Sharks upon the Land

Author: Seth Archer
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107174562
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A study of colonialism and indigenous health in Hawaiʻi, highlighting cultural change over time.

Surviving a Shark Attack On Land

Author: Dr. Laura Schlessinger
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 9780062042231
Format: PDF
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Filled with her trademark no-nonsense voice, and building on the principles developed during her long career as a licensed therapist, Dr. Laura Schlessinger shows readers how to survive enemies—traitors, backstabbers, and saboteurs—at work and at home. As in her previous books, including Bad Childhood–Good Life, Stop Whining, Start Living, and In Praise of Stay at Home Moms (an instant New York Times bestseller), Dr. Laura offers readers the perceptive, common-sense insight they need to live healthier, better lives.

A Shark Going Inland Is My Chief

Author: Patrick Vinton Kirch
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 0520953835
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Tracing the origins of the Hawaiians and other Polynesians back to the shores of the South China Sea, archaeologist Patrick Vinton Kirch follows their voyages of discovery across the Pacific in this fascinating history of Hawaiian culture from about one thousand years ago. Combining more than four decades of his own research with Native Hawaiian oral traditions and the evidence of archaeology, Kirch puts a human face on the gradual rise to power of the Hawaiian god-kings, who by the late eighteenth century were locked in a series of wars for ultimate control of the entire archipelago. This lively, accessible chronicle works back from Captain James Cook’s encounter with the pristine kingdom in 1778, when the British explorers encountered an island civilization governed by rulers who could not be gazed upon by common people. Interweaving anecdotes from his own widespread travel and extensive archaeological investigations into the broader historical narrative, Kirch shows how the early Polynesian settlers of Hawai'i adapted to this new island landscape and created highly productive agricultural systems.

The Best Book of Sharks

Author: Claire Llewellyn
Publisher: Kingfisher Books
ISBN: 9780753451731
Format: PDF
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Introduces the world of sharks, examining their characteristics, breeding, life cycle, and behavior and describing how the various members of this fascinating family of fish are perfectly adapted to their environments.

Sharks

Author: Ted Rechlin
Publisher: Sweetgrass Books
ISBN: 1591522137
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Action! Science! Amazing Art! Epic Showdowns! Experience the history of planet earth as seen through the eyes of the coolest sharks of past and present in this thrilling graphic novel adventure!

From the mind of Ted Rechlin, author and illustrator of Jurassic and Dinosaurs Live! comes the thrilling new epoch-spanning adventure Sharks, a life-science graphic novel adventure. Sharks have been cruising our planet's waters for millions of years. They were here long before humanity and even pre-date the dinosaurs. Rechlin weaves a captivating history of strange and ancient shark species while sharing insights into the distant past of life on Earth. The amazing and action-packed art teaches readers of all ages how these legendary ocean dwellers got their start - and how they developed into the sharks we know today. Educational, fascinating, and beautifully produced, this is the perfect book for budding marine biologists, comic fans, and enthusiasts of these ancient apex predators of the deep.

> Newest installment in series of educational, IMAX-style adventure comics that includes Tyrannosaurus Rex, Bears, Jurassic and more.
> 96 Action-packed pages featuring Megladon, Helicoprion, Xenacanthus, Great Whits, and more!
> High Plains Book Award nominated author/illustrator
> Author available for interviews, presentations, and singings upon request
> Full-color illustrations engage readers ages 6 and up in a beautiful hardbound format.


Sharks That Walk on Land

Author: Ron Palmer
Publisher: Pneuma Springs Publishing
ISBN: 1907728058
Format: PDF, Mobi
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This is a fictionalised account of the sad events leading up to the demise of Captain James Cook. This book covers Cook's last voyage of discovery to the Pacific and his death at the hands of the Hawaiians.

Tintin and the Lake of Sharks

Author: Hergé
Publisher: Mammoth
ISBN: 9781405208222
Format: PDF, ePub
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The world’s most famous travelling reporter searches for the truth behind the theft of some priceless works of art. But what does the King Shark have to do with it all? Tintin and his friends are holidaying in Syldavia with Professor Calculus, who has invented an amazing new duplicating machine. But a series of strange occurrences makes Tintin suspicious. Who is the mysterious “King Shark”, and what does he want with Calculus’ machine? Is there a connection with the recent theft of famous works of art from the world’s leading museums? Tintin is determined to find out! Join the most iconic character in comics as he embarks on an extraordinary adventure spanning historical and political events, and thrilling mysteries. Still selling over 100,000 copies every year in the UK and having been adapted for the silver screen by Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson in 2011. The Adventures of Tintin continue to charm more than 80 years after they first found their way into publication. Since then an estimated 230 million copies have been sold, proving that comic books have the same power to entertain children and adults in the 21st century as they did in the early 20th.

Property and Dispossession

Author: Allan Greer
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107160642
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Offers a new reading of the history of the colonization of North America and the dispossession of its indigenous peoples.

Sharks in the Arts

Author: Vivienne Westbrook
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317399064
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This book is the most thorough exploration to date of the many ways in which a wild creature has been absorbed, reimagined and represented across the ages in all of the major art forms. The authors consider not only how the identity of sharks in the natural environment became incorporated into a cultural environment but also how sharks came to be considered the most feared creatures in the open oceans as a consequence of this incorporation. Yet sharks are especially important in helping to maintain a balance that is essential to the health of the oceans. The book begins with a treatment of the three sharks at the top of global shark-attack files from scientific, economic and environmental perspectives. Subsequent chapters engage with cultural representations of sharks in poetry, drama, art, novels, screenplay adaptations and films. Through an exploration of the ways in which sharks have been represented in human culture through the centuries, this book alerts the global community to the importance of sharks as a common cultural heritage. It aims to change perceptions of sharks so that they can become more revered than feared. The authors of this book argue that an increased understanding of sharks should lead to the development of better strategies for shark and human interactions. This book will be of great interest to researchers and students of the Environmental Humanities, Cultural History and the Arts. It is also excellent supplementary reading for courses in Zoology and Marine Science.

Return to Kahiki

Author: Kealani Cook
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107195896
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An important new analysis of Native Hawaiian efforts to construct relationships with other Oceanic peoples as missionaries, diplomats, and tourists.