Spit Baths

Author: Greg Downs
Publisher: University of Georgia Press
ISBN: 0820342181
Size: 31.76 MB
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Spit Baths. A collection of stories follows Embee, Rudy, Peg, and similar young folks who live off the map in the South and Midwest, tying their identities to place above all else as the world becomes increasingly detached.

Desert Baths

Author: Darcy Pattison
Publisher: Sylvan Dell Publishing
ISBN: 1607185253
Size: 80.53 MB
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Desert Baths. A story about twelve animals and how they stay clean in a dry parched environment, including a bobcat, a quail, and a roadrunner.

Wolf Tracker

Author: Maddy Barone
Publisher: Liquid Silver Books
ISBN: 1595788956
Size: 22.63 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Wolf Tracker. The wild west meets 2064! On the run from a band of ruthless men, Tami must elude the tracker they send to find and bring her back. But as the chase continues, determination turns into admiration ... and something more! Strong, independent Tami was a survivalist and mountain guide in 2014 when she was flung forward fifty years into a post-apocalyptic future where women are worth their weight in gold. She is taken by four men to be their wife, but when she escapes from them they hire the Tracker, a deadly loner from the Clan with a reputation for being able to track anything, to bring her back. But Tami knows how to ride and how to hide, and she leads him on a chase that rouses his admiration. Behind Tracker’s stone-cold face is a man who yearns for a wife of his own. When he catches up with Tami and learns that she is not a willing wife, he knows he can’t give her up.

Babies Celebrated

Author: Béatrice Fontanel
Publisher: Harry N Abrams Incorporated
Size: 40.25 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Babies Celebrated. Reveals how infants are cared for and live in a wide variety of places and cultures, including New Guinea, India, Tibet, and Africa

The Golden Olden Days

Author: Lura Spears Zerick
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 140330789X
Size: 27.54 MB
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The Golden Olden Days. It is 1875, the last year the Sioux will spend as a free people. Pressure from settlers, gold seekers and the Army will soon bring a crisis to the Plains Indian's way of life. Added to this volatile mix are gunrunners. They provide the horse Indians with a weapon in many ways superior to what the Army has, increasing their ability and desire to make war. Colonel Bruster, commandant of Fort McPherson in Dakota Territory, calls his old friend, Tap Duncan--sometimes lawman, sometimes Army scout--into this mix. Bruster hopes Tap might be able to stop the gunrunning and remove one element of heat from the powder keg he feels the territory sits upon. Tap arrives at McPherson but finds his job complicated by Buffalo Lance, a Sioux who feels he has good reason to kill Tap, Bruster's daughter, Matty, a love from earlier times, her suitor, Captain Hawthorne, who likes Tap about as much as Buffalo Lance does, and the gunrunners themselves. Tap will be busy just keeping alive.