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60 Hikes Within 60 Miles: Portland: Including the Coast, Mount Hood, Mount St. Helens, and the Santiam River

Paul Gerald

2018    328 pages    (Menasha Ridge Press)

DDC: 796.5109795    LCC: GV199.42.O72 P6738

OCLC: 1019839584    LCCN: 2018000286    ISBN 13: 9781634040846    ISBN 10: 1634040848

The top guide to hiking within an hour’s drive of Portland, OregonThe best way to experience Portland is by hiking it! Get outdoors with local author and hiking expert Paul Gerald. Now in full color, his best-selling guide helps you locate and access the top hikes within 60 miles of the city. A perfect blend of popular routes and hidden gems, the selected trails transport you to scenic overlooks, mountain retreats, and magical forests that renew your spirit and recharge your body.Hike around [...]

The top guide to hiking within an hour’s drive of Portland, OregonThe best way to experience Portland is by hiking it! Get outdoors with local author and hiking expert Paul Gerald. Now in full color, his best-selling guide helps you locate and access the top hikes within 60 miles of the city. A perfect blend of popular routes and hidden gems, the selected trails transport you to scenic overlooks, mountain retreats, and magical forests that renew your spirit and recharge your body.Hike around Mount Hood on the Timberline Trail. See migrating fish in the Salmon River. Enjoy the wildflowers at Tom McCall Preserve in the Columbia River Gorge. Explore the wildlife sanctuary at Oaks Bottom, right in the heart of the city. Stroll behind waterfalls in Silver Falls State Park. Whale watch from high up on Cape Lookout. With Portland author and outdoors enthusiast Paul Gerald offering advice about where to hike and what to expect when you get there, you’ll learn about the area and experience nature through 60 of Portland’s best hikes!Each hike description features key at-a-glance information on distance, difficulty, scenery, traffic, hiking time, and more, so you can quickly and easily learn about each trail. Detailed directions, GPS-based trail maps, and elevation profiles help to ensure that you know where you are and where you’re going. Tips on nearby activities further enhance your enjoyment of every outing. So whether you’re a local looking for new places to explore or a visitor to the area, 60 Hikes Within 60 Miles: Portland provides plenty of options for a couple hours or a full day of adventure, all within about an hour from the city. [less]

$18.95

2019 Oregon Wall Calendar

Schafer, Rick

2018    26 pages    (Protégé)

ISBN 13: 9781944857523    ISBN 10: 1944857524

Every Protege calendar features 24 stunning photographs by world-class photographers, including David Muench, Marc Muench, Kevin Adams, Derrald Farnsworth-Livingston, Fred Hirschmann, Todd Klassy, Rick Schafer, Mark Lisk, and others. Reaching some of the most scenic and remote areas of each state, the Protege calendars inspire you to experience the beauty and take pride in your favorite state. The calendar also includes a complete moon phase, solstice, and equinox schedule in addition to a year- [...]

Every Protege calendar features 24 stunning photographs by world-class photographers, including David Muench, Marc Muench, Kevin Adams, Derrald Farnsworth-Livingston, Fred Hirschmann, Todd Klassy, Rick Schafer, Mark Lisk, and others. Reaching some of the most scenic and remote areas of each state, the Protege calendars inspire you to experience the beauty and take pride in your favorite state. The calendar also includes a complete moon phase, solstice, and equinox schedule in addition to a year-end planning grid and diverse range of religious, secular, and ethnic holidays celebrated throughout North America. [less]

$14.99
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Above the Clearwater: Living on Stolen Land

Husted, Bette Lynch

2004    168 pages    (Oregon State University Press)

DDC: 979.685    LCC: F752.C62

OCLC: 52979162    LCCN: 2003019389    ISBN 13: 9780870710070    ISBN 10: 0870710079

Like her father before her, Bette Husted grew up on stolen land. The bench land above the Clearwater River in north-central Idaho had been a home for the Nez Perce Indians until the Dawes Act opened their reservation to settlement in 1895. As a child on the family homestead, Husted felt the presence of the Nez Perce: "But they were always just out of sight, like a smoky shadow behind me that I couldn?t quite turn around quickly enough to catch." Above the Clearwater chronicles her family's [...]

Like her father before her, Bette Husted grew up on stolen land. The bench land above the Clearwater River in north-central Idaho had been a home for the Nez Perce Indians until the Dawes Act opened their reservation to settlement in 1895. As a child on the family homestead, Husted felt the presence of the Nez Perce: "But they were always just out of sight, like a smoky shadow behind me that I couldn?t quite turn around quickly enough to catch." Above the Clearwater chronicles her family's history on the land, revealing their joys and sorrows, their triumphs and tragedies. In a series of graceful and moving essays, Husted traces this intimate history, from her Cold War childhood to her struggles as a parent and finally to her life as a woman and teacher in the rural West. Her family's stories echo those of countless other families in the American West: the conflicts with guns, the struggles over land ownership and water rights, the isolation of women, the separations by race and class, the family secrets of mental illness and suicide. With a powerful, poetic voice, Husted illuminates the tangled relationship between the history of a particular place and the history of the families who inhabit that place over time. As Above the Clearwater explores one family's search for a home on land taken from its original inhabitants, it quietly asks all readers to examine their own homes in the same light. [less]

$18.95

Acquaintance (Medicine for the Blues) (Volume 1)

Stookey, Jeff

2017    296 pages    (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform)

ISBN 13: 9781976330193    ISBN 10: 197633019X

As a young surgeon, Carl Holman has experienced the horrors of World War I and the loss of his lover, a fellow officer. Back home after the war, he befriends a young jazz musician who he hopes will become a companion he can share his life with. But this is Oregon: the Ku Klux Klan is gaining influence, homosexual acts are illegal, and such a relationship will jeopardize Carl’s promising medical career. Musician Jimmy Harper has his own dreams for the future and his own obstacles to overcome [...]

