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A Guide for Writing Teachers

by Kristine Morris

"A Guide for Writing Teachers" is a valuable resource for teachers hoping to guide their students with sensitivity. Eighty-seven percent of Americans lack basic writing skills, according to the 2012 National Assessment of Adult Literacy.... Read More

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Bending Time

by Kristine Morris

"Bending Time" presents ideas that are logical and convincing, familiar enough to be comfortable yet challenging and well-reasoned enough to be motivating. In "Bending Time", Patrick Paul Garlinger channels messages from a “Council of... Read More

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Rising

by Kristine Morris

Obsessed with the rate of sea-level rise, environmental writer Elizabeth Rush traveled extensively along the US coasts and as far afield as Bangladesh, interviewing concerned scientists and coastal dwellers directly affected by... Read More

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By the Shore

by Kristine Morris

If you’re looking for a guide to all things Pacific Northwest that’s just about perfect, this is it. Author Nancy Blakey offers a wealth of information, from a description of the exquisite “sound of silence” at the Hoh Rain... Read More

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Orca

by Kristine Morris

“As a boy, I saw my dad cry on only three occasions,” writes Jason Colby. “One was his father’s funeral. The other two involved dead orcas.” Colby’s father had been in the business of capturing and selling killer whales for... Read More

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Gunflint Burning

by Kristine Morris

May 5, 2007, was a day like any other in Steve Posniak’s beloved Boundary Waters, except for one thing: the weather. Low humidity, higher-than-normal daytime temperatures, and robust winds made the area ripe for wildfires. Not the most... Read More

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