This amazing full-color sticker activity book, based in the world of the Skylanders Spyro's Adventure video game, features 16 pages of adventure packed with puzzles and games and has four pages of full-color stickers.
Finding Munchkin is a book around one man's trip who safeguarded numerous kittens and began to look all starry eyed at the little animal many people fear called the cat. He concludes that he might want to be a feline proprietor and searches for a kitty to call his own. He appears in this book felines are extremely cherishing and lovable pets. Felines get an awful rep as pets. In this book Troy Moore gives much needed tips and exhortation on the most proficient method to deal with a feline. He shares his touching stories about his bond with his new feline Munchkin. He demonstrates to you that felines are an extraordinary sidekick and everything that has been said negative in regards to them isn't generally valid.
This is a brilliant book for pet proprietors, kids and individuals who are contemplating embracing a feline. This book will enlighten you about cats. The download version of this book is filled with 12 beautiful animal photos.
If you purchase the paperback version it has a bonus of 28 more photos with a total of 40. From this book you will learn: 1. Why cats are not terrible pets. 2. Instructions to tend to your cat. 3. Instructions to deal with a getting out of hand cat. 4. What signs to search for when your cat is sick. 5.
Instructions to make a cat your companion. 6. Why cats can be man's best friend. This book is a touching, adorable and a convincing read. You will learn much about felines. Not exclusively is his stories are about his feline, yet in addition on tending to a feline. He shares all that he has learned in this book to get people to have a better understanding about cats.
In Rue Saint Jacques, cultural discovery is weaved throughout a story of loss, intrigue and self-sacrifice. Young Tennessean Marie Doughten becomes fixated on discovering the secret behind her reclusive employer's forbidden, padlocked room in his 5th arrondissement apartment.
Marie's insatiable curiosity forces her to choose between placing her own life at risk to help the mysterious Charles-Henri de la Motte, or maintain her distance and suffer the consequences of her apathy.
Italy The Places In Between by Kate Simon is not a tourist guide to the major cities of Italy like Milan, Venice, Florence, Naples, and Rome; it's a valuable and elegant source to the historical, topographical, architectural, and cultural riches of Italy beyond those big cities. In this reissue of her 1984 classic, Kate Simon reveals the special charm of places like the Umbrian hill towns, the enchantments of the Etruscan tomb paintings of Tarquinia, and the watery grace of Treviso. Incomparably well-written, Italy The Places In Between will captivate both the novice and the seasoned traveler and most likely become an excellent travel companion.
Beyond the killing fields and the temples of Angkor is Cambodia: a country with a genocidal past and a wide, open smile. A frontier land where anything is possible - at least for the tourists.
In Holiday in Cambodia Laura Jean McKay explores the electric zone where local and foreign lives meet. Three backpackers board a train, ignoring the danger signs - and find themselves in the hands of the Khmer Rouge. Elderly sisters are visited by their vampire niece from Australia and set out to cure her. A singer creates a sensation in swinging 1969, on the eve of an American bombing campaign. These are bold and haunting stories by a remarkable new talent. 'Each of these stories is like catching a snippet of a conversation or looking into a lit window in a dark night, and loitering longer than you should to hear and see what characters inadvertently reveal about themselves. Holiday in Cambodia shows the ugly side of post-colonial tourism, as well as moments of great pathos and dignity, in a compelling and empathetic voice.'-Alice Pung 'Polished, Hemingwayesque snapshots, vivid and atmospheric' - Steven Carroll About the author: Laura Jean McKay is the author of Holiday in Cambodia shortlisted for the NSW Premier’s Literary Award 2014, the Queensland Literary Award 2014 and The Asher Award 2015 for women writing on an anti-war theme. Laura’s writing has been published in The Best Australian Stories, Award Winning Australian Writing and Meanjin and is forthcoming in the U.
S. in J Journal and The North American Review. She is a PhD candidate at the University of Melbourne and the recipient of a Martin Bequest Traveling Scholarship. Her short story collection Holiday in Cambodia is out now with Black Inc. Go to blackincbooks.com
Tareq Y. Ismael and Mustafa Aydin explore Turkey's role within a globalizing world and, as a new century unfolds, examine a nation at the crossroads of both time and space within the international political order. The volume discusses potential policies and their suspected implications for Turkey and its people in the 21st century. Chapters consider Turkey's policy history and prospects with Europe and the United States as well as regional concerns such as Greece, the Caucasus and Central Asia. Policy issues such as security, economic development and integration, as well as globalization and migration are discussed with positive alternatives outlined for Turkish policy-makers and the academics who examine them.