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Author: Unknown
Publisher: Forgotten Books
Keywords: land, purple
Number of Pages: 304
ISBN-10: 1451016433
ISBN-13: 9781451016437

Author: Edgar Saltus
Publisher: Forgotten Books
Keywords: purple, imperial
Number of Pages: 238
Published: 1925
ISBN-10: 1440052123
ISBN-13: 9781440052125

Author: Edgar Fawcett
Publisher: Applewood Books
Keywords: linen, fine, purple
Number of Pages: 498
Published: 2010-08-19
ISBN-10: 1429044896
ISBN-13: 9781429044899

Author: Zane Grey
Publisher: Arc Manor LLC
Keywords: sage, purple, riders
Number of Pages: 199
Published: 2008-09
ISBN-10: 1604502908
ISBN-13: 9781604502909

The classic Zane Grey that established the modern western tradition. Please visit for other great westerns at incredible prices.

Author: Zane Grey
Publisher: Arc Manor LLC
Keywords: trail, rainbow
Number of Pages: 187
Published: 2008-08
ISBN-10: 1604502770
ISBN-13: 9781604502770

The outstanding sequel to Zane Grey's masterpiece, "Riders of the Purple Sage." Please visit for more great Westerns at great prices.

Author: Dan Wetzel
Publisher: Purple Sneakers Studio
Keywords: benny
Number of Pages: 13
Published: 2011-01-28
ISBN-10: 0982595808
ISBN-13: 9780982595800

Join Benny on an adventure into an imaginary world! Benny escapes the doldrums of a rainy day by imagining himself as a variety of different things: From rocket ships to dinosaurs, nothing is off-limits! Brightly colored, playful illustrations guide you through Benny's adventure. A fresh, original story with humor, depth and a fabulous new cartoon character with heart. An excellent choice for the reluctant reader.

Author: Daniel I. Axelrod
Publisher: University of California Press
Keywords: western, nevada, flora, mountain, purple, miocene
Number of Pages: 120
Published: 1995
ISBN-10: 0520097971
ISBN-13: 9780520097971

In this study, nine florules from the Chloropagus Formation near Fernley, Nevada, are dated at 14.7-13.4 million years. The author finds that dominant mixed conifer forest and sclerophyll woodland species of the Sierra Nevada-Klamath region replaced exotic deciduous hardwoods in the two lowest sites. He concludes that this change reflects the loss of adequate summer rain as upwelling from a colder ocean resulted from spreading East Antarctic ice.
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