Trouble On The Trail

Author: Ielah Pratt
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1483610357
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Trouble On The Trail from the Author: Ielah Pratt. Sniffing is a major part of being a puppy, but it is important to look up once in awhile. This is the story of 3 little Schnauzers who sniffed their way into adventure on their first trip to the mountains. This is a true story. The author was one of the people involved, but this time she decided to let the dogs tell the story.

Wild Bill Elliott

Author: Gene Blottner
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 9780786480258
Size: 44.72 MB
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Wild Bill Elliott from the Author: Gene Blottner. "This study of Wild Bill Elliott covers his career as a western star. It begins with a biographical sketch of Elliott and discusses each of his starring and supporting roles. Appendices include Elliott's short films, TV and radio appearances and comic books"--Provided by publisher.

Trails 2 Trails Through The Volcano

Author: April D Brown
Publisher: UncoveredMyths
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Trails 2 Trails Through The Volcano from the Author: April D Brown. Pair 1, Book 2: Trails Through the Volcano Time: Modern, 1 month later POV characters: Amber, Alex, Livia, Corbo Communication has been cut off. No electricity. No phone service. Fuel is reserved for military missions. Most people evacuated to the north. Amber and Alex continue to survey the damage, and make sure those who remained behind are safe. People died without air conditioning to cool their homes. Or medicines they depended on to control life threatening illnesses. Two children who live with their grandmother are rescued from starvation. Another infant born to a woman who dies in childbirth. A death that is no longer preventable. Desperate men roam the streets of the towns where most have evacuated. Communities melt as the walls betweens human population groups rise again. Men, women, and cultures clash as if they had never learned to live together in peace. Livia and Corbo have a mission of their own in Arizona. Corbo is in a race to find his birth father, whom he has never met. His fate unknown. Without electricity, or fuel, they have to try to find him. The military's needs get in the way. Including a stop at a nuclear power plant to verify it is safely deactivated. Livia releases zoo animals. They have a better chance of survival on the plains of Arizona, than locked in cages to die of starvation and dehydration. Everyone thought Arizona would be forever safe from earthquakes, volcanoes, and shifting water tables. Only, they aren't. Yellowstone's impending rupture will lead to a year-long winter, and global cooling for a generation, or more. Without seeds, farming techniques, and other life skills long forgotten, those who remain won't survive the coming year. Together, the survivors must build a future in a tangled environment of fear, hunger, cold, and desolation. Author's Note: Rating: PG 13. Profanity: Alluded to. Romance: Light. Sex: Alluded to. Violence: Natural disaster Length: 313 pages 81,940 words

Old Indian Trails Of The Canadian Rockies

Author: Mary T.S. Schäffer
Publisher: Rocky Mountain Books Ltd
ISBN: 1926855388
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Old Indian Trails Of The Canadian Rockies from the Author: Mary T.S. Schäffer. “We seemed to have reached that horizon, and the limit of all endurance, to sit with folded hands and listen calmly to the stories of the hills we so longed to see, the hills which had lured and beckoned us for years before this long list of men had ever set foot in the country.” —Mary T.S. Schäffer Mary T.S. Schäffer was an avid explorer and one of the first non-Native women to venture into the heart of the Canadian Rocky Mountains, where few women—or men—had gone before. First published in 1911, Old Indian Trails of the Canadian Rockies is Schäffer’s story of her adventures in the traditionally male-dominated world of climbing and exploration. It also sheds light on Native and non-Native relations at the early part of the 20th century. Full of daring adventure and romantic depictions of camp life, set against the grand backdrop of Canada’s mountain landscapes, the book introduces readers to various characters from the annals of Canadian mountaineering history, including Arthur Philemon Coleman, Billy Warren, Sid Unwin, Bill Peyto and Jimmy Simpson. Old Indian Trails of the Canadian Rockies is certain to entertain and enlighten 21st-century readers, historians, hikers and climbers.

Grand Dictionnaire Hachette Oxford

Author: Marie-Hélène Corréard
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0198614225
Size: 69.84 MB
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Grand Dictionnaire Hachette Oxford from the Author: Marie-Hélène Corréard. Offers more than 360,000 words and 550,000 translations and explores idiomatic variations in meaning.

Compact Oxford Hachette French Dictionary

Author: Marie-Hélène Corréard
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199663114
Size: 75.83 MB
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Compact Oxford Hachette French Dictionary from the Author: Marie-Hélène Corréard. A compact, intermediate-level dictionary covering over 90,000 words and phrases, and 120,000 translations ideal for the home, office, or school.

