Books tagged: urban sprawl

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Bees in the Morning
Price: $3.49 USD. Words: 10,170. Language: English. Published: October 7, 2011 by Twisted Root Publishing. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » General, Fiction » Fantasy » Contemporary
Samuel Benson’s life changed the day he found his best bee hive destroyed. When the creatures who have taken over attack him, he thinks he might be losing his mind. After all, they look suspiciously like fairies. Includes:Short Story Brambles and Black Horses.
Welcome to Wynott: Rethinking the Way We've Always Done Things
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 34,050. Language: English. Published: October 12, 2011. Categories: Nonfiction » Social Science » Sociology
With a light touch and a lot of humor, Ray Harris applies fresh thinking to existing systems and structures, and creates a blueprint for a new American urban community, called “Wynott.” Whether an inner-city neighborhood, an aging suburb, or a small town, Wynott can exist in any place where enough people agree to try something different, and commit to making it work.
Penny Pademelon Meets Bandicoot Bob
Price: $5.00 USD. Words: 2,680. Language: English. Published: April 9, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Children’s books » Nature & the Natural World / Environment
Penny Pademelon was born in the Border Ranges in Northern NSW in Australia. Penny has a peaceful life living near the house of artist, Kylie. Penny lives with magpies, Australian Crows, a land mullet, bush turkeys and other animals. She loves her view of Wollumbin (a sacred mountain) and Blue Knob. Urban sprawl is becoming a part of her life as urbanisation of natural landscapes increase.
Vanishing Village: The Struggle for Community in the New West
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 41,810. Language: English. Published: April 11, 2014. Categories: Nonfiction » Social Science » Sociology / Rural, Essay » Sociology
Just a few miles beyond the bright lights of the Las Vegas Strip and the surrounding suburbs, a quiet village vigorously resists the insistent pull of the metropolis. The villagers believe the modern way, the urban way is not necessarily the best way. They want to make their own rules and set their own standards, insisting that one size does not fit all.