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|Author||: Rob Sayegh Jr.|
A silly and sweet picture book featuring a variety of dog breeds and dog tails Every dog has a tail. Every tail has a tale. Some tails are long. And some tails are short and sweet. Some tails are new. And some tails end too soon. But, no matter the tale, every tail has a happy ending, every tail wiggles and wags, which is a dog’s way of saying . . . I love you!
|Author||: Peter Corrigan|
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
|Author||: Little Bee Books|
|Editor||: little bee books|
Introduce little ones to a variety of animals and their unique tails! In Animal Tails, little ones will be asked which tail belong to which animal. The pages of this book are filled with familiar, kid-favorite animals such as pigs, tigers, foxes, sharks, and more. Rendered in soft colors that make this an even more enjoyable experience for babies, each page includes embossed animal tails, creating a tactile experience for tiny hands. And on the last spread, all the animals appear with their correct tails!
|Author||: Ariana Levin|
|Editor||: Archway Publishing|
In many ways, Walter is just like the other young whales. But in one way—the way that seems to matter most—he is different. Walter was born without a tail. All the other young whales have tails, but since Walter does not, he is seen as different. And according to the other whales, different is not good. Different means Walter is not included when the other whales played tug-of-war. Different means he doesn’t get to race. His friends call him a tadpole or turtle, saying his tail is weak and Walter is slow. Walter knows better, of course. His tail does all sorts of amazing things, but the other whales never give him a chance to show them. One day, the ocean feels strangely quiet. Walter is the first to realize all his friends have been caught in a fisherman’s net. They desperately need his help, and for the first time, they see Walter for the amazing whale he is. Walter is a hero, even without his tail. It turns out it’s okay to be different because different can also mean special.
|Author||: Flowerpot Press,Katrine Crow|
|Editor||: Whose Is It|
What animal has a tail like these? Little ones will love guessing which of their favorite animals belong to each set of tails in this question and answer title filled with bold text and bright photographs.
|Author||: Cynthia Bennett|
|Editor||: Gibbs Smith|
Meet the dog-and-cat duo taking outdoor adventure to new heights. Henry and Baloo are a real-life dog/cat sibling pair, based in Colorado, whose unconventional friendship has won the hearts of humans worldwide. Whether they’re scaling mountains or cozying down in a tent, these two are never far from each other’s side and always ready for their next trek. Wanting to share their explorations with friends and family, photographer and the pair’s proud owner, Cynthia Bennett, began capturing Henry and Baloo on their outdoor adventures—with vivid colors and stunning backdrops surrounding them in every shot. Now never-before-seen photos and untold stories are compiled in a book for fans to enjoy. More than beautiful photography and a sweet story, Our Wild Tails champions friendship in the most unlikely of places and proves to readers that love is universal. Cynthia Bennett, photographer and explorer, lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado, with her dog (Henry), cat (Baloo), and partner, Andre.
|Author||: Courtney Acampora|
|Editor||: Silver Dolphin Books|
Crocbits, Rabphants, and zeboses, oh my! Lift the flaps to match an animal head with a different body! Heads and Tails contains 21 animals on split pages to mix and match to create silly animal combinations. A crocodile and a rabbit becomes a "crocbit" and a moose and an elephant becomes a "moophant"! Flip the book over for more heads and tails to mix and match.
|Author||: Anca Sandu|
|Editor||: Random House|
Churchill is a pig with a big personality who couldn't be prouder of his perfect tail. Until one day it goes missing... So Churchill tries on a whole host of other tails - tails that make his personality even more colourful. But along the way, Churchill forgets what really matters most to him - his friends. Can Churchill learn to value his friendships and solve the mystery of his missing tail?
