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by Julie Steimle,James Steimle

The Autumn Land: Thirteenth Anniversary Edition download ebook
ISBN:
0984160019
ISBN13:
978-0984160013
Author:
Julie Steimle,James Steimle
Publisher:
Technical Data Freeway, Inc (October 1, 2009)
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Pages:
190 pages
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1269 kb
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1409 kb
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Rating:
4.8

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3 books of James Steimle. James Steimle leads you into a secret world of cutthroat scholars where some finds are best left undiscovered. Little do Jim or his friends know what wonders and nightmares will fall with orange leaves in icy evening winds during the seven days approaching Halloween. More . Book rate: 0 downloads. The New Adventures of Stephen Crown.

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The Autumn Land He knew was he was seeing.

Like werewolves they scratched at the towering, cracked, brittle, archaic, four-foot structure, bounding to its top. Standing on the dike between two worlds, they all sighed the dusty exhalations they’d saved since last Halloween. He knew was he was seeing.

A traveller to strange lands and different civilizations, who boldy goes where other travellers have gone before and have come back with more pictures than she has. And who rewrites a lot just to bug everybody. Her books are more interesting.

It is the little things that make Jim Bradbury fear that his father and all adults alike are about to unwittingly stop the arrival of his favorite holiday. Little do Jim or his friends know what wonders and nightmares will fall with orange leaves in icy evening winds during the seven days approaching Halloween. Could Jim end up more tormented or happy? Come see!
Reviews:
  • Qudanilyr
This is a great book for children, especially during the the autumn time of the year. If your child is looking for something exciting to read as they countdown the days to Halloween, this is the book for them!

The book is broken down into seven parts, each representing an event leading up to Halloween.
In the first part, Jim Bradbury is afraid that his favorite autumn holiday will get trampled under the fast-pace of the adult world around him.
In the second part, "Summon the Night", friends gather to play Halloween games.
An intense and magical trip to "The Pumpkin Patch" follows.
Then Jim guide disappears, and the future looks bleak.
New guides in "Old Man Mortis and the Witch of East Hallow" provide hope.
"The Priest of Halloween" gives answers leading up to the great day itself.
"Seven Saints of All Hallow's Eve" serves as the final adventure on October 31.

This is an opportunity for parents and children to enjoy the good old fashioned spirit of Halloween.
  • Ginaun
This is the book I bought for my son when he was in Mr. Steimle's third grade class. He was always so happy when he would come home from school and regale me with what Mr. Steimle taught him and the stories he was told. He was so excited to be taught by "The BEST teacher ever!" and we both enjoyed this book when he read it to me. It was very well written and we couldn't wait to find out what happens each night when he would read a chapter. Thanks, Mr. Steimle for being the BEST teacher!!!
  • Dianantrius
I read "The Autumn Land" during the middle of summer, yet Steimle's depiction of Jim's October world was so convincing that I could almost feel the cold edge in the air and smell the dried and fallen leaves. Steimle captures the magic of a season as experienced by a young, innocent boy. I recommend this book to anyone (child or adult) who is looking for a fun Halloween book without the gore and nightmares.