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Drummond, David (Narrator)

Overview
Works: 142 works in 497 publications in 1 language and 8,601 library holdings
Genres: Biography  History  Fiction  Pictorial works  Quotations  Biographies  Anecdotes  Popular works 
Roles: Narrator, Author
Classifications: HV883.C2, B
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Publications about David Drummond
Publications by David Drummond
Most widely held works by David Drummond
Empire of the summer moon by S. C Gwynne( Sound Recording )
16 editions published between 2010 and 2016 in English and held by 780 libraries worldwide
A history of the 40-year battle between the Comanche Indians and white settlers, centering on the Comanche chief Quanah
Hope's boy by Andrew Bridge( Sound Recording )
11 editions published between 2008 and 2009 in English and held by 409 libraries worldwide
Relates the author's harrowing family circumstances that led to his placement in the equally daunting foster-care system, and describes how he beat the odds through high academic achievement
Short nights of the shadow catcher : [the epic life and immortal photographs of Edward Curtis] by Timothy Egan( Sound Recording )
6 editions published between 2012 and 2015 in English and held by 350 libraries worldwide
At once an incredible adventure narrative and a penetrating biographical portrait, Egan's book tells the remarkable untold story behind Edward Curtis's iconic photographs, following him throughout Indian country from desert to rainforest as he struggled to document the stories and rituals of more than eighty tribes. His great adventure succeeded in creating one of America's most stunning cultural achievements
The invention of nature : Alexander Von Humboldt's new world by Andrea Wulf( Sound Recording )
7 editions published between 2015 and 2016 in English and held by 280 libraries worldwide
Alexander von Humboldt was an intrepid explorer and the most famous scientist of his age. His restless life was packed with adventure and discovery, whether climbing the highest volcanoes in the world or racing through anthrax-infested Siberia. He came up with a radical vision of nature, that it was a complex and interconnected global force and did not exist for man's use alone. Ironically, his ideas have become so accepted and widespread that he has been nearly forgotten. Now Andrea Wulf brings the man and his achievements back into focus: his investigation of wild environments around the world; his discoveries of similarities between climate zones on different continents; his prediction of human-induced climate change; his remarkable ability to fashion poetic narrative out of scientific observation; and his relationships with iconic figures such as Simn Bolvar and Thomas Jefferson
Follow the river by James Alexander Thom( Sound Recording )
7 editions published in 2010 in English and held by 264 libraries worldwide
Captured by the Shawnee Indians, Mary Ingles escapes and follows the Ohio River for a thousand miles back towards her home in Virginia
Snoop : what your stuff says about you by Sam Gosling( file )
9 editions published between 2008 and 2010 in English and held by 225 libraries worldwide
By exploring our private worlds (desks, bedrooms, even our clothes and our cars), Gosling shows not only how we showcase our personalities in unexpected--and unplanned--ways, but also how we create personality in the first place, communicate it to others, and interpret the world around us
Lions of the West by Robert Morgan( Sound Recording )
6 editions published in 2011 in English and held by 192 libraries worldwide
Traces the lives of 10 Americans who played significant roles in the country's westward expansion
The tell-tale brain : a neuroscientist's quest for what makes us human by V. S Ramachandran( Sound Recording )
8 editions published in 2011 in English and held by 187 libraries worldwide
Ramachandran -- the "Marco Polo of neuroscience"--Reveals what baffling and extreme case studies can teach us about normal brain function and how it evolved. Among the topics he discusses are synesthesia as a window to creativity and autism as a springboard to understanding self-awareness
When you need a lift : but don't want to eat chocolate, pay a shrink, or drink a bottle of gin by Joy Behar( Sound Recording )
10 editions published between 2007 and 2009 in English and held by 180 libraries worldwide
Behar asked 100 of her celebrity friends, associates and role models to share whatever picks them up when they're down in the dumps. As each celebrity offers his or her advice on how to cope with the blues, it soon becomes clear that most of us are driven to find solace in similar activities, regardless of who we are
Kill Bin Laden : a Delta Force commander's account of the hunt for the world's most wanted man by Dalton Fury( Sound Recording )
8 editions published between 2008 and 2009 in English and held by 176 libraries worldwide
Dalton Fury offers an in-depth account of the Battle of Tora Bora and the elite force that was sent on a mission to kill Osama bin Laden
The third coast : [when Chicago built the American dream] by Tom Dyja( Sound Recording )
7 editions published in 2013 in English and held by 156 libraries worldwide
