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Jungle Paradise

Author : Lorna Scobie
ISBN : 178488040X
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Paint the colors of your very own jungle oasis with this beautifully packaged adult coloring book. Escape the stresses of life and transport yourself to the heart of the jungle by simply picking up a colored pencil. Featuring all your favorite jungle animals—from chameleons, toucans, leopards, and anteaters to turtles, tropical fish, and vibrant plant life—Jungle Paradise includes a combination of detailed illustrated scenes and cross sections (for a longer coloring session) and simpler, abstract objects (for short breaks). It is sure to match your every mood and creative urge. You can color in the rain forest or add in your own flora and fauna to create a unique artwork. The artist’s intricate style of illustration invites you to reach for a pen and immerse yourself in this exotic jungle world. Complete with motivational and calming quotes throughout, this is the perfect coloring book to help you relax and unwind.

Planet Paradise And The Law Of The Jungle

Author : Morris Haimowitz
ISBN : 9781479723126
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This is the memoir of 94 year old Morris Haimowitz, co-author of several books with his wife of 57 years, Dr. Natalie Reader. In these pages Dr. Haimowitz tells the story of his life, from the orange groves of Florida to witnessing the bombing of Iwo Jima, from selling shoes for five dollars a week to calming race riots in Chicago, from recycling army uniforms and airplane boxes in Hawaii to evaluating schools, economic, informational and medical systems. Morris served in the US Airforce for four years where he received the bronze star medal. He taught community organization at the University of Chicago, was director of human relations at Chicago board of education during the race riot years of the 1960's, and taught on Chicago public television for 10 years. He served as board member of the international transactional analysis association for 11 years, while teaching transactional analysis internationally for 30 years. Throughout his book, Dr. Haimowitz recounts the politics and dynamics he witnessed while working closely with students, teachers, parents, principals, superintendents, police, as well as patients, and colleagues. Currently, Morris gardens, runs on his treadmill, studies nutrition, and writes poems for his three daughters and five grandchildren.

Children Of Paradise

Author : Fred D'Aguiar
ISBN : 9781847088635
Genre : Fiction
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In the opening pages of this novel, an accident brings a young girl to the attention of the Preacher, the all-powerful leader of a religious cult secluded in the jungle. Trina has only dim memories of the life she lived with her mother before they joined the community and the closed, close society is all she knows. When she is singled out for special favour, it becomes clear that the gaze of the Preacher can be a dangerous thing. As the Preacher's behaviour and the demands he places on his followers become more extreme, Trina's mother begins to question her faith in the charismatic but fatally flawed leader and to dream of an escape from his control. In this powerful re-imagining of the infamous Jonestown tragedy, D'Aguiar writes with the lyrical intensity of a poet, examining the motivations and obsessions that lead to religious fanaticism. This is a novel about the betrayal of faith and of innocence, a story about love, devotion and mania that is a brave attempt to understand the reasoning of people who would, in the end, kill their own children in the prelude to a mass suicide that shocked the world. Although history tells us that the ending of this story can never be anything other than a tragedy, D'Aguiar's compassion, and his ability to draw the reader into the intimate and terrible reality of lives lived at the whim of a corrupt and dangerous cult leader, ensure that in the end this is a story of hope.

Klassik Komix Terrors Of The Jungle

Author : Mini Komix
ISBN : 9781387314294
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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Klassik Komix explores Terrors Of The Jungle! Starring Sheena, Death-Man of Angola, Trader Jim, Animan, and Tygra fighting voodoo, black magic, jungle mystery, dinosaurs, aliens, poachers, and more! 100 Big Pages of savage tales!

Bloody Jungle Rain

Author : M. J. Earle
ISBN : 9781608606030
Genre : Fiction
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One of the most compelling and thought-provoking Vietnam stories ever told begins with an explosion that seriously injures Corporal James Morrison. At first he wonders why he's lying on his back and it's raining on a sunny day. Then he realizes it isn't rain coming down, but human blood. Bloody Jungle Rain explores what happens to the reluctant Marine who was wounded in 1968. His brush with death brings Morrison to an operating room and a near-death experience that changes his life forever. The wounded Marine faces Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, depression, alcoholism and a broken marriage. Yet through his maze of problems there runs a thread of determination and the hope of finding a peaceful harbor. Sadly though, peace was difficult to find for many Vietnam veterans returning home to an unsympathetic public. This story about courage by Colorado native M.J. Earle was written to remember a childhood friend killed in Vietnam. The author says it proves that it is possible to overcome horrendous problems as long as there is faith and hope in the human heart.

It S A Jungle Up There

Author : Margaret D. Lowman
ISBN : 0300153414
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Drawn to the mysteries of tropical rain forests and fascinated by life in the treetops, Meg Lowman has pursued a life of scientific exploration while raising her two sons, Edward and James Burgess. This book recounts their family adventures in remote parts of the world (Samoa, West Africa, Peru, Panama, India, Biosphere 2, and others), from the perspectives of both kids and parent. Together they explore tropical rain forests, encounter anacondas and piranhas, eat crickets as hors d’oeuvres, discover new species, and nurture a family ethic for conservation. The chapters of the book focus on field biology questions, the canopy access methods developed to answer the questions, and conservation or education components of each expedition. Lowman enumerates the challenges and joys of juggling parenthood and career, and the children reflect on how their mom’s work has affected their lives. A rollicking, inspiring book, It’s a Jungle Up There is an upbeat portrayal of how a parent’s career can imprint children, and how children in turn can influence the success and trajectory of their parent’s career.

Caribbean Literature And The Environment

Author : Elizabeth M. DeLoughrey
ISBN : 0813923727
Genre : History
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Examines the literatures of the Caribbean from an ecocritical perspective in all language areas of the region. This book explores the ways in which the history of transplantation and settlement has provided unique challenges and opportunities for establishing a sense of place and an environmental ethic in the Caribbean.

Soldier In Paradise

Author : Steven S. Cullen
ISBN : 9781463459826
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 55. 43 MB
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Soldier In Paradise is a novel salivating in the human experience of living, dying, and war. Steven S. Cullen's concise and detailed writing creates the perfect platform for a reader to understand the physical, emotional, and unique concept of life during and after war. This story follows the direct experience and reality of young man's journey. Although the characters names and information are counterfeit, the storyline and testimony are based on true events from this author occurrence

House Jungle

Author : Annie Dornan-Smith
ISBN : 9781612129440
Genre : Gardening
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House Jungle is a joyful, illustrated introduction to indoor gardening, presented with a decorator’s eye. The vibrant drawings and hand-lettered text of author-illustrator Annie Dornan-Smith show how to prepare the perfect container and select plants based not only on their light and watering needs, but also on their looks! Whether your home style calls for large architectural plants, hanging baskets, or cacti and succulents, Dornan-Smith offers a visual rundown of the top choices. No gardening experience? No problem! Check out the section on “Houseplants That Can Take Abuse.”

The Idea Of Nature In Disney Animation

Author : David Whitley
ISBN : 9781409489917
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Whitley's compelling study complicates our understanding of the classic Disney canon by focusing on the way images of the natural world are mediated within popular art for children. He examines a range of Disney's feature animations, from Snow White to Finding Nemo to show that, even as the films communicate the central ideologies of their times.

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