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  1. How does an acorn grow into a tree? What does a baby sea horse eat? Discover the amazing stages of different life cycles and learn all about your favourite species with this stunning series. This title features beautiful photography of development stages as well as bright, vibrant design. It covers varied range of life cycles.
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  2. "This book is part of an acclaimed series by the Registry of Guitar Tutors. This book covers all the material needed for the Registry of Guitar Tutors Grade Five electric guitar examination, enabling you to gain an internationally recognized qualification. Ideal for intermediate-level players who want to progress their playing. The material covered includes: all the main scale types used in rock and blues in multi-positions across the fingerboard; a wide range of useful arpeggios; major 6, minor 6 and suspended chords; exercises to use the chords with chord charts and use the scales for lead playing; full details of the musical knowledge spoken tests; aural assessments to develop rhythm, harmony and pitch. Whether or not you are interesting in taking an RGT exam, studying this course will help you achieve your full potential as a guitarist by developing all aspects of your guitar playing, increasing your knowledge of specialist electric guitar techniques and improving your understanding of the music theory that relates to electric guitar playing."
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  3. For generations the electric guitar has been an international symbol of freedom, danger, rebellion, and hedonism. In Play It Loud, Brad Tolinski and Alan di Perna bring the history of this iconic instrument to roaring life. It's a story of...
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  4. The Gibson 335 Book tells the story of Gibson s ES-335 and related models, as played by B.B. King, Alvin Lee, and Eric Clapton, among other virtuosos. It s full of great guitars, cool players, and fascinating historical detail. The book traces the...
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  5. Secret Agent Jack Stalwart is about to decipher a code from his missing brother, Max, when he's called on a mission to Kenya. Someone has been killing precious African elephants for their tusks. Can Jack find the poachers and stop them before they strike again?
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  6. In deepest Gloucestershire a secret way of life is clinging to a fragile existence. This is the world of the last English poachers - men who have lived off the land, taking game from the big country estates, risking the wrath of gamekeepers in order to feed their families and make a modest livelihood. Bob and Brian Tovey are poachers of the old stripe: a father and son of 75 and 50 years old respectively, who are continuing their ancestors' traditions, reluctant to surrender the old ways of sourcing food from nature. Writer John McDonald has obtained unique access to the men's lives and histories, and tells their fascinating story in their own words. The book is filled with anecdotes both moving and hilarious, as their sense of self-preservation, mistrust of outsiders and suspicions of modern technology express themselves in daily life. It is set against the backdrop of country sports as they used to be - and colourfully explains the shoots, the once-legal coursing meets, the centuries' old techniques of lamping, ferreting and netting and, of course, how the poachers outwit the keepers and police and escape with their quarry. It is a genuine, colourful and offbeat chronicle that documents rural life from a whole new perspective and a sense of humour.
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  7. The islands of the Outer Hebrides are home to some of the most remote and spectacular scenery in the world. They host an astonishing range of mysterious structures - stone circles, beehive dwellings, holy wells and 'temples' from the Celtic era. Over a twelve-day pilgrimage, often in appalling conditions, Alastair McIntosh returns to the islands of his childhood and explores the meaning of these places. The book is a walk through space and time, across a physical landscape and into a spiritual one.
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  8. "Every day is a feast day with The Poacher's Cookbook. * Stumped for a new way to cook pheasant? * Do you yearn for grouse roasted in the traditional way? * Do you want to prepare eel in green herb sauce or crayfish Swedish style? * Do you long for the inspiration for puddings to follow your game dishes? Then the The Poacher's Cookbook is for you - and your family and friends. Spiced with poaching and sporting anecdotes, country lore and sketches of country characters - a book to read in bed or have propped up by the kitchen stove. With Prue Coats' enthusiasm and practical advice you will astonish yourself, your family and your guests."
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  9. In ten stunning and bleak tales set in the woodlands, swamps and chemical plants along the Alabama River, Tom Franklin stakes his claim as a fresh, original Southern voice. His lyric, deceptively simple prose conjures a world where the default setting is violence, a world of hunting and fishing, gambling and losing, drinking and poaching-a world most of us have never seen. In the chilling title novella (selected for the anthologies "New Stories from the South: The Year's Best, 1999" and "Best Mystery Stories of the Century), " three wild boys confront a mythic game warden as mysterious and deadly as the river they haunt. And, as a weathered, hand-painted sign reads: "Jesus is not coming." This terrain isn't pretty, isn't for the weak of heart, but in these deperate, lost people, Franklin somehow finds the moments of grace that make them what they so abundantly are: human.
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  11. The islands of the Outer Hebrides are home to some of the most remote and spectacular scenery in the world. They host an astonishing range of mysterious structures - stone circles, beehive dwellings, holy wells and 'temples' from the Celtic era....
