1 edition of Stories of the outdoors found in the catalog.
Stories of the outdoors
|Statement||by the Outdoor Writers of Canada. Illustrated by Walter Leaver.|
|Contributions||Outdoor Writers of Canada.|
|LC Classifications||SK33 .S75|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||140|
|LC Control Number||73530050|
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Including the strangest disappearances and deaths in wilderness areas such as National Parks, forests, mountains and deserts, the saddest stories of misadventure and even the depraved work of serial killers who have operated in the wilderness.
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Black Faces, White Spaces by Carolyn Finney examines the issue with an intersectional lens, detailing the reasons why people of color have been left out of outdoor recreation and the environmental movement.
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Fleeing a cramped New York City apartment, Sam heads to the Catskill Mountains where he thrives as a young : Cari Morgan. Some of the characters and events in this book are fictitious.
Any similarities in those stories to real persons, living or dead, is coincidental and not intended by the author. For the true stories, names and other details have been changed to protect the identities and privacy of those Size: KB.
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She Explores Stories of Life-Changing Adventures on the Road and in the Wild Available Now Cover image by Karen Wang. She Explores is a collection of first-person stories, photographs, and artwork from women who are inspired by the adventure found in the outdoors and who inspire me.
Almost five years after startingto hold pages of She Explores in my hands feels a lot. Able Outdoors Magazine, El Campo, Texas. K likes. A national publication and website for physically-challenged outdoors men & women. lowers: 3K. “A brilliant book brimming with ideas for things to do out and about in the great outdoors.
Wherever you are and whatever teh weather there are things to discover and explore and adventures to be had.” Westmorland Gazette “This brilliant book is a perfect way to encourage children to play outdoors.
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