Tall Tales

Tall Tales Author Jeff Smith
ISBN-10 9780545140959
Release 2010
Pages 108
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Smiley entertains the Bone Scouts by telling them stories about the suspect adventures of the mighty explorer Big Johnson Bone before his discovery of the Rolling Bone River and establishment of a famous trading post.



Tall Tales of the Beatles

Tall Tales of the Beatles Author Thomas Nowlin Harrison
ISBN-10 9781411625938
Release 2005-03
Pages 76
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The spirit of the Beatles lives on in this satire on both the Beatles and their historians! This is a fun book for Beatles fans who are willing to laugh at the music and musicians they love. It's a humorous, irreverent romp, very tongue-in-cheek and not the least bit serious. While it poses as another stodgy analysis of all Beatles compositions, it really has more in common with the Monty Python flavored "Rutles" film. Old-time drawings make it more fun & visually stimulating. A pleasant time is guaranteed for all! Partial Cast: Steve Allen/Julie Andrews/Chet Atkins/Lucille Ball/Orson Bean/Chuck Berry/Victor Buono/Johnny Carson/Eric Clapton/Neil Diamond/Judy Garland/The Stones/LBJ/Tim Leary/Lancelot/Laurel & Hardy/Peggy Lee/Rich Little/Maharishi/Harpo Marx/Rev Moon/Moriarty/Nixon/Elliott Ness/Peter Noone/Elvis/Billy Preston/Claude Rains/Rocky & Bullwinkle/Phyllis Schlaffley/Sinatra/Phil Spector/Tiny Tim/Alan Watts/Tarzan/Lawrence Welk



Tall Tales

Tall Tales Author Carol Pugliano-Martin
ISBN-10 0439113679
Release 2000-10-01
Pages 64
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Eight short plays for grades 3-5, with writing prompts and activities that link to language arts, social studies, etc.



Tall Tales Taller Tales and Out and Out Lies

Tall Tales  Taller Tales  and Out and Out Lies Author Sandy Walker Iii
ISBN-10 9781438999708
Release 2009-08-01
Pages 132
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Most of these stories are true. Some are fabrications. "The Gun Show" is one. It is a loose interpretation of an event. If you are familiar with the event, you will understand the satire. The stories, such as "The Great Possum Slayer," tell of a hunting adventure. We are all guilty of doing something to a friend in the name of fun. "The night Before Christmas" describes a practical joke that turned out better than planned! Several stories, as an example, "BB'S & Bumblebees," reflect on our desire to imitate our parents. Several of the stories convey a safety message. "The Hazards of Plastic Bullets," is an example that shows what can happen in the blink of an eye when we choose to disregard a simple safety statement. Some of the stories deal with older people and a time not so long ago. These people believed that you took care of your problem. You will notice in these stories, the problem would have gone away or been taken care of long before law enforcement could arrive. With our modern communications we can now summon the Calvary in an instant. It has not been too long ago that this was not the case in a lot of areas of our great nation. "The Letter," is an adaptation of a letter I want read at my funeral. Surprise, fear, courage, fortitude and a child's belief that they are bullet proof are all expressed in stories in this book. A book of this nature easily causes us to reflect on our lives and events that have slipped into our fading memory. If this book reminds a single individual of any similar events in their past, makes them a safer individual, or makes them laugh it will have succeed in its purpose beyond expectations.



American Legends and Tall Tales

American Legends and Tall Tales Author Steven James Petruccio
ISBN-10 9780486477862
Release 2011-02-17
Pages 30
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Journey into the nation's past with this gallery of 30 figures of history and folklore — Paul Bunyan, Pecos Bill, Annie Oakley, Johnny Appleseed, Casey Jones, Betsy Ross, and other characters.



Tall tales

Tall tales Author Scholastic Inc
ISBN-10 0590495364
Release 2001
Pages 48
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This unit introduces tall tales, discusses four models, analyzes standards, and provides steps to writing in the genre. Includes classroom reproducibles.



