Novel, The Geyser Girl of Yellowstone Park: The Spirit of Yellowstone... In A Little Child
We are born into life. Surrounded with a vast wealth of animals, plants and minerals, witnesses to the eternal movements of wind and water, and to earth herself in continuous cycle. What examples do these lend us? And how can we give back? Author: Myrtle Brooks. Website: www.myrtlebrooks.com. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Publisher: Black Rose Writing. Email: email@example.com
The author's goal is to educate others, that it is equally essential for us to take care of the earth, as it is to be sustained by her. Tending a place such as Yellowstone is a stewardship not to be taken lightly, and is not reserved for those with uniforms and badges alone.
An infant of unknown origins is discovered alone upon a snowy night in Yellowstone Park.
Adopted by Old Faithful geyser and by a mother buffalo, she gains spiritual ascent through the stories and teachings of her elders.
When her sacred vow to protect Yellowstone’
This is her story, as seen through the eyes of Yellowstone.
As written beneath her yearbook photo, Class of 1970, the expressed lifetime desire of the author known as Myrtle Brooks, is: "to realize the love present in everything."
When not at home or on her job as postal clerk in her beloved Brooklyn, N.Y., she may be found dancing with the big rigs on the interstate as she heads for national parks and places of quiet beauty.
The Geyser Girl of Yellowstone Park had its beginnings when, as a child of ten herself, Ms. Brooks returned home to New York from a road trip West. Having beheld Old Faithful and that vast, legendary "Wonderland,"
Publisher: Black Rose Writing (www.blackrosewriting.com)
Book Catalogue: BRW Books (http://www.blackrosewriting.com/
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Binding: Perfect Bound
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Retail Price: $16.95
Release Date: December 11, 2014