Though today it can seem as if all American culture comes out of New York and Los Angeles, much of what defined the nation as it grew into a superpower was produced in Chicago. Before air travel overtook trains, nearly every coast-to-coast journey included a stop there, and this flow of people and commodities made it America's central clearinghouse, laboratory, and factory. Between the end of World War II and 1960, Mies van der Rohe's glass and steel architecture became the face of corporate America, Ray Kroc's McDonald's changed how people eat, Hugh Hefner unveiled Playboy, and the Chess brothers supercharged rock and roll with Chuck Berry. At the University of Chicago, the atom was split and Western civilization was packaged into the Great Books. In luminous prose, Chicago native Thomas Dyja re-creates the story of the city in its postwar prime and explains its profound impact on modern America
The man who would not be Washington : Robert E. Lee's civil war and his decision that changed American history by Jonathan Horn( Sound Recording )
6 editions published between 2014 and 2015 in English and held by 151 libraries worldwide
The story of why Robert E. Lee, the one soldier who most embodied the legacy of George Washington, chose to fight for the South, a decision that changed American history
Operation Shakespeare : the true story of an elite international sting by John Shiffman( Sound Recording )
5 editions published in 2014 in English and held by 147 libraries worldwide
A narrative account of a national security sting designed to protect U.S. soldiers, sailors, and pilots from enemies armed with American weapons traces the efforts of an elite undercover Homeland Security unit to track down an elusive Iranian broker
House lust : America's obsession with our homes by Daniel F McGinn( Sound Recording )
6 editions published in 2008 in English and held by 142 libraries worldwide
What is it about the rustic beauty of hardwood floors or the luxury of natural stone countertops that turns ordinary people into covetous friends, competitive neighbors, and shameless snoops? In House Lust, Newsweek writer Daniel McGinn takes readers inside the homes---and the psyches---of people all over the country to discover what₂s fueling the national fixation on where and how we live today
Choosing civility : the twenty-five rules of considerate conduct by Pier Massimo Forni( file )
7 editions published in 2011 in English and held by 139 libraries worldwide
Presents twenty-five rules for connecting successfully with others, revealing how to apply each rule to everyday life to make one's own life, as well as the lives of others, more comfortable and fulfilling
The sweet life in Paris : delicious adventures in the world's most glorious--and perplexing--city by David Lebovitz( file )
6 editions published between 2004 and 2012 in English and held by 134 libraries worldwide
An American pastry chef living in Paris shares his deliciously funny, offbeat, and irreverent look at the city of lights. Like so many others, David Lebovitz dreamed about living in Paris ever since he first visited the city in the 1980s. Finally, after a nearly two-decade career as a pastry chef and cookbook author, he moved to Paris to start a new life. Having crammed all his worldly belongings into three suitcases, he arrived, hopes high, at his new apartment in the lively Bastille
On a farther shore : the life and legacy of Rachel Carson by William Souder( Sound Recording )
1 edition published in 2012 in English and held by 134 libraries worldwide
Rachel Carson, founder of the modern environmental movement, began work on her seminal book Silent Spring in the late 1950s, when a dizzying array of synthetic pesticides had come into use. Leading this chemical onslaught was the insecticide DDT. Effective against crop pests as well as insects that transmitted human diseases such as typhus and malaria, DDT had at first appeared safe. But as its use expanded, alarming reports surfaced of collateral damage to fish, birds, and other wildlife. Silent Spring was a chilling indictment of DDT and its effects, and it shocked the public and forced the government to take action despite a withering attack on Carson from the chemicals industry. The book awakened the world to the heedless contamination of the environment and eventually led to the establishment of the Environmental Protection Agency and to the banning of DDT and a host of related pesticides
The tell : the little clues that reveal big truths about who we are by Matthew J Hertenstein( Sound Recording )
5 editions published in 2013 in English and held by 120 libraries worldwide
Matthew Hertenstein reveals that our intuition is surprisingly good at using small clues to make big predictions, and shows how we can make better decisions by homing in on the right details. Drawing on rigorous research in psychology and brain science, Hertenstein explains how to hone our powers of observation to increase our predictive capacities
One man great enough : Abraham Lincoln's road to Civil War by John C Waugh( Sound Recording )
9 editions published between 2006 and 2009 in English and held by 117 libraries worldwide
From his first public denunciation of slavery and debates with Stephen Douglas to his election to the presidency, a study of Lincoln's emergence onto the political scene explores the evolution of his beliefs about democracy, slavery, the Constitution, and the Civil War
Dark summit : the true story of Everest's most controversial season by Nick Heil( Sound Recording )
5 editions published in 2008 in English and held by 115 libraries worldwide
Nick Heil recounts the harrowing story of the deadly and controversial 2006 climbing season on Mount Everest
 
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