Does your little one love spending time with the family at the lake? Then they will love this delightful book filled with activities related to water-side vacations. The Lake Fun Book includes coloring pages with everything from the animals you'd find at the lake to the tents you sleep in. Puzzles and word finds create fun and educational activities, for both you and your child, throughout this enjoyable book. As a bonus, this book would serve as a good resource for the times at the lake when the weather isn't suitable to be outdoors. Pick up this charming activity book for your youngster today! Are you constantly looking for activities to keep your young one busy during those bad weather times at the lake? Are they tired of sitting in the tent with nothing to do? Then the Lake Fun Book is the book for you! Filled with lake related coloring pages, challenging word finds and educational puzzles this book will keep your littlest child busy for hours. In addition, the lake related theme throughout will get your youngster excited about all the things the lake has to offer when the weather clears. Pick up your copy of this charming activity book today and be prepared for that next rainy day at the lake! Â· DISCOVER:: FUN on the lake. This body of water is a true gem. Now you can work your way through the majestic shores that make this lake so special. Fun for all ages. Share the gift of Lake Fun with someone you love today. ***Limited Time Discount Offer!*** ***Regular Price $12.99*** Â· Â· ***Plus, As a Special Thank-you for buying this Book Today, You Will Receive FREE puzzles and games inside the book*** Â· Â· Do you want to see a side of the lake a child rarely gets to see? Do you or a child you love need to express their creative side while enjoying a fun cultural experience? Read on to find out more about how this book can solve your problem Buy:: The one and only Lake Fun Coloring Book Here's a preview of what you'll find inside this book: Â· Â· Fisherman First Aid Kit Tent Sleeping Bag Beach Towell Fish Net Flippers Boat Paddle Hat Visor Swim Trunks Bikini Radio Playing Music Life jacket Rafts Knee Board Tubes Friends Fire Wood Camp Fire Grill Sun Screen Lotion Money Drinks Goggles Wake board Ski Rope Anchor Bug repellent Beach Chairs Binoculars Book Playing Cards Cooler Coozie Camera Snacks Tackle Box Fishing Rod Worms Cricket Water Shoes Skipping Rocks Water bottle Floaties Swim Noodle Dry Clothes Phone Trash Bag Toilet Paper Paper Towels Watermelon Lantern Flash light Boat light Ski rope Bobber Fishing Hook Catfish Bluegill Turtle Minnow Crickett Water Snake Duck Pelican Seagull Frog Large Mouth Bass Small Mouth Bass Trout Laptop Computer Tablet Swim Cap Nose plug Fish food Bag of ice Dog Pop sickle Marshmallows Chocolate Graham crackers Smores Canoe Kayak Paddlebaord Flip flops Lake Map Swim Noodle And much, much more! Want to Know More? Scroll to the top of the page and select the "BUY" button for instant purchase. Buy Your Copy Right Now!
Illustrated tourists' guide to Cairns. Full-colour photos are accompanied by information about various aspects of the region, including the rainforest, waterfalls, northern beaches, nightlife and the city. Includes map. Photographer/publisher is a prolific producer of books, postcards, and musical CDs and cassettes with an Australian theme.
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-bye. 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; portmanteaux, satchels, and hand-bags, with tags tied to them, were placed in a row waiting to be claimed by the passengers, or taken down into the state-rooms.
We've all felt it. Frustration at work, dissatisfaction with our jobs, dysfunctional relationships with coworkers, absence of trust in our leaders, lack of recognition and appreciation for our contributions. It all seems to be part and parcel with what it means to be an employee in today's workplace. Of course there are also moments of triumph and exhilaration, times when we feel a real sense of worth and accomplishment in what we do. But these seem to be little more than flashes in the pan in an otherwise never-ending struggle to eke out a living and, hopefully, find some semblance of personal self-worth in the process. The good news is that it's possible to tip the scales, and we don't have to quit our jobs to do it. We can increase our sense of meaning and purpose while at the same time reduce our feelings of futility and frustration. But to do this we first need to understand what it is that's causing us such discontent. And to do this, we need to talk about wet water. Water is wet. (Really. Go check. I'll wait.) That's its nature, and for the most part that's not a problem. Fish do quite well in wet water. A fish doesn't complain that water is wet. If it did it would live a very frustrated and pointless existence. Even if it wanted to, even if it dedicated its every waking moment to the endeavor, a fish can't change the nature of wet water. It's an environmental constant. All a fish can hope to do is adapt to water's wet nature and live in harmony with its environment. Like fish, we live in many environmental constants that cannot be changed, but unlike fish, we sometimes get it into our heads that these constants have to change for us to be happy. So we embark on a frustrating and ultimately futile journey as we try to change our environmental constants. In other words, we try to make water not wet. When this happens something does have to change, and it's not the water.
BarryNo one said he had to be nice to the woman who had singlehandedly destroyed his hopes of ever securing the dukedom from his much older and far too boring cousin, John Pettygrove, Duke of Snowley. But Barrington Chapple, Marquess of Ryde, has never accepted defeat, whether it is on the battlefield, at the card table or in the bedroom. Will he find a way to win the prize he seeks...and maybe the one he comes to crave?LottieThe gods must hate her! Charlotte had never set her cap at any man, like her three younger sisters had done, and what had it gotten her? An arranged marriage to a man more than twice her age, and a title she could live without. But as the oldest and still unmarried daughter of Nigel Hawthorne, she had little choice in the matter. Still, what could be worse than marrying an older man to whom one is not in the least attracted? How about falling in love with his cousin and heir?
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