As a young surgeon, Carl Holman has experienced the horrors of World War I and the loss of his lover, a fellow officer. Back home after the war, he befriends a young jazz musician who he hopes will become a companion he can share his life with. But this is Oregon: the Ku Klux Klan is gaining influence, homosexual acts are illegal, and such a relationship will jeopardize Carl’s promising medical career. Musician Jimmy Harper has his own dreams for the future and his own obstacles to overcome before he will allow himself to accept Carl’s love. Acquaintance is a deep dive into gay and lesbian history based on extensive period research of the 1920s. This is Book 1 of the trilogy Medicine for the Blues, which explores the complexities of gender and sexuality through the historical lens of the early 1920s. It was a time when jazz was becoming popular, Freud was all the rage, social mores were shifting, liquor was illegal, and women had just gotten the vote. The trilogy tells a touching love story set against the dramatic backdrop of this influential era. [less]

$15.00

After We All Died

Cobb, Allison

2016    128 pages    (Ahsahta Press)

DDC: 813    LCC: PS3603.O225 A6

OCLC: 966561514    LCCN: 2016039058    ISBN 13: 9781934103739    ISBN 10: 193410373X

Poetry. Ecopoetics. In AFTER WE ALL DIED, poet Allison Cobb examines modes of crisis not from the point of recognizing they are impending or even inevitable, but from the realization one's entire reality—on the scale of the individual, the cultural, the ecological—has been an eventuality constructed within the crosshairs of history. Combining various iterations of the anxiousness common to life in late-capitalist America with the claustrophobic awareness of Earth's biopolitical fate, the [...]

Poetry. Ecopoetics. In AFTER WE ALL DIED, poet Allison Cobb examines modes of crisis not from the point of recognizing they are impending or even inevitable, but from the realization one's entire reality—on the scale of the individual, the cultural, the ecological—has been an eventuality constructed within the crosshairs of history. Combining various iterations of the anxiousness common to life in late-capitalist America with the claustrophobic awareness of Earth's biopolitical fate, the book copes with calamity through mourning, placing at its conceptual and emotional center the question when did everything die? Rather than claiming to have an answer, or providing an insufficient one, this inquiry is suspended, mid-air, so that readers might reconsider the circumstances under which such a question must be articulated: not because an answer will save us, but because acknowledging it as unanswerable begins the process of understanding one's grief. "Poet Allison Cobb's new book AFTER WE ALL DIED (Ahsahta Press) is thrilling—inventive, visionary, hard-thought, and impossible to put down...Five shining stars and highly recommended."—Carolyn Forch#65533; [less]

$18.00

Aire, agua y Cenizas

Diaz Horna, Efrain

2010    94 pages    (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform)

OCLC: 1036987636    ISBN 13: 9781453848456    ISBN 10: 1453848452

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$12.00

Alyssa Chronicle, The

Strelow, Michael

2018    120 pages    (John Hunt Publishing Limited)

OCLC: 1056780518    LCCN: 2017951469    ISBN 13: 9781785358357    ISBN 10: 1785358359

"The old couple had whirled into my life. I could never have seen then how large the whirling, how big the circles." In The Princess Gardener, Princess Eugenie swapped places with Alyssa, a farm girl of her exact likeness, and they both got what they had longed for, Eugenie a chance to work on the land and Alyssa an education. The second installment, The Alyssa Chronicle, sees the upcoming wedding of Arbuckle Beauregard the III which is to be a state event. Everything must be perfect. With the [...]

"The old couple had whirled into my life. I could never have seen then how large the whirling, how big the circles." In The Princess Gardener, Princess Eugenie swapped places with Alyssa, a farm girl of her exact likeness, and they both got what they had longed for, Eugenie a chance to work on the land and Alyssa an education. The second installment, The Alyssa Chronicle, sees the upcoming wedding of Arbuckle Beauregard the III which is to be a state event. Everything must be perfect. With the help of a magical couple, the girls must swap back in order to stop a royal plot to steal all the flowers of the land. Will Alyssa and Princess Eugenie's friendship and determination be enough to defend the farmers and gardeners of the kingdom? And will the girls succeed in getting back to their preferred places? [less]

$11.95

Among Animals: The Lives of Animals and Humans in Contemporary Short Fiction

Yunker, John

2014    232 pages    (Ashland Creek Press)

DDC: 808.830108374    LCC: PN6071.A7 A46

OCLC: 869905771    LCCN: 2013944664    ISBN 13: 9781618220257    ISBN 10: 161822025X

Stories that affirm the indelible bond among humans and animals The relationships among human and non-human animals goes back to the beginning of time-and the ways in which these relationships have evolved (and sometimes not) is the inspiration for this collection of contemporary short fiction, penned by writers from across the globe. This diverse collection of stories explores the ways in which we live among-and often in conflict with-our non-human counterparts. These stories feature [...]

Stories that affirm the indelible bond among humans and animals The relationships among human and non-human animals goes back to the beginning of time-and the ways in which these relationships have evolved (and sometimes not) is the inspiration for this collection of contemporary short fiction, penned by writers from across the globe. This diverse collection of stories explores the ways in which we live among-and often in conflict with-our non-human counterparts. These stories feature animals from the familiar (dogs and cats) to the exotic (elands and emus), and in these stories animals are both the rescuers and the rescued. Within these pages are glimpses of the world through the eyes of a zookeeper, a shelter worker, a penguin researcher, and a neighborhood stray, among many others-all highlighting the ways in which animals and humans understand and challenge one another. Among Animals is a dynamic collection of stories from the world's most gifted contemporary authors-those who pay close attention to the creatures with which we share our planet, and who inspire us to pay closer attention as well. Stories and contributors include: Alas, Falada! by Diane LeferGreyhound by Jean RyanBeyond the Strandline by Mary AkersMeat by C.S. MalerichAren't You Pretty? by Patrick HicksThe Ecstatic Cry by Midge RaymondLitter by Philip ArmstrongThe Boto's Child by Rosalie LoewenEmu by Jessica ZbeidaWith Sheep by Carol Guess and Kelly MageePelicans by Julian HoffmanThe Weight of Things Unsaid by Sara DupreeBlue Murder by Suzanne KamataBad Berry Season by Melodie EdwardsMiriam's Lantern by Ray Keifetz [less]

$17.95
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Best Outdoor Adventures Near Portland, Oregon: A Guide to the City's Greatest Hiking, Paddling, and Cycling (A Falcon Guide)

Sawyer, Adam

2016    232 pages    (Falcon Guides)

DDC: 796.509795    LCC: GV191.42.O7 S28

OCLC: 948669448    LCCN: 2016016995    ISBN 13: 9781493017102    ISBN 10: 1493017101

Who says you have to travel far from home to go on a great hike, paddle, or bike ride? Best Outdoor Adventures Near Portland, Oregon details nearly forty of the best hikes, paddles, bike routes, and adventures within an hour’s drive from the Portland, Oregon, area. This book is perfect for the urban and suburbanite who may be hard-pressed to find great outdoor activities close to home.This guide not only include the best cycling, hiking, and paddling, but also ziplining, rock climbing, and [...]

