The Ice Monster

David Walliams burst on to the American scene with his New York Times bestseller Demon Dentist, and now he’s bringing his signature humor to this story of a ten-year-old orphan and a 10,000-year-old mammoth.

Author: David Walliams

Publisher: HarperCollins

ISBN: 0062561138

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 496

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Hailed as “the heir to Roald Dahl” by The Spectator, the UK’s #1 bestselling children’s author, David Walliams, will have fans of Jeff Kinney and Rachel Renee Russell in stitches! David Walliams burst on to the American scene with his New York Times bestseller Demon Dentist, and now he’s bringing his signature humor to this story of a ten-year-old orphan and a 10,000-year-old mammoth. When Elsie, an orphan on the streets of Victorian London, hears about the mysterious Ice Monster—a woolly mammoth found at the North Pole—she’s determined to discover more.... Luckily, a chance encounter brings Elsie face to face with the creature, sparking the adventure of a lifetime—from London to the heart of the Arctic!

The Berenstain Bear Scouts and the Ice Monster

Author: Stan Berenstain

Publisher: Little Apple

ISBN: 9780590944793

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 95

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Beartown is getting ready for its big winter carnival, and the Bear Scouts hear that a visitor is on his way. Is it Santa--or the legendary Ice Monster?

Comet The Ice Monster

Comet, The Ice Monster is a science fiction story based on the investigation of a mysterious plane crash in Alaska caused by a giant serpent that lies beneath the ice.In the early winter of 1992, it is a time of chaos in the United States.

Author: Ray Torres, III

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ISBN: 9781939625403

Category: Fiction

Page: 190

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Comet, The Ice Monster is a science fiction story based on the investigation of a mysterious plane crash in Alaska caused by a giant serpent that lies beneath the ice.In the early winter of 1992, it is a time of chaos in the United States. The lust for greed and power is fueling society due to a loss of trust in the people's government, and conflict between the people and their government is imminent. However, many countries, including the United States, are about to face a bigger situation that will require worldwide effort . . . global warming. Due to ozone depletion in the North Pole, the massive heat waves have made their way south to the state of Alaska. The ice is melting and the glaciers are moving. Due to the massive disturbance of not only the surface, but deep down below, a giant serpent is awaken from its icy lair and unleashes itself to the world by breaking through Matanuska Glacier in Alaska. It makes its first sign of existence by causing a plane crash, killing an entire team of environmental expedition scientists. The government immediately assigns a rescue team to fly out to Alaska and investigate the wreckage for possible survivors.The rescue team consists of four people, all with different backgrounds of expertise in various fields of science and national defense. They are Roger Kramer, an active officer in training to become a general with the United States Military, Jack Sell, ex-military officer now with the United States Research Center, Dr. Lisa Reynolds, archeologist and historian of the prehistoric age, and Dr. Ishiro Oyama, chief scientist of the USRC with his biggest strengths of study in geographical change and climate control. Together, these four individuals immediately fly out to answer the questions of mystery of the crash in an environment of unforgiving elements.As the hours go by and the frustration begins to intensify with no results, the team manifests a feeling of doubt, a wild goose chase of a trip this was for them. With the elements now getting the best of them, survival becomes paramount to their success in this mission. Suddenly from within the wreckage, photos of the last surviving minutes are discovered, and a clue as to what went down now surfaces, in the form of unspeakable terror of monstrous proportions!

The Berenstain Bears Chapter Book The Ice Monster

Frozen fur balls! Someone—or something—is about to crash the Beartown Winter Carnival!. Could it be Santa? Not even close. Look out, Bear Country, a terrifying ice monster is coming to town!

Author: Stan Berenstain

Publisher: Harper Collins

ISBN: 0062188755

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 128

View: 533

Frozen fur balls! Someone—or something—is about to crash the Beartown Winter Carnival!. Could it be Santa? Not even close. Look out, Bear Country, a terrifying ice monster is coming to town!

Scooby Doo and the Eerie Ice Monster

While on a Halloween cruise in Galcier Bay, Alaska, to visit Velma's goldminer Uncle Brad, Scooby-Doo and his friends encounter ice monsters from a melting glacier, creatures the ship's captain tells them are a sign of bad luck.

Author: Jesse Leon McCann

Publisher: Scholastic Paperbacks

ISBN: 9780439206679

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 24

View: 448

While on a Halloween cruise in Galcier Bay, Alaska, to visit Velma's goldminer Uncle Brad, Scooby-Doo and his friends encounter ice monsters from a melting glacier, creatures the ship's captain tells them are a sign of bad luck.

Chitso Samake

Merlick spun his swords again gouging into the ice monster's skin. The ice
monster erupted in a roar, letting Chitso slide off its fist, and went falling off the
edge of the cart. “Chitso!” cried Merlick again. “I'm—I'm alright,” groaned Chitso.
Merlick ...

Author: Kenny J. Moncrieff

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1456798812

Category: Fiction

Page: 212

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In a Steampunk Asian like world, there are those who gain the powers over specific elements such as wind, fire and things that aren't really elements like machine and death. These people are called Elementals who seek to gain wealth, fame and adventure and form guilds to strive to do so. One of them, a water elemental, from the Ossuka Empire guild is named Chisto Samake. Accidently cursed by someone he loved years ago, he has the chance to fix thing and is assisted by a fellow guild member and friend named Genevive. But being the only one known to have survived this curse, he is sought out by bounty hunters and mercenaries, who wish to collect him for experiments and collections. Obstructed by these, Chitso is helped by his willpower, skill and friends, the water elemental believes he will succeed.

