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Following Their Westward Star

Oral History of Arizona's Verde Valley and Red Rock Country

by F. Ruth Jordan Van Epps

 USD $20.00


Humorous Romance

Spreading Wings in Paradise

by Janie Maximick

USD $7.98


A Humorous Romance

- The Sequel

A Short Engagement in Paradise

by Janie Maximick

USD $9.95


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The Theft of the Anasazi Pots

by Martin Garaway

USD $12.50


ARIZONA PUPPET PATERNS

 

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Southwestern Animal

Milk Jug Puppet

Patterns

by Linda Brittain

 

 

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Southwestern Paper Plate Puppet Patterns

 by Linda Brittain

 

 

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Pop-Up Puppet Patterns

by Linda Brittain


ARIZONA

Greeting Cards

Breathtaking Arizona Views by Photojournalist, Carroll Bennett

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BENNETT ARIZONA CARDS

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Blank Cards with exquisite paintings of animals by Nature Painter
Phyllis Karow-Trella



TRELLA WILDLIFE CARDS

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Arizona Books for Children

 

NAVAJO Children's Story

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ASHKII and his Grandfather

ASHKII y el Abuelo

A Spanish/English book about a Navajo boy and his grandfather

by Margaret Kahn Garaway

USD $10.00

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The Old Hogan

A book about the changing culture of Native Americans

By Margaret Kahn Garaway

USD $10.00

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Phoenix: 

Hot & Cold

There are times when you might say that Phoenix, Arizona is a little backward. No, I don't mean behind the times, we're just the opposite of what you might expect. My friends in the Northeast wear gloves in the winter, to keep their hands warm. In Phoenix, I keep a pair handy in the summer. How else are you going to open a hot door handle, put on a seatbelt with a metal clasp without a permanent belly brand, turn the key and touch the steering wheel when it's 110º in the shade? Gloves are the answer! Summer is also the time of year we keep blankets handy. Blankets in July prevent third degree thigh burns simply by tossing a blanket over the car seat. A blanket is essential for covering a car seat if you are transporting small children. My sweaters come out in the summer too! Not for our "dry heat", but for the air conditioning!! Grocery stores, restaurants and theaters here are so cold, I wear more sweaters in July than I do in December! Now you see what mean when I say Phoenicians are backward!


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Mother Lode

The Ultimate Collection of Ideas for Keeping Kids Busy

by Kas Winters

Over 5,000 ideas for tots through teens

USD $30.00


 

Easy-to-Make

A Wild West Bib

 

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Using a washcloth and a western work handkerchief you can zip-up a cowboy bib in a short time. Fold the handkerchief in a triangle and insert the washcloth as shown above. Use a sewing machine to stitch the washcloth in place. That's it! If you're feeling creative  you could appliqué a sheriff's star or embroider the baby's name on the bib. Choose any colors you like. These bibs are really absorbent and BIG so they catch most of the mealtime mess. Best yet, they are simple to launder--what could  be easier to clean than a washcloth and a handkerchief.  The handkerchief ties around the baby's neck or you could add pieces of Velcro™ for a fast put-on and take-off.


 


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