Can You Guess What I Am?


Author: J. P. Percy

Publisher: Franklin Watts

ISBN: 9781445137995

Category: Nature

Page: 24

View: 6182

Just how closely do you look at the world around you? Could you recognise a spider's web, a leaf or a flower from a close up picture? A book that encourages children to use observation skills to translate what they see in the real word, to what they read and see on a page. Fun activity suggestions at the back of the book will help children and parents, teachers and carers to make the most of this book. For EYFS children a series of four books based on familiar subjects for very young children.

Guess What Came to Dinner?

Parasites and Your Health

Author: Ann Louise Gittleman

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9781583330968

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 164

View: 5241

Explains what parasites are, how they are spread, describes the symptoms of parasitic diseases, and discusses medical treatments and prevention.

Heavy Burdens with Luggage

Author: Andrea L. Nelson

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1477115447

Category: Fiction

Page: 318

View: 2457

Heavy Burdens with luggage shows us that we all have secrets, burdens that we pick up and carry around daily, which often leads to disastrous results. This fictional tale introduces us to individuals we recognize as family, and reminds us that love can keep us together. Meet Teresa Rosser, heavy burdened with her mother's antics of being a certified nut. Others weave in and out of this novel; which reminds us that it really takes a village to lead the way. Teresa learns the value of life, what truly makes her happy, how she revolves In a full circle; then enters Gerald, the most beautiful chocolate creature God ever created upon the face of this beautiful Earth.....God is good all the time. Enjoy.


Author: Noel Castree

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 9780415339056

Category: Nature

Page: 281

View: 7940

"Nature is an advanced introduction to its topic. For students, it aims to inform and to challenge by showing that nature is not what it seems to be. For geography teachers and researchers, Nature brings together ideas and arguments hitherto compartmentalised into geography's three main parts (human, physical and environmental geography). In so doing it offers fresh insights into one of the discipline's most familiar, yet elusive, objects of analysis, policy formation and moral concern."--BOOK JACKET.

The Art of Connecting With Nature

Author: Mark J. Platten

Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing

ISBN: 1457547708

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 146

View: 7662

The Art of Connecting With Nature emerged from Mark’s desire to have others experience the “living presence” of the natural world. Within these pages you’ll discover 22 co-authors who have established a relationship with nature that reclaims what indigenous people worldwide express as kinship, centeredness, and the ability to make decisions through the eyes of future generations. The book is divided into four experiential themes: physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual. We invite you to open to whatever chapter calls to you, since each stands on its own. At the end of each section we’ve provided tools, rituals, and practices to help you develop, or enhance, your own relationship with nature. These are activities that have helped us; but in the end, we each have our own journey that cannot be defined by another’s. Visit our Facebook page,, to share your experiences, ask questions, or interact with the artists, professors, musicians, authors, ministers, and others who’ve contributed to this collection.

The Pilgrim's Progress

Author: N.A

Publisher: NavPress

ISBN: 1496417747

Category: Fiction

Page: 448

View: 7647

What does walking with Jesus look like in this life? The Pilgrim’s Progress is one of the greatest Christian classics of all time, answering that question and illustrating the deepest struggles Christians face as they walk with God in this life. Since its publication in 1678, it has been the most widely read Christian book other than the Bible. From the dark confines of a prison cell, John Bunyan wrote a book that transformed not only his experience but that of millions after him. C. S. Lewis described it as “a book that has astonished the whole world.” Today, the power of the original book is often lost on twenty-first century readers. This edition provides a fresh and faithful rendering of this enduring Christian classic in today’s English. Experience a deepening of your faith as you journey along the pilgrim’s path!

The Pilgrim's Progress in Modern English

Author: John Bunyan

Publisher: Bridge Logos Foundation

ISBN: 9780882707570

Category: Fiction

Page: 450

View: 3090

Carefully revised in modern English, this modern classic includes Bunyan's original scripture references plus hundreds of additional references, chapter end-notes to help clarify scriptural and historical references, and an Index of words, meanings, titles, characters, and places. 50+ illustrations. Free audio excerpt download.

The Natural and the Social

Uncertainty, Risk, Change

Author: Steve Hinchliffe,Kath Woodward

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 9780415329699

Category: Social Science

Page: 165

View: 2430

It is no longer possible to see nature and society as entirely separate. Environmental changes and degradation impinge upon all our lives and we may think we live in risky times, under constant threat of environmental disaster. This book draws on insights from across the social sciences to examine the changing character of the interrelations between society and nature. Individual chapters look in more depth at changing classifications of what it means to be human, at what distinguishes human beings from animals, medical practices, links between markets and the environment and our perception of risk and the links between social and natural matters. Throughout readers are encouraged to draw upon their own experiences and examples of contemporary concerns to understand the theoretical and practical problems of living in this new natural-and-social world. (Midwest).

Finish This Book

Author: Keri Smith

Publisher: Particular Books

ISBN: 9781846145209


Page: 208

View: 7554

From author of Wreck this Journal, Keri Smith's Finish this Book is a creative adventure where the reader is the main character - and the author. Dear Reader, One dark and stormy night, I found some strange scattered pages abandoned in a park... I collected and assembled them, trying to solve the mystery of this unexpected discovery, and I am now passing the task on to you. Your mission is to become the new author of this work. You will continue the research and provide the content. In order to complete the task, you will have to undergo some secret intelligence training, which I have included in this volume. Since no one knows what lies ahead, please proceed with caution, but know... This book does not exist without you. Yours truly, Keri Smith Bestselling author Keri Smith is a freelance illustrator by trade, and has illustrated for the Washington Post, The New York Times, Ford Motor Company, People, The Body Shop and Hallmark. She is the author of Wreck This Journal, How To Be An Explorer of the World and Mess. She lives in Canada.

Colors Everywhere

Author: Sam McBratney

Publisher: Candlewick Press (MA)

ISBN: 9780763635459

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 24

View: 1820

Down by the river on a bright summer's day, Big and Little Nutbrown Hare look at all the colors around them and try to decide which ones they like best. On board pages.