9 edition of The danger tree found in the catalog.
Originally published: Toronto : Macfarlane Walter & Ross, c1991.
|LC Classifications||CT309.G66 M34 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2001026083|
The Manchineel tree is the most dangerous tree in the whole world. This deadly tree is a part of the species Hippomane mancinella and is a flowering plant. The name of the tree has Spanish origins and comes from the word manzanilla, which means “little apple”. Danger Tree Service, North Shuswap, BC. 30 likes. Servicing the North Shuswap since
The Danger Tree was Macfarlane’s first book and it won the Canadian Author’s Association award for non-fiction, while also becoming a best-seller in this country, the U.K. and the U.S. It was re-released under its new title, presumably to separate it from the award-winning Broadway musical of the same name. Introducing the first Magic Tree House® Super Edition—and Jack and Annie’s most dangerous mission ever! With a longer story and additional facts and photographs, this thrilling, first Super Edition in the Magic Tree House series is an adventure no reader will want to miss! The magic tree house has taken Jack and Annie back in time to England in
Danger in the Darkest Hour was written by Mary Pope Osborne and illustrated by Sal Murdocca and published by Random House in The book is dedicated to Osborne's father, Colonel William P. Pope, who fought in the Second World War. It is the first Super Edition of the Magic Tree House Series. Plot Jack and Annie use the tree house to arrive. The danger tree: Memory, war, and the search for a family's past by David Macfarlane and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at
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It occurs to me that The Danger Tree is a book one should read immediately after Robert Graves' Goodby to All That. For MacFarlane adds dimensions of time and distance to the soldier's pain. MacFarlane is a fine writer, but Graves was a great one.
Still, the two books sit comfortably together on my shelves. A brilliant book/5(12). The danger tree book THE DANGER TREE was met with enormous acclaim when it was first published, garnering rave reviews from critics and readers alike.
The danger tree book in a new edition featuring an introduction by Giller Prize–nominated author Lisa Moore, David Macfarlane’s memoir tells the story of his mother’s family, the Goodyears of Newfoundland/5(12). The Danger Tree is the first novel in Olivia Mannings Levant Trilogy which follows directly on from her Balkan Trilogy that I re-read with such relish last year.
The Danger Tree is every bit as compelling as those first three novels. Enormously intelligent, it is, at times, a no holds barred account of the war in /5. “The Danger Tree,” sees the Pringles now in Egypt; having fled Greece at the end of the “Balkan Trilogy,” As before, the move has not seen them any more settled – there are constant rumours of the planned evacuation of Cairo and the city seems to have become the, /5(2).
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The Danger Tree: Memory, War, and the Search for a Family's Past by David Macfarlane Award-winning author and journalist David Macfarlane was born and raised in Hamilton, Ontario, "an unexceptional place" in his own words; "Up-Along," as it was.
Introducing the first Magic Tree House® Super Edition—and Jack and Annie’s most dangerous mission ever. With a longer story and additional facts and photographs, this thrilling, first Super Edition in the Magic Tree House series is an adventure no reader will want to miss.
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"The Danger Tree is absolutely riveting: an extraordinary mixture of history, memory, fiction, and technique that succeeds at every level. I was touched, I was exhilarated, and I was thrilled to read a book that has risen to the challenge of recording Canada's past, the past in all our hearts.".
DAVID MACFARLANE has won numerous National Magazine and National Newspaper Awards. His memoir of Newfoundland,The Danger Tree, won the Canadian Authors Association Award for Non-Fiction,and his novel,Summer Gone, was a finalist for the Giller Prize and won the Chapters/Books in Canada First Novel Award.
The Danger Tree Danger Tree site and replica. The Danger Tree had been part of a clump of trees located about halfway into No Man's Land and had originally been used as a landmark by a Newfoundland Regiment trench raiding party in the days before the Battle of the Somme.
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The Magic Tree House Danger in the Darkest Hour By: Mary Pope Osbone Jack and Annie set off into another adventure.
This adventure is very scary and sad as it takes us through the journey of the end of WW2. The day before D-Day, in this Historical Fiction book, Osbone does a wonderful job at bringing to life the emotions and fears the people faced during this time period/5.
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It occurs to me that The Danger Tree is a book one should read immediately after Robert Graves' Goodby to All That. For MacFarlane adds dimensions of time and distance to the soldier's pain. MacFarlane is a fine writer, but Graves was a great one. Still, the two books sit comfortably together on my shelves.
A brilliant book/5(11). A member of the spurge family, the world´s most dangerous tree is the manchineel (Hippomane mancinella) of the Florida Everglades and the Caribbean sap that its trunk exudes is so poisonous and acidic that the merest contact with human skin causes a breakout of blisters, and blindness can occur if it touches a person´s eyes.
Paperback. Condition: Very Good. The Levant Trilogy: The Danger Tree; the Battle Lost And Won; the Sum of Things: "Danger Tree", "Battle Lost and Won" and "Sum of Things" (Penguin Twentieth Century Classics S.) This book is in very good condition and will be shipped within 24 hours of ordering.
The collection was on display at the National Army Museum from November until January Ahead of the lanch, Assistant Director of Collections and Programme, Ian Maine, says: "The National Army Museum is delighted to host The Danger will offer innovative ways to experience and understand the realities of war through a captivating series of different media.Get this from a library!
The danger tree: a novel. [Olivia Manning] -- Having fled a Europe overrun by Hitler, Guy and Harriet Pringle live a precarious existence in Cairo.
Also newly arrived is Simon Boulderstone, a young officer. For each of them there is. "[David Macfarlane’s] Newfoundland memoir, The Danger Tree, is easily one of the most readable and beautifully written books to emerge from Canada in recent years." —Mordecai Richler, Saturday Night "The Danger Tree is a masterpiece.
David Macfarlane is an architect of the past, building extraordinary memory mansions in which the reader Reviews: 8.