This memoir was recently discovered and appears to have been written in the 1920s by someone who asserts that he was Jack the Ripper. This person is James Willoughby Carnac, and this memoir was written shortly before his death. It is an account of his entire life, including a few short months in 1888 when he became the murderer known to posterity as Jack the Ripper. This book introduces a new suspect for the infamous murders in Whitechapel in 1888.
Allegra is an unusual name. It means 'happy' in Italian, but the little girl in this story is sometimes very sad. She is only five years old, but she tells Adrian, her new friend, that she is going to die soon. How does she know? And who is the other Allegra? The girl in a long white nightdress, who has golden hair and big blue eyes. The girl who comes only at night, and whose hands and face are cold, so cold . . .
Sister Love and Other Crime Stories - Bookworms - Stage 1
Some sisters are good friends, some are not. Sometimes there is more hate in a family than there is love. Karin is beautiful and has lots of men friends, but she can be very unkind to her sister Marcia. Perhaps when they were small, there was love between them, but that was a long time ago. They say that everybody has one crime in them. Perhaps they only take an umbrella that does not belong to them. Perhaps they steal from a shop, perhaps they get angry and hit someone, perhaps they kill . . .
Sing, read, and march along to this silly classic with an attached audio CD!
Sing along to this catchy tune with these marching, counting ants as they reach their final destination down in the ground to get out of the rain! With bold illustrations by Jeffrey Scherer, this rhythmic tune will have readers singing out loud!
A CD featuring The Ants Go Marching and two other songs in the series, This Little Light of Mine and There Were Ten in the Bed, is included in this reasonably priced package.
Ivy League Enjoy English – Issue 152 – January 2016
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