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  The Complete Angler by Izaak Walton One of the most popular works of the seventeenth century, The Complete Angler (1653) is an irresistible blend of practical advice on fishing, natural history, poetry, fabulous antiquity and song. Walton, nostalgic Royalist and friend of bishops, presents the modest angler's life as equal to the sport of kings.
But the book goes far beyond baiting a hook or landing a fighting trout. It is a paean to nature, to timeless days when nothing intrudes into life save for the electric twitch of a trout taking a fly. After completing this book the reader will not only be educated but relaxed and reminded of the simple joys of life.
Eve if you are not interested in fishing this book is still a great joy.

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This web site is dedicated to Mr. Maltie Sassaman, my fourth grade teacher. When I entered his class I could not read. When I left his class at the end of the school year I was reading at a sixth grade level and I haven't stopped reading since. Were it not for Mr. Sassaman, this page would not exist.