Henry Holt and Co. Complete Catalogue Oct 2016

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    The Doodle Book of Feel Good A Doodle/Coloring Book for All Ages Charise Mericle Harper Canada, Charise Mericle Harper
    9781250120830 Paperback GAMES & ACTIVITIES / Coloring Books Age (years) from 12 - 18 On Sale Date: January 03, 2017
    $17.99 CAD 8.51 x 10.06 x 0.36 in | 128 pages Carton Quantity: 28 Canadian Rights: Y Henry Holt and Co. BYR Paperbacks
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      A coloring book of encouraging quotes for all ages that promotes creativity and positive thinking.

      This black-and-white coloring book features 62 original pieces of unique doodle artwork, each with an encouraging quote for everyday inspiration and a touch of humor make this a fresh addition to the popular genre. Each page is perforated, making it easy to frame and display the finished art work.

      A Christy Ottaviano Book

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      Charise Mericle Harper is author/illustrator of many bestselling picture books, middle grade and young adult novels/series, as well as graphic novels and comics, includingAlien Encounter,Super Sasquatch Showdown, andHenry's Heart. chariseharper.com
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      Praise for Books by Charise Harper: "Funny and sweet and never too clever." - The Horn Book on Alien Encounter "Big-hearted, fast-paced, and deadpan . . . succeeds to great effect." - Publishers Weekly on Alien Encounter "* A genius pairing of fiction and nonfiction." - Kirkus Reviews, starred review on Henry's Heart
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    9780805000306 Paperback HUMOR / Form On Sale Date: September 15, 1982
    $24.99 CAD 5.53 x 8.23 x 0.66 in | 240 pages Carton Quantity: 44 Canadian Rights: Y Holt Paperbacks
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      With tongue pressed firmly in cheek and a gentle but penetrating eye for human foibles, Patrick F. McManus celebrates the hidden pleasures, unappreciated lore, and opportunities for disaster to be found in the recreations of camping, hunting, and fishing in his hilarious collectionThey Shoot Canoes, Don’t They?

      Gathered here for the reader’s edification are such treasures as the true but little known story of the discovery of the efficacy of live bait by Genghis Khan’s chef, an examination of the precarious and perhaps fanatical expertise required for ice fishing, and a consideration of the circumstances that can cause a deer to ride a bicycle.

      Among additional topics explored are The Crouch Hop and Other Useful Outdoor Steps, The Sensuous Angler, and Psychic Powers for Outdoorsmen. Included, too, is The Hunter’s Dictionary, an invaluable lexicon that helps the novice sportsman understand such arcane terminology as “Ooooooeee-ah-ah-ah! (If there’s one thing I hate, it’s putting on cold, wet pants in the morning)” and “Baff mast pime ig bead feas mid miff pife! (That’s the last time I try to eat peas in the dark with myhunting knife!)”

      The author’s appreciation of outdoor life began in his early boyhood, when he absorbed a wealth of improbable information imparted by the old woodsman Rancid Crabtree, “who bathed only on leap years.” Young McManus also enjoyed special adventures with his ill-remembered sidekick, Retch Sweeney, and another boon companion of days gone by, the loquacious family dog, Strange, whose exploits as a hunter were limited to assaulting stray chickens and on one memorable occasion a skunk.

      “McManus here follows upA Fine and Pleasant Misery with a collection of sketches that launches him into the front ranks of outdoor humorists.”—Library Journal

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      Patrick F. McManus (1933-2018) is the author of novels, plays, and more than a dozen collections of his humor columns fromOutdoor Life and other magazines. There are nearly two million copies of his book in print, including his bestselling The Shoot Canoes, Don't They?;The Night the Bear Ate Goombaw; andA Fine and Pleasant Misery.
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      “Patrick McManus is a treasure.” —The Atlantic

      “Everybody should read Patrick McManus.” —The New York Times Book Review

      “A style that brings to mind Mark Twain, Art Buchwald, and Garrison Keillor.” —People

