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eBook Hudson River: An Adventure from the Mountains to the Sea epub

by Peter Lourie

eBook Hudson River: An Adventure from the Mountains to the Sea epub
  • ISBN: 1563977036
  • Author: Peter Lourie
  • Genre: Children
  • Subcategory: Science Nature & How It Works
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Boyds Mills Press (February 1, 1998)
  • Pages: 48 pages
  • ePUB size: 1312 kb
  • FB2 size 1237 kb
  • Formats lrf mbr lit lrf


Condition: Used: Very Good.

Condition: Used: Very Good.

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Hudson River: An Adventure from the Mountains to the Sea. Mississippi River: A journey Down the Father of Waters. Yukon River: An Adventure to the Gold Fields of the Klondike. The Lost Treasure of Captain Kid (novel). Rio Grande: From the Rocky Mountains to the Gulf of Mexico. On the Trail of Sacagawea. River of Mountains: A Canoe Journey Down the Hudson (nonfiction for adults). Sweat of the Sun, Tears of the Moon: A Chronicle of an Incan Treasure (nonfiction for adults). Works by or about Peter Lourie in libraries (WorldCat catalog).

the river is born, to New York City's Battery Park, where it empties into the sea.

Then, remarkably, the river slows and widens, becoming over the next 154 miles a massive arm of the sea, with saltwater and powerful tides. One summer Peter Lourie set out to explore this extraordinary river by doing what no one had ever done: he canoed the entire 315-mile Hudson, from its source in the Adirondack Mountains to its mouth at the southern. tip of Manhattan, where it meets the Atlantic.

Hudson River: An Adventure from the Mountains to the Sea is PB. It was published by Boyds Mills Press in 1998. It is signed and dated by the author (look at second photo). It was published by Caroline House in 1991.

Peter King Lourie (born in Michigan, United States) is an author of nonfiction books for adults and children. Hudson River: An Adventure from the Mountains to the Sea. Mississippi River: A journey Down the Father of Waters

Peter King Lourie (born in Michigan, United States) is an author of nonfiction books for adults and children. The Polar Bear Scientists".

an adventure from the mountains to the sea. 1st ed. by Peter Lourie. Published 1992 by Caroline House, Distributed by St. Martin's Press in Honesdale, Pa. Written in English.

Lourie, Peter 1952–(Peter King Lourie) Source for information on Lourie .

Lourie, Peter 1952–(Peter King Lourie) Source for information on Lourie, Peter 1952–: Contemporary Authors, New Revision Series dictionary. Peter Lourie's nonfiction books, based on his fascination with waterways, his many travels, and his training as an anthropologist, frequently highlight his concern for the environment, his love of nature, and his fascination with the history of exploration. In Hudson River: An Adventure from the Mountains to the Sea he recounts the history of and the current conditions along the 315-mile-long Hudson River.

Peter Lourie explored the Hudson River by canoe from its source, Lake Tear, in the Adirondack Mountains, all the way to the broad river that becomes a part of t.

Peter Lourie explored the Hudson River by canoe from its source, Lake Tear, in the Adirondack Mountains, all the way to the broad river that becomes a part of . see all Peter Lourie explored the Hudson River by canoe from its source, Lake Tear, in the Adirondack Mountains, all the way to the broad river that becomes a part of the.

Here is a fascinating day-by-day account of the author's 315 mile canoe trip down the Hudson River, from the Adirondack Mountains, where the river is born, to New York City's Battery Park, where it empties into the sea. Full-color photographs plus a simple and lively text give young readers the feel of shooting white water, gliding through the mountainous Hudson Highlands, and, finally plowing the busy waters off the shore of Manhattan. Throughout the trip Peter Lourie serves as a thoughtful and intrepid guide to one of America's great rivers.
Comments: (2)
Tehn
An OK book, but not earth shattering.
Kalv
I was very satisfied with the condition of the three books I ordered. I give them rave reviews because they were like new. I was more than satisfied about the timing of shipping and delivery. I needed them in time to give as a gift to my three students who were leaving town. The books arrived a week before the expected delivery date which was excellent for me.
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