Winter Trees

Winter Trees Author Carole Gerber
ISBN-10 9781580891684
Release 2008
Pages 32
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A boy and his dog walk through a wintry forest and identify seven common trees.

Winter Trees

Winter Trees Author Sylvia Plath
ISBN-10 9780571264162
Release 2010-11-25
Pages 55
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The poems in this collection were all written in the last nine months of Sylvia Plath's life, and form part of a group from which the Ariel poems were chosen. Her radio play 'Three Women', also included here, was written slightly earlier, in the transitional period of The Colossus and Ariel. 'A book that anyone seriously interested in poetry now must have . . . Sylvia Plath's immense gift is evident throughout.' Martin Dodsworth in the Guardian

Summer Wine and Winter Trees

Summer Wine and Winter Trees Author Frances M. Lester
ISBN-10 9781598587654
Release 2008-12
Pages 120
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In a continuous cycle of summer, winter, autumn, and spring, we are surrounded by constantly changing seasons. With all the seasons that fill our lives, in turn, each brings something new to learn. With her vivacious poetry, Frances Lester brings to life the brilliance of the seasons as well as a range of emotions we experience with the progressive stages of life. Moreover, her combined love of language and playful wit capture the sunny aspects in life. Her words are spiritually uplifting and feel like spring blossoms even when it seems we are experiencing the wearying winter of life. Written by Ms Candice Snow Frances Lester Born in Athens, Georgia, the youngest of eight children to James Edward and Cornelia Garrison McLeroy, Frances learned to read at an early age and never stopped loving books. She said, "My father taught me to read and my mother taught me to sing." When asked how she would like to be remembered . . . She was a child of God, a lover of books, a singer of songs, a writer of poems. The widow of John Arthur Lester, she has two daughters, Janice Anernathy and Laura Burns, Three grandchildren, John, Troy, and Alex and five great grandchildren. She lives in Gainesville, Georgia with her two cats, Patches and Peaches.

Winter Trees

Winter Trees Author Jane Kennedy
ISBN-10 1935362135
Release 2009-07
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Take a walk in the woods with Jane Kennedy. Follow her clear, concise stepbystep instructions to create your own pattern. After learning Jane's easy technique, you'll be ready to step out and add your own unique elements.

The Sighing of the Winter Trees

The Sighing of the Winter Trees Author Laura Grossman
ISBN-10 1424161134
Release 2007-02
Pages 146
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The Sighing of the Winter Trees is as soothing as a hot cup of tea on a winteras night. Winter, one of the most coldest and darkest of seasons is personified. There are ordinary situations such as aAn I Love You on a Friday Afternoon, a like a gift of lollipopsa!imagine, an I love you on a Friday afternoon helps add spice to life. Iave written poetry about a winter storm that is especially beautiful. In the midst of a winter storm think of the joyous days our hearts whispered. Think of the joyous days!

Winter Tree Finder

Winter Tree Finder Author May Theilgaard Watts
ISBN-10 0912550031
Release 1970
Pages 58
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Learn to identify trees in winter, by their twigs and other features, with this key to native and commonly introduced deciduous trees of the U.S. and Canada east of the Rockies.--Information taken from back of book.

Winter Trees

Winter Trees Author Kim Stokely
ISBN-10 1500954667
Release 2014-09-04
Pages 308
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Meet the residents and staff of Marigold Manor Assisted Living: Ginny, the grieving Activities Director; Chester, the facility's friendly chef with a secret; Edith, the practical farmer's widow; and Frank, the retired Navy Admiral.Ginny struggles to make the holidays joyful for the residents, while still mourning the death of her fianc�. Edith and Frank decide it's time for an intervention. The two conspire to play matchmaker between Ginny and Chester. The task isn't an easy one. Ginny must find a way to let go of her grief, and Chester's past may stop any romance from growing.But the two matchmakers are nothing if not persistent. They've lived too long, and learned too much, to give up hope. They know that barren winter trees bloom again in the spring and everyone deserves a second chance at love.Semi-finalist Christian Writers Guild's Operation First Novel Contest 2010

Winter Trees

Winter Trees Author Dominic Price
ISBN-10 1908819111
Release 2013
Pages 48
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"Identifying trees in winter without their familiar leaves can appear a daunting challenge, but a closer look will reveal a multitude of slowly swelling buds. A quick glance at the bud summary photos in Winter Trees instantly reveals their sheer diversity. Generally they are extremely varied, and often easy to learn and remember. When you consider the difference between types of bark, size of tree and habitat, identification starts to become much easier than it seemed at first."--P. [4] of cover.

Tree Finder

Tree Finder Author May Theilgaard Watts
ISBN-10 0912550015
Release 1963
Pages 58
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Guide to identifying native (and some widely introduced) trees of U.S. and Canada east of the Rocky Mountains. Organized as a dichotomous key, the book leads the user through a series of simple questions about the shape or appearance of different parts of a tree. Includes 161 species. Illustrated with line drawings. The small (6" by 4") format fits in pocket or pack to take along on a hike.

Winter Trees

Winter Trees Author Peter Pauper Press
ISBN-10 1441315438
Release 2014-02-01
Pages 20
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20 cards and 21 envelopes. All cards printed on coated heavy-weight card stock. Board box with acetate lid. Greeting: Season's Greetings.

