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!

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: 489

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

View: 922

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

Merlick spun his swords against clanging into the ice monster's skin. The ice
monster erupted into a roar, letting Chitso slide off its fist and fall off the edge of
the cart. “Chitso!” cried Merlick again. “I'm-I'm all right,” groaned Chitso. Merlick
could ...

Author: Kenny Moncrieff

Publisher: Dorrance Publishing

ISBN: 1434995631

Category: Fiction

Page: 252

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No Mind Any Man

Help me! The Ice Monsters are coming! Save me.” The whites of Mabil's eyes are
flaring, snot is running out of her nose, she is truly terrified. She trips, falls at
Jughen's feet, shaking in terror as she reaches up for strength. “We are going to

Author: Michael Sutton

Publisher: E-Books Publisher

ISBN: 1780690142

Category: Literary Collections


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Kyle s Ice Cream Monster Book

"Blaff"Ice Cream Monster Blaf's favorite thing to do is draw pictures of Kule. When
he draws, the pictures turn to ice cream. But jou have to quickly catch the ice
cream and remove the elješ and mouth before jou decide to eat. "B00"Ice Cream

Author: Kyle Rudich


ISBN: 1312558105


Page: 20

View: 246

This book is about Ice Cream Monsters and each of their characteristics. They are friendly, funny and full of surprises.

Extreme Monsters Joke Book

Which monster eats the fastest ? The goblin ! How do you know if a monster's
been in the house ? There are muddy footprints on the carpet ! ... What happened
when the ice monster ate a hot pepper ? He blew his cool ! Monster Boy : Should
I ...

Author: Nikki Bataille Lange

Publisher: Brighter Minds Children's Publishin

ISBN: 9781577911814

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 95

View: 482

Presents a collection of jokes and riddles about monsters, ghouls, ghosts, and other scary beings.

Thor Is Locked In My Garage

As the monster lunged at the boys, she swung her hockey stick and hooked it
around its ankle. The boys rolled desperately aside as the ice creature toppled
face first into the snow. “Ka-BOOM!” Susie crowed in triumph. It was what she
shouted ...

Author: Robert J. Harris

Publisher: Floris Books

ISBN: 1782501479

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 192

View: 877

Brothers Greg and Lewis are enjoying a heatwave in the summer holidays -- until Loki, the god of mischief, buries St Andrews in a huge blizzard! Loki is determined to conquer the universe and will stop at NOTHING to get his way. Greg, Lewis and their friend Susie must make a perilous journey to Asgard, the City of the Gods, to foil Loki's evil plan. Luckily, Thor, the god of thunder, has turned up to help them. Unfortunately, he's locked in the boys' garage... The hilarious sequel to The Day the World Went Loki is filled with monsters, mischief and everyone's favourite Norse gods.

Chris Crawford on Game Design

One person , called the Dungeon Master ( DM ) , designs and maps out a
dungeon populated with dragons , monsters , treasures , special armor and
weapons ... For example , the players might find themselves confronted with an
ice monster .

Author: Chris Crawford

Publisher: New Riders

ISBN: 9780131460997

Category: Computers

Page: 476

View: 665

A pioneer in the field of game design and development draws on his own experiences to present a useful collection of insider tips, wisdom, advice, skills, and techniques, along with an overview of the history of fame programming, low and high interactivity designs, the importance of storytelling, and more. Original. (Intermediate)

The New Dominion Monthly

But while the grander as if in terror , fling up clouds of spray , and ones come
quietly and gradually , the madly toss themselves , as if in agony , upon smaller
ones are generally broken off viothe shore . The young ice - monster dives lently
in ...






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Land Without Laughter

After them, each looking long at the bleak heavens before vanishing into the ice
wall, came the men. Pouring from the cleft into which we entered was half a foot
of swift water! Far below the surface of the ice monster, threading through its ...

