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Gandy and the Sea Cow By Catherine Mardon
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Gandy goes on a vacation filled with adventure. Will Florida ever be the same?
Sky, Land and Sea By J.I. Soucie, Eric A. Soucie
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A collection of nature pictures from sunsets, ships, ocean views, and birds to farms and farm animals.
HUBIE THE DEAD COW I LOVE YOU MT. DEW v.02 By PAUL FRIEDRICH
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Hubie the Dead Cow. Captured are the moments between boredom. Watching the All-Aerobics Reality Channel, creating Mutant Evil Sea-Monkeys, dirty dishes, Pepto Bismol, how to order Pizza, real horror... More > stories, car chases, turnips, overdue phone bills and dating movie stars!< Less
Ocean Lullabyes By Gilda Orru
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A photographic book that describes a poem written in Cowes, Isle Of Wight.
Ocean Lullabyes By Gilda Orru
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A photographic book that describes a poem written in Cowes, Isle Of Wight.
Manatees By Brett Axness
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A fun educational book about manatees,friendly underwater creatures.
De bestiis marinis By Georg Steller
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Steller’s classic work, published in Latin in 1751 and in German in 1753, contains the only scientific description from life of the Steller’s sea cow (Hydrodamalis gigas), as well as the... More > first scientific descriptions of the fur seal or “sea bear” (Callorhinus ursinus), Steller’s sea lion (Eumetopias jubatus), and the sea otter (Enhydra lutris). Steller’s sea cow was a sirenian, or manatee, inhabiting the North Pacific Ocean and Bering Sea. It was first discovered by Europeans in 1741 and rendered extinct by 1768. It was a 30-foot long, plant-eating aquatic mammal, weighing up to 12 tons, that lived in large herds on the coasts of Alaska and Kamchatka. Steller made his observations as part of Vitus Bering’s second voyage, during which the crew was shipwrecked for 9 months on Bering Island, from November 1741 to August 1742.< Less
De bestiis marinis By Georg Steller
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Steller’s classic work, published in Latin in 1751 and in German in 1753, contains the only scientific description from life of the Steller’s sea cow (Hydrodamalis gigas), as well as the... More > first scientific descriptions of the fur seal or “sea bear” (Callorhinus ursinus), Steller’s sea lion (Eumetopias jubatus), and the sea otter (Enhydra lutris). Steller’s sea cow was a sirenian, or manatee, inhabiting the North Pacific Ocean and Bering Sea. It was first discovered by Europeans in 1741 and rendered extinct by 1768. It was a 30-foot long, plant-eating aquatic mammal, weighing up to 12 tons, that lived in large herds on the coasts of Alaska and Kamchatka. Steller made his observations as part of Vitus Bering’s second voyage, during which the crew was shipwrecked for 9 months on Bering Island, from November 1741 to August 1742.< Less
Brine 'n Gale --- Wine 'n Ale By Richard Michael Joseph
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"Brine 'n Gale---Wine 'n Ale" is a collection of 19 songs for 3 male voices (TBB). The songs range from slow, haunting melodies like "Her Bright Smile Haunts Me Still" to... More > humorous drinking songs like "The Old Dun Cow" and "John Barleycorn." These are songs as much at home in the ale house as the concert hall.< Less
The Royal Detective By Andy Frazier
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When wannabe cow-superstar, Princess, is on location at the seaside as an extra in a new film about a kidnapped Prince, her bull-friend goes missing during the night. Has he been bullknapped? Is... More > there such word? Princess the cow has always dreamed of being a film star and The Royal Detective might just be her big chance, if only these stupid actors could understand what she was saying. But when her friend goes missing, should she stay on the set for her filming role, or should she take her newly appointed sergeant, Jackson the psychopathic ram, and go and do some proper ‘detectiving’ of her own? Were the sea-rats witnesses to crime and who is that suspicious man with the greasy hair? Come on Sergeant, there are villains at large.< Less