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Chief Yellow Horse Lives On!: And Other Stories of Arizona Places and Peopleby Lisa S Heidinger
Synopses & Reviews
Visitors to Arizona often find the people here as unforgettable as the landscape. Author and third generation native Arizonan Lisa Schnebly Heidinger compiled 52 vignettes about Arizonans and where they live. They're sure to inspire and soothe you. If you read one story a week, in a year's time you will discover a unique people and beloved geography. We know you won't wait that long to meet for yourself some of the famous and obscure treasures from the Arizona road. Critics say the author, "not only observed people and places, but also traveled with them ... to better understand what makes them as they are." We all know characters that help us take a look at who we are. Author Lisa Schnebly Heidinger writes about those characters and leaves readers wide-eyed at a new perspective.
Book News Annotation:
The great-granddaughter of Sedona Schnebly, the namesake of the town, tells stories from her childhood and her years as a reporter in the southwestern state. They are arranged by month, and each begins with a photograph.
Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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