Thanakorn Papan

  • ข่าวการศึกษา



    รวบรวมข้อมูลการศึกษาจากเว็บชื่อดังของไทย ไม่ว่าจะเป็น เรียนต่อ เช่น ออสเตรเลีย อเมริกา นิวซีแลนด์ ญี่ปุ่น ทุนการศึกษา เรียนต่อในประเทศ เรียนต่อต่างประเทศ ทุนการศึกษาในประเทศ ทุนการศึกษาต่างประเทศ ข่าวจากมหาลัยชื่อดังเช่น มหาวิทยาลัยเกษตรศาสตร์ มหาวิทยาลัยขอนแก่น มหาวิทยาลัยแม่โจ้...

  • ข่าวเกษตร



    ความก้าวหน้าของการเกษตร อัพเดทได้ที่นี่. ข่าวเกษตร ราคาข้าว ราคาผลไม้ ราคาพีช อาหารสัตว์ โรคพีช โรคสัตว์ แมลง...

  • แม่ และ เด็ก

    แม่ และ เด็ก


    รวมเรื่องน่ารู้สำหรับคุณแม่มือใหม่ การตั้งครรภ์ พัฒนาการ ... การตั้งครรภ์ ตั้งชื่อลูก รูปเด็ก ภาพเด็ก อาหาร ......

  • วิเคราะห์บอล





    อ่านบทวิเคราะห์ก่อนเกมส์ จากเว็บชื่อดังของไทย วิเคราะห์บอลวันนี้ทุกคู่ วิเคราะห์บอลคืนนี้ทุกลีก วิจารณ์บอล แม่นๆ บอลชัวร์ 100 % ทรรศนะบอลวันนี้ ฟันธงฟุตบอล แม่นยำ พร้อมข้อมูลสถิติฟุตบอลมากมาย. ข่าวกีฬา, ผลบอล, วิเคราะห์บอล, ผลบอลสด, ผลบอลล่าสุด, ผลบอลวันนี้, ผลบอลเมื่อคืน, วิเคราะห์บอลวันนี้,...

  • Pink Gods and Blue Demons

    Pink Gods and Blue Demons


    Kimberley was once the most famous diamond diggings in the world. Rhodes founded his fortunes there, and the friendships that backed him throughout his career. In the tented camps, hundreds of men became millionaires, and hundreds of others went to jail for the crime of I.D.B. (illicit diamond...

  • The Dream

    The Dream


    Title: The Dream Author: Emile Zola Translator: Eliza E. Chase CHAPTER I During the severe winter of 1860 the river Oise was frozen over and the plains of Lower Picardy were covered with deep snow. On Christmas Day, especially, a heavy squall from the north-east had almost buried the little...

  • Stories from English History

    Stories from English History


    THE BLACK PRINCE Edward III., King of England, was a very warlike prince. When the King of France died he was succeeded by his nephew Philip, but Edward declared that he, being a grandson of the late king, had a better right than a nephew; and he set off with a gallant army and many knights and...

  • Ralph, the Train Dispatcher

    Ralph, the Train Dispatcher


    CHAPTER I—THE OVERLAND EXPRESS “Those men will bear watching--they are up to some mischief, Fairbanks.” “I thought so myself, Mr. Fogg. I have been watching them for some time.” “I thought you would notice them--you generally do notice things.” The speaker with these words bestowed a glance...

  • The Day of the Beast

    The Day of the Beast




    His native land! Home! The ship glided slowly up the Narrows; and from its deck Daren Lane saw the noble black outline of the Statue of Liberty limned against the clear gold of sunset. A familiar old pang in his breast—longing and homesickness and agony, together with the physical burn of gassed...

  • Shadow Mountain

    Shadow Mountain




    SHADOW MOUNTAIN BY DANE COOLIDGE AUTHOR OF THE DESERT TRAIL, ETC. Under the rim of Shadow Mountain, embraced like a pearl of great price by the curve of Bonanza Point and the mined-out slope of Gold Hill, the deserted city of Keno lay brooding and silent in the sun. A dry, gusty wind,...

  • The House by the Lock

    The House by the Lock




    THE HOUSE BY THE LOCK By MRS. C. N. WILLIAMSON Mystery fiction "Hullo, old chap! Who would ever have thought of seeing you here to-night? What's brought you back to civilisation again?" I turned suddenly, surprised by the sound of a familiar voice in my ear. It was the night of...

  • How to Become an Engineer

    How to Become an Engineer




    CHAPTER I. HISTORICAL. To begin a subject properly you must begin at the beginning. Boys who don't like history need not read this chapter, for in it we tell how the steam engine began, and if it never had begun, you know, there would never have been any engineers, nor any necessity for...

  • Through Forest and Stream

    Through Forest and Stream


    The book is apparently quite genuinely by George Manville Fenn, judging by its style and content. Yet it does not appear on any list of his books, and copies of it seem to be very rare. For that reason we have not been able to put a verified publication date on the book. It does not even appear...

  • The Cash Boy

    The Cash Boy


    The Cash Boy by Horatio Alger Mr. Wharton sat at dinner with his nephew and the housekeeper. He had been at home for some time, and of course on his arrival had been greeted with the news of our hero's perfidy. But, to the indignation of Mrs. Bradley and John, he was obstinately...

  • Red Money

    Red Money


    "He's jealous, and can be very disagreeable when he likes. I don't know who he is, or where he came from. He made his money out of penny toys and South African investments. He was a member of Parliament for a few years, and helped his party so much with money that he was knighted....

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