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Marvin's Mysteries By Richard Mulligan
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What a pickle! Marvin is a small pet who falls from the family car, bumps his head, and forgets everything but his name. He can't even remember what kind of animal he is, and the wild animals he... More > encounters are no help, as he "doesn't seem to be from around here". His identity, and how to get back home, are mysteries. While trying to survive in the wild, Marvin joins with a rabbit who is on a journey to solve a mystery of his own, this one about a traumatic incident from his past. The two then gain an unforgettable companion, a feisty, wisecracking raccoon, whose bravery and humor make up for her rudeness. The trio face many dangers and adventures along the way, but none of those prepare them for what they find at their destination. There, the rabbit finds some answers, but Marvin has to face the biggest and most dangerous challenge of his life...one that may lead him to some answers of his own...or not! This book is most appropriate for children between 8 and 11 years old.< Less
Koala and Kangaroo Go To Arizona By AKINDELE KITWANA
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Verjen Quill Koala and Big Hoof Kangaroo, the animal world's foremost archeology team, are headed to Arizona for yet another extraordinary dig. This time, lost ancient Native American artifacts are... More > their focus. But it's never as easy as hopping on a plane, conducting a simple dig and returning home to Queensland—not even close. Before this adventure is done, they will need the help of old friends (Hip Beaver and the distinguished German Shepherd) and encounter some new ones—from a team of baboons and a far too clever, off-road cab driver named Taz to a wily airport gate attendant. The infamous rhino and raccoon party is up to it's old tricks. An ex-friend of Mr. Exshibit is out to destroy the famous Australian Museum of World Art. And if that were not enough, some very cagey bulls get in on the act. Can these two archeologists once and for all put a stop to their adversaries or will they go the way of the Hopi Indian Scientist whose secrets they are out to discover?< Less
Mutant Bestiary One By William McAusland
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What the hell is that? This is the 7th book for the Mutant Epoch RPG. This collection of freaks will challenge excavators of all ranks, from the blood mole to the earth shaking mobilamortus tree.... More > Included are PC playable races, such as krenth cat-folk, devilkins, dog-boys, anthro-tortoises, bipedal raccoons and pale skinned underfoot. In this book: - 173 creatures, from animals like sheep and deer - that often exhibit mutations - to predatory plants, bio-weapons, and evolving nightmare freaks. - Many have their own mutation lists, so making up unique foes is a cinch! - Encounter tables are divided by terrain and difficulty ratings for low, mid and high rank PCs. - 167 illustrations - For SOE members only. The art comes as PDF sheets when you need to declare “This is what you see!” - Mutant beasts in this collection:16 humanoids/ 68 Animals with off-shoots/ 5 Plants/ 3 Whales/ 11 Insects/ 12 Slugs, snails and mollusks/ 8 Crustaceans/ 7 Cats/ 6 dogs/ 4 Ape variants/ 30 Assorted foes< Less
Paid in Sunsets: A Park Ranger's Story By David A. Dutton
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Paid in Sunsets: A Park Ranger’s Story is a humorous memoir of David A. Dutton's life as a Federal Park Ranger. Park Rangers are called upon to do many dangerous things, like rappel down cliff... More > faces to rescue stranded climbers, or cut fire lines in advance of raging forest infernos. Dutton didn’t do those things. He spent thirty-one years sharing the natural world with others. This memoir retells the best of those experiences—bawdy encounters along the muddy Rio Grande, ghosts in a remote Southwest canyon, swimming with Great White sharks, tweezing pernicious Kentucky ticks off his body, carrying diarrhea out of the longest cave in the world, and getting pissed on by an indignant raccoon in a Mississippi backwater, to name a few. The memoir is about birth, life, and sometimes, death. It’s about a journey—from being a greenhorn Park Ranger in New Mexico to becoming an ordained Senior Park Ranger in Mississippi, twenty years later.< Less
Homestead Memories By Linda Runyon
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Tales from the Road Not Taken What does it take to be a wilderness homesteader? Linda Runyon can tell you that it takes persistence, determination, survival skill, and a capacity for laughter at... More > the caprice and foibles of man, beast and nature. Linda's self-illustrated stories tell about her many years as a homesteader in the Adirondacks in her unique and entertaining style. Read about the time her hair stuck to the house wall in 20 degree below zero weather. Laugh at the one where she meets a wild raccoon in the tepee outhouse! Linda tells of living off the land, foraging for wild food, camping in deep snow, dealing with insects, critters, and more while forsaking most modern conveniences. She learned as she went, sometimes the hard way - all the while taking in the joy & peace that our "civilized" world has forgotten. Take time out from today's hectic pace to contemplate the simple, yet profound rewards one may experience while living so close to nature.< Less
Homestead Memories By Linda Runyon
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Tales from the Road Not Taken What does it take to be a wilderness homesteader? Linda Runyon can tell you that it takes persistence, determination, survival skill, and a capacity for laughter at... More > the caprice and foibles of man, beast and nature. Linda's self-illustrated stories tell about her many years as a homesteader in the Adirondacks in her unique and entertaining style. Read about the time her hair stuck to the house wall in 20 degree below zero weather. Laugh at the one where she meets a wild raccoon in the tepee outhouse! Linda tells of living off the land, foraging for wild food, camping in deep snow, dealing with insects, critters, and more while forsaking most modern conveniences. She learned as she went, sometimes the hard way - all the while taking in the joy & peace that our "civilized" world has forgotten. Take time out from today's hectic pace to contemplate the simple, yet profound rewards one may experience while living so close to nature.< Less