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The Open Boat and Other Stories By Stephen Crane
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Stranded at Sea With Three Others - Survivor "The Open Boat" is a short story by American author Stephen Crane (1871–1900). First published in 1897, it was based on Crane's... More > experience of surviving a shipwreck off the coast of Florida earlier that year while traveling to Cuba to work as a newspaper correspondent. Crane was stranded at sea for thirty hours when his ship, the SS Commodore, sank after hitting a sandbar. He and three other men were forced to navigate their way to shore in a small boat; one of the men, an oiler named Billie Higgins, drowned after the boat overturned. Crane subsequently adapted his report into narrative form, and the resulting short story "The Open Boat" was published in Scribner's Magazine. The story is told from the point of view of an anonymous correspondent, with Crane as the implied author, the action closely resembles the author's experiences after the shipwreck. Get Your Copy Now.< Less
Safe Boating Pocket Guide By Dave Lemay
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In July 2015, two boys approximately 14 years old went out of the Jupiter inlet and were never seen again. Distressed at this, I offered this "Safe Boating Pocket Guide" ebook, free. I... More > now set a small fee just to keep tabs of numbers read. This is a comprehensive safe boating course that includes all Coast Guard regulations. Carry the Ebook on your smart phone for quick and easy access and get the answers you need, anytime, anywhere, just by utilizing the specifically designed Table of Contents. Refresh your knowledge, know the rules and when in doubt, go to your phone. Written in simple to comprehend terminology for persons of all ages. If you are a boater, then this is "must read information." You'll also get lots of tips and info that you may not have expected. My background includes eight years in the Coast Guard Auxiliary, followed by fifteen years as a Master Near Coastal 100 Ton Boat Captain.< Less
A Week in Peter's Boat - Booklet Version By Michael Droege
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This week-long Bible Study is centered on the story of the calling of Peter in Luke chapter 5.This booklet version prints in the format to be folded and stapled on the spine.Download allows small... More > group leaders to print enough for their entire group.< Less
Why Did My Boat Sink? By Jill Brownlee Wolf
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Bessie investigates her science question, “Why did my boat sink?” with her helpful STEM tools, Maggie, Mike, Bunsen, and team. They perform small experiments to test their ideas and... More > figure out an explanation to her observed problem. There is a FREE audio version of this story to listen to with the book at< Less
Small Solar: A No-Nonsense Guide to Powering Your Shed, Boat or Caravan With Free Solar Power. By Peter B Marks
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A No-Nonsense Guide to Powering Your Shed, Boat or Caravan With Free Solar Power. Explains All the Jargon Found In Specifications for Solar Panels, Charge Controllers and Rechargeable Batteries. How... More > to Choose Components, Size Your System and Wire It All Up.< Less
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One of the legacies of the unification of Vietnam under Communist leadership in 1976 was the problem of Vietnamese boat people. Tens of thousands of Vietnamese refugees fled the country in order to... More > escape persecution and economic hardships. Since majority of them used small boats to flee the country to the neighbouring Southeast Asian Countries and Hong Kong, the Vietnamese refugees came to be called as 'boat people'. This dissertation is an attempt to analyse the problem of Vietnam boat people from 1975 to 1991 - that is from the birth of the boat people problem in the wake of American withdrawal from Vietnam in April 1975, to the conclusion of Paris Peace Accords on Cambodia in October 1991, which, among other things, facilitated Vietnam's "reintegration into the World Community" and the consequent growth of Vietnamese economy which in turn, it was fervently hoped, would not only induce the Vietnamese refugees to return to their native country but also discourage the Vietnamese from leaving the country.< Less
A Goat On a Boat to Float: The Case Diary of Chinami Chiba By Takafumi Takada
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Chinami Chiba, a young genius, and his friends witnessed a purse-snatching at a tourist spot. They decided to chase the thief to catch him. They thought they trapped the thief, when they drove him... More > into the shore of a river, which was too wide to swim across. The thief narrowly escaped the tight spot by using a large boat. The chasers had to use a small boat (holding up to only two passengers) to catch up on the runaway thief. To make matters worse, some of the chasers did not want to go on board with certain specific others. How do they have to plan the passenger combinations of the boat boarding and the sequence of the round trips between the two opposing shores, to get all of them to the other shore and continue the pursuit? The so-called "river crossing puzzle", a famous logic puzzle, is ideally harmonized with the mystery fiction by Takafumi Takada, a popular mystery writer in Japan. The author is challenging the reader, namely YOU, to solve the brain twister.< Less
Cruising On a Small Yacht By E. J McCrohan
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If you are thinking about taking your boat cruising, this book will help with provisioning and safety concerns. A small(ish) boat of any sort including trailer-sailers, trailable yachts etc are... More > wonderful for exploring coastal areas and lakes. Make the most of them!< Less
SMALL CABIN LIVING By George Frangoulis
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SMALL CABIN LIVING: If you enjoy the great outdoors -- hiking, camping, boating, fishing, hunting, and being close to nature -- maybe you should invest in a little plot of land and build a small yet... More > comfortable shelter. The log cabin has been a symbol of humble origins in US politics since the early 19th century. Seven United States Presidents were born in log cabins, including Abraham Lincoln, Andrew Jackson, and James Buchanan. Although William Henry Harrison was not one of them, he and the Whigs during the 1840 presidential election were the first to use a log cabin as a symbol to show North Americans that he was a man of the people. Other candidates followed Harrison's example, making the idea of a log cabin—and, more generally, a non-wealthy background—a recurring theme in campaign biographies. We trust the wonderful photos in this book will inspire you to build your own small cabin in the woods.< Less
Three Men (not) in a Boat: and most of the time without a dog By Timothy Finn
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Timothy Finn’s Three Men (Not) in a Boat is a stylish update of a humorous classic. The hazards confronting our modern trio as they trudge along Offa’s Dyke are as baffling as those... More > faced by Jerome’s adventurers over a century ago - and if these are not enough, there is the small matter of the dog. A masterly pastiche.< Less

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