Smokey the Gentle Guardian

Author: Jan Price Ward
Publisher: Tate Publishing
ISBN: 9781616635220
Release Date: 2010-09
Genre: Juvenile Fiction

The streets of Bethlehem were full of merchants, travelers returning for a census, and a gentle horse named Smokey. As he tries to protect his family, he finds himself tired and kicked out of his stall. In his time of frustration, what will Smokey learn about sacrifice? This is an eLIVE book, meaning each printed copy contains a special code redeemable for the free download of the audio version of the book. Smokey the Gentile Guardian is the heartwarming tale of a horse who found himself outside a manger on the most special of nights. Smokey's gift will inspire kids of all ages.

Smokey Bandit

Author: Liberty Parker
Publisher: Liberty Parker
ISBN: 9781386798705
Release Date: 2018-05-05
Genre: Fiction

Hannah Nelson has been running for a long, long time. Getting out of the dysfunctional household she was raised in, she knows if she doesn't get out of the small-town she was living in, she'll always be branded with the same brush her parents and siblings are...white trash, no-account, good-for-nothing pieces of filth. But Hannah has dreams of being an artist. Whatever she touches, she makes beautiful. Determined to make a new life for herself, she takes her kitten, Duckie, packs up her four-door SUV and leaves. When she arrives in Corinth, low on money and out of options, she takes to parking in the back lot of the RGMC Truck Stop. It's close to the interstate and she has hopes of getting a job, maybe in town somewhere. Harley "Smokey" Richards and Davidson "Bandit" Richards are twin brothers who are bound by blood, and their oath, to the Rebel Guardians MC. Smokey is a Texas Ranger for the state's national park in the next town while Bandit handles the IT work for the RGMC as well as on a contract basis for several local firms. They grew up with two dads and one mom so that lifestyle has always appealed to them, but they've never found the right woman to claim as theirs. When Hannah winds up in Corinth, she draws the attention of the two men in an unexpected way. Can they break through her fear of the past? Will she allow herself to love both of them? **This is an M/F/M and may be unsuitable for readers under 18**

Claws Confessions of a Professional Cat Groomer

Author: Anita Kelsey
Publisher: John Blake Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 9781786068422
Release Date: 2017-09-14
Genre: Nature

Throughout her years visiting people's homes as a cat groomer, Anita Kelsey has amassed a vast array of funny, cute and ridiculous stories about cats and, of course, their owners. In Claws, she picks out just a few of her favourite tales to share with the reader from, 'Sammy the Swooner' to 'Tubbs: The Fat Cat Caught in His Flap'. Claws is a must-have book for all cat lovers by an author drawing on a lifetime of living with and professionally caring for cats in their various guises and eccentricities. In the pages of Anita Kelsey's entertaining and heart-warming book, you'll meet twenty of the most characterful cats, all eventually calmed and preened to their natural beauty and animal magnificence by the author. Meet their owners, too, and enjoy Anita's take on the individual relationships between pet and owner.

Guardian of the forest

Author: Ellen Earnhardt Morrison
Publisher: Morielle Pr
ISBN: WISC:89057163172
Release Date: 1995-09
Genre: Nature

GUARDIAN OF THE FOREST is the only officially accepted, definitive history of the U.S. Forest Service's Cooperative Forest Fire Prevention Program. First published in 1976, it was updated & republished in the 1989 Second Edition, at the request of the U.S. Forest Service, & is widely recognized as a valuable reference book about the CFFP Program & its advertising symbol, Smokey Bear. The new revised, updated & enlarged Third Edition carries the history beyond the 1994 celebration of Smokey Bear's 50th birthday. Profusely illustrated, the book tells of people who have worked with the Program, adoption of the Smokey Bear symbol, introduction of the live bear, laws & regulations governing the Program, the 50th birthday celebration, & the reasons for Smokey Bear's continued popularity for over half a century. The new edition contains many pages of additional text & illustrations. An Index has been included, by popular request. Order from Morielle Press, P.O. Box 10612, Alexandria, VA 22310-0612. (Tel. 703-960-2638).

The Guardians

Author: Richard Williams
Publisher: Author House
ISBN: 9781456747190
Release Date: 2011-03-25
Genre: Fiction

Storm over Whitworth is a romantic mystery where DJ and Maggie think they have finally found rest. DJ warns Maggie that a storm is coming, one that is going to shake their lives as nothing ever has before. This storm will touch not only the lives of Bill and Paula but will also affect everyone in the town and the school as well. This will be their greatest test, one which may very well cost them their greatest price.

The Bear Hunter s Century

Author: Paul Schullery
Publisher: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 9780811702096
Release Date: 1988
Genre: Sports & Recreation

The years from 1820 to 1920 saw the sport of bear hunting at its greatest flowering. Much of the country was still wild enough to support large numbers of both black and grizzly bears, who in turn supported a remarkable assortment of bear hunters. Some, like David Crockett and Theodore Roosevelt, became internationally famous. Others, like Wilburn Waters and Holt Collier, are almost completely forgotten, though their exploits were just as extraordinary. The Bear Hunter's Century brings to life the hard, thrilling lives, of these men. Not just a book of adventures, this a fascinating social history told with wit and style, a penetrating examination of the often inaccurate lore of bear hunting, and a celebration of the amazing skills developed by the best bear hunters.

The Great Bear Almanac

Author: Gary Brown
Publisher: Lyons Press
ISBN: STANFORD:36105020370412
Release Date: 1993
Genre: Nature

Provides detailed information on the evolution, physiology, and behavior of bears, discusses human contacts with bears, bears in religion, folklore, and related matters, and provides data on conservation treaties, organizations interested in bears, and ot

Environmental Leadership

Author: Joyce K. Berry
Publisher:
ISBN: UOM:39015040647433
Release Date: 1993
Genre: Business & Economics

"The need for environmental leadership - the ability to cause and guide positive change toward a better future - has never been greater. While some may claim that leaders are born, not made, this book shows that leadership can be learned, and that overt leadership preparation should be made an integral part of professional education and experience." "Environmental Leadership captures an approach to teaching leadership skills that has been used successfully at the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies - one of the nation's leading environmental studies programs. It contains a series of personal accounts by a diverse array of successful environmental leaders who discuss their path to leadership, the skills they found useful, and their view of the characteristics and contexts that are important to environmental leadership." "By presenting the personal stories of numerous leaders and encouraging them to describe their experiences, the editors demonstrate what they consider to be the soul of environmental leadership - the incredible breadth of both the responses and challenges that environmental leaders face. Environmental Leadership is an important resource for all environmental professionals who seek better stewardship of our environment and natural resources."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved