided by publisher.

Dickinson, Emily, 1830-1886. Poems. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"After Dickinson's death her sister, Lavinia, discovered hundreds of poems in her room. Lavinia persuaded an editor and a family friend to publish the verses. 'Poems' is the first published collection of her work, consisting of 125 short poems" --Provided by publisher.

Dickinson, Emily, 1830-1886. Poems by Emily Dickinson, series two. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"After Dickinson's death her sister, Lavinia, discovered hundreds of poems in her room. Lavinia persuaded an editor and a family friend to publish the verses. 'Poems' is the first published collection of her work, consisting of 125 short poems" --Provided by publisher.

Dickinson, Emily, 1830-1886. Poems by Emily Dickinson, third series. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"After Dickinson's death her sister, Lavinia, discovered hundreds of poems in her room. Lavinia persuaded an editor and a family friend to publish the verses. 'Poems' is the first published collection of her work, consisting of 125 short poems" --Provided by publisher.

Disraeli, Benjamin, 1804-1881. Sybil. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A novel that depicts the harsh living conditions of the working class in England, with a thesis that argues for action" --Provided by publisher.

Dodge, Mary Mapes, 1830-1905. Hans Brinker ; or the silver skates. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A tale of young honor set in the early nineteenth-century Netherlands" --Provided by publisher.

Doll, Susan, 1954-. Elvis Presley : with profiles of Muddy Waters and Mick Jagger. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
Profile : Muddy Waters -- Elvis Presley. Early life : from Tupelo to Memphis ; Early career : from the hillbilly cat to soldier boy ; The rebel grows up ; The world's greatest entertainer ; The King lives on -- Profile : Mick Jagger. A biography of Elvis Presley, whose work, together with that of Muddy Waters and Mick Jagger, shows a progression in which the Southern-based blues of Waters was incorporated into Elvis Presley's rockabilly style and then provided a basis for the rock and roll of Mick Jagger, lead singer of the Rollings Stones. Presley's controversial performing style also opened the door for Jagger's stage antics, and the sense of rebellion attributed to Elvis was embraced by the Rolling Stones and others who followed in his path.

Dostoyevsky, Fyodor, 1821-1881. The brothers Karamazov. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A deeply ethical and philosophical novel set in 19th century Russia" --Provided by publisher.

Dostoyevsky, Fyodor, 1821-1881. Crime and punishment. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The second of Dostoyevsky's full novels after his exile in Siberia. The novel tells of a poor man who tries to justify murder by arguing that he can perform good works with the money he gains, and by killing a bad woman, rid the world of an evil" --Provided by publisher.

Dostoyevsky, Fyodor, 1821-1881. The gambler. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A short novel about a tutor working for a Russian general, the story reflects the addictive nature of roulette. Ironically, Dostoyevsky wrote the book as a means of paying off gambling debts of his own" --Provided by publisher.

Dostoyevsky, Fyodor, 1821-1881. The idiot. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"This famous novel follows Prince Lev Nikolayevich Myshkin, who before the novel spent years in a Swiss clinic to treat his epilepsy and idiocy" --Provided by publisher.

Dostoyevsky, Fyodor, 1821-1881. Notes from the underground. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"An existentialist novel about an unnamed narrator" --Provided by publisher.

Dostoyevsky, Fyodor, 1821-1881. Poor folk. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A novel written, ironically, in an effort to pull Dostoyevsky out of financial difficulty. The novel centers around two main characters, who write letters to one another, and features themes of poverty throughout" --Provided by publisher.

Douglass, Frederick, 1818-1895. Collected articles of Frederick Douglass, a slave. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Douglass' earliest and best-known book, Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave was first published in 1845 and then revised in 1892. It is an important American biographical work that details the early life of a remarkable man who fled for freedom and who spent his life working for the freedom of others" --Provided by publisher.

Douglass, Frederick, 1818-1895. My bondage and my freedom. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"This work serves as a extension to The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave and gives us more information on Douglass's life, especially about the period after he reached the north in 1838. A more mature writer now, his views concerning the necessity of the abolition of the institution of slavery are deeper, richer, and more penetrating. It is the strongest of his three autobiographies" --Provided by publisher.

Douglass, Frederick, 1818-1895. Narrative of the life of Frederick Douglass. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Douglass's earliest and best-known book, Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave was first published in 1845 and then revised in 1892. It is an important American biographical work that details the early life of a remarkable man who fled for freedom and who spent his life working for the freedom of others" --Provided by publisher.

Doyle, Arthur Conan, 1859-1930. A study in scarlet. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A murder in London has its origins with the Mormons of America. This novel introduced Sherlock Holmes" --Provided by publisher.

Doyle, Arthur Conan, 1859-1930. His last bow. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The English Prime Minister asks Holmes to break a German spy ring" --Provided by publisher.

Doyle, Arthur Conan, 1859-1930. The Hound of the Baskervilles. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The most highly regarded of the four Holmes' novels tells the story of a spectral dog in the West Country" --Provided by publisher.

Doyle, Arthur Conan, 1859-1930. The lost world. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"One of Doyle's best known non-Holmes stories. It is a fantasy about the expedition of a group of Englishmen to a remote area in the South American jungle where they encounter prehistoric creatures" --Provided by publisher.

Doyle, Arthur Conan, 1859-1930. Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of short stories about Sherlock Holmes. The stories are:, 'Silver Blaze', 'The Adventure of the Cardboard Box', 'The Adventure of the Yellow Face', 'The Adventure of the Stockbroker's Clerk', 'The Adventure of the Gloria Scott', 'The Adventure of the Musgrave Ritual', 'The Adventure of the Reigate Squire', 'The Adventure of the Crooked Man', 'The Adventure of the Resident Patient', 'The Adventure of the Greek Interpreter', 'The Adventure of the Naval Treaty', 'The Final Problem'" --Provided by publisher.

Doyle, Arthur Conan, 1859-1930. The poison belt. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"This novel marks the second appearance of Doyle's Professor Challenger. Here the Professor, his wife, and three associates have to deal with that most terrible of crises - the end of the world. A poisonous ether of deadly proportions is encircling the earth, depriving it of oxygen and thereby killing off all forms of life on the planet" --Provided by publisher.

Doyle, Arthur Conan, 1859-1930. The sign of the four. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A Sherlock Holmes novel featuring the East India Company and a plot between four convicts. The book also introduces Holmes's drug addiction for the first time" --Provided by publisher.

Doyle, Arthur Conan, 1859-1930. The valley of fear. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Holmes discovers the connection between murder in England and the Ancient Order of Freemen in America" --Provided by publisher.

Doyle, Arthur Conan, 1859-1930. The White Company. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A historical novel set in England, France, and Spain, during the Hundred Years' War. Although less known than Doyle's Sherlock Holmes adventures, The White Company was very popular during the first half of the 20th century" --Provided by publisher.

Dreiser, Theodore, 1871-1945. The financier. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The first volume of The Trilogy of Desire, The Financier tells the story of a corrupt banker who is exposed and bankrupted after a stock market crash" --Provided by publisher.

Dreiser, Theodore, 1871-1945. Jennie Gerhardt ; a novel. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"In this novel, the title character, Jennie, is left a single woman with a daughter after her lover dies. Soon, she finds work and love again, but her social standing prevents their marriage" --Provided by publisher.

Dreiser, Theodore, 1871-1945. Sister Carrie. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Dreiser's first novel is the darkly realistic story of Carrie Meeber's futile pursuit of happiness in 1890's Chicago and New York. A controversial book, it was initially thought to be an immoral and obscene work. Today, Sister Carrie is considered by many to be Dreiser's finest novel" --Provided by publisher.

Dreiser, Theodore, 1871-1945. The Titan. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A sequel to Dreiser's book The Financier. It follows the social and financial fall of Frank Cowperwood and his wife Aileen" --Provided by publisher.

Drummond, Henry, 1851-1897. Addresses. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A collection of sermons and lectures by Henry Drummond" --Provided by publisher.

Dryden, John, 1631-1700. All for love. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A tragedy written in blank verse. This is Dryden's version of the well-known story of Mark Antony and his fatal attraction to Cleopatra, and is similar in plot to Shakespeare's 'Antony and Cleopatra.'" --Provided by publisher.

Dryden, John, 1631-1700. The conquest of Granada. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A tragedy about the 1492 Spanish conquest of Granada" --Provided by publisher.

Dryden, John, 1631-1700. Discourses on satire and on epic poetry. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Dryden's analysis of satire as it is found in written works, including speeches, novels, plays, and poetry" --Provided by publisher.

Dryden, John, 1631-1700. Marriage a-la-mode. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A comedic play by John Dryden. He wrote the play in a collection of prose, blank verse, and heroic couplets" --Provided by publisher.

Dryden, John, 1631-1700. The poetical works of John Dryden. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 1 of John Dryden's poetry. This volume contains such poems as 'On the Death of Lord Hastings,' 'Heroic Stanzas on the Death of Oliver Cromwell,' 'Satire on the Dutch,' and 'Absalom and Achitophel'" --Provided by publisher.

Dryden, John, 1631-1700. The poetical works of John Dryden. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 2 of John Dryden's poetry. This volume contains such poems as 'The Fair Stranger,' 'The Lady's Song,' 'The Tears of Amynta for the Death of Damon,' and 'The Secular Masque'" --Provided by publisher.

Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963. The souls of black folk. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Du Bois's work on race relations and their problems in the United States" --Provided by publisher.

Dumas, Alexandre, 1802-1870. The Count of Monte Cristo. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Dumas's classic tale of revenge. Edmond Dantes escapes prison after fourteen years and plans his vengeance against those who wronged him" --Provided by publisher.

Dumas, Alexandre, 1802-1870. Henri III et sa cour. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A landmark in the history of the French theatre, 'Henri III et Sa Cour' is a historic play that covers the life of Henry III, the last of the Valois French monarchs" --Provided by publisher.

Dumas, Alexandre, 1802-1870. The man in the iron mask. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Part of a group of romances known as Le Vicomte de Bragelonne, or The Viscount of Bragelonne, which in turn is the third part in a series of three romances which follow the fortunes of D'Artagnan, Athos, Porthos and Aramis. The first two parts of the series are 'The Three Musketeers' and 'Twenty Years After'" --Provided by publisher.

Dumas, Alexandre, 1802-1870. Ten years later. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The final chapter in Dumas's d'Artagnan Romances. This volume contains the story 'The Man in the Iron Mask'"--Provided by publisher.

Dumas, Alexandre, 1802-1870. The three musketeers. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The classic tale of d'Artagnan's adventures with the Musketeers" --Provided by publisher.

Dumas, Alexandre, 1802-1870. Twenty years after. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The second in a series of books that follows the fortunes of D'Artagnan, Athos, Porthos, and Aramis. Its action takes place twenty years after the end of 'The Three Musketeers.' The last book in this well-known series is 'The Viscount of Bragelonne' (See also 'The Man in the Iron Mask')" --Provided by publisher.

Dumas, Alexandre, 1824-1895. La dame aux camilias. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The Lady of the Camelliasis a novel that later was adapted for the stage. It revolves around a woman 'kept' by various lovers but who falls in love with a man who returns her devotion. The novel is also marked by the description of 19th century Parisian life and the fragile world of the 'courtisanes'" --Provided by publisher.

Dunsany, Edward John Moreton Drax Plunkett, Baron, 1878-1957. If : a play in four acts. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A play about time travel" --Provided by publisher.

Eastman, Charles Alexander, 1858-1939. Indian boyhood. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Eastman's youth among the Sioux" --Provided by publisher.

Eastman, Charles Alexander, 1858-1939. Indian heroes and great chieftains. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Biographical sketches of famous American Indians" --Provided by publisher.

Eastman, Charles Alexander, 1858-1939. Old indian days. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A collection of stories about Sioux bands in the Upper Midwest" --Provided by publisher.

Eastman, Charles Alexander, 1858-1939. The soul of the indian. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Eastman outlines the beliefs of the Sioux" --Provided by publisher.

Eddy, Mary Baker, 1821-1910. Science and health, with key to the scriptures. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The key text of the religion of Christian Science. Written by Mary Baker Eddy, it was based on her study of the Bible following her healing experience" --Provided by publisher.

Edgeworth, Maria, 1767-1849. Murad the unlucky, and other tales. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A collection of short stories, including 'Murad the Unlucky,' 'The Limerick Gloves,' and 'Madame de Fleury'"--Provided by publisher.

Edgeworth, Maria, 1767-1849. The parent's assistant. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of children's stories and plays intended for the moral instruction of children during the 19th century" --Provided by publisher.

Edgeworth, Maria, 1768-1849. The absentee. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The Absentee is a novel first published in Tales of Fashionable Life. It describes the desperate living and working conditions of the Irish peasantry and the systemic evils of the landowner class" --Provided by publisher.

Edgeworth, Maria, 1768-1849. Castle Rackrent. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Castle Rackrent is a novel set prior to the Irish Constitution of 1782 and tells the story of four generations of Rackrent heirs and their sequential mismanagment of their estate. Narrated by the Rackrent's devoted servant, Thady Quirk, the story displays how the family's excesses lead them to ruin" --Provided by publisher.

Eliot, George, 1819-1880. Adam Bede. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A story about a fictional rural community and a love rectagle there" --Provided by publisher.

Eliot, George, 1819-1880. Daniel Deronda. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A Victorian novel about the lives of Gwendolen Harleth and Daniel Deronda" --Provided by publisher.

Eliot, George, 1819-1880. Felix Holt. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A novel following the political disputes of a small English town during the Reform Act of 1832" --Provided by publisher.

Eliot, George, 1819-1880. The lifted veil. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A horror novella dealing with the possibility of life after death and supernatural themes" --Provided by publisher.

Eliot, George, 1819-1880. Middlemarch. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Eliot's novel takes place earlier in the 19th century in the provincial town of Middlemarch wherein the heroine Dorothea Brooke is unhappily married to an aging scholar, the Reverend Mr. Casaubon. A provision in his will deprives her of his entire estate should she marry Will Ladislaw, his young cousin whom he despises. Other plots deal with the gradual corruption of a certain Dr. Lydgate and the affairs of his wife's sister" --Provided by publisher.

Eliot, George, 1819-1880. The mill on the floss. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A novel set directly after the Napoleonic Wars that follows the life of Maggie Tulliver" --Provided by publisher.

Eliot, George, 1819-1880. Romola. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A social novel set in fifteenth century Florence" --Provided by publisher.

Eliot, George, 1819-1880. Silas Marner. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A handloom weaver is wrongly accused of stealing and, as a result, his life becomes extremely difficult. Silas Marner is a study of human relations" --Provided by publisher.

Eliot, T. S. (Thomas Stearns), 1888-1965. Poems. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of early poetry of Eliot, when he called upon French symbolist poetry, including works of Jules Laforgue, for a model into which he poured his inspiration. However, he announced his own voice by the first offering of this publication, 'Gerontion.' Poems in this anthology include: Burbank with a Baedeker: Bleistein with a Cigar; Portrait of a Lady, Preludes, Rhapsody on a Windy Night, and Sweeney Among the Nightingales" --Provided by publisher.

Eliot, T. S. (Thomas Stearns), 1888-1965. Prufrock and other observations. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Published in 1917, this is a collection of poetry written by T. S. Eliot during a time when there was massive transformation in culture, spanning from the end of the 19th century to the middle of the 20th century. In his works, he expresses the ways people learned to cope with the many changes in society" --Provided by publisher.

Eliot, T. S. (Thomas Stearns), 1888-1965. The waste land. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A long modernist poem almost following the legend of the Fisher King and the Holy Grail" --Provided by publisher.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 1803-1882. Essays, first series. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of essays about transcendentalism, including 'History,' 'Self-Reliance,' 'The Over-Soul,' and 'Circles,' among others" --Provided by publisher.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 1803-1882. Essays, second series. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of essays about transcendentalism, including 'The Poet,' 'Experience,' 'Manners,' and 'Politics'" --Provided by publisher.

Epictetus. Discourses. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Teaches that people should live life free from unfulfilled desires, take only a small portion of what life has to offer, and be calm in the face of death" --Provided by publisher.

Epictetus. The golden sayings of Epictetus. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Teaches that people should live life free from unfulfilled desires, take only a small portion of what life has to offer, and be calm in the face of death" --Provided by publisher.

Equiano, Olaudah, 1745-1797. The interesting narrative of the life of Olaudah Equiano. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The autobiograpy of a man brought from West Africa as a slave in England and the Americas, his experiences in slavery, and his success in gaining freedom" --Provided by publisher.

Erasmus, Desiderius, -1536. In praise of folly. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Speaking in the name of Folly, Erasmus satirizes the customs and beliefs of his times. One of the most popular classics of the Renaissance, this work went through forty editions during Erasmus' lifetime and won him international renown" --Provided by publisher.

Euripides. Andromache. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Tells of the trials of Hector's widow Andromache, after she has been carried off by Neoptolemus. This play accuses the Athenians' enemies, the Spartans, of cruelty and cowardice" --Provided by publisher.

Euripides. Bacchae. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Written during Euripides' last years, this tragedy includes some of his sharpest criticisms of the fanaticism of ancient Greek religion. It is the story of Pentheus' imprisonment of Dionysus" --Provided by publisher.

Euripides. Alcestis. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Euripides' earliest extant play tells the story of Alcestis' voluntary descent to Hades in place of her husband Admetus, king of Pherae, and of her rescue by Heracles" --Provided by publisher.

Euripides. The Cyclops. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The only satyr play to survive from ancient times, it is the story of Silenus and his sons' enslavement by the Cyclops, Polyphemus. The Greek sea captain Odysseus arrives and barters with Silenus" --Provided by publisher.

Euripides. Electra. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The legend of Electra, sister of Orestes, and daughter of Clytemnestra and Agamemnon, dramatized by each of the three great Greek dramatists. Euripides makes Clytemnestra's murder appear a horrible act" --Provided by publisher.

Euripides. Hecuba. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Recounts the revenge of Hecuba, queen of Troy, on Polymestor, who murdered her youngest son. Euripides' study of brutality is often referred to as one of the first anti-war dramas" --Provided by publisher.

Euripides. Helen. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Based on the Trojan myth of Helen of Troy that only a wraith of Helen passed to Troy while the real Helen was detained in Egypt. Thousands die because of the woman believed to be Helen" --Provided by publisher.

Euripides. The Heracleidae. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Story of the children of Hercules who, persecuted by the Argive King Eurystheus, are sheltered by Athens. This extremely nationalistic play glorifies Athens while condemning the Spartan alliance" --Provided by publisher.

Euripides. Heracles mad. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Euripides version of the Heracles (Hercules) myth. Heracles is driven mad and kills his wife and children. Critics argue whether this play is about the glory of Athens or the problems of aging" --Provided by publisher.

Euripides. Hippolytus. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A tragedy of complex love involving Hippolytus, King Theseus, his father, and Phaedra, his stepmother. The action revolves around a feud between Aphrodite and Artemis, the goddesses of love and chastity" --Provided by publisher.

Euripides. Ion (Euripides). Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"This play recounts the legend of Ion, the King of Athens, and illustrates the traditional glories of Attica. It is an excellent example of Euripides' skill in the structure of dramatic intrigue" --Provided by publisher.

Euripides. Iphigenia among the Tauri. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Iphigenia, the high priestess at the Tauric shrine where humans are sacrificed, recognizes her brother and his friend as they are prepared for immolation. They plot an escape" --Provided by publisher.

Euripides. Iphigenia at Aulis. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Agamemnon is told his daughter must be sacrificed in order to save the Greeks who are trapped in the Harbor of Aulis. One of Euripides' latest works which was probably left unfinished" --Provided by publisher.

Euripides. Medea. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Medea, a sorceress, plots her revenge against Jason, with whom she had been romantically involved. Euripides' version of this Greek myth is notable for its sympathetic treatment of the strange Medea" --Provided by publisher.

Euripides. Orestes. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A retelling of the story of Orestes from the popular story of Agamemnon's tragic family. There are more ancient quotations cited from Orestes than from any other extant play of Euripides or his rivals" --Provided by publisher.

Euripides. Phoenician women. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Similar in subject matter to Aeschylus' Seven Against Thebes, and parts of Sophocles' Antigone, this is the longest extant Greek drama. It is often called a complete retelling of the Oedipus myth" --Provided by publisher.

Euripides. Rhesus. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A possibly spurious play, it is nevertheless most often attributed to Euripides. The style of his other works is absent here, and it seems, to many, too mechanical a retelling of the story from Homer's Iliad" --Provided by publisher.

Euripides. Trojan women. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"This play depicts the horrors of war in what is often called a near approach to the character of melodrama. It is the story of Hecuba, Andromache, and Cassandra and their sorrows after Troy's capture" --Provided by publisher.

Fabre, Jean-Henri, 1823-1915. Bramble-bees and others. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of essays on wild bees, as well as some other insects" --Provided by publisher.

Fabre, Jean-Henri, 1823-1915. The life of the fly. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of Fabre's essays on flies, including comments on heredity and different species of fly" --Provided by publisher.

Fabre, Jean-Henri, 1823-1915. The life of the spider. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Fabre's findings on spiders" --Provided by publisher.

Fabre, Jean-Henri, 1823-1915. The mason-bees. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of essays about mason-bees, along with essays on several other topics, like red ants" --Provided by publisher.

Fabre, Jean-Henri, 1823-1915. More hunting wasps. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of essays on the subject of wasps" --Provided by publisher.

Fabre, Jean-Henri, 1823-1915. The wonders of instinct. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Chapters on the psychology of different insect species, including grasshoppers, burying-beetles, and spiders" --Provided by publisher.

Farjeon, Eleanor, 1881-1965. Martin Pippin in the apple orchard. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A travelling bard helps a ploughman by freeing his beloved from the six young women guarding her" --Provided by publisher.

Ferber, Edna, 1887-1968. Dawn O'Hara : the girl who laughed. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Narrated by Dawn, a newspaper reporter in 1910s America, the novel follows her life as she struggles with illness, marital stress, financial hardships, redemption, and, ultimately love" --Provided by publisher.

Field, Eugene, 1850-1895. Love-songs of childhood. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of poetry, including Field's the best known poem for children, 'Wynken, Blynken, and Nod'"--Provided by publisher.

Fielding, Henry, 1707-1754. Amelia. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 1 of Fielding's novel Amelia, which follows the story of Amelia and William, a recently married and desperately impoverished couple struggling to survive" --Provided by publisher.

Fielding, Henry, 1707-1754. Amelia. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 2 of Fielding's novel Amelia, which follows the story of Amelia and William, a recently married and desperately impoverished couple struggling to survive" --Provided by publisher.

Fielding, Henry, 1707-1754. Amelia. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 3 of Fielding's novel Amelia, which follows the story of Amelia and William, a recently married and desperately impoverished couple struggling to survive" --Provided by publisher.

Fielding, Henry, 1707-1754. An apology for the life of Mrs. Shamela Andrews. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A satiric epistilary novel following the coquette and seductress Shamela who plots to trap her employer Squire Booby by marriage" --Provided by publisher.

Fielding, Henry, 1707-1754. Tom Jones. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Fielding's most famous work is generally considered a masterpiece of English literature. It is the wonderful tale of Tom Jones' adventures?from conception to his success in becoming a squire" --Provided by publisher.

Fielding, Henry, 1707-1754. Joseph Andrews. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"This comedic novel follows the footman Joseph Andrews as he travels with his mentor Abraham Adams" --Provided by publisher.

Fielding, Henry, 1707-1754. Joseph Andrews. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"This comedic novel follows the footman Joseph Andrews as he travels with his mentor Abraham Adams" --Provided by publisher.

Fielding, Henry, 1707-1754. Journal of a voyage to Lisbon. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A travelogue following Fielding's journey to Lisbon" --Provided by publisher.

Fielding, Henry, 1707-1754. Journal of a voyage to Lisbon. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A travelogue about a trip to Lisbon" --Provided by publisher.

Fielding, Henry, 1707-1754. A journey from this world to the next. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The continuation of the play in which Fielding describes fictive afterlives, preparing the way for the later popular Christian beliefs about the afterlife that had not yet been solidified" --Provided by publisher.

Fielding, Henry, 1707-1754. The life and death of Jonathan Wild. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A satire of Robert Walpole, drawing parallels between Jonathan Wild's thieves and the Whig party in Parliament" --Provided by publisher.

Firdawsi. Book of kings (epic of kings). Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"It took Firdawsi thirty-five years to write the Book of Kings which is considered one of the world's greatest epics. Its rhyming couplets describe the history of Persian Kings from the creation of man to the Moslem conquest. Its main theme is an expression of patriotic Persian pride and glory" --Provided by publisher.

Fiske, John, 1842-1901. Myths and myth-makers. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A collection of essays on origins and common themes within different mythologies" --Provided by publisher.

Fiske, John, 1842-1901. The unseen world and other essays. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A collection of essays by John Fiske. This collection includes:, 'The Unseen World', 'The To-Morrow of Death', 'The Jesus of History', 'The Christ of Dogma', 'A Word About Miracles', 'Draper on Science and Religion', 'Nathan the Wise', 'Historical Difficulties', 'The Famine of 1770 in Bengal', 'Spain and the Netherlands', 'Longfellow's Dante', 'Paine's 'St. Peter'', 'A Phillosophy of Art', 'Athenian and American Life.'" --Provided by publisher.

Fitzgerald, F. Scott (Francis Scott), 1896-1940. Tales of the jazz age. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Fitzgerald's collection of short stories. Found inside are:, 'The Jelly-Bean', 'The Camel's Back', 'May Day', 'Porcelain and Pink', 'The Diamond as Big as the Ritz', 'The Curious Case of Benjamin Button', 'Tarquin of Cheapside', 'O Russet Witch!', 'The Lees of Happiness', 'Mr. Icky', 'Jemina'" --Provided by publisher.

Fitzgerald, F. Scott (Francis Scott), 1896-1940. This side of Paradise. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"F. Scott Fitzgerald's debut novel, published in 1920. The book takes its title from a line in Tiare Tahiti, a poem by Rupert Brooke, and explores the twisted morals of youth at the time" --Provided by publisher.

Flaubert, Gustave, 1821-1880. Herodias. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The story of the beheading of John the Baptist" --Provided by publisher.

Flaubert, Gustave, 1821-1880. Madame Bovary. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"One of the more important works in the development of the novel, marked by Flaubert's precise detailed descriptions. This book, the story of an ordinary woman unhappily married to a dull young doctor, brought legal prosecution against Flaubert on the grounds of immorality" --Provided by publisher.

Flaubert, Gustave, 1821-1880. Salammbo. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A historical novel set in Carthage (the rival of Rome) right before the Mercenary Revolt" --Provided by publisher.

Flaubert, Gustave, 1821-1880. Sentimental education. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The novel follows the the life of Frederic Moreau living through the revolution of 1848, the founding of the Second French Empire, and his love for an older woman. It portrays the moral integrity of 19th century men and their views on love and passion" --Provided by publisher.

Flaubert, Gustave, 1821-1880. Sentimental education. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The novel follows the the life of Frederic Moreau living through the revolution of 1848, the founding of the Second French Empire, and his love for an older woman. It portrays the moral integrity of 19th century men and their views on love and passion" --Provided by publisher.

Flaubert, Gustave, 1821-1880. The temptation of St. Anthony. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Written in the form of a theatrical script, the book details one night in the life of Anthony the Great in which Anthony is confronted by characters and objects that tempt him to stray from his belief in isolation, the highest form of worship" --Provided by publisher.

Flaubert, Gustave, 1821-1880. Three tales. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"It consists of the short stories 'A Simple Heart', 'Saint Julian the Hospitalier,' and 'Herodias'" --Provided by publisher.

Flipper, Henry Ossian, 1856-1940. The colored cadet at West Pointt. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An autobiographical description of Henry Ossian Flipper's experiences as the first African American to graduate from the United States Military Academy at West Point" --Provided by publisher.

Ford, Ford Madox, 1873-1939. The good soldier. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Set right before World War I, the novel revovles around the tragedy of American soldier Edward Ashburnham and his seemingly perfect marriage and that of two American friends. Using a series of flashbacks in non-chronological order, it tells the stories of the unraveling of their lives, and deaths of the three main characters" --Provided by publisher.

Forster, E. M. (Edward Morgan), 1879-1970. Howards end. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A celebrated novel, published in 1910, which explored the social conventions and expectations in England at the time" --Provided by publisher.

Forster, E. M. (Edward Morgan), 1879-1970. Where angels fear to tread. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Forster's first published novel, in which an English woman marries an Italian man against her family's wishes, and then dies in childbirth. The two cultures clash dramatically as the family fights over the fate of the child" --Provided by publisher.

France, Anatole, 1844-1924. The crime of Sylvestre Bonnard. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A novel whose main character, Sylvestre Bonnard, seemed to personify France itself at the time, through his scholarly skepticism" --Provided by publisher.

France, Anatole, 1844-1924. Penguin Island. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A fictional history of a fake island full of fake penguins (or the real bird, the great auk). It's satire" --Provided by publisher.

France, Anatole, 1844-1924. The red lily. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A novel that tells the story of Therese, a married young woman who has affairs with two different men, and the jealousy that arises between her lovers" --Provided by publisher.

France, Anatole, 1844-1924. Thais. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A novel based on the life of Saint Tha?s of Egypt, a legendary woman who converted to Christianity" --Provided by publisher.

Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790. Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The first American literary classic, Franklin's Autobiography, written from 1771 to just before his death in 1790, covers only the first fifty-one years of his life. The simple and witty style Franklin employed in writing this work is often referred to as the beginning of American prose. Parts of the Autobiography appeared in France in the 1790s, but the complete work was not published until 1868" --Provided by publisher.

Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790. Dialogue between Franklin and the gout. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A literal dialogue between 'Mr. F' and 'The Gout,' a disease marked by painful inflammation of the joints that plagued Franklin for so many of his years. Here Franklin refers to the gout as an enemy who 'would not only torment my body to death, but ruin my good name.' The Gout, surprisingly, closes by calling itself Franklin's 'real friend'"--Provided by publisher.

Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790. Electrical kite. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Excerpted from Franklin's letter of October 19, 1752 to his frequent correspondent, Peter Collinson. Here Franklin relates his now legendary experiment with a kite, a key, and lightening, or what he calls 'electric fire from clouds'" --Provided by publisher.

Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790. Ephemera : an emblem of human life. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A letter addressed to Madame Brillon, of Passy; he later sent a copy to William Carmichael in 1780. Franklin confesses to his friend that he understands all the inferior animal tongues. Here he relates an overheard conversation amongst a number of Ephemere, a kind of fly that breeds and expires within one day. He records verbatim the soliloquy of 'an old grey-headed one, who was single on another leaf'"--Provided by publisher.

Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790. Franklin before the House of Commons. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"From the Report of Franklin's Examination before the British Parliament or House of Commons. Here Franklin is grilled on America's feelings toward Great Britain and, in particular, their attitude concerning the Stamp Act. Franklin informs his questioners that the American people will never submit to it. 'No power, how great soever,' he says, 'can force men to change their opinions'" --Provided by publisher.

Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790. Franklin's discovery of the positive and negative states of electricity. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Excerpted from one of many letters Franklin penned to his old friend and correspondent Peter Collinson. This letter, written on July 11, 1747, shares Franklin's workings with electricity and the discovery implied by the title" --Provided by publisher.

Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790. His invention of the lightning rod. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Here we learn of Franklin's experiment with a paste-board tube and scales, the results of which were 'of use to mankind, in preserving houses, churches, ships, etc., from the stroke of lightning, by directing us to fix, on the highest parts of those edifices, upright rods of iron made sharp as a needle... and from the foot of those rods a wire down the outside of the building into the ground...'"--Provided by publisher.

Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790. Rules for reducing a great empire to a small one. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Presented privately to a late Minister when he entered upon his administration, then contributed to the London 'Public Advertiser' in September, 1773. This satiric work offers a list of rules, which, if followed closely, make it possible to reduce a great empire to a small one. It is a scathing indictment that ridicules Great Britain's treatment of America" --Provided by publisher.

Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790. Selections from Benjamin Franklin's letters. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of letters written by Franklin to numerous friends and luminaries of his day. Included here, among others, are letters to Samuel Mather, Noah Webster, William Strahan, and Mrs. Sarah Bache, Franklin's daughter. One letter of note has Franklin dissuading Thomas Paine 'from publishing a certain work,' referring obviously to Paine's controversial 'Age of Reason'" --Provided by publisher.

Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790. That lightning usually passes from earth to the clouds. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Excerpted from a letter to Peter Collinson. Here Franklin relates an experiment which led him to believe that all clouds were electrified negatively. After contradictory observation by himself and his friend, Mr. Kinnersley, Franklin concludes that 'it is the earth that strikes into the clouds, and not the clouds that strike into the earth.'--Provided by publisher.

Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790. Theory of light and heat. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An excerpt from 'Loose Thoughts on a Universal Fluid,' another of Franklin's many forays into the world of science. Here the author explains that 'universal space, as far as we know of it, seems to be filled with a subtile fluid, whose motion, or vibration, is called light.'--Provided by publisher.

Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790. Way to wealth. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Excerpted from a discourse prefixed to Poor Richard's Almanac. Stopping his horse at an auction of merchant goods, Franklin (or 'Poor Richard' Saunders) is pleased to hear an old man, 'Father Abraham,' quote Poor Richard in conversation with company. Abraham's listeners approve the shared Doctrine, then 'immediately do the contrary' after the old man ends his Harangue" --Provided by publisher.

Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790. The whistle. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An excerpt from a letter to Madame Brillon. Franklin tells the story of how, as a child, he paid too much money for a whistle. He then relates how people often 'give too much for their whistles.' 'In short,' he writes, 'I conceive that great part of the miseries of mankind are brought upon them by the false estimates they have made of the value of things'"--Provided by publisher.

Frederic, Harold, 1856-1898. The damnation of Theron Ware. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Follows the progress and the problems of the title character, an ambitious Methodist preacher. Other characters include his wife, Alice, a rich young woman named Celia Madden, and Father Forbes, a Catholic priest. The Damnation of Theoron Ware is Frederic's most celebrated work" --Provided by publisher.

Frederic, Harold, 1856-1898. The market-place. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A story about an American inventor whose successes lead to greater ambitions of power in England" --Provided by publisher.

Freeman, Mary Eleanor Wilkins, 1852-1930. The copy-cat, and other stories. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A collection of short stories, including 'The Copy-Cat,' 'Johnny-In-The-Woods,' 'Little Lucy Rose,' and 'The Umbrella Man,' among others" --Provided by publisher.

Freeman, Mary Eleanor Wilkins, 1852-1930. The wind in the rose-bush. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A volume of American ghost stories and supernatural tales. This collection includes Freeman's best known story, 'The Shadows On the Wall'" --Provided by publisher.

Freeman, Mary Eleanor Wilkins, 1852-1930. The Yates pride : a romance. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A romance about a woman named Eudora, who spreads rumors when she adopts a baby and is courted by an old acquaintance" --Provided by publisher.

Freud, Sigmund, 1856-1939. Interpretation of dreams. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"One of Freud's first and most important reports on his studies of the subconscious. Freud believed this work contained the most valuable of all his discoveries" --Provided by publisher.

Frost, Robert, 1874-1963. A boy's will. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Frost's first collection of poetry, it draws upon the poet's observations of nature. It includes such poems as 'Into My Own,' 'Asking for Roses,' and 'Mowing'" --Provided by publisher.

Frost, Robert, 1874-1963. Mountain interval. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Drawing upon nature and common events as subject matter, this collection of poetry includes some of Frost's most memorable works, including 'The Road Not Taken,' 'Birches,' and 'The Bonfire'"--Provided by publisher.

Frost, Robert, 1874-1963. North of Boston. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Frost's second endeavor, this collection of poetry contains some of the poet's most memorable works, including 'The Death of the Hired Man,' 'Mending Wall,' and 'After Apple-Picking'" --Provided by publisher.

Frystak, Timothy D. Jackie Robinson : with profiles of Satchel Paige and and Branch Rickey. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
Profile : Satchel Paige -- Jackie Robinson. Chronology and introduction to Robinson's life ; Experiencing racial intolerance ; Lieutenant Robinson ; The Negro Leagues ; The noble experiment ; Breaking the color barrier ; Integrating the Major Leagues ; A champion off the field ; Changing times -- Profile : Branch Rickey. A biography of Jackie Robinson, who in 1947 broke major league baseball's color barrier in partnership with Branch Rickey, general manager of the Brooklyn Dodgers. Also includes profiles of Leroy "Satchel" Paige, one of the greatest pitchers of his day, who joined the majors in 1948, and of Branch Rickey.

Furphy, Joseph, 1843-1912. Such is life. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of fictional stories about the rural inhabitants of New South Wales and Victoria, Australia" --Provided by publisher.

Galen. On the natural faculties. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"One of the best-known of Galen's surviving medical classics" --Provided by publisher.

Garland, Hamlin, 1860-1940. Main-travelled roads. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of eleven short stories set in the 'Middle Border,' the northwestern prairie states of Wisconsin, Nebraska, Iowa, Minnesota and South Dakota. The stories portray the hardships of agrarian life, taking apart the conventional myth of the American prairie, though highlighting the economic and social conditions of communities in the rural Midwest" --Provided by publisher.

Gaskell, Elizabeth Cleghorn, 1810-1865. A dark night's work. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A novella originally published in Charles Dickens's magazine All the Year Round. A Dark Night's Work contains criticisms of the rigid social class distinctions of the time, as well as themes of crime and guilt, alcoholism, and the effects of irresponsible behavior" --Provided by publisher.

Gaskell, Elizabeth Cleghorn, 1810-1865. Cranford. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A novel focusing on Mary Smith and the lives of residents in the town of Cranford" --Provided by publisher.

Gaskell, Elizabeth Cleghorn, 1810-1865. The life of Charlotte Bronte. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A posthumous biography of Charlotte Bronte" --Provided by publisher.

Gaskell, Elizabeth Cleghorn, 1810-1865. Life of Charlotte Bronte. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 2 of the biography of Charlotte Bronte, written by novelist Elizabeth Gaskell" --Provided by publisher.

Gaskell, Elizabeth Cleghorn, 1810-1865. Lizzie Leigh. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The story of a fallen woman and her penance and re-introduction to society, her reunion with family, and her relationship with God" --Provided by publisher.

Gaskell, Elizabeth Cleghorn, 1810-1865. Mary Barton. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Mary Barton's first novel, set in Manchester and dealing with the challenges of the lower class. " --Provided by publisher.

Gaskell, Elizabeth Cleghorn, 1810-1865. My Lady Ludlow. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A novel detailing the lives of two single women - one a spinster and one a widow - who devote their time to the care of other single women and girls" --Provided by publisher.

Gaskell, Elizabeth Cleghorn, 1810-1865. Round the sofa. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of short stories, including 'My Lady Ludlow,' 'The Doom of the Griffiths,' 'and 'The Poor Clare'"--Provided by publisher.

Gautier, The?ophile, 1811-1872. Captain Fracasse. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The cloak-and-dagger tale of a soldier named Fracasse" --Provided by publisher.

Gay, John, 1685-1732. The beggar's opera. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"John Gay's greatest success is a drama set to music that is peopled with thieves and highwaymen. The Beggar's Opera is a political satire of the court of George II and of Robert Walpole, Britain's first prime minister" --Provided by publisher.

Gibbon, Edward, 1737-1794. Decline and fall of the Roman Empire. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A history following the Roman Empire from its height to the fall of Byzantium" --Provided by publisher.

Gibbon, Edward, 1737-1794. Decline and fall of the Roman Empire. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The second volume following Western civilization as the Roman Empire receded from power. This volume begins with Nero and ends with the invasion of the Huns" --Provided by publisher.

Gibbon, Edward, 1737-1794. Decline and fall of the Roman Empire. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The third volume following Western civilization as the Roman Empire receded from power. This volume starts with the Civil Wars and the reign of Theodosius and ends with the reign of Clovis" --Provided by publisher.

Gibbon, Edward, 1737-1794. Decline and fall of the Roman Empire. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The fourth volume following Western civilization as the Roman Empire receded from power. This volume follows the Gothic Kingdom of Italy and finishes with the disharmony within the early Christian chruch" --Provided by publisher.

Gibbon, Edward, 1737-1794. Decline and fall of the Roman Empire. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The fifth volume following Western civilization as the Roman Empire receded from power. This volume starts with the Frank conquest of Italy and ends with the First Crusade" --Provided by publisher.

Gibbon, Edward, 1737-1794. Decline and fall of the Roman Empire. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The sixth volume following Western civilization as the Roman Empire receded from power. This volume continues chronicling the crusades and ends with the nature of the Roman ruins in the fifteenth century" --Provided by publisher.

Gibbs, George, 1870-1942. The golden bough. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A romantic adventure following an escaped prisoner of war and a young woman" --Provided by publisher.

Gilbert, W. S. (William Schwenck), 1836-1911. Bab ballads and savoy songs. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of comical verses written and illustrated by W. S. Gilbert, before he became known for his work with Arthur Sullivan. Gilbert used his ridiculous, and sometimes satirical, humor in the verses, and they became famous. The name 'Bab' came from Gilbert's childhood nickname" --Provided by publisher.

Gilman, Charlotte P.. Forerunner. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of poetry, short stories, and essays by Charlotte Perkins Gilman. This work includes:, 'Then This', 'A Small god and a Large Goddess', 'Arrears', 'What Diantha Did', 'Our Androcentric Culture; or The Man-Made World', 'Thanksong'" --Provided by publisher.

Gilman, Charlotte Perkins, 1860-1935. Concerning children. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Gilman works on social and economic improvement by looking at changing motherhood" --Provided by publisher.

Gilman, Charlotte Perkins, 1860-1935. Herland. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A utopian novel describing a society composed entirely of women who reproduce through asexual reproduction" --Provided by publisher.

Gilman, Charlotte Perkins, 1860-1935. The man-made world. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A feminist work, advocating that women learn independence at a young age and work outside the home" --Provided by publisher.

Gilman, Charlotte Perkins, 1860-1935. What Diantha did. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Originally published in serial form in Gilman's magazine, The Forerunner, What Diantha Did is the story of a strong young woman who starts a housecleaning business and becomes dramatically successful. The book is a social commentary with a feminist agenda" --Provided by publisher.

Gilman, Charlotte Perkins, 1860-1935. The yellow wallpaper. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A short story about a young woman trapped by her husband for her safety and by mental illness within the yellow wallpaper" --Provided by publisher.

Ginzberg, Louis, 1873-1953. The legends of the Jews. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 1 tell where legends appear and reappear, where versions differ and where they contradict each other. When legends have been the subject of learned interpretation or debate, Ginzberg provides guidance to the commentaries and disputants; when the legends are part of a larger controversy, he provides context" --Provided by publisher.

Ginzberg, Louis, 1873-1953. The legends of the Jews. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 2 tell where legends appear and reappear, where versions differ and where they contradict each other. When legends have been the subject of learned interpretation or debate, Ginzberg provides guidance to the commentaries and disputants; when the legends are part of a larger controversy, he provides context" --Provided by publisher.

Ginzberg, Louis, 1873-1953. The legends of the Jews. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A retelling of Jewish history and legend, covering the time from the Exodus from Egypt to the death of Moses" --Provided by publisher.

Ginzberg, Louis, 1873-1953. The legends of the Jews. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A retelling of Jewish history and legend, covering the time from Joshua to Esther" --Provided by publisher.

Gissing, George, 1857-1903. New Grub Street. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A novel about the struggles of those who make their living by writing. Gissing contrasts the success of the unscrupulous with the poverty of those with higher standards" --Provided by publisher.

Gissing, George, 1857-1903. The private papers of Henry Ryecroft. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The Private Papers of Henry Ryecroft is a collection of letters that follow the life of a writer who has come into a small inheritance and has, for the first time in his life, security of income" --Provided by publisher.

Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von, 1749-1832. Faust. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A play about the legend of Faust who promises his soul to the destructive spirit Mephistopheles in order to fulfill his desire of encountering life through experiences rather than through the study of Philosophy" --Provided by publisher.

Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von, 1749-1832. Poems. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collections of translated poems by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. The collection includes his songs, cantatas, odes, sonnets, and other poems" --Provided by publisher.

Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von, 1749-1832. The sorrows of young Werther. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A semi-autobiographical novel, written as a collection of letters from Werther, a young artist, to his friend Wilhelm" --Provided by publisher.

Gogol, Nikolai Vasilevich, 1809-1852. Dead souls. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A novel commenting on the flaws of Russian character. The story revolves around Paul Ivanovitch Chichikov trying to impress the upper class after he arrives in town" --Provided by publisher.

Gogol', Nikolai Vasil'evich, 1809-1852. The inspector-general. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A Russian satirical play in which all of the characters are unlikeable" --Provided by publisher.

Gogol, Nikolai Vasilevich, 1809-1852. Taras Bulba. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The tale of an old Cossack and his two son as the go on a journey in preparation for war against Poland" --Provided by publisher.

Goldman, Emma, 1869-1940. Anarchism and other essays. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of essays by anarchist Emma Goldman, including 'Anarchism: What It Really Stands For,' 'Minorities Versus Majorities,' 'The Psychology of Political Violence,' and 'Woman Suffrage'" --Provided by publisher.

Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774. The complete poetical works of Oliver Goldsmith. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The collected poetry of Oliver Goldsmith. Some of the poems included are 'Elegy on the Death of a Mad Dog,' Song from 'She Stoops to Conquer,'' 'The Clown's Reply,' and 'Vida's Game of Chess.'--Provided by publisher.

Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774. She stoops to conquer. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A comedy in which a woman pretends to be a commoner in order to marry an aristocrat" --Provided by publisher.

Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774. The vicar of Wakefield. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"One of the most popular 18th century novels, The Vicar of Wakefield, describes the fall and rise of the Primrose family, relating to the reader the trials and joy of domestic life and loving family relationships" --Provided by publisher.

Gordon, Adam Lindsay, 1833-1870. Poems of Adam Lindsay Gordon. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The collected poems by Adam Lindsay Gordon" --Provided by publisher.

Gorky, Maksim, 1868-1936. Creatures that once were men. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A short story collection by Maksim Gorky" --Provided by publisher.

Gosse, Edmund, 1849-1928. Father and son : a study of two temperaments. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A memoir by Edmund Gosse, in which he describes the emerging relationship between his strictly religious father and the writer himself, who grew to reject his father's fundamentalism" --Provided by publisher.

Grahame, Kenneth, 1859-1932. The wind in the willows. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A classic childrens' fantasy featuring the characters of Mole, Water Rat, Mr. Toad and other small animals. This book grew out of a series of stories Grahame told to his small son at bedtime" --Provided by publisher.

Grant, Ulysses S. (Ulysses Simpson), 1822-1885. Personal memoirs of U. S. Grant. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Grant's own words about his life - mostly about his career as a soldier" --Provided by publisher.

Grant, Ulysses S. (Ulysses Simpson), 1822-1885. Personal memoirs of U. S. Grant. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Grant's second volume reflecting on his life" --Provided by publisher.

Grey, Zane, 1872-1939. Betty Zane. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The story follows Betty's courageous life in the fronteir. This includes her defense of the fort at Wheeling from Indians" --Provided by publisher.

Grey, Zane, 1872-1939. The call of the canyon. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A test of love in Arizona for Glenn Killbourne and his fiancee Carley Burch" --Provided by publisher.

Grey, Zane, 1872-1939. Desert gold. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A western about a small town run by a ruthless Mexican rebel and the man who confronts him" --Provided by publisher.

Grey, Zane, 1872-1939. The heritage of the desert. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The novel follows a young girl who falls for a New Englander when her father tries to marry her off as a second wife to another man" --Provided by publisher.

Grey, Zane, 1872-1939. The last of the plainsmen. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A travelogue following the author's trip across the Arizona desert with Buffalo Jones" --Provided by publisher.

Grey, Zane, 1872-1939. The light of western stars. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A novel about a high society woman who buys a ranch and ends up amidst a land war" --Provided by publisher.

Grey, Zane, 1872-1939. The Lone Star Ranger. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The story of Buck Duane, a man on the run from the law but then coerced into enforcing it" --Provided by publisher.

Grey, Zane, 1872-1939. The man of the forest. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A lone hunter overhears a plot to murder a young woman, and leaves the woods he's accustomed to in an effort to save her" --Provided by publisher.

Grey, Zane, 1872-1939. The redheaded outfield and other baseball stories. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A collection of short stories about baseball" --Provided by publisher.

Grey, Zane, 1872-1939. Riders of the purple sage. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"One of the most popular westerns of all time, Riders of the Purple Sage follows Jane Withersteen as she escapes the Mormon Church" --Provided by publisher.

Grey, Zane, 1872-1939. The spirit of the border. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A historical novel following missionaries trying to Christianize American Indians" --Provided by publisher.

Grey, Zane, 1872-1939. To the last man. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The escalation of a family feud when one family starts cattle rustling. Naturally, members from each family fall in love with each other" --Provided by publisher.

Grey, Zane, 1872-1939. Wildfire. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The story of Lin Sloan falling in love with Lucy Bostil and breaking a wild stallion. Sloan must then fight to keep both" --Provided by publisher.

Grey, Zane, 1872-1939. The young forester. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A boy goes to Arizona and joins the forestry service" --Provided by publisher.

Grimm, Jacob, 1785-1863. Grimms' fairy tales. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Grimm's Fairy Tales is the complete two-volume collection containing all 211 German fairy tales published by the Grimm brothers, Jacob and Wilhelm" --Provided by publisher.

Grossmith, George, 1847-1912. The diary of a nobody. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The book chronicles the humorous details of the life of Charles Porter in suburban England" --Provided by publisher.

Haggard, H. Rider (Henry Rider), 1856-1925. Allan and the holy flower. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An adventure novel featuring Allan Quatermain, who travels to Africa in search of a rare orchid" --Provided by publisher.

Haggard, H. Rider (Henry Rider), 1856-1925. The ancient Allan. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An adventure novel in which Allan Quatermain, through the aid of an Egyptian drug, discovers his previous incarnation as Shabakah, a lion hunter" --Provided by publisher.

Haggard, H. Rider (Henry Rider), 1856-1925. Beatrice. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A detailed story of an star-crossed but spiritual romance" --Provided by publisher.

Haggard, H. Rider (Henry Rider), 1856-1925. Benita, an african romance. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A trader hunts for buried treasure in Africa, with the help of a mesmerist, and discovers that the treasure has been washed away from its original location by flood waters" --Provided by publisher.

Haggard, H. Rider (Henry Rider), 1856-1925. Black heart and white heart. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"In this adventure novel, Philip Hadden travels through south Africa in the time of the Zulu War in 1878" --Provided by publisher.

Haggard, H. Rider (Henry Rider), 1856-1925. The brethren. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An adventure story set in the time of the Crusades. When a beautiful woman named Rosamund is taken by the the Muslim leader, Saladin, her twin cousins travel east to rescue her" --Provided by publisher.

Haggard, H. Rider (Henry Rider), 1856-1925. Child of storm. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The second in a trilogy about the downfall of the Zulu kingdom, featuring Haggard's well-known character Allan Quatermain" --Provided by publisher.

Haggard, H. Rider (Henry Rider), 1856-1925. Cleopatra. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Set in the Ptolemaic era of anciet Egypt, the story, told from the point of view of the Egyptian priest Harmachis, revovles around the survival of a dynasty bloodline protected by the Priesthood of Isis. The events are recounted in biblical language, being in the form of papyrus scrolls found in a tomb" --Provided by publisher.

Haggard, H. Rider (Henry Rider), 1856-1925. Elissa. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A love story set in the civilization of ancient Phoenician Zimbabwe" --Provided by publisher.

Haggard, H. Rider (Henry Rider), 1856-1925. Eric Brighteyes. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An epic Viking novel that follows the life of an Icelandic warrior and his quest to win the hand of his beloved, Gudruda the Fair. After her family opposes the match, battles, intrigue, and treachery follow" --Provided by publisher.

Haggard, H. Rider (Henry Rider), 1856-1925. Ayesha. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A sequel to She, Ayesha is a Gothic fantasy novel that follows the reincarnation of Ayesha in a new adventure" --Provided by publisher.

Haggard, H. Rider (Henry Rider), 1856-1925. Finished. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"An adventure novel featuring Haggard's popular character Allan Quatermain" --Provided by publisher.

Haggard, H. Rider (Henry Rider), 1856-1925. Hunter Quatermain's story. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"This new anthology consists of a novelette and four short stories. It provides detailed information about Haggard's inspiration and ultimate creation of Allan Quatermain, as well as the explorer's life" --Provided by publisher.

Haggard, H. Rider (Henry Rider), 1856-1925. The ivory child. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A continuation from the story of Allan and the Holy Flower, this novel sends Haggard's popular character Allan Quatermain through Africa to find a friend's kidnapped wife. Along the way, he encounters a sandstorm, a civil war, and an evil elephant god" --Provided by publisher.

Haggard, H. Rider (Henry Rider), 1856-1925. King Solomon's mines. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Haggard's first successful novel, it made him immediately famous. Allan Quatermain agrees to help Sir Henry Curtis locate his brother Neville who set out three years earlier in search of Solomon's Mines. The two men are joined in their adventures by Captain Good and a mysterious man named Umbopa who comes along as an unpaid guide" --Provided by publisher.

Haggard, H. Rider (Henry Rider), 1856-1925. Allan Quatermain. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The adventures of Allan Quatermain continue on the coast of east Africa" --Provided by publisher.

Haggard, H. Rider (Henry Rider), 1856-1925. Allan's wife. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The story of character Allan Quatermain's early life and marriage" --Provided by publisher.

Haggard, H. Rider (Henry Rider), 1856-1925. Long odds. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A short story about Allan Quatermain, the famous hunter" --Provided by publisher.

Haggard, H. Rider (Henry Rider), 1856-1925. Magepa the buck. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A short adventure story featuring Haggard's popular character Allan Quatermain" --Provided by publisher.

Haggard, H. Rider (Henry Rider), 1856-1925. The mahatma and the hare. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The Mahatma and the Hare is an afterlife fantasy about animal welfare and the morality of hunting. It revolves around a spiritual man who is able to communicate to the departed while sleeping. During such a rest, he encounters a hare who tells the Mahatma of the hardships and cruelties of his recent life. The novel touches on themes such as spiritualism, afterlife, game hunting, and animal rights" --Provided by publisher.

Haggard, H. Rider (Henry Rider), 1856-1925. Maiwa's revenge. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A novel about hunter Allan Quatermain and his involvement on an attack on a cattle ranch in order to rescue a captured English hunter, and avenge Maiwa, an African princess whose infant had been killed" --Provided by publisher.

Haggard, H. Rider (Henry Rider), 1856-1925. Montezuma's daughter. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"An adventure novel about an Englishman who travels to New Spain and marries the daughter of the native king" --Provided by publisher.

Haggard, H. Rider (Henry Rider), 1856-1925. Moon of Israel. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A story of the Biblical Exodus from Egypt, told from the view of a scribe named Ana" --Provided by publisher.

Haggard, H. Rider (Henry Rider), 1856-1925. Morning star. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
A romantic adventure set in ancient Egypt.--Provided by publisher.

Haggard, H. Rider (Henry Rider), 1856-1925. Nada the lily. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The story of Umslopogass and his love of Nada" --Provided by publisher.

Haggard, H. Rider (Henry Rider), 1856-1925. People of the mist. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A fantasy novel, in which a British explorer searches through Africa to find a lost race, rumored to have fabulous treasure" --Provided by publisher.

Haggard, H. Rider (Henry Rider), 1856-1925. Queen Sheba's ring. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Queen Sheba's Ring features Middle-Eastern mysticism, a secret society of ancient abyssinians descendants, and a Jewish community struggles to defend itself from barbaric tribes" --Provided by publisher.

Haggard, H. Rider (Henry Rider), 1856-1925. Red Eve. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A romantic adventure novel set during the reign of Edward III of England" --Provided by publisher.

Haggard, H. Rider (Henry Rider), 1856-1925. She. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Haggard's most successful work tells the remarkable story of Horace Holly and his charge Leo Vincey as they go in search of the white queen and the Fire of Life. These things are related to them in some old Greek manuscripts which recount the history of the Vincey family and also contain an appeal to the descendants of Kallikrates to avenge his murder." --Provided by publisher.

Haggard, H. Rider (Henry Rider), 1856-1925. She and Allan. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An adventure novel set in Africa, the first that featured both of Haggard's two most popular characters, Ayesha and Allan Quatermain" --Provided by publisher.

Haggard, H. Rider (Henry Rider), 1856-1925. Stella Fregelius. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A supernatural romance about a love that lasts beyond the grave" --Provided by publisher.

Haggard, H. Rider (Henry Rider), 1856-1925. A tale of three lions. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An adventure tale, in which Allan Quatermain is joined by his son Harry on an African lion hunt" --Provided by publisher.

Haggard, H. Rider (Henry Rider), 1856-1925. The virgin of the sun. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A historical adventure set in South America. After the death of his wife, a fisherman named Hubert leaves England for South America and is declared a White God by the Incans" --Provided by publisher.

Haggard, H. Rider (Henry Rider), 1856-1925. The wanderer's necklace. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A colorful adventure novel, set in Africa" --Provided by publisher.

Haggard, H. Rider (Henry Rider), 1856-1925. When the world shook. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"After witnessing the nations of the earth tearing each other apart during the Great War, Bastin, Bickley, and Arbuthnot set sail and find themselves on the south sea island of Orofenia. There they encouter the remnants of a lost race which has been held in suspended animation for a quarter of a million years, having reached advanced technology only to be brought down by barbarism" --Provided by publisher.

Haggard, H. Rider (Henry Rider), 1856-1925. The wizard. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Thomas Owen, a Christian missionary, travels to south central Africa to preach to the Amasuka people. He is put to the test to prove he can work Christ-like miracles, at the risk of his life" --Provided by publisher.

Haggard, H. Rider (Henry Rider), 1856-1925. The world's desire. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A classic fantasy novel, 'The World's Desire' is the story of the Greek hero Odysseus and the trials he endures. After discovering his family and home destroyed, he sets out on his final journey with the aid of his former lover, Helen of Troy" --Provided by publisher.

Haggard, H. Rider (Henry Rider), 1856-1925. The yellow god : an idol of Africa. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Alan Vernon travels to Africa to find gold and encounters adventures along the way including magic masks, fetish objects, and an immortal woman" --Provided by publisher.

Hakluyt, Richard, 1552?-1616. Voyager's tales. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A travelogue" --Provided by publisher.

Hakluyt, Richard, 1552?-1616. Voyages in search of the North-West Passage. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Hakluyt's accounts of several mariners' voyages to find a North-West Passage, a sea route through the Arctic Ocean" --Provided by publisher.

Hale, Edward Everett, Sr., 1822-1909. The brick moon and other storiesl. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Written as if it were a journal, The Brick Moon is a short story published serially in the Boston magazine,The Atlantic Monthly starting in 1869. A work of speculative fiction, it contains the first known depiction of an artificial satellite" --Provided by publisher.

Hardy, Thomas, 1840-1928. A changed man and other tales. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of short stories, including 'The Grave by the handpost,' 'Enter a Dragoon,' and 'A Tryst at an Ancient Earth Work'"--Provided by publisher.

Hardy, Thomas, 1840-1928. Desperate remedies. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Hardy's first published novel, Desperate Remedies is a mysterious romance about a young woman who marries, only to discover that her husband's previous wife is still alive" --Provided by publisher.

