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IPG Spring 2014 Pacific Titles

IPG Spring 2014 Pacific Titles

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Check out the Spring 2014 IPG regional book selection for Pacific states, with fiction, gift books, cookbooks and sports titles for Pacific-dwellers.
Check out the Spring 2014 IPG regional book selection for Pacific states, with fiction, gift books, cookbooks and sports titles for Pacific-dwellers.

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Published by: Independent Publishers Group on Feb 06, 2014
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Pacific TitlesSpring
Rolling Homes Press 9780982310120 Pub Date: 3/11/12 $21.95/$22.95 Can. Discount Code: LON Paperback / softback / Trade paperback (US) 608 pages Carton Qty: 20 Travel / United States TRV025130 Series: Camping Destinations series 6.000 in W | 9.000 in H 152mm W | 229mm H
Pacific Northwest Camping Destinations
(3rd Edition) 
RV and Car Camping Destinations in Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia
Mike Church, Terri Church Find paradise through trouble-free camping The Pacific Northwest is a campers paradise. It offers everything that a vacation camper could desire: seashores, snow-capped mountains, old growth forests, visitor friendly cities, and national parks. In fact, the Pacific Northwest is one of the most popular RVing and tent camping destinations in North America. Pacific Northwest Camping Destinations is a travel guide for camping travelers, those traveling in an RV and those camping with a tent. It addresses the needs of the thousands of visitors to the Pacific Northwest who arrive in an RV or who vacation travel in their family car, spending the night inexpensively in campgrounds. It's also a great book for those residents of the Pacific Northwest who are looking for new places to visit on weekend trips and during summer vacations. The largest part of the book describes over 130 great camping destinations throughout Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia. There are descriptions of the local attractions and visitor activities. A selection of good camping areas convenient to the destination area are described in detail. Whenever pos...
SummaryAuthor Bio
Mike Church
Terri Church
 are the authors of the Traveler's Guide series and
RV Adventures in the Pacific Northwest 
. They spend most of the year traveling in their RV or car camping in Canada, Europe, Mexico, and the United States. They live in Benson, Arizona.
Korero Books 9781907621086 Pub Date: 5/11/12 $45.00/$49.95 Can. Discount Code: LON Hardback / Cloth over boards 256 pages Carton Qty: 10 Art / Popular Culture ART023000 8.500 in W | 10.000 in H | 2.890 lb Wt 216mm W | 254mm H | 1,311g Wt
Surf Graphics
Jim Phillips
Surf Art 
 features the artwork and biographies of 30 of the top surf artists. A dazzling display of top surf art and design From vintage surf art to the latest designs, this collection is filled with brilliant color, energy, and vibe. It features the top 30 artists working on the surf graphic scene, each with a detailed biography, as well as the same eye-popping production values of
Kustom Graphics
Kustom Graphics II 
. Of course, there are plenty of California artists making their marks on the surf art scene, including Shawn Dickinson (Palmdale), Damian Fulton (Los Angeles), Tom "Big Toe" Laura (Irvine), Jim Phillips (Santa Cruz), Rick Rietveld (Newport Beach), and Keith Weesner (Thousand Oaks). Brad Parker lives in Hawaii, while Thor splits his time between California and Hawaii. Pat Grant and Marty Schneider are among Australian artists on the scene, while European artists include PG Artworks (Sweden), Mik Baro (Spain), and Thorsten Hasenkamm (Germany).
Korero Books
 is an independent publisher of books on contemporary visual culture and design. Legendary skateboard artist
Jim Phillips
 has also published award-winning graphic designs for cartoons, t-shirts, stickers, rock posters, and ad art since 1962. He was the art director for Santa Cruz Skateboards for many years, and he lives in Santa Cruz, California.
Author Bio
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Chicago Review Press 9781556522710 Pub Date: 8/1/96 $14.95/$16.95 Can. Discount Code: LON Paperback / softback / Trade paperback (US) 160 pages Carton Qty: 32 Ages 5 to 8, Grades K to 3 Juvenile Nonfiction / Activity Books JNF001000 Series: Hands-On History 11.000 in W | 8.500 in H | 0.440 in T | 1.000 lb Wt 279mm W | 216mm H | 11mm T | 454g Wt
Westward Ho!
An Activity Guide to the Wild West
Laurie Carlson
 Capturing the unique character and history of the West, this activity book provides a number of memorable  journeys, including joining Lewis and Clark on an expedition, journeying into the woods with fur traders, or riding a wagon train to the Oregon. Young explorers will experience the excitement of the West with activities such as sewing a sunbonnet, panning for gold, cooking flapjacks, singing cowboy songs, and more. Helpful illustrations that detail and explain the steps of each project are also included.
Laurie Carlson
 is the author of
Colonial Kids
More Than Moccasins
Green Thumbs
, and
Kids Camp!
 She has taught preschool, primary grades, and children's art classes. She lives in Cheney, Washington.
Author Bio
Chicago Review Press 9781556528095 Pub Date: 8/1/09 $16.95/$18.95 Can. Discount Code: LON Paperback / softback / Trade paperback (US) 144 pages Carton Qty: 32 Ages 9 to 12, Grades 4 to 7 Juvenile Nonfiction / History JNF025170 Series: For Kids series 11.000 in W | 8.500 in H | 0.400 in T | 1.000 lb Wt 279mm W | 216mm H | 10mm T | 454g Wt
Heading West
Life with the Pioneers, 21 Activities
Pat McCarthy
Heading West 
 traces the vivid saga of Native American and pioneer men, women, and children from the colonial beginnings of the westward expansion to the last of the homesteaders in late 20th century Alaska. In many respects, life in the backwoods and on the prairie was similar to modern life-children attended school and had daily chores, parents worked hard to provide for their families, and communities gathered for church and social events. But unlike today, pioneers lived against a backdrop of isolation, harsh weather, disease, and even plagues of locust. And for Native Americans, the westward expansion of settlers posed the most direct threat to their centuriesold cultures. But pioneer life was not all hardship. Settlers were able to build lives and communities, and experience a freedom brought on by new possibilities. Author Pat McCarthy has woven dozens of firsthand accounts from journals and autobiographies of the era to form a rich and detailed story. Readers will find more than 20 activities to help them better understand their pioneering ancestors. Children will churn but...
Pat McCarthy
 is the author of 10 children's books including
Daniel Boone
Henry Ford 
, and
Thomas Paine
, and has written for
Children's Digest 
Author Bio
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