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by Kate Ferry,Greg Guirard

  • Author: Kate Ferry,Greg Guirard
  • ISBN: 0962477869
  • ISBN13: 978-0962477867
  • ePub: 1182 kb | FB2: 1114 kb
  • Language: English French
  • Publisher: Friesens; 2nd Edition edition (2001)
  • Pages: 207
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 580
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THE LAND OF THE DEAD GIANTS ePub download

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Born in 1937, Greg Guirard moved, with his extended family, to the western edge of the Atchafalaya . See if your friends have read any of Greg Guirard's books. The Land of Dead Giants.

Born in 1937, Greg Guirard moved, with his extended family, to the western edge of the Atchafalaya Basin in St. Martin Parish  . Greg Guirard’s Followers (2). Greg Guirard.

Includes illustrations by Kate Ferry. Atchafalaya Autumn II. Cajun Families of the Atchafalaya : Their Ways and Words.

Greg Girard (born 1955) is a Canadian photographer whose work has examined the social and physical transformation in Asia's largest cities for more than three decades

Greg Girard (born 1955) is a Canadian photographer whose work has examined the social and physical transformation in Asia's largest cities for more than three decades. His most recent book, Tokyo-Yokosuka 1976-1983, published 2019, completes a loose trilogy of photobooks (along with Under Vancouver 1972-1982 and HK: PM Hong Kong Night Life 1974-1989) that features early work made in the 1970s and 1980s, largely before his professional career began in the late 1980s.

Greg was the father of four grown children, and for 13 years he made his living teaching English in colleges and high .

Greg was the father of four grown children, and for 13 years he made his living teaching English in colleges and high schools. Eventually, he found his passion was for the wilderness he called home, and the people who made their living there. He spent most of his time crawfishing, salvaging ancient cypress logs from the swamp, fighting to save and restore the environment with Atchafalaya Basinkeeper, and writing and publishing books about the people, scenery and wildlife in and around the Atchafalaya Basin.

Publisher:Guirard, Greg. 79 lbs. Related Subjects.

Like New: A book in excellent condition. Cover is shiny and undamaged, and the dust jacket is included for hard covers. Country/Region of Manufacture: Canada. Special Attributes: Illustrated. Author: Greg Guirard. No missing or damaged pages, no creases or tears, and no ting of text or writing in the margins. May be very minimal identifying marks on the inside cover. Very minimal wear and tear.

Greg Guirard (1937–2017) was a photographer and nature writer on the Louisiana’s Atchafalaya Basin and Cajun culture The Land of Dead Giants. A Louisiana Story in English and French

Greg Guirard (1937–2017) was a photographer and nature writer on the Louisiana’s Atchafalaya Basin and Cajun culture. His works were focused on the Atchafalaya landscape, its flora and fauna, and its human population. His life and works were dedicated to nature preservation, inspired by other prominent environmentalists such as Thoreau or John Muir. The book includes texts written by other writers on their experiences on the Basin. Atchafalaya Autumn I. November 30, 2010 by Greg Guirard. A Louisiana Story in English and French. April 28, 2001 by Friesens Corporation.

Tracklist: 1. Land of the Dead 2. Beyond the Blood Moon 3. The Sempiternal Haze 4. The Empyrean Sword 5. The Ancient Disarray 6. Occlude the Gates 7. The Excruciating Journey, Part I: Defiance and Rage 8. The Excruciating. The Excruciating Journey, Part II: The Prodigal Years 9. The Excruciating Journey, Part III: The Awakening 1. Entertainment One . LP, Believe Music (от лица компании "Soulseller Records").

A story about the Atchafalaya Basin of Louisiana, written in English and French. Includes illustrations by Kate Ferry.
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Hi! Well this book was pretty good. Half of the story is in Cajun-french. When I asked the author why he did this, he said it was to help preserve the heritage of Cajun-Louisiana by using this story. The book takes place down on the Bayou in the 1940s. The Guilbeau and the Shellgrave family live a simple life, by farming and bartering. Alexson (age 12) "TiFrere" Shellgrave is the main character. Alexson is on a journey to find out his family history. The most meaningful moral of the story is to preserve the Bayou's trees. VieuxPoP, Alexsons' grandfather used to cut down the Giant thousand year old trees as a source income in the early 1900s and late 1800s. Now understanding what he did, ViuexPoP feels it is his duty to teach Alexson the importance of saving these wonderful trees. A poster saying: "When S. Anderson said 'there are so many sick trees in the forest' he was talking about people. When Jesus said 'the meek will inherit the earth' he was talking about trees." is grandfather VieuxPoP's favorite poster.
In this book there are many fantastic illustrations done by Kate Ferry and many touching photographs done by the author himself, Greg Guirard. Filled with deep thoughts, this book is a great read if you want a warm simple story with a lot of Cajun culture! Overall, I rate this book a 3 out of 5 stars.
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