Popham's writing style is crisp, clean, and beautiful. Every word on the page is absolutely necessary - nothing is wasted.
Popham's writing style is crisp, clean, and beautiful. In one particularly exciting section, I found myself wanting to read faster - to skim through it - but I didn't dare! I would have missed too much. Even if you think you don't like coyotes, this book is well worth reading. It's not a "talking dog" story, but rather one in which the characters - both canine and human - come to life.
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. When the local water is poisoned by mine tailings, Brand X, a clever coyote living in the southwestern desert.
Skywater – e-kirja kirjailijoilta Melinda Worth Popham. Lue tämä kirja käyttämällä Google Play Kirjat ‑sovellusta tietokoneella tai Android- tai iOS-laitteella. Lataa offline-lukemista varten, korosta, lisää kirjanmerkkeihin tai kirjoita muistiinpanoja lukiessasi kohdetta Skywater. Publishers Weekly With dramatic urgency and imaginative tenderness, Melinda Popham has given the world a painful, poetic, and delightfully unpredictable story that pulsates with hope and healing meaning. Al Young, California Poet Laureate Emeritus Rich with poetic resonance.
Publishers Weekly With dramatic urgency and imaginative tenderness, Melinda Popham has given the world a painful, poetic, and delightfully unpredictable story that pulsates with hope and healing meaning. The Seattle Times A daring and visionary tale. dares to tell us what a coyote thinks and sees and feels and dreams.
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Loved this book for years. com User, August 31, 2006. It is a lovely and brilliant book.
Skywater - Melinda Worth Popham. When the burlap bag was empty, he held it upside down and shook it, as if grimly proving full money’s worth had been given. Then he flung down the limp gunnysack, stomped back to the breezeway, and rammed his beat-up, old sailor’s hat down so hard onto the nail that it poked clear through. Slouching down on the car seat, he ripped the cellophane off a cinnamon ball, tossed it in his mouth, and bit right through it.
Author Melinda Worth Popham and associated works, including books, articles, and essays. Finally finished Melinda Worth Popham's captivating memoir titled "Grace Period: My Ordination to the Ordinary. The riveting stories and the masterful way the.