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A place for eagles by Laurie Paige

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Published by Silhouette in Richmond, Surrey .
Written in English


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StatementLaurie Paige.
The Physical Object
Pagination(256)p. ;
Number of Pages256
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15023778M
ISBN 100373591101
OCLC/WorldCa59941099

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Eliot's book gives a nice overview of the rise, break up, and reconstruction of the Eagles. The book often has a gossipy feel, and is often punctuated by Eliot in the role of sanctimonious rock critic. Eliot's main focus is on the personalities and relationships both within the Eagles and externally with figures such as David Geffen and Irving Azoff/5(). Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. A Place For Eagles by Laurie Paige; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Ranchers, Fiction; Places: Oregon. Many Eagles classics are included in the plus pages heavy song book. Fairly easy to see notations but not as easy as Hal Leonard's song book's. Would like to see singing key to start song, especially on songs unfamiliar. A bit hard to flip pages on several songs with 4, 5 or 6 pages. Just keeping it real. Still a good value for true Eagle fans/5(60). The definitive, unauthorized biography of The Eagles by the New York Times bestselling biographer. To the Limit is the unauthorized account of the group from its earliest years through the breakup, solo careers, and reunions/5.

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  Beginning with a brief look at eagles around the world, the book focuses on the two American species, touching on habitats, food, physiology, flight, behavior, and young. Clear, engaging language defines terms in the text, and then again in a glossary, while boxed “eagle facts” appear on 5/5(3). Launched in , the Young Eagles program has dedicated more than 25 years to giving youth ages 8–17 their first free ride in an airplane. It’s the only program of its kind, with the sole mission to introduce and inspire kids in the world of aviation. Today, more than 2 million young people have enjoyed a free introductory flight through. Souvenir program for the 8th Annual, BC Provincial Convention of the Fraternal Order of eagles held in Vancouver, BC, June , 48pp, photo illustrated, .   Product description. Synopsis. The Eagles are the most popular, enduring rock band in America. With singles and albums hitting the top of the charts for a quarter century and a greatest hits collection that has sold more copies than any other recording in history, the Eagles have entered the pantheon of pop music/5().