Description : It's the last planet fall for Brianna's Call. Trapped between worlds, Billy is forced to watch Julie and Mouse struggle with Durf as he winds up on a planet full of nymphs. Enjoying himself to the fullest, Durf joins the team as Mouse falls victim to the uni-mind and Julie merges with a giant millipede. Able to see both worlds, Billy is helpless as the guys are nearly sacrificed by a group of evil Durfs and there is a problem with his children. One of them keeps disappearing. It takes a trip through time and several marriage proposal interruptions for Billy to free himself and try to save the day.
Description : In addition to its practical value for identification purposes, this collection provides a most interesting historical insight into the work of those astronomers who, over two centuries, revealed their true affinities in a rich and colourful variety of ingenious names - from heavenly goddesses to more prosaic constructions. This third, revised and enlarged edition contains the naming citations for over 95% of the named planets and thus provides a comprehensive data compilation for both astronomers and science historians.
Description : Durf isn't dead. Brianna's Call is back.It's all happening again, but nothing is the same. The world is populated by minotaurs and it's all happening at the World Series. Finding Durf alive, Billy is transported to an alternate world where he finds Durf inhabiting a female baseball player named Billie. Trying to get to Brianna's call, and thinking that he went back in time, Durf didn't realize that Billie wasn't Billy and that the World Series wasn't the Super Bowl or even that Billie was a girl and not a guy. Making matters worse, Brianna's Call is being chased by a fleet of ships trying to figure out a way to use the magic. Unfortunately, they accidentally transformed it solid and now it's about to crash into the Earth. While trying to transform it back, Billy and the others are forced to confront Durfs from this planet, weapons left behind by the Norse Gods, and alien wizards all while pretending to be female baseball players.
Description : We now live in the time of the Gaian hierophant. This is the one who reveals and shows us how to relate to the sacred aspects of Gaia, our planet. Who is this hierophant? Each of us, when we join the campaign with Gaia against the desecration of our natural environment. But first we have to discover what the Earth really is. The Earth's thousands of sacred sites hold a secret: they are functional parts of the planet's geomantic body, consciousness nodes in the Earth's subtle body. Each veils a Light temple, each once known widely and remembered in myth, and Welcome to Your Designer Planet! documents 165 different kinds. The Earth is not an accident of the cosmos, but was designed specifically for humans as an extended Mystery temple primed to support and enhance our greater awareness. And the designers intended that humans help maintain it. Want to help the ecosystem and modulate global warming and climate change? Plug yourself into the Earth's Light grid through your nearest sacred site and start helping. Earth Mysteries researcher Richard Leviton presents a working model of the Earth's geomantic reality based on 24 years of research. The world's myths are the doorway into this fantastic domain of the Earth's visionary geography, showing us where to go and what to do and even what kinds of spiritual beings to expect to see. The future of the Earth is in our hands. Here are some pages from its design manual showing us how to fine-tune our wonderful host planet.
Description : Counts down the top ten predators based on their abilities in categories that include speed, athleticism, camouflage, stealth, cooperation, toxicity, strength, cleverness, size, and senses.
Description : Using a technique called "integrated pest management," this guide, arranged by plant type, offers advice on raising plants using minerals and soaps, nonchemical pesticides, alternative cultivation techniques, and more, instead of chemicals
Description : This new edition of the groundbreaking Romanticism: AnAnthology is the only book of its kind to contain completetexts of a wide range of Romantic works, including Blake's Songsof Innocence and of Experience, The Marriage of Heaven andHell, and Urizen; Wordsworth and Coleridge's LyricalBallads (1798); Wordsworth's Two-Part Prelude; early andrevised versions of Coleridge's 'The Eolian Harp', 'This Lime-TreeBower my Prison', 'Frost at Midnight', and 'The Ancient Mariner';Shelley's Prometheus Unbound, Epipsychidion andAdonais; Byron's Childe Harold's Pilgrimage Canto IIIand Don Juan Dedication and Cantos I and II; and Keats'sOdes, the two Hyperions, Lamia,Isabella and The Eve of St Agnes. It also carriesexplanatory annotations and author headnotes. Updated toincorporate the latest scholarly findings, it remains the essentialtext on Romanticism. Don Juan Dedication and Cantos I and II; and Keats'sOdes, the two Hyperions, Lamia,Isabella and The Eve of St Agnes. It also carriesexplanatory annotations and author headnotes. Updated toincorporate the latest scholarly findings, it remains the essentialtext on Romanticism. Includes all texts from the third edition, with theaddition of Keats's Isabella and Shelley'sEpipsychidion, as well as a selection of the poems of WalterScott Includes a wider and deeper selection of texts by the Big Sixmale poets (Blake, Wordsworth, Coleridge, Keats, Byron and Shelley)than any competing volume Includes a generous range of texts by female Romanticpoets All editorial materials, including annotations, authorheadnotes, and prefatory materials, have been revised for the newedition The only book to contain complete texts, edited for this volumefrom manuscript and early printed sources by Wu, along withexplanatory annotations and author headnotes Contains everything teachers and students require for anin-depth survey of the principal writings to emerge from theBritish Romantic period The most widely-used teaching anthology in the field in theUK Companion website features a dynamic timeline detailingsignificant events of the romantic period and providing images,suggestions for further reading and useful links to other onlineresources: ahref="http://www.romanticismanthology.com/"www.romanticismanthology.com/a
Description : Birds, mammals and waterlife are portrayed in their habitats, such as the Arctic, a European woodland, and American desert, African grasslands, South American tropical rainforest, Australian outback, and polar seas.