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Backyard Pretty Thoughts Pamela Loperena
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Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Binding: Perfect Bound
Backyard Pretty Thoughts explores the hidden forested feelings behind the shadows of the efflorescent human mind. You'll delve into an introspective view—an abstract world filled with luscious emotion—where nature's subtle and sudden sides embody the modern haiku. Through these pages, Pamela's words shed sunlight on life, love, twisted, fantastical moments, immersing readers out of reality's fences—beyond backyard unknown. This collection will breathe a cloud of fresh air to your lungs.
Embracing Change: The Story of a Monarch Butterfly by Corey E. Nagle
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Size: 7.5" x 7.5"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781620306406
Changes coming? Learn from the Monarch butterfly! The story of the Monarch butterfly from egg to adult helps us see change and how we can embrace the good and beauty in change! The colorful, whimsical illustrations add to the story. Facts about Monarch butterflies and inspirational quotes are included at the end of the book. Learn from the Monarch, embrace change, and be a better you!
Looking: Patterns in Animal Tracks by Corey E. Nagle
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Size: 7.5" x 7.5"
Binding: Perfect Bound
When looking at animal tracks, the patterns we see can help us learn about the animals' actions. This book looks at 12 different animals, tracks they make, and patterns they leave. A great book with illustrations and practice for picking out the patterns in the tracks!
Shiver Me Timbers! Hast Ye Been Out-Humanized By A Dumb Brute, Ahab? David C. Lapan, A.A., B.A.
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Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
A Scholarly Analysis on the Intelligence of Sperm Whales, i.e. Moby Dick, and a New Theory on the Rescue of Ishmael. Multiple scholars provide evidence to the high intelligence and intrinsic emotions of the sperm whale in order to lend support to the thesis of the paper. Lastly, the author presents a new argument, and challenges the established norm to provide textual evidence to support the theory: it is Moby Dick, himself, who saves Ishmael’s life. Peer Reviewed: Yes Keywords: whale intelligence, whale emotions, whaling, Moby Dick, Captain Ahab, nautical catastrophes.
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