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A Biography of Lady Bird Johnson
Code: L0048
Author: Rose Houk
Publisher: Western National Parks Association
ISBN: 9781583690611
Soft cover: 48 pages, 6" x 9".

Member Price: $4.23
Non-Member Price: $4.95

Throughout her long life, Mrs. Lyndon Baines Johnson has embraced challenge and adventure. With strength, independence, and intelligence, she has upheld causes that have become her trademark, working tirelessly for conservation and education, in particular. In her home state of Texas, her adopted home of Washington, D.C., and across the nation, we can see the affects of this work. It’s visible from national parks in California to the world-renowned wildflower center that bears her name in Texas. A Biography of Lady Bird Johnson gives us a thoughtful look at the life of this influential and graceful woman. Brief and informative, the book weaves together her biography with archival images. Author Rose Houk traces Lady Bird’s life both before and after marrying Lyndon Baines Johnson, and Houk shows us Mrs. Johnson’s metamorphosis into a public figure in her own right. This book follows every role—daughter, single young woman, mother, widow—and shows how this gracious lady has left her mark. ^~Author: Rose Houk^~Publisher: Western National Parks Association ^~ISBN: 9781583690611 ^~Soft cover: 48 pages, 6" x 9".

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Heart's Home: Lyndon B. Johnson's Hill Country
Code: H0285
Author: Rose Houk
Publisher: Western National Parks Association
ISBN: 9780911408669
Soft cover: 32 pages, 8½" x 11".

Member Price: $2.52
Non-Member Price: $2.95

Flavor of the Hill Country: Texas-German Recipes from the Sauer-Beckman Living History Farm
Code: F0130
Author: Randolph Jorgan
Publisher: Western National Parks Association
ISBN: 9781877856020
Soft cover: 60 pages, 8.5" x 10".

Member Price: $2.14
Non-Member Price: $2.50
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