Feet are Neat

Author: Ileen Haws
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1435744373
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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This is a witty poem about feet ... all kinds of feet! The full color illustrations are bright eye catchers that compliment every line. There is even space to personalize your child's book with his/her name AND his/her very own foot prints!Young children are enchanted as they recite the poem word for word and name all the animals! Adults giggle! This book is a great addition to every young library.

Paddle Perch Climb

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Publisher: Dawn Publications (CA)
ISBN: 9781584696131
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"Introduces children to various types of bird feet. Each type is perfectly adapted to help a bird find food and escape predators in different habitats including: pond, river, desert, forest, and meadow"--

Feet Are Neat

Author: Susan Pearson
Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company Incorporated
ISBN: 9781934618462
Format: PDF, ePub
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Focuses on feet and everything they can do, in rhyming verse.

Feet Los pies

Author: Cynthia Klingel
Publisher: Gareth Stevens Publishing LLLP
ISBN: 143394457X
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A bilingual introduction to feet and their features.

Neat Pieces

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Publisher: University of Georgia Press
ISBN: 9780820328058
Format: PDF, ePub
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Neat Pieces is a detailed, extensively illustrated survey of the major forms and makers of the "plain style" of furniture made and used by Georgians in the 1800s. Simply designed, solidly constructed of local woods, and usually unadorned, such pieces were used daily by their owners for storage, sleeping, eating, and more. Today, this furniture is read by historians, folklorists, and other experts for clues into a past way of life. It is also prized by museums, antiques dealers and auction houses, and furniture appraisers, collectors, and makers. Neat Pieces first appeared as the companion volume to the Atlanta History Center's seminal 1983 exhibit of the same name. The exhibit featured 126 exemplary pieces of furniture, including chairs, tables, huntboards, washstands, and candlestands. Each of them is described and illustrated in this book. Photographs in the original edition of Neat Pieces were black-and-white; here they are color. A new foreword by Deanne Levison looks at related publications and exhibits of the subsequent two decades. The introduction, by William W. Griffin, provides information on furniture forms, nomenclature, and finishes. Also included in the book is a list of more than twelve hundred nineteenth-century Georgia furniture craftsmen, with key details of their lives and work. 126 exemplary pieces of furniture (including chairs, tables, huntboards, washstands, and candlestands) 172 color photographs, 17 black-and-white photographs Information on furniture forms, nomenclature, and finishes Details about more than twelve hundred nineteenth-century Georgia furniture craftsmen

A Neat Plain Modern Stile

Author: Philip Hooker
Publisher: Univ of Massachusetts Press
ISBN: 9780870237683
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Much about Phillip Hooker remains unknown, especially about his personal life and early architectural training. Nevertheless, the discovery and publication here of increased visual and written material from the architect's own hand has offered the means of better understanding his abilities and professional activities.

Feet that Suck and Feed

Author: Diane Swanson
Publisher: Douglas & McIntyre
ISBN: 9781550547672
Format: PDF
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Describes how different animals, such as dogs, racoons, and squirrels, use their feet for finding and eating food.

Intentionality

Author: Rebekah Johnson
Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1784621463
Format: PDF
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“You girls are specially chosen. An evolutionary wonder, destined to provide an invaluable addition to our rebuilding legacy.” Lily and Mae are the first twins to be schooled in ‘The Nest’, under the polar ocean. Their fate is set; their life paths have been laid out by The Acer Elders. They are Seeders, destined for The Golden City of Intentionality. There they will work as academics to enhance the community – those who survived the Evo-shift that destroyed the world decades ago. But Mae has always been troubled, unusual, and unable to cope. Will she make it through the Ascension test? To evolve is to improve. Is this always the truth? How did a simple rite of passage turn into a fight for survival? As Mae struggles with her skills, she becomes aware of another world, hidden by the luxury; a world of servitude. At the same time, she begins to realise that the promises from Intentionality are not quite as straightforward as they have been led to believe. Worst of all, her sister Lily appears to be in grave danger. Can Mae take control of her skills with the help of her new friends in time to save her twin? Set in the future, after a huge ecological disaster, Intentionality is a gripping speculative novel for children aged 11-14 years old. Author Rebekah has been inspired by a number of young adult authors, including Lauren Oliver and Suzanne Collins. Her novel is reminiscent of Julie Bertagna’s Exodus.