Who says you have to travel far from home to go on a great hike, paddle, or bike ride? Best Outdoor Adventures Near Portland, Oregon details nearly forty of the best hikes, paddles, bike routes, and adventures within an hour’s drive from the Portland, Oregon, area. This book is perfect for the urban and suburbanite who may be hard-pressed to find great outdoor activities close to home.This guide not only include the best cycling, hiking, and paddling, but also ziplining, rock climbing, and disc golf - perfect for families! [less]

$22.95

Best Tent Camping: Oregon

Ohlsen, Becky

2018    192 pages    (Menasha Ridge Press, Incorporated)

DDC: 796.5409795    LCC: GV191.42.O7 P95

OCLC: 1023818255    LCCN: 2018007306    ISBN 13: 9780897326773    ISBN 10: 0897326776

The guide to the top 50 tent campsites in Oregon. The new, full-color edition of Best Tent Camping: Oregon by Becky Ohlsen guides campers to the state's quietest and most scenic campsites. It's the perfect resource for those who blanch at the thought of pitching a tent on a concrete slab, trying to sleep through the blare of another camper's boom box, or waking up to find your tent surrounded by RVs. The book contains detailed campground layout maps; key information such as fees, restrictions, [...]

The guide to the top 50 tent campsites in Oregon. The new, full-color edition of Best Tent Camping: Oregon by Becky Ohlsen guides campers to the state's quietest and most scenic campsites. It's the perfect resource for those who blanch at the thought of pitching a tent on a concrete slab, trying to sleep through the blare of another camper's boom box, or waking up to find your tent surrounded by RVs. The book contains detailed campground layout maps; key information such as fees, restrictions, and dates of operation; and candid ratings for beauty, privacy, quiet, security, spaciousness, and cleanliness. [less]

$16.95

Big Book of Superheroes, The

King, Bart

2014    288 pages    (Gibbs Smith)

DDC: 741.5352    LCC: PN6231.H44

OCLC: 856647614    LCCN: 2013027903    ISBN 13: 9781423633976    ISBN 10: 1423633970

If you're wondering if you have what it takes to be a superhero--of course you do! All you need is a burning desire to fight evildoers. Oh, and also a secret identity, the perfect name, a cool costume, some terrific superpowers, and an archenemy. (Actually, you know what? You better get this book!)

If you're wondering if you have what it takes to be a superhero--of course you do! All you need is a burning desire to fight evildoers. Oh, and also a secret identity, the perfect name, a cool costume, some terrific superpowers, and an archenemy. (Actually, you know what? You better get this book!) [less]

$19.99

Bleeding Blue

Weston, Don

2013    288 pages    (Don Weston Author of the Billie Bly Series)

DDC: 813   

OCLC: 866851486    ISBN 13: 9780615782737    ISBN 10: 0615782736

As women sleuths go, Billie Bly is one tough private investigator. But when her psychic tells her she is to stumble upon a murder, she wishes the seer also would have told her it was Billie who was to be the victim in her own private murder mystery. Maybe her psychic didn't want to give her more to worry about. Billie's already stressed because of a looming million-dollar lawsuit, a missing client who doesn't want to be found, and her on again off again romance with her former cop partner. To [...]

As women sleuths go, Billie Bly is one tough private investigator. But when her psychic tells her she is to stumble upon a murder, she wishes the seer also would have told her it was Billie who was to be the victim in her own private murder mystery. Maybe her psychic didn't want to give her more to worry about. Billie's already stressed because of a looming million-dollar lawsuit, a missing client who doesn't want to be found, and her on again off again romance with her former cop partner. To learn who wants her dead and why people are dying around her, Billie follows a trail of evidence to Portland's City Hall. It's crawling with suspects: a mayor who wants to be governor at any cost; his mistress, who wants to tag along with or without her city auditor husband; a city commissioner who hires a private investigator to spy on Billie; and an ambitious cop seeking advancement at any price. The suspense mounts as the mayor attempts to put Billie under house arrest for her own good and an assassin tries to kill her in a drive-by shooting, then takes out a chief witness at the Portland Pirate Festival. Billie begins thinking she needs better paranormal advice. Perhaps a psychic who tell her who is behind this crime surge. Is the assassin a man Billie once loved? Will she find the truth before the murderer finds her? And who will walk away from a late-night shootout on the Portland riverfront? [less]

$15.00

Blue Reverie in Smoke

Kennedy Griffin, Theresa

2016    118 pages    (Oregon Greystone Press)

DDC: 811.6    LCC: PS3611.E635

OCLC: 951224531    LCCN: 2016936840    ISBN 13: 9780692674031    ISBN 10: 0692674039

BLUE REVERIE IN SMOKE explores the lonely and taxing journey of discovering what it means to be human, in all its variables, risks and rewards. This is a collection of poetry that takes on the mundane of a woman's life; the good, the bad and the potentially spirit breaking. Some of the poems focus on motherhood and the joyous challenge of helping our children reach adulthood, contrasted with the often difficult process of learning to let go. Other areas of focus include the difficult aspects of [...]

BLUE REVERIE IN SMOKE explores the lonely and taxing journey of discovering what it means to be human, in all its variables, risks and rewards. This is a collection of poetry that takes on the mundane of a woman's life; the good, the bad and the potentially spirit breaking. Some of the poems focus on motherhood and the joyous challenge of helping our children reach adulthood, contrasted with the often difficult process of learning to let go. Other areas of focus include the difficult aspects of long term marriage and the inevitable personal betrayal that results when people fall out of love. Theresa Griffin Kennedy embraces modern free verse, with a slight formalist tone that could be compared to English poet James Fenton or the more intimate poetry of American poetess Sharon Olds. This is a book that delves into the melancholy and fluid process of remembrance and forgetfulness. The remembrance of cherished loved ones and the complex relationship to long regarded enemies. It is a book of verse that takes on the universal challenges that face any woman who has ever loved, lost and tried again. [less]

$14.99

Breaking Chains: Slavery on Trial in the Oregon Territory

Nokes, R. Gregory

2013    240 pages    (Oregon State University Press)

DDC: 342.795087    LCC: KFO2801.6.S55

OCLC: 847007773    ISBN 13: 9780870717123    ISBN 10: 087071712X

When they were brought to Oregon in 1844, Missouri slaves Robin and Polly Holmes and their children were promised freedom in exchange for helping develop their owner’s Willamette Valley farm. However, Nathaniel Ford, an influential settler and legislator, kept them in bondage until 1850, even then refusing to free their children. Holmes took his former master to court and, in the face of enormous odds, won the case in 1853.In Breaking Chains, R. Gregory Nokes tells the story of the only [...]