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    Series: Bill O'Reilly's Legends and Lies
    Bill O'Reilly's Legends and Lies: The Civil War David Fisher
    9781250109842 Hardcover HISTORY / United States On Sale Date: June 06, 2017 Print Run: 750000
    $49.00 CAD 7.82 x 9.58 x 1.07 in | 368 pages Carton Quantity: 12 Canadian Rights: Y Henry Holt and Co.
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      The newest installment in theNew York Times#1 bestselling companion series to the Fox historical docudrama,Bill O’Reilly’sLegends and Lies;The Civil Waris a pulse-quickening account of the deadliest war in American history

      From the birth of the Republican Party to the Confederacy’s first convention, the Underground Railroad to the Emancipation Proclamation, the Battle of Gettysburg to the assassination of Abraham Lincoln,Bill O’Reilly’s Legends and Lies: The Civil War reveals the amazing and often little known stories behind the battle lines of America’s bloodiest war and debunks the myths that surround its greatest figures, including Harriet Tubman, Abraham Lincoln, General Robert E. Lee, Frederick Douglass, Stonewall Jackson, John Singleton Mosby, Ulysses S. Grant, Jefferson Davis, John Wilkes Booth, William Tecumseh Sherman, and more. An epic struggle between the past and future, the Civil War sought to fulfill the promise that “all men are created equal.” It freed an enslaved race, decimated a generation of young men, ushered in a new era of brutality in war, and created modern America. Featuring archival images, eyewitness accounts, and beautiful artwork that further brings the history to life,The Civil War is the action-packed and ultimate follow-up to the #1 bestsellersThe Patriots andThe Real West.

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      Bill O'Reilly's success in broadcasting and publishing is unmatched. The iconic anchor of The O'Reilly Factor led the program to the status of the highest rated cable news broadcast in the nation for sixteen consecutive years. His website BillOReilly.com is followed by millions all over the world.

      In addition, he has authored an astonishing 12 number one ranked non-fiction books including the historical "Killing" series. Mr. O'Reilly currently has 17 million books in print.

      Bill O'Reilly has been a broadcaster for 42 years. He has been awarded three Emmy's and a number of other journalism accolades. He was a national correspondent for CBS News and ABC News as well as a reporter-anchor for WCBS-TV in New York City among other high profile jobs.

      Mr. O'Reilly received two other Emmy nominations for the movies "Killing Kennedy" and "Killing Jesus."

      He holds a history degree from Marist College, a masters degree in Broadcast Journalism from Boston University, and another masters degree from Harvard's John F. Kennedy School of Government.

      Bill O'Reilly lives on Long Island where he was raised. His philanthropic enterprises have raised tens of millions for people in need and wounded American veterans.


      David Fisher is the author of more than twenty New York Times bestsellers. His work has also appeared in most major magazines and many newspapers. He lives in New York with his wife and two sons.

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    Tyrannosaurus Sue The Extraordinary Saga of Largest, Most Fought Over T. Rex Ever Found Steve Fiffer
    9780716794622 Paperback SCIENCE / Philosophy & Social Aspects On Sale Date: May 01, 2001
    $24.99 CAD 6 x 9 x 0.61 in | 272 pages Carton Quantity: 30 Canadian Rights: Y W. H. Freeman
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      Over 65 million years ago in what is now South Dakota, a battle-scarred Tyrannosaurus rex matriarch—perhaps mortally wounded in a ferocious fight—fell into the riverbed and died. In 1990 her skeleton was found, virtually complete, in what many have called the most spectacular dinosaur fossil discovery to date.

      And then another battle began - a "survival of the fittest" free-for-all involving commercial dinosaur hunters, gun-toting law officers, an ambitious federal prosecutor, a Native American tribe, jealous academics, an enterprising auction house, major museums, and corporate giants, all making their claim for the dinosaur named Sue. Before it was over, there would be claims and counterclaims; charges of checkbook-polluted science, criminal larceny, and vengeful prosecutions; and devastating prison terms. And the gavel would come down on the largest-ever ($8.36 million) auction price tag for a fossil, paid by Chicago's Field Museum, with help from Disney and McDonald's.

