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Footprints On The Mountains

Author : Dennis Heath Renshaw
ISBN : 0996345892
Genre : Self-Help
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Ten thousand hikers start the Appalachian Trail every year. Only ten percent finish. Whether you begin in Maine or Georgia, the trail is 2,186 miles long filled with steep climbs, deep valleys, rivers to ford, wildlife, majestic views, strangers who become friends, and swollen, blistered feet. I began this trek at age 66 and hiked 91 mountain peaks, went through 14 states, 464,464 elevation changes -- the equivalent of climbing Mt. Everest 25 times. Along the way, I acquired the trail name "Preacher," carried a 43-pound backpack, lost 25 pounds, got lost three times, and wore out seven pairs of boots. Many who start the trail are in a life turning point and seek spiritual guidance from the awesome wonder of the mountain peaks, sunsets, running rivers and sunrises that offer beauty and peace. Or they may seek a voice to share some solace, or an ear to listen. As I was called "Preacher," some came seeking counsel. I started the journey as a challenge to myself, but I found much more when I experienced God's footprints already on the mountains. I'm sharing my experiences to help others who choose to begin the journey. I hope my descriptions of the Trail, the people and equipment that worked for me, guide someone to travel these mountain trails and find answers.
Category: Self-Help

Footprints On The Mountain

Author : Roland J. Faley
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Genre : Religion
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A complete and practical scriptural guide to the lectionary that includes background on all three cycles and suggestions for application to life today. Includes optional readings for years B and C: The Holy Family, Baptism of the Lord, Ascension and Pentecost.
Category: Religion

Sundar Singh

Author : Janet Benge
ISBN : 157658318X
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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A biography of a former Sikh, who took the Gospel to Hindus, Buddhists and Sikhs in India and Tibet.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Footprints Of The Ages

Author : Jerome Bonaparte Washington
ISBN : UCAL:B4503995
Genre : United States
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Footprints On The Path

Author : Elaine Steiner
ISBN : 9781469114521
Genre : Poetry
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This book of poetry is about the diverse experiences of being human, relationships with others, animals, nature, and God. These poems may look at aspects of life a little differently, hopefully with insights to share.
Category: Poetry

Footprints Of Travellers

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ISBN : COLUMBIA:CU60704551
Genre : Voyages and travels
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Footprints

Author : M.A. Baderoen
ISBN : 9781468908862
Genre : Fiction
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Historical novel based on Cape Archive Research and Oral Traditions. Insight into life at the Cape of Good Hope from c.1780 to the present.
Category: Fiction

Evidence Based Reading Grade 4

Author : Carson-Dellosa Publishing
ISBN : 9781483814629
Genre : Education
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Evidence-Based Reading for grade 4 offers 64 pages of reading practice. It is aligned with the Common Core State Standards and includes a reading comprehension rubric, a standards alignment chart, and pages of reading passages with evidence-based questions to encourage higher-level thinking and thoughtful answers. Each question is designed so that students learn to support their answers with evidence from the text. A variety of literature and informational passages are included to engage learners in a range of texts. The Applying the Standards: Evidence-Based Reading series emphasizes close reading by requiring students to answer text-dependent questions in both literary and informational texts. This is a series of six 64-page books for students in kindergarten to grade 5. Various reading and vocabulary skills are covered, and a culminating reflection question for each passage engages students' higher-level thinking skills. Of particular emphasis throughout the series are the Common Core State Standards and the teaching of evidence-based reading.
Category: Education

Differentiated Reading For Comprehension Grade 4

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ISBN : 9781483810225
Genre : Education
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Differentiated Reading for Comprehension is designed to provide high-interest, nonfiction reading success for all readers. This 64-page book focuses on fourth grade reading skills defined by the Common Core State Standards. Each of 15 stories is presented separately for the below-level, on-level, and advanced students, followed by a series of comprehension questions. Grade four covers such standards as drawing inferences, understanding the different text structures, and comparing and integrating two texts on the same topic. This new series will allow teachers to present the same content to below-level, on-level, and advanced students with these leveled nonfiction stories. It includes multiple-choice, fill-in-the-blank, and true/false questions; short-answer writing practice; and comprehension questions. Students stay interested, build confidence, and discover that reading can be fun! The reading passages will be separated into sections with titles such as Extreme Places, Amazing People, Wild Animals, Strange and Unexplained, Fascinating Machines, and Amazing Kids.
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Footprints In Time

Author : Alan E. Carman
ISBN : 9781466907416
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This book traces the footprints of the Lenape-Delaware Indians across the continent and centers on a culture which occupied a four state region of the Northeast. The initial written documentation describing their way of life was supplied by eleven seventeenth century observers from four nationalities. In the next century, religious missionaries recorded their changing society as it faced the tide of immigration flooding into their homelands. Without their written information, this book could never have been completed.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Coyotes Always Howl At Midnight

Author : Audrey Keen-Hansen
ISBN : 9781466926066
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Expecting high adventure, a widow naively moves to Colorado and marries a widower, owner of Poco Reino, a small ranch in the mountain-clad San Luis Valley. Both have young children: she, a 13-year-old son; he, a 6-year-old son and an 8-year-old daughter. From day one -- with no prior experience -- the author turns into a stepmother and ranch hand. The results: often disastrous, other times quite funny. Close encounters with animals she's only seen or driven by before leave her screaming in terror, or feigning bravery beyond the call of duty. "Me, touch a chicken?" "There's a snake on my windshield!" The livestock sale barn, learning to ride a horse, raising a brood of 65 fancy-breed chickens provide surprising awakenings. And she never expected to be tramping in the mountains with a husband who is first, a biologist, and second (she discovers), a part-time rancher. The children share the adventure. Their fun, and not-so-much fun, activities are described thoughout. "Women are still pioneering -- and still venturing West."
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Footprints

Author : John G. Aicher
ISBN : 9781493154432
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Born in 1930 the author has lived through the major convulsions of the twentieth century, and has comments about many of them. A Korean War veteran and practicing lawyer in New York and Vermont, his memories of events in court, in prisons, and politics will hold your interest and stir your emotions.
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Mount Mitchell And The Black Mountains

Author : Timothy Silver
ISBN : 9780807863145
Genre : Nature
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Each year, thousands of tourists visit Mount Mitchell, the most prominent feature of North Carolina's Black Mountain range and the highest peak in the eastern United States. From Native Americans and early explorers to land speculators and conservationists, people have long been drawn to this rugged region. Timothy Silver explores the long and complicated history of the Black Mountains, drawing on both the historical record and his experience as a backpacker and fly fisherman. He chronicles the geological and environmental forces that created this intriguing landscape, then traces its history of environmental change and human intervention from the days of Indian-European contact to today. Among the many tales Silver recounts is that of Elisha Mitchell, the renowned geologist and University of North Carolina professor for whom Mount Mitchell is named, who fell to his death there in 1857. But nature's stories--of forest fires, chestnut blight, competition among plants and animals, insect invasions, and, most recently, airborne toxins and acid rain--are also part of Silver's narrative, making it the first history of the Appalachians in which the natural world gets equal time with human history. It is only by understanding the dynamic between these two forces, Silver says, that we can begin to protect the Black Mountains for future generations.
Category: Nature