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They say a hero armed with a legendary shovel has saved the elven race, conquered the king of the undead, and vanquished the desert dragon--they're right. He's Alan, strongest miner in the world, and, at this rate, his search for the cursed jewels to save the kingdom will be over in a flash. Princess Lithisia is shoveljoyed! And yet...how can she hope to become the ultimate princess to match the ultimate miner? The adventure continues in this uproarious romp through swords, sorcery, and shovels!
It's smooth sailing as Alan and crew cross the ocean in search of the next orb. No challenge can withstand the might of the strongest miner in the world and his invincible shovel. Even the devoted anti-shovel lady knight Catria is beginning to lose hope of ever saving the world from shovel contamination. But in order to beat this monster, she may have to become one herself!
The strongest miner in the world, Alan can reduce mountains to rubble with a swing of his trusty shovel--a legendary tool that grants him immortal life and can blast through the strongest of foes. When this legendary miner teams up with a runaway princess to track down cursed jewels and save her kingdom from an invading demon force, evil doesn't stand a chance. A hilarious fantasy tale for fans of RPGs, with adventure... in spades!
In the early 1980's, author Philip Johnson discovered a railroad bridge on the Central Mass branch in Bondsville. This began his investigation as to why the bridge was there, and what ran underneath. This discovery led him to a railroad lost in the woods with little written history. A stone post stands as a silent sentinel telling all that it is 82 miles to Boston from that point on the Hampden. This is the Hampden Railroad's story.
Popular young businessman and train hobbyist solves a local jewellery hiest with luck and gets his just desserts.
In 2014, Yacht Club Games released its very first game, Shovel Knight, a joyful 2D platformer that wears its NES influences on its sleeve. This unlikely pastiche of 8-bit inspirations manages to emulate the look, feel, and even the technical limitations of nostalgic titles like Mega Man, Zelda II, and Castlevania III-imbued with a contemporary sense of humor and self-awareness. But how is a fundamentally retro game created in the modern era? And what do the games of the past have to teach today's game designers? Based on extensive original interviews with the entire Yacht Club Games team, writer David L. Craddock unearths the story of five game developers who worked so well together while at WayForward Games that they decided to start their own studio. From the high highs of Shovel Knight's groundbreaking Kickstarter to the low lows of its unexpectedly lengthy development, Boss Fight presents a new master class in how a great game gets made. Get ready to steel your shovel and dig into this fascinating oral history. For Shovelry!
Winner of the Pulitzer Prize. A study of the last 100 years of American history.
"Shovel bums" endure weeks of flea-bitten motel beds, greasy roadhouse food, tempermental field vehicles, and long stretches of boredom to practice that most romantic of intellectual endeavors-archaeology. Ignored by the profession, working for low wages and little respect, they represent the vast majority of practicing archaeologists in North America. But, unlike unwed welfare mothers and highway underpass junkies, their plight is unknown and unheralded. No longer. The comix Shovel Bum, developed by de Boer and others in those late night beer sessions at the Motel 6, has now become a book, outlining the trials and tribulations of these unsung heroes of archaeology. Which SUV works best in the mud? How do you survey in a field of unexploded military ordnance? Which motel has the biggest breakfast? How do you construct your own trowel pouch? For an entertaining look at archaeology as it is really practiced in the United States, pick up a copy of Shovel Bum.
Prairie Preacher tells the story of a young Lutheran pastor who accepts his first call to a church in central North Dakota in 1955. Byron Ellison is assigned there for one year, at the end of which the congregation will vote to keep him on permanently. The year is full of trials and hardships for the rural church, even threatening its very existence. Pastor Ellison has much to learn about becoming an accepted member of the provincial area. He makes mistakes while helping his congregation deal with prejudices and the trials of life. He makes many good friends and at least one staunch enemy. The young man grows in faith as he is often tested. With humor and through tears, he grows in understanding about trust, forgiveness and acceptance as he shares tears and joy with his best friend and neighbors.
A chronicle of the American West recounts the formation of the United States from the Louisiana Purchase through the settling of Alaska
Recounting a fascinating wildlife sanctuary project put together by women's groups in Petersburg, Virginia, in the 1930s, this book focuses on the detailed paintings that artist Bessie Niemeyer Marshall produced for the project. The 222 of her 238 botanical watercolors showcased here depict a host of native flowers, shrubs, and trees, including some rare and imperiled species. 13 photos. 1 map.
Join Gwen Petersen for a lighthearted look at the hard life of a country woman--from raising chickens to shoveling manure to cooking Rocky Mountain oysters.
In 1949, Margaret Norquay moved with her new husband, a minister with the United Church of Canada, to Mayerthorpe, in northern Alberta, a village in the centre of what was in those days a pioneer hinterland. Broad Is the Way is a collection of stories from their seven years there. Told with affection and gentle humour, the stories cover the challenges, heartaches, and delights of a young community and a minister and his wife in a very new marriage. Topics include the experience of orphan children sent to work on Western farms, manoeuvring for a restroom downtown for farmers’ wives in need of a place to change their babies while their husbands did business, dealing with the RCMP over liquor found in the church basement, and the generosity of spirit shown by the community to the Norquays. Throughout the book, Margaret Norquay’s indomitable spirit and determination are evident and illustrate her passionate belief in making positive change and having fun while doing it.
This is a story of love, perseverance, and success in overcoming autism with a natural and common sense approach. It is the true account of a remarkable young man who, despite the numerous obstacles and challenges blocking his path, has developed to the point that he can now enjoy a normal life. It will warm your heart to follow the progress of a child with serious disabilities and watch him blossom into a very productive and respected citizen of the community. Jacob is a fabulous person. You may aspire to be like him once you get to know him.

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