Callie, Liss and Callie s brother Harry stumble into a mysterious underground chamber on a snow covered hill near their West Virginia mill town and find themselves thrown back into an ancient time, drawn into a strange, perilous ritual performed by the people they find How will they get home
Jane Louise Curry Charles Robinson
Jane Louise Curry was born in East Liverpool, Ohio, on September 24, 1932 She is the daughter of William Jack Curry Jr and Helen Margaret Curry Curry grew up in Pennsylvania Kittanning and Johnstown , but upon her graduation from college she moved to Los Angeles, California, and London, England.Curry attended the Pennsylvania State University in 1950, and she studied there until 1951 when she left for the Indiana State College now known as Indiana University of Pennsylvania In 1954, after graduation, Curry moved to California and worked as both an art teacher for the Los Angeles Public School District and a freelance artist In 1957, Curry entered the University of California in Los Angeles UCLA in order to study English literature, but in 1959 she left Los Angeles and became a teaching assistant at Stanford University Curry was awarded the Fulbright grant in 1961 and the Stanford Leverhulme fellowship in 1965, allowing her to pursue her graduate studies at the University of London She earned her M.A in 1962 and her Ph.D in medieval English literature from Stanford University in 1969 From 1967 1968 and, again, from 1983 1984, Curry was an instructor of English literature at the college level She became a lecturer in 1987 Besides her writings, Curry s artworks are also considered among her achievements She has had several paintings exhibited in London, and her works have even earned her a spot in the prestigious Royal Society of British Artists group exhibition Among the many groups that Curry belongs to are the International Arthurian Society, the Authors Guild, the Children s Literature Association, and the Society of Children s Book Writers.Curry illustrated and published her first book Down from the Lonely Mountain in 1965 This juvenile fiction based on Californian Native American folklore has paved the way for Curry s expansive literary career She has penned than 30 novels, which are mostly based on child characters dealing with a wide variety of subjects Many of Curry s writings deal with folklore, such as the Native American folklore that she explores in her novels Turtle Island Tales of Algonquian Nations and The Wonderful Sky Boat And Other Native American Tales of the Southeast, and the retellings of famous European folk stories, such as Robin Hood and his Merry Men, Robin Hood in the Greenwood, and The Christmas Knight Yet she also delves into the genres of fantasy, such as in her novels Parsley, Sage, Rosemary, and Time and Me, Myself, and I historical fiction, such as in her novels What the Dickens and Stolen Life and mystery, such as in her novels The Bassumtyte Treasure and Moon Window.Curry has been honored with many awards throughout her writing career In 1970, her novel The Daybreakers earned Curry the Honor Book award from the Book World Spring Children s Book Festival and the Outstanding Book by a Southern California Author Award from the Southern California Council on Literature for Children and Young People The Mystery Writers of America honored Curry two years in a row by awarding her the Edgar Allan Poe Award, or the Edgar, for Poor Tom s Ghost in 1978 and The Bassumtyte Treasure in 1979 Also in 1979, for her complete body of work at that time, the Southern California Council on Literature for Children and Young People presented Curry with the Distingushed Contribution to the Field of Children s Literature Award.Curry resides in Palo Alto, California, and London, England.
The Daybreakers by Louis L Amour Finished The Daybreakers and loved it, its so what like the movie which I happen to love, loved the characters and everything about the story just can t believe it took this long to read,while be reading the second part of it laterve stars all the way. Daybreakers Daybreakers Daybreakers is a Australian American science fiction action film written and directed by Michael and Peter Spierig The film takes place in a futuristic world overrun by vampires A vampiric corporation sets out to capture and farm the remaining humans Daybreakers Surely they could ve come up with something a little better I mean, this is a pretty creative film Other segments of the picture seem rushed, like the subplot involving Bromley s daughter Speaking of Bromley, Sam Neill is one of my favorite actors, so it was great seeing him in a genre film again His presence is the highlight of Daybreakers. The Daybreakers A Novel The Sacketts A magnificent saga of American fiction, the Sacketts series is one of the greatest treasures by legendary storyteller Louis L Amour In The Daybreakers, L Amour spins the tale of two brothers who couldn t be different yet remain bound by their restlessness of spirit. The Daybreakers Celtic Alternative and Indie Covers Levellers, Cure, Waterboys, Pogues, Dubliners and many Looking for Sound Affects click here soundaffectsnd The Daybreakers by Louis L Amour, Paperback Barnes Noble The Daybreakers tells the story of Orrin and Tyrel Sackett who have to leave their home in Tennessee in a hurry, one step ahead of the sheriff, and head west It is and their plan is too try and establish a ranch and then sent for their Mother and the rest of the clan.The two brothers travel across the west and have many adventures that include fighting Indians, rustlers and other assorted bad guys.
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