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The LibriVox Free Audiobook Collection : Free Audio : Download & Streaming

The LibriVox Free Audiobook Collection : Free Audio : Download & Streaming
LibriVox recording of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain. Read by John Greenman. The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (published 1876) is a very well-known and popular story concerning American youth. Mark Twain's lively tale of the scrapes and adventures of boyhood is set in St. Petersburg, Missouri, where Tom Sawyer and his friend Huckleberry Finn have the kinds of adventures many boys can imagine: racing bugs during class, impressing girls, with fights and stunts in the schoolyard, getting... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 17 reviews ) Topics: librivox, audiobook, literature Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text Librivox recording of the Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Librivox recording of Moby Dick, or the Whale, by Herman Melville. LibriVox recording of Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. Librivox recording of The Art of War by Sun Tzu, translated by Lionel Giles. Librivox recording of Adventures of Huckleberry Finn , by Mark Twain.

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Short Stories Free Audio Sort by Titles Per Page 1 - 10 of 343 Titles DIY "Moleskine" Ereader cover For the base of my e-reader cover, I decided to use the shell of a hardback book. You could use a hardback book from a thrift store or some thick non-corrugated paperboard or other such material that will be durable and won't bend easily. I got my "base" book - 39 Clues - from a closing Borders store for next to nothing. The first thing you need to do is remove the pages *without* damaging the spine or ripping the book apart. I just used a box cutter to cut out the "guts" of the book. On the inside cover of the book, look for the seam in the crease where the inner paper lining the book has been glued to the front cover.

Sci-Fi / Horror : Free Movies : Download & Streaming Sci-Fi / Horror by Karl Hardman, Russell Streiner movies eye The pros and cons of living with your significant other All artwork and content on this site is Copyright © 2015 Matthew Inman. Please don't steal. TheOatmeal.com was lovingly built using CakePHP All artwork and content on this site is Copyright © 2015 Matthew Inman. Please don't steal. TheOatmeal.com was lovingly built using CakePHP TeachersFirst's Audio Books with Text Engage young children in this colorful site, packed with songs, interactive books, art and music interactives, and emergent reading activities. Reaching a wide range of grades, this site offers over 50 different engaging activities. Visit the stories made by children. The free part of this site includes a great variety of topics: Boston Tea Party, alphabet, making mistakes, metamorphosis, Mars, a variety of popular children's songs, nouns, upper case and lower case, Beatrix Potter, jokes, Bach & Van Gogh, Mona and Beethoven, and much more!

DIY Kindle Cover This instructable flows out of Rayeath's very helpful nook cover instructable with some (hopefully) helpful changes. How to convert a hardback book into a Kindle cover with a strap: What you will need: 1) A book you don't mind chopping up; this book must be at least 7.5" tall, 5" wide, and 1 cm thick (though a little thicker might be better) 2) Two sheets of craft felt which are larger than the books covers by approximately 2 inches on all sides 3) Hot glue gun & glue sticks 4) Up to 3' of 1/2" braided elastic 5) Stiff paperboard; Rayeath recommends a cereal box, I used the covers of an old composition notebook 6) Scissors 7) X-acto knife 8) Paperclip 9) Ruler 10) Sharpie I spent less than $10 on this whole project, including the book, which I found for 99 cents at Goodwill. It took me about two hours, but this is my first attempt, as well as my first instructable, so a more competent crafter could move more quickly, I imagine.

Water Blob: Tutorial A few weeks ago I saw this idea for water blobs floating around online and decided to try it ourselves the next time we were having friends over to play. Can I just say that this “water blob” was amazing amounts of fun. I layed on it, the kids jumped on it, slid across it and spent the entire day doing all sorts of crazy acrobatics. We loved it so much that I almost can’t wait to do another one. And the next one will have glitter in it… tons of glitter. Spotlight English Transcript Voice 1 Thank you for joining us for today’s Spotlight program.

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