The Land of Enchantments

Author: Enid Blyton




Page: 96

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The ninth classic tale from Enid Blyton's magical Faraway Tree series, with exciting new full-colour illustrations from Alex Paterson - perfect for new readers!In the Land of Enchantments, everything shines and shimmers and moves. But its full of witches, enchanters and goblins, and some not very nice spells!The Magic Faraway Tree has been entertaining readers for more than 75 years. Now these colour short stories offer a great way for a whole host of new younger readers to discover the adventures of Silky, Moon-Face, the Saucepan Man and all of their friends in the Enchanted Wood.

The Land of Enchantment

From Pike's Peak to the Pacific

Author: Lilian Whiting



Category: Southwest, New

Page: 347

View: 761

Enchanted (in the Land of Enchantment)

Author: D. C. Maplesden

Publisher: Lomaland Books


Category: Poetry

Page: 116

View: 632

Thoughts and comments on animals, people and miscellaneous conditions.

Land of Enchantment

Memoirs of Marian Russell Along the Santa Fe Trail

Author: Marion Sloan Russell

Publisher: UNM Press


Category: History

Page: 177

View: 530

Offers one of the few firsthand accounts by a woman of life on the Santa Fâe Trail.

New Mexico Cuisine

Recipes from the Land of Enchantment

Author: Clyde Casey



Category: Cooking

Page: 193

View: 728

Originally published: Santa Fe, New Mexico: Clear Light Publishing, 2009.

Land of Enchantment

Author: Liza Wieland

Publisher: Syracuse University Press


Category: Fiction

Page: 296

View: 933

New Mexico, 1985. Brigid Long Night, a young half-Navajo painter, goes to work as an assistant for the elderly Georgia O’Keeffe. Haunted by the decision to give up her newborn daughter for adoption, Brigid struggles with the direction and inertia of her life. With O’Keeffe’s encouragement, Brigid develops a powerful style, incorporating language and wordplay as well as image in her portrayal of Native American life and her place in it. Atlanta, 1995. Nancy Diamond, an aspiring playwright, encounters Brigid’s work and begins to understand the hidden truths about her own life as the child born of an affair between her white mother and an African American artist. New York City, 2001. Sasha Hernandez enrolls at Columbia University to study filmmaking. She has only recently discovered that her mother, living in Manhattan, is a celebrated painter and sculptor whose work is installed in the sculpture garden at the World Trade Center. In Liza Wieland’s deeply moving novel, these interwoven stories show how art reveals the depth and complexity of human love, in all its betrayals and losses, beauty and redemption

New Mexico

The Land of Enchantment

Author: Weigl Publishing, Inc.

Publisher: Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc.


Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

View: 334

New Mexico: The Land of Enchantment, is a part of the Discover America Series. New Mexico celebrates the people and culture with beautiful images and engaging facts as well as describing the history, industry, environment, and sports that make this state unique.

Scruffy and Muffin in the Land of Enchantment

A Dot-to-Dot Storybook

Author: Anna Pomaska

Publisher: Courier Corporation


Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

View: 323

Travel with Muffin the kitten and Scruffy the puppy to a magical realm and meet fabulous creatures of legend and fantasy. Answers, plus notes on each of the mythic characters.

A Winding Road to the Land of Enchantment

Author: Gerald W. Thomas



Category: Clark County (Idaho)

Page: 270

View: 717

In this book, Thomas recounts growing up on a ranch in Idaho during the Great Depression, playing baseball with Jackie and Mack Robinson, joining the Navy after Pearl Harbor, and serving as a TBM Torpedo Bomber pilot on aircraft carriers in the Atlantic and Pacific.


The Land of Enchantment; Including an Account of Its Romantic History from the Days of Ponce de Leon and the Other Early Explorers and Settlers,and the Story of Its Native Indians; a Survey of Its Climate, Lakes and Rivers and a Description of Its Scenic Wonders and Abundant Animal and Bird Life; and a Comprehensive Review of the Florida of To-day, as a State Important for Its Industries, Agriculture and Educational Advantages as Well as the Unsuprassed and Justly Celebrated Winter Resort of America, with Unparalleled Attractions for Health and Pleasure Seekers, Nature Lovers, Motorists and Sportsmen

Author: Nevin Otto Winter



Category: Florida

Page: 380

View: 876