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The Blue Mountain

Author : Meir Shalev
ISBN : 9781847677259
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 77.42 MB
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The Blue Mountain is the first novel by one of Israel's most important and acclaimed contemporary writers and as with all his writing is a virtuoso example of Shalev's skill as a storyteller. Published to outstanding reviews all over the world, its publication in Britain re-affirms his reputation as a major international writer. Set in a small rural village prior to the creation of the State of Israel, this funny and hugely imaginative book paints an extraordinary picture of a small community of Ukrainian immigrants as they succeed in pioneering a new life in a new land over three generations. The Blue Mountain transcends its time and place by touching on issues of universal relevance whilst never failing to entertain and engage the reader. As with Four Meals, the writing is lyrical and of exceptional quality and illustrates why Shalev has been steadily winning over an ever-increasing number of fans worldwide.
Category: Fiction

Climbing The Blue Mountain

Author : Eknath Easwaran
ISBN : 9780915132706
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
File Size : 48.87 MB
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Sixteen lively essays illuminate different aspects of the spiritual journey. The introduction presents the author as a ?travel agent” on a journey to the spiritual world within us. The essays are metaphorical travel brochures, invitations to take the plunge into self-discovery through the adventure of meditation. Edited from his extemporaneous talks, this inspiring collection of essays gives the flavor of hearing this great spiritual teacher and storyteller in person. Easwaran successfully combines his Eastern and Western wisdom, which includes a thorough knowledge of English literature, into an eight-point program usable by followers of all religious traditions.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Treasure Of The Blue Mountain

Author : , Colbby
ISBN : 9781622125012
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
File Size : 64.33 MB
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After visiting an auction Kevin and Ella discover a map in an old account book. They have to follow the clues that could lead them to treasure, but someone else is also on the trail. Who are they and how did they get to know?Back at their aunt’s house, Kevin has to make a science project for school.He puts together an old cyber pet along with some microchips and accidentally makes a time machine. Follow the adventures of the twins as they travel back in history.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Over The Blue Mountain

Author : Conrad Richter
ISBN : UCAL:B3406904
Genre : Social Science
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Two young Pennsylvania Dutch boys decide on a hot, dry July 2 to hide and watch Mary go over the mountain, because, according to the old legend, if it rained that day, she would not return and it would rain for forty days.
Category: Social Science

Blue Mountains

Author : John Low
ISBN : 9780908272372
Genre : Blue Mountains (N.S.W.)
File Size : 32.48 MB
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Category: Blue Mountains (N.S.W.)

Assessment Of Timber Availability From Forest Restoration Within The Blue Mountains Of Oregon

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ISBN : MINN:31951D029812281
Genre : Forest management
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Changes in forest management have detrimentally affected the economic health of small communities in the Blue Mountain region of Oregon over the past few decades. A build-up of small trees threatens the ecological health of these forests and increases wildland fire hazard. Hoping to boost their economies and also restore these forests, local leaders are interested in the economic value of timber that might be available from thinning treatments on these lands. This study identified densely stocked stands where thinning could provide a reliable source of wood, and examined the quantity, distribution, and economic value of the resulting timber for 5.5 million acres of national forest lands in eastern Oregon. Our findings verified local land managers' observations that the land base to support timber harvest targets in the region is smaller than anticipated in the past. Legal restrictions and current management practices have reduced the acreage available for harvest and mechanical restoration. Additionally, we found that on lands where active forestry is allowable, thinning of most densely stocked stands would not be economically viable. Findings from this analysis can help establish a common understanding of Blue Mountains vegetative and economic conditions for managers trying to restore the region's national forests.
Category: Forest management