Little Ant And The Butterfly

Author: S. M. R. Saia
ISBN: 9781945713002
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Little Ant thinks that he is the best insect in the world. When he meets the slow caterpillar he is not impressed, and tells her so. But has Little Ant judged her too soon? This story is a reimagining of Aesop's classic fable, "The Ant and the Chrysalis," and teaches that appearances can be deceiving. The Little Ant books are reimaginings of Aesop¿s classic fables, teaching timeless lessons like ¿appearances can be deceiving¿ and ¿one good turn deserves another.¿ Brought to life by Tina Perko¿s vibrant and whimsical illustrations, the stories follow Little Ant as he navigates through the challenges and frustrations of growing up. In the tradition of the classic series the Berenstain Bears, Frances, and Thomas the Tank Engine, Little Ant's adventures provide him with opportunities to build character and learn valuable lessons about friendship, kindness, empathy, teamwork, courage, and the importance of being true to yourself.

The Pastor S Sandal Path

Author: Father Henry C. Schmid
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 9781450062572
Size: 17,17 MB
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The Pastors Sandal Path relates my envisioning of God in nature. I was privileged to grow up with my sister and five brothers on a farm where our parents instilled in us the presence of God in our daily lives, as well as in the majesty of Gods nature. My early schooling took place in a one-room country school where our fantastic teacher incorporated the beauty of God and nature in the classroom and on field trips. In the upper grades, the Dominican sisters assisted my parents in laying a solid faith foundation. After graduation, I entered St. Mary of the Lake Seminary Mundelein where my faith was deepened, my love of Jesus increased, and Gods presence in nature more keenly perceived. I hope my perceptions of God in nature will help the reader to encounter God in their ordinary experiences of life.

A Little Worm And Butterfly

Author: Dr L.A. Marvasti
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1477165975
Size: 18,31 MB
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There is a magical garden in Wales where all insects and bugs talk. A little worm is tired of being bullied by the “King of Worms,” her cousin. She feels different from everyone else in the town of worms in the Red Red Rose Bush. Then one day she remembers the BIG secret her father had told her long, long ago...and thats when.... This is a heartwarming story for children and parents about self respect growth and change.

Butterfly Summer

Author: Anne-Marie Conway
Editor: Usborne Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1409541738
Size: 16,34 MB
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In her summer of secrets, all Becky knows is that everything can change in the beat of a butterfly's wing... When Becky finds an old photo in a box under her mum's bed, everything she thought she knew comes crashing down. The only place she finds comfort is at the Butterfly Garden with her new friend, Rosa May. But with her wild ways, and unpredictable temper, is Rosa May hiding something as well? In the heat of the sun-drenched summer, it seems that Becky is the only one in the dark... Mesmerising and mysterious, Butterfly Summer is a haunting tale of intense friendship and dangerous discovery. "Secrets and mysteries abound in Anne-Marie conway's haunting novel." - The Sunday Express Winner, Secondary School Category, The Oxfordshire Book Award

The Butterfly Isles

Author: Patrick Barkham
Editor: Granta Books
ISBN: 1847082394
Size: 10,29 MB
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Butterflies animate our summers but the fifty-nine species found in the British Isles can be surprisingly elusive. Some bask unseen at the top of trees in London parks; others lurk at the bottom of damp bogs in Scotland. A few survive for months, while other ephemeral creatures only fly for three days. Several are virtually extinct. This bewitching book charts Patrick Barkham's quest to find each of them - from the Adonis Blue to the Dingy Skipper - in one unforgettable summer. Wry, attentive, full of infectious delight and curiosity, written with a beautifully light touch, The Butterfly Isles is a classic of British nature writing.

Stepping On Little Ants

Author: Clark Falconer
Editor: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 148176814X
Size: 11,18 MB
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In the aftermath of two unusual murders, a psychiatrist enters analysis to try and understand and escape his relentless pursuing past. Driven by guilt, lust and fear, the more he understands his inner world, the less he knows for sure; and the closer and closer he comes to the lips of madness, murder and a terrifying realization about love.

The Auburn Review

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A Compendious History Of The Northern Part Of The Province Of New Brunswick And Of The District Of Gaspe In Lower Canada

Author: Robert Cooney
Editor: Halifax, N.S. : J. Howe
Size: 11,70 MB
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Butterflies Of British Columbia

Author: John Shepard
Editor: UBC Press
ISBN: 9780774808095
Size: 10,84 MB
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Butterflies are found everywhere in British Columbia, from balcony planter boxes in the city to the vast, unexplored expanses of boreal forest and mountains across the north, and from coastal bogs and wild ocean shorelines to the deserts of the southern interior. The total known fauna of 187 species of butterflies in B.C. is by far the largest and most diverse in Canada. Butterflies of British Columbia summarizes all available information on the butterflies of B.C. The 187 species and 264 subspecies of butterflies known from B.C., as well as 9 additional hypothetical species, are discussed with descriptions of identifying features, immature stages, larval foodplants, biology and life history, range and habitat, and conservation status. In addition, descriptions are provided for 11 new subspecies. Each species treatment also contains maps of the northwestern North American distribution, colour photographs of adults of all species and subspecies, and flight season graphs. The book includes an extensive general introduction to the study of butterflies, containing chapters on the history of butterfly study in B.C., the post-glacial colonization of B.C. by butterflies, the effects of European colonization on the fauna, butterfly conservation, butterfly gardening, ecology, morphology, and biology. Butterflies of British Columbia provides butterfly watchers, naturalists, and biologists with an overview of the fascinating butterfly fauna of B.C. and adjacent areas. It can be used by naturalists to identify all the butterfly species and subspecies in B.C. and adjacent areas and includes a wide range of information about both butterflies in general and individual species. There is also much original information in the book that scientists will find invaluable, especially the description of 11 new subspecies and a complete reassessment of the taxonomy of the species.