GQ GQ. Where are You?
By Sharon I. Ritt
Follow GQ, a curious Gambels quail as he leaves home to look for playmates and explore the Sonoran Desert of southern Arizona. GQ sees many interesting plants and animals on his journey, but soon decides the best place to be is home. A CD accompanies the book which features the author's narration of the story and a sing-along version as well. An illustrated non-fiction section details plants and animals that appear in the story. Activity ideas for home and school are also included.
Nanisť, A Navajo Herbal:
By Vernon O. Mayes and Barbara Bayless Lacy
Nanisť, A Navajo Herbal, co-authored by Vernon O. Mayes and Barbara Bayless Lacy, details 100 plants that are found on the Navajo Reservation, providing the reader with the Navajo name for each plant as well as ways the Navajos used them in everyday life, whether for ceremonial, medicinal or household purposes - complete with illustrations. The 100 plants are some of the most common Reservation flora of over 1,500 species of wild, vascular plants, including ferns, horsetails, conifers and flowering species and were selected by the Navajo Health Authority, Ethnobotany Project staff and approved by the Navajo Medicine Men's Association.
Arizona Color Me Wacky!
By Michael Hagelberg, story by Lynda Exley & Conrad Storad
Born out of the wildly successful Arizona Way Out West & Wacky, Arizona Color Me Wacky! features 32 pages of coloring fun. The accompanying text teaches children about the Grand Canyon State's unique animals, plants and insects. The delightful, yet scientifically correct illustrations were created by award-winning illustrator Michael Hagelberg.
Arizona Way Out West & Witty
By Conrad J. Storad & Lynda Exley
In addition to true, but gross, humorous, interesting and wacky stories and facts, Arizona Way Out West & Wacky makes reading about Arizona's history fun through word searches, crossword puzzles, recipes, crafts and many other amusing activities.
While Arizona Way Out West & Wacky solicits children to write and color on its pages, Witty: Library Edition, has reconfigured activities and word games with no coloring pages, and it?s formatted as a chapter book. It's ideal for libraries and schools, because its readers are entertained and educated, but not tempted to mark up the copy. Plus, it comes with a curriculum guide in the back of the book!
Arizona Way Out West & Wacky
By Conrad J. Storad and Lynda Exley
In addition to true, but gross, humorous, interesting and wacky stories and facts, Arizona Way Out West & Wacky makes reading about Arizona's history fun through word searches, crossword puzzles, coloring pages, recipes, crafts and many other amusing activities. Finally, a history book kids will want to read!
By Conrad J. Storad
Conrad demystifies the world of rattlesnakes and introduces children to such topics as who, when, and what rattlesnakes eat. He shows readers why rattlesnakes have rattles and what it means if you hear one. You will learn how the snakes? forked tongues help them survive. The delightful and colorful illustrations of Nathaniel P. Jensen help bring the story alive.
GUNSMOKE: An American Institution, Paperback Edition
By Ben Costello
After two successful print runs in hardcover and a CD, Ben Costello's Gunsmoke: An American Institution is finally available in a softbound format.
The impressive book is chock full of hundreds of photos, bios and background stories of Miss Kitty, Marshal Matt Dillon, Doc Adams and all the Gunsmoke television show characters. For 20 years, Gunsmoke ruled the airwaves, and now western and television history buffs can relive the show's 635 episodes and millions of memories for less.
Perfectly Amanda, Gunsmoke's Miss Kitty
By Beckey Burgoyne
Perfectly Amanda, Gunsmoke's Miss Kitty: To Dodge and Beyond provides a chronological look into Amanda Blake's life both on- and off-screen. As a fan of Gunsmoke's Miss Kitty, author Beckey Burgoyne was more than happy to take on the task of writing Blake's biography. However, this is more than just a typical biography. It?s a tale of strength, courage and compassion. It's the story of a legendary character that sparked a generation of women to challenge conventional views on the traditional roles they were expected to play in society. Blake's positive influence on young women can still be felt today.
Riding the Hollywood Trail
By Charlie LeSueur
For more than 50 years, ?B? Westerns packed neighborhood theaters. Through extensive research and interviews with actors and their families, film historian Charlie LeSueur paints an all-encompassing portrait of this Western movie era with Riding the Hollywood Trail: Tales of the Silver Screen Cowboys. LeSueur brings Westerns and their cowboy stars to life!
I Just Am
By Bryan Lambke and Tom Lambke
Bryan Lambke was born in 1981 with Down syndrome, a disability that affects children in one of every 800-1,000 births. Bryan, with the help of his father Tom, has just authored I Just Am, a book that is both charming and disarming, one that offers an insight into his world.
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