6 edition of California, the Golden State found in the catalog.
Illustrations and text present the history, geography, people, politics and government, economy, and social life and customs of California, which is the most populous of the fifty states.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 46) and index.
|Statement||by Scott Ingram ; curriculum consultant, Jean Craven.|
|Series||World Almanac Library of the states|
|LC Classifications||F861.3 .I54 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||48 p. :|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||2001046989|
California: Living + Eating is a glorious celebration of Californian food, looking at its history and origins and journeying through the state’s varied landscape, from Sonoma’s rolling vineyards to the deserts of Palm Springs, via the foodie hotspots of San Francisco and Los Angeles. Over 80 recipes capture the heart of the Californian spirit, with chapters covering a bright array of sweet. Haslam divides the state into five regions, selecting prose and poetry from each that reflects their history, terrain, and culture. Many Califonias features sixty-seven authors ranging from Jack London to Maxine Hong Kingston, making it the most diverse general-interest anthology available.
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The novel beautifully depicts the golden light of California, the smell of the fescue grasses, the thinness of the air, and the way that Daphne and Honey often feel overwhelmed by the scale of the spaces they find themselves in/5(57).
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Daphne is written with such a strong sense of feeling, it /5(). California Crackup is the first non-fiction work since Seabiscuit to successfully lure me away from my evening novel.
It's a real-life mystery thriller that unravels the twisted skein of California's political mess in clear, fast-paced by: 7. It's rare fiction that puts you inside the head of a character the way 'Golden State' does - - and it's an even rarer book that can bring a social taboo like mental illness + the way families struggle to hide its impact from themselves until its too late - to the fore the way this novel does; 'Golden California shows how the impact of our earliest connections in life resonate in /5.
Golden State is a novel set in San Francisco. It is about a woman named Julie and it takes place when Californians are voting whether or not California should secede from the United States. Julie is also involved in a hostage crisis/5.
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It’s the story of two obsessions: McNamara’s obsession with the criminal, and whatever abhorrent /5(K). This book written as a Writers' project of the WPA, remains a valuable reference to anyone interested in the state of California.
Handsomely illustrated, comprehensive, excellently written. The sub-collection of books from the Federal Writers' Project at the Prelinger Library sub-collection at the Internet Archive is a rich resource of other Pages: California: Living + Eating is a glorious celebration of Californian food, looking at its history and origins and journeying through the state's varied landscape, from Sonoma's rolling vineyards to the deserts of Palm Springs, via the foodie hotspots of San Francisco and Los Angeles/5(30).
"GOLDEN STATE is a powerful, riveting and heartfelt novel, an ode to San Francisco and to the fierceness of the human spirit." Ellen Sussman, bestselling author of The Paradise Guest House "I hadn't read such a gripping, bittersweet, moving novel in ages.
Golden State sweeps you up, whisks you away and doesn't let you go till the very end/5(68). McNamara's coining of the Golden State Killer moniker credited as heightening awareness of the uncaught killer that operated throughout California.
With her book two-thirds completed, McNamara died in her sleep on Ap at the age of 46 due to an accidental prescription drug overdose in conjunction with : Michelle McNamara.
California, the Land of Promise, where everything seems possible, the dreamer's paradise where Asian philosophy meets runaway technology, the place which has seized and held the imagination of the world since the days of the Gold Rush. James D.
Houston traversed its length and breadth and documented the habitat of a dream.4/5. The book “I’ll Be Gone in the Dark" by writer Michelle McNamara helped re-energize interest in the decades-cold case of the Golden State Killer, who terrorized California in a. Describing the history, culture, and roadside attractions of the s, the WPA Guide to California Alive with the exuberance, contradictions, and variety of the Golden State, this Depression-era guide to California is more than pages of information that is, as David Kipen writes in his spirited introduction, “anecdotal, opinionated, and altogether habit-forming.”/5.
In his own distinctive way, Ben H. Winters explores the same theme in his tenth book, Golden State, a hybrid science fiction mystery novel.
Golden State is set at some undetermined time in the near future following a catastrophic attack on the /5(72). To heighten awareness that the uncaught killer operated throughout California, crime writer Michelle McNamara coined the name "Golden State Killer" in early  The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and local law-enforcement agencies held a news conference on Jto announce a renewed nationwide effort, offering a $50, reward for his capture.
Other names: East Area Rapist, Original Night. The Book Michelle McNamara Wrote Before She Died Includes 'Letter To The Golden State Killer' "I can't help feeling that somewhere, in her final pages, she left enough clues to put California's worst serial killer behind bars," widower Patton Oswalt : David Lohr.
“A terrific book. Cataloging the multiple, inter-locking political elements that caused the collapse of governance in California, the two veteran political writers draw these pieces together into a lucid framework that offers not only a clear diagnosis, but also a serious prescription for what ails the not-so-Golden State.
Heroes of California; The Story of the Founders of the Golden State as Narrated by Themselves or Gleaned from Other Sources book. Read reviews from world. Michelle McNamara, shown inwrote a book about the Golden State Killer that her husband, Patton Oswalt, helped get published after she died.
(Matt Sayles/AP) General assignment reporter. Y ears ago, true-crime author Michelle McNamara became obsessed with the Golden State Killer. She began writing a book that laid out the chilling details of the cold case that haunted California Author: Alix Langone. Since late more than fifty percent of the babies born in California have been Latino.
When these babies reach adulthood, they will, by sheer force of numbers, influence the course of the Golden State. This essential study, based on decades of data, paints a vivid and energetic portrait of Latino society in California by providing a wealth of details about work .