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by Julie Murray
by illustrat Jonathan Drori
by ERNST HAECKEL
Ernst Heinrich Haeckel (1834-1919) was renowned as one of the foremost early exponents of Darwinism. His work was credited with having caused the acceptance of Darwinism in Europe, and his popular studies - preaching the continuity of all ...
Among the earliest known works on choosing, caring for, and riding horses, this book is still hailed--2,300 years after it was written - as one of the most complete, thoughtful, and accessible guides of its type. Civilization has changed ...
200 Key Concepts Explained in an Instant
by Giles Sparrow
52 Family-Friendly Activities
by Michelle Nichols
<i>Astronomy Lab for Kids</i> teaches children the wonders of the galaxy through hands on activities that can be done right in your own home. ...
John James Audubon's regal vision of the greater flamingo, rendered with the utmost accuracy. Reproduced in brilliant colour on sturdy stock from the naturalist's celebrated Birds of America, this high-quality poster is suitable for framing. ...
by Dr Melanie Windridge
The beautiful aurorae, or northern lights, are the stuff of legends. The ancient stories of the Sami people warn that if you mock the lights they will seize you, and their mythical appeal continues to capture the hearts and imagination of people
by Kenneth McNamara
On Earth, catastrophic impact of an asteroid or comet with truly global consequences has not happened during our written history, and the threat seems very small. Giant scars on our planet?s surface are relics of an impact history stretching ...
A Guide to Species of Medical and Veterinary Importance
by Ross McKenzie
<i>Australia?s Poisonous Plants, Fungi and Cyanobacteria</i> is the first full-colour, comprehensive guide to the major natural threats to health in Australia affecting domestic and native animals and humans. The overriding aim of the book is to
by Richard Allen and Kimbal Baker
Elephantine Boabs dot the Kimberley region of Western Australia; cattle rub against giant Bottle Trees and Ironbarks in Queensland, and Strangler Figs with 40-metre girths thrive in our northern rainforests. Snow Gums and Shining Gums eke out ...
by Ferret Russel
Australia's Volcanoes will take you on a journey of discovery through Australia's volcanic upheaval. The book explains what happened all those years ago to create the volcanic landforms that you see today. Most of the sites featured are ...
by Templin Michelle
This handbook covers all you need to know to get started with raising your very own flock of chickens.Whether you're considering getting chickens, or already have a few in the backyard, you will find answers to all your questions here.Fresh ...
by MEMBERS OF BACKYARD CHICKENS.COM
Keeping chickens isn't just for farms! The backyard chicken revolution has coops popping up in neighbourhoods all over. Home-raised chickens provide a great source of superior, organic eggs that are as close as your backyard. Chickens also make ...
by ELLEN ZACHOS
There's food growing everywhere! You'll be amazed by how many of the plants you see each day are actually nutritious edibles. Ideal for first-time foragers, this book features 70 edible weeds, flowers, mushrooms, and ornamental plants typically
by Alanna Moore
by Daniel Heath Justice
<p>From the iconic European badger to the African honey badger, the hog badger of Southeast Asia and the North American badger, this book is the first truly global cultural history of the animal in over 30 years. Profusely illustrated with ...
Unique to North America, the bald eagle is known for its long life, great strength, and majestic looks. This dramatic painting of the national bird by naturalist John James Audubon is powerfully rendered and reprinted on sturdy, laminated poster
Or, How a Dog Becomes a Christmas Card
by Peter Thorpe
by Tessa Laird
<p>Bats have been misunderstood and maligned in the West for centuries. Unfair associations with demons have seen their leathery wings adorn numerous evil characters, from the Devil to Bram Stoker's <i>Dracula</i>. But these amazing animals are ...