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Michael Wallis

Michael Wallis

·3.98·3,492 Ratings
“ Sorrow prepares you for joy. It violently sweeps everything out of your house, so that new joy can find space to enter. It shakes the yellow leaves from the bough of your heart, so that fresh, green leaves can grow in their place. It pulls up the rotten roots, so that new roots hidden beneath have room to grow. Whatever sorrow shakes from your heart, far better things will take their place. ” ― Rumi
Authors' Books
  • Mankiller: A Chief and Her People

    2000·
    ·4.01·462 Ratings
    In this spiritual, moving autobiography, Wilma Mankiller, former Chief of the Cherokee Nation and a recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom, tells of her own history while also honoring and recounting the history of the Cherokees. Mankiller's life
  • Route 66: The Mother Road

    2001·
    ·4.02·188 Ratings
    America's Main Street is celebration, Michael Wallis hit the road again, revisiting people and places that made the Mother Road on American icon, and uncovering new treasures. A love letter and a tribute, Route 66: The Mother Road takes us on an unforgett
  • Billy the Kid: The Endless Ride

    2007·
    ·3.72·454 Ratings
    Award-winning historian Michael Wallis has spent several years re-creating the rich, anecdotal saga of Billy the Kid (1859–1881), a deeply mythologized young man who became a legend in his own time and yet remains an enigma to this day. With the Gilded
  • The Art of Cars

    2006·
    ·4.36·249 Ratings
    In the tradition of the Toy Story films; A Bug's Life; Monsters, Inc.; Finding Nemo; and The Incredibles comes the newest film from Pixar, Cars, the story of a race car who learns that it's not all about the fast lane. In fact, life begins at the off-ramp
  • David Crockett: The Lion of the West

    2011·
    ·3.69·510 Ratings
    His name was David Crockett. He never signed his name any other way, but popular culture transformed his memory into "Davy Crockett," and Hollywood gave him a raccoon hat he hardly ever wore. Best-selling historian Michael Wallis casts a fresh look at the
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