Zebras are Special Too

Zebras are Special Too

Educational children book about equality. This book is about how everyone is special in their own way. Easy to read and understand with pictures and illustrations.

Author: Kristine Eide

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ISBN: 9798502057066

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Page: 30

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Educational children book about equality. This book is about how everyone is special in their own way. Easy to read and understand with pictures and illustrations.
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Harlequin Special Edition June 2015 Box Set 1 of 2

Harlequin Special Edition June 2015   Box Set 1 of 2

“Can we go see the zebras?” The space behind Maddy's eyes filled with that wall that Peyton knew too well. Stones built out of the holes in Maddy's life, ...

Author: Allison Leigh

Publisher: Harlequin

ISBN: 9781460391358

Category: Fiction

Page: 224

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Harlequin® Special Edition brings you three new titles for one great price, available now! These are heartwarming, romantic stories about life, love and family. This Special Edition box set includes: FORTUNE'S JUNE BRIDE The Fortunes of Texas: Cowboy Country by Allison Leigh Galen Fortune Jones isn't the marrying kind...until he's roped into playing groom at the new Cowboy Country theme park in Horseback Hollow, Texas. His "bride," beautiful Aurora McElroy, piques his interest, especially when she needs a real-life fake husband. This one cowboy may have just met his match! THE INSTANT FAMILY MAN The Barlow Brothers by Shirley Jump Luke Barlow is happily living the single life in Stone Gap, North Carolina—until his ex's gorgeous little sister, Peyton Reynolds, shows up. She announces Luke is now the caretaker for a four-year-old daughter he never knew about. Determined to be a good dad, Luke tries to create a home for little Maddy and her aunt, one that might just be for forever... FALLING FOR THE MOM-TO-BE Home in Heartlandia by Lynne Marshall Ever since his wife passed away, Leif Andersen has had no time for love. Enter Marta Hoyas, a beautiful—and pregnant!—artist who's in town to paint a local mural. She's also living in Leif's house while she does so. The last thing Marta wants is to fall for someone who couldn't be a father to her unborn child, but Leif might just be the perfect dad-to-be. Look for Harlequin Special Edition's June 2015 Box set 2 of 2, filled with even more stories of life, love and family! Look for 6 compelling new stories every month from Harlequin® Special Edition!
Categories: Fiction

Harlequin Special Edition October 2013 Bundle 2 of 2

Harlequin Special Edition October 2013   Bundle 2 of 2

He walked away, and she sat on the bench and gazed at the zebras. She could see their black-and-white bodies through the greenery that filled their ...

Author: Allison Leigh

Publisher: Harlequin

ISBN: 9781460322277

Category: Fiction

Page: 192

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Harlequin Special Edition brings you three new titles for one great price, available now for a limited time only from October 1 to October 31! These are heartwarming, romantic stories about life, love and family. This Harlequin Special Edition bundle includes A Weaver Beginning by USA TODAY bestselling author Allison Leigh, A Family, At Last by USA TODAY bestselling author Susan Crosby and Lost and Found Husband by Sheri WhiteFeather. Look for 6 compelling new stories every month from Harlequin Special Edition!
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United States Army Combat Forces Journal

United States Army Combat Forces Journal

But Command Group Zebra , now at a The staff , which sat well above the HUS began HQ Zebra . Gi two special weapons battalions , had rec- spent several ...

Author:

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ISBN: MINN:319510014441635

Category: Military art and science

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Categories: Military art and science

Encyclopedia of Invasive Species From Africanized Honey Bees to Zebra Mussels 2 volumes

Encyclopedia of Invasive Species  From Africanized Honey Bees to Zebra Mussels  2 volumes

From Africanized Honey Bees to Zebra Mussels Susan L. Woodward, Joyce A. Quinn ... Among their known prey are two wading birds of special concern, ...

Author: Susan L. Woodward

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 9780313382215

Category: Science

Page: 764

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This two-volume set provides a one-stop resource on invasive plants, animals, fungi, and microorganisms that are threatening native ecosystems, agriculture, economies, and human health in the United States. • 79 entries on animal species and 89 entries on plants, including some fungi and microorganisms • State-by-state lists of invasive animals and plants designated as noxious or invasive • Maps accompany each entry, depicting the organism's original habitat and the regions to which it has now spread • Tables on pathways of introduction and impacts of invasive plants • Hundreds of photographs of featured plants, animals, and fungi • A glossary of terms related to the biology and ecology of invasive species • Appendixes containing information on organizations and legislation related to the prevention or control of invasive species
Categories: Science

Harlequin Special Edition October 2019 Box Set 2 of 2

Harlequin Special Edition October 2019   Box Set 2 of 2

“I read that no two zebras have identical stripes.” “I read that, too,” he said. “Then you see her as an exotic and unique member of her herd.

