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The Amber Forest

Author : Ronald H. McPeak
ISBN : 0922769001
Genre : Nature
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Glossy color photos are prevalent in this book featuring the beauty and biology of California's submarine forests.
Category: Nature

La Belle Terre

Author : Carl Trotti
ISBN : 9781483461410
Genre : Fiction
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Ivey De’Long is an inquisitive, young boy entering his adolescent years. He lives in Baton Rouge with his mom and dad but spends his summers visiting his grandparents in Middle Creek Bottom, Louisiana. It’s the summer of 1919, and he’s just arrived, set to explore the swamps of this beautiful land, or, as his French grandmother calls it, “la belle terre.” Upon his arrival, Ivey reunites with his best friend G.W., and together they fish the bayous, search for hidden treasure, and make some mischief. All his life, Ivey has been taught people are the same on the inside, regardless of race, so he doesn’t understand why townsfolk don’t always look fondly on a white boy running around with a poor, black kid in the swamp. In the spirit of To Kill a Mockingbird, young Ivey tells the story of racial tension in the American South and proves that prejudice goes well beyond skin color.
Category: Fiction

Amber S Dilemma

Author : Madelyn S. Palmer
ISBN : 9781490767437
Genre : Fiction
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Fourteen year old Amber should be the happiest girl alive. She lives a privileged life in the peaceful kingdom of Sterling. But she is not as pretty as Alyssa, one of the girls of the court, and she is unable to catch the eye of handsome Sir Royce. Her mother doesnt seem to have enough time for her. Her ten year old brother Matthew always seems to show up at the wrong moments. How in the world will she ever fit in? Amber is determined to change her situation by doing something bold and daring. But her plan goes awry, endangering those she loves. In this coming of age story, Amber learns more about herself, and how to come to terms with the life she is expected to lead.
Category: Fiction

Roger Zelaznys To Rule In Amber Hc

Author : John Betancourt
ISBN : 9780743487092
Genre : Fiction
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In the nationally bestselling Roger Zelazny’s THE DAWN OF AMBER, John Gregory Betancourt began the epic exploration into how the world of Amber and all of its shadow worlds came into existence. The young warrior named Oberon, who is destined to found a dynasty and rule over Amber, was rescued from attacking hell creatures by his father, Dworkin, and introduced to his brothers and sisters—and his heritage as a Prince of the Courts of Chaos. But the shadow world called Juniper, the home of Dworkin and his kin, came under deadly attack by unknown and overwhelming forces. After sending the rest of the family to distant shadow worlds for their own safety, Dworkin and Oberon, and Oberon’s half-brother Aber, traveled to the center of the known universe and the lair of their enemies, the Courts of Chaos, to put an end to the undeclared blood feud. In TO RULE IN AMBER, the story picks up when Oberon takes on the reins of leadership, and he carves an empire from the new universe created by his father. Enemies new and old lie in wait, and creating a kingdom for himself and his heirs requires delicate political maneuvering, a will of iron, and the might of a born warrior. Power-mad siblings, a madman for a father, assassins, and the King of Chaos are just the beginning of his troubles. Oberon must learn to master them all, if he is To Rule in Amber. The more Oberon tries to do to clear the family name, the worse the situation becomes, until the mysteriously missing Dworkin Trumps into the scene and snatches him away. Dworkin has no intention of trying to clear his name right now, especially since he is a traitor, having stolen the magical object known as the Jewel of Judgement. This he needs to create a new, equally powerful universe from which to oppose the Courts of Chaos, the universe that will be known as Amber . . . a universe built from magic, will power, and royal blood.
Category: Fiction

Twenty Folk And Fairy Tales From The Amber Road

Author : Various
ISBN : 9781910882641
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Since ancient times the Amber Road has been a trade route for the transfer of amber from coastal areas of the North Sea and the Baltic Sea to the Mediterranean Sea and ports beyond. We invite you to journey along the Amber Road from Russia through Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Germany, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Austria and Slovenia to Italy and sample twenty folk tales and stories to be found enroute. This book contains but a sliver of the rich tapestry that is European folklore. Herein you will find perennial favourites like BABA YAGA AND THE LITTLE GIRL WITH THE KIND HEART, THE FROG PRINCESS and THE PIED PIPER OF HAMELIN. Also included are less well known tales like THE AMBER WIZARD, THE GOLD AXE, MANNIKIN LONG BEARD, THE NIXY, VITAZKO THE VICTORIOUS, THE GLUNKEZER GIANT, BEAUTY AND THE HORNS and THE MYRTLE and many more. The PIED PIPER of HAMELIN is supported by two poems by Robert Browning. The allegorical nature of this story is also brought to light. More than a few of these tales and stories have been collected and translated by Parker Fillmore who between 1907 and 1922 specialised in collecting and publishing eastern European forlklore. Teamed with Czech born illustrator, Jan Matulka, no less than seventeen volumes of Czech, Slovakian, Moravian and Finnish folklore were produced. So, find a comfy chair, sit back and enjoy the twenty authentic stories in this unique volume.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Precious Amber

Author : Kathleen Drymon
ISBN : 0821753282
Genre : Fiction
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Upon her mother's death, Amber's cruel stepfather intends to sell her to the highest-paying fur trapper. But when a surly woodsman claims her, the flame-haired Missouri beauty is rescued by a magnificent Indian warrior named Spirit Walker. For a mysterious and wonderful power has foretold their destiny--she to complete the circle of his life, and he to brand her with her heart.
Category: Fiction

Rockhound Trails

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ISBN : MINN:31951000548982M
Genre : Rocks
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Provides descriptions and stories about fifteen rocks available at various rock-hunting sites throughout the United States.
Category: Rocks

U S National Forest Campground Guide Rocky Mountain Region

Author : Fred Dow
ISBN : 9780976751649
Genre : Reference
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Whether you camp in a tent or a recreational vehicle (RV), there are campgrounds in the U.S. National Forests to satisfy the needs of most campers. The "U.S. National Forest Campground Guide - Rocky Mountain Region," describes 366 developed campgrounds in 17 National Forests located in Colorado, Nebraska, South Dakota and Wyoming. With few exceptions, all of the campgrounds were personally visited and surveyed by the authors of this Guide.There are more than 50 items of information for each campground, narrative descriptions (including authors' anecdotes), maps displaying the relative location of the campgrounds, and quick look-up tables to help in the selection of a campground. In addition, there are sidebars throughout the Guide containing useful information about camping, the forests, things to do, and the authors' experiences.
Category: Reference

The Amber Army

Author : William Talbot Allison
Genre : Canadian poetry
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Category: Canadian poetry