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At Home In The Rain Forest

Author : Diane Willow
ISBN : 9781607344315
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Beautiful color illustrations accompany an entertaining and informative text that takes us on an amazing journey through the forest. From the tops of the tropical trees to the forest floor, readers can observe the inter-relationships of plants and animals which thrive at each level of the rain forest.

Home In The Rain

Author : Bob Graham
ISBN : 1406379786
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House Of Rain

Author : Craig Childs
ISBN : 9780759518575
Genre : History
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The greatest "unsolved mystery" of the American Southwest is the fate of the Anasazi, the native peoples who in the eleventh century converged on Chaco Canyon (in today's southwestern New Mexico) and built what has been called the Las Vegas of its day, a flourishing cultural center that attracted pilgrims from far and wide, a vital crossroads of the prehistoric world. The Anasazis' accomplishments - in agriculture, in art, in commerce, in architecture, and in engineering - were astounding, rivaling those of the Mayans in distant Central America. By the thirteenth century, however, the Anasazi were gone from Chaco. Vanished. What was it that brought about the rapid collapse of their civilization? Was it drought? pestilence? war? forced migration? mass murder or suicide? For many years conflicting theories have abounded. Craig Childs draws on the latest scholarly research, as well as on a lifetime of adventure and exploration in the most forbidding landscapes of the American Southwest, to shed new light on this compelling mystery.

The Rain Forests Of Home

Author : Peter Schoonmaker
ISBN : 9781610913379
Genre : Nature
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Stretching from the redwoods of California to the vast stands of spruce and hemlock in southeast Alaska, coastal temperate rain forests have been home to one of the highest densities of human settlements on the continent for thousands of years. However, the well-being of this region is increasingly threatened by diminishing natural capital, declining employment in traditional resource-based industries, and outward migration of young people to cities. The Rain Forests of Home brings together a diverse array of thinkers -- conservationists, community organizers, botanists, anthropologists, zoologists, Native Americans, ecologists, and others -- to present a multilayered, multidimensional portrait of the coastal temperate rain forest and its people. Joining natural and social science perspectives, the book provides readers with a valuable understanding of the region's natural and human history, along with a vision of its future and strategies for realizing that vision. Authors describe the physical setting and examine the geographic and evolutionary forces that have shaped the region since the last glacial period, with individual chapters covering oceanography, climate, geologic processes, vegetation, fauna, streams and rivers, and terrestrial/marine interactions. Three chapters cover the history of human habitation, and the book concludes with an exploration of recent economic, political, and cultural trends.Interspersed among the chapters are compelling profiles of community-level initiatives and programs aimed at restoring damaged ecosystems, promoting sustainable use of resources, and fostering community-based economic development. The Rain Forests of Home offers for the first time a unified description of the characteristics, history, culture, economy, and ecology of the coastal temperate rain forest. It is essential reading for anyone who lives in or cares about the region.

I Shall Sing And Dance In The Rain

Author : Gregory Wilson
ISBN : 9781493159079
Genre : Philosophy
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Gregory Wilson is Jamaican. He is a graduate from the University of the West Indies, at Mona, Jamaica. Mr. Wilson has been teaching for almost all of his adult life. In addition, he has been writing poems since high school. If Gregory has a love for teaching, he has a passion for writing--poems. He has been to several workshops and international poetry competitions. In 2005, he was second place winner at a convention of poets held in Reno, Nevada, by the Famous Poets Society. the kids whom he teaches, as well as his colleagues, and diverse audiences always enjoy listening to him read and recite his poems. Presently, Mr. Wilson teaches English language and literature at a prestigious high school in the Bahamas.

Love Because Of Rain

Author : Raj Kirpalsinh
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A beautiful love story of a School Girl and a College Boy.

Enviro 1

Author : Judith Green
ISBN : 144903909X
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Every choice we make affects our environment, whether its the car we drive or the power we use in our home. Our choices have led to global warming and the depletion of Earths resources. Dismayed by the deteriorating state of the environment and invigorated by the teachers challenge to find sustainable solutions, a group of high school students spur into action. Blue, Blossom and Prizurv collaborate with their distant friend, Fawrkast, to form an organization to promote awareness and develop sustainable solutions. The students efforts engulf them in a struggle to reclaim their Earth. Their insights and experiences from their summer vacations empower them to address environmental issues affecting water, air, soil, energy and consumer goods. With the help of Fawrkasts unique perspective from the developing world and the students own experiences abroad, the group embarks on an adventure to save Earth. The heroes unite and form ENVIRO 1!

The House That Turns Black In The Rain

Author : A.T. Martin
ISBN : 9781499015171
Genre : Fiction
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The House That Turns Black in the Rain, though a work of fiction, is written to reflect the style and manner of the nineteenth century. Conforming to modern sensibilities, positions, and tastes would violate the novel’s authenticity.

Creating Rain Gardens

Author : Apryl Uncapher
ISBN : 9781604693973
Genre : Gardening
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“A beautifully-written, practical guide to planning and creating your own rain garden.” —Green Upgrader You probably spend hundreds of dollars watering your yard, but there is an easy way to save money and resources—by collecting rain to reuse in front and backyards. In Creating Rain Gardens, water conservation experts Cleo Woelfle-Erskine and Apryl Uncapher walk you through the entire process, with step-by-step instructions for designing and building swales, French drains, rain gardens, and ephemeral ponds. From soil preparation, planting, troubleshooting, and maintenance, to selecting palettes of water-loving plants that provide four-season interest and a habitat for wildlife, Creating Rain Gardens covers everything you need to create a beautiful rain garden at home.

Pictures Of Life At Home And Abroad

Author : Albert Smith
ISBN : BL:A0020414673
Genre : English literature
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