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  • Item #: 036475
    ISBN: 9780140424386
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    Nevill Coghill has translated Chaucer's work into vivid modern English verse that retains the flavor and richness of the original 14th-century edition. A discussion of Chaucer's life and works are included. 504 pgs, pb.

  • Item #: 013779
    ISBN: 9780064471190
    Retail: $45.00
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  • Item #: 035800
    ISBN: 9780395520215
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    If you don't read this "prequel" to the Lord of the Rings trilogy you miss a lot of the little details throughout the adventures of Frodo and the fellowship of the ring. Without Bilbo's adventure, Frodo's never would have happened. This unabridged edition is 8" x 10" in size and has forty-eight, full-color, full-page, fantasy-style illustrations – including five lavish two-page spreads by artist Michael Hague. The illustrations alone make this a great book for younger readers, but the larger print also helps! Read along and let your imagination run wild as you join Bilbo on the first adventure that led to so many others! Pb, 290 pgs. – elise

  • Item #: 012136
    ISBN: 9780312644291
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    In A.D. 119, the Ninth Roman Legion marched north into the wilds of Britain and disappeared without a trace, along with their symbol of honor, an eagle emblem. Fifteen years later, Marcus, the son of the unit's commander, embarks on a quest to recover the lost eagle emblem, which is also a more personal symbol of his family's honor. With an authentic historical background and memorable characters, this adventurous story is sure to entertain. 294 pgs. ~ Rachel S.

  • Item #: 003493
    ISBN: 9780684801223
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    A classic story of an old Cuban fisherman who demonstrates great personal strength, loyalty and endurance. When he hooks a giant marlin - his first "catch" in weeks, it takes him far out to sea, testing his courage, skill and stamina. By Ernest Hemingway.

  • Item #: 011852
    ISBN: 9780374523831
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    Though not a direct translation, author David Ferry has produced a readable interpretation of the epic poem that will introduce modern readers to the ancient tale of Gilgamesh, a king of ancient Mesopotamia who pursues immortality after the death of his friend Enkidu. ~ Anh

  • Item #: 011110
    ISBN: 9780060652937
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    C.S. Lewis' brilliantly insightful book about the activity of the devil's assistants as they endeavor to steer a person onto and along the path of destruction. Through letters received from an uncle, we see how the battle the evil tempter Wormwood is fighting unfolds. Also included in this book is the article Screwtape Proposes a Toast, in which Screwtape (the uncle sending the letters to Wormwood), as the guest of honor at the Tempters' Training College, is giving a speech about temptation and how it is used effectively. Though a work of fiction, this book is an encouragement to all Christians to stand firm against the temptation to sin and turn from the Cross. 209 pgs, pb. ~ Zach

  • Item #: 031651
    ISBN: 9781840224023
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  • Item #: 031225
    ISBN: 9780451528810
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    Written by Alexander Hamilton, James Madison and John Jay, The Federalist Papers explain and defend our constitutional government, and make a notable case arguing that the intended structure of our government was the one best suited to humans and their rights. This edition also includes copies of the "Declaration of Independence" and the "Articles of Confederation," an appendix which cross-references the Federalist Papers and the Constitution, and an "Index of Ideas".

  • Item #: 028775
    ISBN: 9780062565419
    Retail: $15.99
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    C.S. Lewis brings us a novel of Orual, The Queen of Glome. When Orual was a little girl, the only company she had to keep was her irritating sister, Redival, and her father, the tempestuous King. However, her life changed dramatically with the introduction of Fox, one of her father's slaves, into her life. Fox became her only true comfort, and Orual affectionately began to call him "Grandfather." Fox taught her to think in the ways of the Greeks, how to regard the Gods and everything else that has happened in her life. Soon after the arrival of Fox, the King married and brought into the world the most beautiful child, "Istra," which translates to Psyche. As Orual's family has partial blood of the Gods, Psyche too has been touched. It does not take long before the citizens of Glome begin to refer to her as a goddess. While Psyche is beautiful, Orual is extremely homely. Psyche makes the God Ungit jealous; therefore, as punishment, there has been little yield in the way of crops. The Priest of Ungit declares that in order for the citizens of Glome to be prevented from starving, there must be a sacrifice. It is the matter of this sacrifice that will change the soul and the life of Orual forever.

  • Item #: 020893
    ISBN: 9780486448039
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    This Dover edition is an unabridged republication of the book Winning His Spurs: A Tale of the Crusades by G.A. Henty. Like all Henty novels, it's full of historical events and lots of adventure. It's about young Cuthbert de Lance, part Norman and part Saxon, who wins a job as a page going to the Crusades. Excitement and narrow escapes follow as Cuthbert gains a reputation for valor, prowess, and resourcefulness. 264 pgs, pb.