No. 2, pt. 2 of November issue each year from v. 19-47; 1963-70 and v. 55- 1972- contain the Abstracts of papers presented at the annual meeting of the American Society for Cell Biology, 3d-10th; 1963-70 and 12th- 1972- .
|Author||: Madeleine Deny|
Lets STEP™ introduces a clever new format just right for babies and toddlers beginning to explore their ever-expanding surroundings. There are: • Sturdy, die-cut board book pages, graduated in size for a "what's next?" sense of discovery. • Shaped pages for tactile reinforcement of concepts and words, • Spot-on whimsical art to stimulate growing imaginations. Lets STEP™ are the perfect books for youngsters just stepping out into the world. There are ever so many critters—and ever so much fun—packed between each tip of the nose and each end of a tail on every spread of Lets STEP™ bright, new HEADS AND TAILS. And just whose snout is that peeking out waiting for the page to be turned? From heads to tails, it's a hands-on way to for kids to grow their understanding of the wider, and wilder, world!
|Author||: Brian Nice|
|Editor||: Simon and Schuster|
The love between dogs and their people is a bond so exceptional it can be hard to put into words. So Brian Nice uses photographs instead -- nearly one hundred and fifty beautiful portraits of noted celebrities with the special dogs they love -- in a book that will delight both your eyes and your heart. The pictures and the quotes that accompany them are tributes to the countless ways a dog can make any person's life special, and Brian Nice has caught his celebrity subjects (both human and canine) as you may never have seen them before: relaxed, goofy, blissfully happy, and completely in love with their four-legged friends. Brian Nice's own pug, Buster, whose enchanting photo graces the cover, is the inspiration for the book. After Buster was saved from blindness by a doctor recommended by the Humane Society of New York, Brian wanted to do something in return. This book is a special gift of thanks to them, and the author's proceeds will go to benefit both the Humane Society of New York and Much Love Animal Rescue in Los Angeles, both no-kill animal shelters. A very special book about some very special dogs, Rescue Tails is a book to treasure, reminding us each and every day not only how much love and happiness dogs give us, but also what we can do in return, and of the opportunity we all have to make a difference in a dog's life.
|Author||: Evgueni Ivantsov|
In the wake of the global financial crisis, Heads or Tails answers the question: what changes should financial institutions undergo to ensure reliable protection against extreme risks? Recent massive failures among large and respected financial institutions, clearly demonstrate that contemporary risk management and regulation fail to provide adequate responses to the challenges set by extreme risks. Dr Evgueni Ivantsov combines analysis of the nature of extreme risk (so-called tail risk), risk management practices and practical solutions to build a robust, enterprise-wide, extreme risk management framework which includes three lines of defence, ranging from strategic to tactical, designed to help address the tail risk during different stages of its development. The author also discusses: ¢ Why modern ’sophisticated’ risk management frameworks, strong capitalisation and liquidity do not prevent banks from failure in the face of systemic crisis; ¢ What it means to build an effective defence against systemic and catastrophic losses; ¢ What risk architecture should look like to ensure that extreme risk events are identified early and efficiently mitigated; ¢ How modern management practices, regulation and risk and business culture need to change to guarantee sustainability. While the context of Dr Ivantsov’s writing is financial services, the book contains an important message for specialists from any industries exposed to the extreme risks (oil/gas, energy, mining, chemical productions, transportation, etc.). Until the shortcomings of current risk management and regulation are resolved, financial services and other at risk industries will repeat the painful mistakes of the past, over and over again.
|Author||: Mike Boldt|
|Editor||: Simon and Schuster|
From the creative mind of rising star Mike Boldt comes a hilarious and original tale about overcoming back-to-school jitters, making new friends, and taking things in stride. Anya wakes up to discover that she has grown a tiger tail. Yes, a striped tiger tail. It also happens to be the first day of school. What will the other kids think? Are girls with tiger tails even allowed to go to school?! Anya is about to find out.
|Author||: Marie Winn|
Recounts the five-year-long ornithological drama that unfolded when a pair of red-tailed hawks nested in a building across from New York City's Central Park.
|Author||: Tina Kügler|
|Editor||: Scholastic Inc.|
Siblings Fritz and Franny have all sorts of bedtime adventures in this early reader from Geisel Honor winner Tina Kügler!
Signal Transduction Pathways Chromatin Structure and Gene Expression Mechanisms as Therapeutic Targets
|Author||: Marc Diederich|
This volume describes recent findings in the field of fundamental signal transduction mechanisms, including protein kinesis as therapeutic targets as well as applied research toward angiogenesis, apoptosis, and chemopreventive agents.