2 edition of In the tall land. found in the catalog.
In the tall land.
|Statement||With illus. by Gladys M. Lux.|
|LC Classifications||PS3558.A35 I5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged)|
|LC Control Number||64028857|
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"A Tall Man in a Low Land" was both funny and informative from beginning to the end. Should be a must read for anyone making their first trip to Belgium, or for that matter old hands that have made the trip before.
I learned more about Belgians and Belgian history from this book than I have from three visits to the country and a stack of travel /5(24). A Tall Man in a Low Land book. Read 32 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
Most British travel writers head south for a destination t /5. this is a beautiful book. 88 pages long, willa cather apparently named this book along with the scarlet letter and the adventures of huckleberry finn as the three soon-to-be-eternal cornerstones of american lit. can't help but notice moby-dick isn't on that short list, which is weird, because while reading this i just kept thinking "wow /5.
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Since Gath was mentioned as one of the remaining places of the Anakim, many have speculated that Goliath was a descendant of these people. As a man considered over nine feet tall (1 Samuel ), Goliath certainly fit the description of a "tall" man. Second Samuel mentions additional men in Rapha and Gath who were considered formidable.
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Find the quotes you need to support your essay, or. Being a tall girl, I LOVE this book! It's hilarious, and if you're tall, you'll understand everything.
I think this would be a great book for tall, young girls (note, there is a bit in there about dating, so you may want to skim through prior to allowing the kid to read). I wish I had this when I was a teenager, but it was a great read even still!Reviews: Tall Tales Book List.
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