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Boats By Mark Gillow
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Introduce your child to the world of Boats. This delightful picture book showcases a variety of boats from the bathtub toy to the enormous cruise ship. It's full color photos and simple repetitive... More > text is sure to engage young readers.< Less
The Boat in the Bay By ALAN KENNEDY
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It is July 1929. Four children arrive for a holiday to find their cottage locked up, the lake flooded, and their little boat inaccessible. Their boating holiday seems over before it had begun. ... More > Initially, this might be the story Arthur Ransome never got round to writing. But these children do not lead a charmed life. They are given to making mistakes and things do not invariably turn out well. Problems that appear solved turn out to be the seeds of something altogether out of control. In a terrifying climax, the children discover the secret of the old boat moored in the bay, but at an awful cost. When courage and resourcefulness are spent there is only luck to draw on, and it is uncertain who will survive. The Boat in the Bay is a book about a time when children roamed the earth. In the same series, The Broken Bell and The Pink House, with the same cast of characters, offer a spellbinding account of a child's first steps in the dark world of art and artists.< Less
Mysterious Boat By Alexander Butziger
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The new Kevin Traynor novel: THE MYSTERY OF THE MYSTERIOUS BOAT Death from the fog? For decades, a ghostly boat has been haunting an old house in Malibu. Where others have failed, Kevin Traynor... More > takes charge. A sneaky star, an altruistic activist, a strange scientist — is one of them conjuring up the ghosts? From Venice and South Central to the Hollywood Hills runs the chase: Who is the cat, who the mouse? Fire, arrows, gunshot, and predators from another dimension: Wherever they go, Traynor and his friends are threatened by sinister stalkers. Finally, Traynor has to face the ghouls himself — and Traynor and company are on the menu! Plus a bonus story: THE SECRET OF THE LOST TRIBE Swallowed by the wilderness... Who in the world were the Anasazi? And whatever became of them? Kevin Traynor is bound to find out. Just follow the ghost riders through the badlands of New Mexico... Kevin Traynor. With the right to be politically incorrect.< Less
Model Boats from Around the World By Ted Weihe
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Since the 1970s, I have collected 38 model boats from 16 countries. Each model boat has a unique story of its own. Except for one, all of the models are sailboats, rowboats or non-motorized boats. ... More > They are not commercially available, but acquired while I was traveling abroad or on vacation. These models are works of art with exacting details; some are antiques with wonderful patinas and have not been restored. Several date before the 1900s. In many cases, they were built by exceptional model makers, former fishermen or artisans. The photos try to convey their beauty.< Less
World War 2 U-Boat By Ronald Ledwell
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U-Boat the Happy Times: Shortly after America’s entry into World War 2, German U-Boats were roaming almost at their leisure up and down the East Coast sinking ships, just about entirely... More > unopposed. The Pacific War was drawing all of the assets of the US Navy and none could be spared for the Atlantic at this crucial time. Hitler’s U-Boats ravaged American shipping, eagerly targeting freighters and oilers and other transports against a background of a well illuminated East Coast shoreline. No wonder the Germans called these days “The Happy Times.”< Less
World's Finest Oil Paintings - Boats & Ships By Julien Coallier
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A collection of oil painting portraits, by western art masters, focused on boats & ships. Content includes works from across the globe, & throughout history.
World War One U-boat Killers By peter dancey
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An Illustrated World War I sub-hunting mission in the North Sea related by the the rNAS crew that flew the highly dangerous missions,
Boating Secrets Uncovered By JUI MING CHANG
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Introducing ..... Boating Secrets Uncovered ..... A Guide To The Complete Family Experience!
Rudi's U-Boat By Jack Gill
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Rudi’s U-Boat tells the epic tale of Rudi Kurt, a 12 year old German boy orphaned at the outbreak of the 2nd World War, who is smuggled out of Germany in a U-Boat along with untold wealth in... More > the form of confiscated jewellery and art work in the closing days of the war as the Gestapo realise that they need to retreat. The U-Boat is stored in a secret base off the Transkei Coast so that it can be retrieved by Hitler and the Gestapo when they re-group but the war ends, Hitler is dead and for over half a century the U-Boat and its treasure remains hidden in the secret base … until, Rudi, in a bid to get his younger friend John over the death of his wife, puts together a group of very special people and sets about finding the hidden cave and its contents.< Less
German E-Boats By Ronald Ledwell
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While the German High Seas Fleet was bottled up in the Baltic Sea and the Norwegian Fjords by the British Home Fleet, their Schnellbootes operated in the English Channel almost with impunity. The... More > "E-Boats" so named by the British were fast and powerful. Triple shafted driven propellers by powerful diesel super-charged engines, 21 inch torpedoes and 20mm and 37mm canons combined with speeds in excess of 40 knots, made them a powerful convoy interdiction weapon in the English Channel. They outclassed the smaller British M.T,Bs and not until the Allies had mastery of air in the latter half of the war and had developed their own answer to the E-Boat; the Fairmile Marine D model "Dog Boat" did the Allies come to grips with them. The E-Boats operated from bases in the Fjords of Norway to the German occupied island of Gurnsey, inflicting crippling losses on English coastal shipping.< Less