Author: Emma Nash
Author: Emma Nash
Author: Leila Jeffreys
Publisher: Harry N. Abrams
View: 310Fine art photographer Leila Jeffreys captures the beauty and diversity of some of our most colorful and elegant feathered friends. From the exotic birds of her native Australia to those of North America, Jeffreys seems to delve into the very souls of these creatures with her stunning and evocative portraits. Jeffreys works with animal rescue and conservation groups to find subjects to photograph. Her love and compassion for her subjects is evident throughout, as she captures their personalities in her delightful portraits; Commander Skyring the Gang-Gang Cockatoo, Dexter the White-Bellied Sea Eagle, Mrs. Plume the Budgerigar, and many others are as whimsical as they are beautiful.
A Treasure for Life
Author: Joseph Pathelin Policape
View: 1236This book is an inspiration to everyone who read it. Whatever your political views, religious and non-religious backgrounds, this book is for you. Joseph was immigrated to the United States at the age of 23. He first came to Nyack New York where he spent his first four years in the U.S. then moved to Massachusetts where he went to school. He learned the English Language and became an American citizen. He is in love with the United States, especially New York and Massachusetts in spite of some difficulties he encountered in the country. Read this book and you will find encouragement and strengths by reading his poetry and essays. He will bring you to Heaven when you read his poem "When I get to Heaven." You will be sad when you read "My Brother's death" or "My Sister's Death." You will also begin to think about the cruelty that has taken place on our planet when you read his essays "Amen, Pastor, Corruption in Cacola." This essay takes you inside the Protestant church and you will learn about the hypocrisy that is going on there. "Farewell my Dear Brothers." This reading asks many unanswered questions. When you read it, you would wonder too.
novel by D.J(Deepa jayaraj)
Author: D.J(Deepa jayaraj)
View: 7348Birds Of Love-Shore D.J. “Love!” What a charming word is it! It is an indefinable emotion, which anybody can feel towards anybody, anywhere, anytime, irrespective of age or other barriers. Will there be anybody in this world, who has not ever relished the sublime feeling of Love? This is a collection of true to life love stories; the stories which depict love from teenage to the state of old age. The indivisible relationship between love and one’s success or failure in life can be visualized all throughout these stories. Birds of love shore Copyright 2014 D.J First edition :21.12.2014 Published and Distributed by: D.J. Publication Kodungallur, Thrissur, Pin : 680 671 Email : djs[email protected] Translated by : Mrs. Sriletha Pillai Cover Design : S.S.Hoysala and RBS About D.J. Pubulication: Kodungallur based D.J.Publication started in 2013 by Deepa Jayaraj . Popularly known as D.J. D.J.Publication published Three Novels through its Publication and works was appreciated by both Media and General public. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M4Nl7WuOoPY
Being a History of the Bird, Its Structure, and Habits, Together with Sketches of Fifty Different Species
Author: Alfred Edmund Brehm
Author: Afua Osei-Bonsu
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
View: 3278Magic 8 & the Bone Marrow Sucker has a love affair between Queen Serwah and Little Jinn, who is the Bone Marrow Sucker. Magic 8 relates to the books investment in the study of a logical black magic, and the 8 is specifically for spiders or relates to 81 magic and flight. While living in Puerto Rico, Ms. Osei-Bonsu was confronted with four live tarantulas consecutively, all of which she managed to kill. Black magic related Ms. Osei-Bonsu to a fantasy she has about the American South and slavery, where she thinks under duress it may become logical and available basic ideas in black magic. Ms. Osei-Bonsu uses many musical and theatrical voices, and the reader may hear singing in the book. She has written notes on beauty, love, and sensuality that are a part of her New Thought Research. The book represents a meaningful and delightful collection of poems.
Author: Edgar Chamberlain
Publisher: Read Books Ltd
View: 4402Originally published in 1907. One of the earliest and possibly the most important book ever published on homing pigeons. The well illustrated and detailed chapters include: The Columba Livia - Origin and Production - Lofts and Fittings - Food and Feeding - Interbreeding - Crossing - Mendel's Law Applied to Homing Pigeons - Founding a Loft - Some Physical Characters - Feathers and the Moult - The Homing Instinct - Training - Preparing for Old Bird races - Preparing for Young Bird Races, etc. Many of the earliest pigeon books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. Home Farm Books are republishing many of these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.
Author: Dieunika Messeroux
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
View: 2067Jason is the most popular guy at Wood-Roth High. His all that M.C could think about but, she have to get him out from under Jessies claws. Jessie she has a secret that could tare her relationship apart with Jason; it's up to her friends to make path for love. M.C know shes unapproachable but, for the first time her heart sung. Right then and there she knew, no matter what had to be done, even if Jessie and her crew jumped her; shes fighting for love. Will it work out for her in the end, only time will tell?