  • Item #: 017696
    ISBN: 9780141439600
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    Includes an introduction and notes by Richard Maxwell, along with the original illustrations by H.K. Browne, and is 488 pgs, pb.

  • Item #: 016561
    ISBN: 9780451529534
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    This comprehensive collection contains over 200 of Aesop's famous fables. "Fox and the Grapes," "Ants and the Grasshopper," and "Wolf and the Shepard" are just a few of the tales featured here. The tales are translated into readable, modern American English, and some are enhanced by black and white woodcut illustrations by the French artist J. J. Grandville. Scholar Sam Pickering provides an introduction that places Aesop's work in historical and cultural context. Edited and with an afterword by Jack Zipes; bibliography and index included. 288 pgs, pb. ~ Lisa

  • Item #: 012231
    ISBN: 9780064409391
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  • Item #: 012051
    ISBN: 9780345277602
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    A rich tale of one of King Arthur's most noble knights, Sir Gawain. This tale is full of warriors, romance, battles, and many other adventures. Also housed in this volume are two other works, Pearl, and Sir Orfeo. An unknown medieval poet originally wrote all 3 of these stories, but these retellings by J.R.R. Tolkien bring the stories to life while retaining the artistic language.

  • Item #: 011829
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  • Item #: 011827
    ISBN: 9781936648399
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  • Item #: 011659
    ISBN: 9780842313353
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    Predestination is a hard doctrine to understand and/or accept. Dr. R.C. Sproul, the author of this book, struggled with and continues to struggle with the concept. He invites you to struggle with him as you embark on the difficult journey of examining the doctrines of predestination. Through nine chapters Sproul covers the following topics: predestination and the sovereignty of God, predestination and free will, Adam's fall and mine, spiritual death and spiritual life, foreknowledge and predestination, double predestination, assurance, and any concluding questions and objections concerning this topic. He thoroughly covers each topic and provides a lot of scriptural support as well as quotes from many different theologians. To say the least, this is a heavy book full of deep thoughts to ponder and examine. Just to let you know, Sproul supports the "reformed" view of predestination (Yes, there is more than one view!) proposed by people like John Calvin, Jonathan Edwards, and St. Augustine. My favorite part of the whole book is the summary at the end of each chapter. These summaries highlight the main points of the chapter, which makes it easy to revisit them at a later time. Whether you know nothing about predestination or have some nagging questions, this book will really help you understand this position. – elise

  • Item #: 008850
    ISBN: 9780198328667
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  • Item #: 008846
    ISBN: 9780198328681
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  • Item #: 008840
    ISBN: 9780198393344
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  • Item #: 005859
    ISBN: 9780486400778
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  • Item #: 004150
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  • Item #: 003345
    ISBN: 9781581345360
    Retail: $21.99
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    Here is one of the classic Christian worldview books, written by Francis Schaeffer, the founder of L'Abri Fellowship in Switzerland. This book delves into a variety of subjects ( philosophy, religion, history, art and music), discussing different viewpoints but arguing for the Biblical viewpoint. In an article on teaching worldviews (Practical Home Schooling, Sep/Oct 1996), Cathy Duffy says that she uses this book to review and tie ideas together after discussing a topic. However, she warns not to just turn a high school student loose with the book, since the student would not have the necessary background to understand it. A great resource to teach a Christian worldview.
  • Item #: 053265
    ISBN: 9780451208637
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    This thick tome contains all three books of Dante's Divine Comedy: Hell, Purgatory, and Paradise in a single volume. This translation by John Ciardi features large, readable print, extensive notes, and numbered lines. Also included are a brief "How to Read Dante" section, a Translator's Note, and occasional maps. Almost 900 pgs, pb. ~ Lisa

  • Item #: 049828
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  • Item #: 049827
    ISBN: 9781936648009
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  • Item #: 048458
    ISBN: 9781932168921
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  • Item #: 048457
    ISBN: 9781936648481
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  • Item #: 046222
    ISBN: 9780802860606
    Retail: $15.00
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    This classic work by George MacDonald takes the reader on an adventure into fairyland, a place where you will confront tree spirits, travel to the fairy queen's palace, and search for the spirit of the earth. Includes an introduction by C.S. Lewis, who was heavily influenced by MacDonald's work. 185 pgs, pb. ~ Lisa