Author: Ahmad Kamal

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 0595010059

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 356

View: 598

"In the veins of the men of Tataristan courses the blood of Mongol, Hun, Macedonian and Chinese…the fanaticism of Saladin’s and Tamerlane’s Islam, and a rich heritage of Chinese wile." This is the land and these are the countrymen of Ahmad Kamal’s ancestors. A Muslim of Tartar stock, Mr. Kamal was born in America. His great-grandfather fought against the Russians in Central Asia. More than a century later, his American descendant returned to renew the battle in the 1930s. Kamal entered Turkestan through India and Tibet, crossing in mid-winter the most formidable frontier in the world, the Himalayan passes. The account of this journey — under constant threat of extinction from falling avalanches of snow — begins a series of almost incredibly hazardous adventures, told with an authenticity that unrolls the whole richly colored tapestry of a strange, feudal, and barbaric land. AuthorBio: Ahmad Kamal was born on a Colorado Indian reservation in 1914 of Turco-Tatar parents who were forced into exile by the Tsar for participation in the 1905 Revolution. Kamal's genetic makeup imprinted all his endeavors be they as deep sea diver, combat pilot, horseman, warrior, and as exponent of national self-determination. He commanded the Basmachi Rebellion in Turkistan in the 1920's and 1930's, supported the independence of Indonesia and Algeria, and was commanding General of the Muslim liberation forces of the Union of Burma into the 1980's. Though he devoted his entire life to the independence of his fatherland from the Russian and Chinese yokes, he died a month short of the collapse of the USSR. Japan's press, Asahi Shimbun marked his exsistence stating: "Ahmad Kamal lived like a Samurai—and died like a Samurai."

United States Congressional serial set inventory control record 2

The trail of the ice monster has been traced , his magnitude measured , his form
and even his features figured forth , and all from the slime of his body alone ,
where even his characteristic tracks fail . He who questions this reading of the
riddle ...






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Life in the clearings versus the bush

The ice remained like a giant slumbering upon his post . ... 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 ...

Author: afterwards MOODIE STRICKLAND (Susannah)





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The North Pole and what Has Been Done to Reach it

reached Frobisher's Strait , but on account of ice and contrary winds flew to the
westward for a month . ... One party were for going home at once , another did not
care so they got out of the grip of the ice monster ; but he adds , there were others

Author: Percy Bolingbroke St. John

Publisher: London : C.H. Clarke


Category: Arctic regions

Page: 310

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Life in the Clearings Versus the Bush

... wish any person to suffer injury ; but they give up the grand spectacle they had
expected to witness with regret. At four o'clock in the afternoon most of the
wonder- watchers had retired, disgusted with the tardy movements of the ice
monster, ...

Author: Susanna Moodie

Publisher: New York : De Witt & Davenport


Category: Ontario

Page: 384

View: 827


Ice. Monster. As so often happens after a storm, the following morning dawned
bright and clear. A blue sky could be glimpsed through the tree tops and the
sunlight reflected off the snow in sparkles of light. 'Just like faery light,'Oona
exclaimed ...

Author: Morag Campbell

Publisher: MWI Publishing

ISBN: 0954445066

Category: Fiction

Page: 192

View: 840

Hurtling through space, a bright, vivid jewel in a host of stars known as planet Earth breathes life into her charges. But something has been lost, and a way back must be found.

Monster of the Midway

From four hundred feet, the pilot cracked a window and dropped a four-pound
piece of cast iron known as the “iron bomb.” Einarson would need to find another
place to land if the iron ball broke through the ice. But the weight fell rapidly and ...

Author: Jim Dent

Publisher: Macmillan

ISBN: 1466853107

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 320

View: 649

Jim Dent's Monster of the Midway is the story of football's fiercest competitor, the legendary Bronko Nagurski. From his discovery in the middle of a Minnesota field to his 1943 comeback season at Wrigley, from the University of Minnesota to the Hall of Fame, Bronko Nagurksi's life is a story of grit, hard work, passion, and, above all, an unstoppable drive to win. Monster of the Midway recounts Nagurski's unparalleled triumphs during the 1930s and '40s, when the Chicago Bears were the kings of professional football. From 1930, the Bronk's first year, through 1943, his last, the Bears won five NFL titles and played in four other NFL Championship Games. Focusing on Nagurski's 1943 comeback season, and how he miraculously led the Bears to their fourth NFL championship against the backdrop of World War II era Chicago, Jim Dent uncovers the riveting drama of Nagurski's playing days. His efforts were the stuff of legend, and his success in 1943 accomplished in spite of a battered frame, worn-out knees, multiple cracked ribs, and a broken bone in his lower back. While chronicling the drama of the '43 championship chase, Dent also tells of both the Bears' colorful early years and Bronko's improbable rise to fame from the backwoods of northern Minnesota. Woven into the narrative are the sights and smells and sounds of one of the most romantic, flavorful eras of the twentieth century. And laced through it all are stories of legend: Bronko rubbing shoulders with colorful characters like George Halas, Red Grange, Sid Luckman, and Sammy Baugh; Bronko running into (and breaking) the brick wall at Wrigley Field; Bronko winning All-American spots for two positions; Bronko knocking scores of opponents unconscious; and Bronko reaching the heights of football glory and, with rare grace, turning his back on the game after winning his last championship. Rich in unforgettable stories and scenes, this is Jim Dent's account of Bronko Nagurski-arguably the greatest football player who ever lived-and his teammates, the roughest, toughest, rowdiest group of players ever to don leather helmets, and the original Monsters of the Midway.