Tall Tales

Tall Tales Author E. R. Reilly
ISBN-10 9780953922949
Release 2005
Pages 149
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Tall Tales has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Tall Tales also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Tall Tales book for free.



Tall Tales

Tall Tales Author Terry Pluto
ISBN-10 0803287666
Release 2000-10-01
Pages 397
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An account of the NBA from 1956 to 1966, after the introduction of the 24-second shot clock, highlights those who dominated the sport during its "glory days," including Red Auerbach, Wilt Chamberlain, and the Boston Celtics.



Tall Tales some True

Tall Tales  some True Author Greg McGee
ISBN-10 0143009133
Release 2008
Pages 312
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Greg McGee's haphazard journey as unlikely writer, rebellious rugby player, ambivalent protestor, lawyer and defendant, mutineer tourist, dilettante coach and incompetent kangaroo culler has taken him from Ponsonby to Paraburdoo, Tapanui to Harlem, Dunedin to Venice and various other T-shirt destinations. During this time he has crossed paths with a diverse cast of characters, from Peter Mahon to Keith Murdoch, Peggy Guggenheim to Duncan Laing, Ken Gray to Billy T. James, Raymond Hawthorne to Bert Potter, not to mention Grizz Wylie, Janet Frame's brother, Sicilian witches, Vincent van Gogh and writers, actors, producers and other denizens of stage and screen. For theatre, he has written both Foreskin's Lament, which has been described as 'the great New Zealand play', and Whitemen, which McGee describes as 'New Zealand's biggest home-made bomb'. He also wrote the controversial mini-series Erebus, The Aftermath and much else for television, and has published the odd short story and sports column. Tall Tales (Some True) is an unabashedly subjective account of that journey, and of the backstage mechanics of a particular writer's life. It is a seriously entertaining attempt to answer the question writers get asked most often - 'Where do you get your ideas from?'



American Tall Tales

American Tall Tales Author Mary Pope Osborne
ISBN-10 9780307982599
Release 2013-08-28
Pages 128
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The perfect addition to every family’s home library and just right for sharing aloud, American Tall Tales introduces readers to America’s first folk heroes in nine wildly exaggerated and downright funny stories. Here are Paul Bunyan, that king-sized lumberjack who could fell “ten white pines with a single swing”; John Henry, with his mighty hammer; Mose, old New York’s biggest, bravest fireman; Sally Ann Thunder Ann Whirlwind, who could “outgrin, outsnort, outrun, outlift, outsneeze, outsleep, outlie any varmint”; and other uniquely American characters, together in one superb collection. In the tradition of the original nineteenth-century storytellers, Mary Pope Osborne compiles, edits, and adds her own two cents’ worth—and also supplies fascinating historical headnotes. Michael McCurdy’s robust colored wood engravings recall an earlier time, perfectly capturing all the vitality of the men and women who carved a new country out of the North American wilderness. From the Hardcover edition.



Short Stories and Tall Tales

Short Stories and Tall Tales Author Roger J. & Wilma J. Burnett
ISBN-10 1475942656
Release 2012-10-05
Pages 104
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Short Stories and Tall Tales tells of the bummer days of eight young people. Some days are normal living experiences and others are the result of over active imaginations with suspense and a touch of the paranormal thrown in for good measure. Saturday Morning Surprise page 1 Brianna is twelve and talks her dad into having her own Puppy. She quickly discovers a part of puppy ownership she hadn’t planned on.. Only her active imagination can rescue her from this dilemma. Toboggan Hill Page 25 Josh and his brother Ethan have an advanced case of sibling rivalry. Who will be the fastest down Toboggan Hill, the steepest and most treacherous hill in town? Will one get hurt, like last year? The Visit. Page 37 Isabel wakes up in the dark of the night to discover her Grandmother and a friend Miss Daisy are in her bedroom room and dressed as witches. If that's not scary enough, Miss Daisy has had a memory lapse and can't remember how to reverse the spell she's cast on Isabel's brothers, Josh and Ethan. Halloween Page 51 Nate’s favorite holiday was Halloween, until the night he met a real ghost called Steadly. The Dreaded Pantry Door. Page 65 Kenzee’s friend Goody shares a secret that she keeps hidden behind the kitchen pantry door in her house. If parents find out, it could change the lives of every kid in the neighborhood. Paces and Pits Page 75 Aynslee and her siblings, agree to help their Grandfather test an experimental super modern ultra-reality computer game. The computer somehow beams them inside as real pieces of the game and now they must find the secret to getting out.



