Entertaining and easy to read, A Lawn Chair Gardener's Guide shows readers why it's time for a "Yard 2.0" and how create to create beautiful, functional, and sustainable yards that provide maximum yields with minimal effort. Pape's low-maintenance "lawn chair" gardens create habitat, conserve water, reduce the carbon footprints, and eliminate the need for chemicals.
Mixing one part gardening, one part concern for the environment, and one part personal growth, Pape sets out to change the world, one yard at a time. Best of all, she makes it easy. Pape has a knack for explaining complex topics like organic gardening and companion planting in an approachable way. You too can grow your own food, improve your little corner of the world, and transform your yard into an oasis.
When Sophie moves her teddies, she finds a magical fairy door in the skirting board. Bella the fairy flies in and takes her to fairyland - with the help of some fairy dust. After flying through fairyland they catch the tea-cup train home again - but it won't go and no amount of fairy dust will help. Thank goodness Sophie has the answer and saves the day! A full colour, read-out-loud picture book told in rhyme illustrated by Erica Jane Waters.
Excerpt from In a Steamer Chair: And Other Ship-Board Stories Mr. George Morris stood with his arms folded on the bulwarks of the steamship City of Buffalo, and gazed down into the water. All around him was the bustle and hurry of passengers embarking, with friends bidding good-by. Among the throng, here and there, the hardworking men of the steamer were getting things in order for the coming voyage. Trunks were piled up in great heaps ready to be lowered into the hold; portmanteaus, satchels, and handbags, with tags tied to them, were placed in a row waiting to be claimed by the passengers, or taken down into the staterooms. To all this bustle and confusion George Morris paid no heed. He was thinking deeply, and his thoughts did not seem to be very pleasant. There was nobody to see him off, and he had evidently very little interest in either those who were going or those who were staying behind. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.
Well rehabilitation techniques have been the focus of major advancements in recent times. Environmental engineers can keep pace with those changes with the book Water Well Rehabilitation.
Millionaire executive Steven Beard woke up screaming. Experiencing excruciating pain, he reached down and clutched his stomach. He felt the blood on his hands and panicked. His internal organs were oozing outside his belly. Beard reached over and called for an ambulance. The paramedics worked in vain to stem his bleeding. The seventy-four-year-old writhed in pain but out of the corner of his eye, he saw his wife Celeste enter the room. "Oh my God," Celeste said. "Steve! What happened?" The medics pushed the woman back, not wanting her to interfere in his care. Chaos ensued as his thirty-seven-year-old wife and her two twin daughters entered the room. Police searched around the premise and found a shell on the ground. Steven Beard had been shot in his stomach. But by whom? Was it the wife who strangely was not sleeping in the same bed. The daughters? Or would it be Tracey Tarlton, a lesbian lover of Celeste? "They knew Tracey had pulled the trigger," crime writer Diane Fanning said. "But they suspected someone else was involved. But Tracey just wouldn't talk." Tarlton harbored a secret from the police. She had fallen in love with Beard's wife, Celeste. But as Tracey would later find out, there was a lot about Celeste that she didn't know about...
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