Snow and Winter Trees Reflected in a Lake Journal

Snow and Winter Trees Reflected in a Lake Journal Author Cs Creations
ISBN-10 1544057784
Release 2017-03-04
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This journal with 150 ruled pages awaits your writing pleasure. You can use it to record your hopes and dreams, express your gratitude, to keep a bucket list, as a daily diary, or to jot down your "To-Do" lists. The possibilities are endless and the choice is all yours. Enjoy!

The Trains That Climb the Winter Tree

The Trains That Climb the Winter Tree Author Michael Swanwick
ISBN-10 9781429994453
Release 2011-03-15
Pages 32
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When the elves come out of the mirrors one Christmas, they send Sasha on a harrowing train trip to get back a brother she never knew she had. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

Serene Winter Trees at Twilight Nature Journal

Serene Winter Trees at Twilight Nature Journal Author C. S. Creations
ISBN-10 1544875592
Release 2017-03-23
Pages 150
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This journal with 150 ruled pages awaits your writing pleasure. You can use it to record your hopes and dreams, express your gratitude, to keep a bucket list, as a daily diary, or to jot down your "To-Do" lists. The possibilities are endless and the choice is all yours. Enjoy!

Winter versus summer pruning of apple trees

Winter versus summer pruning of apple trees Author Clarence Cornelius Vincent
ISBN-10 UIUC:30112019503314
Release 1917
Pages 28
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Winter versus summer pruning of apple trees has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Winter versus summer pruning of apple trees also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Winter versus summer pruning of apple trees book for free.

Trees of Vancouver

Trees of Vancouver Author Gerald B. Straley
ISBN-10 0774804068
Release 1992-01-01
Pages 270
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Vancouver is famous for its trees. The range of vegetation in this green city is extraordinary. Native and cultivated trees, many of which are not found anywhere else in Canada, thrive in the mild, wet winters and drier summers. Gerald Straley, a leading researcher and a popular science educator at the Botanical Garden at the University of British Columbia, knows Vancouver's woody, green heritage well. In this comprehensive guide, the first of its kind, he draws attention to the great diversity of trees in the city -- on its streets, in its parks, and in its public and private gardens. Trees of Vancouver is an invaluable guidebook for visitors and residents and an authoritative tool for horticulturists, landscape architects, naturalists, and the nursery industry. It provides detailed, easy-to-understand information on over 470 kinds of trees. Each entry contains particulars about the origins, general appearance, merits, problems, and uses in landscaping of individual species. To aid further in identification, entries specify locations where outstanding examples can be seen. The text is complemented by hundreds of the author's delicate drawings of the leaves, flowers, fruits, or other distinctive features of individual trees, and by colour plates of 86 trees. For the reader who wants to spend a pleasant day exploring and identifying specimens, there are detailed maps of several locations in the city where a wide variety of trees can be seen.

Michigan Trees

Michigan Trees Author Burton Verne Barnes
ISBN-10 0472089218
Release 2004
Pages 447
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The number-one book for tree identification in Michigan and the Great Lakes

The Thinking Alphabet

The Thinking Alphabet Author Frances Goldstein Rotkopf
ISBN-10 1465317317
Release 2009-11-02
Pages 377
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The Thinking Alphabet is an alphabet book written in a humorous style. It can be used in grades one, two, three and four. It contains strategies and techniques for teachers to use in all of the curriculum areas. The lessons are geared to improve academic performance by strengthening a child’s thinking skills. The book tries to make learning challenging and exciting in the “Content Areas”. The strategies and techniques found in the book help children to logically analyze various comprehension skills. Ultimately, the children make meaningful judgments based on critical thinking skills. My book tries to imbue in children a love for reading. In the book, I incorporated reading for meaning with the teaching of phonics ad word attach skills. There are thirty-one stories. Each story emphasizes one of the following seven comprehension skills: 1. Critical Thinking Suptopics: a. Is the story real or make-believe b. Is the story fact or opinion? c. Another critical thinking skill that is taught is the Teacher of Persuation. 2. How to draw inferences. 3. How to find the main idea. 4. How to determine sequence of time. 5. How lo locate as answer 6. How to find and relate details. 7. How to predict outcomes. The book contains two sections. One is the Children’s Book; it has a Children’s Table of Contents and the other a Teacher’s Table of Contents which gives a synopsis of each lesson and a Teacher’s Manual for each of the children’s thirty-one stories. The Teacher’s Manual is a “walk through” for each lesson for the inexperienced as well as experienced teacher. Although the lessons are structured, the teacher is encouraged to use her and/or the children’s creativity and input. The lessons within the book can be tailored to be simple or more complex. The teacher may use her own judgment, considering the grade level of her children and/or her experience. The book contains the following curriculum areas: Reading, Listening, Speaking-Conversational Skills, Critical Thinking Skills, Spelling-Writing Skills – Creative Expression, Arithmetic, Science, Music-Singing, Art, Physical Fitness, Proper Social Behavior and Conflict Resolution. In every lesson there is an enrichment activity. The teacher is encouraged to give meaningful homework assignments that are listed in every lesson. The child’s parents are given support to assist with this type of family homework. The lessons are Cross Referenced. This will help teachers as an instructional guide. The book was field tested in seven different schools within District 8. It was received with great enthusiasm. It was acclaimed by the Superintendent, Assistant Superintendent and other personnel within District 8, Bronx, N.Y.