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Walking Through Spring follows Graham Hoyland’s journey as he creates a new national trail, walking with the Spring from the south coast in March up to the border with Scotland, which he reaches on the longest day: the twenty-first of June.
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This is a series about two twin sisters named Neena and Nora. They live in a magical forest known as Spring Meadow. The sisters are good and kind, but an evil wizard named Topaz wants to get rid of them. He and his mean fat cat, Grizzell, do not like the sisters. Throughout the series, the reader will meet many other characters. For example, June is a character introduced in book four. Readers will want to buy this book because some of the characters are unlike those in traditional childrens stories. Milkwhite, for instance, is not a character you would find in stories such as Sleeping Beauty or Winnie the Pooh. She is a very flirtatious character who uses charm and persuasion to try to turn evil wizards into good ones.
Readers over the world delight in the Narnia tales, the adult novels, and the sparkling Christian apologetics of C. S. Lewis. His literary criticism continues to provoke and enlighten. Here now is an excellent map of Lewis' two worlds: his life and his imagination. In an appealing style unhampered by academic jargon, Hannay offers: ¥ a biographical sketch of a man haunted by longing--a man who progressed from arrogant dogmatism to gentleness; ¥ concise summaries of each of the major works, including tantalizing quotations to entice the reader back to the original; ¥ a survey of the major themes throughout his writing, which connect works as seemingly different from each other as The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, Screwtape Letters, and A Preface to Paradise Lost; ¥ an analysis of his literary technique involving his allusive and compelling style.
Michael Watts, a divorced father, has a very turbulent relationship with his ex-wife, Anne Watts, the mother of his two children. Even though Michael pays his child support on time, has regular and frequent visits with his children, and is always there for them, Anne is a constant thorn in his side. After Michael falls in love with and decides to marry Carla Thompson, all hell breaks loose--P. [4] of cover.
The 21st Century is a time of profound and wrenching change. The phrase “stop the world, I want to get off” never seemed more appropriate. Robert Sopuck caught his first fish at age 4 in the presence of his father. That fish set off a lifetime of exploration of the natural world. He and his bride, the inestimable Caroline, live on 480 acres of wild land south of Manitoba’s Riding Mountain National Park. This book is about their way of life as modern country people who have developed a profound relationship with the land, wildlife, and the ecosystem that supports them. This book describes a way of living with Nature via detailed, funny, informative, and sometimes poignant essays. The first essay, “It All Started with This Fish,” describes the beginning of this journey while the second last, “Hunting with Dad” describes his emotions while speaking at his father’s funeral about their shared outdoor experiences that made him who he is. In between there are hunting stories, “how to” essays on wild food preparation, and descriptions of unique wildlife experiences. “A Life Outdoors” will show the reader that there is a way of life “out there” that is authentic, joyous, and profound.
Lace up your boots and sample more than sixty of the finest hiking trails in southeastern Utah, where the breathtaking canyons, multicolored sandstone arches, and magnificent spires of Canyonlands and Arches National Parks provide the setting for countless outdoor adventures. Let veteran hiker Bill Schneider lead you past eight sandstone arches on the Devils Garden Trail in Arches National Park; take you over slickrock to the Harvest Scene panel in the remote Maze District; and show you the sweeping view of White Rim Country through awesome Mesa Arch in the Island in the Sky District. With Hiking Canyonlands and Arches National Parks in hand, you'll discover the most spectacular trails and amazing scenery Utah's red rock country has to offer. Inside you'll find: Accurate directions to popular as well as less-traveled trails In-depth trail information Difficulty ratings for each hike Detailed trail maps GPS coordinates for all trailheads Outstanding color photography Whether you're a day-tripper or long-distance hiker, old hand or novice, you'll find trails suited to every ability and interest in Hiking Canyonlands and Arches National Parks.

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