Books written by Bucklins, or books written about Bucklins
Many Bucklins have been authors. Many books mention Bucklins. This page lists only some of the authors and books.
I’ll Ask My Grandmother, She’s Very Wise
by Kristen J. Ingram
This book was born in celebration of the wisdom, love, compassion, beauty, and tenderness that is a grandmother. Combining delightful poetry, Scripture, quotes, and testimonies from adult grandchildren about their own grandmothers, I’ll Ask My Grandmother is a gift book woven on the loom of real life. Illustrated by Lisa Peterson. Buy at Amazon
Angel in the Senate
by Kristen J. Ingram
When Megan Likely, newly-elected senator from Wisconsin, arrives in Washington, D.C., she’s met by a rash of frightening incidents ranging from a ransacked hotel room to a car bombing to a shocking murder. Had her former fiancee been right to discourage her from running for office? This isn’t at all what she’d expected! Yet Megan’s godly grandmother insists that she is chosen of God and will be protected and watched over, and sometimes it does seem as if an angel guards her steps. Just when she’s starting to settle into her new life and is excited about making a difference…the murderer comes after her. Buy at Amazon
The Return of Sun Tzu
by J.B. Bucklin
Meet Buck Langley, 50-year-old ad man and occasional ghostwriter aboutto go broke when a letter arrives in his mailbox with an irresistible invitation and a Honolulu postmark, 4,000 miles away from Langley’s home on theWest Bank of New Orleans Meet Howard Choy, who offers Langley a million dollars to ghostwrite his father’s autobiography with a string attached: Milton Choy, following a caraccident and a coma, has awakened to claim he is an ancient Chinesemilitary sage from twenty-five centuries past Meet Sun Tzu, the legendary general who literally wrote the book on THEART OF WAR, but committed a sin in 513 BC that would haunt hisconscience for eternity Meet the men who thought they’d planned the perfect frame, until their victim survives to become The Return of Sun Tzu. Buy at Amazon
Come Rain or Come Shine: Friendships Between Women
by Linda Bucklin
The book tells the stories of women and their experiences with friends, providing insightful lessons that will help you look at yourself and your friends in new ways and will deepen the special relationships in your life. The stories are divided into the universal themes of loving kindness, trust, honesty, courage and sensitivity. Buy at Amazon
The Complete Guide to Nonprofit Management
by Smith, Bucklin & Associates, Inc.
This significantly revised and expanded Second Edition of the highly popular how-to book identifies and addresses the unique concerns of nonprofit organizations. Cutting through the morass of mere theory. Buy at Amazon
Attorney Fee Awards: A Handbook for Attorneys
by Leonard Bucklin
Compact reference for attorneys needing to recover, or defeat, an award for attorney fees. This handbook for lawyers identifies essential law and practices applicable to most cases. Contains proven tactics, plus forms including question outlines for attorney fee expert depositions. Buy at Amazon
In Hospital and Camp
by Sophronia E. Bucklin
Long before the end of the American Civil War, Sophronia Bucklin had seen it all: sickness, shattered bodies, amputations, death, and torrents of blood. In this 1869 book, she spares the reader no detail while humanizing what would otherwise be just statistics of casualties. She and her sister nurses cared for Union and Confederate, black and white, dressed their wounds and held their hands as they died.
But she also has stories of hope and happy endings. Like her comrades, they didn’t always play by the rules but did what they thought best for the soldiers. She volunteered for service at Gettysburg. She heard the cannons up close and had shrapnel and minnie balls rip through the canvas of her hospital tent.
For less than you’d spend on gas going to the library, this long out-of-print volume is available as an affordable, well-formatted book for e-readers and smartphones. Buy at Amazon
A special word about Sophronia Bucklin
Many books about women’s rights pioneers mention her. Her own words are found best in her book “In Hospital and Camp” It is a woman’s 388 page record of her life as a nurse among the wounded in the Civil War. Your local library can get it for you on interlibrary loan.