Author: Christine Rimmer

Publisher: Harlequin

ISBN: 9781488045516

Category: Fiction

Page: 224

View: 847

Harlequin® Special Edition brings you three new titles for one great price, available now! These are heartwarming, romantic stories about life, love and family. This Special Edition box set includes: A HUSBAND SHE COULDN’T FORGET The Bravos of Valentine Bay by Christine Rimmer Alyssa Santangelo has no memory of the past seven years—including her divorce—but she remembers her love for Connor Bravo. One way or another, she’s going to get her husband back. WHAT MAKES A FATHER by Teresa Southwick When Annie becomes guardian to her late sister’s newborn twins, she expects to go it alone. But when Mason Blackburne shows up on her doorstep, her assumptions about family and love might just be proved wrong. A MAN OF HIS WORD Round-the-Clock Brides by Sandra Steffen Soldier Cole Cavanaugh is on a mission: to build a home for April, his best friend’s widow, and her two children. But when their relationship takes a turn for the intimate, the feelings of betrayal could be too strong to ignore…
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Robin Hood 2 Piracy Paintballs Zebras

Robin Hood 2  Piracy  Paintballs   Zebras

'I know that seems unfair, but Robin is a special case.' Across the room, Matt crashed Bowser into a wall, thumped his controller against the floor and ...

Author: Robert Muchamore

Publisher: Bonnier Zaffre Ltd.

ISBN: 9781471409486

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 288

View: 517

Robin Hood lives... When Clare Gisborne and Little John returns to school after the Locksley Riot, there's rebellion in the air and Robin Hood's name graffitied on every wall. Power dynamics are shifting - now, instead of being a feared bully, the daughter of Locksley's most hated criminal finds herself shunned by classmates and pelted with yoghurt and rotting fruit. Meanwhile at Sherwood Designer Outlets, Robin has plans of his own. He is determined to hack Sheriff Marjorie's office so that the rebels know her every move - and to work with animal rights activists to end a cruel trophy hunt inside the grounds of Sherwood Castle... Praise for Robin Hood: Hacking, Heists & Flaming Arrows: 'Muchamore writes with tremendous energy and his dialogue flies as fast as Robin's arrows ... A new series that strikes the bullseye.' - The Times 'Intensely readable, outrageously enjoyable action.' - Guardian
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

Two Zebras Human Anatomy in the Age of Wikipedia

Two Zebras Human Anatomy in the Age of Wikipedia

Fortunately, it too has an eponymous moniker, recalling yet another dead, ... is wheeled into a special meeting of the college council and his presence ...

Author: Ze’ev Silverman

Publisher: Scientific Research Publishing, Inc. USA

ISBN: 9781618965745

Category: Science

Page: 192

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Seriously. Look in any large commercial bookstore—you’ll be shocked by the sheer numberof books written on the subject. Especially bookstores associated with a university, and evenmore so, universities with a medical school. You’ll find Anatomy textbooks, many of them hefty tomes and others, slimmer, distilled, even pocket volumes. Also Anatomy atlases, someof these of the classic, masterfully hand-drawn kind and others, the increasingly popular slickphotograph and illustration variety; and Anatomy dissection guides; and an Anatomy coloring book or two. Elsewhere, there are likely Anatomy-themed novels, and more. So what, otherthan hubris or a tragically delayed middle-age crisis would drive me to now add yet anotherAnatomy book to this hopelessly cluttered pile? The only answer I have to this obvious but no-less-worthy-for-being-so question is “None of those others are like mine.” For one thing,there is the small matter of my three decades spent studying, organizing, drawing,explaining, encouraging, haranguing med students on three continents on all matters anatomical.
Categories: Science

From Afrikaner to Zebra a Vet S Life

From Afrikaner to Zebra     a Vet   S Life

The skinfold thickness was read seventy two hours later and the whole thing reconciled in a special book. Not too difficult, you may think.

