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Big Foot By Doriean Harris
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Big Foot is a delightful children's mystery, full of intriguing illustrations by Rebecca Olson. What is Big Foot? Is it a dog? ...a coyote? ...a monkey? Read it together and play the guessing game.... More > Your children age 3 to 8 will love it.< Less
The Dark Big Foot By Bobby Wheeler
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A first grader's imaginative story about a sasquatch, named Dark Big Foot. Written and illustrated by 6-year-old Bobby Wheeler - the son of author Bonnie Erina Wheeler, brother to author Miranda... More > Wheeler, and grandson of author Glen William Ruane Sr.< Less
Big Foot Wallace Ranger and Hunter By John Duval
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This is the story of William Big Foot Wallace. He was one of the most colorful of all of the Texas Rangers. He fought in the Txas Revolution and the Mexican War.
Big Foot Wallace Ranger and Hunter By John Duval
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This is the story of William Big Foot Wallace. He was one of the most colorful of all of the Texas Rangers. He fought in the Txas Revolution and the Mexican War.
Amos Moses: The Legend of Big Foot By Robert F. (Bob) Turpin
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Amos Moses, Legend of Big Foot, is a western fiction novel for both young and old readers. The action is fast and never-ending as two young cousins struggle toward manhood on the turbulent, sometimes... More > cruel Texas frontier of the 1870s. The youngsters experience many exciting adventures, problems good and bad, and daring encounters – some that are unpleasant and unforgettable, others that are enjoyable. Amos Moses has all the ingredients for the development of character and self-esteem. It shows responsibility and portrays tolerance, love, sharing, caring and family values.< Less
Amos Moses: The Legend of Big Foot By Robert F. (Bob) Turpin
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Amos Moses, The Legend of Big Foot, is a western fiction novel for both young and old readers. The action is fast and never-ending as two young cousins struggle toward manhood on the turbulent,... More > sometimes cruel Texas frontier of the 1870s. The youngsters experience many exciting adventures, problems good and bad, and daring encounters – some that are unpleasant and unforgettable, others that are enjoyable. Amos Moses has all the ingredients for the development of character and self-esteem. It shows responsibility and portrays tolerance, love, sharing, caring, and family values.< Less
Big Foot Adventures Down Under By Maggie Meyer
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Out of the dawn of Man they came; the huge, hairy, monstrous ape-men of the aboriginal myth and legend. They haunted the more remote, mountainous forest recesses of the Australian continent, as well... More > as the inhospitable open country of the vast interior. . . They are 'megastralian' monster-men of both myth and reality who come from a time, lost so far back in the mists of the past that their origins can at present only be guessed at. Yet they lived - for they have left evidence of their former presence, in the folklore of our aborigines, as well as in their massive stone implements scattered across the country, and in the often monstrous foot prints they left to fossilize into rock as they journeyed across the landscape of this timeless land.< Less
Big Foot Needs Big Shoes and Other Stories By Josette Weiss
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Short story collection for all ages. Sories include Bigfoot trying to locate a pair of shoes so he could go to school, a birthday gift to a young girl, a bully discovers friendship, and a pledge to... More > watch over future generations.< Less
At the Foot of a Mountain By Kevin J. McDaniel
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For his second collection, At the Foot of a Mountain, Kevin J. McDaniel's speakers wrestle with what feel like traumatic moments, moments (big or small) in a person’s life when he or she... More > believes an “entire mountainside” will come crashing down, as the speaker laments in the chapbook’s title poem, “At the Foot of a Mountain.” Nevertheless, by the end, readers are encouraged by the speaker’s hope in a rebirth: “but I know spring/will come again on wings/of a gentler breeze that uplifts/saplings rooted sideways/in moonmilk underground.”< Less
Big Noise At the Funky Foot Jass Club By Eric Michael Moberg
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Many may have taken this or that credit, like Jelly Roll Morton, but he didn’t really invent jazz music. He may have been the first to write it down and sell it to publishing companies, but he... More > was still in diapers when the wondrous boy brought blues, rag, and gospel together in one, sprinkled some military march attitude on it and set it all to African drum beats—Jass. That’s what they called it once they started calling it anything; for a long time, it was just “dance music.” The dancers called it “hot” when it was up-tempo or “sweet” when it was slow and sultry. Some of the piano players continued to call it ragtime until the day they died. Eventually, America—and the world—would call it “jazz.” It would later branch off into swing, rhythm and blues, rock and roll, disco, funk, soul, grunge, and even hip hop. But if you listen closely to anything that came after jass, you can hear Honey Boy Golden—the one who started it all.< Less

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