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Borneo and More Fundraising Pack By Lii Charlton
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100% Of all royalties and revenue of the sale of the Borneo and more fundraising pack will go to WWF US 1250 24th Street N.W. Washington DC 20037 Thank you for your support.
Borneo and More Fundraising Pack By Lii Charlton
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100% Of all royalties and revenue of the sale of the Borneo and more fundraising pack will go to WWF US 1250 24th Street N.W. Washington DC 20037 Thank you for your support.
Small Wonders By Nancie J. Wight
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A photo compilation of the Small Wonders we encounter everyday in nature, captured in stunning detail through passionate eyes.
TEN OF MY BEST-FLOWERS By ALISON BASAJ
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THIS BOOK CONTAINS ALL MY ORIGINAL WORK, I HAVE ENJOYED ALL ASPECTS OF TAKING THESE IMAGES AND HOPE YOU HAVE GAINED EITHER KNOWLEDGE OF PLANT LIFE OR FEEL HAPPY TO HAVE SEEN THEM. THE BOOK IS AIMED... More > AT ANYONE WHO LOVES PLANTS, THE DELICATE PETALS OF THE SNOWDROP, THE STRIKING COLOURS OF THE STRELIZIA AS IT FLAMBOYANTLY AIMS FOR THE SKIES. ENJOY< Less
Lake Opouahi By Kiana Reid
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This magazine is a wonderful, colourful, informative reference into the life and plantlife of Lake Opouahi, situated in New Zealand. It includes Long Finned Eels, Wetas, Glow Worms, Native Plants and... More > Native Birds.< Less
The Gardeners Tea Break Book By Gardenandgreen.co.uk
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The Gardener's Teabreak Book aims to provide some light relief between weeding. With various gardening and nature articles, interviews and tips. It's the perfect shed or greenhouse read with a cup of... More > tea, or by the fire during the winter months when there is not much gardening to be done. Example articles includes interviews with the Hedgehog Preservation Society, Plantlife, plants police recommend to deter burgulars, types of tomatoes, etc.< Less
The Myspace Diaries By Wednesday Kennedy
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Born on the blog in the wilds of Australia, raised by the Army of Love, The Myspace Diaries is a mid life crisis in motion, A Big Girls Adventure. That begins on the run from the city of Cockroaches... More > (Sydney) to the tip of Australia where the wild things are (Cape York) (Grapes of Wrath + On the Road) * Australian Outback = "Indiana Kennedy and the Soul-searching Adventure" ... I can see you now with a whip, that Jones Hat, and a boomerang fastened to your belt. Blouse's top three buttons open, neck gleaming with perspiration ever so slightly from the blanketing heat. Croc Dundee's image is, in retrospect, amateurish -- his hunting knifes are like toothpicks compared to the ivory handled throwing axes that you accessorizingly brandish at your shapely hips.... You are hotter than a lava flow and ready for action... Men beware. Women beware. Plant-life beware. Kennedy's in town and there's but one saloon.... Posted by Writing next chapter on Friday, July 03, 2009 - 2:31 AM< Less
The Myspace Diaries By Wednesday Kennedy
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Born on the blog in the wilds of Australia, raised by the Army of Love, The Myspace Diaries is a mid life crisis in motion, A Big Girls Adventure. That begins on the run from the city of Cockroaches... More > (Sydney) to the tip of Australia where the wild things are (Cape York) (Grapes of Wrath + On the Road) * Australian Outback = "Indiana Kennedy and the Soul-searching Adventure" ... I can see you now with a whip, that Jones Hat, and a boomerang fastened to your belt. Blouse's top three buttons open, neck gleaming with perspiration ever so slightly from the blanketing heat. Croc Dundee's image is, in retrospect, amateurish -- his hunting knifes are like toothpicks compared to the ivory handled throwing axes that you accessorizingly brandish at your shapely hips.... You are hotter than a lava flow and ready for action... Men beware. Women beware. Plant-life beware. Kennedy's in town and there's but one saloon.... Posted by Writing next chapter on Friday, July 03, 2009 - 2:31 AM< Less
The Saga of the Twelves - Book One: The Unwanted Winter By Richard Heredia
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For more years than history could account, the Twelve have stood between mankind and a terrible, ancient menace. Time and again, the Guardians have thwarted the vile and wicked minions of... More > Storm. Until now. This time, he has changed the game. He has done what could not be done. He has bereft the World of Man it’s only protection against Him. He has torn the Guardians from their homes, their families, their friends and everything else they hold dear. He has exiled them, for all time, to the Melded World. The Guardians - twelve brave children - must find a way to survive upon a terrible, mixed world, filled with horrific creatures, diabolic plant-life and a relentless and cruel climate. They must somehow discover their vast Gifts - the very powers that make them Guardians, wielders of the oldest sorcery ever known. They might use them to find a way to overcome the tragic fate He has bestowed upon them. He is the Lord of the Storm, the Great Maelstrom.< Less
Encyclopedia: Dinosaurs By Daniel Coenn
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This color-illustrated Encyclopedia of dinosaurs introduces over 50 types of dinosaurs. Clearly written and easy to understand text introduces us to the most important of these amazing rulers of our... More > planet Earth which suddenly disappeared about 65 million years ago. The first animals we can recognize as dinosaurs lived about 225 million years ago. Early dinosaurs were among the first animals to evolve legs for supporting great weight or moving fast to catch prey or escape enemies. It may well have given them an advantage over other animals around. The ruled our planet hundreds millions years but died out in just a few million years. By 65 million years ago they were extinct. At about this time the climate became much cooler and plant-life changed. For animals adapted to warm conditions, like dinosaurs, life became difficult. Some scientist think a sudden climatic change killed them off. This could have happened when a giant meteorite hit the Earth and threw up dust, blocking out sunlight.< Less