When they were brought to Oregon in 1844, Missouri slaves Robin and Polly Holmes and their children were promised freedom in exchange for helping develop their owner’s Willamette Valley farm. However, Nathaniel Ford, an influential settler and legislator, kept them in bondage until 1850, even then refusing to free their children. Holmes took his former master to court and, in the face of enormous odds, won the case in 1853.In Breaking Chains, R. Gregory Nokes tells the story of the only slavery case adjudicated in Oregon’s pre-Civil War courts—Holmes v. Ford. Through the lens of this landmark case, Nokes explores the historical context of racism in Oregon and the West, reminding readers that there actually were slaves in Oregon, though relatively few in number.Drawing on the court record, Nokes offers an intimate account of the relationship between a slave and his master from the slave’s point of view. He also explores the experiences of other slaves in early Oregon, examining attitudes toward race and revealing contradictions in the state’s history. Oregon was the only free state admitted to the union with a voter-approved constitutional clause banning African Americans and, despite the prohibition of slavery in the state, many in Oregon tolerated it and supported politicians who advocated for slavery, including Oregon’s first territorial governor.Breaking Chains sheds light on a somber part of Oregon’s history, bringing the story of slavery in Oregon to a broader audience. The book will appeal to readers interested in Pacific Northwest history and in the history of slavery in the United States. [less]

$19.95

Butterflies of the Pacific Northwest (A Timber Press Field Guide)

Pyle, Robert

2018    464 pages    (Timber Press)

DDC: 595.78    LCC: QL548.P942

OCLC: 1006517491    LCCN: 2017046297    ISBN 13: 9781604696936    ISBN 10: 1604696931

A comprehensive field guide to the butterflies of the Pacific Northwest from renowned experts Easy to use and beautifully illustrated with more than 600 color photographs and nearly 200 maps, Butterflies of the Pacific Northwest is a must-have for nature lovers in Washington, Oregon, western Idaho, northern California, and British Columbia. The profiles include preferred common name for both genus and species, type locality, conservation status, the look and distinguishing traits of each [...]

A comprehensive field guide to the butterflies of the Pacific Northwest from renowned experts Easy to use and beautifully illustrated with more than 600 color photographs and nearly 200 maps, Butterflies of the Pacific Northwest is a must-have for nature lovers in Washington, Oregon, western Idaho, northern California, and British Columbia. The profiles include preferred common name for both genus and species, type locality, conservation status, the look and distinguishing traits of each butterfly, the preferred foodplants and nectar plants, habitat and range, and much more. Additional information includes a brief introduction to how butterflies work and details on ecology and conservation. [less]

$27.95
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California Garden Tour: The 50 Best Gardens to Visit in the Golden State, The

Olson, Donald

2017    296 pages    (Timber Press)

DDC: 635.09794    LCC: SB466.U65 C27

OCLC: 965781486    LCCN: 2016055616    ISBN 13: 9781604697223    ISBN 10: 1604697229

A fantastic garden journey that only California can provide In The California Garden Tour, veteran travel writer Donald Olson highlights 50 outstanding public gardens and provides all the information you need to make the most of your visit. From San Francisco and the East Bay to Palm Springs and San Diego, Olson includes iconic gardens like the Getty Center, new favorites like Alcatraz, and uniquely Californian destinations like Lotusland and Sunnylands. The easy-to-use format includes [...]

A fantastic garden journey that only California can provide In The California Garden Tour, veteran travel writer Donald Olson highlights 50 outstanding public gardens and provides all the information you need to make the most of your visit. From San Francisco and the East Bay to Palm Springs and San Diego, Olson includes iconic gardens like the Getty Center, new favorites like Alcatraz, and uniquely Californian destinations like Lotusland and Sunnylands. The easy-to-use format includes visitor information, an evocative description, and full color photography for each garden.  [less]

$24.95

Call of the Sun Child

Varela, Francesca

2014    168 pages    (Homebound Publications)

LCC: PZ7.V4266

OCLC: 865180015    ISBN 13: 9781938846182    ISBN 10: 1938846184

Sempra has lived all of her sixteen years in an enclosed dome called the Circadia Stable Living Facility. It is structured, sustainable, and windowless. After the sun grew in intensity, causing society to become nocturnal, it was the only safe place to go. No one remembers the outside world. For 150 years the government has warned them about the deadly sun, and savage, vengeful outsiders. There is only one punishment for any crime: to be exiled from the facility. But Sempra is curious. Beyond [...]

Sempra has lived all of her sixteen years in an enclosed dome called the Circadia Stable Living Facility. It is structured, sustainable, and windowless. After the sun grew in intensity, causing society to become nocturnal, it was the only safe place to go. No one remembers the outside world. For 150 years the government has warned them about the deadly sun, and savage, vengeful outsiders. There is only one punishment for any crime: to be exiled from the facility. But Sempra is curious. Beyond those walls, what is there to see? When she and her childhood friend, Alden, discover a forbidden book, she begins to question the facility, and, with it, everything she has ever known. [less]

$17.95

Chicago Blues

Stookey, Jeff

2018    288 pages    (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform)

ISBN 13: 9781986571081    ISBN 10: 1986571084

Jimmy Harper arrives in Chicago with the Diggs Monroe Jazz Orchestra, where the band hopes to find fame and fortune. Instead Jimmy descends into the jazz underworld where he is introduced to an array of unconventional characters and environs. He becomes entangled in dark dealings with a sinister mob boss and an erotic affair with a black drag performer. In this unfamiliar world, Jimmy begins to question whether he can trust anyone, even his old band members.The trilogy Medicine for the Blues is [...]

