The Valley 101 Great Big Book of Life

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American Traveler Press, Nov 1, 2004 - Humor - 180 pages
A collection of oddly informative columns by The Arizona Republic's Clay Thompson. The first book, Valley 101: A Slightly Skewed Guide to Living in Arizona, was all things Arizona. This time around, we've brought together the best of the best, much of which has absolutely nothing to do with the Grand Canyon state except for the origin of the question (and sometime not even that). Chapters include Plants/Animals/Bugs, Arizona, Human Body, Weather/Science, and Miscellaneous. If you are a fan of Clay, you have to get ahold of this book. It'll make you laugh!

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About the author (2004)

Daily columnist for The Arizona Republic.
Former daily columnist for The Phoenix Gazette.

Often referred to as "the Will Rogers of Arizona," Marshall Trimble grew up in the small cattle-shipping and railroad community of Ash Fork, Arizona. Attributing the homespun humor of his stories and books to his small-town roots, Trimble has authored more than a dozen books, and his stories and cowboy poems have appeared in such magazines as "Arizona Highways, Western Horseman", and "The American Cowboy".

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