Spotty Zebra Pink B Change - I Spy in the Garden

Author: Alison Hawes

Publisher: Nelson Thornes

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Category:

Page: 16

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A non fiction story about what you can spy in the garden. Cross-Curricular: Sense of place. ELG: Observe, find out about and identify features in the place they live and the natural world.

Zoo in the Garden

Author: Edward Hamilton Aitken

Publisher: Orient Blackswan

ISBN:

Category: Birds

Page: 277

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Edward Hamilton Aitken`S Enchanting Writings On Natural History Capture The Drama In The Lives Of Neighbours: Frogs In Our Ponds, Crows On Our Window Sills, Lizards Behind Our Cupboards, And Many Others. His Prose, At Once Comic And Poetic, Captivated Readers At The Turn Of The Century In India.

Sunday in the Body of the Garden of Tyme

Chronological & Selected Poems 2001-2011

Author: I.B. Wingfield

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

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Category: Poetry

Page: 315

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I intend to offer the reading society and individuals varieties of pieces to ponder. This book captures (thoughts) only what my spoken words cannot. I believe that to obtain a balance in our minds and in our hearts we must explore the perimeters of our existence.From despair to happiness, we must look inside to inevitably know ourselves. Literature is a quiet language of its own, that must be manifest in books. We must cherish literature. The title: Sunday In The Body Of The Garden Of Tyme sums up a day in the life of the author that lasted twenty years. I assure you that he lived the research. Is it poetry? Useless montage? You decide. The subjects and ideas I represent are commonly grim or disconnected from hope. This book reveals my battles w/ in & out. I do favor traditional styles of poetry. However, I am somewhat idiomorphic w/ these small stories. I fear God and am constantly learning things from the least mundane to the most divine. True poetry never fills a page or a book -it forms a conscience far from the pages, far from our hands. I do wish that my readers find in this inaugural book: Humor, intellect, question and relevence -for these are scripts that we may all relate to in one way or another.

Spy in the Saddle

Author: Dana Marton

Publisher: Harlequin

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Category: Fiction

Page: 224

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Two agents must work together without letting a tense past—and a sizzling new attraction—disrupt their most important mission in Dana Marton's HQ: Texas miniseries It's been ten years since soldier Shep Lewis laid eyes on delinquent-turned-FBI agent Lilly Tanner, and this time they have an even bigger problem than each other: terrorists. In the center of a smuggling operation, Shep and Lilly must partner up and protect each other. Not even their undercover identities can mask the mounting attraction between the pair as they struggle to survive in the merciless Texas borderlands. Can they put the past behind them and focus on the mission at hand? Or will their partnership reignite the flames of their untapped passions?

Hunting the Spy

Author: Tyler Flynn

Publisher: Carina Press

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 125

View: 179

England, 1792 Revolution rages in France, and war with England is imminent. But Nathan Kennett is fighting his own battle. An undercover spy catcher, he's after an unknown informant who's supplying valuable secrets about the English coastal defenses to the French. When he discovers a dead body in his employer's house, with Sir Peter Ross hunched over it, he has his suspect. Lean, strong and firm, Peter is Nathan's ex-lover—and a member of the aristocracy. He represents everything Nathan hates and has the arrogance to match. Peter broke off their affair with no explanation, but is he capable of murder, and treason besides? Trying to keep one step ahead of his enemies, Nathan has only two days to identify and deliver the informant to his superiors in London. Peter swears his innocence and offers to help find the true culprit, but as riots swell in the streets, Nathan can't be sure he can trust him. Or himself, when they're together. 71,000 words

The Spy who Came in from the Co-op

Melita Norwood and the Ending of Cold War Espionage

Author: David Burke

Publisher: Boydell & Brewer Ltd

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Category: History

Page: 209

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A story of wartime intelligence, super-power relations and spies and their handlers - seen through the experience of Melita Norwood.

The Gentleman in the Garden

The Influential Landscape in the Works of James Fenimore Cooper

Author: Russell T. Newman

Publisher: Lexington Books

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Category: Literary Collections

Page: 107

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The Gentleman in the Garden: The Influential Landscape of James Fenimore Cooper examines the profound and previously unrecognized relationship between landscape and social standing in the work of James Fenimore Cooper. Both a broad overview of Cooper's work and an in-depth examination of its views on society, The Gentleman in the Garden is a creative and insightful exploration of the pioneer aesthetic of one of America's earliest authors

Life and Death in the Garden

Sex, Drugs, Cops, and Robbers in Wartime China

Author: Kathryn Meyer

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN:

Category: History

Page: 306

View: 770

This compelling book provides a rare glimpse into the heart of wartime China. Kathryn Meyer draws us into the perilous world of the Garden of Grand Vision, a ramshackle structure where a floating population of thousands found shelter—and despair. We follow the three Japanese police officers who were dispatched into the underworld of occupied China to investigate crime and vice in the Harbin slums while their military leaders dragged Japan deeper into the Pacific War. While following these policemen, the reader discovers a remarkable and unexpected view of World War II in East Asia that brings to life the margins of a violent and entrepreneurial society, the struggles of an occupying police force to maintain order, and the underbelly of Japanese espionage. Drawing on the author’s years of rediscovering the historical trail in Manchuria and research based on top-secret Japanese military documents and Chinese memoirs, this book offers a unique and powerful social and cultural history of a forgotten world.

Spy's Honor

The Hearts and Thrones Series

Author: Amy Raby

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 400

View: 206

Rhianne, mind mage and Imperial Princess of Kjall, cannot openly challenge the emperor. Instead she acts in secret to aid the victims of his worst excesses. But now the emperor plans to wed her to the cruel Augustan, the man leading Kjall’s attack against the nation of Mosar. Soon she will be torn from her supporters and shipped overseas, where she can help no one. Mosari crown prince Janto is desperate to save his country from invasion. When one of his most trusted spies disappears while gathering intelligence at the Kjallan palace, Janto takes his place and continues searching for information that could save his people. But falling for the Imperial Princess was not part of his plan. Nor was having his true identity revealed... Now Rhianne must make a choice—follow the path of tradition or the one of the heart, even if it means betraying her own race.