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Good Morning, Baiting Hollow! (Paperback): Patricia Clark Smith Good Morning, Baiting Hollow! (Paperback)
Patricia Clark Smith
R381 R305 Discovery Miles 3 050 Save R76 (20%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Lessons from the Garden (Paperback): Patricia Clark Smith Lessons from the Garden (Paperback)
Patricia Clark Smith
R381 R305 Discovery Miles 3 050 Save R76 (20%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Moonlight Wonder (Paperback): Patricia Clark Smith Moonlight Wonder (Paperback)
Patricia Clark Smith
R381 R305 Discovery Miles 3 050 Save R76 (20%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Baiting Hollow - A Pastel Summer (Paperback): Patricia Clark Smith Baiting Hollow - A Pastel Summer (Paperback)
Patricia Clark Smith
R280 Discovery Miles 2 800 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
The Strawberry Promise (Paperback): Patricia Clark Smith The Strawberry Promise (Paperback)
Patricia Clark Smith
R367 Discovery Miles 3 670 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
The Garden Party (Paperback): Patricia Clark Smith The Garden Party (Paperback)
Patricia Clark Smith
R367 Discovery Miles 3 670 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Baiting Hollow - A Time of Enchantment (Paperback): Patricia Clark Smith Baiting Hollow - A Time of Enchantment (Paperback)
Patricia Clark Smith
R249 Discovery Miles 2 490 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

In the sequel to The Secret of Baiting Hollow, thirteen-year-old Brigit, a fourth generation descendent of Irish-American potato farmers on eastern Long Island, New York, continues on her journey through imagination and wonder as she holds a precious secret close to her heart-the secret of the Baiting Hollow merpeople.

Soon Brigit's family will head back to Long Island for their two-week vacation in the Twomey farmhouse. In the meantime, Brigit's thoughts wander to Kevin O'Connell and the secret about the Twomey legacy he shared with both Brigit and her sister, Barbara, during their vacation the previous summer. Knowing that she is the adopted daughter of a mermaid makes her return to the Twomey farm for the strawberry harvest even more special, but tragedy strikes when Brigit learns that her friend, Kevin O'Connell, has been lost at sea during a terrible storm.

As the two sisters begin their getaway on their relatives' farm, Brigit suddenly realizes that others may know the secret of Baiting Hollow as stories about mermaids, a banshee, wishing stones, and the enchantment of slack tide lead the two girls on another exciting adventure through a world of fantasy.

The Secret of Baiting Hollow (Paperback): Patricia Clark Smith The Secret of Baiting Hollow (Paperback)
Patricia Clark Smith
R434 R349 Discovery Miles 3 490 Save R85 (20%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The Secret of Baiting Hollow confirms for young readers the importance of family and friends, and that mermaids really do live among us.

On the Trail of Elder Brother - Glous'gap Stories of the Mimac Indians (Paperback): Michael B. Running Wolf, Patricia... On the Trail of Elder Brother - Glous'gap Stories of the Mimac Indians (Paperback)
Michael B. Running Wolf, Patricia Clark Smith; Illustrated by Michael B. Running Wolf
R234 R219 Discovery Miles 2 190 Save R15 (6%) Out of stock

Stories of Glous'gap, the embodiment of the Great Spirit, are told by the many Algonquin tribes of North America--from the Dakotas through New England, and south to Delaware. Among them is the Micmac of Maine, Quebec, and the Maritime Provinces. Since the seventeenth century, anthropologists have listened to Micmac storytellers and recorded their tales. Finally, here is a book devoted entirely to Glous'gap's adventures, told to us firsthand in the traditional Micmac versions by two Micmac authors. On the Trail of Elder Brother follows Glous'gap during the time he lived among the Micmac. When he arrives, the earth is barely formed. Glous'gap helps to shape it and populate it with creatures and plants. He teaches his people the right way to live, and how to live together harmoniously in the natural world. He battles the monsters who threaten them--a water-hoarding monster, a fearsome lake serpent, a giant bird of prey, and an evil sorceress, among them. By the time he leaves, the world has become a more settled place. With their pipe-smoking whales, irascible porcupines, witches, and the like, these stories are wondrous and magical. But they are also wise, immersed in what it means to be fully human in a fragile world. The sixteen accompanying pen-and-ink drawings enhance their appeal. Every reader, from the uninitiated to the specialist, will fall under the spell of this powerful, joy-filled volume.

On the Trail of Elder Brother - Glous'gap Stories of the Mimac Indians (Hardcover, 1st ed): Michael B. Running Wolf,... On the Trail of Elder Brother - Glous'gap Stories of the Mimac Indians (Hardcover, 1st ed)
Michael B. Running Wolf, Patricia Clark Smith; Illustrated by Michael B. Running Wolf
R421 R393 Discovery Miles 3 930 Save R28 (7%) Out of stock

Stories of Glous'gap, the embodiment of the Great Spirit, are told by the many Algonquin tribes of North America--from the Dakotas through New England, and south to Delaware. Among them is the Micmac of Maine, Quebec, and the Maritime Provinces. Since the seventeenth century, anthropologists have listened to Micmac storytellers and recorded their tales. Finally, here is a book devoted entirely to Glous'gap's adventures, told to us firsthand in the traditional Micmac versions by two Micmac authors. On the Trail of Elder Brother follows Glous'gap during the time he lived among the Micmac. When he arrives, the earth is barely formed. Glous'gap helps to shape it and populate it with creatures and plants. He teaches his people the right way to live, and how to live together harmoniously in the natural world. He battles the monsters who threaten them--a water-hoarding monster, a fearsome lake serpent, a giant bird of prey, and an evil sorceress, among them. By the time he leaves, the world has become a more settled place. With their pipe-smoking whales, irascible porcupines, witches, and the like, these stories are wondrous and magical. But they are also wise, immersed in what it means to be fully human in a fragile world. The sixteen accompanying pen-and-ink drawings enhance their appeal. Every reader, from the uninitiated to the specialist, will fall under the spell of this powerful, joy-filled volume.

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