      Capturing the whole range of characters and issues embroiled in the fight for Sue, author Steve Fiffer communicates both the excitement over Sue's discovery and the motivations, maneuverings, and absurdities of the various forces attempting to control her destiny.

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      Steve Fiffer is a lawyer, journalist, and author. With his wife, Sharon, he has co-edited three anthologies of original essays by contemporary writers—Home, Family, and Body (McKay, David). Fiffer is the author ofThree Quarters, Two Dimes and a Nickel: A Memoir of Becoming Whole (Free Press, 1999). He is co-author, with celebrated civil rights attorney Morris Dees, of A Season for Justice (Scribners) andHate Trial (Villard)—a 1993New York Times Notable Book of the Year. His personal essays and features have appeared inThe New York Times Magazine,Chicago Tribune Sunday Magazine, and theMidwesterner. He and his wife live with their three children in Evanston, Illinois.

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      “A short, racy nonfiction narrative, one that combines the history of science (dinosaur paleontology) with the dramatic twists of a legal thriller . . . . Fiffer's thorough account should prove irresistible to readers with even a marginal interest in the legendary lizards – or in the less-sexy topics raised by this particular find, from Upper Midwest tribal disputes to pretrial publicity and the conduct of persecutions.” —Publishers Weekly

      “Witty, clear-eyed and down-to-earth. . . . I recommend highly that you read [Tyrannosaurus Sue] as the opening act to the museum extravaganza. It will help you understand how the museum (and its corporate partners, McDonald's and Disney) came to pay $8.36 million for a pile of rocks.” —Chicago Sun-Times

      “Fiffer keeps the reader engrossed by sprinkling personal information, historical perspective, and scientific tidbits into his narrative . . . Virtually anyone with an interest in dinosaurs, paleontology, conspiracy theories, courtroom dramas, or the struggle of a little guy against incredible odds should enjoyTyrannosaurus Sue.” —BookPage

      “Professionals, armchair paleontologists, and those of us who never outgrew our childhood fascination with dinosaurs will enjoy this excursion into the recent history of a fine fossil specimen . . . . Fiffer's text is jargon-free and riveting, but his tale is sobering.” —Fatbrain.com

      “A mind-boggling account of what can happen when you dig up some dinosaur bones.” —Parade Magazine

      “This book is...witty, clear-eyed and down-to-earth. I recommend highly that you read it.” —Chicago Sun-Times Book Week

      “In the hands of Steve Fiffer, Sue's story comes alive as a darkly fascinating, Kafkaesque tale. It is exciting and entertainingly informative, as a biography of a single fossil (Sue) and as a history of paleontology steeped in all its eccentricities and schoolboy wonder.” —Chicago Tribune

      “A riveting tale, well-written and just unsettling enough to provoke thought and discussion.” —Amazon.com

      “Fiffer recounts these events in compelling detail. Highly recommended.” —Library Journal

      “A century after the Great Bone Wars of Cope and Marsh hit the headlines, Sue emerged from the earth--only to become embroiled in another fin de siecle fossil fiasco. Steve Fiffer relates Sue's fascinating story with flair, and with sensitivity to those who took part in the saga.” —Blake Edgar, editor of Dinosaur Digs and co-author of From Lucy to Language

      “A blow-by-blow account for the struggle for control of the world's most famous dinosaur – a real tour de force!” —Kenneth Carpenter, Department of Earth Sciences, Denver Museum of Natural History

      “Steve Fiffer has written a lively, must-read book that untangles the complexities of the "story of Sue" for all of those interested in something that can never happen again. Or could it?” —Philip J. Currie, Curator of Dinosaurs at the Royall Tyrrell Museum of Palentology in Alberta

