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Beginners Guide to Pollinators and Other Flower Visitors By Beatriz Moisset
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An illustrated beginner's field guide to insect flower visitors, including pollinators. The guide provides concise descriptions, photos and life history information of the most common insects found... More > visiting flowers. It includes time of year, geographic area and favorite flowers. Also mentioned are those that act as pollinators and whether they may sting.< Less
Seek-And-Find In the Flower Garden By Lauren Massey
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Take your 4-8 year old on a walk through my flower garden with this beautiful book! Twenty-one pages of high-quality full-color photos that I have taken over the last several years introduces your... More > child to several varieties of flowers, all while playing a fun look-and-find game! All of the photos include at least one visitor to each plant (butterflies, spiders, bees, dragonflies, etc...), and several of them will require a keen eye to spot, though most will be easy for even the youngest listener to find. Also fun as a picture book for young chidren! Teach your children a love for creation at a young age!< Less
Autumn in Door County By Rachel Johnson
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This book is a travel/photo book of Door County, Wisconsin in Autumn. There are well tended gardens in each town. The colors were oranges, yellows, and whites. Door County gets all dressed up for... More > its visitors.< Less
Images By Larry Holladay
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Beautiful art photos of flower blossoms, in the garden and in the wild. Close-up and natural, these photographs capture petals, stems, stamen along with their occasional visitors - bees and... More > butterflies.< Less
Magnolia Gardens, South Carolina By Larry D. Ruebling
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This book of photography covers the Magnolia Plantation & Gardens located at 3550 Ashley River Road - Charleston, SC 29414. Founded in 1676 by the Drayton family, Magnolia Plantation has... More > survived the centuries and witnessed the history of our nation unfold before it from the American Revolution through the Civil War and beyond. It is the oldest public tourist site in the Lowcountry, and the oldest public gardens in America, opening its doors to visitors in 1870 to view the thousands of beautiful flowers and plants in its famous gardens. So join us here at Magnolia Plantation to experience the beauty of its gardens and its rich history today.< Less
Beware of the Gingerbread Witch By Katy Mobley
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THE HOUSE OF THE GINGERBREAD WITCH stood in a little clearing surrounded by a hedge of Hawthorne Bushes. It was a pretty, white cottage with a thatched roof and green shutters. The yard was planted... More > with a garden of vegetables, herbs, and flowers. She was an old, old woman, very wrinkled and tanned. Her hair was as black as a crow's wing. On her head, she wore a broad-brimmed garden hat tied on with a many-colored scarf. The shawl around her shoulders was brightly colored, too, and matched the scarf. The witch planned a party with gingerbread and sugar tea for her “visitors,” except the visitor was changed INTO the gingerbread! If you were caught by the Gingerbread Witch, how would you be saved? Who would save you?< Less
The Mexican Survival Manual By D. Dale Thompson
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As winter nears, thousands of North Americans pack up and leave for their seasonal sojourn in Mexico, where every winter day is unfailingly pleasant and benign, and where music and flowers are... More > everywhere. Mexico is healthful and carefree living at its best. In a series of true stories of real people and real places, The Mexican Survival Manual presents a down-to-earth picture of vacation travel and long-term residency in Mexico. The author, who has enjoyed Mexico for 35 years, has produced a book filled with useful data for the prospective resident or visitor. He explains residency and the legal system. And he provides tips on health care, money and insurance matters, how to avoid scams, and much more. For many North Americans, Mexico holds endless fascination. Few of these winter visitors find themselves bored.< Less
Ivan's Yard By J.C. Evans
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You will be interested, if you believe in magical happenings, to become a visitor to a place that outwardly appears to be a very ordinary back yard, a place of flowers and trees, which is home to... More > several small creatures, who lead predictably normal lives evening, when the unimaginable occurs, and the futures lives of some are changed forever. You are invited into Ivan’s Yard, where the ducks mind their posts, the cat lurks, the mouse hides, the blue jay screams the news, the elf drops in from the sky, and the ever mindful and illusive chameleon observes. Please do accept the invitation.< Less
Myrtle Moo the Creative Cow By Al Benge
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Myrtle Moo the Creative Cow has an unexpected visitor in her field. A French artist sets up his easel, as he hopes to paint a picture of the spring flowers and peaceful countryside. His plans go... More > astray however, when Myrtle, along with her friend Suzy Swallow, conspire to paint their own picture on the artist's canvas. Myrtle discovers unexpected talents as she manages to paint her own portrait while the artist is occupied elsewhere. Illustrated with original cartoons by Australian author/illustrator Al Benge, this book is aimed at six to nine year olds with brightly coloured illustrations and easy to follow text.< Less
Kew Gardens By Virginia Woolf
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Kew Gardens is a short story by the English author Virginia Woolf. It was first published privately in 1919, then more widely in 1921 in the collection Monday or Tuesday, and subsequently in the... More > posthumous collection A Haunted House (1944). Originally accompanying illustrations by Vanessa Bell, its visual organisation has been described as analogous to a post-impressionist painting. Set in the eponymous botanic garden in London on a hot July day, the narrative gives brief glimpses of four groups of people as they pass by a flowerbed. The story begins with a description of the oval-shaped flowerbed. Woolf mixes the colours of the petals of the flowers, floating to the ground, with the seemingly random movements of the visitors, which she likens to the apparently irregular movements of butterflies.< Less