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African Wildlife By J Groves
eBook (ePub): $2.99
25 Beautiful pictures of Africa's animals appearing in the wild.
African Wildlife By Just Pictures
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This coffee table book for adults and children is a wonderful collection of high-quality images produced by a series of professional photographers. Please note that this book contains no text,... More > information or facts only an unique selection of medium sized images that portray the subject.< Less
African Adventures By Tristan Anderson
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This book is about zoo animals that get shipped to Africa and live their life there.
African Adventures By Tristan Anderson
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This book is about zoo animals that get shipped to Africa and live their life there.
African Honey By Roland Pletts
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A book of over 130 poems about life in Africa; the people, animals and land and different experiences during a life time of mission work and contact with nature and animals. Covers the time from the... More > British colony of Rhodesia to the "troubles" of Zimbabwe at the turn of the centrury to this time. There are five short introductions to the five parts of the book: Reflections on life, war, nature; Christian Spiritual Themes; Africa, its animals and people; the Time of Suffering; Farewell to the homeland.< Less
An African Safari By Holly Rankin
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Come travel with me across the sea, where animals roam both wild and free! Let’s take an African safari together. Would you like to see a lion up close or a spotted leopard drinking water?... More > Elephants at play in a muddy pool, while rhinos feed on short grass? Come along and see the many animals of Africa—buffalo and giraffes, zebras and hippos. You can also visit crocodiles, jackals, baboons, hyenas, and warthogs! There are so many creatures to see, eating and playing in their natural habitats. Note the oxpecker birds who eat ticks, flies, lice and worms off the backs of the rhinos, hippos, and buffalos. Including vibrant photographs of African wildlife, An African Safari introduces children to the names and behaviors of many African animals. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this book will go to help Kids Help Phone. WINNER: CANADA BOOK AWARDS.< Less
An African Safari By Holly Rankin
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Come travel with me across the sea, where animals roam both wild and free! Let’s take an African safari together. Would you like to see a lion up close or a spotted leopard drinking water?... More > Elephants at play in a muddy pool, while rhinos feed on short grass? Come along and see the many animals of Africa—buffalo and giraffes, zebras and hippos. You can also visit crocodiles, jackals, baboons, hyenas, and warthogs! There are so many creatures to see, eating and playing in their natural habitats. Note the oxpecker birds who eat ticks, flies, lice and worms off the backs of the rhinos, hippos, and buffalos. Including vibrant photographs of African wildlife, An African Safari introduces children to the names and behaviors of many African animals. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this book will go to help Kids Help Phone. WINNER: CANADA BOOK AWARDS.< Less
African 'Tails' By Helen C Wilde
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Fun and adventure in the African bush. Having lived most of my life in the wilds of Zimbabwe, I decided to draw on our life there, to entertain children who may never have had the chance to even... More > imagine what living among the wild animals, and the happenings and humor of a rural existence might entail. For instance....the water berry trees. My sister, Elaine, and I spent many a happy time sitting up in the trees by the river,just like the baboons, eating delicious water berries. Our encounters with hyena and their maniacal laugh, are forever etched in our memories. The majestic elephant wandering through our campsite during the night as they fed, will always be with us. Listening to the lion roaring way off in the distance, making us shiver with excitement. The fat happy laugh of the hippo wallowing in the river. Those were the days. I hope you will all enjoy my stories. Happy reading and lots of laughs. With love, Helen.< Less
Animals of Africa ~ The South African Bat-Eared Fox By Donnette E Davis
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Animals of Africa, Individual mini-units from A to Z of African Animals, their conservation status, their habitat, all the basic facts a primary school learner needs to know. Specific focus on... More > animal conservation in Africa and endangered species throughout the world, and what we can do to help. These illustrated fact books with African themed notepages are for personal and classroom use, and can also be uploaded on to your own website or blog, providing the document is uploaded in its original format and that no portion/s of the document is/are removed or altered. This unit is NOT for resale or profit. Conditional upon some of the information and/or illustrations being utilised was the proviso that full credits & acknowledgements must be retained in the eBook. More printables and videos can be found on www.staidenshomeshool.com/africa/african_animals.html This unit focuses on the endangered South African Bat-Eared Fox.< Less
The Animal Party By Chika Maria Amadi
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Story of a party in the sky where the moon invited all animals to a party. The winged animals gave others wings to fly with. On their way, the tortoise tricked others to choose new names for the... More > party. He finally chose 'all of you' which means that whatever food that is presented to all of them belongs to the tortoise. At the party, the tortoise had all the food and drink to himself while the others were starving and sad. They decided to take back their wings and leave the tortoise behind as a punishment. All the tortoise's plea to for help was refused. The tortoise decided to let go of himself. It fell on a hard stone and broke its shell. Till today the tortoise shell is fragmented!< Less

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