Coville's articles on Wikipedia
Bruce Coville's Book of Monsters
Book Bruce Coville's Book of Monsters is the first in a series of "Book of" anthologies edited by Bruce Coville. It was first published in September 1993 by
Oct 31st 2016

Frederick Vernon Coville
1897-1898 Medicinal Plants Survey. Gifford Pinchot called a report of Coville's on effects of grazing on forest "the essentials of a sound and farsighted
Sep 23rd 2016

Cheilanthes covillei
Myriopteris covillei, is a species of lip fern known by the common name Coville's lip fern. This plant is native to California, Baja California, Arizona
Sep 30th 2015

Coville may refer to: Bruce Coville (born 1950), author of young-adult fiction Christopher Coville (born 1945), retired senior Royal Air Force commander
Apr 25th 2016

Bruce Coville
May 16, 1950 in Syracuse, New York, where he resides to this day. Bruce Coville's father (born Arthur Farrington) was adopted by his aunt, where he adopted
Apr 2nd 2017

Bruce Coville's Shapeshifters
Bruce Coville's Shapeshifters is a work of juvenile fiction. It is an anthology of short stories compiled and edited by Bruce Coville for Avon Camelot
Jul 22nd 2015

Bruce Coville bibliography
Body Bruce Coville's Book of... Bruce Coville's Book of Monsters Bruce Coville's Book of Aliens Bruce Coville's Book of Ghosts Bruce Coville's Book of Nightmares
Dec 21st 2016

Agnorhiza invenusta
invenusta) is a species of flowering plant known by the common names Coville's mule's ears and rayless mule's ears. It is found only in California, where
Mar 22nd 2016

Juncus covillei
Juncus covillei is a species of rush known by the common name Coville's rush. It is native to western North America from British Columbia to Idaho to
Mar 26th 2017

Aquilegia pubescens
columbine known by the common names Sierra columbine, alpine columbine and Coville's columbine. Its flowers are large and usually a creamy white. This wildflower
Jan 14th 2017

Atriplex covillei
Atriplex covillei, the arrow-scale or Coville's orach, is an annual plant in the amaranth family (Amaranthaceae) that grows in dry climates and deserts
Mar 2nd 2016

Phacelia covillei
Phacelia covillei (Coville's phacelia, buttercup scorpionweed) is a North American species of annual forbs in the borage family. It is native to the eastern
Mar 11th 2017

Thomas Coville
Verne Trophy with Olivier de Kersauson, skipper of Sport-Elec Thomas Coville's achievements on his official website "WSSRC Ratified Passage Records"
Feb 3rd 2017

Eriogonum covilleanum
Eriogonum covilleanum is a species of wild buckwheat known by the common name Coville's buckwheat. It is endemic to California, where it grows in the Coast Ranges
Oct 27th 2010

Aliens Ate My Homework
books by Bruce Coville. The series is generally referred to as Bruce Coville's Alien Adventures or Rod Allbright's Alien Adventures. Aliens Ate My Homework
Dec 11th 2016

Jeremy Thatcher, Dragon Hatcher
Coville's-Jeremy-Thatcher-Dragon-Hatcher">Award Nominated Coville's Jeremy Thatcher Dragon Hatcher for Best Children's Fantasy Literature. In Iowa, parents challenged Coville's novel because it
Apr 4th 2017

Twilight: Where Darkness Begins
Coville, 1983. ISBN 0-440-98151-4 Republished in 1996 as part of Bruce Coville's Chamber of Horrors series. ISBN 0-671-53638-9 Drawing the Dead by Neil
Oct 9th 2015

Juliet Dove, Queen of Love
Psyche. Louise Brueggemann, of Booklist, reviewed the book saying, "Coville’s easy style works well in a tale that has its share of both humor and heartache
Aug 15th 2016

Same Time, Next Year
Year", a short story by Neal Shusterman about time travel, part of Bruce-Coville's-BookBruce Coville's Book of Monsters series "Same Time Next Year", a B-side song of Paul McCartney's
Jul 11th 2014

Ferocactus echidne
in nature in Mexico. This cactus is known commonly as Sonora barrel, Coville's barrel cactus, Emory's barrel cactus, and traveler's friend. Alternatively
Jan 9th 2017

Sherwood Smith
(1993), in A Wizard's Dozen anthology "Curing the Bozos" (1994), in Bruce Coville's Book of Aliens anthology "Echoes of Ancient Danger" (1995), in Orphans
Mar 23rd 2017

Ceanothus pinetorum
Ceanothus pinetorum is a species of shrub in the buckthorn family Rhamnaceae known by the common names Kern ceanothus and Coville ceanothus. It is endemic
Jun 19th 2012

Berula erecta
Berula erecta, known as lesser water-parsnip or cutleaf waterparsnip, is a member of the carrot family. Growing to around 1 m (3 ft) tall, it is found
Mar 7th 2017

Gayophytum diffusum - spreading groundsmoke Gayophytum eriospermum - Coville's groundsmoke Gayophytum heterozygum - zigzag groundsmoke Gayophytum humile
Aug 28th 2016

