Welcome to Bear Country

Welcome to Bear Country Author Mike Berenstain
ISBN-10 0606396411
Release 2017-04-18
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For use in schools and libraries only. Explore the world of the Berenstain Bears with a visit to Bear Country. Join Mama, Papa, Brother, Sister, and Honey as they visit exhibits, investigate caves, and return to the coziest place in town -- their treehouse.



The Berenstain Bears Welcome to Bear Country

The Berenstain Bears  Welcome to Bear Country Author Mike Berenstain
ISBN-10 0062350269
Release 2017-04-18
Pages 24
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The Berenstain Bears Welcome to Bear Country has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Berenstain Bears Welcome to Bear Country also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Berenstain Bears Welcome to Bear Country book for free.



Madie Life in Bear Country

Madie Life in Bear Country Author Marsha Loftis
ISBN-10 9780557162567
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Madie Life in Bear Country has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Madie Life in Bear Country also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Madie Life in Bear Country book for free.



How to Photograph Bears

How to Photograph Bears Author Joseph F. Classen
ISBN-10 9781682031223
Release 2016-10-17
Pages 128
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Join Alaskan guide, photographer, and author Joseph Classen as he explores the topic of photographing one of nature’s most feared and fascinating creatures: bears! In How to Photograph Bears, Classen takes photographers and nature enthusiasts on the adventure of a lifetime by sharing his most unforgettable bear photographs and the stories behind them. Along the way, readers will gain a wealth of important, how-to information about safely and respectfully photographing these magnificent beasts. In this beautifully illustrated book, Classen, along with guest author and world-renowned bear expert, Dr. Larry Van Daele, first take a close look at the mystique of the bear and separate fact from fiction in regard to these often negatively sensationalized creatures. Next, they teach readers about the behavioral and biological differences of the various species of bears and the safety precautions that should be heeded when seeking to document these subjects. After presenting a balanced, positive discussion about bears and personal safety, Classen shares with readers a wide variety of proven tactics, field techniques, and creative photographic concepts for capturing and producing unforgettable images of these elusive and powerful animals. Readers will get inside information on how to pack for the trip, how to choose and use the best equipment for the job, how to document behaviors, how to ensure artful compositions, and much more. Whether one is heading out to the remote wilderness to embark upon the photo safari of a lifetime or is simply planning to spend a more leisurely day taking photos at a nature preserve or zoo, How to Photograph Bears will prove to be a cherished resource that is sure to inspire, educate, and entertain bear lovers and photographers of all skill levels, worldwide!



NOLS Bear Essentials

NOLS Bear Essentials Author John Gookin
ISBN-10 9780811741170
Release 2009-06-14
Pages 112
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Seven common bear encounters and how to survive them. Best ways to identify grizzlies and black bears. Learn essential info on bear behavior at different times of year and in different habitats.



Living with Bears

Living with Bears Author Linda Masterson
ISBN-10 9780977372409
Release 2006
Pages 255
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Colorado author Linda Masterson dispels myths, replaces fear with respect, and lays the foundation for improving human-black bear relations with an inside look at the fascinating world of these highly intelligent, adaptable and resourceful animals found in 41 U.S. states and every province in Canada. With over 900,000 black bears roaming North America today, people from Florida to British Columbia are encountering bears more often, and as a result, human-bear conflicts are on the rise. This guidebook to life in bear country is packed with a wealth of useful and often surprising information, and down-to-earth advice from bear experts all over the continent, along with real-life stories from wildlife managers, organizations and communities who've discovered creative, workable ways for people and bears to share space. - Understanding Black Bears and Their Behavior - Bear-Proofing Your Home - Safe Trash Stashing - Hiking, Camping & Playing in Bear Country - Birdfeeding, Bee-Keeping in Bear Country - Gardening, Orchards & Farming in Bear Country - Bear Behavior Modification - Avoiding Encounters & Attacks - Appendix: bear organizations, volunteer groups, state agencies, resources and index Case Studies from National Parks, wildlife sanctuaries and communities in Colorado, Pennsylvania, Florida, Tennessee, Washington, Nevada, California, Minnesota and Canada.



