The Seven Secrets Of Somewhere Lake: Animal Ways That Inspire And Amaze
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The Seven Secrets Of Somewhere Lake: Animal Ways That Inspire And Amaze (Living Forest #7)

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The Seven Secrets of Somewhere Lake is one of the best books that have come from the pen of this popular author, photographer, lecturer and naturalist.

In the summer Sam and Giny plan to make a movie film of the Grand Canyon country. This year, they say, there are to be no baby animals taken in to be cared for. No sooner do they make this resolve than fate dooms it, with s

Published (first published 2003)
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Sam Campbell (1895-1962) has been cited the finest ever in writing about nature, forest, and wildlife. Sam, the genial "philosopher of the forest", was known to more families and young people than any other author-lecturer. Hundreds of schools and audiences demanded his return year after year.
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