Fired Up Trouble In Texas Book 2

Author: Mary Connealy
Publisher: Baker Books
ISBN: 1441262776
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Fired Up Trouble In Texas Book 2 from the Author: Mary Connealy. Rollicking Wild West Adventure and Romance from Bestselling Author Mary Connealy Dare Riker is a doctor who saves lives, but someone seems determined to end his. It may have something to do with the traitors he dealt with during the Civil War, or it might be related to the recent incident with Flint Greer and the ranch. Whoever the culprit is, he or she seems really fired up, and Dare can't let his guard down for a moment, which is a challenge, since right now he's trying to win the heart of the recently widowed Glynna. Glynna Greer came west as a mail-order bride and ended up in a bad situation. Now her husband, Flint, is dead, and she's determined to care for her son and daughter on her own. She wants to believe Dare Riker is as decent as he seems, but she's terrified to lock herself into another marriage. She plans to support her small family by opening a diner--never mind that cooking is not her greatest talent. The men in Broken Wheel, Texas, are so desperate for home cooking that they seem willing to overlook dried-out beef and blackened biscuits. Glynna can't help but notice that danger follows Dare wherever he goes. There's the avalanche. And then the fire. But things really get out of hand when someone plunges a knife from Glynna's diner into Dare's back. Are Flint's cronies still plotting revenge? Is Glynna's son engaged in a misguided attempt to protect his mother? Is a shadowy outsider still enraged over past injustices? And can Dare survive long enough to convince Glynna to take another chance on love?

Cognitive Remediation For Brain Injury And Neurological Illness

Author: Marvin H Podd
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9781461419754
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Cognitive Remediation For Brain Injury And Neurological Illness from the Author: Marvin H Podd. The purpose of this book is to teach psychologists with a neuropsychology background about cognitive remediation, the evidence in the research literature, and how to develop and conduct a treatment plan and evaluate the effectiveness of the interventions. The approach is illustrated using the computer-assisted cognitive remediation program developed by the author (NeurXercise). Twenty-nine different cases are presented in depth, following the outline presented in the earlier portions of the book. Treatment planning emphasizes Luria’s concepts of alternate functional systems and double dissociation. Pre- and post-treatment neuropsychological testing results are presented along with ecological validity and generalization to daily functioning. The cases are presented by etiology and each section concludes with what can be learned about that etiologic process from the cognitive remediation results. This section includes blast injuries, which are still being characterized in the literature, as well as effective treatment of patients with head injury, stroke, post-neurosurgical sequelae, co-morbid disorders, subcortical disorders, attention deficit disorder, and learning disabilities. The book identifies the most commonly used neuropsychological test instruments for evaluating cognitive deficits, discusses their input and output characteristics, and does the same for the NeurXercise computer-based exercises so that the connection between testing and treatment is easy to see and develop. In addition to discussing this in the appropriate sections of the book, these are summarized in the appendixes as a reference for correlating test findings and appropriate exercises for remediating deficits.

The Nightriders Wells Fargo Trail Book 2

Author: James Walker
Publisher: Baker Books
ISBN: 1441261915
Size: 66.70 MB
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The Nightriders Wells Fargo Trail Book 2 from the Author: James Walker. The Gold Bandits Struck with Impunity, But Zac Cobb Could Not Abide Injustice With rumors swirling around a series of stolen gold shipments, Wells Fargo sends Zachary Cobb to the California gold fields to investigate the unsolved robberies. A gang of vigilantes called the Vindicators have taken it upon themselves to prosecute men suspected of the hold-ups, but while innocent people are being lynched, the real bandits seem able to strike with impunity any time they choose.Maintaining his undercover status by visiting a cantakerous aunt who lives nearby, Zac discovers that the Vindicators are controlled by corrupt federal officials. He also discovers the judge to be a former commander of a Union prison camp where two of his brothers were imprisoned during the Civil War.Emily Morgan, whose fiancé was lynched by the vigilantes and whose brother is the local sheriff, helps Zac in his search. She is determined to bring all those involved to justice, even if it includes her own kin.But when Jenny Hays shows up at his aunt's house and is pulled into the mystery, Zac has much more than a dangerous investigation to solve!

On The Fence An Apple Trail Novella 2

Author: Keri Ford
Publisher: Keri Ford
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On The Fence An Apple Trail Novella 2 from the Author: Keri Ford. 2 of 6 of An Apple Trail Novella Series Six years apart and my, my, things have changed. Specifically, his wider shoulders and tighter-fitting jeans. Shellie Chambers is supposed to be on a quick, relaxing break, visiting her lifelong best friend, Riley Hamilton. Seeing his dimpled smile all over again has her thinking their friends-only relationship needs to add a lovers option in this small town. Flings, one night stands, and lovers are a thing of Riley's past. He'd chased women, took up drinking--and possibly more he couldn't remember--until smacking rock-bottom. He managed to climb out of that hellhole and had no desire to go back. He has responsibilities now and a sensible head on his shoulders. Then Shellie turns up. She's saying and doing all the right things while looking just right, too. She leaves him torn: should he have her legs around his waist during her visit, or do right by himself and keep her at arm's length?