SEASONS ON THE FLATS

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Seasons On The Flats

Author : Bill Horn
ISBN : 9780811748896
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Migrations of fish, rise and fall of tides, and weather changes through the year in the Keys.
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A Coast For All Seasons

Author : Miles O. Hayes
ISBN : 9780981661803
Genre : Science
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Illustrations, photographs and satellite imagery enhance a narrative that presents hard science and makes it accessible and very human. This is a book that investigates the changing face of the coastline through erosion, hurricanes and climate change. This is a book that matters.
Category: Science

Dried Flowers For All Seasons

Author : Jan Gertley
ISBN : 9781561582853
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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Provides step-by-step instructions for twenty-four projects for a variety of arrangements, including wreaths, garlands, flower pots, and Christmas ornaments
Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Horses To Follow

Author : Jake Colclough
ISBN : 9781728381879
Genre : Reference
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Welcome to the guide for 2019. It contains fifty horses that are coming into their three-year-old seasons—colts or fillies, potential classic winners or useful handicappers in the making. The aim of the guide is to supply us with as many winners in the 2019 season as possible. To aid our search for winners, we look back into the horses’ juvenile campaigns and analyse their runs as well as a potential rating to pinpoint target races months in advance as well as have a small insight to a few of the stables. Last year, we were blessed with a thrilling crop of three-year-old champion fillies. Alpha Centauri swept to save the mile division for Mrs. John Harrington and the Niarchos family, the multigroup 1 winning fillies Sea of Class, and Laurens for William Haggas and Karl Burke respectively. And the St. Leger runner-up Lah Ti Dah from that beautifully bred family of Oaks winner Dar Re Mi, trained by John Gosden. The difficult agenda we have on our hands is that out of that crop of high class three-year-olds, only two of them raced as juveniles. Sea of Class was a late foal, and Lah Ti Dar wasn’t given her debut until April at Newmarket. However, I believe we have seen enough to give us a proper insight to the British Classics of 2019. Now, why three-year-olds? This is the most exciting year in a horses’ racing career as their potential is unknown, and an improving horse can be very valuable to keep onside—for example, the crop of fillies. If you backed each and every one of their runs to a ten-pound stake you would be £495.90 better off for it. Last season at this stage we had already seen the Guineas winner (8/1, Saxon Warrior) and the Derby winner (Masar), and that is more than enough for me, and hopefully, you to delve into this year’s crop. The guide will include some of the top performers from the juvenile season, but generally, any racing watcher could throw a list together of highly rated horses together. So my aim—on top of the superstars—is to give us a group of three-year-olds that will come on from their two-year-old campaigns and hopefully finish off a better rating come the end of the year than the mark they started on, which should give us a nice crop of winners for the coming 2019 flat season.
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Seasons In The Sun

Author : Dominic Sandbrook
ISBN : 9781846146275
Genre : History
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Dominic Sandbrook's magnificent account of the late 1970s in Britain - the book behind the major BB2 series The Seventies In this gloriously colourful book, Dominic Sandbrook recreates the extraordinary period of the late 1970s in all its chaos and contradiction, revealing it as a decisive point in our recent history. Across the country, a profound argument about the future of the nation was being played out, not just in families and schools but in everything from episodes of Doctor Who to singles by the Clash. These years saw the peak of trade union power and the apogee of an old working-class Britain - but also the birth of home computers, the rise of the ready meal and the triumph of the Grantham grocer's daughter who would change our history forever. Reviews: 'Magnificent ... if you lived through the late Seventies - or, for that matter, even if you didn't - don't miss this book' Mail on Sunday 'Sandbrook has created a specific style of narrative history, blending high politics, social change and popular culture ... always readable and assured ... Anyone who genuinely believes we have never been so badly governed should read this splendid book' Stephen Robinson, Sunday Times '[Sandbrook] has a remarkable ability to turn a sow's ear into a sulk purse. His subject is depressing, but the book itself is a joy ... [it] benefits from an exceptional cast of characters ... As a storyteller, Sandbrook is, without doubt, superb ... [he] is an engaging history capable of impressive insight ... When discussing politics, Sandbrook is masterful ... Seasons in the Sun is a familiar story, yet seldom has it been told with such verve' Gerard DeGroot, Seven 'A brilliant historian ... I had never fully appreciated what a truly horrible period it was until reading Sandbrook ... You can see all these strange individuals - Thatcher, Rotten, Larkin, Benn - less as free agents expressing their own thoughts, than as the inevitable consequence of the economic and political decline which Sandbrook so skilfully depicts' A. N. Wilson, Spectator 'Nuanced ... Sandbrook has rummaged deep into the cultural life of the era to remind us how rich it was, from Bowie to Dennis Potter, Martin Amis to William Golding' Damian Whitworth, The Times 'Sharply and fluently written ... entertaining ... By making you quite nostalgic for the present, Sandbrook has done a public service' Evening Standard About the author: Born in Shropshire ten days before the October 1974 election, Dominic Sandbrook was educated at Oxford, St Andrews and Cambridge. He is the author of three hugely acclaimed books on post-war Britain: Never Had It So Good, White Heat and State of Emergency, and two books on modern American history, Eugene McCarthy and Mad as Hell. A prolific reviewer and columnist, he writes regularly for the Sunday Times, Daily Mail, New Statesman and BBC History.
Category: History

