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The Cat in the Hat helps Sally and Nick choose what kind of tail they might like best during an imaginative trip to the jungle that reveals the purposes of various tails.
Looks at the tails of several animals that have adapted to their environments, from the massive fluke of a whale to the prehensile tale of a spider monkey.
A brand-new story about World War II’s daring African-American heroes from the author of The Forgotten 500. The Tuskegee Airmen were the first African-American pilots in the US military, and Operation Halyard was one of the most extraordinary rescue missions of World War II, described in Gregory Freeman’s The Forgotten 500. Now a newly discovered connection between them has come to light—the “Red Tails” flew fighter cover for the mission. The remarkable story is revealed here by the author whose work James Bradley calls “amazing [and] riveting.”
Presents techniques and approaches for the statistical analysis of heavy-tailed distributions and processes, with a focus on applicability rather than theory. Emphasis is placed upon numerical problems associated with stable distributions, time series analysis and regression.
Hank enters his dog Cheerio in a show, hoping to win the big prize. Unfortunately for Hank, Nick McKelty and his gassy little Chihuahua have the same thing in mind. Will Hank and Cheerio be able to take home the ribbon for Best in Show?
Explores the morphology and behavior of animal tails. Includes a range of taxa, including mammals, fish, reptiles, birds, insects, and bacteria.
We all know that Darwin's theory played a vital role in genetic engineering. This book explores the social origins, showing people how metaphorically sat upon "coat-tails" to further their own campaigns, who in the end try to justify everything starting from capilatism right down to the World War II. This book provides essays that will enhance our knowledge about the way we look at genetic engineering.
Introduces the concept of probability and shows how it works when flipping coins, spinning a spinner, rolling dice, and picking marbles out of a bag, including how the odds change with different spinners or changing numbers of dice or marbles.
Now Talia Fleur was a pedigree Persian Cat, and she had the little bits of paper to prove it, If your children like cats they will love this story. Read about Marmalade and her two very mischievous kittens, Buttons and his sister Cotton, Puddles the Dog and Tallulah the Tortoise, and all the other animals that come into the garden where they live. Bernie and her Mum went inside, because Bernie was tired, she was either always tired, or crying, usually both, and Buttons had often wondered why they had never taken her back to where it was they got her from, to swap her, maybe, for a little girl that didn't cry so much.
Engage your mathematics students at the beginning of class with this whole-class warm-up activity. This product features a step-by-step lesson, assessment information, and a snapshot of what the warm-up looks like in the classroom.
This is the story of two guys (and three dogs) who teamed up to create the world's best dog biscuit. In the process, they created a howling national success story! The bakers have developed such creations as Pupcakes, Scottie Biscotti, Snicker Poodles, Great Danish, and Collie Flowers in the world's first bona fide (or bone-ified) dog bakery. Three Dog Bakery, located in Kansas City, Missouri, has been featured on the Today Show, the Oprah Winfrey Show and on CNN.
A fantasy story of love, hope, family and helping others to a better life is set in post World War II in Spain, where a family were left devastated and fatherless. A story told of the battle of two young sisters, Pilar and Dolores and their struggles in living their lives without their parents. Until one day, when Pilar stumbles into the well to discover the magical rat family living there that will transform their lives forever! This touching journey of both girls highlights their healing through love, music and creativity which then leads them to help others in bringing their families back together.
Are you fed up of not reaching your goals or achieving what you set out to do? Not succeeding and questioning what went wrong? You witness other people winning and succeeding. No matter how hard you try you seem to keep losing time after time. Do you want to be successful at Sport, Careers, relationships and business? Well you can with the book of Heads or Tails. In this book you will learn the secret strategies of champions and winners. You will discover the mind-set of winners which will help you accomplish your goals. The first step to success is to learn the habits, traits and philosophies of the great winners. Heads or Tails offers valuable tips to help you think like a winner and to change your life to become victorious at whatever you set out to do, so look up stand up and don’t ever give up. This book will give you Motivation, Inspiration, Passion, Power and Strength to pick yourself up and move forward to win Heads or Tails is packed with information on how to make you into a Champion. Contains a Magic Formula mind-set which is called the three PS Pain, Pleasure Programming is a new way out-of-the-box thought programming which will make you win .It includes the missing pieces about mental toughness that only champion know practical steps that get you winning and keep you winning. We are going to play the game of Heads or Tails and give you information on both sides of the coin Heads or Tails dares you to become a Winner If you want to start winning, start here
Describes the different types of tails that different animals have, and explains how the creatures use them for such purposes as balance, swimming, self-defense, and attracting a mate.
