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Soldier X

Don L. Wulffson - Juvenile Fiction - 2001 - 240 pages
In 1943, sixteen-year-old Erik Brandt experiences the horrors of war when he is drafted into the German army and sent to fight on the Russian front, but he must keep up his ...
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Even More Scary Stories for Stormy Nights

Don L. Wulffson, James Charbonneau - Juvenile Fiction - 1997 - 96 pages
A collection of scary stories about such topics as a werewolf from Thailand, a fairground wishgiver, and a boy whose father may be a vampire.
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Point-blank

Don L. Wulffson - 1987 - 271 pages
Journalist Mike Isherwood journeys to Mexico to cover the revolution threatening to topple the Mexican government, and stumbles on a plot involving the CIA, terrorists, and ...
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Before Columbus: Early Voyages to the Americas

Don L. Wulffson - Juvenile Nonfiction - 2007 - 128 pages
Presents the archaeological evidence for and historical theories of the exploration of North America by numerous civilizations long before Columbus, discussing seven groups ...
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The upside-down ship

Don L. Wulffson - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1986 - 142 pages
Describes the adventures of teen-aged Bruce Gordon who, following an Arctic shipwreck in 1757, survived for six years in the ship's upside-down carcass with a polar bear as his ...
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More Incredible True Adventures

Don L. Wulffson - Adventure and adventurers - 1989 - 111 pages
Nine true adventure stories include the experiences of passengers when their airplane's roof comes off, patrons trapped in a library during a flood, and explorers pursued by ...
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Future Fright: Tales of High-Tech Terror

Don L. Wulffson - Children's stories, American. - 1996 - 95 pages
A collection of stories featuring time travel and other forms of high technology.
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Panic Five

Ruth Hallman, Don L. Wulffson - Self-confidence - Fiction - 1986 - 128 pages
On his own for the first time in his life when he joins the Navy after high school, Jeff undergoes harsh survival training and acquires the self-confidence he has been lacking.
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Incredible true adventures

Don L. Wulffson - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1986 - 110 pages
Includes the experiences of a man caught in a tornado, a man who sailed around the Arctic in an upside-down ship, a man who took his family through the "Iron Curtain" in a tank ...
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