Armchair Nation

... wind and great clumps of ice fell off, denting parked cars and piercing the roofs
of houses. since being completed three years earlier, the mast had acquired an
ugly reputation among the surrounding villagers, who called it 'the ice monster'.

Author: Joe Moran

Publisher: Profile Books

ISBN: 1847654444

Category: History

Page: 464

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But what does your furniture point at?' asks the character Joey in the sitcom Friends on hearing an acquaintance has no TV. It's a good question: since its beginnings during WW2, television has assumed a central role in our houses and our lives, just as satellite dishes and aerials have become features of urban skylines. Television (or 'the idiot's lantern', depending on your feelings about it) has created controversy, brought coronations and World Cups into living rooms, allowed us access to 24hr news and media and provided a thousand conversation starters. As shows come and go in popularity, the history of television shows us how our society has changed. Armchair Nation reveals the fascinating, lyrical and sometimes surprising history of telly, from the first demonstration of television by John Logie Baird (in Selfridges) to the fear and excitement that greeted its arrival in households (some viewers worried it might control their thoughts), the controversies of Mary Whitehouse's 'Clean Up TV' campaign and what JG Ballard thought about Big Brother. Via trips down memory lane with Morecambe and Wise, Richard Dimbleby, David Frost, Blue Peter and Coronation Street, you can flick between fascinating nuggets from the strange side of TV: what happened after a chimpanzee called 'Fred J. Muggs' interrupted American footage of the Queen's wedding, and why aliens might be tuning in to The Benny Hill Show.


... such has been the impetus imparted by the descent of the slide . DOUBTFUL
ADVICE . Slower and slower moves the ice monster : slower and A
CORRESPONDENT of the Varsity wishes to improve slower ; it stops . But why
does the man ...






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The Ice Queen

And Mrs. Moormann also described how she killed Watkowiak. In the kitchen of
her house, by the way.” “My God, what an ice-cold monster.” Pia realized how
easily her encounter with Anja Moormann could have turned out deadly for her,

Author: Nele Neuhaus

Publisher: Minotaur Books

ISBN: 1466836911

Category: Fiction

Page: 352

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The body of 92-year-old Jossi Goldberg, Holocaust survivor and American citizen, is found shot to death execution style in his house near Frankfurt. A five-digit number is scrawled in blood at the murder scene. The autopsy reveals an old and unsuccessfully covered tattoo on the corpse's arm—a blood type marker once used by Hitler's SS. Pia Kirchhoff and Oliver Bodenstein are faced with a riddle. Was the old man not Jewish after all? Who was he, really? Two more, similar murders happen—one of a wheelchair-bound old lady in a nursing home, and one of a man with a cellar filled with Nazi paraphernalia—and slowly the connections between the victims becomes evident: All of them were lifelong friends with Vera von Kaltensee, baroness, well-respected philanthropist, and head of an old, rich family that she rules with an iron fist. Pia and Oliver follow the trail, which leads them all the way back to the end of World War II and the area of Poland that then belonged to East Prussia. No one is who they claim to be, and things only begin to make sense when the two investigators realize what the bloody number stands for, and uncover an old diary and an eyewitness who is finally willing to come forward. Nele Neuhaus's The Ice Queen is a character- and plot-driven mystery about revenge, power, and long-forgotten and covered up secrets from a time in German history that still affects the present.