Adrift among the clouds of stars that fill the Universe. Trapped on an alien planet in a city billions of years old. Shocked by the incredible powers of a planet-sized “mind.” Kidnapped by a civilization of masterless robots. Here are the famous Robinson family and the rest of the crew from the Jupiter 2- Don West, Dr. Zachery Smith and the colorful Robot B9 in a now classic adventure first published in 1967 and out-of-print for more than fifty years.
This is a licensed reprint from the estate of Irwin Allen reintroduced during a complete resurgence of interest in all things Lost in Space. It is the first in a series of reprint titles appealing to retro sci fans and new fans of these iconic characters. The novel stands alone as a Lost in Space adventure beyond the confines of the television show.
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Lady Pricilla is one damsel who does not need rescuing. She is a modern woman. Marriage and children? Hah! She has brains and intends to use them.Sir Arnald is accustomed to women falling at his feet. His mother’s magical matchmaking machinations are all too obvious with her silly incantations. Yet how is it that Lady Pricilla is immune to his mother’s hexes and those of his own compellation powers?And how long can the two survive, running from villains embroiled with smuggled goods and danger?
Shel Silverstein’s poignant picture book for readers of all ages has offered a touching interpretation of the gift of giving and a serene acceptance of another’s capacity to love in return.
1964 printing without dustcover.
Lifelong baseball fan Brent Kelley offers his personal, alphabetically arranged selection of the top 100, profiling and illustrating each nominee and providing all the essential career data ( both statistical and otherwise) that justifies the choice.
This is one of the must-have books for dedicated baseball fans. Nostalgic.