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Dinosaurs With Jobs

Author : Theo Nicole Lorenz
ISBN : 1492647217
Genre : Games
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Dinosaurs work hard for a living, and their efforts deserve to be recognized. This coloring book features 20 examples of the dinosaur driving instructors, dog groomers, astronauts, tech support specialists, and more whose work makes our world a better place. Theo Nicole's Lorenz's humorous, offbeat coloring books are perfect for anyone looking to break outside the world of patterns and mandalas, and add some laughter along the way!

Unicorns Are Jerks Also Featuring Dinosaurs With Jobs And Mer World Problems

Author : Theo Lorenz
ISBN : 1492648035
Genre : Art
File Size : 37. 44 MB
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All your favorite fantastical creatures, together at last! Unicorns think they're so great because they're all mysterious and magical, but they can be real jerks sometimes. Dinosaurs work hard for a living, and their efforts deserve to be recognized. Mermaids might seem to have it all, with their shiny tails and fancy seashell castles, but life under the sea is full of difficulties.

Obamacare Dinosaurs Red Necks And Radicals

Author : Rose M. Colombo
ISBN : 9781479770007
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Exploding Stars Dead Dinosaurs And Zombies

Author : Andrew Root
ISBN : 9781506446752
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Many things threaten the faith of youth today, but none more than science. The commitments of science and Christianity seem to be at odds—science makes truth claims based on experiments and proofs, while religion asks for belief and trust. But Andrew Root demonstrates that, in fact, the two are not incompatible. Root, a renowned expert on adolescent spirituality, shows how science overstates its claims on truth, while faith often understates its own claims. Both faith and science frame the experience and reality of teenagers, and both have something valuable to offer as adolescents develop. Drawing on a fictional account of a youth pastor and the various students he encounters, Root paints a compelling picture of how faith can flourish, even in our scientific age.

Daily Journals

Author : Carol Simpson
ISBN : 0673360628
Genre : Education
File Size : 38. 25 MB
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Ideas and examples for helping children keep journals and do other creative writing activities.

Transforming The Dinosaurs

Author : Douglas Chalmers Hague
ISBN : 9781898309109
Genre : Corporate culture
File Size : 72. 54 MB
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Greenhouse Of The Dinosaurs

Author : Donald R. Prothero
ISBN : 9780231518321
Genre : Science
File Size : 71. 57 MB
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Donald R. Prothero's science books combine leading research with first-person narratives of discovery, injecting warmth and familiarity into a profession that has much to offer nonspecialists. Bringing his trademark style and wit to an increasingly relevant subject of concern, Prothero links the climate changes that have occurred over the past 200 million years to their effects on plants and animals. In particular, he contrasts the extinctions that ended the Cretaceous period, which wiped out the dinosaurs, with those of the later Eocene and Oligocene epochs. Prothero begins with the "greenhouse of the dinosaurs," the global-warming episode that dominated the Age of Dinosaurs and the early Age of Mammals. He describes the remarkable creatures that once populated the earth and draws on his experiences collecting fossils in the Big Badlands of South Dakota to sketch their world. Prothero then discusses the growth of the first Antarctic glaciers, which marked the Eocene-Oligocene transition, and shares his own anecdotes of excavations and controversies among colleagues that have shaped our understanding of the contemporary and prehistoric world. The volume concludes with observations about Nisqually Glacier and other locations that show how global warming is happening much quicker than previously predicted, irrevocably changing the balance of the earth's thermostat. Engaging scientists and general readers alike, Greenhouse of the Dinosaurs connects events across thousands of millennia to make clear the human threat to natural climate change.

We Don T Dig Dinosaurs

Author : Sue T. Carter
ISBN : 9781499007718
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 38. 69 MB
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There is a wide held misconception that archaeologist dig up dinosaurs - we don't, we leave that to the palaeontologists. Archaeology is the study of the human past and there is an approximate gap of 64 million years between the extinction of the dinosaurs and human evolution. This book holds insights into what archaeologists from around the world really do in their work life, and why they chose archaeology as a career. Stories ranging from animals, the environment, sacrifice, human remains, community involvement and even fantasy related archaeology, this book in an insight into the many aspects of life in the interesting and diverse career of archaeology. Whether you are a student looking at studying archaeology, an armchair critic, someone who finds the subject interesting, or think that archaeology involves just three days of 'digging', this book will open up a whole new world of what is involved in the eclectic career of an archaeologist.

Rowdy Entrepreneurs And Insecure Dinosaurs

Author : Murat Karamuftuoglu
ISBN : 9781780992884
Genre : Business & Economics
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Rowdy Entrepreneurs and Insecure Dinosaurs is about invention and innovation in the context of postmodern society and information economy. It applies "popular culture" theory to such companies as Virgin, Microsoft, and Apple, to analyse their innovation strategies. This is the first book of its kind that mingles popular culture theory with innovation theory and entrepreneurship. It is written, true to the spirit of popular culture, in a lively style with abundant popular cultural references, and textual and visual puns.

The Everything Kids Dinosaurs Book

Author : Kathi Wagner
ISBN : 9781440523298
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 31. 31 MB
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Stomp, crash, and thrash through hours of puzzles, games, and activities! The Everything Kids' Dinosaur Book combines exciting and educational facts about dinosaurs with super-cool puzzles and awesome activities that will keep kids roaring, stomping and leaping for more. Inside they'll find out about the different types of dinosaurs, where they came from, how they lived and a ton (or two) more! With The Everything Kids' Dinosaur Book, kids can: Learn about what paleontologists study Maneuver through swampy amphibian mazes Create big dino fun with crafty art and cooking projects Hunt for hidden dinosaurs in the most unlikely places Discover modern-day fun facts about fossils Part educational tool, part activity book, The Everything Kids Dinosaur Book is guaranteed to keep kids entertained--and learning--for hours at a time.

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