In Washington, D.C] “About the amputating tent lay large piles of human flesh — legs, arms, feet and hands. The were strewn promiscuously about ….the stiffened members seeming to be clutching at our clothing….We grew callous to the sight of blood….”
Do not confuse this book with Harold Elk Straubing’s book with the same title, in which he only includes one excerpt from Sophronia’s book and adds material from other Civil War doctors and nurses.
Divided Houses: Gender and the Civil War
by Catherine Clinton
No American needs to be told that the Civil War brought the United States to a critical juncture in its history. The war changed forever the face of the nation, the nature of American politics, the status of African-Americans, and the daily lives of millions of people. Yet few of us understand how the war transformed gender roles and attitudes toward sexuality among American citizens. Divided Houses is the first book to address this sorely neglected topic, showing how the themes of gender, class, race, and sexuality interacted to forge the beginnings of a new society. Buy at Amazon
How Your Horse Wants You to Ride: Starting Out, Starting Over
by Gincy Self Bucklin
In this breakthrough guide, renowned riding expert Gincy Self Bucklin offers adult riders a unique, proven method for developing a good physical, mental, and emotional relationship with a horse. Whether you’re a beginner, a more experienced rider looking to enhance your skills, or someone who used to ride but is reluctant to try again, Bucklin’s step-by-step exercises-slowly and carefully practiced first on the ground and then on your horse-will have you riding with confidence and without fear. Buy at Amazon
Realism and American Foreign Policy: Wilsonians and the Kennan-Morgenthau Thesis
by Steven J. Bucklin
George Kennan and Hans Morgenthau argued that moralistic and legalistic beliefs bound Wilsonian internationalists to policies outside the national interest. Establishing their claims in the decade following World War II, Kennan and Morgenthau contended that the United States had over-extended its commitments, an interpretation that came to dominate opponents’ criticisms of Wilson and his followers. Bucklin shows, after careful examination of the evidence, that the policies that Wilsonians advocated from 1919 to 1954 were generally in concert with those of the realists. Wilsonians understood balance of power politics, sought the professionalization of the Foreign Service, advocated diplomacy, and demonstrated an acute understanding of the long-term national interest. Buy at Amazon
Brampton Sketches: Old-Time New England Life
by Mary Bucklin Davenport Claflin
This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923. This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process. We believe this work is culturally important, and despite the imperfections, have elected to bring it back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide. We appreciate your understanding of the imperfections in the preservation process, and hope you enjoy this valuable book. Buy at Amazon
Personal Recollections of John G Whittier
by Mary Bucklin Davenport Claflin
Mary Bucklin Davenport Claflin was a noted author and a prominent part of the social life of her day, and their Newton home was noted for the hospitalities of the Governor and herself. There came, as extended stay guests, many eminent people: e.g., Henry Ward Beecher, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Chief Justice Chase, President and Mrs. Hayes. Here is a book describing her life at their Newton home, “The Elms.” Buy at Amazon
The characteristics of initial effluent quality and its implications for the filter to waste procedure (Research report / AWWA Research Foundation)
by Karen Bucklin
Although sewage does not make a book topic that will hit the Times best seller list — this treatise does offer new insight for designers of waste water treatment plants.
Dairy Systems for the 21st Century
by Ray Bucklin
Stuntman: A Freelancer’s Guide To Learning The Craft And Landing The Jobs
by Jack Bucklin
Being a stuntman is a highly paid, challenging, daredevil profession. Stuntman teaches you required stunts – how to get burned alive, wreck cars, swing from nooses, roll down stairs and fall off horses – as well as marketing techniques that let you in on secrets agencies try to keep to themselves. Buy at Amazon
Twins 101: 50 Must-Have Tips for Pregnancy through Early Childhood From Doctor M.O.M.
by Khanh-Van Le-Bucklin
Twins 101 features practical advice and well-researched information in an easy-to-read format. From maintaining a healthy twin pregnancy to meeting the daily challenge of caring for twins, Twin 101 guides families through each stage with insightful tips, practical advice, useful resources, and inspirational stories. Buy at Amazon