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BeekleTBAOn an island far away, an imaginary friend is born. He patiently waits his turn to be chosen by a real child, but when he is overlooked time and again, he sets off on an incredible journey to the bustling city, where he finally meets his perfect match and-at long last-is given his special name: Beek
The PainterTBAA famous artist with a blinding temper returns to a quiet life after serving time for shooting a man in a Sante Fe bar. That is until he sees a hunting guide beating a small horse, and the artist soon finds himself on the lam, suspected of murder.
MicronationsTBAA lovable oddball finds a place to belong among the bizarre and ridiculous world of "do-it-yourself countries," inhabited by a motley crew of eccentrics and visionaries who have declared their own backyards sovereign nations or "micronations." He soon finds himself recruited as head of defense for t
PhenomenonTBABetty Robinson sets an unofficial world record in the 100-meter at the age of 16. At the 1928 Olympics in Amsterdam, running in just her fourth official 100-meter race, Robinson wins gold — the first gold medal awarded to a woman in track and field at the Olympics. In 1931, tragedy strikes when Ro
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