Hardy, Thomas, 1840-1928. Far from the madding crowd. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Gabriel Oak, a young farmer, proposes to Bathsheba Everdene; she refuses him and marries Sergeant Troy, a thoughtless adventurer. When Gabriel loses his farm, he goes to work for Bathsheba" --Provided by publisher.

Hardy, Thomas, 1840-1928. A group of noble dames. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of short stories, in which ten club members each tell about a woman from the 17th or 18th century" --Provided by publisher.

Hardy, Thomas, 1840-1928. The hand of Ethelberta. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Events in the life of famous poetess Ethelberta as she supports her family and tries to hide her family secret" --Provided by publisher.

Hardy, Thomas, 1840-1928. Man he killed. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"This poem was collected in Hardy's Time's Laughingstocks and Other Verses (1909). Opening lines: 'Had he and I but met / By some old ancient inn, .." --Provided by publisher.

Hardy, Thomas, 1840-1928. Jude the obscure. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Thomas Hardy's last and perhaps greatest novel, Jude the Obscure tells the tragic tale of the stonemason Jude Fawley and his unhappy marriage to Arabella Donn and his love for his cousin, Sue Bridehead. It is a pessimistic story of poverty, murder, the battle between the flesh and the spirit, and 'the tragedy of unfulfilled aims'"--Provided by publisher.

Hardy, Thomas, 1840-1928. A Laodicean. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Paula Power inherits a castle, purchased by her father from the DeStancy family. But she becomes torn when she develops an equal romantic interest in Captain DeStancy and in George Somerset, an architect she hires to work on the castle" --Provided by publisher.

Hardy, Thomas, 1840-1928. Life's little ironies. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of short stories, including 'The Fiddler of the Reels,' 'Tradition of Eighteen Hundred and four,' 'The Superstitious Man's Story,' and 'A Few Crusted Characters,' among others" --Provided by publisher.

Hardy, Thomas, 1840-1928. The mayor of Casterbridge. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A drunk, jobless farmhand auctions off his wife and baby at a fair. After a futile search for his family, he goes on to become mayor of Casterbridge where 17 years later his wife finds him" --Provided by publisher.

Hardy, Thomas, 1840-1928. Moments of vision and miscellaneous verses. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of poetry, including such works as 'The Voice of Things,' 'At the Wicket-Gate,' 'Apostrophe to an Old Psalm Tune,' and 'First Sight of Her and After'"--Provided by publisher.

Hardy, Thomas, 1840-1928. A pair of blue eyes. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A sorrowful novel dealing with a young lady named Elfride Swancourt, the daughter of Christopher Swancourt, a clergyman. The work follows her involvements with Steven Smith, an architect, and Henry Knight, a reviewer and essayist" --Provided by publisher.

Hardy, Thomas, 1840-1928. Poems of the past and the present. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of poems, including 'A Christmas Ghost-Story,' 'Shelley's Skylark,' 'Genoa and the Mediterranean,' and 'Song of Hope,' among others" --Provided by publisher.

Hardy, Thomas, 1840-1928. Return of the native. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Egdon Heath native Clym Yeobright, dissatisfied with his shallow life in Paris, returns home and enters into a stormy, ill-suited marriage with the passionate, self-seeking Eustacia Vye" --Provided by publisher.

Hardy, Thomas, 1840-1928. Satires of circumstance. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of poems by Thomas Hardy, including his best work, written on the death of his wife" --Provided by publisher.

Hardy, Thomas, 1840-1928. Tess of the d'Urbervilles. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Tess Durbeyfield goes to work for the wealthy Mrs. D'Urberville and is seduced by Alec, the son of the house. This tragic novel shows how crass circumstances can dictate people's destinies" --Provided by publisher.

Hardy, Thomas, 1840-1928. Time's laughingstocks and other verses. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"This collection of poems includes:, 'The Revisitation', 'Bereft', 'John and Jane', 'The Flirt's Tragedy', 'Shut out that Moon', 'The Dead Man Walking', 'In the Vaulted Way', 'The Sun on the Letter', 'The Night of the Dance', 'To an Actress', 'The Minute before Meeting', 'The Vampirine Fair', 'In Childbed', 'The Dear'" --Provided by publisher.

Hardy, Thomas, 1840-1928. The trumpet-major. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Hardy's only historical novel, The Trumpet Major draws upon the events of the Napoleonic wars, telling the story of Anne Garland and her three suitors" --Provided by publisher.

Hardy, Thomas, 1840-1928. Two on a tower. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A romantic fantasy novel about two star-crossed lovers, Lady Constantine and Swithin St. Cleeve, an astronomer" --Provided by publisher.

Hardy, Thomas, 1840-1928. Under the greenwood tree. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A story of a girl who longs for a young and handsome boy, but often gets lost in her own desires. This historical novel offers a riveting portrait of the various entanglements and romance that arise among a group of church musicians in rural 19th century England" --Provided by publisher.

Hardy, Thomas, 1840-1928. The well-beloved : a sketch of a temperament. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"One of Hardy's last novels, which follows sculptor Jocelyn Pierston in his search for the perfect woman, which leads him to court three generations of the same family" --Provided by publisher.

Hardy, Thomas, 1840-1928. Wessex poems and other verses. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of fifty-one poems, including 'She at His Funeral,' 'Amabel,' 'Neutral Tones,' and 'Her Death and After,' among others" --Provided by publisher.

Hardy, Thomas, 1840-1928. Wessex tales. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of short stories, including 'The Three Strangers,' 'An Imaginative Woman,' and 'A Lorn Milkmaid'" --Provided by publisher.

Hardy, Thomas, 1840-1928. The woodlanders. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A novel telling of a romantic triangle of a woodsman, a well educated woman, and a doctor" --Provided by publisher.

Harris, Frank, 1856-1931. The best man. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A short story, 'The Best Man in Garotte' tells the tale of a beloved man in an old western town coming up against an infamous hothead in a duel" --Provided by publisher.

Harris, Frank, 1856-1931. Oscar Wilde, his life and confessions. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 1 of the biography of Oscar Wilde, written by his personal friend and editor" --Provided by publisher.

Harris, Frank, 1856-1931. Oscar Wilde, his life and confessions. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 2 of the biography of Oscar Wilde, written by his personal friend and editor" --Provided by publisher.

Harris, Joel Chandler, 1848-1908. Uncle Remus, his songs and his sayings. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A collection of African-American folktales, told by a fictional narrator called Uncle Remus" --Provided by publisher.

Harte, Bret, 1836-1902. A protegee of Jack Hamlin's, and other stories. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A ficitonal collection of short stories revolving around the lives of those who were part of the exploration and settling of California" --Provided by publisher.

Harte, Bret, 1836-1902. A ward of the golden gate. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A story that follows the young Yerba Buena as she tries to determine the truth about her family's past" --Provided by publisher.

Harte, Bret, 1836-1902. The Argonauts of North Liberty. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A western novel about pioneers during the California Gold Rush" --Provided by publisher.

Harte, Bret, 1836-1902. The bell-ringer of angel's and other stories. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A western novel set in California" --Provided by publisher.

Harte, Bret, 1836-1902. By shore and sedge. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A western set in California" --Provided by publisher..

Harte, Bret, 1836-1902. Clarence. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Clarence Brant is rich, powerful, and handsome. This is his story" --Provided by publisher.

Harte, Bret, 1836-1902. Colonel Starbottle's client and other stories. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of nine short stories set in wild and untamed area of 19th century California" --Provided by publisher.

Harte, Bret, 1836-1902. Complete poetical works of Bret Harte. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A collection of the poetry of Bret Harte, including such works as 'The Miracle of Padre Junipero,' 'The Latest Chinese Outrage,' and 'The Mission Bells of Monterey'"--Provided by publisher.

Harte, Bret, 1836-1902. Cressy. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A western set in California, Cressy tells about a town that started out as a mining camp" --Provided by publisher.

Harte, Bret, 1836-1902. The crusade of the Excelsior. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An adventure and a social criticism, The Crusade of the Excelsior is one of Bret Harte's great western novels" --Provided by publisher.

Harte, Bret, 1836-1902. Devil's ford. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A western romance about two daughters of an unsuccessful businessman" --Provided by publisher.

Harte, Bret, 1836-1902. Drift from two shores. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of western stories, including 'The Man on the Beach,' 'Who Was My Quiet Friend?' and 'The Hoodlum Band.'--Provided by publisher.

Harte, Bret, 1836-1902. Flip : a California romance. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A short story romance set in California during the late 1800's" --Provided by publisher.

Harte, Bret, 1836-1902. From sand hill to pine. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of western adventure stories, including 'A Belle of Canada City,' 'A Jack and Jill of the Sierras,' 'A Treasure of the Redwoods,' and 'What Happened at the Fonda.'--Provided by publisher.

Harte, Bret, 1836-1902. In a hollow of the hills. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A western novel about three pioneers searching for gold and silver in California" --Provided by publisher.

Harte, Bret, 1836-1902. In the Carquinez woods. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A western adventure story" --Provided by publisher.

Harte, Bret, 1836-1902. Jeff Briggs's love story. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Jeff Briggs saves a woman from a violent storm and falls in love with her, though too proud to admit it" --Provided by publisher.

Harte, Bret, 1836-1902. Legends and tales. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of short stories. This work includes:, 'The Legend of Monte del Diablo', 'The Adventure of Padre Vincentio', 'The Legend of Devil's Point', 'The Devil and the Broker', 'The Ogress of Silver Land', 'The Ruins of San Francisco', 'A Night at Wingdam'" --Provided by publisher.

Harte, Bret, 1836-1902. Maruja. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A western story set in California" --Provided by publisher.

Harte, Bret, 1836-1902. A millionaire of rough-and-ready. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A western set in the California Gold Rush, where a man is paralyzed soon after finding gold, and has no way to tell anyone about his discovery" --Provided by publisher.

Harte, Bret, 1836-1902. Mr. Jack Hamlin's mediation. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of short western stories, including 'Mr. Jack Hamlin's Mediation,' 'The Man at the Semaphore,' and 'An Esmeralda of Rocky Canyon,' among others" --Provided by publisher.

Harte, Bret, 1836-1902. Mrs. Skaggs's husbands and other stories. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of short stories. Contained within are:, 'Mrs. Skagg's Husbands', 'How Santa Claus Came to Simpson's Bar', 'The Princess Bob and Her Friends', 'The Iliad of Sandy Bar', 'Mr. Thompson's Prodigal', 'The Romance of Madrono Hollow', 'The Poet of Sierra Flat', 'The Christmas Gift that Came to Rupert'" --Provided by publisher.

Harte, Bret, 1836-1902. New burlesques. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A collection of mystery stories, including 'Handsome Is as Handome Does,' 'Muck-a-Muck,' 'Selina Sedilia,' and 'Miss Mix.'" --Provided by publisher.

Harte, Bret, 1836-1902. On the frontier. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of novellas about the American frontier. Contained within are:, 'At the Mission of San Carmel', 'A Blue Grass Penelope', 'Left Out on Lone Star Mountain'" --Provided by publisher.

Harte, Bret, 1836-1902. A phyllis of the Sierras. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A western novel set in California" --Provided by publisher.

Harte, Bret, 1836-1902. Sally Dows. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of short stories set in 19th century California" --Provided by publisher.

Harte, Bret, 1836-1902. A sappho of green springs. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A western by Bret Harte" --Provided by publisher.

Harte, Bret, 1836-1902. Selected stories. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A collection of stories, including:, 'The Luck of Roaring Camp', 'The Outcasts of Poker Flat', 'Miggles', 'Tennessee's Partner', 'The Idyl of Red Gulch', 'Brown of Calaveras', 'High-Water Mark', 'A Lonely Ride', 'The Man of No Account', 'Mliss', 'the Right Eye of the Commander', 'Notes by Flood and Field', 'An Episode of Fiddletown', 'Barker's Luck', 'A Yellow Dog', 'A Mother of Five', 'Bulger's Reputation', 'In the Tules', 'A Convert of the Mission', 'The Indiscretion of Elsbeth', 'The Devotion of Enriquez.'" --Provided by publisher.

Harte, Bret, 1836-1902. Snow-bound at Eagle's. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"John Hale is robbed, and gathers a group of men to pursue the thieves" --Provided by publisher.

Harte, Bret, 1836-1902. Stories in light and shadow. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of short western adventure stories, including 'Unser Karl,' 'Uncle Jim and Uncle Billy,' 'See Yup,' and 'The Man and the Mountain'" --Provided by publisher.

Harte, Bret, 1836-1902. The story of a mine. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"This western novel revolves around the tale of a mine gone wrong. Two sets of men make conflicting claims to a single bit of mountain, and alternately one claim and then another prevails -- until news travels to Washington, DC and drama ensues" --Provided by publisher.

Harte, Bret, 1836-1902. Susy, a story of the plains. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A western adventure novel" --Provided by publisher.

Harte, Bret, 1836-1902. Tales of the Argonauts. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of short stories of early California, including 'The Fool of Five Forks,' 'Baby Sylvester,' and 'A Passage in the Life of Mr. John Oakhurst.'--Provided by publisher.

Harte, Bret, 1836-1902. Tales of trail and town. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of western adventure stories, including 'Two Americans,' 'The Judgment of Bolinas Plain,' and 'A Night on the Divide'" --Provided by publisher.

Harte, Bret, 1836-1902. Thankful blossom. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A romance about Thankful Blossom, a young woman living in New Jersey during the American Revolution" --Provided by publisher.

Harte, Bret, 1836-1902. The three partners. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Three prospectors find a lode worth millions. Then they must defend it from rivals and jealous partners" --Provided by publisher.

Harte, Bret, 1836-1902. The twins of Table Mountain and other stories. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of western stories, including 'An Heiress of Red Dog,' 'A Legend of Sammtstadt,' 'Views from a German Spion,' and the title piece, 'The Twins of Table Mountain.'--Provided by publisher.

Harte, Bret, 1836-1902. Two men of sandy bar : a drama. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A play set on the American frontier" --Provided by publisher.

Harte, Bret, 1836-1902. Under the Redwoods. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of western short stories, including 'Jimmy's Big Brother from California,' 'The Youngest Miss Piper,' 'A Widow of the Santa Ana Valley,' and 'The Mermaid of Lighthouse Point,' among others" --Provided by publisher.

Harte, Bret, 1836-1902. Urban sketches. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of short stories. Contained within are:, 'A Venerable Impostor', 'From a Balcony', 'Melons', 'Surprising adventures of Master Charles', 'Sidewalkings', 'A Boys' Dog', 'Charitable Reminiscences', ''Seeing the Steamer Off'', 'Neighborhoods I Have Moved From', 'My Suburban Residence', 'On a Vulgar Little Boy', 'Waiting for the Ship'"--Provided by publisher.

Harte, Bret, 1836-1902. A waif of the plains. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An adventure story about an orphan traveling the Oregon Trail in the 1850s" --Provided by publisher.

Hawthorne, Nathaniel, 1804-1864. The Blithedale romance. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Nathaniel Hawthorne's third major romance, an anti-capitalist novel written about a utopian society" --Provided by publisher.

Hawthorne, Nathaniel, 1804-1864. The great stone face. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"One of Hawthorne's best known tales - the story of a man who dedicates his life to resembling the 'Great Stone Face,' a natural sculpture on a mountain" --Provided by publisher.

Hawthorne, Nathaniel, 1804-1864. The house of the seven gables. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The Pyncheon House had a curse placed on it when Colonel Pyncheon obtained it by accusing its rightful owner of Withcraft. Years later, the house's inhabitants still live with the curse" --Provided by publisher.

Hawthorne, Nathaniel, 1804-1864. The marble faun. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The last of Hawthorne's great romances, set in Italy and telling the intertwining stories of four main characters. The book was well received, but criticized for its indefinite ending" --Provided by publisher.

Hawthorne, Nathaniel, 1804-1864. The marble faun. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The continuation of Hawthorne's novel on art and romance" --Provided by publisher.

Hawthorne, Nathaniel, 1804-1864. Mosses from an Old Manse and other stories. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of short stories by Nathaniel Hawthorne" --Provided by publisher.

Hawthorne, Nathaniel, 1804-1864. The scarlet letter. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Hawthorne's best-known work, which established his rank in the literary world. This novel tells the story of Hester Prynne, who is forced to wear the scarlet letter 'A' as punishment for her adultery" --Provided by publisher.

Hawthorne, Nathaniel, 1804-1864. Sketches and studies. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of works by Hawthorne. Included within are:, 'Life of Franklin Pierce', 'Chiefly About War Matters', 'Alice Doane's Appeal', 'The Ancestral Footstep'" --Provided by publisher.

Hawthorne, Nathaniel, 1804-1864. The snow image and other stories. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The title story in Hawthorne's 1852 collection The Snow-Image, and Other Twice-Told Tales tells the story of a snow-sculpture of a little girl that comes to life" --Provided by publisher.

Hawthorne, Nathaniel, 1804-1864. Tanglewood tales. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A sequel to A Wonder-Book for Girls and Boys, Tanglewood Tales re-tells several Greek myths specifically for children, including the myths of Theseus and the Minotaur, Dragon's Teeth, Circe's Palace, and Jason and the Golden Fleece" --Provided by publisher.

Hawthorne, Nathaniel, 1804-1864. Twice-told tales. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Hawthorne's collection of short stories. It includes:, 'The Gray Champion', 'Sunday at Hoime', 'The Wedding-Knell', 'The Minister's Black Veil', 'The May-Pole of Merry Mount', 'The Gentle Boy', 'Mr. Higginbotham's Catastrophe', 'Little Annie's Ramble', 'Wakefield', 'A Rill from the Town-Pump', 'The Great Carbuncle', 'The Prophetic Pictures', 'David Swan', 'Sights from a Steeple', 'The Hollow of Three Hills', 'The Toll-Gatherer's Day', 'The Vision of the Fountain', 'Fancy's Show Box', 'Dr. Heidegger's Experiment', 'Legends of the Province-House', 'The Haunted Mind', 'The Village Uncle', 'The Ambitious Guest', 'The Sister Years', 'Snow-Flakes', 'The Seven Vagabonds', 'The White Old Maid', 'Peter Goldwaite's Treasure', 'Chippings with a Chisel', 'The Shaker Bridal', 'Night Sketches', 'Endicott and the Red Cross', 'The Lily's Quest', 'Foot-prints on the Sea-shore', 'Edward Fane's Rosebud', 'The Threefold Destiny'" --Provided by publisher.

Hawthorne, Nathaniel, 1804-1864. A wonder book for girls and boys. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of framed stories directed towards children. The stories included are:, 'The Gorgon's Head', 'The Golden Touch', 'The Paradise of Children', 'The Three Golden Apples', 'The Miraculous Pitcher', 'The Chimera'" --Provided by publisher.

Hazlitt, William, 1778-1830. Characters of Shakespeare's plays. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A book of criticism of Shakespeare's plays, the first to include all of Shakespeare's plays, as a reader's guide" --Provided by publisher.

Hazlitt, William, 1778-1830. Liber amoris. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"In this semi-autobiographical love story deeply analyzes human feelings" --Provided by publisher.

Hazlitt, William, 1778-1830. Shakespeare's contemporaries. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Taken from Lectures on the Dramatic Literature of the Age of Elizabeth, Hazlitt briefly compares Shakespeare to John Marston (15751634), George Chapman (1559?-1634), John Fletcher (1579-1625), Ben Jonson (1573-1637), John Middleton (1580-1627), John Heywood (1497?-1580), John Webster (1580?-1625), and Christopher Marlowe (1564-1593)" --Provided by publisher.

Hazlitt, William, 1778-1830. Shakespeare's genius. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Taken from Lectures on English Poets (1818), Hazlitt's essay on Shakespeare's Genius compares Shakespeare to Chaucer, Spencer, Milton, and others. In the section entitled On Dryden and Pope, Hazlitt writes of Shakespeare and Homer as follows: 'The power of the imagination in them is the representative power of all nature. It has as its centre in the human soul, and makes the circuit of the universe" --Provided by publisher.

Hearn, Lafcadio, 1850-1904. Chita : : a memory of Last Island. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The story of a young orphan girl who is adopted by a family living on the Gulf Coast of New Orleans" --Provided by publisher.

Hearn, Lafcadio, 1850-1904. Kwaidan. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Hearn's studies of Japan produced these haunting tales" --Provided by publisher.

Henley, William Ernest, 1849-1903. Poems. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Henley once said, 'after spending the better part of my life in the pursuit of poetry, I found myself (about 1877) so utterly unmarketable that I had to own myself beaten in art, and to addict myself to journalism for the next ten years.' All editors 'of standing in London . . . had . . . rejected' his poetry. But one came to his rescue. He burned a lot of his earlier work, yet in the effort he 'found that, after all, the lyrical instinct had [only] slept-not died.' The resulting work features poetry of his lengthy Hospital seclusion, Arabian Nights' Entertainments, the Bric-e-Brac poems, Echoes, and London Voluntaries" --Provided by publisher.

Henry, O., 1862-1910. Cabbages and kings. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"This collection of short stories includes:, 'Fox-in-the-Morning', 'The Lotus and the Bottle', 'Smith', 'Caught', 'Cupid's Exile Number Two', 'The Phonograph and the Graft', 'Money Maze', 'The Admiral', 'The Flag Paramount', 'The Shamrock and the Palm', 'The Remnants of the Code', 'Shoes', 'Ships', 'Masters of Arts', 'Dicky', 'Rouge Et Noir', 'Two Recalls', 'The Vitagraphoscope'"--Provided by publisher.

Henry, O., 1862-1910. The four million. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of short stories, which includes:, 'Tobin's Palm', 'The Gift of the Magi', 'A Cosmopolite in a Cafe', 'Between Rounds', 'The Skylight Room', 'A Service of Love', 'The Coming-Out of Maggie', 'Man About Town', 'The Cop and the Anthem', 'An Adjustment of Nature', 'Memoirs of a Yellow Dog', 'The Love-Philtre of Ikey Schoenstein', 'Mammon and the Archer', 'Springtime A La Carte', 'The Green Door', 'From the Cabby's Seat', 'An Unfinished Story', 'The Caliph, Cupid and the Clock', 'Sisters of the Golden Circle', 'The Romance of a Busy Broker', 'After Twenty Years', 'Lost on Dress Parade', 'By Courier', 'The Furnished Room', 'The Brief Debut of Tildy'" --Provided by publisher.

Henry, O., 1862-1910. The gentle grafter. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A collection of short stories about peddlars and swindlers in the American South" --Provided by publisher.

Henry, O., 1862-1910. The gift of the magi. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A tender Christmas story of unselfish love, 'The Gift of the Magi' relates the tale of an impoverished young married woman, Della Young, who sells her beautiful, knee-length hair to a woman named Madame Sofronie in exchange for twenty dollars which she uses to buy her husband, Jim, a holiday gift of a platinum watch fob. The story's unexpected and charming ending have made it a perennial Christmas favorite" --Provided by publisher.

Henry, O., 1862-1910. Heart of the west. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of 19 short Western stories, published in the Readers Digest World's Best Reading series. These stories include 'Hearts and Crosses,' 'The Ransom of Mack,' and 'The Sphinx Apple.'--Provided by publisher.

Henry, O., 1862-1910. Options. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A collection of short stories, which includes:, ''The Rose of Dixie'', 'The Third Ingredient', 'The Hiding of Black Bill', 'Schools and Schools', 'Thimble, Thimble', 'Supply and Demand', 'Buried Treasure', 'To Him Who Waits', 'He Also Serves', 'The Moment of Victory', 'The Head-Hunter', 'No Story', 'The Higher Pragmatism', 'Best-Seller', 'Rus in Urbe', 'A Poor Rule.'" --Provided by publisher.

Henry, O., 1862-1910. Roads of destiny. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"This story-turned-silent film revovles around an individual's decision which leadsto three roads that he must choose from, producing three possible outcomes" --Provided by publisher.

Henry, O., 1862-1910. Sixes and sevens. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"This collection of O. Henry's short stories include: 'The Last of the Troubadours', 'The Sleuths', 'Witches' Loaves', 'The Pride of the Cities', 'Holding Up a Train', 'Ulysses and Dogman', 'The Champion of the Weather', 'Makes the Whole World Kin', 'At Arms with Morpheus', 'A Ghost of a Chance', 'Jimmy Hayes and Muriel', 'The Door of Unrest', 'The Duplicity of Hargraves', 'Let Me Feel Your Pulse', 'October and June', 'The Church with and Overshot-Wheel', 'New york by Camp Fire Light', 'The Adventures of Shamrock Jolnes', 'The Lady Higher Up', 'The Greater Coney', 'Law and Order', 'Transformation of Martin Burney', 'The Caliph and the Cad', 'The Diamond of Kali', 'The Day We Celebrate'" --Provided by publisher.

Henry, O., 1862-1910. The trimmed lamp. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"This collection of O. Henry's short stories includes:, 'The Trimmed Lamp', 'A Madison Square Arabian Night', 'The Rubaiyat of a Scotch Highball', 'The Pendulum', 'Two Thanksgiving Day Gentlemen', 'The Assessor of Success', 'The Buyer from Cactus City', 'The Badge of Policeman O'Roon', 'Brickdust Row', 'The Making of a New Yorker', 'Vanity and Some Sables', 'The Socail Triangle', 'The Purple Dress', 'The Froeign Policy of Company 99', 'The Lost Blend', 'A harlem Tragedy', ''The Guilty Party'?An East Side Tragedy', 'According to Their Lights', 'A Midsummer Knight's Dream', 'The Last Leaf', 'The Count and the Wedding Guest', 'The Country of Elusion', 'The Ferry of Unfulfilment', 'The Tale of a Tainted Tenner', 'Elsie in New York'" --Provided by publisher.

Henry, O., 1862-1910. The voice of the city. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"This is a collection of city stories, fiction and non-fiction, that offer historic pop culture views of New York Ctiy at the turn of the 19th to 20th century" --Provided by publisher.

Henry, O., 1862-1910. Waifs and stray. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A collection of 12 short stories, including 'The Red Roses of Tonia,' 'Round The Circle,' 'The Rubber Plant's Story,' and 'Out of Nazareth'" --Provided by publisher.

Henry, O., 1862-1910. Whirligigs. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Another collection of short stories by O. Henry. This work includes:, 'The World and the Door', 'The Theory and the Hound', 'The Hypotheses of Failure', 'Calloway's Code', 'A Matter of mean Elevation', ''Girl'', 'Sociology in Serge and Straw', The Ransom of Red Chief', 'The Marry Month of May', 'A Technical Error', 'Suite Homes and Their Romance', 'The Whirligig of Life', 'A Sacrifice Hit', 'The Roads We Take', 'A Blackjack Bargainer', 'The Song and the Sargeant', 'One Dollar's Worth', 'A Newspaper Story', 'Tommy's Burglar', 'A Chaparral Christmas Gift', 'A Little Local Colour', 'Georgia's Ruling', 'Blind Man's Holiday', 'Madame Bo-Peep, of the Ranches.'" --Provided by publisher.

Henty, G. A. (George Alfred), 1832-1902. The dragon and the raven. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The Saxon and Dane battle for supremacy in England" --Provided by publisher.

Henty, G. A. (George Alfred), 1832-1902. In the reign of terror. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A novel set during - and condemning - the French Revolution" --Provided by publisher.

Henty, G. A. (George Alfred), 1832-1902. Saint George for England. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A historical novel, set in the time of the Hundred Years War between England and France" --Provided by publisher.

Herodotus. An account of Egypt. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A firsthand account of Egypt written by Greek historian Herodotus" --Provided by publisher.

Herodotus. The history of Herodotus. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Herodotus' great work is a history of the Persian invasion of Greece. It is divided into nine books, each of which is named after one of the nine Muses" --Provided by publisher.

Herodotus. The history of Herodotus. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Herodotus' great work is a history of the Persian invasion of Greece. It is divided into nine books, each of which is named after one of the nine Muses" --Provided by publisher.

Herrick, Robert, 1591-1674. From the lyrical poems of Robert Herrick. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"This collection contains the following:, 'To his Muse', 'When He Would Have His Verses Read', 'The Wassail', 'The Maypole', 'The Wake', 'To Sir Clipsby Crew', 'Her Bed', 'Cherry Pie', 'Upon Roses'" --Provided by publisher.

Hesiod. Hesiod, the homeric hymns, and homerica. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"This anthology contains translations of Hesiod's Works and Days and The Theogony. Fragments of The Catalogue of Women and The Shield of Heracles as well as other fragments attributed to Hesiod are also included. The other works included here commonly attributed in the past to Homer (eg., The 33 Homeric Hymns and The Epigrams of Homer, or Homerica) are now deemed by scholars to be the work of later poets" --Provided by publisher.

Hesse, Hermann, 1877-1962. Siddhartha ; an indian tale. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The story of the spiritual self-discovery of a man named Siddhartha, living during the time of the Gautama Buddha . The name 'Siddhartha' is Sanskrit for 'he who has found meaning,' and although the original name of the Buddha was Siddhartha, the name is only used to refer to the main character in the book" --Provided by publisher.

Hippocrates. Aphorisms. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of medical maxims. One of the writings which comprise what is now referred to as the Hippocratic Collection" --Provided by publisher.

Hippocrates. The book of prognostics. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A treatise dealing with the cultivation of prognosis, the advanced judgment of the probable course of a disease. One of the writings now referred to as the Hippocratic Collection" --Provided by publisher.

Hippocrates. Instruments of reduction. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A treatise on the treatment and reduction of dislocations. One of the writings which comprise what is now referred to as the Hippocratic Collection" --Provided by publisher.

Hippocrates. The law. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A short treatise on the necessary training and understanding of those who wish to practice medicine. One of the writings which comprise what is now referred to as the Hippocratic Collection" --Provided by publisher.