      “For more than 65 million years, Sue rested in her Cretaceous coffin. She awoke to a world of legal battles and rivalry as fierce in their way as anything she faced when alive. Steve Fiffer tells her compelling story as well as it could be told. This book is a must for anyone with even the slightest interest in the interplay between science and the law.” —Dr. James L. Powell, President and Director, Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History and author of Night Comes to the Cretaceous

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    Series: Puppy Academy
    Pip and the Paw of Friendship Gill Lewis, Sarah Horne
    9781250092854 Paperback JUVENILE FICTION / Animals Age (years) from 7 - 9 On Sale Date: March 21, 2017 Print Run: 35000
    $8.50 CAD 5.08 x 7.7 x 0.35 in | 128 pages Carton Quantity: 60 Canadian Rights: Y Henry Holt and Co. BYR Paperbacks
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      Meet the students at Puppy Academy—a team of plucky puppies learning to be working dogs.

      Pip is friendly, patient, and loyal—that's why he's training to be a service dog! The only thing standing in his way is his one weakness: if a ball is thrown, he has to chase it.

      When Pip gets assigned to a young girl in a wheelchair, he can't wait to meet her. But will she like her new companion? And will Pip prove himself a worthy assistance pup?

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      Gill Lewis spent much of her childhood in the garden. When she grew up, she became a vet and a children's author. She lives in Somerset, England, with her husband and three children and writes from a tree house in the company of squirrels.

      Sarah Horneis a versatile illustrator whose work has appeared in children's books, advertisements, and newspapers throughout the UK. She is also the writer and illustrator of the original series Molly & Mimi. Sarah lives in London.

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      Praise forScout and the Sausage Thief:

      "Scout's good-humored, kidlike adventures are . . . an accessible read." —Kirkus Reviews

      "Although the easy language puts it into the 'beginner chapter book' category, the ideas are complex enough to keep a young reader stimulated."The Pigeon Pair and Me blog

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    Seeds, Bees, Butterflies, and More! Poems for Two Voices First Edition Carole Gerber, Eugene Yelchin
    9780805092110 Hardcover JUVENILE NONFICTION / Animals Age (years) from 4 - 8 On Sale Date: February 05, 2013 Print Run: 20000
    $26.99 CAD 10.3 x 10.38 x 0.4 in | 32 pages Carton Quantity: 36 Canadian Rights: Y Henry Holt and Co. (BYR)
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      A honeybee and a bumblebee have a chat.
      A rose offers a worm a bit of its compost.
      A mouse assures a root of its importance.

      These fun rhyming poems for two voices are blooming, bursting, and buzzing with personality. Eugene Yelchin's stunning illustrations beautifully accent Carole Gerber's unusual conversations. Together, they offer a close-up view of the plant and insect worlds, with an amazing amount of information about them.

      All around us, under our feet, thousands of interactions and transformations are taking place. This book gives the reader a chance to listen in.

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      Carole Gerber has written many children's books, as well as several books for adults. She received her BS in English education from Ohio State, and after two years teaching middle and high school English returned to earn an MA in journalism. She has also worked as a marketing director, magazine editor, and freelance writer of textbooks, articles, and speeches. She lives in Powell, Ohio.

      Eugene Yelchin is a Russian-born author and illustrator. In 2006 he received the Tomie dePaola award, and in 2010 the National Jewish Book Award. He is also the illustrator ofWon Ton: A Cat Tale Told in Haikuand the author/illustrator ofBreaking Stalin's Nose, which received a Newbery Honor. He lives with his wife and children in Topanga, California.

