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by D. Caroline Coile
by Dr. Noel Kingsbury
by Giana Ferguson
by KEVIN MURAMATSU
Written by popular Gun Digest author Kevin Murumatsu, 'Gun Digest Book of Shotguns Assembly/Disassembly' is an indispensable guide to DIY disassembly, repair and reassembly of shotguns of all types, including the newest and most popular models. ...
An Aerial View of a Cultural Landscape
by Patricia MacDonald
The Hebrides of Scotland – around 500 diverse islands – form the north-western Atlantic fringe of Europe. This book surveys the cultural landscape of this dramatically beautiful, complex and conflicted area, with emphasis on what may be ...
by FRANCOISE WEEKS
This lushly illustrated recipe keeper allows herbalists and wellness fans to record they ways they use herbal medicine and essential oils. The Herbal Recipe Keeper is a beautiful, keepsake item that allows users to record the ways in which they
by Peter Wohlleben
"Opening this book, you are about to enter a wonderland." <BR><b>Tim Flannery</b>, author of <i>Atmosphere of Hope</i> and <i>The Weather Makers</i><BR><BR>"Charming, provocative, fascinating."<BR><b>David George Haskell</b>, author of <i>The ...
by Clare Gogerty
As seen on TV. In the first book from the highly successful Channel 4 television series, Penelope Keith's Hidden Villages, we explore the most interesting and beautiful examples of British village life in this lavishly illustrated book. ...
by Oliver Rackham
Keeping a House Cow, Goat or Sheep
by Ann Cliff
Like bread, wine or beer, making your own yoghurt, butter and cheese is fun. It's an age-old tradition - neither difficult nor complicated, and very rewarding. No room for a goat, cow or sheep? No matter. Just buy a few litres of milk and get ...
by Joanne Schoenwald
'I really believe he knew I was there to help and make his life better. It was my main goal that he would never see a day of fear again in his whole life.' - Eleisha, with her horse Phantom<BR><BR>The moment Joanne Schoenwald calmed her frail, ...
by Wendy Williams
Horses have been our companions in work and leisure for thousands of years. As a species we have profited immeasurably from their resilience, strength and intelligence.<br>In <i>The Horse</i>, Wendy Williams travels the globe to discover the ...
by Audrey Pavia
You?ve always dreamed of riding horses. So what are you waiting for? It?s time you realized your equestrian dreams and learned to ride like a pro on the back of a noble steed. And <i>Horseback Riding for Dummies</i> shows you how. <p>Don?t know
by Julian Guthrie
<b>Afterword by Professor Stephen Hawking</b><b>"Reads like a thriller - and reveals many secrets... one of the great entrepreneurial stories of our time" (<i>Washington Post</i>)</b>From the age of eight, when he watched Apollo 11 land on the ...
by Cesar Millan
by Paul Evans
by Liam Drew
Humans are mammals. Most of us appreciate that at some level. But what does it mean for us to have more in common with a horse and an elephant than we do with a parrot, snake or frog?<br>After a misdirected football left new father Liam Drew ...
by Maria Vorontsova
<p>Grasses and bamboos are part of the same botanical group, the grass family, also called Poaceae, a family with an estimated 12,000 species. Grasses occur throughout the world with similar diversity in the tropical and temperate regions, in ...
by Liz Palika
The easiest way to train your dog? Your dog is your faithful friend, and he's happiest when he's by your side. But without some basic training, a dog can turn your life - and your house! - upside down. Chock-full of clear and ...
by Stanley Breeden
"High on the hills of the Atherton Tablelands in far north Queensland stands a glasshouse built by orchid expert Bruce Gray. Whether from the cloud forests of South America, the Himalayan Mountains of India, the mangroves of the Philippines, the