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Ursula K. Le Guin

Ursula K. Le Guin is an author of novels, poetry, and short stories for children, young adults, and adults in varying genres from realistic fiction to fantasy and science fiction. She is best known for her work in science fiction which includes her most famous novel The Left Hand of Darkness.



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Traveling Across America
Summer is here, so pack up the car and family for a fun-filled discovery of our great country. Or if you would rather save gas, just check out a few of these books which highlight places far and near throughout the fifty states.
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Owly: Flying Lessons Owly: Flying Lessons
Runton, Andy (2005)
Way cool book! I love the fact that there are no words. I read this to my niece, she's five and she loved it too.
- Jodi from Charlotte, NC
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