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      “An appealing blend of classic botanical intricacy, retro design charm, and freewheeling and airy modernity.” —BCCB

      “A pleasing introduction to plant biology with cross-curricular appeal.” —Kirkus Reviews

      “The airy poems are pleasing...” —Publishers Weekly

      “Yelchin's bright, graphite and gouache illustrations are almost impressionistic; they catch the eye and complement the text well. This collection will educate youngsters while showing them a fun way to read poetry.” —School Library Journal

      “The science is solid and the dual voicing makes these poems ideal for classroom performances.” —Booklist

      “* Heartwarming.” —Booklist, starred review on Won Ton

      “* Perfect pussycat poetry.” —Kirkus Reviews, starred review on Won Ton

      “* Will steal the hearts of readers young and old.” —School Library Journal, starred review on Won Ton

      “* This brief novel gets at the heart of a society that asks its citizens, even its children, to report on relatives and friends. Appropriately menacing illustrations by first-time novelist Yelchin add a sinister tone.” —The Horn Book, starred review on Breaking Stalin's Nose

      “The blend of play, science, poetry, and art is beautiful.” —Booklist on Winter Leaves

      “Image-packed poetry. . . . A great introduction to the season.” —School Library Journal on Leaf Jumpers

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    Series: Marty Frye, Private Eye
    Marty Frye, Private Eye The Case of the Missing Action Figure Janet Tashjian, Laurie Keller
    9781250116611 Hardcover JUVENILE FICTION / Mysteries & Detective Stories Age (years) from 6 - 8 On Sale Date: June 27, 2017 Print Run: 40000
    $22.99 CAD 5.75 x 8.25 x 0.5 in | 96 pages Carton Quantity: 48 Canadian Rights: Y Henry Holt and Co. (BYR)
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      Broken into three short stories of poetry and petty crime, this charming chapter book will have young readers in search of a rhyme in no time. Book 1 in the Marty Frye series!

      Marty Frye is not your ordinary sleuth. Marty Frye is a poet detective--he makes up rhymes as he solves small crimes. When his friend Emma's diary is missing, Marty is on the case. When Katie's flour is nowhere to be found, Marty tracks it down. And when the brand-new Action Chuck figures mysteriously vanish from the toy store, Marty unravels the mystery. Will there ever be a case too hard for Marty to solve? Or a word too impossible to rhyme?

      Broken into three short stories of poetry and petty crime, this charming chapter book will have young readers in search of a rhyme in no time.

      A Christy Ottaviano Book

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      Janet Tashjian is a middle-grade and young adult novelist who’s been writing books for children for over two decades. Her first novelTru Confessions was made into a critically acclaimed Disney TV movie starring Clara Bryant and Shia LaBeouf.The Gospel According to Larry series is a cult favorite andFault Lineis taught in many middle and high schools. Her bestselling My Life As a Book series is illustrated by her son, Jake. They also collaborated on the Einstein the Class Hamster series.

      Janet collaborated with fellow Macmillan author Laurie Keller on the chapter book series Marty Frye, Private Eye. Janet currently lives in Los Angeles and made her new home city the setting of the Sticker Girl series, which details the adventures of Martina who overcomes being shy with the help of her magical stickers that come to life.

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      "The cadence of Marty's rhyming dialogue is somewhat infectious, and hasthe added benefit of helping young readers tackle unfamiliar (but rhyming)words. . . . A fun and bouncy young kids' book, that's sure to appeal with its big kids' look."--Kirkus Reviews
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    Series: Book of Storms Trilogy
    The Book of Storms Ruth Hatfield, Greg Call
    9780805099980 Hardcover JUVENILE FICTION / Fantasy & Magic Age (years) from 10 - 14 On Sale Date: January 27, 2015 Print Run: 25000
    $19.50 CAD 5.72 x 8.47 x 1.25 in | 368 pages Carton Quantity: 20 Canadian Rights: Y Henry Holt and Co. (BYR)
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      Eleven-year-old Danny O'Neill has never been what you'd call adventurous. But when he wakes the morning after a storm to find his house empty, his parents gone, and himself able to hear the thoughts of a dying tree, he has no choice but to set out to find answers. He soon learns that the enigmaticBook of Storms holds the key to what he seeks . . . but unraveling its mysteries won't be easy. If he wants to find his family, he'll have to face his worst fears and battle terrifyingly powerful enemies, including the demonic Sammael himself.
      In the beautifully imagined landscape of Ruth Hatfield'sTheBook of Storms, magic seamlessly intertwines with the everyday, nothing is black and white, and Danny is in a race against time to rescue everything he holds dear.

