Michael Burns - Fiction - 2001 - 387 pages
Set in rural Vermont during the 1968-69 academic year, this is the story of one man's desperate effort to salvage his life. He returns to the place of his birth after an ...
Michael Burns - Fiction - 2008 - 218 pages
The Kings of Innocence details Roy McGraths return to his small Massachusetts town, where he reunites with his childhood friends Mark and Jay. At twenty-four, the young men are ...
Michael Burns - Global warming - 1994 - 316 pages
In the year 2006, the earth's climate suddenly becomes hotter & it's evident to scientist Jonathan Holmes that the earth is in the grip of a powerful runaway greenhouse effect ...
Ed Marquand, Michael Burns - Nature - 1990 - 120 pages
Shows nearly one hundred butterfly species from Asia, Indonesia, India, Africa, and South America, and explains why many of them are threatened with extinction
Michael Burns - Poetry - 1994 - 56 pages
A collection of poems that deals with such topics as wildflowers, motorcycles, Indian burial sites, and family