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City Trails Tokyo

Author : Lonely Planet Kids
ISBN : 9781787011694
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 50.7 MB
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Here's a book about Tokyo that's seriously streetwise. Colourful themed trails, from history and culture to food and nature, reveal amazing facts and intriguing tales that kids won't find on the tourist routes. We'll show them where to bathe in chocolate, climb Japan's tallest tower, meet a giant robot, and lots more!
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

City Trails Barcelona

Author : Lonely Planet Kids
ISBN : 9781788682077
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 44.13 MB
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Get ready for a walking tour like no other- all from the comfort of your sofa! This seriously streetwise guide is packed with themed trails, from food and festivals to music, art and sport, that reveal amazing facts and intriguing tales you won't find on the tourist routes. Discover human pyramids, dancing eggs, a witch school, and lots more!
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

City Trails New York

Author : Lonely Planet Kids
ISBN : 9781760343101
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 28.95 MB
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Here's a book about New York that's seriously streetwise. Discover secrets and stories guaranteed to blow your mind that are definitely off the tourist trail. Find out what's lurking in the pumpkin garden, why you might find cows underground, how eating hotdogs could make you rich and lots more! For readers aged 8 and up.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

City Trails Washington Dc

Author : Lonely Planet Kids
ISBN : 9781787011700
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 56.64 MB
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Here's a book that's seriously streetwise. Colourful themed trails, from history and culture to food and nature, reveal amazing facts and intriguing tales that kids won't find on the tourist routes. We'll show them where to find Henry the giant elephant, oyster sandwiches, the Grand Canyon on a ceiling, and lots more!
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Frommer S City Guide To Tokyo 1994 1995

Author : Beth Reiber
ISBN : 0671868004
Genre : Tokyo (Japan)
File Size : 26.7 MB
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This guide to Nashville and Memphis is one of the Frommer city guides which offer value-conscious recommendations on hotels, restaurants and sightseeing.
Category: Tokyo (Japan)

City Trails Rome

Author : Lonely Planet Kids
ISBN : 9781787011670
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 52.87 MB
Format : PDF, Kindle
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Here's a book about Rome that's seriously streetwise. Colourful themed trails, from history and culture to food and nature, reveal amazing facts and intriguing tales that kids won't find on the tourist routes. We'll show them where to find Rome's belly button, read a poem to chocolate, snack on witch sweets, and lots more!
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Vital Signs 1998

Author : The Worldwatch Institute
ISBN : 9781610916592
Genre : Nature
File Size : 66.13 MB
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The new Vital Signs 1998 gives you more than 100 charts, graphs and tables that show you the worldwide trends that are changing our lives, for better and for worse. It includes the latest data on critical global trends, presented in simple but compelling graphics, along with concise, thoughtful analysis.
Category: Nature

City Trails Sydney

Author : Lonely Planet Kids
ISBN : 9781787011687
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 80.64 MB
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Here's a book about Sydney that's seriously streetwise. Colourful themed trails, from history and culture to food and nature, reveal amazing facts and intriguing tales that kids won't find on the tourist routes. We'll show them where to find haunted pubs, ancient Aboriginal art, the best surfing beaches, and lots more!
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Lonely Planet City Trails Singapore

Author : Lonely Planet Kids
ISBN : 1787014835
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 36.1 MB
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"Follow 16 fantastic themed trails to uncover Singapore's best-kept secrets. Find out about giant metal trees, where to find a rainbow-colored school, why food is left by statues at the Haw Par Villa, and lots more!"--
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Tokyo

Author : Sumiko Enbutsu
ISBN : 4770030339
Genre : Travel
File Size : 86.43 MB
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Heart of the old city - Sumo quarters - Haiku poet Basho - Kabuki - Fish markets - Samurai feats - Shoguns - Classic temple district - Shops and festivals - Traditional Tokyo neighbourhood.
Category: Travel