L A Justice

L A  Justice Author Christopher Darden
ISBN-10 9781631680984
Release 2016-12-20
Pages 448
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Written by legal legend Christopher Darden, who gained nationwide fame as one of the prosecuting attorneys during the O.J. Simpson trial, L.A. Justice is a hard-driving thriller, crafted with an insider’s understanding that real justice is always dirty. Randy Bingham wakes in the dark, with his head throbbing, his memory blank, and a body on the floor. It’s Sherri Dietz, his fiancée, and she was killed with Randy’s gun. A spacey romantic with a mile-long streak of Catholic guilt, Randy Bingham is about to become chief suspect in the trial of the century, and he doesn’t remember a thing. The case falls in the lap of Virgil Sykes, a hard-nosed police detective, who works with high-flying District Attorney Nikki Hill to learn what really happened in that darkened, bloody room. With the help of Sherri’s son, a ten-year-old computer whiz who was hiding upstairs when his mother was murdered, Virgil and Nikki stumble onto a wide-ranging conspiracy that threatens to undermine the very foundations of the LAPD.



In Bear Country

In Bear Country Author Jake Macdonald
ISBN-10 9780762767984
Release 2011-04-12
Pages 272
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They terrify and fascinate us. They are moving closer to us as climate change, deforestation, and rural development diminish their habitats. Once considered rare, romantic creatures, bears are now as common in some places as raccoons. Some say we should leave them alone; others argue that responsible hunting will serve both bears and humans best. Weighing both sides of the argument, award-winning writer Jake MacDonald examines the history and behavior of the three species of bears in North America—grizzlies, black bears, and polar bears. Part memoir and part natural history, In Bear Country draws on the personal experiences of MacDonald and others, providing an absorbing story about the place bears occupy in our world and the place we occupy in theirs. As MacDonald skillfully weaves a compelling meditation on our continent’s largest predators, he delivers a profound and powerful message for all to consider as bear country quickly shrinks and our worlds collide.



Into Brown Bear Country

Into Brown Bear Country Author Willard A. Troyer
ISBN-10 9781889963723
Release 2005
Pages 130
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Bears are North America's most complex and controversial predator, both loved and hated for their majesty and power. Will Troyer's introduction to the natural history of Alaska's brown bears is both enchanting and informative, told with the objectivity of a biologist, the resonant voice of an outdoorsman who has spent decades in bear society, and breathtaking photography. Troyer was a pioneer in the study of brown bears. Convinced that scientific research was the only antidote to widespread fear and misinformation about one of Alaska's largest predators, he gathered data with primitive equipment and endured hair-raising adventures. His career spanned dramatic changes in approaches to bear management that ranged from extermination to conservation, a history of human-bear interactions that he recounts with unusual insight and first-hand knowledge. Troyer offers a holistic description of bear biology and behavior, an account of bear-human interactions, and practical advice for viewing and photographing bears. Into Brown Bear Country offers an intimate, realistic view of the lives of Alaska's coastal bears. Entertaining and readable, it will be enjoyed by all readers of nature literature and is an essential starting point for anyone visiting bear country.



