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  • Gulliver of Marsby Edwin L. Arnold

    Amigo Reader 2011; US$ 0.00

    Whisked away to the legendary red planet, the intrepid Lieutenant Gullivar Jones is caught up in the adventure of a lifetime. To win the love of a beautiful princess, he fights his way across a dying and savage planet of desolate cities, lost races, utopian societies, and the haunting and unforgettable River of Death. This classic, influential tale... more...

  • Acid Bathby Nancy Herndon

    Amigo Reader 2011; US$ 0.00

    The stage is set for murder, mayhem and deafening music. But the music isn't loud enough to drown out the shots aimed at the gorgeous redhead on stage. Not that anybody is paying much attention, not in the screaming chaos of the world's biggest rock festival ever. The girl likes to be near singers, the freakier and more spaced-out the better.... more...

  • Acquazzoni in Montagna Commedia in Due Attiby Giuseppe Giacosa

    Amigo Reader 2011; US$ 0.00

    Acquazzoni in montagna una commedia di Giuseppe Giacosa. Venne rappresentata per la prima volta al Teatro Valle di Roma il 20 febbraio 1876, dalla compagnia Ciotti-Marini. Il lavoro dedicato a Vittorio Bersezio. more...

  • Across Asia on a Bicycleby Jr. Thomas Gaskell Allen; William Lewis Sachtleben

    Amigo Reader 2011; US$ 0.00

    In 1890, two American college graduates set out to travel around the world on a then-new invention, the modern bicycle. In 1893 they returned, have covered over 15,000 miles, at that time the "longest continuous land journey ever made around the world." This is their account their trip across Turkey, Persia, Turkestan and northern China.... more...

  • Across China on Foot - One Man's Incredible Questby Edwin John Dingle; Ding Le Mei

    Amigo Reader 2011; US$ 0.00

    In the early 1900s a man named Edwin John Dingle embarked on a remarkable mapping expedition of China. Overcoming incredible odds and many dangerous situations that threatened his life, he succeeded in his mission, crossing areas of China where no Westerner had ever been before, and eventually reached Tibet. There, he became one of the first Westerners... more...

  • Across Indiaby Professor Oliver Optic

    Amigo Reader 2011; US$ 0.00

    "Across India" is the first volume of the third series of the "All-Over-the-World Library," in which the voyage of the Guardian-Mother is continued from Aden, where some important changes were made in the current of events, including the disposal of the little steamer Maud, which figured to a considerable extent in the later volumes... more...

  • Across the Continent by the Lincoln Highwayby Effie Price Gladding

    Amigo Reader 2011; US$ 0.00

    From the Pacific to the Atlantic by the Lincoln Highway, with California and the Virginias and Maryland thrown in for good measure! What a tour it has been! As we think back over its miles we recall the noble pines and the towering Sequoias of the high Sierras of California; the flashing water-falls of the Yosemite, so green as to be called Vernal,... more...

  • Across the Equatorby Thomas H Reid

    Amigo Reader 2011; US$ 0.00

    "It was at the end of the month of September, 1907, that the writer visited Java with the object of spending a brief vacation there. The outcome was a series of articles in the "Straits Times, " and after they appeared so many applications were made for reprints that we were encouraged to issue the articles in handy form for the information... more...

  • Across the Fruited Plainby Crannell Florence Means

    Amigo Reader 2011; US$ 0.00

    Maybe you've heard about the migrants lately, or have seen pictures of them in the magazines. But have you thought that many of them are families much like yours and mine, traveling uncomfortably in rattly old jalopies while they go from one crop to another, and living crowded in rickety shacks when they stop for work? There have always been wandering... more...