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Fun Time with Logger - a wilderness activity book By Mrs. McGee
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This wilderness activity book is inspired by the great outdoors. We hope you enjoy the many crossword puzzles, dot to dot, color by number songbird, word search, mazes and other games. We want you to... More > be inspired to get outside and learn about your own native habitat. By purchasing this book you are helping American Heritage Wildlife Foundation continue its mission of rehabilitating the local injured and orphaned wildlife and community education mission. All proceeds go to this cause and the creation of the first Nature Center of North Idaho. Info found at www.ahwf.org< Less
Wilderness and Survival Medicine 2014 By Chris Breen & Dr Craig Ellis
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This 2nd Edition contains a wealth of new material and 46 expanded chapters including Information on Minor Injuries and Illness, Lifesaving Surgery, Environmental Problems and Tactical Considerations... More > Life is uncertain, people who are involved in survival situations, disasters and accidents are often unprepared both in knowledge and supplies.It is hoped it will be useful to those who partake in extreme and wilderness sports and activities as well as those who are interested in survivalism and preparedness. Chris Breen is an Emergency Nurse Practitioner who served with the RAMC, a Paramedic and Clinical Tutor with additional qualifications in Trauma and Remote Medicine. Craig Ellis is a Medical doctor who trained as a Specialist Emergency Physician. He has a special interest in austere medicine and medical practice during prolonged disasters. He has both worked and taught austere medical practice.< Less
Thoughts of My Inner City: An Autobi-oetry By B. Wilder
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B. Wilder, a 25 year old Atlanta native has been writing and reading poetry for over 15 years. A style familiar to that of her literary muses’ Maya Angelou and Nikki Giovanni, she introduces a... More > collection of syncopated and sometimes abrupt tempo pieces. You’ll find a variety of poetic styles in Thoughts of My Inner City, which chronicles her “short” yet eventful journey. Though sometimes gripping and graphic, "Thoughts of My Inner City" emerges as a unified ode to life, love and peace. As well as a poet, she serves as mentor and motivational speaker to struggling teens and children, is an active member of her church and a community servant.< Less
Thoughts of My Inner City: An Autobi-oetry By B. Wilder
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B. Wilder, a 25 year old Atlanta native has been writing and reading poetry for over 15 years. A style familiar to that of her literary muses’ Maya Angelou and Nikki Giovanni, she introduces a... More > collection of syncopated and sometimes abrupt tempo pieces. You’ll find a variety of poetic styles in Thoughts of My Inner City, which chronicles her “short” yet eventful journey. Though sometimes gripping and graphic, "Thoughts of My Inner City" emerges as a unified ode to life, love and peace. As well as a poet, she serves as mentor and motivational speaker to struggling teens and children, is an active member of her church and a community servant.< Less
Special Events for Youth Programs: A Creative Collection of Youth Activities for Large Groups By Danielle Fabela
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Special Events for Youth Programs is a collection of creative activities and games for youth, targeting groups as small as eight or as large as 300. These activities are sure to be a hit while, at... More > the same time, nurturing social skills and promoting character development. Whether kids are gathered around a campfire in a mountain wilderness or in a school yard within a congested city, these activities offer endless forms of delight while “sneaking in” strategies to nurture inner growth and cognitive skills. Disguises, treasure hunts, inventions, puppetry, transport back to the Gold Rush, the Wild West, and the era of dashing pirates – all of this and more come into play, literally.< Less
Good Ol’ Fish Creek: Fifty-Eight Years of Adirondack Camping By Edward Larkin Jr.
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This book is about 58 wonderful years of family camping in the inspirational Adirondacks. It exposes the pleasures of one of New York's great campgrounds. Since the age of 10, Ed has enjoyed... More > Adirondack camping vacations at Fish Creek.< Less
Good Ol’ Fish Creek By Edward Larkin Jr.
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This book is about 58 wonderful years of family camping in the inspirational Adirondacks. It exposes the pleasures of one of New York’s great campgrounds.
The Legend Of Three-Fingered Willie By Phil Dickinson
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The Legend Of Three-Fingered Willie is a story about a 15 year-old-boy named Willie who has grown up in solitude with his parents in the deep wilderness of northern Maine in the 1950s. His parents... More > have taught him advanced survival techniques which are outmatched by no one. However, his parents cannot shelter him forever from the rest of the world. Willie begins to explore the wilderness around him, hiking for days, sleeping in caves and rustic shelters, hunting, trapping, and fishing for food, until finally he comes upon Camp Seboomic, a summer camp for Boy Scouts in north central Maine. He watches the activities, fascinated by seeing other boys his own age for the first time, and desperately wanting to make friends. However, something terrible happens that changes everything. Will he seek vengeance on the Scouts or forgiveness?< Less
The Legend Of Three-Fingered Willie By Phil Dickinson
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The Legend Of Three-Fingered Willie is a story about a 15 year-old-boy named Willie who has grown up in solitude with his parents in the deep wilderness of northern Maine in the 1950s. His parents... More > have taught him advanced survival techniques which are outmatched by no one. However, his parents cannot shelter him forever from the rest of the world. Willie begins to explore the wilderness around him, hiking for days, sleeping in caves and rustic shelters, hunting, trapping, and fishing for food, until finally he comes upon Camp Seboomic, a summer camp for Boy Scouts in north central Maine. He watches the activities, fascinated by seeing other boys his own age for the first time, and desperately wanting to make friends. However, something terrible happens that changes everything. Will he seek vengeance on the Scouts or forgiveness?< Less
Youth and Mountains By David Metz
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In this collection of short stories and poems the author writes about wilderness and the exuberance of being young and knowing that limitless possibilities are in front of you. He also explores the... More > fear of not taking on your dreams, the fear of losing freedom, the coming of a new kind of hero in the world, the quest to find the wildest places on earth, a cynical man who has given up his activism to find a piece of nature for himself, and a man who has lost the most important thing in his life and finds happiness again where you wouldn't expect. But mostly these stories and poems are about the invigorated spirit you feel when wild places are put in front of you.< Less