All the Wild That Remains
Edward Abbey, Wallace Stegner, and the American WestBook - 2015
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Here's what we loved this year. Best books: Amanda B. rounded up a list of the Oro Valley Library's favorite books of the year. Our YA librarians let customers guide them in making this list of the best teen reads of 2015. Jessica P. shared her intimidatingly long list of five star books of 2015. The Seed Library team picked books for all ages to include in their best seedy reads. Susan… (more)
Cheers! Chill evening breezes have cooled the fiery deserts, there’s snow on the mountains and the year has drawn to a close: it’s time to look back on the many books that came our way in 2015. The days have been full of great reading – more than 180 Southwest-oriented titles crossed our desk this year, and we’re delighted to share our favorite titles with this publication. At the top of e… (more)
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PimaLib_NormS Dec 13, 2016
The author travels to places that were important to noted writers and environmentalists, Wallace Stegner and Edward Abbey, in an effort to understand what the future of West might be like.
Top Pick for Southwest Book of the Year 2015
David Gessner brings alive writers Edward Abbey and Wallace Stegner in this personal, literary, road trip meditation on the state of the American West. ALL THE WILD THAT REMAINS visits locations that influenced the work of Stegner and Abbey and revisits places that featured in Gessner’s own perso... Read More »
PimaLib_SWBooks Nov 24, 2015
Selected by Helen Woodhams as a Southwest Books of the Year 2015 Top Pick.
PimaLib_SWBooks Dec 04, 2015
A Southwest Books of the Year 2015 Top Pick, selected by Bill Broyles