KIDNAPPED IN THE AMAZON JUNGLE

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Kidnapped In The Amazon Jungle

Author : Frank Bruce Lamb
ISBN : 1556431732
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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This is a spirited retelling of the true story of Manuel Cordova-Rios, who as a young man was abducted by a tribe of Indians while on a rubber-cutting expedition in the Amazon jungle in 1907. This first-person account relates Cordova-Rios' terrifying capture, his encounters with Shumu, the tribal chief, and his life among the Huni Kui, an isolated tribe possessing sophisticated knowledge of the curative powers of jungle plants and the habits and natures of the many animals that lived with them in the lush tropical jungle. Under Shumu's tutelage, Cordova-Rios underwent a shamanic initiation, participating in dreaming sessions induced by the psychotropic plant ayahuasca. In these group trances, the young Peruvian man received from the chief and other members of the Huni Kui their astounding store of knowledge and tribal lore of the jungle environment. Cordova succeeded him as the tribe's chief on Shumu's death. After living among the Huni Kui for several years, Cordova-Rios eventually returned to his life in the outside world.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

The Unconquered

Author : Scott Wallace
ISBN : 9780307462985
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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THE UNCONQUERED TELLS THE EXTRAORDINARY TRUE STORY OF A JOURNEY INTO THE DEEPEST RECESSES OF THE AMAZON TO TRACK ONE OF THE PLANET’S LAST UNCONTACTED IN DIGENOUS TRIBES. Even today there remain tribes in the far reaches of the Amazon rainforest that have avoided contact with modern civilization. Deliberately hiding from the outside world, they are the unconquered, the last survivors of an ancient culture that predates the arrival of Columbus in the New World. In this gripping first-person account of adventure and survival, author Scott Wallace chronicles an expedition into the Amazon’s uncharted depths, discovering the rainforest’s secrets while moving ever closer to a possible encounter with one such tribe—the mysterious flecheiros, or “People of the Arrow,” seldom-glimpsed warriors known to repulse all intruders with showers of deadly arrows. On assignment for National Geographic, Wallace joins Brazilian explorer Sydney Possuelo at the head of a thirty-four-man team that ventures deep into the unknown in search of the tribe. Possuelo’s mission is to protect the Arrow People. But the information he needs to do so can only be gleaned by entering a world of permanent twilight beneath the forest canopy. Danger lurks at every step as the expedition seeks out the Arrow People even while trying to avoid them. Along the way, Wallace uncovers clues as to who the Arrow People might be, how they have managed to endure as one of the last unconquered tribes, and why so much about them must remain shrouded in mystery if they are to survive. Laced with lessons from anthropology and the Amazon’s own convulsed history, and boasting a Conradian cast of unforgettable characters—all driven by a passion to preserve the wild, but also wracked by fear, suspicion, and the desperate need to make it home alive—The Unconquered reveals this critical battleground in the fight to save the planet as it has rarely been seen, wrapped in a page-turning tale of adventure. From the Hardcover edition.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Amazon Heat

Author : Melinda Leigh
ISBN : 9781426893025
Genre : Fiction
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2 years ago... Driven by grief to find a cure for cancer, Elizabeth DeMarco left Logan Spencer to accept a position on a research expedition to the Amazon rainforest. Kidnapped by guerrillas, she was saved by a secret all-female civilization, the last of the ancient Amazons. But Elizabeth discovers she's traded one form of captivity for another. Today... Logan never stopped searching for Elizabeth. While consulting in the remote Brazilian interior near where she was kidnapped, Logan suffers what should be a fatal fall. Near death, he's collected by the Amazons and magically healed. Elizabeth is the first person he sees as he wakes. But there's no time for a joyful reunion. The Amazons' mystical medicine is rapidly changing Logan. They want his DNA and plan to take it—and then kill him. Logan and Elizabeth must escape before dawn or Logan—and their second chance at happiness—is doomed. 20,000 words
Category: Fiction

