An impostor is generally thought to be a person falsely claiming the identity of someone else. If one believes that Anastasia Romanov actually died in the night of July 16/17, 1918 it follows that anyone claiming to be her would generally be deemed to be fraudulent. The woman who entered the United States in the early 1920s with the name of "Evgenia Smetisko" is still regarded by many as a "false claimant" to the identity of Anastasia Nicholaevna Romanova, Grand Duchess of Russia. New evidence on various levels lends credence to "Smetisko's" original claim and challenges long held notions about the fate of Anastasia Romanov.
The first four books of Lois Lowry’s beloved series about precocious tween Anastasia Krupnik are collected in this ebook edition. Over the course of these stories, Anastasia deals with a new baby in the family, a move to the suburbs, a summer job, a difficult science project, and all the growing pains of adolescence. This set includes: Anastasia Krupnik Anastasia Again! Anastasia at Your Service Anastasia Off Her Rocker
Praise for Haunted: "Spooky, sassy, sinister, and sexy!"—Cynthia Leitich Smith, New York Times bestselling author Is it possible to change the past? Anastasia No one ever knew what happened to her except her half–brother, Viktor—and he'll do anything to keep it that way. Anne She just wants a normal boyfriend, a normal family–no visions of the past, no evil mermaids, no Brotherhood trying to kill her. But Anne is not normal...and she's capable of a lot more than she thinks. Ethan He's been eighteen for nearly a century, and finding Anne is the best thing that's ever happened to him. But the magic in his blood is turning darker, forcing him to wonder whether he's the most dangerous threat of all...
Irrepressible Anastasia is in junior high now and participating in the "Values" curriculum through which students learn to make moral decisions. Early one morning she hits the Cambridge streets with her pooper-scooper to walk her new dog. In her half-awake groggy state Anastasia mixes up the two plastic bags she's carrying: one containing letters to be deposited in the mailbox for her mother and the other with her responsible morning gatherings. She's too embarrassed to call the post office to confess and she begins to feel more and more guilty and scared as she notices some intense local police activity in the vicinity of the mailbox. What will Anastasia do?