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The Island By Caleb Bedford
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Ricky has got plenty of money, but he soon forgets about it when he finds himself forced to fight to the death on a series of islands. Also includes the short stories "Kidnapped" and... More > "The Woods".< Less
The End of Wood By Michael Spender
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This story is a continuation of three previous tales of the neolithic clan that originated in the Land of Round Temples (Anatolia). In the story the very survival of the clan is threatened by the... More > diminishing supply of wood on the island on which they live. They are forced to migrate, just as their ancestors did 2000 years earlier.< Less
Charred Wood By Francis Clement, Bp. Kelley
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Francis Clement Kelley (October 23, 1870 – February 1,... More > 1948) was the second Roman Catholic Bishop of Oklahoma City. He was a Catholic priest for 54 years, and bishop for 23 years.Francis Clement Kelley was born in Vernon River, Prince Edward Island, Canada. His early education and seminary training were in Canada and Belgium, and he was ordained a priest for the diocese of Detroit, Michigan, in 1893. In 1905, he founded the Catholic Church Extension Society of the United States and was elected its first president. The Extension Society continues to promote the mission of the Catholic Church in rural and mission areas of the United States. Kelley also founded and edited the quarterly Extension Magazine, which had more than 3 million subscribers during his administration. Excerpt from:< Less
Brogan's Island By David Gehrke
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When Sammy Jo Kendrick slips beneath the waves of Lake of the Woods, all hell breaks lose 500 miles away in Minneapolis. Sammy Jo isn't the first young woman to vanish into the vast lake, and if her... More > case isn't solved, she won't be the last. The Kendrick mystery threatens to drag down Sergeant Will Danaher, the lead detective on the case. Despite his efforts, he has no suspect, no leads and no body. And the press and the politicians are putting Danaher at the top of the scapegoat list. In the meantime, there's a real serial killer out there and he's already stalking his next victim. And it’s someone close to Danaher.< Less
Havelock Island By Alay Mehta
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Havelock Island in the South Andaman cluster is one of the lesser known gems of the Indian Ocean. It has been fully explored and aided by 12 colour maps, the first ever comprehensive coverage of the... More > isle. Also included are a reef guide, ornithological handbook, and a survey of surrounding dive sites. Treetop is a new and experimental series drawn from real travel experiences, by contributors writing with the most localised destinations in mind. The books – of which this is the first – are designed to serve as intrepid and knowing companions to those venturing into and beyond the regular tourist circuit. Treat them as the ghosts of travellers past – your very own sherpa, chaperon and guide. You would do well to think of this book as a travelogue, filled with precisely the sort of uncommon but helpful observations that make a holiday all the more memorable. Because, sometimes, the most beautiful neck in the woods is a couple hundred yards away from where everyone else thinks it is.< Less
Wolverine Island By Nathanael Reed
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An accident has dramatically altered twelve-year-old Caleb Rupert's dad's personality and torn his family apart. A neurosurgeon, however, believes that surgery might restore his dad to his former... More > self. Caleb must be removed from the scene for a few weeks and is sent to stay with Uncle Charlie, a hermit who lives on an island, deep in the woods of northern Canada. Caleb barely arrives at his new home when he is met by three young people living nearby - tough-talking brothers, Pete and Ike, and Catfish, a no-nonsense girl with an incredibly sharp tongue. Caleb also discovers the fact that Uncle Charlie has been keeping a number of wolverines captive on the island. Caleb's attitude toward these forbidding creatures changes when late one night he manages to rescue a wolverine mother and her baby from a deadly animal trap set out by his uncle. When Uncle Charlie decides to rid the island of the wolverines, Caleb knows he must act immediately if he is to save them.< Less
A Year In Weetamoo Woods By Christopher Yokel
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A Year in Weetamoo Woods, the seventh poetry collection from Christopher Yokel, is a meditation on a sense of place, and a journey through the beauties of nature and the universal longings of the... More > human heart. Written between Fall 2011 and Summer 2012 at the Weetamoo Woods nature preserve in Tiverton, Rhode Island, Yokel has crafted a collection that blends free verse and haiku with a lyric style and attention to the details of the forest landscape, capturing a wandering, faithful spirit throughout the changing seasons.< Less
Gascoyne, the Sandal-Wood Trader By R. M. (Robert Michael) Ballantyne
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Robert Michael Ballantyne (24 April 1825 – 8 February... More > 1894) was a Scottish author of juvenile fiction who wrote more than 100 books. He was also an accomplished artist, and exhibited some of his water-colours at the Royal Scottish Academy.Ballantyne was born in Edinburgh on 24 April 1825, the ninth of ten children and the youngest son, to Alexander Thomson Ballantyne (1776–1847) and his wife Anne (1786–1855). Alexander was a newspaper editor and printer in the family firm of "Ballantyne & Co" based at Paul's Works on the Canongate, and Robert's uncle James Ballantyne (1772–1833) was the printer for Scottish author Sir Walter Scott. In 1832-33 the family is known to have been living at 20 Fettes Row, in the northern New Town of Edinburgh. Excerpt from:< Less
Monhegan Island Sculpture By Theodore Tihansky
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Experiments in wood sculpture.
Island water take By Jack Sutherland
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A world or wonder with a good place can they help the island? Jest another book by Jack Sutherland the wood museum author 2013.

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