Amazon Diary

Author : Hudson Talbott
ISBN : 9781936503940
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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The handwritten diary of a twelve-year-old boy offers readers a perspective on the Yanomami tribe that takes him in when his plane crashes, a story that follows such adventures as Alex's participation in the rescue of a kidnapped girl. Engaging and exciting narration by Fred Berman (The Lion King on Broadway).
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Video Hound S Golden Movie Retriever

Author : Martin Connors
ISBN : UOM:49015003464360
Genre : Performing Arts
File Size : 81.13 MB
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This comprehensive guide contains the most extensive listing of movies available on video--with 1,000 new movies, added categories, and more--plus a multitude of cross-referencing within its 13 primary indexes.
Category: Performing Arts

Wizard Of The Upper Amazon

Author : Manuel Córdova-Ríos
ISBN : 0938190806
Genre : History
File Size : 60.78 MB
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Wizard of the Upper Amazon is an extraordinary document of the life among a tribe of South American Indians at the beginning of the 20th century. For many readers, the most compelling sections of the book will be the descriptions of the use of Banisteriopsis caapi, the ayahuasca of the Amazon forests. This powerful hallucinogen has long been credited with the ability to transport human beings to realms of experience where telepathy and clairvoyance are commonplace. Manual Córdova, the narrator of these adventures is a well-known as a healer in Peru.
Category: History

The Valley Of The Ancients

Author : David Alric
ISBN : 9780571297139
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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In a London suburb two families guarding an extraordinary secret plan an epic journey to a lost crater in the Amazon jungle. Their mission: to discover whether dinosaurs still exist on earth. Thousands of miles away, in a Brazilian high-security prison, a gang of ruthless criminals hatch plans of escape and murder. In a nearby university laboratory a brilliant but evil professor becomes obsessed by one of the most incredible inventions in human history. Soon, all their destinies become inextricably linked in a violent and mortal struggle. The outcome will affect the lives of countless people, all over the world. A spell-binding, colourful and exciting adventure packed with interesting facts, fearsome creatures and beautiful illustrations.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

The Brazilian Amazon Rainforest

Author : Luiz C. Barbosa
ISBN : 0761815228
Genre : Business & Economics
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Barbosa (sociology, San Francisco State University) provides a global, world-systemic analysis of the problem of deforestation of the Brazilian Amazon rainforest. He shows how changes in global ecopolitics demanding sustainable development, coupled with the onset of democracy in Brazil, substantially altered the battle over the future of Amazonia. He describes deforestation in the region in the context of an expanding frontier of global capitalism, and compares Amazon experiences with those of Costa Rica, Malaysia, and Indonesia.
Category: Business & Economics

Scoping The Amazon

Author : Stephen Nugent
ISBN : 9781598741773
Genre : History
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Savage cannibal or utopian proto-environmentalist? Nugent examines both popular images of Amazon peoples in film and general books as well as changing anthropological views of the rainforest and its people.
Category: History

Selva Tragica

Author : Arturo D. Hernandez
ISBN : 0978691415
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In 1927 a young woman was kidnapped by warriors of an Amazonian tribe never before in contact with the outside world. She spent over four years as a prisoner of one of the fiercest and most isolated tribes of the Amazon jungle. After her daring and harrowing escape in 1931 she was interviewed by Peruvian writer Arturo D. Hernandez, himself a native of the Amazon. That interview became the basis of Selva Tragica, which gives a unique insight into the life, thoughts and social structure of that fierce and warlike tribe of cannibals before any contact with the outside world, and chronicles the changes that occurred as the first contacts were made. It is a story that can only be told from the inside because, as the story shows, the very contact with the outside investigators changes the very thing they are investigating. Selva Tragica was first published in Spanish in 1954 and won the Ricardo Palma National Prize as the best novel in Peru that year. A French edition was published in Paris in 1956. This is the novel's first translation into English. Other works of Hernandez include Sangama: A Story of the Amazon Jungle, Bubinzana: The Magic Song of the Amazon, and Tangarana and other Tales."
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