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Appalachian Springby Marcia Bonta
Synopses & Reviews
Marcia Bonta is a naturalist-writer who has lived on a 500-acre mountain-top farm in central Pennsylvania for twenty years. Appalachian Spring is her personal account of that glorious spectacle - the coming of the spring to the woods and fields of Appalachia.
Book News Annotation:
Offers a foundation in the fundamentals of what fourth-generation languages are, how they are used, and what factors contribute to their successful use. Includes case studies, design techniques, and realistic applications. Available from Southwestern. A micro-natural history of central Pennsylvania.
Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Includes bibliographical references (p. 179-183) and index.
About the Author
Marcia Bonta is a freelance nature writer and the author of, in addition to her Appalachian seasons books, Outbound Journeys in Pennsylvania, More Outbound Journeys in Pennsylvania, Women in the Field, American Women Afield (editor), and Escape to the Mountain. She has written more than three hundred magazine articles for such publications as Birder's World, Bird Watcher's Digest, Living Bird, and Hawk Mountain News. She writes Pennsylvania Outbound Journeys for the Family” for Pennsylvania Wildlife and "The Naturalist's Eye" for Pennsylvania Game News. She is a popular lecturer on nature and nature writing.
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