Author: Charles Kingsley

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781462883356

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 180

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You are so lucky ! I always wanted to be a vet! was a recurring statement at any and every gathering which I ever attended. Yes I was lucky, or maybe I was a bit more determined than most. Thank goodness for a good sense of humour and a positive attitude to life, if a bit cynical. I learnt to accept with a good grace being woken for the third time many nights to see emergencies, most of which could easily have waited until daylight. I got over the God Syndrome and the inevitable loss of some patients only to have the immense satisfaction of pulling through some very diffi cult cases.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Babtoo and the Legend of the Spotted Zebra

Babtoo and the Legend of the Spotted Zebra

She longed for Babtoo. He was a hero in everybody's eyes except ... He didn't realize how special he was. ... 179 BaBtoo anD the LegenD of the SPotteD ZeBra.

Author: J. D. Kibler

Publisher: Author House

ISBN: 9781491824993

Category: Fiction

Page: 336

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The story revolves around a young native boy named Babtoo, who as a child suffered a devastating injury. The wound never properly heals and becomes a major disability. This is an issue as he comes of age in the Watinkee Tribe. He stumbles upon a horse and together they overcome obstacles and challenges to save his tribe from certain demise. He comes to realize the disability has not made him any less of a warrior than even the bravest member of his tribe. Through his honesty, loyalty and courage, the tribe hails him a hero for his great deeds. The Watinkee people also come to realize an important lesson: everybody has strengths, often unseen.
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Army

Army

But Command Group Zebra , now at a The staff , which sat well above the THUS began HQ of Group Zebra , The forward and isolated CP could not beg two special ...

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105012163619

Category: Military art and science

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Categories: Military art and science

Zebra

Zebra

How's Zebra doing? ... San Francisco's our city too, Gus. ... He had been a special agent for ATF for two years, having joined the Treasury Department after ...

Author: Clark Howard

Publisher: Open Road Media

ISBN: 9781504060769

Category: True Crime

Page: 411

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Edgar Award Finalist: The true story of a string of brutal crimes committed in the name of religious fanaticism and racial hatred in 1970s San Francisco. In the early 1970s, a small band of well-dressed, clean-cut African American men began terrorizing the residents of San Francisco with guns and machetes. Their victims ranged from a teenage Salvation Army cadet to a middle-aged Jordanian grocer to an eighty-one-year-old janitor. The streets became deserted and tourism plunged. It took months before the culprits could be identified, with the help of an informer. They were members of a Black Muslim cult aspiring to earn the title “Death Angel” by slaughtering white victims. Combining history and dramatic recreations, this is the “repellent but riveting” in-depth story of a horrifying killing spree and the fanatical hatred that drove it—and the SFPD’s desperate quest to take the culprits down (Kirkus Reviews). “[Clark Howard’s] pounding narrative meticulously describes the so-called Zebra killings of 1973–74, when 23 white San Franciscans were murdered or maimed by a group of Black Muslim extremists. In the retelling, the cold jargon of police files leaps starkly to life.” —Time
Categories: True Crime

Chasing Zebras

Chasing Zebras

Too bad for House, but those “clinic beats” are much beloved by series fans and ... “special” episodes (with some notable exceptions, including the two-hour ...

Author: Barbara Barnett

Publisher: ECW Press

ISBN: 9781554908097

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 429

View: 526

"I look for zebras because other doctors have ruled out all the horses."--Dr. Gregory House Medical students are taught that when they hear hoofbeats, they should think horses, not zebras, but Dr. House's unique talent of diagnosing unusual illnesses has made House, M.D. one of the most popular and fascinating series on television. In "Chasing Zebras: The Unofficial Guide to House," M.D., Barbara Barnett, widely considered a leading House expert, takes fans deep into the heart of the show's central character and his world, examining the way this medical Sherlock Holmes's.
Categories: Performing Arts

Exotic Animal Field Guide

Exotic Animal Field Guide

Owner leaves if too dry . Hybridize ( offspring infertile ) with other kinds of zebras , donkeys , and horses . SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS : Abrasive surface ...

Author: Elizabeth Cary Mungall

Publisher: Texas A&M University Press

ISBN: 158544555X

Category: Nature

Page: 312

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Exotic animals range in appearance from truly striking to seemingly ordinary, and they live in wildlife preserves, on farms, in parks, and even in the wilderness across the United States. In this book, Elizabeth Cary Mungall provides ample information for anyone, from park visitor and zoo goer to rancher and wildlife biologist, who wants to identify and learn more about exotic wildlife in the United States. Richard D. Estes, author of The Safari Companion, says that "for everyone interested in exotic hoofed stock, Exotic Animal Field Guide is a well-written and beautifully illustrated book that fills a vacant niche." Indeed, the main portion of the book contains fully illustrated species accounts of eighty different kinds of hoofed animals, with native range maps and information about food habits, habitat, temperament, breeding and birth seasons, and fencing needs. A list of exotics-related organizations and a reference section round out the text. Photographs of each species make the book both attractive and useful as a field tool. In a chapter on photographing exotics, Christian Mungall shows readers how to take their own great pictures of these animals. Clearly, as James G. Teer, of the Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences at Texas A&M University states, this is "much more than a field guide. Elizabeth Cary Mungall's book is a long awaited repository and data source on the ecology, technology, and management of more than 80 species of non-native hoofed animals. . . . Anyone with exotics on his or her property will require Exotic Animal Field Guide."
Categories: Nature

