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Campfire Stories:

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This remarkable book is a rousing celebration of our shared heritage as people of the land.

(James Edward Mills, author of The Adventure Gap and founder of the Joy Trip Project)For those

who enjoy stories and the great outdoors, this collection is going to be a real gift. The writing

throughout is engaging and the selection of works is diverse and rich. (Rosi Hollinbeck Tulsa Book

Review)This is a lovely, well put-together gem of a book. It is not just another collection of ghost

stories or tales of killer bears, meant to terrorize youngsters around a campfire, but a mature,

reflective look at six of our national parks. (Patrick Cone National Parks Traveler)An engaging,

entertaining, unique and simply fascinating read from cover to cover, 'Campfire Stories: Tales from

America's National Parks' is exceptionally well written, organized and presented, making it an ideal

and unreservedly recommended addition to community, college, and university library collections,

as well as the personal reading lists of anyone who has ever experienced America's national parks

for themselves -- or would like to! (Margaret Lane Midwest Book Review)Campfire Stories: Tales

from Americaâ€s National Parks is a perfect book for, as the title says, telling stories (and

poems) in the outdoors around the campfire.... This book truly would make a nice gift for those

who love to go camping and for those who enjoy stories. The book is cloth-bound, gift-quality, and

will surely be appreciated! (Anne Kelly's Thoughts on Things)Focused on six of our most iconic

National Parks, the myths, legends, historical accounts, and essays compiled in [Campfire Stories]

are perfect for reading aloud, preferably around a campfire. This well-rounded book presents the

spirit of these lands. (Terry Tempest Williams, author of The Hour of Land: A Personal Topography

of America's National Parks)Dave and Ilyssa Kyuâ€s collection of essays, poetry, short stories,

and songs, Campfire Stories: Tales from Americaâ€s National Parks (Mountaineers Books,

$21.95), brings together the work of well-known writers like Bill Bryson, Terry Tempest Williams,

John Muir, and Isabella Bird with pieces from the oral tradition of indigenous people, and lesserknown

chroniclers of nature and adventure. (Erin H. Turner Big Sky Journal)The very fetching

hardcover Campfire Stories: Tales from Americaâ€s National Parks ($22) catalogues great

stories from parks-goers present and past (many are culled from pioneer diaries, or have been

passed down through generations of Indigenous adventurers) with engaging and entertaining

things to say about the legends, histories, fauna, and heroes of beloved parks including Acadia,

Great Smoky Mountains, Zion, Rocky Mountains, Yellowstone, and Yosemite. Itâ€s the perfect

present for the giftee who loves a good campfire, a good tale, and unique insights into the parks

they love. (Katie O'Reilly Sierra)If you want a chunk of quick reads, Dave and Ilyssa Kyu have


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