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      Ruth Hatfield is a sometime archaeologist, sometime technician who lives in Cambridge, England. When she's not writing or digging or making circuit boards, she spends her time belting around on a bike and roaming the countryside on her cantankerous horse.The Book of Storms is her first book.
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      Kirkus Reviews Best Books of the Year 2015, Long-listed
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      “The gripping pace and complex moral musings pair with a setting that is so vividly described that it becomes a character itself. Readers will eagerly anticipate the next volume in this anticipated trilogy.” —BCCB

      “The extraordinary comes out from hiding behind the ordinary in Hatfield's debut novel . . . This fanciful book brings new awareness of the natural world.” —VOYA

      “*Confident storytelling lays a solid foundation for Book 1 of this original middle-grade fantasy trilogy . . . A powerfully conceived and executed story that adds a wholly original element to the fantasy genre.” —Kirkus Reviews, STARRED REVIEW

      “* Hatfield doesn’t shy from depicting violent deaths or the occasional bit of gore, but the story is never gratuitous—the frights are just enough to keep readers’ hearts racing as they read late into the night.” —Publishers Weekly

      “Readers will truly root for the protagonist and find very relatable characteristics within the villainous Sammael...The true beauty of this tale lies in the personification that runs throughout the entirety of the novel.” —School Library Journal

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    Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Thea Feldman, Erwin Madrid
    9781250123237 Board book JUVENILE FICTION / Holidays & Celebrations Age (years) from 4 - 8 On Sale Date: October 04, 2016
    $15.99 CAD 9 x 10.69 x 0.44 in | 22 pages Carton Quantity: 28 Canadian Rights: Y Henry Holt and Co. (BYR)
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      TheRudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer television special first aired on December 6, 1964. Over fifty years later, it is still a beloved Christmas classic—capturing the heart and wonder of generations of fans.

      Now available in a sturdy board book edition, this richly illustrated story is perfect for families to share by the holiday fire!

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      Thea Feldman has written many popular children's books, including the My Readers about Harry Cat and Tucker Mouse,Suryia and Roscoe, and the Green Earth Honor BookThe Tiger Cubs and the Chimp.

      Erwin Madrid has been a visual development artist for theShrek franchise and theMadagascar sequel and done conceptual art for the video gameUncharted: Drake's Fortune.

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      Rudolph is actually doing better as it ages. - The New York Times "Still retains its charm and all-ages appeal decades after its original broadcasts." -MovieReport.com "Rudolph glows ('like a light bulb!') for CBS." - Entertainment Weekly "CBS's traditional airing of "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" scored 12.2 million viewers last week, beating out all other holiday fair . . . Nielsen said." -Associated Press
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    Never Sniff A Gift Fish Patrick F. McManus
    9780805000313 Paperback HUMOR / Form On Sale Date: September 15, 1984
    $23.50 CAD 5.96 x 8.22 x 0.6 in | 224 pages Carton Quantity: 68 Canadian Rights: Y Holt Paperbacks
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      More humerous observations and insights into the agonies and ecstacies of hunting, fishing, and camping by the author ofThey Shoot Canoes, Don't They?and other celebrations of life in the wild.

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      Patrick F. McManus (1933-2018) is the author of novels, plays, and more than a dozen collections of his humor columns fromOutdoor Life and other magazines. There are nearly two million copies of his book in print, including his bestselling The Shoot Canoes, Don't They?;The Night the Bear Ate Goombaw; andA Fine and Pleasant Misery.
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      “Patrick McManus is a treasure.” —The Atlantic

      “Everybody should read Patrick McManus.” —The New York Times Book Review

      “A style that brings to mind Mark Twain, Art Buchwald, and Garrison Keillor.” —People

      “The funniest writer around today.” —Atlanta Journal-Constitution

      “McManus captures the innocence most of us lose when we become grown-up, and reading him you can't help recalling similar times and events in your own life.” —Booklist

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