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Lizard Tours By Bob Lee
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With our Costa Rica tours and to its most memorable journey. Welcome to our costa rica tours where you would be driven to the ultimate experience of the Beauty of Costa Rica. This Guidebook is a... More > part of our growing tours series & an in-depth acknowledgement for selected places of our Costa Rica tours. Here in Lizard Tours we have planned and focused on ultimate travel experience of Costa Rica than just having to let you stay in the beaches. Here we have highlighted the various distinctive places to visit, the best chance to see wildlife, volcanoes & parks, gain the insights into culture and community of costa rica along with the destined hotels & offcourse the best beaches for surfing & scuba diving. We have a tour that will let you explore with the different ways to get around as well, from joining with the local guide, hire or get rental from bike, golf carts, and various other essential equipments that are required for your tours in Costa Rica so you can get it.< Less
Lobo, Rag and Vixen Being The Personal Histories Of Lobo, Redruff, Raggylug & Vixen By Ernest Thompson Seton
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Ernest Thompson Seton (August 14, 1860 – October 23,... More > 1946) was an author (published in the United Kingdom, Canada, and the US), wildlife artist, founder of the Woodcraft Indians, and one of the founding pioneers of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA). Seton also influenced Lord Baden-Powell, the founder of Scouting. His notable books related to Scouting include The Birch Bark Roll and The Boy Scout Handbook. He is responsible for the appropriation and incorporation of what he believed to be American Indian elements into the traditions of the BSA.Ernest Thompson Seton, born Ernest Evan Thompson in South Shields, County Durham (now part of South Tyneside, Tyne and Wear), England of Scottish parents, Seton's family emigrated to Canada in 1866. Most of his childhood was spent in Toronto. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ernest_Thompson_Seton< Less
Bandelier National Monument: New Mexico By Kittridge A. Wing
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Bandelier National Monument is a 33,677-acre (13,629 ha) United States National Monument in New Mexico preserving the homes and territory of the Ancestral Puebloans of a later era in the... More > Southwest. Most of the pueblo structures date to two eras, in total from 1150 to 1600 CE.The Monument is 50 square miles (130 km2) of the Pajarito Plateau, on the slopes of the Jemez Volcanic field in the Jemez Mountains. Over 70% of the Monument is wilderness, with over one mile elevation change, from about 5,000 feet (1,500 m) along the Rio Grande to over 10,000 feet (3,000 m) at the peak of Cerro Grande on the rim of the Valles Caldera, providing for a wide range of life zones and wildlife habitats. There are three miles of road, and more than 70 miles of hiking trails. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bandelier_National_Monument Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book.< Less
Island Life: A History of Looe Island By David Clensy
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Looe Island, off the Cornish coast, enchants all who visit, with its beauty and tranquillity. But the island's history is full of mystery and intrigue. In Island Life: A History of Looe Island,... More > writer David Clensy reveals the island's many unknown secrets - from its early monastic inhabitants, to the sinister 18th century smugglers who used it as a place to land and stow their booty. Discover how the island witnessed the opening shots against the Spanish Armada, and was bombed during the Second World War. The author brings us up to date, with an affectionate portrait of the indomitable Atkins sisters, who lived on the island for more than 30 years, and explains how the island has been passed on to the care of the Cornwall Wildlife Trust. The book includes an in-depth interview with Babs Atkins, conducted just a few years before her death. David Clensy works as a newspaper feature writer. He fell in love with Looe Island as a boy, and has worked as a volunteer on the island for more than a decade.< Less
Island Life: A History of Looe Island By David Clensy
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Looe Island, off the Cornish coast, enchants all who visit, with its beauty and tranquillity. But the island's history is full of mystery and intrigue. In Island Life: A History of Looe Island,... More > writer David Clensy reveals the island's many unknown secrets - from its early monastic inhabitants, to the sinister 18th century smugglers who used it as a place to land and stow their booty. Discover how the island witnessed the opening shots against the Spanish Armada, and was bombed during the Second World War. The author brings us up to date, with an affectionate portrait of the indomitable Atkins sisters, who lived on the island for more than 30 years, and explains how the island has been passed on to the care of the Cornwall Wildlife Trust. The book includes an in-depth interview with Babs Atkins, conducted just a few years before her death. David Clensy works as a newspaper feature writer. He fell in love with Looe Island as a boy, and has worked as a volunteer on the island for more than a decade.< Less
Island Life: A History of Looe Island By David Clensy