Over 54 million pet dogs are harbored in the United States today, according to the Statistical Abstract of the US. In 1996, Americans spent over $10,000,000,000 (ten billion dollars) on health care--for their pets according to the American Veterinarian Association. These statistics prove just how much Americans love their pets. Non-fiction animal stories are timeless and thoroughly enjoyed by animal lovers of all ages. Dog Tails contains anecdotes of numerous stray dogs that the author has encountered while working as a Dog Control Officer in Dutchess County, New York for the last fifteen years. Dog Tails is a collection of stories; some heartwarming, some comical and some amazing, but all true. The book also contains some humorous stories of wildlife encounters and a few cat tales as well. In the first chapter, you will meet the author and her family, including their two Golden Retrievers, KC and her son, Jocko. A year after moving to Dutchess County, New York, in May of 1977, KC gave birth to eight puppies. One of the males, Jocko, had a health problem and was added to the family. KC and Jocko managed to keep their owners lives interesting with their mischievous antics. KC and Jocko enjoyed four years of carefree mischief until Jocko was stolen on Christmas Eve, 1982. After six months of fruitless searching for Jocko, the author co-founded Dutchess County Pet HotLine, a volunteer organization. Originally, Pet HotLine's focus was to put an end to the dognapping that was epidemic in the county. In time, the organization became a flourishing clearing house for any lost or found pet. It was and continues to be the only such service available in the county. Chapter two of the book contains heartwarming tales of a number of dogs who benefited from the existence of Pet HotLine. In chapter three, the author decides to become actively involved in the animal field and applies for a Dog Control Officer's position. This chapter briefly explains the requirements of the position and tells why dog control is a necessary evil. Chapter four sets the stage for the stories to follow by giving an overall view of the area where the author lives and works. This chapter also details several people's reactions to some humorous wildlife encounters. As a dog lover, the author has owned a number of dogs over the years. Two of them were obtained from the 'Guiding Eyes for the Blind' program. This chapter contains stories of her personal dogs and explains the requirements of raising a 'Guiding Eyes' puppy. The rest of the book contains stories about stray dogs. In chapter six, the reader meets two 'vicious' Dobermans and reads of their affinity to cars. One Doberman is a carjacker; the other one finds himself trapped by a car. Lyme disease is a horrid disease caused by the bite of a tick. It has been diagnosed in at least 47 states in the US, and has a devastatingly debilitating effect on the humans that are afflicted. When a dog gets Lyme disease, the symptoms are often mistaken for rabies. This chapter relates the tales of two dogs with Lyme disease. Chapter eight tells the story of a little abused dog and his unique rescue. Chapter nine is about two dogs who find themselves trapped in holes and unable to get out. The chapter relates the problems involved in rescuing them. The next chapter humorously relates the difficulties involved with seizing stray male dogs that are enamored by bitches in heat. Chapter eleven is about the appearance of a very unusual visitor to Dutchess County that is definitely not indigenous to the area. This chapter contains documentation of the numerous sightings of this animal. The following chapter informs the reader as to what constitutes cruelty to animals whether by abuse or neglect.
Low-speed Investigation of Effects of Vertical Tails on the Static Stability Characteristics of a Canard-bomber Configuration Having a Very Thin Wing and a Slender Elliptical Fuselage
"oThe pig has a tail with a curl and a bend. A snake is all tail with a head on one end. . . .oLong tails, fluffy tails, swishy tails, stubby tails-this witty poem about all the types of tails in the animal kingdom is perfect for curious preschoolers. With gorgeous paintings of friendly critters by Garth Williams, this book is a perfect blend of whimsy and fact. "
Successful Tails is a heartwarming collection of stories and photos of therapy dogs at work. The testimonials and stories run the gamut of emotions. Some will make you laugh or smile, while other will bring tears to your eyes. This book isn't just for people who want to become therapy dog handlers or staff at sites and programs that would like to have therapy dogs for those they serve, though both of these groups will find it useful. This book is for everyone.