Call Me Steve

Call Me Steve

What special adaptations they have to be able to do this, I cannot say, ... mention on the Samburu Five list was an animal I knew well – Grevy's zebras.

Author: Les O'Brien

Publisher: FriesenPress

ISBN: 9781525517921

Category: Travel

Page: 188

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“Lengang’arangetengop. At no time in human history has a book started with that name, I bet.” And so begins the true story of a Calgary man’s life-changing journey to Africa and the start of his life-long friendship with a Samburu warrior with an impossibly long name. On his first day at a Kenyan nature reserve, elephant expert Les O’Brien finds himself sought out by a park guide who is hungry to learn from him. But the tables quickly turn, and soon Lengang’arangetengop – who graciously allows tourists to call him “Steve” and his friends to call him “Tilas” – becomes the teacher. Tilas not only shares his knowledge of his environment and the beauty of Africa with his new friend, he also teaches him about the way of the Samburu – a semi-nomadic people who carry everything they own with them as they travel the African plains. From his new friend, Les learns about loyalty, friendship, responsibility, environmental stewardship, and how to be a better human. More than a travel book, Call Me Steve is a story of self-discovery and friendship in a land like no other. This book will make you laugh, cry, and then google Samburu National Reserve so you can begin to arrange your own trip there.
Categories: Travel

Harlequin Special Edition November 2019 Box Set 2 of 2

Harlequin Special Edition November 2019   Box Set 2 of 2

Bright yellow giraffes and zebras cavorted on the outside of the vinyl bag. “Savannah and I got an extra diaper bag thing at her shower, so we filled it up ...

Author: Melissa Senate

Publisher: Harlequin

ISBN: 9781488045530

Category: Fiction

Page: 224

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Harlequin® Special Edition brings you three new titles for one great price, available now! These are heartwarming, romantic stories about life, love and family. This Special Edition box set includes: A WYOMING CHRISTMAS TO REMEMBER by Melissa Senate The Wyoming Multiples Stricken with temporary amnesia, Maddie Wolfe can’t remember a single thing about her life…or her husband, Sawyer. But even with electricity crackling between them, it turns out their fairy tale was careening toward disaster. Will a little Christmas spirit help Maddie find her memories—and the Wolfes find the spark again? THEIR UNEXPECTED CHRISTMAS GIFT by Shirley Jump The Stone Gap Inn When a baby shows up in the kitchen of a bed-and-breakfast, chef Nick Jackson helps the baby’s aunt, Vivian Winthrop, create a makeshift family to give little Ellie a perfect Christmas. But playing family together might get more serious than either of them thought it could… HOLIDAY BY CANDLELIGHT by Laurel Greer Sutter Creek, Montana Avalanche survivor Dr. Caleb Matsuda is intent on living a risk-free life. But planning a holiday party with free-spirited mountain rescuer Garnet James tempts the handsome doctor to take a chance on love.
Categories: Fiction

AFRICA OFF THE ROAD

AFRICA OFF THE ROAD

Good to watch at night with zebras near GaiAs and Aub Canyon, too. ... (29) Hartmann's Mountain Zebra (Equus zebra hartmannae) The 'special paint' on these ...

Author: Detlev Dr. Henschel

Publisher: epubli

ISBN: 9783737561006

Category: Nature

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Detlev spent many years living and working as a tour guide and safari operator in Namibia. Namibia – dust, stars and tranquillity; Namibia – part old, mystical Africa, part modern world, merged together yet distinctly separate. Along with his friend and total outdoor rookie Stefan and two Mountain Damara, Collin !Uiseb and Jonny B Good (‘Brandberg Bushmen’), whom they befriend, they set off on a trekking expedition on the Brandberg, an isolated, 600-square-kilometre massif at the heart of the oldest desert in the world, the Namib. On this safari to the mountain off the beaten track, they re-live tales of a bygone era. Detlev transports the reader into a completely different world, where the European mind-set and perceptions are completely out of place. Namibia has many African tribes with their own cultures and language, including its white population, who also see themselves as Africans, of course. Namibia is a desert country yet home to 6,000 different plant species – even more than in Europe! Moreover, Namibia boasts the full spectrum of Africa’s wild animals, which roam around freely. With its infinite deserts, dense savannah and thick jungle, Namibia is a country where adventures are born. This book is anything but a cushy farm holiday far from the reality of Africa! It also includes colour pictures.
Categories: Nature

To Play the Game

To Play the Game

Increasingly these game events have rules , take place in special places at special ... We all wanted to do the same , but the zebra was always too fast .