A Smile For All Seasons

Author : Pamela Evans
ISBN : 9780755372881
Genre : Fiction
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In the swinging sixties, two women are united by friendship yet tested by a devastating secret... By the much-loved author of In the Dark Streets Shining and The Apple of Her Eye, Pam Evans creates a gripping world of secrets, fashion and romance, and tests a friendship to its outer limits. Perfect for fans of Sheila Newberry and Nadine Dorries. In 1963 Eve Peters has it all: young, beautiful and fashionable, she also has a gorgeous husband, Ken. She dreams of owning a house in Ealing where they can start a family. But a horrific tragedy leaves Eve a widow, with Ken's baby on the way. But then Eve meets Meg - blonde, vivacious and also single. Meg's baby is due soon after Eve's and the two women strike up a deep friendship. Meg owns a successful boutique and when she learns that Eve is also passionate about clothes, she offers her a job and they become business partners. And when handsome Bart Baxter walks into her life, Eve starts to believe that once again she can find love and happiness. But then Meg reveals a devastating secret that has the power to destroy one of the most rewarding relationships in Eve's life... What readers are saying about A Smile for All Seasons: 'Great book that you can pick up at any time. Love all books by Pamela Evans'
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Cool Season Gardener

Author : Bill Thorness
ISBN : 9781594857164
Genre : Gardening
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CLICK HERE to download the chapter with "Steps to Extend Your Growing Season" from Cool Season Gardener (Provide us with a little information and we'll send your download directly to your inbox) "Along comes Bill Thorness, beautifully encouraging gardeners to take their edibles to the next level." —Edible Seattle * The first wholly new, focused, and comprehensive guide to growing winter crops in the Pacific Northwest and other maritime climates * Promotes year-round outdoor activity, food and garden sustainability, and a smaller carbon footprint How would you like to serve your own carrots for Thanksgiving next year, or fresh-from-the-garden salad at the winter solstice? Or how about collards for Christmas, leeks on New Year's, and lovely red beets for Valentine's Day, all right from your own garden? You can, without much trouble, by practicing winter, or "cool-season," gardening. Cool Season Gardener is longtime gardening writer Bill Thorness's friendly guide to maintaining your garden year-round even in dark, damp, maritime climates. He shows you how to keep the garden in production in cold months, practice succession planning for sowing and transplanting, plant cover crops, utilize homemade garden structures, and more. Even the most avid gardeners might be surprised to learn all the benefits of cool season gardening—the fact that it is often less work than summer gardening due to slower growth and less maintenance, or the seasonal bonus of having fewer pests. Not to mention that year-round gardening will create substantial savings on your food bill, while at the same time yielding fresh, homegrown produce on your table every month of the year. And Thorness wants you to know it's easier than you think!
Category: Gardening

Fishing The Flats

Author : Kristi Lew
ISBN : 9781448894956
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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The main feature that defines a flat is a bottom that slopes gently to the shore with very few, if any, steep drop-offs. In some lakes, a flat may be very small and shallow, say eight inches deep, or it may be very deep and go on for acres, as in the Gulf of Mexico. Anglers learn that fishing the flats for fish such as bass, bonefish, snook, and tarpon brings with it some unique challenges, such as casting with finesse. In this exciting narrative, anglers learn safety tips, fishing techniques, and rules about fishing in flats, and all about fishing rods, line, bait, lures, and hooks. They also study the life cycle of a fish, fish food, handling and keeping the catch, and catch-and-release fishing. Other topics covered in this fact-filled resource are overfishing, pollution prevention, and the preservation of fishing grounds.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction