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African Adventure; Our Bucket List of Safaris By Susan MacIver
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At a time in life when Duke, my husband of four years, Cindy, my sister, and I, could sit back, relax and enjoy the fruits of our labors, quite remarkably we found ourselves bound for the great... More > beyond and two different African countries; Kenya and Uganda. The resultant book details our joys, our wonder, our delight in the range and scope of the herds of free roaming animals, our tearful goodbyes, and lost chances reborn. Africa opened before us in so many magical ways; human and animal adventures abounded from start to finish. Our stay was breathtaking and so far from what we originally imagined that the only way we could hope to retain all the glorious moments we lived, was to create this book. We are a mix of our past and present, and the sum of our experiences ultimately colors all our perceptions. While Africa will always present herself differently to each person, this is a marvelously joyful tale of our wondrous adventures...this is our Africa.< Less
African Tales: How Giraffe Got His Long Neck By Marlize Schmidt
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Giraffes are the tallest land animal. They have very long necks. A very long time ago giraffes had shorter necks. This is a fun story of how Giraffe got his long neck. (At the end of the story are... More > some interesting facts about giraffes)< Less
A Tale of Two South African Game Reserves: Ithala & Hluhluwe By Bronwen Johnston
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Take a journey through two South African Game Reserves. Guess what animals are there as you read the poem.
Animals of Africa - The Aardvark Fact & Note Book 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. Conditional upon some of the information and/or illustrations being utilised was the poviso that full credits/acknowledgements must be retained in the eBook. This unit focses on the African Aardvark.< Less
African Tales: How Elephant Got His Long Trunk By Marlize Schmidt
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Why do elephants have long trunks? A long time ago elephants only had short little trunks. This is a fun story of how elephants got their long trunks. (At the end of the story are some interesting... More > facts about elephants)< Less
A Simplified Beginners Guide to Approaching African Traditional Religion With the Axioms of Khemet By Mawuli Kwabena Adenyo & Itibari M. Zulu
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A simplified go-to document that shall the give the reader an overview of the pillars of African Traditional Religion. It also promises to be a book that urges the reader to find out more about... More > African Traditional Religion because it demystifies a religion shrouded in secrecy and persecution from the major religions of the world. The Axioms of Kemet are advices and instructions from Ancient Egypt.< Less
Africa's Laughter and Tears: Overland Adventure Through 26 African Countries By Martina Mia Svoboda
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Visiting 26 African countries in the course of a single year has enabled the author to get behind the stereotypical picture of modern Africa. Mia Svoboda has written an excellent book about Africa,... More > in which she draws on her exceptional experience of a long journey. The issues are presented through wonderful stories about people she met on the way – people she talked to, people with whom she ate, danced, cried and laughed. Her approachability, her powers of observation and understanding and her ability to conjure up atmosphere and place have enabled her to see under the surface and to bring the real Africa close to the reader. The book presents a complex picture of Africa as Mia covers current problems of poverty, adoption of black children by whites, agriculture, pollution, deforestation, lack of water, endangered cultures and animals, western aid etc. She brings Africa and the West together in individual stories that remind us there are no black and white truths.< Less
The human nature + The animal instincts bath (father wolf and son wolf pup) By Anthony Hawkins
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Jontae and Jerome are both adult son and father,but share a supernatural secret as well as looks,a secret that leads to a wild night out in the wilderness for the two.Jontae and Jerome soon begin to... More > develope a more stronger bond as their secret brings them closer together. Warning:Strong sexual content and some violence,nudity and language.< Less
The Care and Feeding of 25 Popular Exotic Animals & Exotic Pets – Animal Facts On Chinchillas to Crocodiles and the Tortoise to the Tiger, and Every Exotic Pet in Between By Rebecca Greenwood, Malibu Publishing
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Owning an exotic pet is a big decision for anybody and should be given a deep thought before it's taken. Firstly, what species of exotic animals you want to adopt as pet should be decided upon.... More > Then, understand the qualities, needs, and problems related to the particular animal like humans are different from the other, so are animals. But only when an in-depth study of the individual animal is done its true personality can be determined. The owner should also understand that some animals even after perfect training grow up to be more aggressive and undisciplined and on the other hand sometimes abused animals grow up to be perfect pets.< Less
Manic Mission: An Intricate Account of a Fleeting Bundu Bash through 10 African Countries By David Marcus
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David Marcus finished a Journalism course in November 2006 and decided to go on an investigative journey. He always wanted to cross his native Africa for the past 7 years. His motive was to find an... More > ‘African City’ to live in because in his opinion, “Cape Town, she is not Africa”. He found such a city, and Kigali, the safe capital of gorgeous Rwanda, is her name. Marcus believes that the journey is the destination, and that it’s not only about where you’re going that’s important, but how you get there, what you experience and who you meet along the way. What next? He might go live in Rwanda. Perhaps he will agree to volunteer in Uganda. Maybe the Lonely Planet will give him a job. It is his dream to become a travel writer and photographer, and with this first travelogue, he will hopefully make that dream a reality. What he definitely won’t do is stay put in any one place for too long, because he is clearly not that type of animal…< Less

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Birth Log Book Birth Log Book By Emily Rumsey
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