Nathan Hale's Hazardous Tales #8 - Lafayette! A Revolutionary War Tale
(October 16, 2018)

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American Revolution; American Revolutionary War; American War of Independence

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Lafayette!
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Colonel Lafayette, what are our orders?
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non-fiction; biography; history; military
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Michel de Lafayette; French troops; hangman; provost; Nathan Hale
Synopsis
Lafayette's father is killed at the Battle of Minden, valiantly leading his troops.
Keywords
Battle of Minden; Seven Years' War

Chapter 1 Château de Chavaniac, Auvergne, France, 1759 (Table of Contents: 7)

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I bring news!
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non-fiction; biography; history; military
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Marquis de Lafayette; Lafayette's mother; Lafayette's grandmother; hangman; provost; Nathan Hale
Synopsis
As a small child, Lafayette succeeds to the title after his father's death in battle. He grows up adventurously, dreaming of military glory.
Keywords
France

Chapter 2 The Beast of Gévaudan (Table of Contents: 8)

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In 1764, a monster roamed the hills of Gévaudan, France.
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non-fiction; biography; history
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Janne Boulet; King Louis XV; Marie-Jeanne Valet; Francois Antoine; Jean Chastel; Marquis de Lafeyette; hangman; provost; Nathan Hale
Synopsis
Though still only a child, Lafayette insists he will do his duty as marquis and hunt down the Beast of Gévaudan, which has ravaged the countryside. The Beast is killed before he can carry out his plan.
Keywords
Beast of Gévaudan; France; monster

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Gilbert, my boy!
Genre
non-fiction; biography; history
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Lafayette's mother; Lafayette's grandmother; Lafayette's teacher; Abbé Fayon; Comte de la Rivière; Marquis de Lafayette; hangman; provost; Nathan Hale
Synopsis
Lafayette's mother takes him to Paris for schooling, but dies soon afterward. He is taken in by his great-grandfather, who dies a few weeks later.
Keywords
France; orphan; Paris; school

Chapter 4 Château de Versailles, 1771 (Table of Contents: 10)

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Quite a uniform.
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non-fiction; biography; history; military
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Jean-Paul-François de Noailles, Duc d'Ayen; Henriette Anne Louise d'Aguesseau, Duchess of Noailles; Noailles daughters; Marquis de Lafayette; hangman; provost; Nathan Hale
Synopsis
Lafayette is commissioned as a very young officer in the king's Musketeers. The Duc d'Ayen moves decisively to bring the wealthy titled orphan into his family circle, so that he can marry Lafayette to one of the Duc's five daughters.
Keywords
France; Musketeers; orphan; Paris; Versailles

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Lafayette began his new life at the Noailles family palace.
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non-fiction; biography; history; military
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Jean-Paul-François de Noailles, Duc d'Ayen; Henriette Anne Louise d'Aguesseau, Duchess of Noailles; Adrienne; Noailles daughters; King Louis XVI; King Louis XVIII; King Charles X; Marquis de Lafayette; hangman; provost; Nathan Hale
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While dragooning Lafayette into the family circle, the Duc D'Ayen encourages Lafayette's military enthusiasm -- three future kings are fencing partners for the marquis. The wedding takes place when Lafayette is 16 and Adrienne 14, after which the groom is immediately hustled off to a distant army post.
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Fencing; France; king; marriage; wedding

Chapter 6 Metz, 220 Miles from Versailles, 1774 (Table of Contents: 12)

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Left! Right! Left! Right! March!
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non-fiction; biography; history; military
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Jean-Paul-François de Noailles, Duc d'Ayen; Adrienne; Louis Noailles; Marie Antoinette; Charles-François de Broglie; Duke of Goucester; King George III; Freemasons; Baron de Kalb; Marquis de Lafayette; hangman; provost; Nathan Hale
Synopsis
Lafayette loves camp life and proves a social disaster at Versailles. He becomes a father, and at 18 is commissioned a captain and inducted into the Freemasons. Fired up by the secret society's revolutionary ideals, he tries to join the Revolution in America. France is secretly aiding the rebels, but Lafayette's celebrity would reveal the secret. The king blocks his plans, but the wealthy Lafayette buys his own ship and slips to sea with a few friends.
Keywords
France; Freemasonry; Freemasons; Masonry; Masons; secret society

