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Tales of a Modern Day Wizard. Introduction.

This is the first book in the series under this title. Currently there are several novellas that further bring this world setting to life. Additional content is forthcoming.

by By Jason D. Essex

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Tatlings

Herein The Fortunate Readers Will Find the Happy Conjunction of two very brilliant young people, whose literary and artistic talents fit like the proverbial glove, or the musical and lyrical of tho...

by Sydney Tremayne

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Ten Steps on Getting the Boogeyman Out of Your Room

Scenarios involving the boogeyman (the booger men).

by Moses Quiles

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The Acorn and the Gourd

In The Acorn and the Gourd, Jean de La Fontaine presents a fable about an acorn and a gourd growing next to each other. The tiny acorn watches the gourd grow quickly into a massive fruit and become...

by Jean de La Fontaine

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The Advantage of Being Clever

"The Advantage of Being Clever" is a collection of fables by Jean de La Fontaine that explores moral lessons through charming and witty tales. It underscores the importance of wit, wisdom, and clev...

by Jean de La Fontaine

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The Adventures of Chanticleer and Partlet

"The Adventures of Chanticleer and Partlet" is a children's tale by The Brothers Grimm that takes readers on a journey alongside its main characters, Chanticleer the rooster and Partlet the hen. Th...

by The Brothers Grimm

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The Angel

"The Angel" is a short story by Hans Christian Andersen about an angel and a dead child ascending into heaven. As they travel, they gather flowers to bring back, symbolizing the good deeds and hard...

by Hans Christian Andersen

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The Animals and the Plague

"The Animals and the Plague" by Aesop is a fable that presents a moral lesson through the story of how animals deal with a plague. As the animals, except the lion, get struck by the plague, they co...

by Aesop

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The Animals Sending a Tribute to Alexander

The Animals Sending a Tribute to Alexander is a fable by Jean de La Fontaine. The story centers around the theme of tribute and submission. It depicts animals sending a tribute to Alexander the Gre...

by Jean de La Fontaine

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The Animals Sick of the Plague

"The Animals Sick of the Plague" is one of the famous fables by French poet Jean de La Fontaine. The story focuses on animals, specifically a lion, who become affected by a deadly plague. The lion ...

by Jean de La Fontaine

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The Ant and the Dove

The Ant and the Dove is a short fable by Aesop that emphasizes the importance of kindness and how good deeds should never go unnoticed. It tells the story of an ant who was saved from drowning by a...

by Aesop

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The Ants and the Grasshopper

The Ants and the Grasshopper is a classic Aesop's fable in which the industrious ants spend their summer gathering food for the winter while the carefree grasshopper only sings and dances in the su...

by Aesop

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The Ape

"The Aape" by Jean de La Fontaine is a part of his collection, Fables, which comprises various short poems, providing moral lessons at the end. The book implies profound meanings through its allego...

by Jean de La Fontaine

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The Ape and the Leopard

In The Ape and the Leopard, Jean de La Fontaine offers a collection of witty and insightful fables composed in verse. Through the use of animal characters like the deceptive ape and the proud leopa...

by Jean de La Fontaine

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The Arbitrator, Almoner, and Hermit

"The Arbitrator, Almoner, and Hermit" is a book by Jean de La Fontaine, a famous French author known for his fables. The book is a collection of moralistic tales, featuring different characters and...

by Jean de La Fontaine

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The Art of Frame Control: Effortlessly Get People To Agree With You & See The World Your Way

When you master The Art of Frame Control, it will be simple to convince everybody else to readily agree with you and see the world through your point of view. This will make it easier to accomplish...

by Josh King "JetSet" Madrid

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The Art of War

The Art of War is an ancient Chinese military treatise dating from the Late Spring and Autumn Period. The work, which is attributed to the ancient Chinese military strategist Sun Tzu, is composed o...

by Sun Tzu

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The Art of Winning

The Art of Winning is a definitive collection of maxims on mastering the rules and strategies of winning in life. Matshona Dhliwayo’s depth of understanding makes this powerful and unique work rele...

by Matshona Dhliwayo

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The Ass and His Driver

"The Ass and His Driver" is a short fable by Aesop that conveys a valuable lesson. It tells the story of a donkey who, instead of following his master's instructions, stubbornly decides to walk his...

by Aesop

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The Ass and His Masters

"The Ass and His Masters" is a collection of fables by Jean de La Fontaine. The book revolves around an ass whose tale varies depending on the master it serves, representing individuals in differen...

by Jean de La Fontaine

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The Ass and Its Shadow

The Ass and Its Shadow is a classic fable by Aesop that tells the story of a traveling ass (donkey) who gets into a dispute with its owner over the ass's shadow. The quarrel serves as a metaph...

by Aesop

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The Ass and the Dog

The Ass and the Dog is a fable by Jean de La Fontaine that explores themes of friendship, survival, and societal roles. The story revolves around an ass and a dog who embark on a journey together. ...

by Jean de La Fontaine

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The Ass and the Grasshoppers

In "The Ass and the Grasshoppers", a short fable from Aesop, an ass is envious of the music that grasshoppers make and in an attempt to imitate them, bursts out a horrible sound that frightens ever...

by Aesop

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The Ass and the Lap Dog

The Ass and the Lap Dog is a fable by Aesop concerning a farm ass observing the affectionate relationship between its master and the master's lap dog. Inspired by the dog's treatment, the ass attem...

by Aesop

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The Ass and the Little Dog

The Ass and the Little Dog is a fable by Jean de La Fontaine which tells the story of an ass who becomes envious of a little dog's close relationship with their owner. The ass tries to win the mast...

by Jean de La Fontaine

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The Ass and the Load of Salt

The Ass and the Load of Salt is a fable by Aesop about a merchant and his donkey. The donkey stumbles during their journey and discovers by accident that the load of salt he was carrying becomes li...

by Aesop

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The Ass Carrying the Image

"The Ass Carrying the Image" is a brief fable by Aesop that provides a moral lesson. The tale recounts the story of a donkey who transports a revered religious icon and receives carrots a...

by Aesop

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The Ass in the Lion's Skin

The Ass in the Lion's Skin is a timeless fable by Aesop about an ass who dresses in a lion's skin in order to intimidate the other animals and to feel more powerful. His deception is successful unt...

by Aesop

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The Ass in the Lion's Skin

The Ass in the Lion's Skin is a fable by Jean de La Fontaine that explores the theme of deceit and its consequences. The story follows an ass who, donning a lion's skin, fools various animals into ...

by Jean de La Fontaine

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The Ass Laden with Sponges, and the Ass Laden with Salt

The Ass Laden with Sponges, and the Ass Laden with Salt is one of the fables written by Jean de La Fontaine. The story revolves around two donkeys, one carrying a load of sponges while the other is...

by Jean de La Fontaine

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The Ass That Carried the Relics

"The Ass That Carried the Relics" is a tale adapted by renowned fable writer Jean de La Fontaine. It tells the story of an ass carrying the relics of saints. As he journeys along, the ass misinterp...

by Jean de La Fontaine

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The Ass, the Fox, and the Lion

The Ass, the Fox, and the Lion is a tale by Aesop about cunning and deception. The story revolves around three characters: a donkey, a fox, and a lion. The fox tricks the donkey into pretending to ...

by Aesop

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