The Game Warden’s Son, by Steven T. Callan

Awarded “Best Outdoor Book” of 2016 by the Outdoor Writers Association of California The Game Warden’s Son (272 pages), is the new memoir by retired fish and game warden, Steven T. Callan. In a follow-up to his 2013 memoir, Badges, Bears, and Eagles, Callan relates a half century of adventures and investigations from the early…

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tars and Flowers: Informative Talks with Celebrities about Plants by Evelyn Klahre Anderson

Stars and Flowers: Informative Talks with Celebrities about Plants (508 pages), by Evelyn Klahre Anderson, is a collection of interviews that took place in the late ’70s, ’80s and ’90s with famous people from many different professions and walks of life. “A great read for any gardener or nature lover.” Read more …. –Sue Scholz,…

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Fresh Wind & Strange Fire Lyn Fuchs

In Fresh Wind & Strange Fire: One Man’s Adventures in Primal Mexico (138 pages), travel writer Lyn Fuchs takes the reader to the more primitive and elemental regions of his adopted country, providing historical context and cogent and satirical commentary along the way.  Fuchs’ first book, Sacred Ground & Holy Water: One Man’s Adventures in…

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Badges, Bears, and Eagles by Steven T. Callan

Badges, Bears, and Eagles: The True-Life Adventures of a California Fish and Game Warden (240 pages), by Steven T. Callan, is a fascinating and often humorous collection of stories from Callan’s eventful and unusually successful career as a California fish and game warden. “This engrossing memoir by debut author Callan lets readers in on highlights…

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