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Pretty glorious.
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non-fiction; biography; history; military
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Slaves; Master Huger; government officials; Baron de Kalb; Marquis de Lafayette; hangman; provost; Nathan Hale
Synopsis
Lafayette and his party slip into South Carolina, then make their way hundreds of miles to Philadelphia. Officials there decline their bid to join the Revolution, previous French officers having proved useless at best. Once they become aware of Lafayette's wealth and royal connections, they immediately commission him a 19 year-old major general (without pay).
Keywords
American Revolution; American Revolutionary War; American War of Independence; Philadelphia; slave; slavery; slaves; South Carolina

Chapter 8 City Tavern, Philadelphia, August 4th, 1777 (Table of Contents: 14)

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General Washington, sir.
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non-fiction; biography; history; military
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George Washington; Alexander Hamilton; Henry Knox; Nathanael Greene; Marquis de Lafayette; hangman; provost; Nathan Hale
Synopsis
Lafayette joins Washington's staff. While he bubbles with enthusiasm, he refrains from giving advice, feeling that what he needs above all is to learn.
Keywords
American Revolution; American Revolutionary War; American War of Independence; Philadelphia.

Chapter 9 Philadelphia, August 24, 1777 (Table of Contents: 15)

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A parade into battle!
Genre
non-fiction; biography; history; military
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George Washington; Alexander Hamilton; Henry Laurens; Baron de Kalb; British soldiers; American soldiers; Marquis de Lafayette; hangman; provost; Nathan Hale
Synopsis
The British outmaneuver Washington at the Battle of Brandywine, and capture Philadelphia. Lafayette gallantly leads his detachment and prevents a total rout, but is wounded in the leg.
Keywords
American Revolution; American Revolutionary War; American War of Independence; Philadelphia

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Washington is the worst!
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non-fiction; biography; history; military
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George Washington; Alexander Hamilton; Nathanael Greene; British soldiers; American soldiers; Marquis de Lafayette; hangman; provost; Nathan Hale
Synopsis
Lafayette rushes back to duty before being fully recovered. Even so, he leads a detachment under General Greene and wins a one-sided victory over Cornwallis and the British.
Keywords
American Revolution; American Revolutionary War; American War of Independence; New Jersey

Chapter 11 Despite a few small victories, the Continental Army lost more ground. (Table of Contents: 17)

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Fort Mifflin and Fort Mercer were captured by the British.
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non-fiction; biography; history; military
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George Washington; Alexander Hamilton; Henry Laurens; Nathanael Greene; Baron de Kalb; Thomas Conway; members of Congress; Marquis de Lafayette; hangman; provost; Nathan Hale
Synopsis
Dissatisfied with Washington's string of failures, some members of Congress try to elevate Conway and Lafayette at Washington's expense. Lafayette takes the proffered command, but neutralizes Conway and deftly establishes his own subordination to Washington.
Keywords
American Revolution; American Revolutionary War; American War of Independence

Chapter 12 Near Albany, New York, February 17th, 1778 (Table of Contents: 18)

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Has anyone here been to Canada in February?
Genre
non-fiction; biography; history; military
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George Washington; Baron de Kalb; American soldiers; Iroquois; General Philip Schuyler; Marquis de Lafayette; hangman; provost; Nathan Hale
Synopsis
Lafayette finds his promised command untrained, under strength, and unsupplied. He pays for their shoes himself, and sets about training them to invade Canada once winter ends. He and Schuyler negotiate support from the Oneida and Tuscarora, but the rest of the Iroquois Confederation abstain.
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American Indian; American Revolution; American Revolutionary War; American War of Independence; Haudenosaunee; Iroquois; New York

Chapter 13 Albany, New York, March 20th, 1778 (Table of Contents: 19)

