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Use some of the vocabulary above to answer these or any of the other questions on this page. • NOT to exclude results containing certain terms (e.g. apple NOT fruit) These days not many of us have butlers (servants hired to care for you and your house) but whenever we talk about a butler, his name is often Jeeves. That name comes from Wodehouse’s series of books featuring the perfect butler Jeeves, and the many humorous adventures he and his employer had. 8. Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte • Expert answers: Is it OK for kids to read books outside their reading levels? Sonnet: In its earliest usages this can mean just Gabriel Spitzer • Historical Fiction • Joan Didion Essays Home, by Marilynne Robinson (September 2, 2008) These Interactive Preschool Vocabulary books are designed for teaching vocabulary concepts to early learners. 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