Author: Erik Gray
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Category: Literary Criticism
View: 3392Love begets poetry; poetry begets love. So thinkers from Plato onwards have claimed; and even today, when poetry has largely disappeared from the mainstream of popular culture, it is still commonly considered the most seductive of all forms of art. But why should this be? What are the connections between poetry and love that lead us to associate them so strongly with one another? In this study Erik Gray draws on a broad range of Western thought and poetry to reveal the qualities and structures that love and poetry share. Above all, he argues, both are founded on paradox. Love is at once necessarily public (because interpersonal) and intensely private; hence love both requires expression and resists it. Likewise the experience of love is simultaneously surprising and familiar, singular and conventional. In poetry, especially lyric poetry - which is similarly both dependent on and resistant to language, both exceptionally regular and exceptionally irregular - love finds a natural outlet. The Art of Love Poetry illuminates many of the recurrent tropes that poets across the centuries have employed to represent and express love, exploring such topics as the poetic kiss, the lyric of conjugal love, and the role of animals in love poetry. In describing the inherent erotics of poetry, it offers new insights not only into the long tradition of love lyric but into the nature of love itself.
Author: Francis Channing Woodworth
Category: Children's stories, American
Author: Cora Kerr
Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing
Category: Juvenile Fiction
View: 1160Fifteen year old Beth and Franny are best friends. Beth is interested in boys and Spanish; Franny, a tomboy, is interested in adventure. School's out for the summer, and the two girls vacation on a Mexican beach. What begins as an ordinary summer develops into a lifelong lesson- one that changes them forever.Beth and Franny rescue a paralyzed seagull, a starving pelican, another with a hopelessly broken wing, and numerous other seabirds. As they begin to understand the beauty and frailty of life, they glean a new understanding of who they are, both to each other and to the world. Immersed in a foreign culture, they experience the world through the eyes of those who have entirely different economic and social realities. They learn that love, truth, and beauty are the essence of all cultures, and that these intangibles never die.
Author: Chan Parker,Francis Paudras
Author: Jasna Jackson
Publisher: Author House
View: 6233"Yoyo was interesting because she was always having a lot of secrets and she never shared them, sometimes maybe with anyone. She felt that if she will talk about it those words and things will disappear so she rather was just listening and observing and was quiet. " The book is about a growing up girl. She was adopted and she sees things a bit different and since she was little, she loves the stars the most. First she saw them on the sky at night than as people too.
Author: Sheila Clarke
View: 3186A FISH COULD LOVE A BIRD recounts the interracial marriage between Lauren, a Caucasian Canadian artist, and Chen, a Chinese Malaysian physician, who met at the University of British Columbia. The newly-weds will live with his parentsWong, a rubber plantation owner, and Tan, who runs a beauty salon. Lauren, coming directly from a privileged life in Vancouver with her BFA degree in her suitcase, faces crucial challenges entering the home and culture of a Chinese family. Feeling like an alien, she is battered by superstitions, treated with mysterious potions from the apothecary and pressured from the beginning to have a boy baby. As eldest son, Chen is torn between the bounden duty to his parents and the expectations of his feisty, energetic wife. The novel gives a close look at many facets of Malaysian lifefrom hot ginger compresses to devils peeking in windows. In the face of overwhelming socio-cultural differences, can the marriage of Lauren and Chen survive?
Author: Frederick Enoch
Dial M for Metaphysics
Author: David Baggett,William A. Drumin
Publisher: Open Court
View: 9509The shower scene in Psycho; Cary Grant running for his life through a cornfield; “innocent” birds lined up on a fence waiting, watching — these seminal cinematic moments are as real to moviegoers as their own lives. But what makes them so? What deeper forces are at work in Hitchcock’s films that so captivate his fans? This collection of articles in the series that’s explored such pop-culture phenomena as Seinfeld and The Simpsons examines those forces with fresh eyes. These essays demonstrate a fascinating range of topics: Sabotage’s lessons about the morality of terrorism and counter-terrorism; Rope’s debatable Nietzschean underpinnings; Strangers on a Train’s definition of morality. Some of the essays look at more overarching questions, such as why Hitchcock relies so heavily on the Freudian unconscious. In all, the book features 18 philosophers paying a special homage to the legendary auteur in a way that’s accessible even to casual fans.
Author: Gurudev Shri Lahari Krishna
Publisher: Partridge Publishing
View: 8409Why be a slave of various religions when God is for all His creations? With an open heart, read this book and be filled with the love of God. He is not bound to a certain religion; He loves you whoever you may be. There is a way to find peace in the soul, get physical healing, and be relieved of mental worries: get to know more about God, thank Him for His goodness, be filled with joy divine, quench the thirst of your soul, and get the satisfaction that only God can give you.
Author: Mary Oliver
Publisher: Beacon Press
View: 7036A collection of poems celebrates the many forms that love can take and bemoans the fate of the natural world.