S and dune pony nesbit troy. Sand Dune Pony by Troy Nesbit ¡ OverDrive (Rakuten OverDrive): eBooks, audiobooks and videos for libraries 2019-01-26

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Sand dune pony : a Troy Nesbit mystery (Book, 1991) [fentonia.com]

s and dune pony nesbit troy

Notwithstanding the fact that the books were written in the 1950s, the progressive Franklin Folsom alias Troy Nesbit had refreshing views of women, Native Americans, and the environment, and he was prescient in having his characters often oppose corporate and government efforts to develop wilderness areas. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The recurrent themes of the books in the Wilderness Mystery Series are natural phenomena—caves, canyons, mountains, sand dunes, and forests—and a sense of the past as seen through archaeology. The recurrent themes of the books in the Wilderness Mystery Series are natural phenomena—caves, canyons, mountains, sand dunes, and forests—and a sense of the past as seen through archaeology. Folsom was a fairly prolific author, mainly of children's adventures and mysteries, but also quite a few non-fiction titles.

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Sand Dune Pony a Troy Nesbit Mystery by Nesbit Troy

s and dune pony nesbit troy

Pete and an old cowboy by the name of Hatsy get to the bottom of the mystery as they come across the remains of long-dead humans and the bodies of slain animals. Pete and an old cowboy by the name of Hatsy get to the bottom of the mystery as they come across the remains of long-dead humans and the bodies of slain animals. Dust jacket quality is not guaranteed. In many of the narratives, events of long ago are seen to have left traces of their passing. In doing so, he makes this 60-year-old classic feel fresh and new.

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Sand Dune Pony

s and dune pony nesbit troy

Sand Dune Pony is a lot harder to get hold of elsewhere. Bookseller: , Washington, United States. Apparently his wife also collaborated with him on many of his books. We Know How To Pack Books. The author of over eighty books under various names, he was also an avocational anthropologist and wrote several scholarly books on Native Americans of the American Southwest. In many of the narratives, events of long ago are seen to have left traces of their passing. In hindsight, the choice was serendipitous, as the plot involves an archeological discovery, and said son is now a grown-up archeologist.

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Troy Nesbit: Sand Dune Pony (ePUB)

s and dune pony nesbit troy

Very Good- in Good+ dust jacket. Troy Nesbit was a nom de plume of the late Franklin Folsom, a graduate of the University of Colorado and Rhodes Scholar at Oxford in 1928. Spine has been repaired with clear tape. Bookseller: , Ohio, United States Rinehart Publishers, Roberts, 1991. At the center of the story is a sinister individual who is seemingly dedicated to causing random harm. Have no clue, now, if his writing was good or poor, but the mysteries got my attention and I could hardly get my chores done on a day I was reading something like this. There is a lot of excitement awaiting him, not the least in catching and taming his very own wild pony! At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less.

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Sand Dune Pony

s and dune pony nesbit troy

This was the book I chose at random. Title page has been repaired with tape. Narrator Ted Barker sits tall in the saddle as he lets loose a cast of Wild West characters, his voice moving from character to character—from the wise old codger to the nasty rustler to the boy who is learning the ways of mountain trails and sandstorms. At the center of the story is a sinister individual who is seemingly dedicated to causing random harm. I love horses, and this story was the perfect horse mystery.

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s and dune pony nesbit troy

Folsom was a Rhodes Scholar and graduated from the University of Colorado. I couldn't help reading the whole thing in one night ;D. Front inner hinge is cracked but binding is tight, pages are toned. Sure, It's a child's book, and I found in my mom's stuff from when she was a kid, but it's lighthearted and super fun to read. . At the center of the story is a sinister individual who is seemingly dedicated to causing random harm. Sand Dune Pony None Troy Nesbit Sand Dune Pony is the story of a boy named Pete and a wild mustang pony set in what is now Great Sand Dunes National Park in Colorado.

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Troy Nesbit aka Franklin Folsom

s and dune pony nesbit troy

In this adventure, Joey and friend Pee Wee think they have discovered treasure! The next day, the book was finished and I was doing my work a little more responsibly, but already scanning my dad's shelves for my next fix. The spine may show signs of wear. Pete and an old cowboy by the name of Hatsy get to the bottom of the mystery as they come across the remains of long-dead humans and the bodies of slain animals. In many of the narratives, events of long ago are seen to have left traces of their passing. As well as writing over 80 books, he also worked as a guide in the Rocky Mountains.

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Sand Dune Pony by Troy Nesbit ¡ OverDrive (Rakuten OverDrive): eBooks, audiobooks and videos for libraries

s and dune pony nesbit troy

Notwithstanding the fact that the books were written in the 1950s, the progressive Franklin Folsom alias Troy Nesbit had refreshing views of women, Native Americans, and the environment, and he was prescient in having his characters often oppose corporate and government efforts to develop wilderness areas. Barker treats this 1952 novel about a Chicago teen who yearns for his own horse with the easy affection of a cowpoke moseying up to the chuck wagon. Glossy hardboards, illustration of a horse fighting against a cowboy's rope. Notwithstanding the fact that the books were written in the 1950s, the progressive Franklin Folsom alias Troy Nesbit had refreshing views of women, Native Americans, and the environment, and he was prescient in having his characters often oppose corporate and government efforts to develop wilderness areas. The recurrent themes of the books in the Wilderness Mystery Series are natural phenomena—caves, canyons, mountains, sand dunes, and forests—and a sense of the past as seen through archaeology. By the fourth chapter, he was hooked.

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