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Looe Island, off the Cornish coast, enchants all who visit, with its beauty and tranquillity. But the island's history is full of mystery and intrigue. In Island Life: A History of Looe Island,... More > writer David Clensy reveals the island's many unknown secrets - from its early monastic inhabitants, to the sinister 18th century smugglers who used it as a place to land and stow their booty. Discover how the island witnessed the opening shots against the Spanish Armada, and was bombed during the Second World War. The author brings us up to date, with an affectionate portrait of the indomitable Atkins sisters, who lived on the island for more than 30 years, and explains how the island has been passed on to the care of the Cornwall Wildlife Trust. The book includes an in-depth interview with Babs Atkins, conducted just a few years before her death. David Clensy works as a newspaper feature writer. He fell in love with Looe Island as a boy, and has worked as a volunteer on the island for more than a decade.< Less
Darker Sides: A Blood Countess Story By Piper McManamon
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In 2014, the Blood Countess met her end on her farm outside of East St. Louis, Illinois. Her accomplices, however, had successfully evaded the law. Two years later, something sinister has come to a... More > rural Wisconsin community. Nova is a logged-in, nonbinary teenager with an interest in serial killers. Sam is a drug dealing gearhead preparing to graduate. Meredith is a sheltered, redhead nerd with a tragic backstory. Taka is an edgy white boy with an interest in wolves and a need to seem cool. Can they save those they love? More importantly, can they save themselves? And is that howling in the woods the local wildlife, or is it something far more dangerous? - Darker Sides is the second book in the Blood Countess series, taking place two years after the Bathory murders. It presents a refreshingly disturbing take on supernatural horror in the coming of age genre, telling the stories of four high schoolers just trying to live their lives around the death and destruction that they cannot seem to escape.< Less
The Nomad En Suite By Stephen Reynolds
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The third instalment from arguably the ninth most famous Stephen Reynolds in the world. This generation’s answer to Eddie the Eagle Edwards, only instead of death-defying jumps off of big ramps... More > watched by millions, he goes for walks along well-defined and established trails… watched by nobody. This time our intrepid explorer hikes the breathtaking one hundred and eighty-six miles of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. A stunning and dramatic landscape of soaring rocky clifftops and sprawling white sands. Join him as he encounters a plethora of amazing wildlife from peregrine falcons to razorbills, from seals to wild ponies. Not to mention the dashed impressive bracing vistas and stormy seas, of course. Marvel at his rudimentary understanding of Mesolithic tool making, share in his wonder at all manner of high-class moustaches, and there’s even the odd mermaid or spaceship thrown in for good measure. It’s all happening inside this book, right now! You know what to do.* *Buy and read this book< Less
app-UH-latch-UH: Myths and Monsters By Kristen Puckett
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Deep within the foggy mountains and lush forests of Appalachia, mysterious creatures lurk. These abnormal, fantastical, and extraterrestrial beasts have inspired hundreds of stories throughout the... More > region, some dating back to the early 19th century. Most of these legends are still recounted to this day. Storytelling is an essential aspect of Appalachian culture. "App-UH-latch-UH: Myths and Monsters" (named after the locals' pronunciation of the word) is a book dedicated to the culture, its people, and its traditions. App-UH-latch-UH is a whimsically illustrated book about monsters from the Appalachian region, but also serves as a highly-detailed coloring book built for hours of entertainment. View and learn about local monsters like Mothman, Wampus Cat, and the Snallygaster through 35 full-page coloring pages, 6 regional maps (featuring documented wildlife), 1 mini coloring page, and a short story about each in a softcover, 100 pg. book.< Less
Sing Your Song - Reflections of an Accidental Activist By Cherri Foytlin
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Poems written by accidental activist, mother of 6, wife of an oil worker, and author, Cherri Foytlin. These pieces were written during 2010-201l, while advocating for the Gulf Coast during the BP Oil... More > Catastrophe, which continues to this very day. One hundred percent of the proceeds of this book will go to Gulf Change, a Gulf Coast based organization working to establish clean air and water as a human right to all peoples. With tons of oil, tarballs and tar mats still arriving on a daily basis, thousands sick from the authorized use of toxic chemicals to clean the spill, tens of thousands whose claims have yet to be paid by BP, and lifeless wildlife washing ashore at up to 10 times the normal mortality rate, there is much work to be done in seeking justice for our people, our ecosystem, our cultures and in restoring our livelihoods. Join us and we will join you, and together we will make a better world. Together, we will sing our song.< Less