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by Margaret Craven


Start by marking Walk Gently This Good Earth as Want to Read . Ms. Craven brings attention to the depths of family love, but it lost me when she spent too much time describing the landscape akin to a travel brochure.

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I found this book disappointing not what I expected.

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Subsequently, Margaret published a second novel, Walk Gently This Good Earth (1977), an autobiography, Again .

Subsequently, Margaret published a second novel, Walk Gently This Good Earth (1977), an autobiography, Again Calls the Owl (1980), and a collection of stories, The Home Front (1981) Books by Margaret Craven. Library resources about Margaret Craven (writer). Resources in your library. Resources in other libraries.

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There's lots of stirring scenery, and Craven knows her day-to-day farming and ranching. Hoover became the nation's whipping boy, even though he was the only president to give up a year's salary.

ISBN: 0399120408 Format: Hardcover Pages: 172 Book Condition: Good Defects: Former Library Book .

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Subsequently, Margaret published a second novel, Walk Gently This Good Earth (1977), an autobiography, Again Calls the Owl (1980), and a collection of stories, The Home Front (1981)

Subsequently, Margaret published a second novel, Walk Gently This Good Earth (1977), an autobiography, Again Calls the Owl (1980), and a collection of stories, The Home Front (1981) References/Notes. Parents' names taken from US Census, 1910, Whatcom C. Washington. Books by Margaret Craven. I Heard the Owl Call My Name. Toronto: Clark Irwin, 1967. Walk Gently This Good Earth. New York: Putnam, 1977.

Items related to Walk Gently This Good Earth. Margaret Craven Walk Gently This Good Earth. ISBN 13: 9780399120404. With stunning simplicity, Margaret Craven captures the awesome thrill of climbing in the Cascades, standing on a virgin mountain peak, or discovering a glacier, as she traces the children's coming-of-age with grace and humor.

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Walk Gently This Good Earth epub download

ISBN13: 978-1568496467

ISBN: 156849646X

Author: Margaret Craven

Category: Literature and Fiction

Subcategory: Contemporary

Language: English

Publisher: Buccaneer Books; Revised edition (June 1, 1995)

ePUB size: 1760 kb

FB2 size: 1439 kb

Rating: 4.5

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Faegal
I found this book disappointing. It jumped from on time to another and one incident to another..not what I expected.
Faegal
I found this book disappointing. It jumped from on time to another and one incident to another..not what I expected.
Mr_KiLLaURa
Like author...didn't get to read yet...
Mr_KiLLaURa
Like author...didn't get to read yet...
EXIBUZYW
in my opinion, Craven us in the dame class as Alice Munro and Atwood as an excellent Canadian author
EXIBUZYW
in my opinion, Craven us in the dame class as Alice Munro and Atwood as an excellent Canadian author
Mitynarit
I truly enjoyed reading the book. I think it offers us some wisdom for the ages.
Mitynarit
I truly enjoyed reading the book. I think it offers us some wisdom for the ages.
Azago
I love the author's writing--would rate her other books a five plus, if there were one--but, I like this book a little less than the others she wrote.
Azago
I love the author's writing--would rate her other books a five plus, if there were one--but, I like this book a little less than the others she wrote.
Haal
Love Margaret Craven!
Haal
Love Margaret Craven!