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  12. Twins Ben and Zoe are miserable after being left behind while their parents head to Africa for a veterinary adventure. But almost immediately after their parents depart, Dr Stephen Fisher, a famous zoologist, recruits Ben and Zoe for an adventure of their own! Soon, the twins are on their way to Sumatra to rescue a tiger and her two cubs from a gang of vicious poachers.
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  13. Jake Morgan is a friendly and polite man of adequate intelligence when he is sober. Materially, he provides well for his wife and seven children. But he has a dark side so prevalent that the local law enforcement gives their best effort to capture him. In his small, rural community, the crime Jake commits is more serious than murder. A lesson in empathy, To Kill A Poacher uses the case study of Jake's life to explain what empathy is and how it develops. Author Thomas C. Wallace provides stories from the Bible that help drive home the lessons that are a mix of psychology and spirituality. He introduces the systematic development of empathy and the three general principles from which such development arises: civility, compassion, and integrity. To illustrate the dynamic qualities of this study, Wallace skillfully feathers his research of Jake, an infamous poacher who lived and died violently in mountainous rural America. Jake had numerous enemies who wanted to see him dead, especially law enforcement. Wallace tries to determine who was responsible for setting the stage in Jake's murder and what inhibited his safety. Birds have sanctuaries. Where was Jake's sanctuary?
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  14. Richard Jefferies (1848-1887) was a nature writer, noted for his depiction of English rural life in essays, books of natural history, and novels. His childhood growing up on a rural farm in England had a great influence on his fiction writings. Jefferies spent most of his life battling T B and poverty. Jeffries was fascinated with what nature could be if left alone. His love for the English rural areas is strong in his writing. The Amateur Poacher is an excellent example of Jefferies's awareness of the value of nature and the people within it. The preface reads "The following pages are arranged somewhat in the order of time, beginning with the first gun, and attempts at shooting. Then come the fields, the first hills, and woods explored, often without a gun, or any thought of destruction: and next the poachers, and other odd characters observed at their work. Perhaps the idea of shooting with a matchlock, or wheel-lock, might, if put in practice, at least afford some little novelty." The table of contents includes The first gun, The old punt: a curious 'turnpike', Tree-shooting: a fishing expedition, Egg-time: a 'gip'-trap, Woodland twilight: traitors on the gibbet, Lurcher-land: 'the park', Oby, and his system: the moucher's calendar, Churchyard pheasants: before the bench, Luke, the rabbit-contractor: the brook path. Farmer Willum's place: snipe-shooting, Ferreting: a rabbit-hunter, and A winter night: old tricks: pheasant-stalking: matchlock versus breech-loader: conclusion.
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  15. Jack finally receives a coded message from his brother Max, possibly detailing his whereabouts. But duty calls, and Jack is whisked away to the sweltering savannah of Kenya before he can decipher it. Once there, a wise and kind Masai chief alerts Jack to a series of elephant killings where the corpses have been robbed of their tusks. Jack must find the malevolent ring of poachers responsible before more of these endangered species are destroyed.
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  16. The Cat in the Hat introduces young readers to nature's perfect package! a Young readers will be delighted to join the Cat in the Hat as he cracks open the science of eggs-from the different animals that lay them to the amazing shapes, sizes, and colors they can be! An ideal choice for supporting preschool and kindergarten egg science curriculum, kids will learn about kinds of nests, the stages of development inside a chicken egg, and much, much more. Fans of the hit PBS Kids television show The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! won't want to miss this egg-citing new addition to the Learning Library series!
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  17. Eggs on Top is a basic primer focusing on the humble, healthy and delicious egg with 80 recipes; from a simple boiled egg to Freeform Vegetable Lasagne with Smoked Mozzarella and Crispy Eggs. If you can cook an egg, you can cook almost anything.
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  18. Finally, delicious recipes for cookies, cakes, and other baked goods that use no eggsMillions of people— including 5 percent of all American children— have a food allergy, and eggs are one of the most common culprits. In this easy-to-use collection of recipes, Rosemarie Emro presents more than one hundred crowd-pleasing desserts and other treats that contain no eggs. These are delicious cakes, cookies, breads, muffins, brownies, bars, pies, and cobblers with all the flavor, texture, and delights egg-allergic families have been longing for. Everyone who wants to avoid eggs can now rediscover the joys of baking.
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  19. From kangaroos and sharks to chickens and sunflowers, each title in this series is packed with facts about a life cycle. Photographs show children the processes that animals and plants go through on their way to being fully grown.
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  20. The ladies at the Cackleberry Club cafe are busy preparing for Halloween. But someone's jumped the gun on the tricks. As mayoral candidate Chuck Peebler leaves the cafe, he gets struck with a crossbow arrow and is killed instantly. And when another murder occurs on the historical society's Quilt Trail, the Cackleberry Club needs to sniff out the bad egg-before he strikes again.
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