Balthazar s Crystal

Balthazar   s Crystal Author Anne Warne
ISBN-10 9781925442823
Release 2016-02-15
Pages 160
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Balthazar’s Crystal is magical and through its power we go on journeys to countries we may know little about and are asked to think about some big questions; questions like: How do we treat bears, one of our largest mammals? Why are they becoming endangered? Could we use land on our shared planet to make the world a better place for humans and animals? Should large animals such as bears be kept in zoos? These are huge questions and there are no easy or quick answers but they are questions that should at least be asked. To help us think about questions like these we journey with Balthazar (his nickname’s Zar), his brother Zachary (or Zach for short) and their young friend Tae to the home of the Royal Clan of Bears from the country of Bhutan, to Far East Russia and to other places in our amazing planet. Through the power of Balthazar’s Crystal we also Time Travel to learn some of the history of bears and humans in an effort to gain greater understanding of how humans and large animals interact on a planet that is seeing more and more natural habitats disappearing. Our journey begins when Zach sees a cloud in the exact shape of a bear and when he tells Zar they both have a sense of knowing that awakens in them all sorts of feelings – feelings of excitement, anxiety, hope and also courage and sorrow. Then when a man bumps into Zar and tells him urgently to go to the Crystal Shoppe not far away he realises that an adventure is about to begin for he and his brother. The brothers are joined by their friend Tae and as they enter the Crystal Shoppe they are greeted by the man who had just earlier bumped into Zar. He introduces himself as Ursus and he also introduces his brother Bhu, informing the boys that he is actually a bear who can transform into a human when required. Zar, Zach and Tae are asked by Ursus and Bhu to journey with them on the Path of Remembering to learn more about the history of bear and human interactions and that is when Balthazar’s Crystal appears, glimmering and glinting, wielding its magic to lift boys and bear-men into the vortex of air created by its power and into the first stage of the Path of Remembering.



The Disneyland Encyclopedia

The Disneyland Encyclopedia Author Chris Strodder
ISBN-10 9781595808462
Release 2012-07-01
Pages 504
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Spanning the entire history of the park, from its founding more than 50 years ago to the present, this fascinating book explores 500 attractions, restaurants, stores, events, and significant people from Disneyland. Each of the main encyclopedia entries illuminates the history of a Disneyland landmark, revealing the initial planning strategies for the park’s iconic attractions and detailing how they evolved over the decades. Enriching this unique A-to-Z chronicle are profiles of the personalities who imagined and engineered the kingdom known as “The Happiest Place on Earth.” Discover unbuilt concepts, including Liberty Street, Rock Candy Mountain, and Chinatown, and delight in fascinating trivia about long-lost Disneyland features, from the real rifles in the shooting gallery that used to be located on Main Street to the jet-packed Rocket Man who flew above Tomorrowland. Overflowing with meticulously researched details and written in a spirited, accessible style, The Disneyland Encyclopedia is a comprehensive and entertaining exploration of the most-influential, most-renovated, and most-loved theme park in the world!



Welcome to Maple Hill

Welcome to Maple Hill Author Myra Poteet-Smith
ISBN-10 1452084947
Release 2005-11-10
Pages 420
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Mattie Smith, a woman in her early sixties, has—she feels—accomplished quite a lot in her lifetime. Like everyone else, some of her ventures have been of her own choosing, but most—not; her hectic life leaving her precious little time to do the things she loves most—reading novels, spending time with friends and family, being involved in choirs, and the music that’s so much a part of her life... one would be hard put to say which of these would be placed at the top of her list! Life has a way of changing directions when you least expect it, changing your direction and placing you on a course you would never have dreamed of taking. So it is with Mattie. After several turns in her life, Mattie makes a decision that will alter her whole life and everything that she is-—or was—well... still is. After a lifetime of working at a public job, caring for home and family, and reaching—finally, the retired, “grandmotherly” stage of her life, she finds herself in a most unexpected—to say the least—undertaking. A great change was made in the life of Mattie and her husband Walt, several years back, when they made the decision to purchase property in the eastern part of their state of North Carolina, where he spent the biggest part of the winter months, bear hunting. The idea was to have a place so that Mattie could be with Walt occasionally, rather than being left at home alone for such long lengths of time, as she had been doing for years. She never in her wildest dreams imagined becoming a part of the hunt. But that’s exactly what she did at Walt’s request—a request that he didn’t really think she would take him up on. WELCOME TO MAPLE HILL is an open invitation into the life—and all the adventures therein—of Mattie Smith. It is also an introductory book, for the many ongoing experiences yet to share in the life of this housewife-turned-bear hunter! Come along—up close—on some real hunts, as Mattie describes in detail, what she sees... what she thinks, as she trails along beside her beloved husband... the “true” bear hunter!