Hippocrates. Of the epidemics. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A treatise on the cause, nature, and treatment of epidemic diseases. One of the writings which comprise what is now referred to as the Hippocratic Collection" --Provided by publisher.

Hippocrates. On Airs Waters and Places. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A treatise which contains the first known enunciation of the principles of public health. One of the writings which comprise what is now referred to as the Hippocratic Collection" --Provided by publisher.

Hippocrates. On ancient medicine. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A treatise on the nature of medicinal antiquity. One of the writings which comprise what is now referred to as the Hippocratic Collection" --Provided by publisher.

Hippocrates. On fistulae. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A treatise on the causes and cures of fistulae, an abnormal hollow passage from an abscess to the skin. One of the writings which comprise what is now referred to as the Hippocratic Collection" --Provided by publisher.

Hippocrates. On fractures. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A treatise on the nature and treatment of bone fractures and dislocations. One of the writings which comprise what is now referred to as the Hippocratic Collection" --Provided by publisher.

Hippocrates. On hemorrhoids. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A treatise on the nature and treatment of hemorrhoids, a pain in the rectum. One of the writings which comprise what is now referred to as the Hippocratic Collection" --Provided by publisher.

Hippocrates. On injuries of the head. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A treatise on the treatment of head injuries. One of the writings which comprise what is now referred to as the Hippocratic Collection" --Provided by publisher.

Hippocrates. On regimen in acute diseases. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A treatise on the systematic control of acute diseases. One of the writings which comprise what is now referred to as the Hippocratic Collection" --Provided by publisher.

Hippocrates. On the articulations. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A treatise on problems of the articulations, the juncture of bones, and their treatments. One of the writings which comprise what is now referred to as the Hippocratic Collection" --Provided by publisher.

Hippocrates. On the sacred disease. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A treatise on the 'Sacred Disease,' a disease men thought to be divine because of its unknown origins. One of the writings which comprise the Hippocratic Collection" --Provided by publisher.

Hippocrates. On the surgery. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A treatise on the early techniques in the practice of surgery. One of the writings which comprise what is now referred to as the Hippocratic Collection" --Provided by publisher.

Hippocrates. On ulcers. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A treatise on the treatment of ulcers. This work is one of the writings which comprise what is now referred to as the Hippocratic Collection" --Provided by publisher.

Hobbes, Thomas, 1588-1679. Leviathan. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A treatise on the origin and ends of government that contains Hobbes' famous theory of the sovereign state. Leviathan has been referred to as the greatest masterpiece of English political philosophy" --Provided by publisher.

Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 1809-1894. The autocrat of the breakfast-table. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A series of essays set to resemble a rousing discussion around a breakfast table in a boarding house" --Provided by publisher.

Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 1809-1894. The contagiousness of puerperal fever. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.'s work that suggests doctors can carry Puerperal Fever without sanitation" --Provided by publisher.

Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 1809-1894. Medical essays, 1842-1882. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of medical essays, including 'Currents and Counter-currents in Medical Science,' 'The Medical Profession in Massachusetts,' 'The Young Practitioner,' and 'Medical Libraries,' among others" --Provided by publisher.

Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 1809-1894. Over the teacups. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Poetry and discussion, presented as a discussion among friends over tea" --Provided by publisher.

Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 1809-1894. Pages from an old volume of life ; a collection of essays. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of essays originally published in The Atlantic Monthly" --Provided by publisher.

Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 1809-1894. The poet at the breakfast-table. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The Poet at the Breakfast Table is the second sequel to The Autocrat of the Breakfast-Table, a series of essays that offer the reader a one-sided dialogue between residents of a New England boarding house. The topics discussed range from the unexpected benefits of old age to the finest place to site a dwelling, offering commentary on the nature of conversation itself" --Provided by publisher.

Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 1809-1894. The professor at the breakfast table. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The Professor at the Breakfast Table is the first sequel to The Autocrat of the Breakfast-Table, a series of essays that offer the reader a one-sided dialogue between residents of a New England boarding house. The topics discussed range from the unexpected benefits of old age to the finest place to site a dwelling, offering commentary on the nature of conversation itself" --Provided by publisher.

Homer. The Iliad. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An epic poem consisting of twenty-four books that deal with the last few days of the Trojan War. Here translated into prose by Samuel Butler." --Provided by publisher.

Homer. The odyssey. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"An epic poem that centers on Odysseus' adventures on the way home from the Trojan War. It is often called the first novel because of its narrative style. Here translated into prose by Samuel Butler" --Provided by publisher.

Hope, Anthony, 1863-1933. Dolly dialogues. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A social comedy portrayed as a high-society conversation" --Provided by publisher.

Hope, Anthony, 1863-1933. Frivolous cupid. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A collection of short stories about unwavering love" --Provided by publisher.

Hope, Anthony, 1863-1933. The prisoner of Zenda. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Follows the exploits of an English gentleman in the fictional country of Ruritania. This book jumpstarted the genre of Ruritanian romance" --Provided by publisher.

Hope, Anthony, 1863-1933. Rupert of Hentzau : from the memoirs of Fritz von Tarlenheim. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A sequel to The Prisoner of Zenda, concludes the long feud betweent Rupert of Hentzau and Rudolph Rassendyll" --Provided by publisher.

Hopkins, Gerard Manley, 1844-1889. Poems of Gerard Manley Hopkins ; now first published. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of poems, including:, 'The Wreck of the Deutschland', 'God's Grandeur', 'The Starlight Night', 'The Lantern out of Doors', 'The Sea and the Skylark'--Provided by publisher.

Hornung, E. W. (Ernest William), 1866-1921. A thief in the night. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The last of a series of three collections of short stories featuring Hornung's popular character A. J. Raffles, a charismatic thief" --Provided by publisher.

Hornung, E. W. (Ernest William), 1866-1921. Dead men tell no tales. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An adventure novel about an Englishman who, upon returning from a failed search for gold in Australia, finds himself caught in the middle of a conspiracy" --Provided by publisher.

Hornung, E. W. (Ernest William), 1866-1921. Mr. Justice Raffles. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"This novel follows the gentleman thief Raffles as he tries to teach a moneylender a lesson" --Provided by publisher.

Hornung, E. W. (Ernest William), 1866-1921. Raffles : further adventures of the amateur cracksman. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The second collection of short stories about the gentleman thief, A. J. Raffles, in Victorian London" --Provided by publisher.

Houdini, Harry, 1874-1926. The miracle mongers, an expose. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Houdini exposes fire eaters, sword swallowers, and the like in this book" --Provided by publisher.

Housman, A. E. (Alfred Edward), 1859-1936. A Shropshire lad. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of sixty-three poems, including 'To an Athlete Dying Young,' 'Loveliest of Trees, the Cherry Now,' and 'When I Was One-and-Twenty'" --Provided by publisher.

Howells, William Dean, 1837-1920. Criticism and fiction. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An analysis of literary fiction during the American Realist period, between the Civil War and World War I. Howells explores European as well as American literature" --Provided by publisher.

Howells, William Dean, 1837-1920. The elevator. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A dramatic farce, in which several people are trapped between floors in an elevator" --Provided by publisher.

Howells, William Dean, 1837-1920. Emile Zola. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"An essay on the French writer Emile Zola" --Provided by publisher.

Howells, William Dean, 1837-1920. My Mark Twain. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A description of Mark Twain by long-time friend William Howell, as well as literary criticism of Twain's works Innocents Abroad, Roughing It, Tom Sawyer, and others" --Provided by publisher.

Howells, William Dean, 1837-1920. Oliver Wendell Holmes. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A description of Oliver Wendell Holmes's personal life, told by friend William Dean Howells" --Provided by publisher.

Howells, William Dean, 1837-1920. The rise of Silas Lapham. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A realist novel that recounts the rags-to-riches story of Silas Lapham in the paint business" --Provided by publisher.

Howells, William Dean, 1837-1920. The sleeping car : a farce. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A dramatic farce, taking place on a railway sleeping car over the course of 24 hours" --Provided by publisher.

Howells, William Dean, 1837-1920. Studies of Lowell. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A description of James Russell Lowell's personal life, told by friend William Dean Howells" --Provided by publisher.

Hubbard, Elbert, 1856-1915. A message to Garcia. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"This short inspirational essay was originally published in the Philistine Magazine for March, 1899; was then done into a booklet by the Roycrofters; and in the same year was published as part of New York Central's 'Four-Track Series' of books of travel. Before the close of 1899 it was printed more than six million times" --Provided by publisher.

Hubbard, Elbert, 1856-1915. John Jacob Astor. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A short biographical sketch of John Jacob Astor, Sr" --Provided by publisher.

Hughes, Thomas, 1822-1896. Tom Brown's schooldays. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A story about Tom Brown's school life in Victorian England--Provided by publisher.

Hugo, Victor, 1802-1885. The hunchback of Notre Dame. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Set in Paris, France, the story revolves around a deformed, orphaned hunchbackman who is the bell-ringer of Notre Dame Cathedral. The novel adresseses multiple themes, including love, friendship, cruelty, devotion, and social stigmas" --Provided by publisher.

Hugo, Victor, 1802-1885. Les miserables. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An epic novel of nineteenth century France. Jean Valjean, one of society's victims, steals a loaf of bread and is imprisoned for five years; a failed escape attempt increases his sentence to nineteen years. After his release, he is relentlessly pursued by Inspector Javert" --Provided by publisher.

Hugo, Victor, 1802-1885. The memoirs of Victor Hugo. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A historical and personal collection of writings by Victor Hugo, describing his positions and reactions at interesting moments in his life. While not a systematic, chronological account, it shows the character of the author" --Provided by publisher.

Hume, David, 1711-1776. Dialogues concerning natural religion. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A philosophical work in which three philosophers - Demea, Philo, and Cleanthes - debate the nature of God" --Provided by publisher.

Hume, David, 1711-1776. An enquiry concerning human understanding. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"One of Hume's best-known works, it explains his belief that there is no knowledge other than what is directly observable" --Provided by publisher.

Hume, David, 1711-1776. A treatise of human nature. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A philosophical work that explores human nature, the passions, virtues, vices, and morals common to mankind. Although the book was not well received at the time of its publication, it is now known as one of Hume's greatest works" --Provided by publisher.

Humphreys, David, 1752-1818. His battles o'er again. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An excerpt from Humphreys' 'On the Happiness of America,' among the best-known of his six, long patriotic poems. 'On the Happiness of America' celebrates liberty and democracy and illustrates Humphreys' boundless belief in the possibilities of America and her divine mission. Opening lines: There some old warrior, grown a village sage, Whose locks are whitened with the frosts of age" --Provided by publisher.

Humphreys, David, 1752-1818. On life. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A short poem on immortality from an 1804 collection of Humphreys' works. The title here is a literal misnomer as the last line offers Humphreys' belief that 'true life begins at death.' Opening lines: Ere we can think of time, the moment's past, And straight another since that thought began" --Provided by publisher.

Humphreys, David, 1752-1818. Putnam and the wolf. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An excerpt from Humphreys' 'Essay on the Life of General Putnam.' This prose work tells the story of General (Israel) Putnam's encounter with a she-wolf that had been killing sheep at his farm in Pomfret, Connecticut. Humphreys relates this exciting tale to correct what he called it's erroneous relation in several European publications and in the history of Connecticut" --Provided by publisher.

Hunt, Leigh, 1784-1859. Jenny kiss'd me. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"One of Hunt's best-known short, sentimental poems. Opening lines: Jenny kiss'd me when we met, / Jumping from the chair she sat it; .." --Provided by publisher.

Hunt, Leigh, 1784-1859. Abou Ben Adhem. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"One of Hunt's memorable short poems. Opening lines: Abou Ben Adhem (may his tribe increase) / Awoke one night from a deep dream of peace" --Provided by publisher.

Huntington, Ellsworth, 1876-1947. The red man's continent : A chronicle of aboriginal America. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A geographical description of the American continent, along with historical theory about Native American civilizations" --Provided by publisher.

Huxley, Aldous, 1894-1963. Crome yellow. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A novel satiring fashions of the time" --Provided by publisher.

Huxley, Thomas Henry, 1825-1895. Autobiography and selected essays. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Huxley's own words on his life and other ideas" --Provided by publisher.

Huxley, Thomas Henry, 1825-1895. Criticisms on The Origin of Species. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An essay on Charles Darwin's Origin of Species" --Provided by publisher.

Huxley, Thomas Henry, 1825-1895. The Darwinian hypothesis. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A defense of Charles Darwin's theory of natural selection" --Provided by publisher.

Huxley, Thomas Henry, 1825-1895. Evidence as to man's place in nature. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The first book devoted to human evolution, discussing evidence for a common ancestor for humans and apes" --Provided by publisher.

Huxley, Thomas Henry, 1825-1895. Evolution and ethics and other essays. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An essay that debates whether the moral philosophies of human beings come from our biological background or other sources, and whether we should always obey moral instincts" --Provided by publisher.

Huxley, Thomas Henry, 1825-1895. Lectures on evolution. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Lectures supporting the theory of evolution" --Provided by publisher.

Huxley, Thomas Henry, 1825-1895. On some fossil remains of man. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A comparison between discovered remains of early Homo sapiens and living humans" --Provided by publisher.

Huxley, Thomas Henry, 1825-1895. On the Origin of Species : The cause of the phenomena of organic nature. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An essay in defense of Charles Darwin's work in natural selection and evolutionary biology" --Provided by publisher.

Huxley, Thomas Henry, 1825-1895. On the relations of man to the lower animals. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A scientific essay discussing the origins and nature of human beings in the animal kingdom" --Provided by publisher.

Huxley, Thomas Henry, 1825-1895. On the study of zoology. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An essay defining and categorizing the study of zoology" --Provided by publisher.

Huxley, Thomas Henry, 1825-1895. Time and life : Mr. Darwin's 'origin of species'. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An essay on Charles Darwin's Origin of Species" --Provided by publisher.

Hyne, C. J. Cutcliffe, 1866-1944. The lost continent. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"An early fantasy novel retelling the story of Atlantis" --Provided by publisher.

Inchbald, Mrs., 1753-1821. Nature and art. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A satirical novel and social protest, in which a girl who is seduced is condemned by the judge who seduced her" --Provided by publisher.

Inchfawn, Fay, 1880-. The verse-book of a homely woman. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of poetry by Fay Inchfawn, including 'The Long View,' 'Within My House,' 'The Housewife,' and others" --Provided by publisher.

Ingebretsen, Karen. German shepherds and other herding dogs. Chicago, IL : World Book, c2014.
Glossary -- Index and resource list -- Dog classification. What are some other herding dog breeds? -- What is a collie? -- What is an Old English sheepdog? -- What is a Cardigan Welsh corgi? -- What is a Puli? -- What is dog show like? -- Are there dangers to dogs around the home? -- What are some common signs of illness? -- What routine veterinary care is needed? -- What are your responsibilities as an owner -- Herding dog fun facts. What is a herding dog? -- How did breeds of herding dogs develop? -- When and where did the German shepherd breed first appear? -- What does a German shepherd look like? -- What kind of personality might a German Shepherd have? -- Is a German shepherd the dog for you? -- What should you look for when choosing a German shepherd puppy? -- Should you get an older German shepherd instead of a puppy? -- Should you consider a rescue German shepherd? -- What does a German shepherd eat? -- Where should a German shepherd sleep? -- How do you groom a German shepherd? -- What about training a German shepherd? -- What kinds of exercise or play are needed? -- Do German shepherds like water? -- Should you breed your German shepherd? -- Are there special organizations for German shepherd owners? -- How do German shepherds help people?. "When and where did the German shepherd breed first appear? What kind of personality might a German shepherd have? What are some other herding dog breeds? Read this book to find out!" --Provided by publisher.

Ingebretsen, Karen. Persians and other long-haired cats. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
What is a long-haired cat? -- What does a Persian cat look like? -- How did the Persian breed develop? -- What colors do Persian cats come in? -- What kind of personality might a Persian cat have? -- What should you look for when choosing a Persian kitten? -- Should you get an older Persian instead of a kitten? -- What does a Persian cat eat? -- Where should a Persian cat sleep? -- How do you groom a Persian cat? -- Should you give your Persian cat a bath? -- What kinds of training are needed? -- What kinds of exercise or play are needed? -- Should you breed your Persian cat? What are other kinds of long-haired cats? -- What is a Somali cat? -- What is a Himalayan cat? -- What is a Maine coon cat? -- What is a Siberian cat? -- What is s Norwegian Forest cat? -- How do cats communicate? -- Why do cats always land on their feet? -- How can you make your home safe for a cat? -- What basic equipment is needed for a cat? -- What is a cat show like? -- What are come common signs of illness in cats? -- What routine veterinary care is needed? -- What are your responsibilities as an owner? -- Long-haired cats fun facts -- Glossary -- Index and resource list -- Cat classification. "What does a Persian cat look like? How did the Persian breed develop? What kind of personalities do Persian cats have? Read this book to find out!" --Provided by publisher.

Ingersoll, Robert Green, 1833-1899. Mistakes of Moses. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Ingersoll's collection of essays challenging the idea of biblical inerrancy by focusing on the first five books of the Bible" --Provided by publisher.

Ingersoll, Robert Green, 1833-1899. The works of Robert G. Ingersoll. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The contents of the 12 volume collection of the works of Robert G. Ingersoll" --Provided by publisher.

Irving, Washington, 1783-1859. The Alhambra. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The Alhambra is a castle in Grenada Spain where Irving spent much time while an attache at the American legation in Madrid. This work tells of the legendary history of the Alhambra" --Provided by publisher.

Irving, Washington, 1783-1859. The legend of Sleepy Hollow. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Ichabod Crane, a school teacher in Sleepy Hollow, falls in love with Katrina Van Tassel, and his rivalry with Brom Bones results in Ichabod's encounter with the 'Headless Horseman.' This is one of the most famous parts of The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent" --Provided by publisher.

Irving, Washington, 1783-1859. The sketch-book of Geoffrey Crayon. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Essays and stories by Washington Irving. The following are some of the pieces included in the work:, 'Rip Van Winkle', 'The Author's Account of Himself', 'The Voyage', 'The Country Church', 'Rural Runerals', 'The Inn Kitchen', 'Little Britian', 'John Bul候́€� ́€”Provided by publisher.

Irwin, Will, 1873-1948. The city that was : ; a requiem of old San Francisco. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The series of articles that made Irwin a professional writer, The City That Was was a news story on the San Francisco earthquake and subsequent fires of 1906, published in the Sun" --Provided by publisher.

Jackman, William J. (William James), 1850-. Flying machines. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A practical book which shows, in illustrations, working plans and text, how to build and navigate the modern airship" --Provided by publisher.

Jackman, William J. (William James), 1850-. History of the American nation. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 3 of Jackman's History of America continues up through the Taylor and Fillmore Administration" --Provided by publisher.

Jackman, William J. (William James), 1850-. History of the American nation. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 4 of Jackman's History of America continues up through Cleveland's administration" --Provided by publisher.

Jackman, William J. (William James), 1850-. History of the American nation. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 6 of Jackman's History of America continues up through the introduction of Industrial Age" --Provided by publisher.

Jackman, William J. (William James), 1850-. History of the American nation. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 7 of Jackman's History of America continues up through America in the early 1990's" --Provided by publisher.

Jackman, William J. (William James), 1850-. History of the American nation. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 8 of Jackman's History of America which is more of an index and glossary" --Provided by publisher.

Jackman, William J. (William James), 1850-. History of the American nation. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 9 of Jackman's History of America which is more of an index and glossary" --Provided by publisher.

Jackson, Helen Hunt, 1830-1885. Ramona. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Set in Old California, 'Ramona' depicts the life of the fading Spanish order, the oppression of tribal American communities and the settlement of white settlers. Ramona, a Scots-Native orphan, grows up in a cruel household. However, she finds comfort in Alessandro, a young Indian sheepherder and son of the the Temecula chief. What begins as a love story winds around misery, hardship, and sadness" --Provided by publisher.

James, Henry, 1843-1916. A bundle of letters. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A humorous short story, told as a collection of letters from various international writers" --Provided by publisher.

James, Henry, 1843-1916. The altar of the dead. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A short story about remembering dead friends" --Provided by publisher.

James, Henry, 1843-1916. The ambassadors. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The novel deals with Lambert Stether who, at the request of Mrs. Newsome- a wealthy widow whom he plans to marry, goes to Paris to convince her son, Chad, to return home to Woollett, Massachusetts. Here he learns that Chad resists returning home because he has established a relationship with the lovely Madame de Vionnet. The book contains Henry James' famous line (spoken in the book by Strether): 'Live all you can; it's a mistake not to.'" --Provided by publisher.

James, Henry, 1843-1916. The American. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Here James deals with a central theme that pervades much of his work, namely, the contrast between the sophisticated and corrupt old world of Europe and the relative simplicity and innocence of America. The story takes place in France where the wealthy American Christopher Newman falls in love with Claire, the widowed daughter of an aristocratic French family" --Provided by publisher.

James, Henry, 1843-1916. The beast in the jungle. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A novella chronicling John Marcher's life as he waits in fear for some big event in his life" --Provided by publisher.

James, Henry, 1843-1916. The Bostonians. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A tragicomedy following a political conservative, his cousin, and a Boston feminist as the two relatives work for the feminist's attention and support" --Provided by publisher.

James, Henry, 1843-1916. The Bostonians. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A tragicomedy following a political conservative, his cousin, and a Boston feminist as the two relatives work for the feminist's attention and support" --Provided by publisher.

James, Henry, 1843-1916. Confidence. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Composed during 1879 and 1880, the story follows the courtship of Bernard Longueville and Angela Vivian. Other prominent characters include Angela's mother, Mrs. Vivian, as well as the wealthy Gordon Wright, and Blanche Evers. The story takes place in Siena, Baden-Baden, New York, Paris and Northern France, and Egypt" --Provided by publisher.

James, Henry, 1843-1916. Daisy Miller. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A short novel about an unsophisticated American girl's travels in Europe. Controversial when first published, Daisy Miller has since become one of the most popular of James' works" --Provided by publisher.

James, Henry, 1843-1916. The death of the lion. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A short story about a journalist and his love of the works of Neil Paraday" --Provided by publisher.

James, Henry, 1843-1916. Diary of a man of fifty. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A short story telling about a middle-aged man's regret for past mistakes, and his concern for a young man he finds in a similar situation to his own past follies" --Provided by publisher.

James, Henry, 1843-1916. The Europeans. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The story concerns the visit of artist Felix Young and his sister, the unhappily-married Baroness Eugenia Munster, who come from Germany to America to visit their wealthy and provincial American relatives, the Wentworths, who reside near Boston. The story follows the development of several relationships including those of Felix Young and Gertrude Wentworth, and the Reverend Mr. Brand and Charlotte Wentworth. James presents the story in a somewhat comic vein" --Provided by publisher.

James, Henry, 1843-1916. Golden bowl. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 1 of a novel that explores themes of adultery, depicting the tangled relationship between a father, daughter, and their spouses" --Provided by publisher.

James, Henry, 1843-1916. Golden bowl. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 2 of a novel that explores themes of adultery, depicting the tangled relationship between a father, daughter, and their spouses" --Provided by publisher.

James, Henry, 1843-1916. The marriages. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A story about a jealous daughter trying to thwart her father's intentions to remarry after his first wife's death" --Provided by publisher.

James, Henry, 1843-1916. Nona Vincent. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A novella that tells about a love triangle between a woman, a playwright, and the playwright's leading actress" --Provided by publisher.

James, Henry, 1843-1916. The Patagonia. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A short novel about the ship Patagonia, on an ocean voyage from Boston to Liverpool. The story follows the gossip about alleged romance between Grace Mavis and Jason Nettlepoint, two passengers on the ship" --Provided by publisher.

James, Henry, 1843-1916. The portrait of a lady. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Considered one of James' finest novels, this is the story of Isabel Archer who is tricked into marriage after she inherits a large fortune" --Provided by publisher.

James, Henry, 1843-1916. The portrait of a lady. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Considered one of James' finest novels, this is the story of Isabel Archer who is tricked into marriage after she inherits a large fortune" --Provided by publisher.

James, Henry, 1843-1916. Roderick Hudson. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"This novel, the first to be published in book form, follows the tragic path of the young sculptor, Roderick Hudson. The wealthy Roland Mallet offers his patronage to Hudson and finances the artist's studies in Rome. Once in Europe, the egocentric and emotionally-unstable Hudson, despite Mallet's admonitions, is attracted to the mysterious Christian Light. The story's settings also includes Florence and Switzerland" --Provided by publisher.

James, Henry, 1843-1916. The tragic muse. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"This novel follows the lives and fortunes of two artists" --Provided by publisher.

James, Henry, 1843-1916. The turn of the screw. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A short, horrific ghost story that probes the sources of terror. A governess strives to protect her two charges from the ghosts of their former governess and their uncle's former valet" --Provided by publisher.

James, Henry, 1843-1916. Washington Square. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The story of Catherine Sloper, a resident of Washington Square in New York City, who tries to escape the tyranny of her father" --Provided by publisher.

James, Henry, 1843-1916. Wings of the dove. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An American novel revolving around Milly Theale, an heiress stricken with a serious disease, and her impact on the people around her" --Provided by publisher.

James, Henry, 1843-1916. Wings of the dove. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The story of an heiress with a serious disease and the people around her, some of whom have less than honorable motives" --Provided by publisher.

James, William, 1842-1910. The meaning of truth. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of philosophical essays that explore the relationship of experience and knowledge. These essays include 'The Function of Cognition,' 'The Tigers in India,' 'Humanism and Truth,' and 'The Relation Between Knower and Known,' among others" --Provided by publisher.

James, William, 1842-1910. Pragmatism. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"James wrote a number of works on psychology, theology, ethics and metaphysics. Pragmatism (1907): A New Name for Some Old Ways of Thinking is dedicated to the memory of John Stuart Mill. James also gives credit to John Dewey and F.C.S. Schiller, the author's major influences. The work is a compilation of a series of lectures delivered by William James in Boston on the subject of the philosophy of Pragmatism. The eight lectures include such subjects as 'What Pragmatism Means,' 'Pragmatism and Common Sense,' 'Pragmatism's Concept of Truth', 'Pragmatism and Humanism,' and 'Pragmatism and Religion'" --Provided by publisher.

James, William, 1842-1910. The will to believe. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A lecture in which James defends religious faith - even without evidence of its truth - as a healthy belief. He argues that unsupported belief is rational in times when it allows the accomplishment of tasks or scientific inquiry, and therefore, can be rational in religion as well" --Provided by publisher.

Jefferies, Richard, 1848-1887. Bevis. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Bevis, the Story of a Boy describes a realistic story about a boy's adventures on a lake near his father's farm in Britian and his fantasy exploration of the wildlife and countryside environment" --Provided by publisher.

Jefferies, Richard, 1848-1887. The life of the fields. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of essays and articles describing rural life. Some of these works include 'Meadow Thoughts,' 'Sea, Sky, and Down,' 'January in the Sussex Woods,' and 'Mind Under Water'--Provided by publisher.

Jefferies, Richard, 1848-1887. The open air. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of introspective stories and essays, including 'Saint Guido,' 'Golden Brown,' 'Wild Flowers,' and 'Beauty in the Country,' among others" --Provided by publisher.

Jefferies, Richard, 1848-1887. The story of my heart : An autobiography. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A spiritual autobiography, in which the story is not one of a sequence of events, but of an inner awakening" --Provided by publisher.

Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826. Anecdote of Doctor Franklin. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"From 'Biographical Sketches of Distinguished Men.' Jefferson relates a conversation he had with Benjamin Franklin while the 'Declaration of Independence' was under the consideration of Congress. Franklin tells the story of an apprentice hatter whose experience while trying to finalize the inscription for his sign-board taught Franklin to avoid 'becoming the draughtsman of papers to be reviewed by a public body' --Provided by publisher.

Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826. Hamilton and Adams. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"This essay on Alexander Hamilton and John Adams is excerpted from 'The Anas.,' the title Jefferson gave to a vast compilation of his notes and memorandums. Jefferson's long-standing differences with Hamilton, both personal and political, forced him to resign his position as secretary of state under Washington in 1793. Jefferson and Adams, meanwhile, reconciled their political differences and carried on a significant correspondence" --Provided by publisher.

Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826. Passages from his autobiography. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A selection of entries from 'The Writings of Thomas Jefferson,' edited by H. A. Washington and originally published 28 years after Jefferson's death. Included here are passages on the 'Declaration of Independence,' the character of James Madison, Congress at Annapolis, and separate entries on the French Revolution and on France. Jefferson succeeded Franklin in serving as America's minister to France" --Provided by publisher.

Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826. Selections from Jefferson's correspondence. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of letters dating from 1785-1823. Included here are a number of letters to John Adams as well as correspondence with Madame la Comtesse de Tesse, Dr. Benjamin Rush, Thomas Jefferson Randolph, Dr. Vine Utley, Timothy Pickering, and a number of others. The subject matter of this selected correspondence includes politics, religion, health, good humor and friendship" --Provided by publisher.

Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826. Writings of Thomas Jefferson. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 1 of the collected writings of Thomas Jefferson, including his own autobiography, notes, papers, messages, and other writings" --Provided by publisher.

Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826. Writings of Thomas Jefferson. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 2 of the collected writings of Thomas Jefferson, including his own autobiography, notes, papers, messages, and other writings" --Provided by publisher.

Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826. Writings of Thomas Jefferson. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 3 of the collected writings of Thomas Jefferson, including his own autobiography, notes, papers, messages, and other writings" --Provided by publisher.

Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826. Writings of Thomas Jefferson. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 4 of the collected writings of Thomas Jefferson, including his own autobiography, notes, papers, messages, and other writings" --Provided by publisher.

Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826. Writings of Thomas Jefferson. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 5 of the collected writings of Thomas Jefferson, including his own autobiography, notes, papers, messages, and other writings" --Provided by publisher.

Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826. Writings of Thomas Jefferson. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 6 of the collected writings of Thomas Jefferson, including his own autobiography, notes, papers, messages, and other writings" --Provided by publisher.

Jeffrey, Francis Jeffrey, Lord, 1773-1850. Review of Hazlitt's characters of Shakespear這s plays'. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Francis Jeffrey's Review of Hazlitt's Characters of Shakespeare's Plays appeared in the Edinburgh Review in August, 1917. Jeffrey states, 'This book...is written less to tell the reader what Mr. Hazlitt knows about Shakespeare or his writings than to explain what he feels about them- and why he feels so- and thinks that all who love poetry should feel so likewis這́€� ́€”-Provided by publisher.

Jenkins, Edward, 1838-1910. Ginx's baby. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A story about a baby that bounces around bureaucracies and red tape" --Provided by publisher.

Jenkins, Herbert George, 1876-1923. The life of George Borrow. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A biography of George Borrow, the author of The Bible in Spain, Lavengro, and The Romany Rye" --Provided by publisher.

Jenks, Albert Ernest, 1869-1953. The bontoc igorot. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An anthropological study of the Igorot people of Bontoc, Luzon, in the Philippines" --Provided by publisher.

Jenner, Edward, 1749-1823. Vaccination against smallpox. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"In 1788, smallpox ravaged England. After Edward Jenner noticed that those who had previously contracted the mild disease cowpox, which was not fatal, never came down with smallpox. In 1796 his experiments proved that administering a small dose of cowpox to a person gave that person immunity to smallpox" --Provided by publisher.

Jerome, Jerome K. (Jerome Klapka), 1859-1927. Diary of a pilgrimage. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A travelogue from London to Germany. This story is filled with asides and tangents" --Provided by publisher.

Jerome, Jerome K. (Jerome Klapka), 1859-1927. The idle thoughts of an idle fellow. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of humorous essays, including 'On Being Idle,' 'On Being In Love,' 'On Being Shy,' and 'On Babieś€™́€� -́€” Provided by publisher.

Jerome, Jerome K. (Jerome Klapka), 1859-1927. The second thoughts of an idle fellow. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"More humorous essays. This work includes:, 'On the Art of Making Up One's Mind', 'On the Disadvantage of Not Getting What One Wants', 'On the Exceptional Merit Attaching to the Things We Meant to Do', 'On the Preparation and Employment of Love Philtres', 'On the Delights and Benefits of Slavery', 'On the Care and Management of Women', 'On the Minding of Other People's Business', 'On the Time Wasted in Looking Before One Leaps', 'On the Nobility of Ourselves', 'On the Motherliness of Man', 'On the Inadvisablity of Following Advice', 'On the Playing of Marches at the Funerals of Marionettes' --Provided by publisher.

Jerome, Jerome K. (Jerome Klapka), 1859-1927. Three men in a boat. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A comical travelogue recounting the journey of three men along the River Thames" --Provided by publisher.

Jerome, Jerome K. (Jerome Klapka), 1859-1927. Three men on the bummel. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A humorous novel, the sequel to Jerome's earlier success, Three Men in a Boat. It was written eleven years after its predecessor" --Provided by publisher.

Jevons, William Stanley, 1835-1882. Political economy. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A textbook on economics, logic, and scientific methods that are based on Jevons' studies in mathmatics" --Provided by publisher.

Jewett, Sarah Orne, 1849-1909. Country of the pointed firs. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A sequence of short stories about a writer who tries to finish work" --Provided by publisher.

Johnson, Allen, 1870-1931. Jefferson and his colleagues. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"One of fifty volumes in the Chronicles of America series; a biography of Thomas Jefferson, the third President of the United States, and of his administration" --Provided by publisher.

Johnson, Brian. It's a bug's life. Chicago, IL : Bright Connections Media, a World Book Encyclopedia Company, c2015.
"How did the rhinoceros beetle get its name? Does a centipede really have 100 feet? Can bugs learn things? Read It?s a Bug?s Life to find out! It?s a Bug?s Life takes you into the world of the small creatures we call bugs. Take a closer look at how a bug is different from a spider and from a crab as you learn about the many colorful, fascinating, and sometimes deadly animals around us. Engaging illustrations and captions fully explain each bug. " --Provided by publisher.

Johnson, Brian. Meet the bugs. Chicago, IL : Bright Connections Media, a World Book Encyclopedia Company, c2015.
"How does a lightning bug light up? Why does a stink bug stink? What kind spider lives underground with its own trap-door? Meet the Bugs introduces you to some of the most fascinating creatures in the world. Find out where they live, what noises they make, how they hung for food, and how they sometimes help?and sometimes hurt?us. Engaging illustrations and captions fully explain each bug." --Provided by publisher.

Johnson, E. Pauline, 1861-1913. Legends of Vancouver. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Originally published as articles in the Daily Province, these stories were told to Johnson by her friend Chief Joe Capilano, and come from legends of the indigenous peoples of Vancouver, Canada" --Provided by publisher.

Johnson, James Weldon, 1871-1938. The autobiography of an ex-colored man. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The story of a biracial man living in America in the late 19th and early 20th century. The novel is not actually an autobiography, but a novel that shows the challenges of living as a Black American at the time, and the difficult position of a light-skinned man, who could choose to embrace his Black heritage or 'pass' as White" --Provided by publisher.

Johnson, James Weldon, 1871-1938. Fifty years & other poems. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of poetry by James Weldon Johnson, including such works as 'To America,' 'O Black and Unknown Bards,' 'O Southland,' and the title piece, 'Fifty Years.'--Provided by publisher.

Johnson, Samuel, 1709-1784. Lives of the English poets : Prior, Congreve, Blackmore, Pope. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of short biographies of eminent poets, as well as criticism of their works. This volume contains the work of Matthew Prior, William Congreve, Sir Richard Blackmore, and Alexander Pope" --Provided by publisher.

Johnson, Samuel, 1709-1784. Lives of the English poets : Waller, Milton, Cowley. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of short biographies of eminent poets, as well as criticism of their works. This volume contains the works of Edmund Waller, John Milton, and Abraham Cowley" --Provided by publisher.

Johnson, Samuel, 1709-1784. Notes to Shakespeare. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 1 of Johnson's commentary on Shakespeare" --Provided by publisher.

Johnson, Samuel, 1709-1784. Notes to Shakespeare. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 3 of Samuel Johnson's commentary on Shakespeare" --Provided by publisher.

Johnson, Samuel, 1709-1784. The works of Samuel Johnson. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The works of the great writer Samuel Johnson" --Provided by publisher.

Johnston, Mary, 1870-1936. To have and to hold. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Set in colonial Jamestown, 'To Have and to Hold' describes the beginnings of America, touching on elements of adventure, intrigue and romance" --Provided by publisher.

Johnston, R. M. (Robert Matteson), 1867-1920. The French Revolution. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"R. M. Johnston's book on the history of the French Revolution" --Provided by publisher.

Jones, Henry Festing, 1851-1928. Samuel Butler : a sketch. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A biographical sketch of Samuel Butler" --Provided by publisher.

Jonson, Ben, 1573?-1637. The alchemist. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A comedy play that satirizes the follies of mankind and the blindness of greed" --Provided by publisher.

Jonson, Ben, 1573?-1637. Cynthia's revels. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A satirical play following the Roman goddess Diana" --Provided by publisher.

Jonson, Ben, 1573?-1637. Epicoene. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A comedy play, in which a rich old man schemes to marry a woman in order to disinherit his nephew, but his nephew is one step ahead of him, and arranges a marriage that will be to his advantage" --Provided by publisher.

Jonson, Ben, 1573?-1637. Every man in his humour. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A 'humours comedy' which means each character has a major obsession. For instance, the gentleman Kno'well is obsessed about his son's morality" --Provided by publisher.

Jonson, Ben, 1573?-1637. Every man out of his humour. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An attempt to imitate Aristophanes. This play is a conceptual sequel to Every Man in His Humour" --Provided by publisher.

Jonson, Ben, 1573?-1637. The poetaster ; or, his arraignment. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A satirical stage play about what makes a good poet, written as part of the Poetomachia, or War of the Theatres, between Jonson and his rivals John marston and Thomas Dekker" --Provided by publisher.

Jonson, Ben, 1573?-1637. Sejanus : his fall. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A tragic play about Lucius Aelius Seianus. It was argued that the play represents the corruption of the court of James I, and Jonson was arrested because of this suspicion" --Provided by publisher.

Jonson, Ben, 1573?-1637. Volpone. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A satirical comedy play about lust and greed" --Provided by publisher.

Joseph, Chief. I will fight no more forever. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"This is Chief Joseph's Surrender Speech rendered into verse. Opening lines: I am tired of fighting. / Our chiefs are killed. .." --Provided by publisher.

Josephus, Flavius. The antiquities of the Jews. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Written in the first century A.D., the Antiquities of the Jews accounts Jewish history from the Biblical account of Adam and Eve to the Jewish War (66-73 A.D.)́€� ́€”-Provided by publisher.

Josephus, Flavius. Works of Flavius Josephus. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"This collection of works contains the following:, War of the Jews, Antiquities of the Jews, The Life of Flavius Josephus, Josephus's Discourse to the Greeks concerning Hades, Flavius Josephus Against Apioń€� ́€”-Provided by publisher.

Joyce, James, 1882-1941. The Dubliners. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of stories about life among the Irish lower middle class in the early 20th century" --Provided by publisher.

Joyce, James, 1882-1941. A portrait of the artist as a young man. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An autobiographical novel narrated in the stream of consciousness style which Joyce was instrumental in developing. It is the story of the spiritual growth of Stephen Dedalus, a sensitive young artist who rejects the narrow world of his upbringing" --Provided by publisher.

Joyce, James, 1882-1941. Ulysses. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A stream of consciousness novel following Leopold Bloom in Dublin as reflection of The Odyssey" --Provided by publisher.

Judson, Katharine Berry. Myths and legends of California and the old southwest. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of Native American legends, including the Zuni tales 'The Beginning of Newness,' 'The Men of the Early Times,' and 'The Search for the Middle and the Hardening of the World,' as well as stories from other Native cultures" --Provided by publisher.

Kafka, Franz, 1883-1924. The trial. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A novel about a man who is arrested and prosecuted by a distant authority for a crime never revealed to him or to the reader" --Provided by publisher.

Kant, Immanuel, 1724-1804. Critique of aesthetic judgement. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The first half of Kant's Critique of Judgement. Although this work contains some new ideas, it is commonly regarded as a series of addenda to his earlier Critiques" --Provided by publisher.

Kant, Immanuel, 1724-1804. The critique of practical reason. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The second of Kant's critiques, which explores ethics and moral philosophy" --Provided by publisher.

Kant, Immanuel, 1724-1804. The critique of pure reason. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Kant's most famous philosophical work is an attempt to reconcile rationalism and empiricism. He claims that 'though our knowledge begins with experience, it does not follow that it arises out of experience.'--Provided by publisher.

Kant, Immanuel, 1724-1804. Fundamental principles of the metaphysic of morals. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An introduction to Kant's work on the supreme principle of morality" --Provided by publisher.

Kant, Immanuel, 1724-1804. Science of right. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Kant's definition of a system of positive right which acts as an application to the pure science of right" --Provided by publisher.

Kartini, Raden Adjeng, 1879-1904. Letters of a Javanese princess. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of letters written by the daughter of a Javanese civil servant in the Dutch ruled government of colonial Java. She wrote of her life during the period when eastern Indian countries were undergoing close contact with Western civilization and described the impact it made on Indonesian society" --Provided by publisher.

Kay, Ross. Go ahead boys and the racing motorboat. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A company of boys and their enthusiasm over a racing motorboat" --Provided by publisher.

Keats, John, 1795-1821. Endymion ; a poetic romance. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A poem based on the Greek myth of a shepherd loved by a moon goddess" --Provided by publisher.

Keats, John, 1795-1821. Keats : poems published in 1820. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Keats's poetry employs unusually rich and vivid images to express his intense feelings" --Provided by publisher.

Keats, John, 1795-1821. Lamia. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A poem that illustrates Dryden's influence on Keats, it deals with a beautiful serpent woman, or lamia, who bribes Hermes to restore her woman's form. Opening line: Upon a time, before the faery broods .." --Provided by publisher.

Keene, H. G. (Henry George), 1825-1915. Fall of the Moghul Empire of Hindustan. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A detailed account of the final days of the Islamic Moghul Empire at the end of the 18th century and the dawn of British colonial power in the area" --Provided by publisher.

Keim, Albert, 1876-1947. Honor©♭ de Balza. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A biographical work on French novelist and playwright Honore de Balzac" --Provided by publisher.

Keller, Helen, 1880-1968. Optimism ; an essay. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An essay by Helen Keller about keeping an optimistic outlook on life" --Provided by publisher.

Kemble, Fanny, 1809-1893. Journal of a residence on a Georgian plantation : 1838-1839. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"After spending some time on an American plantation owned by her husband, Kemble was shocked by the institution of slavery and wrote a series of journal entries about it. During the American Civil War, after her marriage ended in divorce and Kemble moved back to England, she published the entries as Journal of a Residence on a Georgian Plantation, and they became her best-known work" --Provided by publisher.

Kendall, Henry, 1839-1882. The poems of Henry Kendall. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of poems by Australian author and bush poet Henry Kendall, including the three earlier collections Poems and Songs, Leaves from Australian Forests, and Songs from the Mountains, along with some earlier poems" --Provided by publisher.

Kilmer, Joyce, 1886-1918. The circus, and other essays and fugitive pieces. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of essays containing:, 'The Circus', 'Noon-Hour Adventuring', 'The Ashman', 'The Poetry of Gerard Hopkins', 'Philosophical Tendencies in English Literature', 'A Note on Thomas Hardy'"--Provided by publisher.

Kilmer, Joyce, 1886-1918. Trees and other poems. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of poems by Joyce Kilmer" --Provided by publisher.

Kilner, Dorothy, 1755-1836. The life and perambulations of a mouse. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A children's story that follows Nimble the mouse through many houses" --Provided by publisher.

King, L. W. (Leonard William), 1869-1919. History of Egypt, Chaldea, Syria, Babylonia, and Assyria. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A history of Egypt, Chaldea, Syria, Babylonia, and Assyria by English archaeologist and Assyriologist L.W. King" --Provided by publisher.

King, L. W. (Leonard William), 1869-1919. Legends of Babylon and Egypt in relation to Hebrew tradition. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A text written by English archaeologist Leonard William King. This work focuses on Babylon and Egypt, but specifically in reference to the Hebrew tradition and religion" --Provided by publisher.

King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968. I have a dream. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"This well-known speech was delivered at the March on Washington, August 28, 1963, as part of the Civil Rights Movement. The most famous part of the speech, beginning, 'I have a dream,' was improvised, and has endured as a symbol of freedom and equality for generations of Americans" --Provided by publisher.

King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968. Letter from Birmingham jail. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Dr. King's famous letter sent while he occupied Birmingham Jail" --Provided by publisher.

Kinglake, Alexander William, 1809-1891. Eothen. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A travelogue of Kinglake's journey in Syria, Palestine, and Egypt" --Provided by publisher.

Kingsley, Charles, 1819-1875. Alexandria and her schools. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A series of lectures on the ancient city of Alexandria" --Provided by publisher.

Kingsley, Charles, 1819-1875. Froude's history of England. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A literary review of James Froude's History of England, written by his brother-in-law Charles Kingsley. The review holds both praise for Froude's anti-Catholic work, but also condemnation for the way historians had been treating English history for years" --Provided by publisher.

Kingsley, Charles, 1819-1875. Madam How and Lady Why. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A re-telling of an old Greek story, written for children. It focuses on a sense of wonder for geologic forces" --Provided by publisher.

Kingsley, Charles, 1819-1875. Sir Walter Raleigh and his time. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A biography of Sir Walter Raleigh, written by 19th century novelist Charles Kingsley" --Provided by publisher.

Kingsley, Charles, 1819-1875. The water-babies. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A children's novel about a boy who drowns in a river and is reborn into a water baby" --Provided by publisher.

Kingsley, Charles, 1819-1875. Westward ho! Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A historical romance of the days of Queen Elizabeth. This colorful novel traces the adventures of Amyas Leigh as he sails on the Spanish main to find his lady love, the beautiful Rose of Torridge" --Provided by publisher.

Kipling, Rudyard, 1865-1936. Captains courageous. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A novel that tells of a wealthy, spoiled young man who is saved from drowning and joins the crew of a fishing boat" --Provided by publisher.

Kipling, Rudyard, 1865-1936. The jungle book. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A volume of animal stories for children. Mowgli, a young boy who is raised by wolves and learns the ways of the jungle, is the main character in many of these classic tales" --Provided by publisher.

Kipling, Rudyard, 1865-1936. The Kipling reader. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Selections from stories by Rudyard Kipling, including 'Rikki-Tikki-Tavi,' 'William the Conquerer,' 'Wee Willie Winkie,' 'Mowgli's Brothers,' and 'Tiger! Tiger!'" --Provided by publisher.

Kipling, Rudyard, 1865-1936. The light that failed. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A novel set in London, Sudan, and India. The book follows a painter, Dick Heldar, who goes blind" --Provided by publisher.

Kipling, Rudyard, 1865-1936. The man who would be king. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A tale of two British adventurers who become kings" --Provided by publisher.

Kipling, Rudyard, 1865-1936. Plain tales from the hills. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collects of forty stories originally published in Civil and Military Gazette. Some of the stories include:, 'Lispeth', 'The Other Man', 'The Taking of Lungtungpen', 'Consequences', 'The Rescue of Puffles', 'Yoked with an Unbelieveŕ€™́€� ́€”Provided by publisher.

Kipling, Rudyard, 1865-1936. Puck of Pook's Hill. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of short fantasy stories taking place in times in English history" --Provided by publisher.

Kipling, Rudyard, 1865-1936. Soldiers three. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Soldiers Three is a collection of short stories revolving around three British soldiers, Learoyd, Mulvaney, and Ortheris, and their quest for adventure in 19th century India" --Provided by publisher.

Kirby, William, 1817-1906. The golden dog. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The novel takes place just before the fall of New France (now present day Quebec, Canada), when the supporters of the popular Chien d'Or trading house struggle against the decadent and corrupt Grand Company of the Intendant" --Provided by publisher.

Knight, Robert, 1952 September 30-. Louis Riel : with profiles of Gabriel Dumont and Poundmaker. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
Profile : Gabriel Dumont -- Louis Riel. Chronology and introduction to Riel's life ; A M?tis in the Red River Settlement ; A leader emerges ; Exile, madness, and a mission ; Struggles in Saskatchewan country ; Riel's rebellion ; Profile : Poundmaker. A biography of Louis Riel, a M?tis leader who, in the 1800s, sought better treatment of his people by the Canadian establishment. Also profiled are Gabriel Dumont, a M?tis who tried to obtain better governance and fairer treatment for the M?tis people, and Poundmaker, a Cree Indian with M?tis blood whose efforts were directed toward preparing his people for the changes he could foresee and forging political consciousness among all the tribes of western Canada.

Knight, W. H. (William Henry). Diary of a pedestrian in Cashmere and Thibet. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A travelogue of the author's journey in Thibet and Cashmere" --Provided by publisher.

Knowles, James Sheridan, 1784-1862. The hunchback. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A comedy about a country girl who loses her common sense in the glamour of London's high society" --Provided by publisher.

Knowles, James Sheridan, 1784-1862. The love-chase. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A comedic play by Irish actor and playwright James Sheridan Knowles" --Provided by publisher.

La Fontaine, Jean de, 1621-1695. Fables in rhyme for little folks. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Modeled on Aesop's fables, La Fontaine's fables portray human behavior through animal characters" --Provided by publisher.

La Fontaine, Jean de, 1621-1695. The original fables of La Fontaine. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.

Lamb, Charles, 1775-1834. Essays. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of essays written by Lamb under the pseudonym, 'Elia,' including, among others, 'On the Tragedies of Shakspeare,' 'On the Genius and Character of Hogarth,' and 'Recollections of Christ's Hospital'" --Provided by publisher.

Lamb, Charles, 1775-1834. Last essays of Elia. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"More essays written under the pseudonym 'Elia,' from 'London Magazine.' The well-known 'Superannuated Man' is included in this collection" --Provided by publisher.

Lamb, Charles, 1775-1834. Rosamund Gray. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A short romantic novel. Lamb wrote this mildly successful period piece after trying his hand at poetry, decades before he would attain his greatest notoriety as an essayist" --Provided by publisher.

Lamb, Charles, 1775-1834. Tales from Shakespeare. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A rewriting of Shakespeare's works for children. The works reproduced are:, The Tempest, A Midsummer Night's Dream, The Winter's Tale, Much Ado About Nothing, As You Like It, Two Gentlemen of Verona, The Merchant of Venice, Cymbeline, King Lear, Macbeth, All's Well That Ends Well, The Taming of the Shrew, The Comedy of Errors, Measure for Measure, Twelfth Night, Timon of Athens, Romeo and Juliet, Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, Othello, Pericles, Prince of Tyre" --Provided by publisher.

Lang, Andrew, 1844-1912. Helen of Troy. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A re-telling of the Greek myth of Helen of Troy" --Provided by publisher.

Lang, Andrew, 1844-1912. Myth, ritual, and religion. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 1 of Lang's explanation of mythology and its origins" --Provided by publisher.

Lang, Andrew, 1844-1912. Myth, ritual and religion. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A work exploring religion and mythology by looking at ethnography, world legends, and history" --Provided by publisher.

Lang, Andrew, 1844-1912. Tales of Troy : Ulysses the sacker of cities. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A retelling of the myth of Ulysses" --Provided by publisher.

Lanier, Sidney, 1842-1881. The poems of Sidney Lanier. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A volume of poems by Sidney Lanier" --Provided by publisher.

Lanier, Sidney, 1842-1881. Select poems of Sidney Lanier. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Some of Sidney Lanier's poems. This compilation includes: 'Life and Song', 'Jones's Private Argyment', 'Corn', 'My Springs', 'The Symphony', 'The Power of Prayer; or, The First Steamboat up the Alabama', 'Rose-morals', 'To __, with a Rose', 'Uncle Jim's Baptist Revival Hymn', 'The Mocking-bird', 'Song of Chattahoochee', 'The Revenge of Hamish', 'The Marshed of Glynn', 'Remonstrance', 'Opposition', 'Marsh Song-At Sunset', 'A Ballad of Trees and the Master', 'Sunrise.'" --Provided by publisher.

Laozi. Tao Teh King. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The fundamental text of philosophical and religious Taoism" --Provided by publisher.

Larcom, Lucy, 1824-1893. A New England girlhood, outlined from memory. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An enduring story of growing up in New England, this book is an autobiography that presents the challenges of childhood during the Industrial Revolution" --Provided by publisher.

Latimer, Hugh, 1485?-1555. Sermons on the card, and other discourses. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of sermons from about 1529" --Provided by publisher.

Lavoisier, Antoine, 1743-1794. Elements of chemistry. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The first modern Chemistry textbook, it had one of the first lists of the elements" --Provided by publisher.

Law, Felicia. Trek learns about colors. Chicago, Ill. : World Book Classroom, c2013.
Join Trek and his friends as they learn about colors.

Law, Felicia. Trek learns about moving around. Chicago, Ill. : World Book Classroom, c2013.
Join Trek and his friends as they search high and low for a lost boomerang.

Law, Felicia. Trek learns about numbers. Chicago, Ill. : World Book Classroom, c2013.
Join Trek and his friends as they learn about numbers.

Law, Felicia. Trek learns about place. Chicago, Ill. : World Book Classroom, c2013.
Join Trek and his friends as they explore the desert in search of water.

Law, Felicia. Trek learns about shapes. Chicago, Ill. : World Book Classroom, c2013.
Join Trek and his friends as they search for a square, a circle, a triangle, and a rectangle.

Law, Felicia. Trek learns about size. Chicago, Ill. : World Book Classroom, c2013.
Join Trek and his friends as they explore size.

Law, Felicia. Trek learns about sounds. Chicago, Ill. : World Book Classroom, c2013.
Join Trek and his friends as they explore sounds.

Law, Felicia. Trek learns about taste and smell. Chicago, Ill. : World Book Classroom, c2013.
Join Trek and his friends as they explore taste and smell.

Law, Felicia. Trek learns about texture. Chicago, Ill. : World Book Classroom, c2013.
Join Trek and his friends as they explore texture.

Law, Felicia. Trek learns about time. Chicago, Ill. : World Book Classroom, c2013.
Join Trek and his friends as they explore the concept of time.

Law, Felicia. Trek learns to fly. Chicago, IL : World Book Classroom, c2013.
Join Trek and his friends as they learn about migration and flight.

Lawrence, D. H. (David Herbert), 1885-1930. The rainbow. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A novel that tells the stories of three generations of the Brangwen family, as each member tries to find a place within English social life" --Provided by publisher.

Lawrence, D. H. (David Herbert), 1885-1930. Aaron's rod. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A picaresque novel in which an amateur flautist leaves his wife and children to travel Italy. As he works to become a professional musician, he encounters different social circles, before his flute is destroyed in a political explosion" --Provided by publisher.

Lawrence, D. H. (David Herbert), 1885-1930. Sons and lovers. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A partly autobiographical novel about a young man's Oedipal relationship with his mother. One of Lawrence's best known works, it was attacked on its publication for its sexual frankness" --Provided by publisher.

Lawrence, D. H. (David Herbert), 1885-1930. Women in love. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A sequel to The Rainbow, this novel follows the lives of Gudrun and Ursula Brangwen as they pursue love" --Provided by publisher.

Le Bon, Gustave, 1841-1931. The crowd : a study of the popular mind. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A work exploring the nature of crowds" --Provided by publisher.

Le Bon, Gustave, 1841-1931. The psychology of revolution. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A general discourse on revolutions and their leaders" --Provided by publisher.

Le Fanu, Joseph Sheridan, 1814-1873. The house by the church-yard. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A historical mystery novel of hidden identities, murders, suicides, intrigue, and romance" --Provided by publisher.

Le Fanu, Joseph Sheridan, 1814-1873. In a glass darkly. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"This first volume of a collection of Gothic tales includes:, 'Green Tea', 'The Familiar', 'Mr. Justice Harbottl這́€� ́€”Provided by publisher.

Le Fanu, Joseph Sheridan, 1814-1873. In a glass darkly. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"This second volume of a collection of Gothic tales includes 'The Room in the Dragon Volant́€™́€� ́€”Provided by publisher.

Le Fanu, Joseph Sheridan, 1814-1873. In a glass darkly. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"This third volume of a collection of Gothic tales includes the end of 'The Room in the Dragon Volant' and the story 'Carmillမ́€� ́€”Provided by publisher.

Le Fanu, Joseph Sheridan, 1814-1873. Uncle Silas. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A Victorian Gothic mystery thriller, in which a young orphan named Maud is sent to live with her Uncle Silas and begins to discover her uncle is not the man he first seemed" --Provided by publisher.

Lee, Robert E. (Robert Edward), 1843-1914. Recollections and letters of General Robert E. Lee. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Personal letters of General Robert E. Lee" --Provided by publisher.

Leibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm, Freiherr von, 1646-1716. Discourse on metaphysics. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A series of logical, and controversial theological arguments that Leibniz prudently chose not to publish during his lifetime. They assert the existence of a divine perfection and the perfection of creation. It is this 'best of all possible worlds' that Voltaire satirizes in Candide. He also writes of the grace of God, His intervention in the world, and the truths revealed by Jesus Christ" --Provided by publisher.

Lenin, Vladimir Ilyich, 1870-1924. A letter to American workingmen. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An illustrative narrative written in 1918 addressed to American workers on the history of early Soviet economic development and politics, heavily promoting ideas of Marxism, socialism, and communism" --Provided by publisher.

Lewis, Charlton Miner, 1866-1923. Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An alliterative romance from late 14th century England, telling the Arthurian story of the Green Knight" --Provided by publisher.

Lewis, Sinclair, 1885-1951. Main Street. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Carol Milford tries to reform her new hometown. A satire of small towns" --Provided by publisher.

Liebig, Justus, Freiherr von, 1803-1873. Familiar letters on chemistry. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Letters designed to promote the study of chemistry, showing connections with the studies of agriculture, philosophy, physiology, and commerce" --Provided by publisher.

Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865. Gettysburg address. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Lincoln dedicated the Gettysburg cemetery as a monument to the soldiers who died at Gettysburg battlefield. This address is one of the most renowned and most moving speeches in American history" --Provided by publisher.

Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865. The papers and writings of Abraham Lincoln. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The collected letters and other writing of President Abraham Lincoln" --Provided by publisher.

Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865. Abraham Lincoln's first inaugural address. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Lincoln expressed his belief that each state should control its own laws especially regarding slavery issues" --Provided by publisher.

Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865. Abraham Lincoln's second inaugural address. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Weeks of wet weather preceding Lincoln's second inauguration had caused Pennsylvania Avenue to become a sea of mud and standing water. Thousands of spectators stood in thick mud at the Capitol grounds to hear the President. As he stood on the East Portico to take the executive oath, the completed Capitol dome over the President's head was a physical reminder of the resolve of his Administration throughout the years of civil war. Chief Justice Salmon Chase administered the oath of office. In little more than a month, the President would be assassinated" --Provided by publisher.

Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865. Speeches & letters of Abraham Lincoln, 1832-1865. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Speeches and letters written by Abraham Lincoln" --Provided by publisher.

Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865. The writings of Abraham Lincoln. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The first volume in the collected works of Abraham Lincoln. This volume includes letters and speeches to various people" --Provided by publisher.

Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865. The writings of Abraham Lincoln. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The second volume in the collected works of Abraham Lincoln. This volume includes letters and speeches to various people" --Provided by publisher.

Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865. The writings of Abraham Lincoln. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The third volume in the collected works of Abraham Lincoln. This volume includes the Lincoln-Douglas debates" --Provided by publisher.

Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865. The Writings of Abraham Lincoln. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Written transcripts of the last four debates between Abraham Lincoln and Stephen Douglas" --Provided by publisher.

Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865. The writings of Abraham Lincoln. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The fifth volume in the collected works of Abraham Lincoln. This volume includes letters and speeches to various people" --Provided by publisher.

Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865. The writings of Abraham Lincoln. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The sixth volume in the collected works of Abraham Lincoln. This volume includes letters, telegrams, and speeches to various people" --Provided by publisher.

Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865. The writings of Abraham Lincoln. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The seventh volume in the collected works of Abraham Lincoln. This volume includes letters, telegrams, and speeches to various people" --Provided by publisher.

Lincoln, Natalie Sumner, 1881-1935. The red seal. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A detective novel with a complex, twisting plot" --Provided by publisher.

Linderman, Frank Bird, 1869-1938. Indian why stories : sparks from War Eagle's lodge-fire. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A collected work of creation stories from various American Indian tribes" --Provided by publisher.

Linn, William Alexander, 1846-1917. The story of the Mormons ; from the date of their origin to the year 1901. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A history of the Mormons, told from a secular perspective. Most of the work is based on original, Mormon sources" --Provided by publisher.

Lister, Joseph, Baron, 1827-1912. The antiseptic principle of the practice of surgery. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An essay promoting the idea of sterile surgery" --Provided by publisher.

Locke, John, 1632-1704. An essay concerning human understanding. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An inquiry into the nature of knowledge that attempts to settle what questions human understanding is and is not equipped to handle. Locke states that all knowledge is derived from experience and the use of the five senses" --Provided by publisher.

Locke, John, 1632-1704. An essay concerning humane understanding. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An inquiry into the nature of knowledge that attempts to settle what questions human understanding is and is not equipped to handle. Locke states that all knowledge is derived from experience and the use of the five senses" --Provided by publisher.

Locke, John, 1632-1704. Second treatise of government. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The second of John Locke's Two Treatises of Government, which argues that society would be more civilized if based on natural rights and contract theory, which suggests that citizens surrender some freedom to authority in return for authority's protection" --Provided by publisher.

Locke, John, 1632-1704. Toleration. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Expresses Locke's views on religion. He thought toleration was the chief characteristic of the true church and religious belief was primarily the relationship between man and God" --Provided by publisher.

Lodge, Henry Cabot, 1850-1924. Daniel Webster. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A biography of Daniel Webster, an American statesman who served as a senator, representative, and Secretary of State" --Provided by publisher.

London, Jack, 1876-1916. Burning daylight. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A novel taking place in the Yukon Territory following 'Burning Daylight,' a character based on the Oakland entrepreneur 'Borax' Smith" --Provided by publisher.

London, Jack, 1876-1916. The call of the wild. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The story of Buck, a house dog who is stolen from California and taken to Alaska to be a sled-dog. Abused at first, Buck reverts to his wild instincts in order to survive. This book made London instantly famous and remains one of his most popular works" --Provided by publisher.

London, Jack, 1876-1916. The game. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The story follows a boxing match told through the eyes of the fiance of one of the players" --Provided by publisher.

London, Jack, 1876-1916. The iron heel. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A novel about the overthrow of a fascist regime by a socialist revolution. This futuristic tale, a remarkable piece of social speculation and foresight, is considered London's most imaginative work" --Provided by publisher.

London, Jack, 1876-1916. Martin Eden. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"London's story about a struggling writer" --Provided by publisher.

London, Jack, 1876-1916. The sea-wolf. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The adventures of Humphrey Van Weydon, a ship-wrecked literary critic, and his rescuer, Wolf Larsen, the ruthless captain of the Ghost. The two main characters are often said to represent the opposing sides of London's own personality in this highly regarded tale of the sea" --Provided by publisher.

London, Jack, 1876-1916. The strength of the strong. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A speculative fiction story about biological warfare with China" --Provided by publisher.

London, Jack, 1876-1916. War of the classes. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of essays about class struggle and socialism" --Provided by publisher.

London, Jack, 1876-1916. White Fang. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"White Fang, three-fourths wolf and one-fourth dog, develops a reputation as the fiercest dog in the northwest. A complementary tale to The Call of the Wild, it tells of the gradual domestication of a wild dog rather than the reversion of a house dog to the wild" --Provided by publisher.

Long, William J. (William Joseph), 1867-1952. Secrets of the woods. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of essays and poetry about Long's thoughts on nature. This work includes:, 'Tookhees the 'Fraid One', 'A Wilderness Byway', 'Keeonekh the Fisherman', 'Koskomenos the Outcast', 'Meeko the Mischief-Maker', 'The Ol' Beech Pa'tridge', 'Following the Deer', 'Sill Hunting', 'Winter Trails', 'Snow Bound́€™́€� ́€”Provided by publisher.

Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, 1807-1882. The children's own Longfellow. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"This collection contains eight of Longfellow's most popular poems" --Provided by publisher.

Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, 1807-1882. The complete poetical works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Among Longfellow's Collected Works can be found 'Paul Revere's Ride' one of Longfellow's most popular shorter poems" --Provided by publisher.

Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, 1807-1882. The song of Hiawatha. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The Song of Hiawatha, by the American poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, is one of the most famous poetical works of the 1800's" --Provided by publisher.

Lowell, James Russell, 1819-1891. Dryden. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Taken from Among My Books, this is a short piece in honor of John Dryden (1631-1700), English poet, dramatist, and critic. Lowell praises Dryden as, 'By far the greatest man of his age, not only abounding in knowledge himself, but feeding in various directions, his most able contemporaries'" --Provided by publisher.

Lowell, James Russell, 1819-1891. Abraham Lincoln. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Abraham Lincoln (from the ode recited at the Harvard Commemoration) is a poem of praise honoring the man whom Lowell calls, 'our Martyr-Chief,' 'a shepherd of mankind,' and 'the first American.' The poem begins with the words, 'Life may be given in many ways.'" --Provided by publisher.

Lowell, James Russell, 1819-1891. Shakespeare and his style. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Taken from Collected Writings (1890-1891), Lowel候s short piece deals with Shakespeare's imaginative genius and the perfection of his style" --Provided by publisher.

Lowndes, Marie Belloc, 1868-1947. The lodger. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A mystery involving Jack the Ripper" --Provided by publisher.

Lucan, 39-65. Pharsalia. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"An epic poem about the war between Julius Caesar and the Roman Senate" --Provided by publisher.

Luther, Martin, 1483-1546. 95 theses. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Martin Luther's list of grievances against the Catholic Church" --Provided by publisher.

Luther, Martin, 1483-1546. Concerning Christian liberty : with letter of Martin Luther to Pope Leo X. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Luther's treatise on the subject of free will and justification by faith" --Provided by publisher.

Luther, Martin, 1483-1546. Lutheŕ€™s little instruction book. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"This manual was published in 1526 for the education and training of children about the Lutheran church" --Provided by publisher.

Luther, Martin, 1483-1546. The large catechism. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Published in 1529, this catechism contains canon and other works to help clergymen in preaching to their congregations" --Provided by publisher.

Lyell, Charles, Sir, 1797-1875. The geological evidence of the antiquity of man. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A scientific book that discusses three main issues: the age of the human race, ice ages, and Darwin's theory of natural selection" --Provided by publisher.

Lyell, Charles, Sir., 1797-1875. Principles of geology. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A book influential on Charles Darwin, Lyell uses this book to stregthen the argument of uniformitarianism. Additonally, he successfully uses geological evidence to prove the Earth is older than 6000 years, a common belief at the time" --Provided by publisher.

Lyell, Charles, Sir, 1797-1875. The student's elements of geology. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A condensed version of Elements of Geology created for students" --Provided by publisher.

Lytton, Edward Bulwer Lytton, Baron, 1803-1873. The last days of Pompeii. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Lytton's most famous historical novel tells the story of the romance of Greek lovers Glaucus and Ione and of the fortuitous eruption of Mount Vesuvius" --Provided by publisher.

Macaulay, Thomas Babington Macaulay, Baron, 1800-1859. Critical and historical essays. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of essays by Thomas Babington Macaulay, covering a span of 16 years from 1828 to 1844" --Provided by publisher.

Macaulay, Thomas Babington Macaulay, Baron, 1800-1859. Critical and historical essays. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of essays by Thomas Babington Macaulay, covering a span of 16 years from 1827 to 1843" --Provided by publisher.

Macaulay, Thomas Babington Macaulay, Baron, 1800-1859. Critical and historical essays. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 3 of Macaulay's collected essays, including such works as 'Ranke's History of the Popes,' 'Warren hastings,' 'Lord Holland,' and 'Frederic the Great́€™́€� -Provided by publisher.

Macaulay, Thomas Babington Macaulay, Baron, 1800-1859. The history of England, from the accession of James II ́€” volume 3. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Part of the five volume collection, it encompasses the 17 year period in the United Kingdom from 1685 to 1702, including the reign of James II, the Glorious Revolution, the coregency of William and Mary, and up to William III's death" --Provided by publisher.

Macaulay, Thomas Babington Macaulay, Baron, 1800-1859. The history of England, from the accession of James II ́€” volume 4. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Part of the five volume collection, it encompasses the 17 year period in the United Kingdom from 1685 to 1702, including the reign of James II, the Glorious Revolution, the coregency of William and Mary, and up to William III's death" --Provided by publisher.

Macaulay, Thomas Babington Macaulay, Baron, 1800-1859. The history of England, from the accession of James II ́€” volume 5. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Part of the five volume collection, it encompasses the 17 year period in the United Kingdom from 1685 to 1702, including the reign of James II, the Glorious Revolution, the coregency of William and Mary, and up to William III's death" --Provided by publisher.

Macaulay, Thomas Babington Macaulay, Baron, 1800-1859. The history of England, volume 1. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A history of England beginning at the reign of King James II" --Provided by publisher.

Macaulay, Thomas Babington Macaulay, Baron, 1800-1859. The history of England, volume 2. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Part of the five volume collection, it encompasses the 17 year period in the United Kingdom from 1685 to 1702, including the reign of James II, the Glorious Revolution, the coregency of William and Mary, and up to William III's death" --Provided by publisher.

Macaulay, Thomas Babington Macaulay, Baron, 1800-1859. Lays of ancient Rome. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of narrative poems. Four of the poems are based on early Roman history, giving the collection its title. There are also two other poems: Ivry and The Armada, based on more recent historical events" --Provided by publisher.

MacDonald, George, 1824-1905. At the back of the north wind. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A children's tale about a boy called Diamond and his travels with the Lady North Wind" --Provided by publisher.

MacDonald, George, 1824-1905. David Elginbrod. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"George MacDonald's first realistic novel, telling the story of a poor Scottish man and his daughter" --Provided by publisher.

MacDonald, George, 1824-1905. The diary of an old soul. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A diary comprising of a poem for every day of the year" --Provided by publisher.

MacDonald, George, 1824-1905. Donal Grant. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A sequel to Sir Gibbie, Donal Grant is the story of a Scottish tutor as he tries to follow a godly way of life while surrounded by evil influences" --Provided by publisher.

MacDonald, George, 1824-1905. Lilith. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Lilith is considered among the darkest of MacDonald's works, and among the most profound. It is a story concerning the nature of life, death, and salvation while revolving around a cosmic sleep that heals tortured souls, preceding the salvation of all" --Provided by publisher.

MacDonald, George, 1824-1905. Phantastes. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A fantasy novel following Anodos and his pursuit of his ideal woman, the 'Marble Lady.'" --Provided by publisher.

MacDonald, George, 1824-1905. The princess and the goblin. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The story of how Princess Irene and her best friend Curdie stop a goblin plot to overthrow the kingdom" --Provided by publisher.

MacDonald, George, 1824-1905. Robert Falconer. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A novel set in Scotland. The book follows the life of Robert Falconer, but also chornicles the man's relationship with God" --Provided by publisher.

MacDonald, George, 1824-1905. Sir Gibbie. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A kailyard novel, written in the Scottish Doric dialect" --Provided by publisher.

MacGrath, Harold, 1871-1932. The adventures of Kathlyn. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A romantic cliffhanger in which a young woman, while in India with her family, is kidnapped, searches for jewels, and has a string of other adventures" --Provided by publisher.

MacGrath, Harold, 1871-1932. Arms and the woman. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"MacGrath's first novel, Arms and the Woman is a romance about a man who seems to be going nowhere, until his life takes an unexpected turn" --Provided by publisher.

MacGrath, Harold, 1871-1932. The carpet from Bagdad. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An adventure story following a timid man who fears women" --Provided by publisher.

MacGrath, Harold, 1871-1932. The drums of jeopardy. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A story about Bolshevik plots in America and the mad scientist Boris Karlov" --Provided by publisher.

MacGrath, Harold, 1871-1932. The goose girl. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A fantasy story based in Germany, about a princess and a goose girl who trade places" --Provided by publisher.

MacGrath, Harold, 1871-1932. The grey cloak. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A romantic adventure story about a mysterious man in a grey cloak" --Provided by publisher.

MacGrath, Harold, 1871-1932. Half a rogue. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A story of morality, corruption, misunderstanding, and romance" --Provided by publisher.

MacGrath, Harold, 1871-1932. Hearts and masks. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A romance by Harold MacGrath. Hiding her identity to relieve boredom, Alice meets a man at a masquerade ball who is hiding his identity as well" --Provided by publisher.

MacGrath, Harold, 1871-1932. The lure of the mask. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A happy romance" --Provided by publisher.

MacGrath, Harold, 1871-1932. The man on the box. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A humorous love story" --Provided by publisher.

MacGrath, Harold, 1871-1932. The million dollar mystery. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The Million Dollar Mystery is a crime novel set in late 19th century America. When John Hargreaves abandons 'The Black Hundred', a Russian secret service, he moves to America and earns a fortune. When Hargreaves learns that several Black Hundred agents are after him, he sets out with a million dollars to escape their grips, causing a worldwide chase" --Provided by publisher.

MacGrath, Harold, 1871-1932. The place of honeymoons. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A romantic adventure about Nora Harrigan, an opera star who is admired - and then abducted" --Provided by publisher.

MacGrath, Harold, 1871-1932. The princess elopes. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"When Princess Hildegarde discovers her uncle has engaged her to a sixty-year-old widower, she disappears, leaving behind a note claiming that she is eloping - but nobody knows with whom" --Provided by publisher.

MacGrath, Harold, 1871-1932. The puppet crown. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The No. 7 bestselling book in the United States in 1901, The Puppet Crown is the story of a king who serves only as a puppet for others, who simply wait for him to leave them in power" --Provided by publisher.

MacGrath, Harold, 1871-1932. The ragged edge. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"When Howard Spurlock flees to the South Sea Islands to avoid imprisonment for stealing his uncle's money, he settles down with a missionary's daughter and starts a family. But his conscience plagues him, and he worries that his past will uproot his new life" --Provided by publisher.

MacGrath, Harold, 1871-1932. A splendid hazard. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An action-adventure story of lost treasure" --Provided by publisher.

MacGrath, Harold, 1871-1932. The voice in the fog. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Kitty Killigrew hears a conversation through the fog just before her sapphire necklace is stolen, and Detective Haggerty must determine who took it" --Provided by publisher.

Machiavelli, Niccolo?, 1469-1527. The prince. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Written during Machiavelli's enforced exile, this political treatise contains advice to sovereigns on how to be successful, how to defeat adversaries, and how to check a dissatisfied people" --Provided by publisher.

Mackay, Charles, 1814-1889. Memoirs of extraordinary popular delusions. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A history of the follies of humanity, especially referring to group behavior. Mackay points out the flaws in alchemy, crusades, prophecies, witch-hunts, fortune-telling, economic bubbles, haunted houses, duels, and many other popular superstitions or activities. Although originally written in a journalistic style, it is now viewed as an important work in social psychology" --Provided by publisher.

Maeterlinck, Maurice, 1862-1949. The unknown guest. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A brief essay on ghost, haunted houses, and the manifestations of the dead" --Provided by publisher.

Maitland, Frederic William, 1850-1906. Domesday book and beyond. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Three essays on the history of England. These essays are:, 'Domesday Book', 'England Before the Conquest', 'The Hid這́€� ́€”Provided by publisher.

Malory, Thomas, Sir, active 15th century. Le morte d́€™Arthur. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Thomas Malory's epic collections of tales and legends about King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table" --Provided by publisher.

Malory, Thomas, Sir, active 15th century. Le morte d́€™Arthur. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The continuation of Malory's tales about King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table" --Provided by publisher.

Malthus, T. R. (Thomas Robert), 1766-1834. An essay on the principle of population. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An essay that discusses the effects of the growing population, specifically the fear that population growth would increase labor supply, decrease wages, and lead to widespread poverty. This essay was later influential to the developing theory of natural selection" --Provided by publisher.

Manners, Hartley. Peg o' my heart. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A comedy play, originally starring the playwright Manners's wife, Laurette Taylor, on Broadway" --Provided by publisher.

Marcus Aurelius, Emperor of Rome, 121-180. Meditations. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Focuses on Aurelius' belief in Stoic Philosophy and includes a collection of his perceptions on practical morality" --Provided by publisher.

Marlowe, Christopher, 1564-1593. Edward ii. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A historical play about Edward II, the King of England" --Provided by publisher.

Marlowe, Christopher, 1564-1593. Hero and Leander. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Marlowe's poem following the myth of Hero and Leander, two youths living in separate cities" --Provided by publisher.

Marlowe, Christopher, 1564-1593. The Jew of Malta. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A play written in the late 16th century. Set in the Mediterranean, the play is about the religious conflict and political struggle between Spain and the Ottoman Empire" --Provided by publisher.

Marlowe, Christopher, 1564-1593. Massacre at Paris. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The Massacre at Paris is a much admired Elizabethan play written in 1593 revolving around the Saint Bartholomew's Day Massacre, in which thousands of French Protestants were killed by the French Roman Catholics. It is known for its near-contemporary depiction of the murders and scandals instigated by the French Court" --Provided by publisher.

Marlowe, Christopher, 1564-1593. Tamburlaine the Great. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A play based on the life of the Asian emperor Tamburlaine" --Provided by publisher.

Marlowe, Christopher, 1564-1593. Tamburlaine the Great. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A sequel about the conqueror and warlord, Tamburlaine" --Provided by publisher.

Marlowe, Christopher, 1564-1593. The tragical history of Doctor Faustus. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The earliest dramatization of the Faust legend, a legend which dates back to the middle ages. Faustus sells his soul to Lucifer in exchange for worldly power and the services of Mephistophilis" --Provided by publisher.

Marshall, Emma, 1830-1899. Salome. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Originally written in French by Wilde, Lord Alfred Douglas translated Salome into English. Richard Strauss later used this play as the basis for the libretto for his famous opera of the same name" --Provided by publisher.

Marvell, Andrew, 1621-1678. To his coy mistress. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"One of Marvell's and England's best-known love lyrics. Opening lines: Had we but world enough and time, / This coyness, Lady, were no crime. .." --Provided by publisher.

Marx, Karl, 1818-1883. The communist manifesto. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Often referred to as the 'Worker's Declaration of Independence,' this is the classic document of Communism. It envisions a classless society in which personal property will be abolished" --Provided by publisher.

Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. City helped of the Lord. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A number of excerpts from Mather's history of the church in New England known as the 'Magnalia Christi Americana.' The 'Magnalia' is considered by many historians to be the only Mather work worthy of posterity. The book stresses the virtues of early New England's religious life and presents a good picture of life in colonial New England from the perspective of one who wishes to extol the 'achievements of Christ in Americမ́€� ́€”Provided by publisher.

Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. Last days of Increase Mather. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"From 'Memoirs of Remarkables in the Life and the Death of the Ever-Memorable Dr. Increase Mather.' Increase Mather, known as the most capable member of a remarkable family, was a well-known preacher who served for sixteen years as the president of Harvard College. This is Cotton Mather's tribute to his beloved father" --Provided by publisher.

Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. Of Abigail his wife. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A poem written on the death of Mather's wife, Abigail. This spiritually optimistic work offers Mather's image of heavenly glory. 'Heav'n,' he says, 'will make amends for all.' Opening lines: Go then, my Dove, but now no longer mine! Leave Earth and now in Heavenly Glory shine" --Provided by publisher.

Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. Of Beelzebub and his plot. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Four excerpts from 'The Wonders of the Invisible World,' one of Mather's best-known works focusing on witches and the supernatural. Included here, along with the title piece, are 'The Trial of George Burroughs,' 'How Martha Carrier was Tried,' and 'The Invisibilizing of Witches.' The last piece focuses on what Mather calls the grievously vexing trick of witches 'to render themselves, and their tools invisibl這́€� -Provided by publisher.

Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. Story of Margaret Rule. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"This story of a North Boston woman who was 'seized by the evil angels' long after the 'general storm of the late enchantments was over,' is an excerpt from 'More Wonders of the Invisible World.' Here Mather tells us that Margaret Rule was assaulted by eight spectres who wanted her to become a 'servant of the devil.' The event is blamed on a neighbor woman who was formerly imprisoned on suspicion of witchcraft" --Provided by publisher.

McAfee, Cleland Boyd, 1866-1944. Study of the King James Bible. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A look at the influnce of the King James Version of the Bible throughout history" --Provided by publisher.

McClure, Alexander K. (Alexander Kelly), 1828-1909. Lincoln's yarns and stories. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of the funny and witty anecdotes that made Lincoln famous as America's greatest story-teller" --Provided by publisher.

McElroy, John, 1846-1929. Andersonville. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A four-volume account based on the author's experience as a prisoner in the Confederate Andersonville camp during the American Civil War" --Provided by publisher.

McLaughlin, Marie L., 1842-. Myths and legends of the Sioux. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Stories preserved from the oral tradition of the Sioux" --Provided by publisher.

McSpadden, J. Walker (Joseph Walker), 1874-1960. Robin Hood. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Robin Hood has been a legend since the medieval period, an expert swordsman and archer. He has become known and loved as a heroic outlaw" --Provided by publisher.

Melanchthon, Philipp, 1497-1560. The apology of the Augsburg Confession. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Written as a response to the Pontifical Confutation of the Augsburg Confession, in defense of the Augsburg Confession. The Apology is divided into sections, defending specific sections of the Augsburg Confession" --Provided by publisher.

Melville, Herman, 1819-1891. Bartleby the scrivener. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A classic short story by major American author Herman Melville" --Provided by publisher.

Melville, Herman, 1819-1891. Billy Budd. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A posthumously published novella that is a study in moral contrasts. It is the story of the sailor Billy Budd who is unjustly antagonized and driven to an act of violence by Claggart, the ship's officer" --Provided by publisher.

Melville, Herman, 1819-1891. Moby Dick. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Perhaps the most renowned American novel, this classic of the whaling era tells the story of Captain Ahab and his crew's hunt for the mighty whale, Moby Dick. It is a philosophical study of good and evil" --Provided by publisher.

Melville, Herman, 1819-1891. The stone fleet. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Written in 1861 and published in 1866 in Battle-Pieces and Aspects of the War. The poem begins: 'I have a feeling for those ships, Each worn and ancient one..'"--Provided by publisher.

Melville, Herman, 1819-1891. Typee. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A novel based on Melville's experiences in the Marquesas Islands. It includes an account of his captivity among the cannibalistic Typees" --Provided by publisher.

Mencken, H. L. (Henry Louis), 1880-1956. In defense of women. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Mencken's book about gender relations and the role of women in the world" --Provided by publisher.

Meredith, George, 1828-1909. An essay on comedy and the uses of the comic spirit. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An essay exploring the nature of comedy. Meredith points out that 'Laughter makes us humań€™́€� ́€”Provided by publisher.

Midthun, Joseph. Addition. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
What is addition? -- Counting on -- Find the tens -- Doubles -- Making friendly numbers -- More friendly numbers -- Mealtime addition -- Matching and counting up -- Addition all around -- Addition facts -- Find out more -- Note to educators. "A graphic nonfiction volume that introduces critical basic addition concepts"--Provided by publisher.

Midthun, Joseph. Animal behavior. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"This graphic nonfiction book introduces behaviors and instincts that allow animals to survive in the wild. Building Blocks of Science volumes feature whimsical characters to guide young readers through topics exploring animal behavior, the cell cycle, plant and animal life cycles, and much more. The science is as sound as the presentation is fun! The volumes include a glossary, an additional resource list, and an index. Several spreads in each volume are illustrated with photographs to help clarify concepts and facts" --Provided by publisher.

Midthun, Joseph. Animal life cycles. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"This graphic nonfiction book introduces various animal life cycles, including birds, amphibians, butterflies, and mammals. Building Blocks of Science volumes feature whimsical characters to guide young readers through topics exploring animal behavior, the cell cycle, plant and animal life cycles, and much more. The science is as sound as the presentation is fun! The volumes include a glossary, an additional resource list, and an index. Several spreads in each volume are illustrated with photographs to help clarify concepts and facts" --Provided by publisher.

Midthun, Joseph. Animal structure and classification. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"This graphic nonfiction book introduces the body structures of animals and the scientific classification system. Building Blocks of Science volumes feature whimsical characters to guide young readers through topics exploring animal behavior, the cell cycle, plant and animal life cycles, and much more. The science is as sound as the presentation is fun! The volumes include a glossary, an additional resource list, and an index. Several spreads in each volume are illustrated with photographs to help clarify concepts and facts" --Provided by publisher. --Provided by publisher.

Midthun, Joseph. The cell cycle. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"This graphic nonfiction book introduces plant and animal cells and their cycles, including cell diagrams, meiosis, mitosis, and disease. Building Blocks of Science volumes feature whimsical characters to guide young readers through topics exploring animal behavior, the cell cycle, plant and animal life cycles, and much more. The science is as sound as the presentation is fun! The volumes include a glossary, an additional resource list, and an index. Several spreads in each volume are illustrated with photographs to help clarify concepts and facts" --Provided by publisher.

Midthun, Joseph. Cells to organ systems. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"This graphic nonfiction book introduces the cells, tissues, and organs of the human body. Building Blocks of Science volumes feature whimsical characters to guide young readers through topics exploring the human body systems. Full-page or full-spread diagrams detail the different parts of each body system. The science is as sound as the presentation is fun! The volumes include a glossary, an additional resource list, and an index. Several spreads in each volume are illustrated with photographs to help clarify concepts and facts" --Provided by publisher.

Midthun, Joseph. The digestive and urinary systems. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"This graphic nonfiction book introduces the digestive and urinary systems of the human body. Building Blocks of Science volumes feature whimsical characters to guide young readers through topics exploring the human body systems. Full-page or full-spread diagrams detail the different parts of each body system. The science is as sound as the presentation is fun! The volumes include a glossary, an additional resource list, and an index. Several spreads in each volume are illustrated with photographs to help clarify concepts and facts" --Provided by publisher.

Midthun, Joseph. Division. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
What is division? -- A fair share -- Trial and error -- Equal groups -- Dividing eggs -- Regrouping -- Using a number line -- Dividing money -- Remainders. "A graphic nonfiction volume that introduces critical division concepts"--Provided by publisher.

Midthun, Joseph. Electricity. Chicago, IL : World Book, c2013.
What is electricity? -- Electricity in nature -- All charged up -- Static electricity -- Current electricity -- Circuits and switches -- Conductors and insulators -- How do we use electricity? -- Generating electricity -- The invention of electric power -- Sources of electric power -- Reducing electricity use. "A graphic nonfiction volume that introduces the properties of electrical energy. Features include several photographic pages, a glossary, additional resource list, and an index"--Provided by publisher.

Midthun, Joseph. The endocrine and reproductive systems. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"This graphic nonfiction book introduces the endocrine and reproductive systems of the human body.Building Blocks of Science volumes feature whimsical characters to guide young readers through topics exploring the human body systems. Full-page or full-spread diagrams detail the different parts of each body system. The science is as sound as the presentation is fun! The volumes include a glossary, an additional resource list, and an index. Several spreads in each volume are illustrated with photographs to help clarify concepts and facts" --Provided by publisher.

Midthun, Joseph. Energy. Chicago, IL : World Book, c2013.
What is energy? -- What can energy do? -- Where does energy come from? -- Forms of energy -- Stored energy -- Changing energy -- How people use energy -- Fossil fuels -- Renewable resources -- The effects of energy use -- Reducing energy use -- The future of energy use. "A graphic nonfiction volume that introduces energy, including its forms and uses. Features include several photographic pages, a glossary, additional resource list, and an index"--Provided by publisher.

Midthun, Joseph. Fighting sickness. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"This graphic nonfiction book introduces the human body's immune response to infectious disease. Building Blocks of Science volumes feature whimsical characters to guide young readers through topics exploring the human body systems. Full-page or full-spread diagrams detail the different parts of each body system. The science is as sound as the presentation is fun! The volumes include a glossary, an additional resource list, and an index. Several spreads in each volume are illustrated with photographs to help clarify concepts and facts" --Provided by publisher.

Midthun, Joseph. Force and motion. Chicago, IL : World Book, c2013.
Force and motin -- What is a force? -- Forces all around us -- What is motion? -- Changing motion -- Staying in motio -- Friction -- Doing work -- Machines and work -- Simple machines -- Why study force and motion?. "A graphic nonfiction volume that introduces the properties of force and motion. Features include several photographic pages, a glossary, additional resource list, and an index"--.

Midthun, Joseph. Fractions. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
What are fractions? -- Fair shares -- Fraction symbols -- Common fractions -- Apples to apples -- Strange shapes -- Equivalent fractions -- Which is larger? -- Fractions all around. "A graphic nonfiction volume that introduces critical basic fraction concepts"--.

