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A Beginners Guide to Salamander Care By Abbie Pea
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Salamanders are amphibians that resemble lizards in appearance. Even though they have almost similar body shapes, both are entirely different. While lizards have scaly bodies, salamanders have smooth... More > skin without scales. Salamanders are mostly found in and around water bodies. These animals are classified under the order Caudata, which consists of ten families that are again grouped in three suborders. There are more than 500 species of salamanders that are found across the globe, especially in temperate regions. In fact, these animals are found in almost all continents, except Australia and Antarctica. Even most of the African regions do not have any species. Most of them are found in North America. Now you know that these amphibians are mostly found in and around water bodies, like ponds, streams and lakes. While most of the adults are found to be terrestrial, some are aquatic and others are arboreal...< Less
Pea Body By Ellen Behrens
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Betty and Walt Rollin are bird watching at Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge on the Outer Banks of North Carolina, avoiding Talkative Ted and Clingy Caroline, their overbearing neighbors at the RV... More > "resort" where they've been staying. When Betty spots a very non-avian body at the edge of a far pond, she and Walt are drawn into the investigation. What they discover threatens to uncover long-held secrets that could ruin local reputations, and plunges these retired, full-time RVers up to their necks in the deep sand of local politics and passions.< Less
Pea Body By Ellen Behrens
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Who knew birdwatching could lead to such trouble? Betty and Walt Rollin find out when visiting Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. All they want to do is relax... More > and spend a little time away from Talkative Ted and Clingy Caroline, their overbearing neighbors at the RV "resort" where they've been staying. But when Betty spots a very non-avian body at the edge of a far pond, she and Walt are drawn into the investigation. What they discover threatens to uncover long-held secrets that could ruin local reputations, and plunges these retired, full-time RVers up to their necks in the deep sand of local politics and passions.< Less
The Princess on the Pea By Blago Kirof, Hans Christian Andersen
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"The Princess on the Pea" is a literary fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen first published on 8 May 1835 in Copenhagen. Andersen had heard the story as a child, and it likely has its... More > source in folk material, possibly originating from Sweden. The story tells of a prince who wants to marry a princess, but is having trouble finding a proper wife.< Less
Joe Peas By Sam Newsome
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Who is Joe Peas? Is he a simple immigrant Italian house painter, or is he a complicated man with much to hide, even from himself? When the aging itinerant house painter becomes ill, his life... More > intersects with family doctor, James King. The doctor develops a friendship with the odd little Italian whose life is a sharp contrast to his own. Joe suffers a hip fracture and becomes Dr. King’s rehabilitation patient in a long-term care facility. He interacts with the other residents and learns of their struggles and triumphs as he witnesses their close family relationships. The spirited little Italian enriches the lives of his fellow patients as they change Joe in ways he never expected. As Joe is forced to face his past, Dr. King is facing his own struggles dealing with his community where conformity is valued above individualism. Could there be more—much more—to Joe Peas than meets the eye? Will the truth about the mysterious painter finally be unveiled?< Less
Joe Peas By Sam Newsome
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Who is Joe Peas? Is he a simple immigrant Italian house painter, or is he a complicated man with much to hide, even from himself? When the aging itinerant house painter becomes ill, his life... More > intersects with family doctor, James King. The doctor develops a friendship with the odd little Italian whose life is a sharp contrast to his own. Joe suffers a hip fracture and becomes Dr. King’s rehabilitation patient in a long-term care facility. He interacts with the other residents and learns of their struggles and triumphs as he witnesses their close family relationships. The spirited little Italian enriches the lives of his fellow patients as they change Joe in ways he never expected. As Joe is forced to face his past, Dr. King is facing his own struggles dealing with his community where conformity is valued above individualism. Could there be more—much more—to Joe Peas than meets the eye? Will the truth about the mysterious painter finally be unveiled?< Less
The Princess and The Pea By Biljana Kroll
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The satirical tale "The Princess and the Pea" was an old Swidish tale, rewritten and published by Hans Christian Andersen in 1835. This popular tale is written in in a style reminiscent of... More > the old oral storytelling techniques. It tells the story of a princess who prooves her royalty status by being overly dramatical and sensitive. Each page is filled with beautiful hand-drawin illustrations and hand lettering. The illustrations capture the whimsical world where princesses can act like princesses and get rewarded for it. To view or purchase more fairytales illustrated by Biljana Kroll visit: www.haventold.com< Less
Sweet Pea By jamie hensley
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Baby girl playing hide and seek with mother
A Lemon and a Pea By Sherry Sandrock
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This is a alphabet book designed by JG Designs and written by Sherry Sandrock, a preschool teacher.
Pea Soup By Norm Gubber
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This work is a fictional memoir, as related by an observer, about a family evolving during the last part of the twentieth century. Their lives begin shortly before World War II and continue until the... More > advent of the turn of the century. In part one, the story focuses on their youngest son, one of twin siblings. His beginnings are precocious and adventuresome. He has strong ties to family, especially his father. He additionally has strong bindings to his religion, bonds that will eventually shatter his trust and cost him dearly. The second part centers the rest of his kinfolk, their tribulations, livelihood, and attempts to remember and justify the past that has charged the entire family with possible dysfunction. Reconciliation holds promise for a few family members at great personal loss and cost.< Less