books about: granite
Yellowstone Treasures: The Traveler's Companion to the National Park
Granite Peak Publications, 2009
Indispensible To Enjoy Yellowstone!
We spent 3 days in Yellowstone Park. This guide is GREAT for those who want to do car tours with short hikes and see the major features. It is not for those who want back country information or long hikes. The guide is laid out with mileages in either direction so as you drive along the loop roads, you can locate ALL the spots mentioned easily. There are many things pointed out and explained that ...
The Allagash Abductions: Undeniable Evidence of Alien Intervention
Raymond E. Fowler
Granite Publishing, LLC, 1993
Without A Doubt Necessary
There are only a slim handfull of UFO abduction reports that are absolutely required reading. This is one of them. The nature of the case, its participants, the methodology of investigating, reconstructing and reporting it - all solid, credible aspects. Raymond Fowler's sturdiest, most clinical work. And the inclusion of some illustrations by the abductees themselves does not hurt ...
Granite Publishing & Distribution, 1999
Dorothy writes the best books
This is my second favorite of her books (with Return to Red Castle being the best). If only she would write more books like these. If you have never read her books, they are a must for everyone. I am not a book lover, but her books seem to touch my heart in just the right ways. I have read this book at least 4 times. Her descriptions of the characters are so vivid it leaves an impression on ...
Because of Romek: A Holocaust Survivor's Memoir
James D. Kitchen
Granite Hills PR, 1997
One of the greatest books
This has been one of the few excellent books i have ever read. It is actually real, it really happened, so it makes you feel as if this was happining before your eyes. It was sad, and well written. i actually heard David Faber, the author of this book, speak. He was an incredibly powerful speaker, and his book places you in his position, just as his speech does.
The Paper Bag Christmas
Kevin Alan Milne
Granite Publishing and Distribution, LLC, 2006
The Paper Bag Christmas By: Kevin Alan Milne As a book reviewer I am very seldom at a loss for words. I bought this book because I love Christmas, and after reading a review, I decided to buy it. I am having a hard time finding the words to do justice to this book. It is a beautiful story of two brothers named Aaron and Molar who discover, "The best gift they never wanted for Christmas." ...
Fire and Brimstone: The North Butte Mining Disaster of 1917
Michael Punke has an incredible ability to make the story jump off the page. Too many non-fiction writers are turgid; Punke is anything but. I highly recommend it.
Pink Granite Productions
Luke and Meesha's vacation in Hell
"I just finished reading RE'ENEV, and I'm exhausted! Mike Maranhas grabbed me like a bulldog, and didn't turn me loose until the last page! The author's own character, Luke Ferless, describes it best: Everything "happened so fast that I felt carried, as if riding a fatalistic piggy back" through a "barbed wire gauntlet . . . " What a read!" Joy Balmer
Return to Red Castle
Granite Publishing & Distribution, 1998
Return to Red Castle
I read this book when I was in 7th grade (that was awhile ago) and loved it. I usually can't stand first person story telling, but Ms. Keddington does it very well. It also was clean and I appreciate that - I just can't comprehend how most writers don't seem to understand the difference between romance and sleaze. I'm not sure if I love it for nostaglic reasons or what - but, I would say if ...
Plant Spirit Medicine: The Healing Power of Plants
Granite Publishing, 1991
Marking the end of arrogance
To think that the very source of our the bodies we have, the senses we perceive with and all the materials we use didn't design us with a means of communication with them is an arrogant presumption(plant life that is). Natives have known for many many years how to communicate with the co-creators of our world. In these times of crumbling paradigms it might be time for the people of this country ...
Granite Publishers, Inc, 2006
Everything To Look Forward To
"Apologetics? I am a Christian and there is nothing for which I need to apologize for". So the story goes, these are the words that were once uttered by a student of theology in a college class. In reality Apologetics is that field of Christianity that aims to argue out the fundamentals of the Christian faith. It is a field that gives reason for the existence of God. C.S Lewis was perhaps the ...
