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Title The RHS Treasury of Garden Verse
Author
Publisher Frances Lincoln
Release 2021-03-23
Category Poetry
Total Pages 128
ISBN 0711263361
Language English, Spanish, and French
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From the RHS comes this compendium of poetry about gardens and garden plants, themes that have provided inspiration for poets since the dawn of time. The poems span many centuries and include the work of such great writers as Wordsworth, Spenser and Shakespeare.

Title Gardens Illustrated
Author
Publisher
Release 2007
Category Gardening
Total Pages
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Roton Point
Author
Publisher Arcadia Publishing
Release 2011
Category History
Total Pages 132
ISBN 9780738574387
Language English, Spanish, and French
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From the 1870s through 1941, Roton Point Park was one of the preeminent attractions along the shores of Long Island Sound. From its shady picnic grove overlooking the water to its sandy beaches, hotel, dance floor, carousel, roller coaster, and midway rides, Roton Point attracted thousands of visitors each season. Damage from the 1938 hurricane and the start of World War II led to the park's closing in 1941, and Roton Point was divided into two private beach clubs and a public beach. Some of the old buildings remain, including the bathhouse, hotel, and gazebo at Roton Point, and the roller-coaster entry at Bayley Beach.

Jefferson County by Carole Briggs

Title Jefferson County
Author Carole Briggs
Publisher Arcadia Publishing
Release 2017
Category History
Total Pages 128
ISBN 1467127205
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Situated among the rolling hills of north central Pennsylvania, Jefferson County was formed in 1804. Brookville became the county seat in 1830 by virtue of its location at the confluence of the North Fork Creek and Sandy Lick Creek, forming Redbank Creek, and its centrality in the more than 1,000 square miles that comprised the original county. Settlers timbered, farmed, and rafted products to market when water was high. With the completion of the Allegheny Valley low-grade railroad in 1874 and the Buffalo, Rochester & Pittsburgh Railroad in 1882, mining dominated the area. Rail transportation made possible the development of glass, iron, silk, sheet metal, clothing, and furniture factories. During World War II, several companies manufactured materials in support of the Allies. Today, timbering flourishes, as do the powdered metal and glass container industries. The Allegheny National and Cook forests to the north and historic Brookville, Punxsutawney Phil, and the nationally renowned Coolspring Power Museum all attract many tourists.

Title The Garden
Author
Publisher
Release 2000
Category Botany
Total Pages
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Chosen Forever by Susan Richards

Title Chosen Forever
Author Susan Richards
Publisher Soho Press
Release 2008-06-01
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 288
ISBN 1569476861
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The New York Times–bestselling author of Chosen by a Horse shares tales of both hardship and success—and her unexpected love story. “Richards reflects on how rich life becomes when one travels her own best path. Orphaned early in life, Richards struggled to connect with the world until a horse named Lay Me Down taught her how to trust another creature and to love deeply. These hard-learned lessons became her emotional bedrock. As she chronicles her travels across the country to promote her very successful Chosen by a Horse, she is stoically honest about her battles with anxiety and alcoholism. Book tours are far from glamorous, and Richards allows her readers a rare glimpse into what goes through the mind of a nervous author as she wipes sweaty palms on her black trousers on the way to the podium to read. But she does meet her future husband, Dennis Stock, along the way. A talented photojournalist, he gently and determinedly woos her, believing that fate brought them together. Richards writes more courageously than she perhaps realizes, and each page of this uplifting book will touch a chord in everyone who enjoyed her first book.” —Booklist “Far better than a book tour chronicle has any right to be . . . While her observations about later-in-life love are spot-on, the heart of Richards’ book is how she comes to accept herself as a worthwhile author, despite crushingly low self-esteem.” —Publishers Weekly “Her descriptions of her pets will make any animal lover smile. And for anyone who thinks they’re too old, too damaged or too afraid to take a risk and enter in a relationship with someone, this book is a breath of fresh air.” —Curled Up with a Good Book

Journal of the Royal Horticultural Society by Royal Horticultural Society (Great Britain)

Title Journal of the Royal Horticultural Society
Author Royal Horticultural Society (Great Britain)
Publisher
Release 1908
Category Botany
Total Pages
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Vols. for 1846-55 include Proceedings at meetings of the society.

Title Garden Life
Author
Publisher
Release 1911
Category Gardening
Total Pages 666
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title The Complete Works of W H Auden Poems Volume I
Author W. H. Auden
Publisher Princeton University Press
Release 2022-06-14
Category Poetry
Total Pages 848
ISBN 069121929X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The first of two volumes of the eagerly anticipated first complete edition of Auden’s poems—including some that have never been published before W. H. Auden (1907–1973) is one of the greatest poets of the twentieth century, and his reputation has only grown since his death. Published on the hundredth anniversary of the year in which he began to write poetry, this is the first of two volumes of the first complete edition of Auden’s poems. Edited, introduced, and annotated by renowned Auden scholar Edward Mendelson, this definitive edition includes all the poems Auden wrote for publication, in their original texts, and all his later revised versions, as well as poems and songs he never published, some of them printed here for the first time. This volume traces the development of Auden’s early career, and contains all the poems, including juvenilia, that he published or submitted for publication, from his first printed work, in 1927, at age twenty, through the poems he wrote during his first months in America, in 1939, when he was thirty-two. The book also includes poems that Auden wrote during his adult career with the expectation that he might publish them, but which he never did; song lyrics that he wrote to be set to music by Benjamin Britten, but which he never put into print; and verses that he wrote for magazines at schools where he was teaching. The main text presents the poems in their original published versions. The notes include the extensive revisions that he made to his poems over the course of his career, and provide explanations of obscure references. The second volume of this edition, Poems, Volume 2: 1940–1973, is also available.

Title The Orchid Review
Author
Publisher
Release 1911
Category Orchids
Total Pages
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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