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A Tribute to Mount St. Helens By Dee Dee Rivera
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This story follows 2 different visitors to the mountain just days before the infamous eruption occurs. Bandit is going to the mountain with 3 of her friends, Reginald, Snowshoe and Wolfie, and have... More > trouble finding some lodgings. The first place they try, the lodge run by Harry Truman who became an icon with Mount St. Helens' awakening, did not work. But they find salvation elsewhere at another lodge that was ran by 17-year old Candi and her family. Candi is also a great admirer of geologist David Johnston, and becomes something of his "groupette".< Less
Frog Visits Mount St. Helens By Joshua T. Smith
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This is the story of Frog visiting Mount St. Helens with his class. They learn about Volcanoes. They get to learn about the Mount St. Helens visitors center.
Frog Visits Mount St. Helens By Joshua T. Smith
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This is the story of Frog visiting Mount St. Helens with his class. They learn about Volcanoes. They get to learn about the Mount St. Helens visitors center.
The Mountain is Exploding By Dee Dee Rivera
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This is the story of a young female Chakawati lemur, a lemur of the future, that inhabits the area around Mount St. Helens in Washington State. This story takes place 200 years after the mountain's... More > infamous eruption in 1980. A female Chakawati lemur is expecting a baby and finds a cavern on the side of a hill. Here is where the cub is brought up for the first few months of it's life, and then the volcano erupts. After that, he is taken to a rehab center and meets a female cub. This is an exciting story based on an event that scientists truly believe will happen again.< Less
The Time Machine By Dee Dee Rivera
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Based on an old legend, Everett is an inventor and he has created his own time machine. Stella and Vinnie unwittingly become his "guinea pigs" and go back to the time before the eruption of... More > Mount St. Helens. While they are there, they make friends with an Indian princess who was cursed to be a part of the mountain until a spirit is sacrificed to free her of her imprisonment. Find out what happens and if the princess is freed in time before becoming a part of the mountain forever.< Less
The Guardians of the Columbia By John H. Williams
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CONTENTS: I. THE RIVER : Dawn at Cloud Cap Inn The geological dawn Cascade-Sierra uptilt Rise of the snow-peaks An age of vulcanism Origin of the great Columbia gorge Dawn in Indian legend The... More > "Bridge of the Gods" Victory of Young Chinook Dawn of modern history The pioneers and the state builders. II. THE MOUNTAINS : Portland's snowy sentinels Ruskin on the mountains Cascades vs. Alps Mount Hood and its retreating glaciers The Mazamas A shattered crater Mount Adams Lava and ice caves Mount St. Helens The struggle of the forest on the lava beds Adventures of the climbers The Mazamas in peril An heroic rescue. III. THE FORESTS, by HAROLD DOUGLAS LANGILLE : Outposts at timber line The alpine parks Zone of the great trees Douglas fir From snow-line to ocean beach Conservation and reforestation.< Less
Walcott's Omeros: Revitalization of Wounded Caribbeans By Rahman Mostafiz
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Helen is the embodiment of St. Lucia. So, money-mattering shifts in her attitudes show significant changes in the island mounted by the influence of colonizing economy, which, I must say, is a wound... More > trope in Omeros that Walcott presents for recovery. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Having heard the language of dead ancestors from the ants, Ma Kilman conjures over her past memories how her grandmother was cured; and she decides to implement that hyper-metaphysical system of healing wounds, which symbolically shows the retrieval of St. Lucia’s lost culture. It is, I have to say, Walcott’s prime exploration in Omeros, and is my project goal as well.< Less
Mother Earth and Other Pretty Girls By Billy Plant
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A war veteran suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder attempts to heal his emotional wounds by fleeing to the woods around his grandparent’s abandoned farm, only to encounter a mysterious... More > young woman. An alcoholic examines his reasons for drinking on a day hike to a unique waterfall. An arrowhead taken from a cave makes for some strange evenings for a young carpenter and his girlfriend. Ranging from Tennessee tobacco fields to Mount St. Helens, dusty construction sites to fluorescently lit cubicles in city skyscrapers with plenty of pit stops at bars in between, Mother Earth & Other Pretty Girls takes the reader on a journey that is like being on a roadtrip with Thoreau and Kerouac as your travelling companions. Interwoven with the debauchery, heartache, and descriptions of Earth in all its seasons and glory, Plant offers an eco-gonzo approach to finding personal renewal in both Nature and the smile of a pretty girl. Richly illustrated with photographs by the author.< Less
Mother Earth and Other Pretty Girls By Billy Plant
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A war veteran suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder attempts to heal his emotional wounds by fleeing to the woods around his grandparent’s abandoned farm, only to encounter a mysterious... More > young woman. An alcoholic examines his reasons for drinking on a day hike to a unique waterfall. An arrowhead taken from a cave makes for some strange evenings for a young carpenter and his girlfriend. Ranging from Tennessee tobacco fields to Mount St. Helens, dusty construction sites to fluorescently lit cubicles in city skyscrapers with plenty of pit stops at bars in between, Mother Earth & Other Pretty Girls takes the reader on a journey that is like being on a roadtrip with Thoreau and Kerouac as your travelling companions. Interwoven with the debauchery, heartache, and descriptions of Earth in all its seasons and glory, Plant offers an eco-gonzo approach to finding personal renewal in both Nature and the smile of a pretty girl. Richly illustrated with photographs by the author.< Less