Tall Tales

Tall Tales Author Chris Bell
ISBN-10 1869614186
Release 2000-07-28
Pages 32
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At school, Philip is writing to his new penfriend Anna. He is upset that he has to write to a girl because girls don't like anything that boys like. Anna writes back to Philip. Both Philip and Anna try to make their families and their homes sound more exciting than they really are. Then Mrs Tam tells Philip's class that she has organised a picnic with their penfriends. Philip is worried that Anna might ask awkward questions. On picnic day he hides in the kitchen until the soccer match. When the match starts, a girl tackles Phillip to the ground. It's Anna!



Ten Tall Tales of the Old West

Ten Tall Tales of the Old West Author Kevin Thorsheim
ISBN-10 1462811663
Release 1999-09-20
Pages 96
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Ten short stories of a fictional and hilarious, Old West.



Tall Tales about the Mind and Brain

Tall Tales about the Mind and Brain Author Sergio Della Sala
ISBN-10 0198568762
Release 2007
Pages 509
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Does listening to Mozart make us more intelligent? Is there such a thing as a gay gene? Does the size of the brain matter? Does the moon influence our behaviour? Can we communicate with the dead? Can graphology tell us anything about a person's character? Is the human brain clonable? What role do dreams have in cognition? Can mind conquer matter and diseases? Are out-of-body experiences possible? Can we trust our intuitions? To some, the answer to all these questions might well be resounding 'no', but to many people these represents serious beliefs about the mind and the brain ... Tall tales about the mind and brain presents a sweeping survey of common myths about the mind and brain. In a light-hearted and accessible style, it exposes the truth behind these beliefs, how they are perpetuated, why people believe them, and even why they might exist in the first place. -- Reverso de cubierta.



Tall Tales from An Estuary

Tall Tales from An Estuary Author
ISBN-10 9781907163166
Release 2010
Pages 125
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Tall Tales from An Estuary has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Tall Tales from An Estuary also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Tall Tales from An Estuary book for free.



Adirondack Tall Tales

Adirondack Tall Tales Author Helen Escha Tyler
ISBN-10 9781615791125
Release 2009-09-22
Pages 96
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As Martha looked through her mother's notes and also reflected on her own life, she realized there were other unfinished books about the Adirondacks. For example, she has written An Adirondack Scotch Pine Love Story and, in conjunction with her husband, a biography of Tom Norman, a well known farmer and entrepreneur in the North Country. This book of Adirondack Tall Tales is derived mostly from Helen Tyler's previous books, but there are two stories that have not appeared in earlier works. Martha added a discussion of folk tales and tall tales. She also added a brief multi-cultural comparison of a folk tale from Africa to show the difference between "tall" and "folk" tales. MARTHA TYLER JOHN Helen Escha Tyler (1892-1986) lived in the Adirondacks nearly 95 years and wrote several books about the Adirondacks. Martha Tyler John, was born in Saranac Lake, New York, and returned to the Adirondacks frequently. After receiving her doctorate from Stanford University, she enjoyed a lengthy career as a professor and university administrator. She wrote dozens of books and articles and also edited her mother's last book, a biography of Paul Smith, that was published by North Country Books.



Qwilleran s Short and Tall Tales

Qwilleran s Short and Tall Tales Author Lilian Jackson Braun
ISBN-10 9780755389896
Release 2013-04-25
Pages 79
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When Jim Qwilleran retired to Moose County (400 miles north of everywhere), he intended to write a book -- a novel of crime and investigation with a metropolitan setting. He never finished the first page! Instead, he listened to the folktales of local people and recorded a collection of Moose County legends. Qwilleran's informants swore they were true -- even though some had a supernatural twist that left one wondering. . .