Gregory McNamee - Social Science - 2000 - 142 pages
“We travel the world,” writes Gregory McNamee, “and wherever we go there are snake stories to entertain us.” Here are some fifty diverse and unusual accounts of serpents from ...
Gregory McNamee - Nature - 2000 - 161 pages
In this collection of essays, McNamee presents a startlingly beautiful vision of the miracles of nature and the dangers that humans present to their continuation.
Gregory McNamee - Social Science - 2004 - 107 pages
For 2,500 years, adults and children alike have been listening to the stories of Aesop. Originating in the folk wisdom of rural Asia Minor, these popular fables have been ...
Gregory McNamee - Fiction - 2002 - 139 pages
Once upon a time, an Apache story tells us, the trickster called Coyote killed a bear so that he could make a suitable quiver for his magical arrows. "You shouldn’t have done ...
Gregory McNamee - Cooking - 2007 - 194 pages
Explores the natural history of 30 of the world's major food plants, explaining why and how they have been important in human history.