The Secret of the Puzzle Box is written from the view of Cody, a middle school girl. She and her friends love codes, and so do their teachers. Cody's teacher gives her class a worksheet that tells them where their next field trip will be. It turns out to be Angel Island, “The Ellis Island of the West.” They ride a ferry there and on the ship see thata Morse Code message flashes from the lighthouse! When they get there, they split up into groups for a scavenger hunt, and all the Code Busters are in one group.
You have probably heard of the labyrinth, but do you know the story behind it? In Phillip W. Simpson’s Minotaur, he tells the story of Asterion, who will become Minotaur. Asterion has a good life, living in King Minos’ palace. Everything is great until Minos punishes him for accidentally hurting his half-sister, Phaedra, who has been his friend from a young age. Asterion avoids Minos’ rage, but he is afraid that because Minos cannot harm him, he will hurt his friends and family.
Have you ever wondered why you deal with pain? Well, did you ever think to check the foods you eat, the medicine in your cabinet, or the stress in your day-to-day life? In this health book by Health Coach Cheryl Meyer, you’ll learn one perspective on why people experience chronic pain and how to eliminate the toxins that exist in food, utensils, cosmetics, medicine, water, and even relationships. The step-by-step processes listed in this book will help you get rid of your daily aches and pains.
In 2011, there was an outcry from the people of Syria. As the Syrian government and the rebels locked into a dangerous war, the city of Aleppo became the battle grounds, and the citizens became the casualties.
Through colloquial writing and an extensively constructed backdrop, Andrew Orange’s fantasy novel, The Game of VORs, depicts an oppressive imperial society while providing elements of our own world (past and present).
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