Chitso Samake

The creature looked down at Chitso, while Chitso looked down, confused, at his
palm. “No, no, I wanted a water blast, not a water bubble!” complained Chitso. “
Chitso! I need a help now!” begged Merlick. But the ice monster had already ...

Author: Kenny Moncrieff

Publisher: Dorrance Publishing

ISBN: 1434995631

Category: Fiction

Page: 252

View: 899


Yachting

Yachtsmans. Wisconsin. Ice. Monsters. Ellen Bentsen Robert White Robert White
_ _ IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Introducing. on A SPECIAL breed of sailor, F troubled by
neither cold nor fear, the iceboating season cannot come too soon or last too
long.

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Page: 400

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No Mind Any Man

Then and only then , averting his head away from the most powerful glare does
he see Mabil running towards him , waving her arms . " Jughen , help me ! Help
me ! The Ice Monsters are coming ! Save me . ” The whites of Mabil's eyes are ...

Author: Michael Sutton

Publisher: Pegasus Elliot Mackenzie Pu

ISBN: 9781843862550

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Page: 238

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The New Dominion Monthly

For a time this icecliff overhangs the waves , whose tides The glaciers of the
Arctic regions are gradually wear away its base , and at length constantly at work
pushing forward ... The young ice - monster dives lently in the way I have
described ...

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The Babyccinos The Ice Cream Monster

The cafe is in a panic when food is being kidnapped by an evil ice cream monster and turned into ice cubes.

Author: Dan Mckay

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ISBN: 9780645113631

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Page: 24

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The cafe is in a panic when food is being kidnapped by an evil ice cream monster and turned into ice cubes. Join the Babyccinos Milky, Bubbles, Fluff and Froth as they battle the monster to save Babyccino land and rescue the helpless frozen victims of its icy wrath.

Life in the clearings versus the bush

At four o'clock in the afternoon most of the wonderwatchers had retired ,
disgusted with the tardy novements of the ice monster , when a cry arose from the
banks of the river , to warn the few persons who still loitered on the bridge , to
look out .

Author: afterwards MOODIE STRICKLAND (Susannah)

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The Penny Post

As the picture of the Sphinx in father ' s book monster rose a second time ,
Ominah also about Egypt . rose slowly from his ... He Olaf and I were out of it ; for I
had was answered by the hunter throwing led him away off the new ice , and
seated ...

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Category: Christian literature, English

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Industrial Chicago The building interests

But the day of deliverance came at last ; the elements relented ; warmer breezes
began to hold sway , and the ice monster was driven slowly but surely backward .
But when the resurrected Chicago came forth , what a transformation had the ...

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Grip

Now behold the pigmy and the giant ; the man , the “ Father , father , take , oh !
take me pigmy ; the toboggan , the giant ... Slower and slower moves the ice
monster : slower and A CORRESPONDENT of the Varsity wishes to improve
slower ; it ...

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Fast in the ice c

But the line was a stout one . It had been cut from the hide of a walrus and
prepared in a peculiar way for the purpose of standing a heavy strain . The
Eskimo now played the monster as an angler plays a trout . At one moment he
held on , the ...

Author: Robert Michael Ballantyne

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Page: 124

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Echoes of Europe

They have their green and blue ice , and their fountains , quitting the fixedness of
ages for the fluidity of life - leaping ... of Alpine ice , and heard the crashing and
washing of the stream in the invisible depths of the cold ice monster glacier .

Author: E. K. Washington

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Category: Europe

Page: 693

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The Ice Hunters

Landsmen sometimes suffered dreadfully while hunting seals in punts among the
loose ice floes or while on foot on tight or ... which was about two miles off , but on
arriving they found that she had got her quitus from the same ice monster ...

Author: Shannon Ryan

Publisher: Breakwater Books

ISBN:

Category: History

Page: 525

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The demand for oil to light and lubricate the industrial world changed the face of much of the planet. Newfoundland was part of this widespread transformation as migratory cod fishermen settled here in the early 1800s in order to hunt seals in late winter and early spring. The seal fishery brought prosperity and growth and shaped this new society, but seal hunters and their families paid a heavy human cost in lives lost and suffering experienced. The traditional oil industries were doomed with the discovery of mineral oils and the ha essing of electricity, and Newfoundland-along with other societies-faced painful adjustments while searching for alte ative industries. However while its place in the economy declined, the seal fishery left an indelible imprint on Newfoundland's culture and identity. This study, with its tables, maps and illustrations, examines the history of the Newfoundland seal fishery from its origins up to 1914, ranging in scope from the life of the hunter on the ice flows to the demands of the consumer in the market place. Shannon Ryan was bo in riverhead, Harbor Grace, Newfoundland, and educated at Memorial University of Newfoundland (BA Ed, BA, and MA) and the University of London (PH). He worked for nine years as a schoolteacher and principal and in 1971 he was appointed to the faculty of History. His publications and presentations are in the fields of Newfoundland, Maritime, fisheries and oral history. He served as president of the Newfoundland Historical society during 1984-1988, as Newfoundland's representative on the Social sciences and humanities research council of Canada during 1989-1993 and was elected a fellow of the Royal society in 1988.

Rambles in Alpine Valleys

The groanings that one hears deep in the bowels of the ice - monster , where
pressure acting on crack and crevasse causes movement , the trickling of water ,
the continuous rattling of small stones and the occasional fall of larger ones , all ...

Author: James William Tutt

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Category: Alps

Page: 208

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Sanitary News

But the day of deliverance came at last ; the elements re canal . The work was
promptly undertaken by the state of Illinois lented ; warmer breezes began to hold
sway , and the ice monster and the canal opened to navigation in 1849 .

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