Maccabee: An Epic in Free Verse
Granite Hills Pr, 2004
MACCABEE is a remarkable excursion through a bloody time in Jewish history....one of the...most enjoyable books I have ever read....Rubenstein [has a] remarkable feel for the rhythm of language....I could happily quote this book...verse after verse. --Donald H. Harrison, "Jewish Sightseeing" (jewishsightseeing.com, January 7, 2005.
The New Hampshire Gardener's Companion: An Insider's Guide to Gardening in the Granite State (Gardening ...
This is the garden book you want if you live in N.H. It is the book you want if you live anywhere with a winter. I do not know the author but would love to hear him give a seminar.
The Collector's Encyclopedia of Granite Ware Colors, Shapes and Values Book 2 (Collector's Encyclopedia of ...
Excellent guide for reference!
My mother-in-law is an avid collector of graniteware, thus our whole family is and she has both of Greguire's graniteware books. I must say I like this second edition much better than the first. This edition lists the price along with the description, making it easier than flipping back and forth like in her last book. This edition is also better because it groups the pieces by color and ...
Nothing to regret: Historical novel
How in the world can a caucasion woman write so convincingly as an Asian man who finds himself forced into a WW II internment camp? Pinkston's amazing imagination makes me forget the author, forget the living room chair, forget the telephone as I experience a riveting international adventure.
Granite Publishing & Distribution, 1998
Dorothy Keddington is not only intelligent, she's a talented and entertaining author. She is able to draw you into the storyline from the very beginning, making it almost impossible to put the book away, even after you've finished it. After every Keddington novel I've read, I'm always left wanting more. Unfortunately Dorothy hasn't written very many novels, so I am left to reread the ones ...
A Scots Quair: 'Sunset Song', 'Cloud Howe' and 'Grey Granite'
Lewis Grassic Gibbon
don't let it pass you by
unjustly overlooked, this book (really comprised of three novellas, all together a trilogy) deserves to be mentioned in the same breath with other modernist works, such as "Dubliners" or "Sons and Lovers." at its time, the books were important, both politically and socially, because they present scottish language and scottish history as things separate from - though no less equal to - the larger ...
The Bridge: A Spirit's Journey Beyond the Veil
Granite Publishing & Distribution, 2010
It caught me from the very first. I didn't want to put it down. It inspired me to do my geneology knowing there are relatives on the other side waiting for their work to be done. It made me feel good knowing that there is life on the other side and I don't have to fear death. I strongly recommend this book.
Dinner is Ready, Lunch is Ready, On the Side: 30 Meals in One Day; Software to Support all 3 Books
Granite Publishing & Distribution, 2007
This software makes dinner planning SO EASY!
Wow! Okay, so I work late most nights -- I got home and was thrilled to see this had arrived!! It took less than 15 minutes to plan a menu for an entire week, print out the recipes, the shopping list and the menu. The recipes are not too fussy or fancy, and contain many of the ingredients you probably already have on hand. No matter what your tastes, your budget, or your schedule this will ...
The Angel's Song
Beth Mitchell Stephenson
Granite Pub & Distribution, 2002
This book will help all count their blessings and remember that family is most important, especially during the holidays. The author does a masterful job of helping the reader understand what it would be like for a child to go from unfortunate circumstances to a loving home. I recommend this book. I have enjoyed it, and my wife has enjoyed it every Christmas for the last six years.
My Weird School Daze #3: Mr. Granite Is from Another Planet!
HarperCollins e-books, 2008
Mr Granite is from another Planet by Dan Gutman
This series is so funny. It is about 2nd grade children and their days at school. Each book is about a different teacher. My grandson is 8 and laughs about something in each chapter. I love the books as much as he does and I am a Grandmother. I would recommend this book and the other ones in the series to every child since the book's main character are both boys and girls so funny for both ...
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