Jimmy Harper arrives in Chicago with the Diggs Monroe Jazz Orchestra, where the band hopes to find fame and fortune. Instead Jimmy descends into the jazz underworld where he is introduced to an array of unconventional characters and environs. He becomes entangled in dark dealings with a sinister mob boss and an erotic affair with a black drag performer. In this unfamiliar world, Jimmy begins to question whether he can trust anyone, even his old band members.The trilogy Medicine for the Blues is a work of LGBT historical fiction that explores the complexities of gender and sexuality through the historical lens of the early 1920s. Chicago Blues follows Book 1 Acquaintance. Still to come, Book 3 Dangerous Medicine. [less]

$17.00

City of Weird: 30 Otherworldly Portland Tales

Allred, Stevan

2016    312 pages    (Forest Avenue Press)

DDC: 813    LCC: PS648.S3 C49

OCLC: 934480169    LCCN: 2016018509    ISBN 13: 9781942436232    ISBN 10: 1942436238

City of Weird conjures what we fear: death, darkness, ghosts. Hungry sea monsters and alien slime molds. Blood drinkers and game show hosts. Set in Portland, Oregon, these thirty stories blend imagination, literary writing, and pop culture into a cohesive weirdness that honors the city’s personality, its bookstores and bridges and solo volcano, as well as the tradition of sci-fi pulp magazines. Including such authors as Rene Denfeld, Justin Hocking, Leni Zumas, and Kevin Sampsell, editor Gigi [...]

City of Weird conjures what we fear: death, darkness, ghosts. Hungry sea monsters and alien slime molds. Blood drinkers and game show hosts. Set in Portland, Oregon, these thirty stories blend imagination, literary writing, and pop culture into a cohesive weirdness that honors the city’s personality, its bookstores and bridges and solo volcano, as well as the tradition of sci-fi pulp magazines. Including such authors as Rene Denfeld, Justin Hocking, Leni Zumas, and Kevin Sampsell, editor Gigi Little has curated a collection that is quirky, chilling, often profoundand always perfectly weird. [less]

$15.95

Coast to Cascades: C.C. McKim’s Impressionist Vision

Humpal, Mark

2016   

DDC: 759.13    LCC: ND237.M355

OCLC: 960191652    ISBN 13: 9780924335419    ISBN 10: 0924335416

C.C. McKim’s artistic career as an impressionist painter flourished in Portland, Oregon, during the early 20th century. McKim’s light-filled, evocative images of Oregon landscapes capture the unique beauty and character of the Northwest. As both artist and mentor, he was influential in popularizing impressionist painting in this region. The exhibition and accompanying catalogue offer a survey of McKim’s career and explore his impact on the Northwest art scene.

C.C. McKim’s artistic career as an impressionist painter flourished in Portland, Oregon, during the early 20th century. McKim’s light-filled, evocative images of Oregon landscapes capture the unique beauty and character of the Northwest. As both artist and mentor, he was influential in popularizing impressionist painting in this region. The exhibition and accompanying catalogue offer a survey of McKim’s career and explore his impact on the Northwest art scene. [less]

$20.00

Conserving Oregon's Environment

McCloskey, Michael

2013    266 pages    (Inkwater Press)

DDC: 333.72    LCC: GE195

OCLC: 849762732    ISBN 13: 9781592999484    ISBN 10: 1592999484

Conserving Oregon's Environment traces the arc of successes in conserving Oregon's environment, beginning in the 1880s and continuing to 2013. It answers the questions: Where did this program or reserve come from? Who led the way, and who opposed it? What difference has it made? It deals with the breadth of modern environmentalism: protecting nature, habitat, purifying ambient media, eliminating unsafe operations, and promoting energy efficiency. It is organized around themes, such as public [...]

Conserving Oregon's Environment traces the arc of successes in conserving Oregon's environment, beginning in the 1880s and continuing to 2013. It answers the questions: Where did this program or reserve come from? Who led the way, and who opposed it? What difference has it made? It deals with the breadth of modern environmentalism: protecting nature, habitat, purifying ambient media, eliminating unsafe operations, and promoting energy efficiency. It is organized around themes, such as public lands, state parks, rivers, wilderness, environmental laws and turning points on such issues, modern reserves, new refuges, breakthroughs on national forests; each chapter tells its story chronologically. Two appendices accompany the text: a timeline of accomplishments, and a list of organizations providing leadership. In addition, maps show the location of reserves. It concludes that Oregon occupies a special place in the history of conservation because of the degree of innovation here and the continuity of progress. For its size, no state has done more to make history in protecting its environment. [less]

$15.95

Cultures of Femininity in Modern Fashion

Sheehan, Elizabeth

2011    268 pages    (University Press of New England)

DDC: 391    LCC: GT1720.C85

OCLC: 823388661    LCCN: 2011007983    ISBN 13: 9781611680010    ISBN 10: 1611680018

Grounded in the ubiquitous, ever-changing matter of fashion, Cultures of Femininity in Modern Fashion places women at the heart of modern culture. Rich and cohesive, this collection demonstrates how fashion shaped and emerged from diverse cultures of femininity and modernity. By recovering fashion as a dynamic and far-reaching force in culture and politics, the volume examines the nuanced and conflicted terrain of femininity from the mid-nineteenth to the early twentieth century. Revealing the [...]

Grounded in the ubiquitous, ever-changing matter of fashion, Cultures of Femininity in Modern Fashion places women at the heart of modern culture. Rich and cohesive, this collection demonstrates how fashion shaped and emerged from diverse cultures of femininity and modernity. By recovering fashion as a dynamic and far-reaching force in culture and politics, the volume examines the nuanced and conflicted terrain of femininity from the mid-nineteenth to the early twentieth century. Revealing the inextricability of fashion from modern life, the volume argues for placing gender, everyday life, and materiality at the forefront of our accounts of modernity. This transatlantic and truly interdisciplinary collection, with an afterword by distinguished literary scholar Rita Felski, is also notable for its mix of established and emerging scholars. The contributors address diverse aspects of women's engagement with fashion in modernity, through such topics as Sapphic architecture, tea gowns, secondhand clothing, transnational identity, the coquette, nursing uniforms, and Harlem Renaissance photographs. Cultures of Femininity in Modern Fashion traces a unique and often surprising history of modernity and its entwinement with the gendered phenomenon of fashion. [less]

$35.00

Cy Makes a Friend

Subisak, Tracy

2017    32 pages    (Boyds Mills Press)

OCLC: 954670689    ISBN 13: 9781629795782    ISBN 10: 162979578X

Lexile:
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Cy is a Cyclops who knows how to make just about anythingexcept a friend. So Cy practices friend-making skills and then sets off. When beaming confidence, making eye contact, and winking don’t work, he comes up with another plan. Knowing that it’s nice to share, he builds a chariot for twofor himself and his friend-to-be. Sure enough, Cy’s chariot catches the eye of a phoenix, Sunny, who’s always longed to fly. She offers a set of wings, and Cy and his new friend take off together. Funny [...]

