The Canary And The Crow

Author: Daniel Ward
Editor: Oberon Books
ISBN: 1786827964
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Middle Child present The Canary and the Crow, brand new gig theatre about the journey of a working-class black kid who is accepted to a prestigious school. A lyrical, semi-autobiographical piece from writer and performer Daniel Ward - using grime, hip hop and theatre, he tells the story of his struggle between a new environment that doesn’t accept him and an old one that has no opportunity.

The Menorah Journal

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Guide To Southern Africa

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Golden Dicky The Story Of A Canary And His Friends

Author: Marshall Saunders
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ISBN: 3752432276
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Reproduction of the original: Golden Dicky, the Story of a Canary and His Friends by Marshall Saunders

Wallace S Monthly

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Evening Amusements Or A New Book Of Games And Forfeits

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Harper S Young People

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Living Creatures Of Water Land And Air

Author: John Monteith
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Canaries And Cage Birds

Author: George H. Holden
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The Armenian Review

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West African Islands

Author: Alfred Burdon Ellis
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Vanity Fair

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Slang And Its Analogues Past And Present

Author: John Stephen Farmer
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The Quincy Methods Illustrated

Author: Lelia E. Patridge
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Amazing Birds

Author: Roger J. Lederer
Editor: Barrons Educational Series Incorporated
ISBN: 9780764135934
File Size: 54,48 MB
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(back cover) For lovers of birds and trivia, this captivating book features a wealth of fascinating facts, figures, and folklore about our feathered friends. It's beautifully illustrated throughout with colorful artworks, photographs, and diagrams. Over 400 nuggets of information drawn from nature, science, history, and mythology are sure to astound, amuse, and entertain Find the answers to these burning questions: How light is a feather? Are owls really wise? Why do birds migrate? How do they know where to go? Be amazed by the weird world of these winged wonders, from the largest ever recorded egg--equivalent to 220 chicken eggs--to the world's strangest bird, which has claws on its wings Includes practical advice such as how to attract birds to your garden and how to teach a parrot to talk, and encourages a new appreciation of these awesome creatures of the air (front flap) Birds are the most homogeneous and recognizable of all animal groups--they all have feathers and lay eggs, many sing, and most fly. In almost any environment, whether in a town or the countryside, it is difficult not to see numerous types of bird. Of all outdoor hobbies, bird-watching is growing at the fastest rate, and many people enjoy keeping birds as pets. Because birds are colorful, vocal, and daylight-loving creatures, they have been observed and studied for thousands of years. From carvings in Egyptian caves to today's movies and books, bird images are everywhere. And for good reason--they are fascinating. They hear and see much better than humans can, have developed the power of flight, and are found everywhere in the world except the center of Antarctica. As homogeneous as they are, many birds have diversified in amazing ways, from penguins that incubate their eggs on top of their feet for 60 days to brush turkeys that do not sit on their eggs at all, and from the giant albatross of the oceans to the tiny hummingbird of the tropics. A treasure trove of varied information, this book provides the answers to many puzzling questions about our feathered friends. With its entirely random organization, Amazing Birds is perfect for browsing through and stumbling upon unexpected nuggets of fascinating information juxtaposed with strange stories and practical tips. (back flap) Dr. Roger Lederer is Emeritus Professor of Biological Sciences at California State University, Chico, where he has taught for more than 30 years, including courses in ornithology, conservation, and ecology. Dr. Lederer has given many public presentations and workshops, and has published more than 30 scientific papers and books, including two field guides to birds. Focusing on environmental education in recent years, Dr. Lederer served as the first Jack Rawlins Professor of Environmental Literacy at California State University, Chico.

The Epworth Herald

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As The Crow Flies

Author: John Brown
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Debut collection from Northern Irish poet