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Time to go!
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George Washington; Alexander Hamilton; Henry Knox; Mad Anthony Wayne; Thomas Conway; Baron von Steuben; General Charles Lee; General Howe; General Clinton; Oneida scouts; Tuscarora scouts; American soldiers; British soldiers; Molly Pitcher; young ladies of Philadelphia; Marquis de Lafayette; hangman; provost; Nathan Hale
Synopsis
In Lafayette's absence, Baron von Steuben has trained the American army into a significant fighting force. As the British withdraw from Philadelphia across New Jersey, Washington orders Lafayette to harry the enemy's rear guard. But General Charles Lee demands command of the van as Lafayette's superior in rank, begins his attack late, then inexplicably orders a headlong retreat. Washington and Lafayette take command on the field, resume the attack, and after long fierce fighting win a flawed victory. As night falls they sleep side by side on the ground.
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American Revolution; American Revolutionary War; American War of Independence; New Jersey; Philadelphia

Chapter 14 Monmouth Courthouse, June 29th, 1778 (Table of Contents: 20)

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The Battle of Monmouth was the longest single battle of the war.
Genre
non-fiction; biography; history; military
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George Washington; Henry Laurens; General Sullivan; Comte d'Estaing; American soldiers; John Hancock; Nathanael Greene; Marquis de Lafayette; hangman; provost; Nathan Hale
Synopsis
When a French fleet arrives with an army, Washington orders Lafayette to help coordinate an attack on British forces in Rhode Island. But Admiral d'Estaing moves very slowly, and General Sullivan despises the French. The combined attacks never come off, allied relations fray, and Lafayette decides to return home for a time.
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American Revolution; American Revolutionary War; American War of Independence; educational; fact; Rhode Island

Chapter 15 When Lafayette Left France in 1777, He Was an Outlaw. (Table of Contents: 21)

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When he returned, he was a hero.
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George Washington; Alexander Hamilton; Horatio Gates; Baron de Kalb; Louis Noailles; Adrienne; Benjamin Franklin; General Rochambeau; American soldiers; Marquis de Lafayette; hangman; provost; Nathan Hale
Synopsis
Lafayette returns to France a hero, and lobbies energetically for a new fleet and army to go to America. At last it arrives, but General Rochambeau refuses to act before spring, which is still months away. The British, meanwhile, run wild in the south, capturing General Lincoln, routing General Gates, and killing General de Kalb.
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American Revolution; American Revolutionary War; American War of Independence; educational; fact; France; South Carolina

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When he was eleven years old, Benedict Arnold ran into a burning barn, climbed to the peak, and walked the ridgepole from end to end.
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non-fiction; biography; history; military
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George Washington; Benedict Arnold; Ethan Allen; Alexander Hamilton; Henry Knox; Horatio Gates; General Burgoyne; American soldiers; British soldiers; Peggy Shippen; John André; members of Congress; Marquis de Lafayette; hangman; provost; Nathan Hale
Synopsis
Benedict Arnold commands American forces courageously and successfully, but repeatedly alienates people and is passed over for promotion. His second wife, who is friendly with a British officer, encourages him to betray George Washington, and the fortress of West Point, to the British. The plot is exposed at the last minute. The Arnolds escape, but Major André is hanged as a spy.
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American Revolution; American Revolutionary War; American War of Independence; West Point

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"A tale within a tale," with different layout, margins, and art style.

Chapter 17 Paterson, New Jersey, November 1780 (Table of Contents: 23)

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Benedict Arnold got away.
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George Washington; Henry Laurens; Daniel Morgan; Baron von Steuben; American soldiers; British soldiers; Marquis de Lafayette; provost; hangman; Nathan Hale
Synopsis
After a series of American defeats and setbacks, Morgan wins a striking victory at Cowpens. Under orders from Washington, Lafayette leads troops to Virginia to join von Steuben.
Keywords
American Revolution; American Revolutionary War; American War of Independence; educational; fact

Chapter 18 Richmond, Virginia, April 29th, 1781 (Table of Contents: 24)

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The governor will see you now.
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non-fiction; biography; history; military
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Thomas Jefferson; slave; American soldiers; British soldiers; Benedict Arnold; Lord Cornwallis; Lord Tarleton; Baron von Steuben; Mad Anthony Wayne; Marquis de Lafayette; provost; hangman; Nathan Hale
Synopsis
Although outnumbered, Lafayette maneuvers his troops to block and harry Cornwallis.
Keywords
American Revolution; American Revolutionary War; American War of Independence; educational; fact; Virginia