Midthun, Joseph. Gravity. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
What is gravity? -- Measuring gravity -- Mass vs. weight -- How objects fall -- Friction -- Inertia -- Gravity and the sun -- Gravity and the moon -- Gravity and the solar system -- Black holes -- Why study gravity?. "A graphic nonfiction volume that introduces the force of gravity and its effects on Earth and the universe. Features include several photographic pages, a glossary, additional resource list, and an index"--Provided by publisher.

Midthun, Joseph. Heat. Chicago, IL : World Book, c2013.
What is heat: -- How do we use heat? -- Sources of heat -- Flow of heat -- Expansion and contraction -- Physical and chemical changes -- Conduction -- Convection and radiation -- Conductors and insulators -- Why study heat?. "A graphic nonfiction volume that introduces heat energy. Features include several photographic pages, a glossary, additional resource list, and an index"--Provided by publisher.

Midthun, Joseph. Light. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
What is light? -- What are light waves? -- Absorption and reflection -- Moving light along -- Bending light -- What are colors? -- How do you see? -- How do lenses help you see? -- Invisible light -- Why study light?. "A graphic nonfiction volume that introduces the properties of light. Features include several photographic pages, a glossary, additional resource list, and an index"--Provided by publisher.

Midthun, Joseph. Magnetism. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
What is magnetism? -- Magnetic materials -- Types of magnets -- Magnetic poles -- Magnetic fields -- How do magnets work? -- Natural magnets -- How compasses use magnets -- Electricity and magnetism -- How we use electromagnetism -- Why study magnetism?. "A graphic nonfiction volume that introduces the properties of magnetism. Features include several photographic pages, a glossary, additional resource list, and an index"--Provided by publisher.

Midthun, Joseph. Matter and how it changes. Chicago, IL : World Book, c2013.
"A graphic nonfiction volume that introduces physical and chemical changes of matter. Features include several photographic pages, a glossary, additional resource list, and an index"--Provided by publisher.

Midthun, Joseph. Matter and its properties. Chicago, IL : World Book, Inc., c2013.
"A graphic nonfiction volume that introduces the properties of matter. Features include several photographic pages, a glossary, additional resource list, and an index"--Provided by publisher.

Midthun, Joseph. Multiplication. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
What is multiplication? -- Grouping numbers -- Regrouping with addition -- Drawing on doubles -- Multiplying with bees -- Change is good -- Multiplying large numbers -- Comparing -- Connecting multiplication and addition. "A graphic nonfiction volume that introduces critical multiplication concepts"--Provided by publisher.

Midthun, Joseph. The nervous system. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"This graphic nonfiction book introduces the nervous system of the human body. Building Blocks of Science volumes feature whimsical characters to guide young readers through topics exploring the human body systems. Full-page or full-spread diagrams detail the different parts of each body system. The science is as sound as the presentation is fun! The volumes include a glossary, an additional resource list, and an index. Several spreads in each volume are illustrated with photographs to help clarify concepts and facts" --Provided by publisher.

Midthun, Joseph. Numbers. Chicago : World Book, c013.
What are numbers? -- Early counting methods -- Number words -- Early number systems -- Roman numerals -- Hindu-arabic numerals -- Place value -- The invention of zero -- Why study numbers?. "A graphic nonfiction volume that introduces the history of numbers and number systems"--.

Midthun, Joseph. Plant and animal adaptations. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"This graphic nonfiction book introduces plant and animal adaptations that allow for survival in the wild. Building Blocks of Science volumes feature whimsical characters to guide young readers through topics exploring animal behavior, the cell cycle, plant and animal life cycles, and much more. The science is as sound as the presentation is fun! The volumes include a glossary, an additional resource list, and an index. Several spreads in each volume are illustrated with photographs to help clarify concepts and facts" --Provided by publisher.

Midthun, Joseph. Plant life cycles. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"This graphic nonfiction book introduces various plant life cycles, including seed plant reproduction, asexual reproduction, cross-pollination, and germination. Building Blocks of Science volumes feature whimsical characters to guide young readers through topics exploring animal behavior, the cell cycle, plant and animal life cycles, and much more. The science is as sound as the presentation is fun! The volumes include a glossary, an additional resource list, and an index. Several spreads in each volume are illustrated with photographs to help clarify concepts and facts" --Provided by publisher.

Midthun, Joseph. Plant structure and classification. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"This graphic nonfiction book introduces the body structures of plants and the scientific classification system. Building Blocks of Science volumes feature whimsical characters to guide young readers through topics exploring animal behavior, the cell cycle, plant and animal life cycles, and much more. The science is as sound as the presentation is fun! The volumes include a glossary, an additional resource list, and an index. Several spreads in each volume are illustrated with photographs to help clarify concepts and facts" --Provided by publisher.

Midthun, Joseph. The respiratory system. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"This graphic nonfiction book introduces the respiratory system in the human body. Building Blocks of Science volumes feature whimsical characters to guide young readers through topics exploring the human body systems. Full-page or full-spread diagrams detail the different parts of each body system. The science is as sound as the presentation is fun! The volumes include a glossary, an additional resource list, and an index. Several spreads in each volume are illustrated with photographs to help clarify concepts and facts" --Provided by publisher.

Midthun, Joseph. The skeletal and muscular systems. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"This graphic nonfiction book introduces the skeletal and muscular systems of the human body. Building Blocks of Science volumes feature whimsical characters to guide young readers through topics exploring the human body systems. Full-page or full-spread diagrams detail the different parts of each body system. The science is as sound as the presentation is fun! The volumes include a glossary, an additional resource list, and an index. Several spreads in each volume are illustrated with photographs to help clarify concepts and facts" --Provided by publisher.

Midthun, Joseph. Sound. Chicago : World Book, 2013.
"A graphic nonfiction volume that introduces sound energy. Features include several photographic pages, a glossary, additional resource list, and an index"--Provided by publisher.

Midthun, Joseph. Subtraction. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
What is subtraction? -- Counting back -- Regrouping -- Number lines -- Using doubles -- An unknown change -- Counting back, counting up -- Matching and counting up -- Subtraction all around. "A graphic nonfiction volume that introduces critical basic subtraction concepts"--.

Midthun, Joseph. Traits and heredity. Chicago : World Book, c2015.
"This graphic nonfiction book introduces how genes impact an organism's inherited traits, including variation, hybrids, mutations, and nature versus nurture. Building Blocks of Science volumes feature whimsical characters to guide young readers through topics exploring animal behavior, the cell cycle, plant and animal life cycles, and much more. The science is as sound as the presentation is fun! The volumes include a glossary, an additional resource list, and an index. Several spreads in each volume are illustrated with photographs to help clarify concepts and facts" --Provided by publisher.

Mill, John Stuart, 1806-1873. The contest in America. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A justification of the American Civil War, considering the price paid worth the abolition of slavery" --Provided by publisher.

Mill, John Stuart, 1806-1873. Principles of political economy. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A mid-19th century textbook regarding that touches on issues such as the system of trade between countries, class warfare, the functions of government, labor, property rights, the distribution of currency, and political systems like communism, socialism" --Provided by publisher.

Mill, John Stuart, 1806-1873. Socialism. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Mill's essay on present society and his idea of socialism" --Provided by publisher.

Mill, John Stuart, 1806-1873. Utilitarianism. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Utilitarianism was the term coined by Mill to state his doctrine that a right action is one that makes for 'the greatest happiness of the greatest number.' This essay explicitly states his theory" --Provided by publisher.

Millay, Edna St. Vincent, 1892-1950. The lamp and the bell. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A play in verse" --Provided by publisher.

Milton, John, 1608-1674. Comus. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"One of Milton's minor poems. Written for his friend, Henry Lawes, as a libretto for an entertainment. The largest of his minor works" --Provided by publisher.

Milton, John, 1608-1674. Minor poems by Milton. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Milton's poems about holy or religious music" --Provided by publisher.

Milton, John, 1608-1674. Paradise lost. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Considered the greatest English literary epic. A twelve-book treatment of man's temptation and fall at the hands of Satan" --Provided by publisher.

Milton, John, 1608-1674. Paradise regained. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
Deals with Christ's struggle against Satan and the resistance of temptation. It expands upon the New Testament.--Provided by publisher.

Milton, John, 1608-1674. Poemata : Latin, Greek and Italian poems. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An epitaph written shortly after the death of Jane Paulet, the Marchioness of Winchester, who died in childbirth at the age of twenty-three" --Provided by publisher.

Milton, John, 1608-1674. The poetical works of John Milton. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A collection featuring the poetry of John Milton" --Provided by publisher.

Moliere, 1622-1673. The middle-class gentleman. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A five-act ballet satirizing the social ambitions of the bourgeoisie" --Provided by publisher.

Montgomery, L. M. (Lucy Maud), 1874-1942. Anne of Avonlea. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Anne of Avonlea is the sequel to Lucy M. Montgomery's Anne of Green Gables. In this volume, Anne becomes a teacher near Green Gables and has a romance with a childhood friend" --Provided by publisher.

Montgomery, L. M. (Lucy Maud), 1874-1942. Anne of Green Gables. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The title character, an orphan who lives a life of drudgery, finds a home on a farm with a strict but kind woman and her understanding brother. A perennial favorite" --Provided by publisher.

Montgomery, L. M. (Lucy Maud), 1874-1942. Chronicles of Avonlea. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Often marketed as part of the Anne Shirley series, Chronicles of Avonlea is a collection of short stories relating to the Anne of Green Gables series" --Provided by publisher.

Mooney, James, 1861-1921. The sacred formulas of the Cherokees. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An ethnological work based on Mooney's experiences among the Cherokee. The book records 28 sacred formulas from prayers and songs for medicine, hunting, love, and other everyday needs. It is one of the first recorded sources on Cherokee tradition" --Provided by publisher.

More, Thomas, Saint, 1478-1535. Dialogue of comfort against tribulation. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A devotional written while More was in the Tower of London, where he had been imprisoned by King Henry VIII for refusing to support the King's annulment" --Provided by publisher.

More, Thomas, Saint, 1478-1535. Utopia. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A fictional depiction of an island with a perfected society, describing how the society functioned. The book popularized the concept of Utopian and dystopian fiction. "--Provided by publisher.

Muir, John, 1838-1914. Steep trails. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A collection of nature essays" --Provided by publisher.

Myers, F. W. H. (Frederic William Henry), 1843-1901. Wordsworth. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A literary criticism on the works of William Wordsworth" --Provided by publisher.

Nicolay, Helen, 1866-1954. The boys' life of Abraham Lincoln. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A biography of Abraham Lincoln, written by the daughter of one of his assistants" --Provided by publisher.

Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm, 1844-1900. Beyond good and evil. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Expanding the ideas Nietzsche put forth in Thus Spoke Zarathustra, Beyond Good and Evil criticizes philosophers for blindly accepting some theories as truths, such as the belief that an evil man has the opposite impulses of a good man" --Provided by publisher.

Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm, 1844-1900. Thus spake Zarathustra : a book for all and none. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"An allegorical work discussing people's lack of faith in the world" --Provided by publisher.

Nukariya, Kaiten. The religion of the samurai. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An examination of Buddhism and Zen philosophies, and their impact on and adoption by the Samurai" --Provided by publisher.

Olcott, Henry Steel, 1832-1907. Buddha : its life and lessons. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The story of Gautama Buddha and his teachings, as told by an American convert to Buddhism" --Provided by publisher.

Omar Khayya?m, 1048-1122. Rubaiyat. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Omar's best-known work is a collection of epigrammatic quatrains (Arabic 'rubai' = 'quatrain'). Never popular in his own country, Omar's poems are more widely known to English readers through Edward Fitzgerald's brilliant nineteenth century translation, the fifth edition of which is presented here" --Provided by publisher.

Ovid, 43 B.C.-17 A.D. or 18 A.D. Metamorphoses. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
Ovid's greatest work is a narrative poem that deals with mythological legends of miraculous transformations from creation to the time of Julius Caesar.--Provided by publisher.

Paine, Albert Bigelow, 1861-1937. Mark Twain : a biography. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A biography of Mark Twain, based on his writings" --Provided by publisher.

Pasachoff, Naomi E. Albert Einstein : with profiles of Isaac Newton and J. Robert Oppenheimer. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
Profile: Isaac Newton -- Albert Einstein. Chronology and introduction to Einstein's life ; A youth of learning and imagination ; Einstein's year of miracles ; From the special to the general theory of relativity ; A celebrity among founding fathers ; From sober scientist to political activist ; Einstein in America ; A legacy of science and humanity -- Profile: J. Robert Oppenheimer. "A biography of Albert Einstein, with profiles of two prominent individuals, who are associated through the influences they had on one another, the successes they achieved, or the goals they worked toward. Includes recommended readings and web sites"--Provided by publisher.

Pasteur, Louis, 1822-1895. Extension of the germ theory to the etiology of common diseases. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Louis Pasteur's paper illustrating his observations on experiments on germ theory" --Provided by publisher.

Pattison, Mark, 1813-1884. Milton. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A biography of John Milton's life experiences and writing" --Provided by publisher.

Plato. Apology, Crito , and Phaedo of Socrates. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An account of Socrates' defense of himself during his trial for impiety and the corruption of youth that some believe may be an actual record, as recalled by Plato, of the words Socrates spoke" --Provided by publisher.

Plato. Cratylus. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Thought by some to be the highest point reached by the science of language in antiquity. It deals with the importance of dialectic and the contrast between Heracliteanism and Eleaticism" --Provided by publisher.

Plato. Critias. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"An unfinished fragment. This dialogue was to have been part of a planned trilogy in which Plato intended to depict the ideal state described in the Republic" --Provided by publisher.

Plato. Theaetetus. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The embodiment of the philosophic nature described in the Republic. Theaetetus, one of Plato's dialectical dialogues, marks a great advance in his clearness of metaphysical and psychological expression" --Provided by publisher.

Plato. Gorgias. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Plato asserts the absolute supremacy of justice through the dramatic portraiture of Socrates in his opposition to the world" --Provided by publisher.

Plato. Laws. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Plato concentrated his declining powers on recording a code of laws which he hoped some Hellenic state might sanction. The Laws were thought to have been in the process of publication at the time of his death" --Provided by publisher.

Plato. Lysis. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Socrates, Lysis, and Menexenus try to define friendship. The dialogue leads to a confession of ignorance" --Provided by publisher.

Plato. Menexenus. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A dialogue between Socrates and Menexenus (not to be confused with Socrates's son Menexenus). Most of the dialogue consists of a funeral oration" --Provided by publisher.

Plato. Parmenides. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A dialogue in which old Parmenides advises the youthful Socrates to argue by the Zenonian method. This is one of Plato's dialectical dialogues" --Provided by publisher.

Plato. Phaedrus. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Called by some an unphilosophical work, Phaedrus anticipates much that Plato would later elaborate and retains some things which he would eventually eliminate" --Provided by publisher.

Plato. Protagoras. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A dialogue between Socrates and Protagoras, a professor of popular, unscientific, self-complacent excellence. The two argue over whether virtue can be taught" --Provided by publisher.

Plato. The republic. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Plato's most renowned work, the Republic is a dialogue in which Plato strives to define the nature of justice through the imaginary creation of an ideal community in which perfect life could flourish" --Provided by publisher.

Plato. Sophist. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A standing protest against the error of marring the finely-graduated lineaments of truth, thus destroying the vitality of thought. This is one of Plato's dialectical dialogues" --Provided by publisher.

Plato. Symposium. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A description of a banquet held to honor Agathon's first victory at a dramatic festival in Athens. It deals with ideal love and is presented through brief orations of a variety of characters" --Provided by publisher.

Poe, Edgar Allan, 1809-1849. The raven. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Poe's best-known poem which gained him instant renown. Opening lines: Once upon a midnight dreary, while I pondered weak and weary, / Over many a quaint and curious volume of forgotten lore" --Provided by publisher.

Poe, Edgar Allan, 1809-1849. The works of Edgar Allan Poe. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The collected works of Edgar Allan Poe, including 'The Raven,' 'The Tell-tale Heart,' and 'The Fall of the House of Usher'" --Provided by publisher.

Poe, Edgar Allan, 1809-1849. The works of Edgar Allan Poe. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"This volume of Poe's works include many of his better-known short stories. Found in it is: 'The Purloined Letter,' 'The Black Cat,' 'The Tell-Tale Heart,' 'Berenice,' 'Eleonora,' and 'Mesmeric Revelation'" --Provided by publisher.

Poe, Edgar Allan, 1809-1849. The works of Edgar Allan Poe. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"This volume of Poe's collected works only holds the novel The Narrative of A. Gordon Pym" --Provided by publisher.

Poe, Edgar Allan, 1809-1849. The works of Edgar Allan Poe. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"This volume of Poe's works contains the following: 'The Devil in the Belfry,' 'Lionzing,' 'Metzengerstein,' 'The Oblong Box,' 'The Business Man,' 'The Power of Words,' 'The Colloquy of Monos and Una,' and 'The Conversation of Eiros and Charmion'" --Provided by publisher.

Poe, Edgar Allan, 1809-1849. The works of Edgar Allan Poe. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"This volume of Poe's short stories contains the following: 'Philosophy of Furniture,' 'Hop-Frog,' 'Never Bet the Devil You Head,' 'The Raven,' 'Annabel Lee,' 'A valentine,' 'To Frances S. Osgood,' and 'El Dorado'" --Provided by publisher.

Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. An essay on man. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Pope's best-known and most frequently quoted poem. Opening lines of Epistle I: Awake, my St. John! leave all meaner things / To low ambition, and the pride of kings. .." --Provided by publisher.

Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. The poetical works of Alexander Pope. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"This collection of poetry includes:, 'Spring, the First Pastoral, or Damon', 'Messiah; An Essay on Criticism', 'The Rape of the Lock', 'Ode on St. Cecilia's Day', 'Elegy to the Memory of an Unfortunate Lady', 'The Temple of Fame', 'Eloisa to Abelard', 'On Charles Earl of Dorset'--Provided by publisher.

Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. Poetical works of Alexander Pope. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"This collection of Pope's works includes moral essays, translations, and imitations in addition to poems" --Provided by publisher.

Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. The rape of the lock and other poems. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"This works includes 'The Rape of the Lock' and the following:, 'An Essay on Criticism', 'Ode on Solitude', 'The Descent of Dullness', 'Epitaph on Gaý€™́€� - Provided by publisher.

Radcliffe, Ann Ward, 1764-1823. The mysteries of Udolpho. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A Gothic novel, following the life of Emily St. Aubert and her adventures with supernatural terrors, her father's death, and robbery. It is Radcliffe's fourth novel, and her most popular" --Provided by publisher.

Rappoport, Bernice. Backyard bugs. Chicago : World Book, c2014.
?"Learn about the life cycle of butterflies, the process bees go through to make honey, and many other intersesting facts about insects and their habitats" --Provided by publisher.

Richards, Laura Elizabeth Howe, 1850-1943. Marie. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The second book in the Melody Series, which contains Melody, Marie, Bethsada Pool, and Rosin the Beau" --Provided by publisher.

Robinson, Fay. Into the rain forest. Chicago : World Book, c2014.
"Introduces the physical characterisitcs and habits of a variety of jungle aninals" --Provided by publisher.

Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919. The right of the people to rule. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A speech given by Theodore Roosevelt on March 20, 1912 at New York City's Carnegie Hall. Roosevelt was a presidential candidate that year for the 'Bull Moose' Progressive Party. The speech reaffirms Roosevelt's faith in the wisdom and responsibility of American citizens to govern themselves" --Provided by publisher.

Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919. Rough Riders. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Theodore Roosevelt's account of the Rough Riders, a crew of cowboys, Ivy Leagers, Native Americans, African Americans, and speculators assembled by Roosevelt, trained in Texas, and then shipped to Cuba to fight in the Spanish American War. The group fought valiantly and met with huge acclaim upon their return to America" --Provided by publisher.

Rossetti, Christina Georgina, 1830-1894. Goblin market and other poems. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Rosetti's first collection of poetry, containing 'Goblin Market,' 'Up-hill,' 'The Convent Threshold,' and others" --Provided by publisher.

Rossetti, Dante Gabriel, 1828-1882. The house of life. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of sonnets by Dante Gabriel Rossetti" --Provided by publisher.

Schuldt, Lori Meek. Golda Meir : with profiles of David Ben-Gurion and Yitzhak Rabin. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
Profile : David Ben-Gurion -- Golda Meir. Chronology and introduction to Meir's life ; Goldie in the Goldena Medina ; Immigration to Palestine ; Zionist leadership ; Serving the new nation ; Prime minister -- Profile : Yitzhak Rabin. A biography of Golda Meir, the Ukrainian-born fourth and only female prime minister of Israel, with profiles of David Ben-Gurion, Israel's first prime minister, and Yitzhak Rabin, the first prime minister born in what is now Israel. As well as feeling pride as leaders of the people of Israel, all three experienced a special connection to the land itself, having spent time early in their careers in communal farm settlements known as kibbutzim.

Schuldt, Lori Meek. Martin Luther King, Jr. : with profiles of Mohandas K. Gandhi and Nelson Mandela. Chicago : World Book, c2013.
Profile : Mohandas K. Gandhi -- Martin Luther King, Jr. chronology and introduction to King's life ; Early life ; Early civil rights activities ; Major victories for King and the civil rights movement, 1963-1965 ; Later civil rights activities -- Profile : Nelson Mandela. "A biography of Martin Luther King, Jr., with profiles of two prominent individuals, associated through the influences they had on one another, the successes they achieved, or the goals they worked toward. Includes recommended readings and web sites"--Provided by publisher.

Scott, Walter, 177-1832. Ivanhoe. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The famous novel chronicling one of the remaining Saxon noble families. It is considered to be the work that romanticized the middle ages" --Provided by publisher.

Scott, Walter, 1771-1832. The lady of the lake. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Drawing its name from the Lady of the Lake in the King Arthur legends, this narrative poem is set in Scotland and contains three main stories: the quest to win the love of Ellen Douglas, the feuding of King James V and James Douglas, and a war between the lowland Scots and the highland clans" --Provided by publisher.

Scott, Walter, 1771-1832. Rob Roy. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A historical novel featuring the legendary Scottish outlaw Rob Roy MacGregor" --Provided by publisher.

Scott, Walter, 1771-1832. Waverley. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The novel by Walter Scott begins in 1745 and is stationed in Scotland. Waverley becomes involved with two women, Rose Bradley and Flora MacIvor as well as several freebooters and Jacobites. Certain of his associations are politically unwise and, eventually, he is accused falsely and arrested for fomenting mutiny in his regiment" --Provided by publisher.

Shakespeare (spurious and doubtful works), 1564-1616. The two noble kinsmen. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A Jacobean tragicomedy in which the plot is based on 'The Knight's Tale' in Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales. The play introduces typical aspects of knighthood such as courtly love and ethical dilemmas" --Provided by publisher.

Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Antony and Cleopatra. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The renowned tragedy of the love affair of Marc Antony and Cleopatra" --Provided by publisher.

Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Richard III. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A historical tragedy - the villainous Richard, the duke of Gloucester, schemes to inherit the crown, ruthlessly eliminating anyone who hinders his progress" --Provided by publisher.

Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. The comedy of errors. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A comedy about twins with the same name, Antipholus. Separated in infancy by a shipwreck, they later search for one another, each with the aid of a slave named Dromio, also twins" --Provided by publisher.

Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Cymbeline. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A comedy - the story of Cymbeline, a mythical King of England and his family: Imogen his daughter, her husband Posthumus, and and her brothers" --Provided by publisher.

Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Hamlet, Prince of Denmark. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Shakespeare's most famous tragedy - the story of Hamlet's revenge for the murder of his father, the king. Much of the play's renown rests on the thoughtful nature of its title character" --Provided by publisher.

Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Henry VI, part 3. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Henry VI, Part 1-3 is a history play by William Shakespeare set during the lifetime of King Henry VI of England. The three parts comprise of major events during Henry VI's reign: the loss of England's French territories, the King's inability to quell the bickering of his nobles, The War of the Roses, and the horrific aftermath of that conflict" --Provided by publisher.

Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Henry VIII. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The history of of Henry VIII's love for Anne Bullen, and his efforts to divorce his wife Katharine" --Provided by publisher.

Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Julius Caesar. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A tragedy that tells of Caesar's murder at the hands of a group of conspirators led by Brutus and Cassius. Marc Antony delivers a rousing oration at Caesar's funeral and drives the assassins out of Rome" --Provided by publisher.

Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. King Henry IV, second part. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Henry IV, Parts I and II, is the title of two related historical dramas by the English dramatist William Shakespeare" --Provided by publisher.

Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. King John. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A history depicting King John's efforts to fend off Arthur, the Duke of Brittany, who is pursuing John's throne" --Provided by publisher.

Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. King Lear. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A tragedy in which King Lear decides to divide his kingdom among his daughters according to their declarations of love for him. King Lear is a noble study of the human spirit" --Provided by publisher.

Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. The life of Timon of Athens. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A tragedy in which Timon loses his wealth and finds that he has lost his friends as well. He leaves Athens to live in a cave where he finds a treasure and meets the banished general, Alcibiades" --Provided by publisher.

Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Love's labour's lost. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The comedy of Ferdinand, King of Navarre, and his three friends who pledge to study for three years and avoid women. Their plan changes when a French Princess arrives with three ladies" --Provided by publisher.

Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. All's well that ends well. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A comedy - the story of Helena and how she eventually wins the love of her husband, Bertram. This play is a retelling of a familiar legend, taken from Boccaccio's Decameron" --Provided by publisher.

Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Macbeth. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A tragedy - the story of Macbeth and the violent nature of his royal ambitions. This play, rich in the supernatural, is Shakespeare's shortest and contains many of his most famous scenes" --Provided by publisher.

Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Measure for measure. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A comedy in which Angelo is deputized to oversee the enforcement of Vienna's long-ignored laws by Duke Vincentio - Vincentio claims to leave the city, but remains, disguised as a Friar" --Provided by publisher.

Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. The merchant of Venice. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A comedy in which Bassanio wishes to travel to see his love, Portia. The trip is financed by Antonio, Merchant of Venice, who borrows money from Shylock in exchange for a pound of flesh" --Provided by publisher.

Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. A midsummer night's dream. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
One wedding turns into three - a light-hearted comedy about love and fairies that may be the most purely romantic of all of Shakespeare's comedies.--Provided by publisher.

Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Much ado about nothing. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A comedy which focuses on two plots: One is the love affair between the reluctant Beatrice and the confirmed bachelor Benedick, and the other is the courtship between Hero and Claudio" --Provided by publisher.

Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Coriolanus. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The tragedy of Coriolanus, a Roman patrician, who is persuaded to seek election to the consulship and then driven from the city" --Provided by publisher.

Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Othello, the Moor of Venice. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The Moor of Venice (1604) - the tragedy of Othello, a Moorish general who has chosen Cassio as his lieutenant. His ensign, Iago, feels slighted and plots his revenge against Cassio and Othello" --Provided by publisher.

Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Pericles Prince of Tyre. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A drama in which Pericles believes his wife and daughter have died. They are later reunited. This play was written in collaboration with another writer, possibly George Wilkins" --Provided by publisher.

Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Richard II. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Shakespeare's play about King Richard II. The first part of the Henriad" --Provided by publisher.

Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Romeo and Juliet. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A romantic tragedy. One of Shakespeare's most popular works - the story of the passionate love affair between Romeo and Juliet whose families, the Montagues and Capulets, are feuding" --Provided by publisher.

Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Shakespeare's sonnets. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A loosely related series of one hundred fifty-four Sonnets. The first part of the collection is addressed to a young friend; the last part is addressed to a mysterious 'dark lady.'" --Provided by publisher.

Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. The taming of the shrew. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A comedy in which the 'shrew,' Katherina must marry before her young, desirable sister, Bianca. Petruchio weds Katherina, 'tames' her, and clears the way for Bianca's marriage to Lucentio" --Provided by publisher.

Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. The tempest. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Shakespeare's last play is a romantic fantasy about a magician who rules over an enchanted island with his daughter. Considered his most beautiful work, it is a rare reflection of his views on life" --Provided by publisher.

Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. The tragedy of Titus Andronicus. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A tragedy in which Titus returns to Rome from a war with the Goths, having taken their Queen, Tamora and her three sons as prisoners. Titus kills one of Tamora's sons which leads to more killing" --Provided by publisher.

Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Troilus and Cressida. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A tragedy which depicts Troilus, a Trojan Prince, and his discovery that his beloved Cressida is being unfaithful" --Provided by publisher.

Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Twelfth night. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A comedy in which Sebastian and his twin sister Viola are shipwrecked and each believes the other dead" --Provided by publisher.

Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. The two gentlemen of Verona. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"An early Shakespearean comedy which depicts the friendship between Valentine and Proteus which later turns into a rivalry over a woman" --Provided by publisher.

Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. The winter's tale. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A comedy--Polixenes, King of Bohemia, visits Sicily at the invitation of his friend, King Leontes, who becomes unduly jealous when his wife urges Polixenes to extend his stay" --Provided by publisher.

Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Henry IV, part 1. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
Shakespeare's play focusing on King Henry's problems with rebellion.--Provided by publisher.

Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Henry V. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The history of the life of Henry V after his coronation and his pursuit of the French throne. The early days of Henry's life are depicted in the two parts of Henry IV" --Provided by publisher.

Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. As you like it. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A comedy which contrasts the corruption of the court and the innocence of the country. The plot centers on Rosalind and her family" --Provided by publisher.

Shaw, Bernard, 1856-1950. Man and superman. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A play about the eternal pursuit of the male by the female. This comedy includes the famous 'Don Juan in Hell' scene (an episode that is often acted separately), and the 'Revolutionist's Handbook'" --Provided by publisher.

Shaw, Bernard, 1856-1950. Pygmalion. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"One of Shaw's most famous plays. Professor Henry Higgins, the Pygmalion, transforms a Cockney flower girl, Eliza Doolittle, into a lady. This play was later made into the musical comedy, 'My Fair Lady'" --Provided by publisher.

Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft, 1797-1851. Frankenstein. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Shelley's most famous novel is the well-known story of a monster whose body is constructed out of parts of corpses by Victor Frankenstein, a brilliant inventor. The monster is commonly called Frankenstein after his creator, but Shelley actually gave him no name" --Provided by publisher.

Shelley, Percy Bysshe, 1792-1822. The complete poetical works of Percy Bysshe Shelley. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"While his moods changed over the course of his literary career, the intensity of his feelings were consistent, if not always comprehensible" --Provided by publisher.

Sherman, William T. (William Tecumseh), 1820-1891. Memoirs of General William T. Sherman, complete. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An autobiographical work by General William Tecumseh Sherman, a Civil War Union general. His Memoirs is one of the best first-hand accounts of the war" --Provided by publisher.

Sinclair, Upton, 1878-1968. Damaged goods. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A story about the consequences to a young couple from the mistake of the husband" --Provided by publisher.

Sinclair, Upton, 1878-1968. The jungle. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Sinclair's most famous novel follows the struggles of Lithuanian immigrant Jurgis Rudkus and his family as they try to make a living in the Chicago stockyards. This brutally realistic novel shocked the public and influenced the passing of the Pure Food and Drug Act" --Provided by publisher.

Sophocles. Ajax. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Sophocles' earliest extant work is a tragedy about Ajax, a famous hero of the Trojan War. Put under a spell by a goddess, he tortures and slaughters sheep which he has mistaken for humans" --Provided by publisher.

Sophocles. Antigone. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Oedipus' sons kill each other; Eteocles is buried with honors, while King Creon decrees that Polynieces' corpse should rot in the open air. Antigone buries her brother and is condemned to death" --Provided by publisher.

Sophocles. Trachiniae. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A dramatization of Heracles' (Hercules) marriage to Queen Deianeira. The Trachiniae tells the story of Heracles' death" --Provided by publisher.

Sophocles, 495? BC-406 BC. King Oedipus. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Oedipus was a king of Thebes in Greek mythology" --Provided by publisher.

Spooner, Lysander, 1808-1887. An essay on the trial by jury. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An essay discussing what Common Law trial by jury is" --Provided by publisher.

Spooner, Lysander, 1808-1887. The unconstitutionality of slavery. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Spooner's pamphlet, arguing that slavery is against the United States Constitution by looking at the text and subtext of that document" --Provided by publisher.

Stein, Gertrude, 1874-1946. Geography and plays. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of essays, short stories, and poetry. Some of the works included are:, 'Susie Asado', 'Italians', 'The History of Belmonte', 'England', 'Mallorcan Stories', 'The King or Something', 'A Poem About Walberg', 'Turkey Bones and Eating and We Liked It. A Play', 'He Said it. Monologue', 'Accents in Alsace. A Reasonable Tragedy', 'the Psychology of Nations or What Are You Looking At'"--Provided by publisher.

Stein, Gertrude, 1874-1946. Tender buttons. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A nearly stream-of-conscious work emphasizing the sounds of words, rather than the logical context" --Provided by publisher.

Stein, Gertrude, 1874-1946. Three lives. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Gertrude Stein's first published book, telling three separate stories of working-class women in Baltimore: 'The Good Anna,' 'Melanctha,' and 'The Gentle Lena'" --Provided by publisher.

Stephenson, Nathaniel W. (Nathaniel Wright), 1867-1935. Abraham Lincoln and the union. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A historical account of Abraham Lincoln's role in the American Civil War, and an explanation of the success of his presidency" --Provided by publisher.

Stephenson, Nathaniel W. (Nathaniel Wright), 1867-1935. The day of the Confederacy. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A historical work about the Confederate states during the American Civil War" --Provided by publisher.

Stephenson, Nathaniel W. (Nathaniel Wright), 1867-1935. Lincoln : an account of his personal life. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An account of Lincoln's personal Life, especially of its springs of action as revealed and deepened by the ordeal of war" --Provided by publisher.

Sterne, Laurence, 1713-1768. The life and opinions of Tristram Shandy, gentleman. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A comical novel full of story deviations. Most scenes within recount comical misunderstandings or domestic problems" --Provided by publisher.

Stevenson, Robert Louis, 1850-1894. The strange case of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A novella about a London lawyer investigating peculiar happenings involving Dr. Henry Jekyll and Edward Hyde, who turn out to be opposite personalities of the same person" --Provided by publisher.

Stevenson, Robert Louis, 1850-1894. Treasure Island. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"One of the world's most popular boys' adventure stories. Told through the eyes of Jim Hawkins, a young man, it introduces a number of other memorable characters, including Long John Silver" --Provided by publisher.

Stoker, Bram, 1847-1912. Dracula. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A classic in the Gothic novel genre, Dracula has become the standard version of the vampire legend in Western culture. A horribly exciting and realistic work, it is written in the form of letters and diary entries" --Provided by publisher.

Stowe, Harriet Beecher, 1811-1896. Uncle Tom's cabin. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The story of the suffering of the old slave, Uncle Tom. This work secured immediate and lasting fame for Stowe and served to solidify Northern resolve against slavery" --Provided by publisher.

Sunzi, active 6th century B.C. The art of war. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Although The Art of War is composed of only about 6,000 Chinese characters, it is considered by many to be the greatest book on strategy and strategic thinking ever written. Interestingly, there is no mention anywhere in the work of defensive warfare. The translator for this edition is Lionel Giles" --Provided by publisher.

Swift, Jonathan, 1667-1745. Gulliver's travels. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Swift's most famous and enduring work is a political and social satire about man's abuse of his greatest gift, human reasoning. It is written in the form of a travel journal" --Provided by publisher.

Swift, Jonathan, 1667-1745. A modest proposal. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A pamphlet mocking the Whig economists in Ireland. It is a bitingly satirical work that recommends fattening and eating children in order to keep them from being a burden to their parents" --Provided by publisher.

Tarkington, Booth, 1869-1946. Alice Adams. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Set in the American Midwest after World War I, Alice Adams follows a young woman as she tries to rise above her poor social status to marry a wealthy young man" --Provided by publisher.

Tarkington, Booth, 1869-1946. The magnificent Ambersons. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Following the Amberson family after the Civil War, The Magnificent Ambersons follows the decline of the family as the country experiences rapid industrialization" --Provided by publisher.

Tarkington, Booth, 1869-1946. Penrod. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A collection of shot stories following a Tom Sawyer-like character named Penrod" --Provided by publisher.

Tarkington, Booth, 1869-1946. Penrod and Sam. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A sequel to his novel Penrod, Tarkington this time looks in depth at the relationship between Penrod and hs friend Sam" --Provided by publisher.

Tennyson, Alfred Tennyson, Baron, 1809-1892. Enoch Arden, &c. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A heroic narrative poem about Enoch Arden, a merchant sailor who get shipwrecked on a deserted island. Eventually, he returns to find life moved on without him" --Provided by publisher.

Tennyson, Alfred Tennyson, Baron, 1809-1892. Idylls of the king. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The first segment of Tennyson's ten-part poetic retelling of the Arthurian Legend was not published until Robert Browning was fifty years of age. The work, which follows the life of King Arthur, Lancelot, Guinevere and the Knight of the Round Table at Camelot consists of the following books: The Coming of Arthur, Gareth and The Holy Grail, Pelleas and Etarre, The Last Tournament, Guinevere, and The Passing of Arthur" --Provided by publisher.

Tennyson, Alfred Tennyson, Baron, 1809-1892. The princess. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A comical poem set in blank verse about a princess fleeing the world of men and a prince who tries to rescue her" --Provided by publisher.

Terry, Ellen, 1847-1928. The story of my life. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An autobiographical work by Shakespearean actress Ellen Terry" --Provided by publisher.

Thackeray, William Makepeace, 1811-1863. Barry Lyndon. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A picaresque novel based on the life of Andrew Robinson Stoney, an Anglo-Irish fortune-hunter" --Provided by publisher.

Thackeray, William Makepeace, 1811-1863. The book of snobs. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A satirical collection of works that offers a look into 18th century society and those that believe themselves to be better than others, ranging from the upper to lower class" --Provided by publisher.

Thackeray, William Makepeace, 1811-1863. Pendennis. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A satirical novel depicting an English gentleman, Arthur Pendennis, who leaves the country to join society in London. The book draws out the flaws in humanity and high society" --Provided by publisher.

Thackeray, William Makepeace, 1811-1863. Vanity fair. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A satire of society in early 19th century Britain" --Provided by publisher.

Thayer, William Roscoe, 1859-1923. Theodore Roosevelt : an intimate biography. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A biography of Theodore Roosevelt, written by a schoolmate from Harvard" --Provided by publisher.

Thompson, E. L., 1953-. Cesar Chavez, with profiles of Terence V. Powderly and Dolores Huerta. Chicago, IL : World Book, Inc., c2013.
Profile : Terence V. Powderly -- Cesar Chavez. Chronology and introduction to Chavez's life ; The early years ; Education of an organizer ; The birth of la causa ; Union strikes and civil rights ; Struggles with the Teamsters ; Winning awards and settling old scores -- Profile : Dolores Huerta. A biography of Cesar Chavez, social activist, union organizer, and spokesperson for the poor. Also profiled are Terence V. Powderly, who led the Knights of Labor, one of the most important early labor organizations in the United States, and Dolores Huerta, who worked with Cesar Chavez to found and organize what would become the United Farm Workers of America, and who has also encouraged Hispanic American women to run for office.

Thoreau, Henry David, 1817-1862. Civil disobedience. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Thoreau's premise is 'that government is best which governs least.' This essay would later influence Mahatma Gandhi's non-resistance doctrine in India" --Provided by publisher.

Thoreau, Henry David, 1817-1862. A plea for Captain John Brown. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Captain John Brown raided the United States arsenal at Harper's Ferry as a first step toward inciting an armed slave revolt. Thoreau's plea is for Brown's cause, character, and life" --Provided by publisher.

Thoreau, Henry David, 1817-1862. Slavery in Massachusetts. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An essay that was originally delivered as a speech. Thoreau urges the repeal of the Fugitive Slave Law, argues against racism, and expresses his rage against the public's lack of concern" --Provided by publisher.

Thoreau, Henry David, 1817-1862. Walden. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Thoreau's most famous work describes his experiment in essential living in a cabin at Walden Pond. It sets forth his philosophies and urges that life should be lived more simply" --Provided by publisher.

Thoreau, Henry David, 1817-1862. Walking. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Thoreau's essay about the relationship between nature and civilization" --Provided by publisher.

Tolstoy, Leo, graf, 1828-1910. Anna Karenina. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"One of Tolstoy's major works - the story of of the tragic love of Anna Karenina, and, concurrently, a philosophy of life dramatized through the happy marriage of Konstantin Levin" --Provided by publisher.

Tolstoy, Leo, graf, 1828-1910. War and peace. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Often called the greatest novel ever written, it deals with Russia's defense against Napoleon's invading army. It is said the entire range of human experience finds expression in this masterwork" --Provided by publisher.

Tower, Willis E. (Willis Eugene), 1871-. Physics. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collobration of essays and lectures on Physics, including energy, electirc current and magnetism, light, sound, and the mechanics of gasses and liquids" --Provided by publisher.

Truth, Sojourner, 1797-1883. The narrative of Sojourner Truth. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Sojourner Truth dictated her life memoirs to her friend Olive Gilbert, and in 1850, William Lloyd Garrison privately published her book" --Provided by publisher.

Twain, Mark, 1835-1910. A burlesque autobiography. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A completely fictional autobiographical work, which ends abruptly as the author openly abandons all hope of resolving the crisis. Twain was not fond of the work, and destroyed the printing plates of the book two years after its publication" --Provided by publisher.

Twain, Mark, 1835-1910. The adventures of Huckleberry Finn. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"This sequel to Tom Sawyer is considered one of the greatest American novels. Twain drew on his own boyhood on the Mississippi for this enduring tale of Huck Finn and the runaway slave, Jim" --Provided by publisher.

Twain, Mark, 1835-1910. The adventures of Tom Sawyer. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Recounts the adventures of Tom Sawyer, a boy who could not stay out of trouble, and his friend Huckleberry Finn. Twain wrote three sequels to this classic story of life on the Mississippi River" --Provided by publisher.

Twain, Mark, 1835-1910. A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's court. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A Connecticut mechanic awakens, after being knocked out during a fight, in the sixth century England and finds himself at King Arthur's court in Camelot where he is condemned to death. This work is a Twain classic" --Provided by publisher.

Twain, Mark, 1835-1910. The gilded age : a tale of today. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A popular satire of the corruption and greed in America after the Civil War. This is the only work Mark Twain ever collaborated on, and the title became publicly synonymous with the corruption of the time" --Provided by publisher.

Twain, Mark, 1835-1910. The innocents abroad. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The most famous travel book of its era, based on a series of letters Twain wrote to newspapers in the U.S. while travelling to Europe aboard the 'Quaker City'"--Provided by publisher.

Twain, Mark, 1835-1910. Life on the Mississippi. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An autobiographical account of Twain's early days as a steamboat pilot on the Mississippi River. The second half of the book deals with his return to the river in 1882" --Provided by publisher.

Twain, Mark, 1835-1910. The man that corrupted Hadleyburg. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A novella depicting a stranger who corrupts the 'incorruptible' members of the town Hadleyburg" --Provided by publisher.

Twain, Mark, 1835-1910. Mark Twaiń€™s letters. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of Mark Twain's correspondence from 1835 to 1866" --Provided by publisher.

Twain, Mark, 1835-1910. Mark Twaiń€™s letters. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of Mark Twain's correspondence from 1867 to 1875" --Provided by publisher.

Twain, Mark, 1835-1910. Mark Twaiń€™s letters. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of Mark Twain's correspondence from 1876 to 1885" --Provided by publisher.

Twain, Mark, 1835-1910. Mark Twaiń€™s letters. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of Mark Twain's correspondence from 1886 to 1900" --Provided by publisher.

Twain, Mark, 1835-1910. Mark Twaiń€™s letters. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of Mark Twain's correspondence from 1901 to 1906" --Provided by publisher.

Twain, Mark, 1835-1910. The mysterious stranger and other stories. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An unfinished novel that makes serious social commentary about human morality" --Provided by publisher.

Twain, Mark, 1835-1910. The prince and the pauper. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The story of Prince Edward, later Edward VI, and the pauper, Tom Canty, who change clothes and places. This satire on class distinctions remains a children's favorite" --Provided by publisher.

Twain, Mark, 1835-1910. Pudd'n'head Wilson. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"David Wilson, known as Pudd'nhead, is an eccentric lawyer who defends a person accused of murder. Central to the story is a mystery involving the identity of two children - one born free and the other born a slave. Along with being a murder story, it is also Twain's denunciation of slavery" --Provided by publisher.

Twain, Mark, 1835-1910. Roughing it. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A humorous, semi-autobiographical work describing Mark Twain's adventures in the west from 1861-1867" --Provided by publisher.

Twain, Mark, 1835-1910. Tom Sawyer abroad. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Recounts the adventures of Tom Sawyer, a boy who could not stay out of trouble, and his friend Huckleberry Finn. Twain wrote three sequels to this classic story of life on the Mississippi River" --Provided by publisher.

Twain, Mark, 1835-1910. Tom Sawyer , detective. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Recounts the adventures of Tom Sawyer, a boy who could not stay out of trouble, and his friend Huckleberry Finn. Twain wrote three sequels to this classic story of life on the Mississippi River" --Provided by publisher.

Vaicikonis, Kris. Brain ticklers. Chicago : Bright Connections Media, c2015.
"What?s the longest word in the dictionary? Find out the answer to that riddle and many more brain games in Puzzle Me: Brain Ticklers. Puzzle Me: Brain Ticklers is an engaging introduction for early learners into the World of puzzles that gives their growing brains a workout! Key features include: fun illustrations that draw readers into each puzzle; a mix of different puzzles to suit different types of learners; and an answer key with solutions to each puzzle" --Provided by publisher.

Vaicikonis, Kris. Brain twisters. Chicago : Bright Connections Media, c2015.
"How did a clever mouse steal the king?s treasure? How did the sheriff recognize the good guys among the outlaws? Why are some numbers triangular and others square? Find the answer to these puzzles and more in Puzzle Me: Brain Twisters! Puzzle Me: Brain Twisters includes engaging and humorous brain games that will leave young readers with a sense of satisfaction each time they solve a new puzzle. Key features include: colorful illustrations that enliven each puzzle; a mix of different puzzles to suit different types of learners; and an answer key with solutions to each puzzle" --Provided by publisher.

Various. Inaugural addresses of U.S. presidents. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A collection of the inaugural addresses given by the various Presidents of the United States" --Provided by publisher.

Verne, Jules, 1828-1905. All around the moon. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The classic, early science fiction thriller set between the Earth and the Moon" --Provided by publisher.

Verne, Jules, 1828-1905. Around the world in eighty days. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Phileas Fogg accepts a bet to travel around the world in eighty days. He and his loyal servant Passepartout undertake the trip and overcome many fantastic adventures" --Provided by publisher.

Verne, Jules, 1828-1905. Five weeks in a balloon. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An adventure novel in which three Englishmen explore Africa from a hot-air balloon" --Provided by publisher.

Verne, Jules, 1828-1905. From the earth to the moon. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"From the Earth to the Moon is the first part of a two-part story about a moon journey. (The second part is called 'Around the Moon'.) The tale deals with three main characters-Barbicane, Nicholl, and Ardan-who are fired from a 900-foot cannon in a ten-ton space capsule" --Provided by publisher.

Verne, Jules, 1828-1905. In search of the castaways. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An adventure novel, in which Captain Grant has gone missing, and his children enlist a newlywed couple to go in search of him. Their travels take them across South America, Australia, and New Zealand" --Provided by publisher.

Verne, Jules, 1828-1905. Journey to the center of the earth. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The classic science fiction thriller set deep inside the bowels of the earth: the second Verne novel" --Provided by publisher.

Verne, Jules, 1828-1905. The mysterious island. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Captain Cyrus Harding and a crew of escaped Union prisoners flee Confederate Richmond in a balloon, only to be swept away to a remote island that is watched over by a benevolent being" --Provided by publisher.

Verne, Jules, 1828-1905. The survivors of the Chancellor. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A novel, written in the form of a diary, about the final voyage of a British sailing ship, the Chancellor, told from the perspective of one of its passengers" --Provided by publisher.

Verne, Jules, 1828-1905. Twenty thousand leagues under the sea. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The science fiction thriller featuring Captain Nemo on his twenty-thousand league adverture in the submarine Nauvtilus" --Provided by publisher.

Verne, Jules, 1828-1905. The underground city. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An mystery-adventure novel set a mining community in Scotland, where strange occurrences are attributed to goblins and fire-maidens" --Provided by publisher.

Virgil. The Aeneid. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Virgil's last and best-known work is a twelve-book Epic poem that glorifies Rome and tells of the destiny of the Roman people. The story is built around the legend of the wanderings of Aeneas but is more concerned with the exaltation of Rome than with his life and adventures" --Provided by publisher.

Voltaire, 1694-1778. Candide. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A satire of 18th Century life and thought, Candide was Voltaire's most popular work. It directly satirizes the philosophical optimism of Alexander Pope and Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz" --Provided by publisher.

Washington, Booker T., 1856-1915. The future of the American Negro. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Booker T. Washington's theories on the necessity for education to advance early African-Americans within society" --Provided by publisher.

Washington, Booker T., 1856-1915. Up from slavery : an autobiography. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Booker T. Washington's autobiography details his rise from slavery to the leadership of his race. This is a simple yet dramatic record of Washington's dedication to the education of black Americans" --Provided by publisher.

Wells, H. G. (Herbert George), 1866-1946. The history of Mr. Polly. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A comic novel about the life of Alfred Polly, an unconfident and slow-minded man" --Provided by publisher.

Wells, H. G. (Herbert George), 1866-1946. The invisible man. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Similar in some aspects to The Island of Dr. Moreau, Wells's third novel of science deals with a certain Mr. Griffin of Iping Village in Surrey who has discovered the secret of invisibility. Kemp, a former colleague, confronts Griffin, whose megalomania seeks to find expression in unlimited power. Here again in this work, Wells attempts to warn readers of the perils of technology" --Provided by publisher.

Wells, H. G. (Herbert George), 1866-1946. The island of Doctor Moreau. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The story of a mad scientist who creates human-animal hybrids through surgery" --Provided by publisher.

Wells, H. G. (Herbert George), 1866-1946. The time machine. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Wells' first novel is a science fiction story about the inventor of a time machine who travels to the year 802,701 and vists the stages in the evolutionary degeneration of humankind. This work established Wells' reputation as a science fiction writer" --Provided by publisher.

Wells, H. G. (Herbert George), 1866-1946. Tono-Bungay. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"The story follows George Ponderovo as he watches his uncle rise to power using bogus medicine" --Provided by publisher.

Wells, H. G. (Herbert George), 1866-1946. The war of the worlds. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A well-known science fiction novel about a Martian invasion of England. Orson Welles' equally well-known 1938 radio dramatization of this story caused widespread panic in the U.S" --Provided by publisher.

Wharton, Edith, 1862-1937. The age of innocence. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A serialized story about the upper-class in 1870s New York City" --Provided by publisher.

Wharton, Edith, 1862-1937. Ethan Frome. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The story of a poor man, Ethan Frome, who is married to a nagging wife. Ethan and his wife's cousin fall in love, then try to end their hapless romance by steering their sled into a tree. Because it deals with the lower class, this may be Wharton's least typical novel" --Provided by publisher.

Wharton, Edith, 1862-1937. The house of mirth. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"An American literary naturalist novel following 1890's New York aristocracy" --Provided by publisher.

Wheatley, Phillis, 1753-1784. Liberty and peace. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"First published as a four-page pamphlet. Opening lines: Lo! Freedom comes. Th' prescient muse foretold, / All eyes th' accomplish'd Prophecy behold: .." --Provided by publisher.

Wheatley, Phillis, 1753-1784. Religious and moral poems. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Includes three works by Wheatley written in iambic pentameter: 'On Imagination;' 'On the Death of C.E., An Infant of Twelve Months;' and 'To the Right Honorable William, Earl of Dartmouth' --Provided by publisher.

Wheatly, Phillis, 1753-1784. Poems. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Selected poetry by African-American poet Phillis Wheatley--Provided by publisher.

Whitman, Walt, 1819-1892. Leaves of grass. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Whitman's best-known work was originally a collection of twelve untitled poems that was expanded over eight subsequent revisions. The book is known for its radical, irregular style and content" --Provided by publisher.

Whittier, John Greenleaf, 1807-1892. Narrative and legendary poems, complete. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A poem about the maid Maud Muller during harvesting when she meets a judge" --Provided by publisher.

Whittier, John Greenleaf, 1807-1892. Snow-bound ; a winter idyll. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A narrative poem about a New England farming family during a snowstorm" --Provided by publisher.

Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900. Ballad of Reading gaol. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"One of Wilde's best-known poems, it is drawn from his experiences in prison. Opening lines: He did not wear his scarlet coat, / For blood and wine are red, .." --Provided by publisher.

Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900. De profundis. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A letter written by Oscar Wilde to Lord Alfred Douglas, during Wilde's imprisonment in Reading Gaol. Although he was not permitted to send the letter while in prison, he sent it after his release, and the journalist Robert Ross published the letter after Wilde's death" --Provided by publisher.

Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900. Essays and lectures. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A collection of essays and lectures by Oscar Wilde, including 'The English Renaissance of Art,' 'The Doer of Good,' and 'The House of Judgment'"--Provided by publisher.

Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900. The happy prince and other tales. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A fairy tale about a swallow who falls out of love with a reed then lands on and falls in love with the statue of the Happy Prince" --Provided by publisher.

Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900. An ideal husband. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A comedic stageplay about blackmail and political corruption. Second only to The Importance of Being Earnest, An Ideal Husband is considered Wilde's greatest dramatic work" --Provided by publisher.

Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900. The importance of being earnest ; a trivial comedy for serious people. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Subtitled, 'A Trivial Comedy for Serious People,' this play is often considered Wilde's masterpiece. Based on a misunderstanding over the name 'Ernest,' it is an attack on earnestness" --Provided by publisher.

Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900. Intentions. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A collection of four essays: 'The Decay of Lying,' 'Pen, Pencil and Poison,' 'The Truth of Masks,' and 'The Critic as Artist.'" --Provided by publisher.

Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900. Lady Windermere's fan. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A comedy of manners in which Lady Windermere, angered by her husband's interest in another woman, runs away with another man. The 'other woman' turns out to be Lady Windermere's divorced mother" --Provided by publisher.

Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900. The picture of Dorian Gray. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Wilde's best-known work is a novel of the supernatural which tells the story of Dorian Gray, who remains young and beautiful throughout his life while his portrait reflects his true age" --Provided by publisher.

Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900. Poems, with the ballad of Reading gaol. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"One of Wilde's best-known poems, it is drawn from his experiences in prison. Opening lines: He did not wear his scarlet coat, / For blood and wine are red, .." --Provided by publisher.

Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900. A woman of no importance. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Generally considered the weakest of the plays Wilde wrote in the 1890s, it is essentially a woman's play in which the women's voices are sharply critical of male presuppositions" --Provided by publisher.

Wister, Owen, 1860-1938. Mother. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"This is a short story about a young couple wishing to marry but are financially strapped. After inheriting a large sum of money, they look towards a financial advisor to help them manage the funds, hoping that the advice given will work in time for the couple to wed" --Provided by publisher.

Woolf, Virginia, 1882-1941. Jacob's room. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Virginia Woolf's third novel, showing the character and life story of Jacob Flanders, as told by those around him" --Provided by publisher.

Woolf, Virginia, 1882-1941. Kew Gardens. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A short story, published in the collections Monday or Tuesday and A Haunted House, that describes the seemingly random blend of colors, images, and thoughts of visitors to Kew Gardens" --Provided by publisher.

Woolf, Virginia, 1882-1941. Monday or Tuesday. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"A short story collection, including eight stories: 'A Haunted House,' 'A Society,' 'Monday or Tuesday,' 'An Unwritten Novel,' 'The String Quartet,' 'Blue and Green,' 'Kew Gardens,' and 'The Mark on the Wall' --Provided by publisher.

Woolf, Virginia, 1882-1941. Night and day. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"A novel following the contrasting lives of two friends, Katherine Hilbery and Mary Datchet" --Provided by publisher.

Woolf, Virginia, 1882-1941. The voyage out. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2013.
"Woolf's first novel. Published by her half-brother, Gerard Duckworth, in 1915, the work was actually completed two years earlier after five years of effort. The work deals with Rachel Vinrace, a 24 year old innocent who comes to learn of maturity and love through the development of a shipboard relationship with a man named Terence Hewet. The novel examines Virginia Woolf's and the Bloomsbry Group's notions about communication, friendship, love, and death" --Provided by publisher.

Wordsworth, William, 1770-1850. Lyrical ballads. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"This work opened the British Romantic period" --Provided by publisher.

Wordsworth, William, 1770-1850. Ode : intimations of immortality. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Considered by many to be Wordsworth's greatest lyrical achievement. It opens with the motto: The Child is father of the Man; / And I could wish my days" --Provided by publisher.

Wordsworth, William, 1770-1850. Poems in two volumes. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume one of Wordsworth's collection of poems, including 'To the Daisy,' 'Louisa,' 'Fidelity,' and 'The Redbreast and the Butterfly' --Provided by publisher.

Wordsworth, William, 1770-1850. Poems in two volumes. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 2 of Wordsworth's collection of poems, including 'Rob Roy's Grave,' 'The Blind Highland Boy,' 'To the Spade of a Friend,' and others" --Provided by publisher.

Wordsworth, William, 1770-1850. The poetical works of William Wordsworth. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Volume 2 of William Wordsworth's collected poetry. This volume contains such works as 'Peter Bell,' 'A Poet's Epitaph,' 'The Sparrow's Nest,' and 'Alice Fell; or Povertý€™́€� ́€”Provided by publisher.

Wordsworth, William, 1770-1850. She dwelt among the untrodden ways. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"One of the 'Lucy' poems, lyrics written for an unknown object of Wordsworth's affection. Opening lines: She dwelt among the untrodden ways / Beside the springs of Dove, ... to be / Bound each to each by natural piety" --Provided by publisher.

Wordsworth, William, 1770-1850. World is too much with us. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"One of Wordsworth's best-known short poems. Opening lines: The world is too much with us: late and soon, / Getting and spending, we lay waste our powers: .." --Provided by publisher.

Yeats, W. B. (William Butler), 1865-1939. The Countess Cathleen. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"The Irish Literary Theatre's first production, inspired in part by the author's love for Maud Gonne, a beautiful Irish nationalist leader" --Provided by publisher.

Yeats, W. B. (William Butler), 1865-1939. Down by the salley gardens. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Opening lines: Down by the salley gardens my love and I did meet; / She passed the salley gardens with little snow-white feet. .." --Provided by publisher.

Yeats, W. B. (William Butler), 1865-1939. Lake isle of Innisfree. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"This early poem relates Yeat's 'old day-dream,' that he would someday live 'as Thoreau lived.' Opening lines: I will arise and go now, and go to Innisfree, / And a small cabin build there, .." --Provided by publisher.

Yeats, W. B. (William Butler), 1865-1939. Song of wandering Aengus. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Opening lines: I went out to the hazel wood, / Because a fire was in my head, .." --Provided by publisher.

Yeats, W. B. (William Butler), 1865-1939. To a friend whose work has come to nothing. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Opening lines: Now all the truth is out, / Be secret and take defeat .." --Provided by publisher.

Yeats, W. B. (William Butler), 1865-1939. When you are old. Orem, UT : Western Standard Publishing Company, 2014.
"Opening lines: When you are old and gray and full of sleep, /And nodding by the fire, take down this book, ..." --Provided by publisher.