A JOURNEY THROUGH THE JUNGLE

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A Journey Through The Jungle

Author : Emily Wallis
ISBN : 0752266217
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A third book of intricate and beautiful dot-to-dot pictures.Relax and focus your mind with these beautiful dot-to-dot pictures.Full of sophisticated dot-to-dot illustrations for you to complete yourself, this book is a window to a few minutes of peace, calm and creativity.De-stress and lose yourself to the task of joining the dots and revealing the stunning drawings within them.
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Eleven Leopards

Author : Norah Burke
ISBN : UCAL:$B185176
Genre : Natural history
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Category: Natural history

A Journey Through The Kingdom Of Oude In 1849 1850

Author : W. H. Sleeman
ISBN : 9781108168953
Genre : History
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The 1858 London edition of Sleeman's 1852 account of life in the Indian principality of Oude prior to British annexation.
Category: History

Mad White Giant

Author : Benedict Allen
ISBN : 0571206174
Genre : Amazon River Region
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Inspired with youthful dreams of being an explorer, 23-year-old Benedict Allen travelled from the mouth of the Orinoco to the mouth of the Amazon. Allen stumbled on his own through the Amazonian jungle, so coming face-to-face with the harsh reality of being alone in the midst of potentially hostile territory. Allen's first published work develops into a tale full of mishaps, dangers - and sheer bloody endurance. He records how the experience of living in the jungle with Indians taught him how to survive - an ability he quickly found he needed to use.
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A Journey To The Tea Countries Of China

Author : Robert Fortune
ISBN : 9781108046411
Genre : History
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First published in 1852, this travel narrative charts Robert Fortune's search for the best tea specimens in China.
Category: History

Personal Narrative Of A Journey To The Equinoctial Regions Of The New Continent

Author : Alexander Humboldt
ISBN : 9780141961026
Genre : Travel
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One of the greatest nineteenth-century scientist-explorers, Alexander von Humboldt traversed the tropical Spanish Americas between 1799 and 1804. By the time of his death in 1859, he had won international fame for his scientific discoveries, his observations of Native American peoples and his detailed descriptions of the flora and fauna of the 'new continent'. The first to draw and speculate on Aztec art, to observe reverse polarity in magnetism and to discover why America is called America, his writings profoundly influenced the course of Victorian culture, causing Darwin to reflect: 'He alone gives any notion of the feelings which are raised in the mind on first entering the Tropics'.
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