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Children's writer Michael Morpurgo has written over 100 books as of 2014, five of which have been adapted into films. His favorites among the assortment of novels, picture books and short story collections he has written... More »

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Saint Michael's life story includes banishing Satan from heaven and communicating with important biblical figures on God's behalf. Catholic Online describes Saint Michael the Archangel as one of the chief princes of heav... More »

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Two of author Michael Connelly's books have been adapted into films. His novels "Blood Work" and "The Lincoln Lawyer" were adapted by screenwriters Brian Helgeland and John Romano, respectively. More »

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Michael Connelly is the author of 27 novels as of 2015. His books carry a mystery theme and are based around crimes and major events that are set in the United States. More »

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The "How to Train Your Dragon" books are a series of fiction novels for young readers penned by British author Cressida Cowell beginning in 2003. As of 2014, there are 11 published books in the series, which follow the a... More »

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ReadGoosebumpsFreeOnline.page.tl has the original 22 "Goosebumps" books by R. L. Stine available for reading online. However, the site does not have the books from "Horrorland" onwards. More »

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According to Seussville, Oobleck is a sticky, green substance that falls from the sky. Oobleck is introduced in the story, "Bartholomew and the Oobleck" by Dr. Seuss. More »

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