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Gary Paul Nabhan is an ethnobiologist and co-founder of Native Seeds-Search. He won the John Burroughs Medal for nature writing in 1986 for his book Gathering the Desert.

Other books he's authored include The Desert Smells Like Rain: A Naturalist in Papago Indian Country, Enduring Seeds, Counting Sheep, Songbirds, Truffles, and Wolves: An American Naturalist in Italy, The Geography of Childhood: Why Children Need Wild Places, Desert Legends: Re-Storying the Sonoran Borderlands, Cultures of Habitat: On Nature, Culture, and Story, and Coming Home to Eat: The Sensual Pleasures and Global Politics of Local Foods.

He is the co-author of The Geography of Childhood: Why Children Need Wild Places (with Stephen Trimble), Canyons of Color: Utahs Slickrock Wildlands (with Caroline Wilson), The Forgotten Pollinators (with Stephen Buchmann), La Vida Nortena: Photographs of Sonora, Mexico (with David Burckhalter and Thomas Sheridan), State of the Desert Biome: Uniqueness, Biodiversity, Threats, and the Adequacy of Protection in the Sonoran Bioregion (with Andrew Holdsworth), and Efrain of the Sonoran Desert: A Lizards Life in the Sonoran Desert (with Amalia Astorga and Janet Miller).

Nablan has also published more than 60 technical journal articles in numerous fields, including regional studies literature, ecology, conservation biology, linguistics, anthropology, and education, and has authored more than 200 magazine articles, poems, essays, and short stories.

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R. K. Narayan was born in Madras on October 10, 1906, and died May 13, 2001, at the age of 94. As one of the most successful Indians writing in English, he interpreted the life of India for the Western world through his 34 novels and hundreds of short stories. This category deals with Narayans life and literature.
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Edith Nesbit, the daughter of John Collis Nesbit, a schoolmaster, was born on 19th August, 1858. Her father died when died when Edith was only six years old. Despite money problems, Edith's mother managed to educate her daughter in France. Nesbit was a regular lecturer and writer on socialism throughout the 1880s. However she gave less time to these activities after she become a successful children's writer. Her most famous novels include 'The Story of the Treasure-Seekers' (1899), 'The Wouldbegoods' (1901), 'Five Children and It' (1902), 'Phoenix and the Carpet' (1904), 'The New Treasurer-Seekers' (1904), 'The Railway Children' (1906) and 'The Enchanted Castle' (1907). After the death of Hubert Bland in 1914, Edith married again and continued to write children's books. She had published forty-four novels before her death on 4th May, 1924.
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Norman Nicholson, (1914-87) British poet, playwright and critic. He was born in Millom In Cumbria, on the fringe of the Lake District, which he writes about in several of his books such as 'The Lakes' (1977), as well as in his poetry. He was awarded the Queen's Gold Medal for Poetry in 1977, and the OBE in 1981. The 'Times' obituarist called him 'the most gifted Christian poet of the century'.
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Sites containing information on the works and the life of Theodore J. Nottingham. Theodore J. Nottingham is an ordained minister and publisher, and he has authored books in a variety of genres. In addition, he has been a television producer for a number of documentaries and television programs.
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