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By Hal Borland, Les Line (introduced by) and Peter Parnall (illustrator)

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9781592280421 | Lyons Pr, September 1, 2003, cover price $14.95

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Product Description: The rib-thin, black-and-white rabbit hound turned up at Hal Borland's Connecticut farm one Christmas night in the middle of a nasty winter storm. Pat, as the dog came to be known, and his raffish travelling companion, a young pup, "were even more unwelcome than the weather," but after a few preliminaries both settled in as members of the Borland household...read more

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9781592280650 | Lyons Pr, September 1, 2003, cover price $14.95 | About this edition: The rib-thin, black-and-white rabbit hound turned up at Hal Borland's Connecticut farm one Christmas night in the middle of a nasty winter storm.

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The story of a boy's early life on the eastern Colorado plains around 1910 bears a strong resemblance to frontier life one hundred years earlier

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9780816511778 | Reprint edition (Univ of Arizona Pr, July 1, 1990), cover price $14.95 | About this edition: The story of a boy's early life on the eastern Colorado plains around 1910 bears a strong resemblance to frontier life one hundred years earlier

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Product Description: In one of the true classics of American nature writing (first published in 1957), Borland recounts the cycle of a year on his hill-country farm in northwestern Connecticut.

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9780801840203 | Reprint edition (Johns Hopkins Univ Pr, June 1, 1990), cover price $17.95 | About this edition: In one of the true classics of American nature writing (first published in 1957), Borland recounts the cycle of a year on his hill-country farm in northwestern Connecticut.

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Tom Black Bull tries desperately to disavow his Indian heritage, but he can never escape its influence

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9780397003037 | Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, June 1, 1963, cover price $10.35 | About this edition: Tom Black Bull tries desperately to disavow his Indian heritage, but he can never escape its influence

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9780553257380 | Reprint edition (Bantam Books, November 1, 1989), cover price $7.99 | About this edition: An Indian brave and his family take refuge in the wilderness after falling victim to the white man's justice

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9780606015714 | Demco Media, November 1, 1989, cover price $15.65 | About this edition: Tom Black Bull tries desperately to disavow his Indian heritage, but he can never escape its influence

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9780881030570 | Turtleback Books, October 1, 1999, cover price $18.40 | About this edition: Tom Black Bull tries desperately to disavow his Indian heritage, but he can never escape its influence

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Explores the legends and symbols of the traditional plants of Christmas, such as English holly, ivy, mistletoe, and poinsettia. The illustrations are precise, detailed, and botanically correct.

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9780690046496 | Revised edition (Ty Crowell Co, October 1, 1987), cover price $14.95 | About this edition: An intriguing introduction to the legend, symbolism, history, and tradition of the plants used in Christmas celebrations explore the sources of holiday traditions about holly, mistletoe, and other plants

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A full year's worth of the brief essays written by the late, admired nature writer for the editorial page of The New York Times, and selected by Borland just before his death, carry us through the Indian lunar calendar

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9780394504964 | Alfred a Knopf Inc, December 1, 1979, cover price $15.00 | About this edition: A full year's worth of the brief essays written by the late, admired nature writer for the editorial page of The New York Times, and selected by Borland just before his death, carry us through the Indian lunar calendar

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9780839828679 | Reprint edition (Olympic Marketing Corp, April 1, 1985), cover price $3.98

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Product Description: In this memoir of a lost America, Hal Borland tells the story of his family’s migration to eastern Colorado as homesteaders at the turn of the twentieth century. On an unsettled and unwelcoming prairie landscape, the Borlands build a house, plant crops, and eke out a meager existence...read more

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9780839828501 | Reprint edition (Olympic Marketing Corp, October 1, 1984), cover price $2.98 | About this edition: In this memoir of a lost America, Hal Borland tells the story of his family’s migration to eastern Colorado as homesteaders at the turn of the twentieth century.

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A collection of eighty-seven natural history essays focuses on the trees and commonly found shrubs of the North American woodland, accompanied by full-color photographs

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9780394527246 | Alfred a Knopf Inc, October 1, 1983, cover price $25.00 | About this edition: A collection of eighty-seven natural history essays focuses on the trees and commonly found shrubs of the North American woodland, accompanied by full-color photographs

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A distinguished naturalist and an outstanding nature photographer present a collection of eighty-five wild flowers native to the Berkshires, each of which is described in an essay accompanied by a full-color photograph

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9780394518930 | Alfred a Knopf Inc, April 1, 1981, cover price $22.50 | About this edition: A distinguished naturalist and an outstanding nature photographer present a collection of eighty-five wild flowers native to the Berkshires, each of which is described in an essay accompanied by a full-color photograph

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