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Every Cowgirl Needs Dancing Boots
|Author||: Rebecca Janni|
|Total Pages||: 36|
|Genre||: Juvenile Fiction|
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Nellie Sue is back with brand-new dancing boots and her usual cowgirl flair. She knows that dancing would be more fun with friends, but her new neighbors, the Glitter Girls, would rather pirouette and twirl than hoedown. Nellie decides to throw a Barnyard Bash and invite the whole neighborhood. With her big imagination, Nellie transforms her garage into the perfect place to do-si-do. Soon everyone is joining in, but could a slip, a trip, and a slide cause her big bash to be a big messy flop?
The Dance Boots
|Author||: Linda LeGarde Grover|
|Publsiher||: University of Georgia Press|
|Total Pages||: 172|
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In this stirring collection of linked stories, Linda LeGarde Grover portrays an Ojibwe community struggling to follow traditional ways of life in the face of a relentlessly changing world. In the title story an aunt recounts the harsh legacy of Indian boarding schools that tried to break the indigenous culture. In doing so she passes on to her niece the Ojibwe tradition of honoring elders through their stories. In "Refugees Living and Dying in the West End of Duluth," this same niece comes of age in the 1970s against the backdrop of her forcibly dispersed family. A cycle of boarding schools, alcoholism, and violence haunts these stories even as the characters find beauty and solace in their large extended families. With its attention to the Ojibwe language, customs, and history, this unique collection of riveting stories illuminates the very nature of storytelling. The Dance Boots narrates a century's evolution of Native Americans making choices and compromises, often dictated by a white majority, as they try to balance survival, tribal traditions, and obligations to future generations.
Dancing Shoes and Honky Tonk Blues
|Author||: LuAnn McLane|
|Total Pages||: 308|
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When quirky and klutzy waitress Abilene Harper agrees to be a contestant on a reality TV show called "Dancing with the Rednecks," she becomes America's newest sweetheart and two-steps her way into the heart of her smokin'-hot dance instructor. Original.
Kick Off Your Boots and Read Box Set
|Author||: Carolyn Brown,Kari Lynn Dell,Jennie Marts|
|Publsiher||: Sourcebooks, Inc.|
|Total Pages||: 661|
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Kick off your boots and read a while with these three bestselling cowboy romances! Lucky in Love by Carolyn Brown Hunky rancher "Lucky Beau" Luckadeau accuses spitfire Milli Torres of stealing his prize bull, and...she promptly shoots at him, triggering a neighborly feud that only gets resolved when they discover they share a steamy hot memory from a night long ago... Reckless in Texas by Kari Lynn Dell Outside the rodeo ring, Violet Jacobs is a single mom and the lone voice pushing her family's rodeo production company into the big time. When she hires a hotshot rodeo bullfighter, she expected a ruckus—but she never expected her heart to end up on the line... Caught Up in a Cowboy by Jennie Marts Rockford James was raised as a tried and true cowboy in a town crazy about ice hockey. Rock is as hot on the ice as he is on a horse, and the NHL snapped him up. Now, injuries have temporarily benched him. Body and pride wounded, he returns to his hometown ranch to find that a lot has changed. The one thing that hasn't? His feelings for Quinn, his high school sweetheart and girl-next-door.
Country Western Dance
|Author||: Ralph G. Giordano|
|Total Pages||: 196|
|Genre||: Country dancing|
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A fun, fact-filled, and thoroughly researched journey of country and western dancing from the roots of Western Swing to Hank Williams, the Urban Cowboy two-step of John Travolta, and the nationwide sensation of country line dancing. Country & Western Dance turns the spotlight on a uniquely American form of dance, one that has been scuffing the floorboards for nearly a century but is often overlooked. Fun, lively, and thoroughly researched, this revealing volume tells the full story of country and western dance music from the days of Bob Wills and Tulsa to Oklahoma's Cain's Ballroom to John Travolta and Gilley's of Houston, Texas. Each chapter provides information on the historical roots of the most popular country and western dances as well as the pioneers of the music of a particular era, all in the context of changing cultural, social, political, and economic forces in America. The book also examines the seminal impact of radio, television, and the movies in helping spread the music, the moves, and the good times on the country dance floor. Includes never before published photographs of country and western dancing Offers a detailed bibliography of sources and references including a YouTube reference for dance shows such as "Club Dance," a TNN 1990s favorite
|Author||: Jane K. Cleland|
|Publsiher||: Minotaur Books|
|Total Pages||: 304|
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One of the mainstays of Prescott's Antiques and Appraisals has always been the cheerful and helpful assistant, Gretchen, who turned up unexpectedly just as Josie was setting up shop in New Hampshire. Gretchen has always been so dependable that it seems odd when she doesn't show up for work one day. Surprise soon turns to alarm when a dead body is found in Gretchen's house, with Gretchen the prime suspect. How much does Josie know about Gretchen, anyway? Enough to believe she isn't capable of murder, so Josie, with a crack team of antiques appraisers at her side, sets out to find the real killer and bring Gretchen home safely, no matter the cost.
I Should Have Just Stayed Home
|Author||: Roger Rapoport,Bob Drews,Kim Klescewski|
|Publsiher||: RDR Books|
|Total Pages||: 292|
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Yes, the co-pilot on this morning's flight moonlights as a barber. There was a little explosion outside the lobby of your hotel. One wall of your hotel room just disappeared. The maitre d' was just arrested under the Patriot Act. And there's a gumball flasher showing up in your rear view mirror. Chill, baby. Just sit back, relax and be glad you weren't with...
Catalog of Copyright Entries
|Author||: Library of Congress. Copyright Office|
|Total Pages||: 1736|
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