Author: J. Bowyer Bell

Publisher: Transaction Publishers

ISBN: 1412840090

Category: Sports & Recreation

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In this fascinating analysis of the development, structure, and strategies of sports, Bell argues that games are an institution that not only reflect society but also mold society. He develops a typology of seven game levels from the primitive to the decadent and examines the history of game development in Western civilization, through the relation of the various game levels to national ambitions and strategies. To Play the Game is both enlightening and entertaining, an original contribution to the growing scholarship on sports.
Categories: Sports & Recreation

Too Much Temptation

Too Much Temptation

ZEBRA BOOKS are published by Kensington Publishing Corp. ... imprints , and distributed lines are available at special quantity discounts for bulk purchases ...

Author: Lori Foster

Publisher: Zebra Books

ISBN: 1420114492

Category: Fiction

Page: 320

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"Lori Foster delivers everything you are looking for in a romance." --Jayne Ann Krentz He Made Her Feel Beautiful Awkward, insecure Grace Jenkins has had little experience with men. But that hasn't stopped her from dreaming hard about Noah Harper. Gorgeous, strong and darkly sexy, Noah has a rough edge beneath his polish that promises no mercy in the bedroom. When Grace learns Noah's engagement has ended in scandal, she shyly offers him her support and her friendship. But Noah's looking for something extra . . . Noah wants Grace--badly. He wants to possess those curves that go on forever, to savor her sweet innocence, to take her to the limits of white-hot desire . . . again and again. What he doesn't want is anything more complicated than that, and he knows Grace is a woman who deserves better. Grace, however, knows exactly what she wants--the kind of ecstasy only Noah can give her. Brazenly, she accepts, and Noah promises to make all her secret fantasies come true . . . "Foster outwrites most of her peers . . ." --Library Journal "Foster writes smart, sexy, engaging characters." --Christine Feehan
Categories: Fiction

The Afterlives of Animals

The Afterlives of Animals

This zebra narrative, like the monochrome appearance ofa stripedequid, ... too, why the zebra—the “Queen's Ass”—should haveoccupied a special placeinhumor ...

Author: Samuel J. M. M. Alberti

Publisher: University of Virginia Press

ISBN: 9780813932088

Category: Science

Page: 256

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In the quiet halls of the natural history museum, there are some creatures still alive with stories, whose personalities refuse to be relegated to the dusty corners of an exhibit. The fame of these beasts during their lifetimes has given them an iconic status in death. More than just museum specimens, these animals have attained a second life as historical and cultural records. This collection of essays—from a broad array of contributors, including anthropologists, curators, fine artists, geographers, historians, and journalists—comprises short "biographies" of a number of famous taxidermized animals. Each essay traces the life, death, and museum "afterlife" of a specific creature, illuminating the overlooked role of the dead beast in the modern human-animal encounter through practices as disparate as hunting and zookeeping. The contributors offer fresh examinations of the many levels at which humans engage with other animals, especially those that function as both natural and cultural phenomena, including Queen Charlotte’s pet zebra, Maharajah the elephant, and Balto the sled dog, among others. Readers curious about the enduring fascination with animals who have attained these strange afterlives will be drawn to the individual narratives within each essay, while learning more about the scientific, cultural, and museological contexts of each subject. Ranging from autobiographical to analytical, the contributors’ varying styles make this delightful book a true menagerie. Contributors: Samuel J. M. M. Alberti, Royal College of Surgeons * Sophie Everest, University of Manchester * Kate Foster * Michelle Henning, University of the West of England, Bristol * Hayden Lorimer, University of Glasgow * Garry Marvin, Roehampton University, London * Henry Nicholls * Hannah Paddon * Merle Patchett * Christopher Plumb, University of Manchester * Rachel Poliquin * Jeanne Robinson, Glasgow Museums * Mike Rutherford, University of the West Indies * Richard C. Sabin, Natural History Museum * Richard Sutcliffe, Glasgow Museums * Geoffrey N. Swinney, University of Edinburgh
Categories: Science