Cy is a Cyclops who knows how to make just about anythingexcept a friend. So Cy practices friend-making skills and then sets off. When beaming confidence, making eye contact, and winking don’t work, he comes up with another plan. Knowing that it’s nice to share, he builds a chariot for twofor himself and his friend-to-be. Sure enough, Cy’s chariot catches the eye of a phoenix, Sunny, who’s always longed to fly. She offers a set of wings, and Cy and his new friend take off together. Funny and satisfying, this is a tale that celebrates being yourself and following your dreams. [less]

$16.95
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Danger by the Sea

Lovell, Ronald

2017    208 pages    (Penman Productions)

OCLC: 992970377    LCCN: 2017938672    ISBN 13: 9780998896809    ISBN 10: 0998896802

As he is setting up a law practice in a small town Oregon, Lorenzo Madrid is faced with two vexing cases. In one, he must get a young politician out of a mental clinic where his unscrupulous stepmother had him committed so she can gain control of his family's timber company. In the other, an old flame of Lorenzo's good friend Tom Martindale asks for help in adopting an Ecuadorian orphan. The problem is, she has already taken him to the U.S. When she returns to that country, she is imprisoned. In [...]

As he is setting up a law practice in a small town Oregon, Lorenzo Madrid is faced with two vexing cases. In one, he must get a young politician out of a mental clinic where his unscrupulous stepmother had him committed so she can gain control of his family's timber company. In the other, an old flame of Lorenzo's good friend Tom Martindale asks for help in adopting an Ecuadorian orphan. The problem is, she has already taken him to the U.S. When she returns to that country, she is imprisoned. In the meantime, Lorenzo must fend off unknown assailants. Were they hired by the stepmother or are they members of a drug gang he helped shut down several years before? Reluctant at first to care for Tito, the orphan, Lorenzo grows to love the little boy. As in past Lovell mysteries, the Pacific Ocean brings the characters together in a dangerous showdown by the sea. [less]

$15.00

Day Hiking Oregon Coast: Beaches, Headlands, Coastal Trail

Henderson, Bonnie

2015    256 pages    (Mountaineers Books)

DDC: 796.5109795    LCC: GV199.42.O7 H47

OCLC: 907132500    LCCN: 2015007256    ISBN 13: 9781594859090    ISBN 10: 1594859094

Whether you hike one end of Oregon's coastline to the other, or just enjoy a few miles of its windswept beauty, this is the guide for you.The book features dozens of hikes to choose from for an easy family outing. However, it also is a comprehensive guide to a multiday trek of the ever-popular Oregon Coast Trail. This new edition includes: all new maps, new hikes-at-a-glance chart, all-new photos, including a color insert, GPS coordinates, coastal day hikes and beach walks for all skill levels, [...]

Whether you hike one end of Oregon's coastline to the other, or just enjoy a few miles of its windswept beauty, this is the guide for you.The book features dozens of hikes to choose from for an easy family outing. However, it also is a comprehensive guide to a multiday trek of the ever-popular Oregon Coast Trail. This new edition includes: all new maps, new hikes-at-a-glance chart, all-new photos, including a color insert, GPS coordinates, coastal day hikes and beach walks for all skill levels, details and advice for thru-hiking or section-hiking the 382-mile Oregon Coast Trail. [less]

$18.95

Death of Celilo Falls

Barber, Katrine

2005    272 pages    (University of Washington Press)

DDC: 979.5    LCC: E78.O6 B37

OCLC: 842286122    LCCN: 2005017103    ISBN 13: 9780295985466    ISBN 10: 0295985461

For thousands of years, Pacific Northwest Indians fished, bartered, socialized, and honored their ancestors at Celilo Falls, part of a nine-mile stretch of the Long Narrows on the Columbia River. Although the Indian community of Celilo Village survives to this day as Oregon's oldest continuously inhabited town, with the construction of The Dalles Dam in 1957, traditional uses of the river were catastrophically interrupted. Most non-Indians celebrated the new generation of hydroelectricity and [...]

For thousands of years, Pacific Northwest Indians fished, bartered, socialized, and honored their ancestors at Celilo Falls, part of a nine-mile stretch of the Long Narrows on the Columbia River. Although the Indian community of Celilo Village survives to this day as Oregon's oldest continuously inhabited town, with the construction of The Dalles Dam in 1957, traditional uses of the river were catastrophically interrupted. Most non-Indians celebrated the new generation of hydroelectricity and the easy navigability of the river "highway" created by the dam, but Indians lost a sustaining center to their lives when Celilo Falls was inundated. Death of Celilo Falls is a story of ordinary lives in extraordinary circumstances, as neighboring communities went through tremendous economic, environmental, and cultural change in a brief period. Katrine Barber examines the negotiations and controversies that took place during the planning and construction of the dam and the profound impact the project had on both the Indian community of Celilo Village and the non-Indian town of The Dalles, intertwined with local concerns that affected the entire American West: treaty rights, federal Indian policy, environmental transformation of rivers, and the idea of "progress." [less]

$24.95

Drake Equation, The

King, Bart

2017    320 pages    (Hyperion Books for Children)

LCC: PZ7.1.K585

OCLC: 960276634    ISBN 13: 9781484725542    ISBN 10: 1484725549

Noah Grow is a bird-watcher. If you're picturing some kid in a big floppy hat, peering up into trees through giant binoculars . . . well, good job. That's exactly what he does. Right now, Noah is on a quest to find a wood duck. According to his calculations, aka the Drake Equation, the odds are good-really good-for spotting one. That's why he gets off the bus at the wrong stop. And that's how he ends up running down a hill, crashing into a fence, and landing right next to a strange, glittery [...]