Occupied City

Author : David Peace
ISBN : 9780307593191
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 71.45 MB
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A fierce, exquisitely dark novel that plunges us into post–World War II Occupied Japan in a Rashomon-like retelling of a mass poisoning (based on an actual event), its aftermath, and the hidden wartime atrocities that led to the crime. On January 26, 1948, a man identifying himself as a public health official arrives at a bank in Tokyo. There has been an outbreak of dysentery in the neighborhood, he explains, and he has been assigned by Occupation authorities to treat everyone who might have been exposed to the disease. Soon after drinking the medicine he administers, twelve employees are dead, four are unconscious, and the “official” has fled . . . Twelve voices tell the story of the murder from different perspectives. One of the victims speaks, for all the victims, from the grave. We read the increasingly mad notes of one of the case detectives, the desperate letters of an American occupier, the testimony of a traumatized survivor. We meet a journalist, a gangster-turned-businessman, an “occult detective,” a Soviet soldier, a well-known painter. Each voice enlarges and deepens the portrait of a city and a people making their way out of a war-induced hell. Occupied City immerses us in an extreme time and place with a brilliantly idiosyncratic, expressionistic, mesmerizing narrative. It is a stunningly audacious work of fiction from a singular writer.
Category: Fiction

Fodor S Tokyo

Author : Fodor's Travel Guides
ISBN : 9780804141765
Genre : Travel
File Size : 25.26 MB
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Fodor's correspondents highlight the best of Tokyo, including Asakusa's majestic shrine, Harajuku's riotous fashions, and the world-renowned Tsukiji fish market. Our local experts vet every recommendation to ensure you make the most of your time, whether it’s your first trip or your fifth. MUST-SEE ATTRACTIONS from Hama Rikyu Gardens to Mt. Fuji PERFECT HOTELS for every budget BEST RESTAURANTS to satisfy a range of tastes GORGEOUS FEATURES on Japanese cuisine, arts, and culture VALUABLE TIPS on when to go and ways to save INSIDER PERSPECTIVE from local experts COLOR PHOTOS AND MAPS to inspire and guide your trip
Category: Travel

Tokyo Metropolitan News

Author :
ISBN : STANFORD:36105112745778
Genre : Tokyo (Japan)
File Size : 34.76 MB
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Category: Tokyo (Japan)

Yellowfish

Author : John Keeble
ISBN : 9780295805474
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 60.60 MB
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Wesley Erks, itinerant machinist and "high class jack-of-all-trades," takes a hefty fee for smuggling a group of illegal Chinese immigrants ("yellowfish") from Vancouver, B.C., to San Francisco in the 1970s. Three are teenaged "Hong Kong boys," one of whom has been grievously injured. The fourth, a fugitive and the son of a rich Chinese casino owner, means to settle a grudge with a Chinese American secret society, the Triad, but is himself being pursued. The tale of the perilous journey of these five men, along with a woman who becomes implicated in a double-cross, is filled with vivid fictional and historical characters. The whole of it conjures the story of the West itself. Click here for discussion questions for Yellowfish: http://www.washington.edu/uwpress/books/Yellowfish.pdf
Category: Fiction

Blazing The Trail

Author : Victor Witter Turner
ISBN : 0816512914
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 69.11 MB
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Victor Turner (1920-1983) stands as one of the leading anthropologists of the twentieth century, known especially for his work on the process of ritual. This new collection of Turner's writings gathers seven late pieces that reflect his thoughts on such subjects as pilgrimage, sacrifice, and liminal processes. In them he reveals his debt to Freud, his views on morality, and always his fascination with ritual. Representative of Turner's mature scholarship, these essays will be of interest to scholars in literature, mythology, and religion. With its emphasis on symbolic studies, Blazing the Trail serves as a companion volume to the earlier collection of Turner's essays On the Edge of the Bush (Arizona, 1986), which focused on process and performance. The present collection includes a biographical and critical essay by Edith Turner.
Category: Social Science