Welcome to Subirdia

Welcome to Subirdia Author John M. Marzluff
ISBN-10 9780300210309
Release 2014-09-30
Pages 320
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Welcome to Subirdia presents a surprising discovery: the suburbs of many large cities support incredible biological diversity. Populations and communities of a great variety of birds, as well as other creatures, are adapting to the conditions of our increasingly developed world. In this fascinating and optimistic book, John Marzluff reveals how our own actions affect the birds and animals that live in our cities and towns, and he provides ten specific strategies everyone can use to make human environments friendlier for our natural neighbors. Over many years of research and fieldwork, Marzluff and student assistants have closely followed the lives of thousands of tagged birds seeking food, mates, and shelter in cities and surrounding areas. From tiny Pacific wrens to grand pileated woodpeckers, diverse species now compatibly share human surroundings. By practicing careful stewardship with the biological riches in our cities and towns, Marzluff explains, we can foster a new relationship between humans and other living creatures—one that honors and enhances our mutual destiny.



Welcome to Canada

Welcome to Canada Author David Carpenter
ISBN-10 0889843201
Release 2009
Pages 245
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David Carpenter's stories often begin in a comic mode, and the voices of the characters, their accents, tones and peculiar vocabularies, are brilliantly caught. But what begins as comedy can frequently veer into fierceness, farce, regret or indignation. On these unpredictable journeys, we meet an amorous Texas millionaire and his native fishing guide, a cow named Turkle, a farm girl who talks to bears, a kokum who speaks with departed spirits, a German scholar with a taste for saskatoon berries, an all-Jewish football team that takes a chance on a goy, an aboriginal folksinger who finds love in a laundry dryer and loses it in a motel, a monster northern pike named Adolph, a shy roaring-twenties photographer who hates dogs and loves peppermints. Most of Carpenter's characters are city people who find themselves out in the bush with the bear, deer, elk and wolves, and sometimes even Windigo. Carpenter has a strong relationship with the wild country of the northern boreal forest, the Saskatchewan prairies and the Alberta foothills. His prose is protean. It shifts into the minds and the voices of his characters and gathers the reader along to unexpected destinations: grief, joy, or a nicely shaded triumph often involving love, escape or an unexpected kind of revelation. Since 1975, with the exception of four years split between Toronto and Vancouver Island, Carpenter has lived and written in Saskatoon. He has been nominated and won numerous literary accolades for his work, including fiction, nonfiction and poetry. Until recently he was fiction editor for Grain Magazine.



Pop up and Movable Books

Pop up and Movable Books Author Ann Rothwell Montanaro
ISBN-10 081082650X
Release 1993-01-01
Pages 559
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Ranging from Victorian picture stories to Disney classics and contemporary works on environmental issues, pop-up and movable books have amused, enlightened, and entertained children and adults for almost 150 years. Although most movable books are designed primarily for children, a significant number of fiction and nonfiction titles are intended for adult readers. Despite their enormous popularity, they are rarely reviewed or included in lists of children's books, and are seldom purchased for circulating libraries. Many are unindexed. Montanaro identifies, indexes, and describes over 1,600 titles by publication date, personal names of contributors, and series titles.



Children s Literature

Children s Literature Author Hannah Nuba
ISBN-10 9781135620905
Release 2013-09-13
Pages 208
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This chronological guide to the developmental stages, and corresponding literary needs and preferences, of early childhood is hte unique result of combinging the expertise of educational professionals with that of a children's librarian. Each chapter describes a developmental stage of childhood and presents appropriate books for that reading level, providing expert guidance in today's crowded children's book market.



The Dakotas Off the Beaten Path

The Dakotas Off the Beaten Path  Author Lisa Meyers McClintick
ISBN-10 9781493017454
Release 2015-05-01
Pages 256
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Tired of the same old tourist traps? Whether you’re a visitor or a local looking for something different, let The Dakotas Off the Beaten Path show you a side of North and South Dakota you never knew existed. See the house Pa built during the annual Laura Ingalls Wilder Pageant in De Smet, South Dakota. Excavate mammoth bones in the Black Hills or spelunk in some of the world’s largest caves. Dance to Norwegian fiddles at North America’s largest Scandinavian festival, or lose yourself in the brilliant splendor of a powwow. So if you’ve “been there, done that” one too many times, get off the main road and venture Off the Beaten Path.