Noah Grow is a bird-watcher. If you're picturing some kid in a big floppy hat, peering up into trees through giant binoculars . . . well, good job. That's exactly what he does. Right now, Noah is on a quest to find a wood duck. According to his calculations, aka the Drake Equation, the odds are good-really good-for spotting one. That's why he gets off the bus at the wrong stop. And that's how he ends up running down a hill, crashing into a fence, and landing right next to a strange, glittery disc. Noah and his best friends, Jason and Jenny, soon discover that the mysterious disc is, well, mysterious. It gives Noah peculiar powers. As things go from odd to outrageous, Noah is swept up in a storm of intergalactic intrigue and middle-school mayhem. There's much more at stake than Noah realizes. [less]

$7.99
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Edge of Lost, The

McMorris, Kristina

2015    352 pages    (Kensington)

OCLC: 927586181    ISBN 13: 9780758281180    ISBN 10: 0758281188

From New York Times bestselling author Kristina McMorris comes an ambitious and heartrending story of immigrants, deception, and second chances.On a cold night in October 1937, searchlights cut through the darkness around Alcatraz. A prison guard's only daughter--one of the youngest civilians who lives on the island--has gone missing. Tending the warden's greenhouse, convicted bank robber Tommy Capello waits anxiously. Only he knows the truth about the little girl's whereabouts, and that both [...]

From New York Times bestselling author Kristina McMorris comes an ambitious and heartrending story of immigrants, deception, and second chances.On a cold night in October 1937, searchlights cut through the darkness around Alcatraz. A prison guard's only daughter--one of the youngest civilians who lives on the island--has gone missing. Tending the warden's greenhouse, convicted bank robber Tommy Capello waits anxiously. Only he knows the truth about the little girl's whereabouts, and that both of their lives depend on the search's outcome.Almost two decades earlier and thousands of miles away, a young boy named Shanley Keagan ekes out a living as an aspiring vaudevillian in Dublin pubs. Talented and shrewd, Shan dreams of shedding his dingy existence and finding his real father in America. The chance finally comes to cross the Atlantic, but when tragedy strikes, Shan must summon all his ingenuity to forge a new life in a volatile and foreign world.Skillfully weaving these two stories, Kristina McMorris delivers a compelling novel that moves from Ireland to New York to San Francisco Bay. As her finely crafted characters discover the true nature of loyalty, sacrifice, and betrayal, they are forced to confront the lies we tell--and believe--in order to survive. [less]

$15.00

Ellie's Log: Exploring the Forest Where the Great Tree Fell

Judith L. Li, M. L. Herring

2013    112 pages    (Oregon State University Press)

LCC: PZ7.L591174 Ell

OCLC: 828722019    LCCN: 2012043665    ISBN 13: 9780870716966    ISBN 10: 0870716964

After a huge tree crashes to the ground during a winter storm, ten-year-old Ellie and her new friend, Ricky, explore the forest where Ellie lives. Together, they learn how trees provide habitat for plants and animals high in the forest canopy, down among mossy old logs, and deep in the pools of a stream. The plants, insects, birds, and mammals they discover come to life in colored pen-and-ink drawings.An engaging blend of science and storytelling, Ellie’s Log also features:• Pages from Ellie [...]

After a huge tree crashes to the ground during a winter storm, ten-year-old Ellie and her new friend, Ricky, explore the forest where Ellie lives. Together, they learn how trees provide habitat for plants and animals high in the forest canopy, down among mossy old logs, and deep in the pools of a stream. The plants, insects, birds, and mammals they discover come to life in colored pen-and-ink drawings.An engaging blend of science and storytelling, Ellie’s Log also features:• Pages from Ellie’s own field notebook, which provide a model for recording observations in nature• Ellie’s advice to readers for keeping a field notebook• Ellie’s book recommendations Online resources for readers and teachers—including a Teacher’s Guide—are available at ellieslog.org. [less]

$17.95

Ernest Haycox and the Western

Etulain, Richard

2017    200 pages    (University of Oklahoma Press)

DDC: 813    LCC: PS3515.A9327 Z645

OCLC: 1008895421    LCCN: 2016054298    ISBN 13: 9780806157306    ISBN 10: 0806157305

Western fans today may not recognize the name Ernest Haycox (1899–1950), but they know his work. John Ford turned one of his stories into the iconic film Stagecoach, and the whole Western literary genre still follows conventions that Haycox deftly mastered and reshaped. In this new book about Haycox’s literary career, Richard W. Etulain tells the engrossing story of his rise through the ranks of popular magazine and serial fiction to become one of the Western’s most successful creators. [...]

Western fans today may not recognize the name Ernest Haycox (1899–1950), but they know his work. John Ford turned one of his stories into the iconic film Stagecoach, and the whole Western literary genre still follows conventions that Haycox deftly mastered and reshaped. In this new book about Haycox’s literary career, Richard W. Etulain tells the engrossing story of his rise through the ranks of popular magazine and serial fiction to become one of the Western’s most successful creators. After graduating from the University of Oregon in 1923 with a degree in journalism, Haycox began his quest to break into New York’s pulp magazine scene, submitting dozens of stories before he began to make a living from his writing. By the end of the 1920s he had become a top writer for Western Story, Short Stories, and Adventure, among other popular weeklies and monthlies.Ernest Haycox and the Western traces Haycox’s path from rank beginner, to crack pulp writer, to regular contributor to Collier’s and the Saturday Evening Post. Etulain shows how Haycox experimented with techniques to deepen and broaden his Westerns, creating more introspective protagonists (Hamlet heroes), introducing new types of heroines (the brunette vixen, the blonde Puritan), and weaving greater historical realism into his plots. After reaching the height of success with his best-selling Custer novel, Bugles in the Afternoon (1944), Haycox moved away from the financially rewarding but artistically constricting Western formula—only to achieve his final coup with The Earthbreakers, a historical novel about the end of the Oregon Trail, published posthumously in 1952. Reconstructing the career of a popular literary giant, Ernest Haycox and the Western restores Haycox to his rightful place in the history of Western literature.   [less]

$29.95

Executive Privilege

Margolin, Phillip

2009    480 pages    (HarperCollins Publishers)

DDC: 813.54    LCC: PS3563.A649

OCLC: 181602388    ISBN 13: 9780061236228    ISBN 10: 0061236225

When private detective Dana Cutler is hired to follow college student Charlotte Walsh, she never imagines the trail will lead to the White House. But the morning after Walsh's clandestine meeting with Christopher Farrington, President of the United States, the pretty young coed is dead—the latest victim, apparently, of a fiend dubbed "the D.C. Ripper." A junior associate in an Oregon law firm, Brad Miller is stunned by the death row revelations of convicted serial killer Clarence Little. [...]

