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By Gardner, Don; Illustrated by Cowley, Katz; Performed by Smith, Craig
"Poor Monkey's two front teeth are missing! The Tooth Detective is on the case, but maybe Santa can help. Will Monkey get his special Christmas wish?"--Back cover. Suggested level: junior, primary.
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By Faulk, John Henry; Gardner, Don
The dramatic account of Faulk's six years on the blacklist and his lawsuit against AWARE.
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By Gardner, Don
Arthur Donald Gardner wrote Guadalcanal Diary, published in The Rand McNally Almanac of Adventure and Soldier of Fortune magazine. Days after the infamous Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Gardner stood in a blocks-long line to join the Marine Corps. During his basic training, he ...volunteered for Carlson's Raiders. He participated in amphibious landings on Guadalcanal and Bougainville. He was medically evacuated off Bougainville due to malaria. While recovering in a San Diego Hospital, he was assigned to a Marine Military Police unit. He then served on Okinawa until the war ended. He was then sent to Tangku, China where he engaged in a Jeep Patrol. China Jeep Patrol is based on Gardner's experiences in the Tangku area in 1945. Gardner entered the Marine Corps with an 8th grade education. After his discharge from the Marines, he earned an Associate Degree at Boise Junior College. He progressed to Denver University and finally Colorado State University. Gardner's participation as a combat Marine and a Military Police Officer in Tangku, China provided him a unique perspective of the dangerous and desperate conditions in post WWII China. Includes diaries for Makin Island and Bouganville Raids.Read more
Not since Margaret Mitchell's Scarlett O'Hara has there been a more talked about literary character than Glory Anne Grimes. When she was good, she was very very good. When she was bad, she was sleaze. The saga begins when our hero...
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