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from 25 November 2018 to 09 December 2018

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 B2791
 B5917
Books produced in the past    ( Total: 3 )

Children's Fiction

  • Title : Samantha learns a lesson : a school story
    Samantha learns a lesson : a school story
    • Author : Adler, Susan S.
    • Transcriber : Carol Grace.
    • System Number : B2790
    • Collection : Children's Fiction
    • Volume : 1 volume
    • Summary :
      Samantha is determined to help nine-year-old Nellie, attending school for the first time, with her school work and learns a great deal herself about what it is like to be a poor child and work in a factory.
      Samantha is determined to help nine-year-old Nellie, attending school for the first time, with her school work and learns a great deal herself about what it is like to be a poor child and work in a factory.

  • Title : Samantha's surprise : a Christmas story
    Samantha's surprise : a Christmas story
    • Author : Schur, Maxine.
    • Transcriber : Carol Grace.
    • System Number : B2791
    • Collection : Children's Fiction
    • Volume : 1 volume
    • Summary :
      The two weeks before Christmas are filled with activity as Samantha finishes her homemade presents and makes preparations for visiting relatives.
      The two weeks before Christmas are filled with activity as Samantha finishes her homemade presents and makes preparations for visiting relatives.

Nonfiction

  • Title : All in my stride : John Gilmour's story : Changi to world champion
    All in my stride : John Gilmour's story : Changi to world champion
    • Author : Harris, Richard.
    • Transcriber : Connie Craig.
    • System Number : B5917
    • Collection : Nonfiction
    • Volume : 4 volumes
    • Summary :
      All In My Stride tells of John Gilmour's early days living in a group settlement in the South West of Western Australia, the struggle for survival during the Great Depression, enlistment in the Army as a fit young man, and his coming to terms with major damage to his eyesight through malnutrition in Changi gaol.
      All In My Stride tells of John Gilmour's early days living in a group settlement in the South West of Western Australia, the struggle for survival during the Great Depression, enlistment in the Army as a fit young man, and his coming to terms with major damage to his eyesight through malnutrition in Changi gaol. Worse was to come - nightmare years as a slave labourer in Japan. On his subsequent return to Japan as a world champion veteran athlete he received the respect of his rivals and honours from authorities. Richard Harris wrote John Gilmour's story as a message of hope to people of all ages everywhere - to have a vision, to keep going, and to take setbacks in one's stride.