Childhood's EndBook - 2001
PR6005.L36 C55 2001
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BostonPL_JordanD Oct 07, 2014
Childhood’s End by Arthur C. Clark
Read by: Anna/Copley Teen Room
Originally posted to the Teen Blog on 6/12/2012.
This is the story of what would happen if an alien race took over Earth and it’s humans, if that race gave us peace and prosperity, but took away our children without asking. In... Read More »
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"There was no mistake. The leathery wings, the little horns, the barbed tail - all were there. The most terrible of all legends had come to life, out of the unknown past. Yet now it stood smiling, in ebon majesty with the sunlight gleaming upon its tremendous body, and with a human child resting trustfully on either arm."
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