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  • Spanish Flu vs Covid-19, which is the worst pandemic?

    by Farzana Prior
    A hundred years ago, the world was gripped by a pandemic. Today the world is again in the grips of an uncaring and unrelenting pandemic. When will the next one come, will we be ready? This book seeks to compare Covid-19 with the Spanish Flu, with a view to extracting and documenting the lessons we have learned, and should have learned. Armed with this information, we can be better prepared for when the next pandemic strikes.
  • A Junior Ranger's Guide to the US National Parks

    by Eric Feichthaler
    I hope you are as excited about visiting our country’s national parks and monuments as I am. Our country is amazing and has so much for us to enjoy. Whenever I am on a trip to a new national park, I like to write about and draw what I see. I have been visiting national parks since I was 8 and have been documenting my travels in a journal with photos and memories. I have had the good fortune to travel to all 50 states in which I visited 50 of our nation's 62 national parks from 2015 – 2020. I hav... more
  • Paradoxes

    by Hamza E Alsamraee
  • Atlantis, Found? An investigation into ancient accounts, bathymetry and climatology

    by Jonathan Northcote
    What if Plato's Atlantis was a real, identifiable place? How would this affect accepted history (where does history start and pre-history end) and, even, accepted geology? This is NOT about any Atlantean civilisation. It is about comparing Plato's description of the physical environment of Atlantis with a sunken area in the Atlantic ocean and showing (by reference to many peer-reviewed scientific works) that most of Plato's descriptions are found in this sunken area.
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  • The Hugonauts - Animals of the North Pole

    by mark morris
    Come join Hugo, and his 2 offsiders, Iggy the iguana, and Boobie the bird, on their adventures of discovery, exploring the North Pole and the amazing animals that make these incredible places their home. Apart from finding Hugo hidden in each scene, enjoy 28 pages of fun stories filled with clever wordplay, engaging illustrated characters, and learn some fun facts about the North Pole and the animals that live there. Visit www.thehugonauts.com to experience any one of our 4 Amazing Anima... more
  • The Hugonauts - Animals of the South Pole

    by mark morris
    Come join Hugo, and his 2 offsiders, Iggy the iguana, and Boobie the bird, on their adventures of discovery, exploring the South Pole and the amazing animals that make these incredible places their home. Apart from finding Hugo hidden in each scene, enjoy 28 pages of fun stories filled with clever wordplay, engaging illustrated characters, and learn some fun facts about the South Pole and the animals that live there. Visit www.thehugonauts.com to experience any one of our 4 Amazing Anima... more
  • The Hugonauts - Animals of Australia

    by mark morris
    Come join Hugo, and his 2 offsiders, Iggy the iguana, and Boobie the bird, on their adventures of discovery, exploring Australia and the amazing animals that make this incredible place their home. Apart from finding Hugo hidden in each scene, enjoy 28 pages of fun stories filled with clever wordplay, engaging illustrated characters, and learn some fun facts about Australia and the animals that live there. Visit www.thehugonauts.com to experience any one of our 4 Amazing Animal Adventures... more
  • The Hugonauts: Animals of Africa

    by Mark Morris

    Come join Hugo, and his 2 offsiders, Iggy the iguana, and Boobie the bird, on their adventures of discovery, exploring Africa and the amazing animals that make these incredible places their home. Apart from finding Hugo hidden in each scene, enjoy 28 pages of fun stories filled with clever wordplay, engaging illustrated characters, and learn some fun facts about Africa and the animals that live there. Visit www.thehugonauts.com to experience any one of our 4 Amazing Animal Adventures, and in ... more

  • Author

    by David McArthur
    The world around us is full of millions and millions of unappreciated, but amazingly fantastic bugs. From the smallest ant to the largest snail, each has it's own characteristic which makes it uniquely suited to thrive in its own environment. ‘What Does a Caterpillar Do?’ allows children to, through the eyes of the cheeky caterpillar, meet some of these bugs and to learn a little bit about what makes them so different. Featuring beautiful and humorous illustrations by the fantastic Lucy Roger... more
  • Our Pets and Us: The Evolution of a Relationship

    by T. E. Creus
    Why do we love pets? When were dogs domesticated? Is it true that cats were sacred in Egypt? What happened to pedigree dogs during the French Revolution? Were black cats persecuted during the Middle Ages? What happened to Laika and other space pets? Can you clone your pet after he dies? How will pets be in the future?This fascinating book will take you through a journey along the history of our relationship with our animal friends -- dog, cats, and a few other more exotic creatures -- from befor... more
  • A Young Person's Field Guide to Finding Lost Shipwrecks

    by Laurie Anne Zaleski
    A Young Person's Field Guide to Finding Lost Shipwrecks is an autobiographical account of a nautical archeological expedition. Written by the marine geologist in charge of the survey, it discusses and explains the science behind a multibeam sonar and other technology used for the expedition, as well as describing the day-to-day operations aboard a 37-meter research vessel. The story begins alongside a dock in Cadiz, Spain, where three archeologists, two college students on a summer internshi... more
  • While I Still Am, ISBN 978-1-951943-28-8

    by Jodie A Cooper
    While I Still Am is a children’s book about endangered animals. Delightfully illustrated in watercolor, with fascinating details about each of the 12 featured animals and why they are endangered, the book is designed to teach compassion. Reference sites are included to provide additional information about wildlife conservancy, protecting the environment, and what each of us can do to positively impact our world. The smallest of change from the smallest of individual can help preserve these spec... more
  • Regreening the Built Environment: Nature, Green Space, and Sustainability

    by Michael A. Richards
    Regreening the Built Environment examines the relationship between the built environment and nature and demonstrates how rethinking the role and design of infrastructure can environmentally, economically, and socially sustain the earth. In the past, infrastructure and green or park spaces have been regarded as two opposing factors and placed in conflict with one another through irresponsible patterns of development. This book attempts to change this paradigm and create a new notion that green... more
  • This Is My Home

    by Ana
    The book glorifies the beauty and riches of the planet Earth that enabled civilisation to flower We should teach our children to love and care for it in order to support and maintain all life on it. We teach children to share good and bad with their friends but we must do the same with Mother Earth that gave birth to all of us.
  • Hatch!

    by Cassie Hoyt
    Hatch! is an exploration of animals that hatch from eggs. The bold and colorful illustrations paired with singsong, rhyming text will captivate curious babies and toddlers!

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