Smoky Comes Home

The novel Smoky the Cowhorse by French-Canadian writer and artist Will James won the Newbery Medal in 1927, which is awarded in recognition of a distinguished contribution to American literature for children. I wrote a small excerpt in Centennial Gregg for the blog. Attachment: smoky-comes-home.pdf

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Death of a Grizzly

This selection is an excerpt from the book The Biography of a Grizzly by British-Canadian wildlife artist and author Ernest Seton-Thompson, here written by me in Anniversary Gregg. Attachment: death-of-a-grizzly.pdf

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How Arthur Became King

From the book The Boy’s King Arthur by American author Sidney Lanier, the legend of how Arthur became king of England is a classic that is a favorite of all. Full of challenging vocabulary, I transcribed it for the blog in Centennial Gregg. Attachment: how-arthur-became-king.pdf

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The People of Japan – Part 1

This selection by historian Will Durant from his book The Story of Civilization and transcribed by me in Anniversary Gregg describes the fascinating Japanese culture, their ancient customs and rituals. Attachment: the-people-of-japan-part-1.pdf

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A Passion for Perfume

You may think of perfume and fragrances as something that we use to smell nice, but perfume has always been much more than that. In this article transcribed by me in Centennial Gregg, you will read about its interesting history. Attachment: a-passion-for-perfume.pdf

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