Kreegah bundolo
title seems to be "Let's Move to Cleveland". It is also utilized in Bruce Coville's "Allbright" series as Grakker's "violence" module boot-up sound byte.
Jun 5th 2016

Ferocactus emoryi
Ferocactus emoryi, known commonly as Emory's barrel cactus, Coville's barrel cactus and traveler's friend, is a barrel cactus in the genus Ferocactus
Apr 28th 2015

Paula Danziger
Woodstock-Artist's-CemeteryWoodstock Artist's Cemetery in Woodstock, NY. Carrie is the same age as Coville's children. Ben and Josh are her nephews. Samuel and Annette are her father
Apr 25th 2017

The Monsters of Morley Manor
chapter was published in Bruce Coville's Book of Aliens II. AnotherAnother chapter features ghosts and was published in Bruce Coville's Book of Ghosts II. An article
Aug 14th 2016

mule's ears Agnorhiza elata - Hall's mule's ears Agnorhiza invenusta - Coville's mule's ears Agnorhiza ovata - southern mule's ears Agnorhiza reticulata
Apr 5th 2017

Juncus × stuckeyi Reinking Juncus stygius L. Juncus subcaudatus (Engelm.) Coville & S.F.Blake Juncus subglaucus L.A.S.Johnson Juncus subnodulosus Schrank Juncus
Feb 5th 2017

Crepis monticola
Crepis monticola is a North American species of wildflowers in the daisy family known by the common name mountain hawksbeard. This aster-like flower
Jul 7th 2016

the same authors, which was first published in the 1993 anthology Bruce Coville's Book of Monsters. Groogleman was translated into French in 1998 and published
Oct 18th 2015

I Was a Sixth Grade Alien
Communications' children's unit, AAC Kids. The series was based on Bruce Coville's book series of the same name. Thirty-nine episodes were made in total
Apr 23rd 2017

Goblins in the Castle
Goblins in the Castle is a children's fantasy novel by American author Bruce Coville, first published in 1992 with illustrations by Katherine Coville.
Aug 17th 2016

Circle of life
"Circle of Life", a story by Bruce Coville from the anthology series Bruce Coville's Book of Monsters "The Circle of Life: Replacing Hardship with Love", a
Oct 25th 2016

Nama demissum
It blooms from February to May. Nama demissum var. covillei Brand -- Coville's purplemat Nama demissum var. demissum Gray -- purple mat, purplemat
Mar 27th 2016

This article is about the genus of flower plant. For the commune in southern France, see Ribes, Ardeche. For the region in Catalonia, see Vall de Ribes
Dec 18th 2016

Armageddon Summer
Armageddon Summer is a 1998 novel by Jane Yolen and Bruce Coville. Marina and Jed are both teenagers whose parents have joined a millennialist movement
Aug 17th 2016

Ribes tularense
Ribes tularense is a rare species of currant known as the Sequoia gooseberry or Tulare gooseberry. It is endemic to southern California, at elevations
Aug 22nd 2015

Vaccinium scoparium
Vaccinium scoparium is a species of huckleberry known by the common names grouse whortleberry, grouseberry, and littleleaf huckleberry. It is native to
Dec 6th 2016

Hoverter and Sholl Box Huckleberry Natural Area
Hoverter and Sholl Box Huckleberry Natural Area is a 10-acre (4.0 ha) natural area in Perry County, Pennsylvania, near New Bloomfield, which protects a
Nov 18th 2016

Nicholas Fisk
(1998) The Young Oxford Book of Aliens (1998) Bruce Coville's Strange Worlds (2000) Bruce Coville's UFOs (2000) Nicholas Fisk obituary The Guardian
Apr 11th 2017

Robert D. San Souci
Robert Daniel San Souci (October 10, 1946 – December 19, 2014) was a multiple award-winning children's book author, who resided in San Francisco, California
Mar 3rd 2017

Magic Shop (series)
chaos. Short stories about Elives' Magic Supplies store have appeared in Coville's Oddities anthology books. These stories include: The Metamorphosis of
Jun 1st 2016

The Unicorn Chronicles
told from the perspective of Cara's grandmother during her childhood in Coville's anthology, A Glory of Unicorns. Also available are The Boy With Silver
Feb 23rd 2017

Disappearances (film)
Disappearances is a 2006 film by director Jay Craven starring Kris Kristofferson. Plot Quebec Bill Bohomme is a hardy schemer and dreamer, who, desperate
Oct 28th 2015

Will Shetterly
edited by Jane Yolen. Tor Books, 1994) "Brian and the Aliens," (Bruce Coville's Book of Aliens: Tales to Warp Your Mind, Bruce Coville, ed., Scholastic
Jan 14th 2017

G. H. Mumm
campaign yet to be unveiled. G.H. Mumm also played a central role in Thomas Coville's celebration after achieving his new world record of 49 days and 3 hours
Mar 23rd 2017

Aliens Stole My Body
Aliens Stole My Body is a children's science fiction novel by Bruce Coville that was first published in 1998. This is the fourth book in a series about
Sep 14th 2016

Ribes echinellum
Ribes echinellum, the Miccosukee gooseberry, is a very rare North American shrub in the currant family, native to the southeastern United States. It has
Oct 22nd 2015

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