When private detective Dana Cutler is hired to follow college student Charlotte Walsh, she never imagines the trail will lead to the White House. But the morning after Walsh's clandestine meeting with Christopher Farrington, President of the United States, the pretty young coed is dead—the latest victim, apparently, of a fiend dubbed "the D.C. Ripper." A junior associate in an Oregon law firm, Brad Miller is stunned by the death row revelations of convicted serial killer Clarence Little. Though Little accepts responsibility for a string of gruesome murders, he swears he was framed for one of them: the death of a teenaged babysitter who worked for then-governor Farrington. Suddenly nowhere in America is safe for a small-time private eye and a fledgling lawyer who possess terrifying evidence that suggests the unthinkable: that someone at the very highest level of government, perhaps the president himself, is a cold and brutal killer. [less]

$9.99

Exodus Tales

Deeth, Sheila

2018    (InkFilled Stories)

ISBN 13: 9781949600094    ISBN 10: 1949600092

Meet real people from the book of Exodus. Follow Moses into exile and back. Then join the children of slaves as they cross desert and sea, guided by fire and smoke... and by their real God

Meet real people from the book of Exodus. Follow Moses into exile and back. Then join the children of slaves as they cross desert and sea, guided by fire and smoke... and by their real God [less]

$14.95
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Facebook Killer, The

Weston, Don

2015    278 pages    (Don Weston Author of the Billie Bly Series)

OCLC: 963869443    ISBN 13: 9780996864701    ISBN 10: 0996864709

Portland P.I. Billie Bly doesn't want a Facebook Page. She has no tolerance for clients who expose every movement of their day on social networks. Her assistant, Angel, convinces her she needs it as a new marketing tool, since Billie's been turning away business because of a recent depression over her brother's death.Billie's first Facebook client asks her to track down burglars who robbed her home when she posted about her vacation in Paris. While hunting two burglars who use Facebook to find [...]

Portland P.I. Billie Bly doesn't want a Facebook Page. She has no tolerance for clients who expose every movement of their day on social networks. Her assistant, Angel, convinces her she needs it as a new marketing tool, since Billie's been turning away business because of a recent depression over her brother's death.Billie's first Facebook client asks her to track down burglars who robbed her home when she posted about her vacation in Paris. While hunting two burglars who use Facebook to find unattended homes, Billie stumbles upon a serial killer she suspects may also using Facebook to troll for victims. Billie's cop boyfriend won't take her seriously, the damn killer known as Trixie on Facebook, has friended her, and two women are kidnapped right under her nose. Now she has hours to put together the few clues her misfit team of operatives has developed and find Trixie's victims before they are tortured and killed. [less]

$15.00

Farewell Navigator: Stories

Zumas, Leni

2008    224 pages    (Grove Press, Open City Books)

DDC: 813.6    LCC: PS3626.U43

OCLC: 182737866    LCCN: 2008005955    ISBN 13: 9781890447496    ISBN 10: 1890447498

In this dazzling premier collection, Leni Zumas shines a bright light into the far corners of a dark, dreamlike America populated by a cast of characters on the brink of survival. With the Gothic style of Flannery O’Connor, the urgent lyricism of Jayne Anne Phillips, and the quirky humor of Sam Lipsyte and George Saunders, Zumas blends a lyrical, poetic voice with remarkably original storytelling. A teenage boy finds his blind mother making a pass at his new best friend; a lonely woman works [...]

In this dazzling premier collection, Leni Zumas shines a bright light into the far corners of a dark, dreamlike America populated by a cast of characters on the brink of survival. With the Gothic style of Flannery O’Connor, the urgent lyricism of Jayne Anne Phillips, and the quirky humor of Sam Lipsyte and George Saunders, Zumas blends a lyrical, poetic voice with remarkably original storytelling. A teenage boy finds his blind mother making a pass at his new best friend; a lonely woman works in a pillow factory by day and at night tends to a menagerie of sick animals; an aspiring witch is disillusioned by her spiritual shortcomings; a girl from a town so small it doesn’t exist on any map runs away with a rock band. The odds stacked against them, these lovingly rendered outsiders find redemption in the unlikeliest of circumstances. Zumas so skillfully intertwines the utterly fantastic with the absolutely believable that the reader has no choice but to follow in fascination and wonder. Even the most surreal moments take on a surprising familiarity, and the bleakest moments are imbued with unexpected hope. To become engrossed in Zumas’s world is a strange and beautiful delight. [less]

$14.00

Fealder's Choice

Peter Swan

2016    358 pages    (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform)

ISBN 13: 9781533582638    ISBN 10: 1533582637

After midnight, a professor's body is found at the base of a tall campus building. As homicide detective "Park" Fealder and his rookie partner, Tamara Berbieri examine the facts, it looks less like a suicide and more like someone "helped" the professor fall from the locked-off balcony many stories above. The dead man, a scholar and researcher, had made enemies on and off campus, but which of them visited him on that fateful evening? In this story of greed and deception, Park and Tami must look [...]

After midnight, a professor's body is found at the base of a tall campus building. As homicide detective "Park" Fealder and his rookie partner, Tamara Berbieri examine the facts, it looks less like a suicide and more like someone "helped" the professor fall from the locked-off balcony many stories above. The dead man, a scholar and researcher, had made enemies on and off campus, but which of them visited him on that fateful evening? In this story of greed and deception, Park and Tami must look past false leads and inter-twined lives to draw out and capture a clever and ruthless killer. [less]

$16.00

Feeney: Hawaii Is a Rainbow (Kolowalu Books)

Feeney, Stephanie

1980    64 pages    (University of Hawaii Press)

DDC: 996.900222    LCC: DU623.25

OCLC: 12561859    LCCN: 85050569    ISBN 13: 9780824810078    ISBN 10: 0824810074

Lexile:
NP

Explores the natural wonders, people, and customs of Hawaii, in photographs grouped by color. A section in the back of the book provides additional information.

Explores the natural wonders, people, and customs of Hawaii, in photographs grouped by color. A section in the back of the book provides additional information. [less]

$15.99
 
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