8 edition of Mystery of Lost Canyon. found in the catalog.
Mystery of Lost Canyon.
Gordon D. Shirreffs
|LC Classifications||PZ7.S5584 My|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||196|
|LC Control Number||63008048|
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Another adventure book for boys by a proven expert in the field, this follows Mystery of Lost Canyon. book tortuous trails of Lake Mead, penetrating the crevices and canyons of the surrounding Nevada terrain, as Jerry Hunter, senior in high school, and his two buddies set out in search of Jerry's missing uncle, who vanished several years before in a storm.
Since Uncle Chuck was more at home in the Lake Mead region. The Mystery of Lost River Canyon Language: English: LoC Class: PZ: Language and Literatures: Juvenile belles lettres: Subject: Conduct of life -- Juvenile fiction Subject: Friendship -- Juvenile fiction Subject: Uncles -- Juvenile fiction Subject: Robbery -- Juvenile fiction Subject: Thieves -- Juvenile fiction Subject: Sheriffs -- Juvenile.
The Lost Canyon is an interesting book on several levels with a strangely dissatisfying ending. There is much fodder for discussion for book clubs; plenty of interest for those who have spent time in the natural world to ponder on; issues of race and class; and a meditation on living in the modern world – both the urban one and the natural one/5.
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When four city-bred Los Angeles yuppies go backpacking in the rugged wilderness of California’s Sierra Nevada mountains, their trip turns out to be a nightmare of bad decisions and even worse luck.
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Aiyana Star is the author of the Lost Canyon adventure series, among others. She was homeschooled and grew up with such a love for books that when she was grounded (which was rarely of course *wink*) it was usually from reading.
She lives in the Rocky Mountains, where nearly half the year is winter and bears occasionally wander through the yard/5(2). The whole bizarre tale began with a curious article that appeared right on the front page of the April 5, edition of the Arizona Gazette, which gave a spectacular account from two alleged Smithsonian-funded archaeologists, a Prof.
Jordan and G.E. Kinkaid, who claimed to have found deep within the bowels of the earth in the Marble Canyon region of the Grand Canyon a vast cavern.
Lost Canyon s title has a double meaning, referring both to a favorite place the author visited as a child and to his son, Canyon, who died. The double meaning provides a beautiful metaphor about treasuring the past and trying to go home again, while having to live in the present, and move forward with life.
NINA REVOYR is the author of six novels, including A Student of History; Lost Canyon; The Age of Dreaming, which was a finalist for the Los Angeles Times Book Prize; Southland, a Los Angeles Times best seller and “Best Book” of ; The Necessary Hunger; and Wingshooters, which won an Indie Booksellers Choice Award and was selected by O, The Oprah Magazine as one of “10 Titles to Pick.
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Mysteries of the Grand Canyon is the very first iBook I have read on an iPad and I was simply blown away. The photographs featured in the book are so like-life that I feel I can reach out and pet the adorable dog who is the main character of the book, Kristi Kay/5(8).
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Ina one-armed Major John Wesley Powell set out to map the Grand Canyon. Early life. Glen Rollin Hyde, born December 9,was a farmer from Twin Falls, Idaho; Bessie Louise Haley, born Decemwas a divorcee originally from Parkersburg, West couple first met in on a passenger ship traveling to Los Angeles, California and married Apthe day after Bessie's divorce from her first husband was finalized.
Popular western novel, first published in The story begins: "The scene of this narrative is laid in Southwestern Colorado, and the date is so recent that boys living out there at that time are only just beginning to think themselves young men—and it is really astonishing how soon.
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It also highlights the colorful and determined family that protected the landscape for 50 years as well as the furor created when state officials sought to act quickly to claim the location, and.
The Charles Bloom Murder Mystery Series: Mark Sublette is the author of the Charles Bloom Murder Mystery series. The first book in the series is Paint by Numbers, second, Kayenta Crossing, third Hidden Canyon, fourth Stone Men, and fifth Butterfly te’s latest novel is a stand alone mystery, Between the White photographs featured in his novels are his other love, which.
Ellen Lloyd - - Did an ancient lost civilization once live in a secret underground city below the Grand Canyon.
Will the mystery of the lost subterranean city ever be solved. Ever since an intriguing article reporting the discovery of a great underground citadel of the Grand Canyon appeared in the Arizona Gazette inscientists have debated whether the story is.
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14 A Survey of the Literature 15 Direction. Mystery genre: new releases and popular books, including The Devil and the Dark Water by Stuart Turton, Plain Bad Heroines by Emily M. Danforth, They Nev. Gordon Donald Shirreffs (Janu – February 9, ) was an American author, known mostly for writing Western and juvenile (young adult) novels.
He also wrote a of his novels, Judas Gun and Rio Bravo, were made into movies (Vivo per la tua Morte, Italy, A Long Ride from Hell, in the U.S.A., Oregon Passage ( film), respectively).
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CALABASAS, CA — Local author Lee Goldberg just released a new break-out mystery "Lost Hills," a cop novel that starts in Topanga Canyon and moves through Calabasas, West Hills, Agoura and Malibu.The central mystery is the death of four black boys in a Japanese-American man's store during the Watts Rebellion of It's a powerful book, one that I think about often, as well as a huge influence on my work.
Right up there with Chandler." —Stephanie Cha (of the LARB) in GQ on "The Greatest Crime Novelists on Their Favorite Crime Novels.Lost Mysteries or Scooby-Doo Lost Mysteries is a series of artworks by artist Travis Falligant. The series functions as both a parody of Scooby-Doo and horror early artworks simply portray the Scooby Gang coming across classic horror film characters (mostly slasher killers) drawn as to look like screenshots from the original Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!
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