Animals

Ted is not a lab, he is not a poodle. He is a Labradoodle! Enjoy this lighthearted introduction to Ted E. Bear - fun for children and adults alike. In this book you will learn about Ted's playful personality and interests.

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Maru loves boxes too much. This book is a collection of photographs of Maru and boxes.

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The Durrells are on the move again, this time to make a BBC television series about wildlife in 11 Russian nature reserves. Filming took place over a 10-month period, exposing the crew to every extreme of climate. Most trying, physically, was constant sunlight at the Bikada Reserve far above the ...

Poppy McKeever and her two and four-legged friends make a welcome return in the sequel to The Lost Pony of Riverdale. Cloud is back at Riverdale, but a visit to the vet brings some unwelcome news for eleven-year-old Poppy McKeever. Her beloved Connemara pony has broken a bone in his foot and may ...

Some of the key animals go AWOL just before Silver Street’s opening celebration in the second adventure about the city farm run by kids. It’s opening day at Silver Street Farm, and Meera, Gemma, and Karl are very excited. Everything is going to plan until the star attractions — the turkeys — go m...

*** Short Story *** Christmas can be lonely if you’re new in town—un a lost kitten shows up on your doorstep and makes your wishes come true.

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Horses have inspired us, awed us and worked very hard for us. Have we really ever gotten to know them? In CONVERSATIONS WITH HORSES, author Kate Solisti-Mattelon asks the horses themselves what they feel, how they feel, and what they want us to know. CONVERSATIONS WITH HORSES breaks through the s...

Audrey is a cow with poetry in her blood, who yearns for the greener pastures beyond Bittersweet Farms.

But when Roy the horse tells this bovine dreamer that she is headed for Abbot's War, the slaughter house, Audrey knows that she must leave her home and friends sooner than she ever imagi...

Dinoverse is an ingenious series of adventures that throw the minds of modern 13-year-olds back in time, and into the bodies of dinosaurs. In book #1, Bertram Phillips's science fair project goes berserk, sending him and three other students to South Dakota 67 million years ago.

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Fun-to-read and filled with fascinating facts about feline behavior, "Why Do Cats Do That?" solves the mystery of how to correct misbehaviors effectively and compassionately. Color cartoons.

Size A. 64 pp. 25,000 print.

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For all accounts and purposes the life of one dog shouldn't make that much of a difference, but this life did. Faith's life began without hope and without love. Having been rescued by Reuben Stringfellow at the age of three weeks, Faith's life took a dramatic turn. Completely unable to function a...

Describes how elephants are trained to help in the timber camps of Myanmar, formerly known as Burma, and their important contribution to the selective and sustainable harvesting of teak there.

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If you stripped the fur off these two giant cats, they would look identical and only a special person could tell them apart. The big difference is the tiger hunts alone and the lion is a pack animal. They live on different continents. This fight would never happen in the wild.

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Everyone knows that Tyrannosaurus rex is the huge dinosaur with sharp claws and tiny arms. But in this appealing level 2 picture book from acclaimed science writer Melissa Stewart, you’ll learn that T. rex is not the only tyrannosaur that existed in prehistoric times. In the last fifteen years, s...

The birds of Maine are as fascinating as the landscapes they inhabit.

This clear, concise guide provides maps to the best birding spots, as well as information on where and when certain species are likely to be seen.

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Drawing upon feelings from the author's own childhood, DINA THE DEAF DINOSAUR tells the endearing story of Dina, a deaf dinosaur, who runs away from home because her parents would not let her learn sign language. In the woods she befriends Otto the Owl, Moliere the Mole, and Camilla the Chipmunk....

Spring has arrived at the Green Meadow and Johnny Chuck is strangely discontent. On a whim, he offers Jimmy Skunk his house and then wanders off. Along the way, he gets into a fight with a strange woodchuck and, after a bruising battle, chases the intruder off. At that point, Johnny is feeling ra...

In this book, bursting with more information than any field guide could hold, the well-known author and birder Pete Dunne introduces readers to the "Cape May School of Birding." It's an approach to identification that gives equal or more weight to a bird's structure and shape and the observer's o...