Item description for Minnesota Waterfalls by Steve Johnson & Kenneth Belanger...
Waterfalls are some of nature's most fascinating treasures. Minnesota Waterfalls is your guide to 70 falls throughout the state just waiting for you to explore. Clear, accurate directions show you the way, while concise notes and gorgeous color photos introduce you to the wonders in store for you.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 6.75" Height: 9.75" Weight: 1.05 lbs.
Release Date Mar 30, 2007
Publisher Trails Books
ISBN 1931599807 ISBN13 9781931599801
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More About Steve Johnson & Kenneth Belanger
MICHAEL ST. LAWRENCE & STEVE JOHNSON are partners and cofounders of Outsell, a sales training and consulting business. Before they founded the business, St. Lawrence was vice president of product development and national accounts at Dale Carnegie. Steve Johnson was in the sales training field for 10 years and also worked at Dale Carnegie. Their clients include Merrill Lynch, Pacific Bell, Blue Cross, Dean Witter, The Trane Company, and The Money Store.
Steve Johnson currently resides in Minneapolis, in the state of Minnesota. Steve Johnson was born in 1960.
Reviews - What do customers think about Minnesota Waterfalls?
Somewhat disappointing Sep 24, 2007
This book is a survey of Minnesota waterfalls, giving pretty much equal time to each section of the state.
Therein lies the first problem - all but a handfull of Minnesota's most important waterfalls lie within a few miles of Lake Superior, so I am not sure of the validity of the premise of the book. Too many of the waterfalls listed here are really insignificant, even if the locales themselves may be very lovely.
Secondly, the authors write in a very flowery style, often resorting to repeating the same cliched phrases. I know some readers will find this vivid and appealing, but to me it is distracting and irritating. The trick for a book like this is to find the right balance between dry commentary and "purple prose."
The North Shore waterfalls of Minnesota merit a book of their own, and indeed they have one in another book, Waterfalls of Minnesota's North Shore, by Eve and Gary Wallinga, which is admirably informative and very well written.