Chapter 19 While Lafayette's army chased Cornwallis around Virginia, Laurens brought news from France. (Table of Contents: 25)

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At last, the French are giving us a truly winning fleet!
Genre
non-fiction; biography; history; military
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George Washington; Henry Laurens; Admiral de Grasse; American soldiers; French soldiers; French sailors; Lord Cornwallis; Marquis de Lafayette; provost; hangman; Nathan Hale
Synopsis
Feinting an attack at New York, de Grasse and Washington join forces with Lafayette to trap Cornwallis in Yorktown.
Keywords
American Revolution; American Revolutionary War; American War of Independence; educational; fact; Virginia

Chapter 20 Williamsburg, Virginia, September 14th, 1781 (Table of Contents: 26)

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Mon General!
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non-fiction; biography; history; military
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George Washington; American soldiers; British soldiers; French soldiers; French sailors; Henry Laurens; Henry Knox; Alexander Hamilton; Marquis de Lafayette; provost; hangman; Nathan Hale
Synopsis
The French and Americans conduct siege operations, including a gallant attack led by Lafayette. The British surrender.
Keywords
American Revolution; American Revolutionary War; American War of Independence; educational; fact; siege; Virginia

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On page 119 the year is twice erroneously stated to be 1871, rather than 1781.

Chapter 21 An official surrender was held on the 19th. (Table of Contents: 27)

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Where is Cornwallis?
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non-fiction; biography; history; military
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George Washington; Admiral de Grasse; General Rochambeau; American soldiers; British soldiers; French soldiers; Adrienne; Marie Antoinette; Marquis de Lafayette; provost; hangman; Nathan Hale
Synopsis
The capture of Cornwallis and his army effectively ends the Revolution with Franco-American victory. Lafayette returns home to great acclaim, and will soon lead a revolution in France. But that prospect is filled with foreboding.
Keywords
American Revolution; American Revolutionary War; American War of Independence; educational; fact; French Revolution; Virginia

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Girl; question baby; Adrienne

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  1. 0. [no title indexed]
  2. 1. ["Flag of the United States of America"]
  3. 2. Battles in This Book
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  5. 4. ["Lafayette!"]
  6. 5. ["NHHT"]
  7. 6. ["Colonel Lafayette, what are our orders?"]
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  8. 7. Chapter 1 Château de Chavaniac, Auvergne, France, 1759
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  9. 8. Chapter 2 The Beast of Gévaudan
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  10. 9. Chapter 3
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  11. 10. Chapter 4 Château de Versailles, 1771
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  12. 11. Chapter 5
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  13. 12. Chapter 6 Metz, 220 Miles from Versailles, 1774
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  14. 13. Chapter 7
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  15. 14. Chapter 8 City Tavern, Philadelphia, August 4th, 1777
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  16. 15. Chapter 9 Philadelphia, August 24, 1777
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  17. 16. Chapter 10
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  18. 17. Chapter 11 Despite a few small victories, the Continental Army lost more ground.
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  19. 18. Chapter 12 Near Albany, New York, February 17th, 1778
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  20. 19. Chapter 13 Albany, New York, March 20th, 1778
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  21. 20. Chapter 14 Monmouth Courthouse, June 29th, 1778
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  22. 21. Chapter 15 When Lafayette Left France in 1777, He Was an Outlaw.
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  23. 22. Benedict Arnold: Super Good, Super Bad
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  24. 23. Chapter 17 Paterson, New Jersey, November 1780
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  25. 24. Chapter 18 Richmond, Virginia, April 29th, 1781
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  26. 25. Chapter 19 While Lafayette's army chased Cornwallis around Virginia, Laurens brought news from France.
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  27. 26. Chapter 20 Williamsburg, Virginia, September 14th, 1781
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  28. 27. Chapter 21 An official surrender was held on the 19th.
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  29. 28. ["NHHT"]
  30. 29. Bibliography
  31. 30. Correction Baby Comics
  32. 31. ["Nathan Hale is the author and illustrator of the Hazardous Tales series and the science fiction epic One Trick Pony."]
  33. 32. Match the Naked Cupid Baby to Its Corresponding Book!
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  35. 34. ["Flag of the United States of America"]
  36. 35. Battles in This Book
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