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Fish Story

Author : Scott Robey
ISBN : 9781403370778
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 55.27 MB
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Fears and intimidation as Mom and Dad are propelled into generational doors of changing morality and a frightening new high-tech world. An episodic narrative of struggles, fears, and dreams of great expectations and humbling defeats, chapters of accidents and fortune's humors on the road traveled on a lifetime journey. But above all, a love story, a story about a beautiful Princess, my very own, the mother of three, a pillar of strength and deep-rooted integrity each moment of each hour of each day, the unerring guide of the family's odyssey.
Category: Fiction

Jangles A Big Fish Story

Author : David Shannon
ISBN : 9781338137774
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Breathtaking oil paintings bursting with energy pull readers along into Big Lake, the home of Jangles, the biggest fish anyone has seen. Fishing alone at dusk, a boy feels a tug on his line and comes face-to-face with the gigantic trout--whose enormous jaw is covered with so many lures and fish hooks that he jingles and jangles when he swims. Terrified by the sight, the boy is shocked when Jangles befriends him and takes him on an adventure to the bottom of the lake. A surprise ending will leave readers laughing and shaking their heads. Here is Shannon at his very best-in a wild and witty story that begs repeated reading.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

A Funny Fish Story

Author : Joanne Wylie
ISBN : 051602986X
Genre : Children's stories, American.
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Depicts a dogfish, catfish, rabbitfish, turkeyfish, and other funny fish.
Category: Children's stories, American.

A Fish S Story

Author : Bryce Morrow
ISBN : 9781543433975
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Nestled in the southeastern corner of Washington State between Idaho and Oregon lies a river corridor that nature lovers would all agree is improperly named. This is the setting for this story of three siblings who decided to step outside one spring afternoon, explore their surroundings and enjoy the wonders of their beautiful corner of the world. Little did they know, the adventure that would ensue.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

A Great Fish Story

Author : Barney A. Johnson
ISBN : 9781628382693
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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In a moving tale about eco-conservation, “A Great Fish Story,” attempts to shed light on a few of the, sometimes unseen, consequences of human involvement in the ocean. From the depletion of one creature’s food supply, to threatening the habitat of others, fishermen and even beach bums are getting on the nerves of a community of those who live in the ocean. Mr. Dolphin, Mr. Great White, the sperm whale, the tunas, the blue fish, and all the way down to the small tropical fish, weigh in on the situation at hand, and what, if anything, they plan on doing to protect themselves and their home…
Category: Juvenile Fiction

A Fish Story

Author : Stevan Browning
ISBN : 1478701307
Genre : Business & Economics
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Who Should Read This Book and Why? A Fish Story is a simple guide to successful marketing. It is intended for small business owners, entrepreneurs and beginning marketers with minimal experience. Steve demystifies the art of marketing in this lighthearted guide. You'll learn proven techniques to help you identify, attract and connect with your audience, pique their curiosity, and motivate them to take action. In the beginning it will take time and effort. But be confident in knowing you can become skilled in using these techniques to attract not only more customers to your business, but the right customers, the customers your business needs to grow and prosper. Note From The Author: In a competitive marketplace, you need to do more than simply keep your existing customers happy. To grow your business, you need to bring on new customers, and that means effective marketing. A Fish Story portrays marketing in such a way that any small business owner or entrepreneur can quickly understand and grasp the importance of marketing even at its most basic level. The skills and techniques used to illustrate the sport of bass fishing may not be entirely accurate in the eyes of a skilled fisherman. I have used some personal knowledge of the sport to add a level of credibility. Additionally, I have taken creative liberties where needed to best align the story and characters with the fundamental steps and principles of marketing. As you begin to implement the tools provided in the story, you will move towards a greater level of understanding of the value of marketing. Although you may not immediately grasp every element needed for success, with time, study, and help from an experienced mentor, you will learn and appreciate them.
Category: Business & Economics

Striper Wars

Author : Dick Russell
ISBN : 1610911105
Genre : Nature
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When populations of striped bass began plummeting in the early 1980s, author and fisherman Dick Russell was there to lead an Atlantic coast conservation campaign that resulted in one of the most remarkable wildlife comebacks in the history of fisheries. As any avid fisherman will tell you, the striped bass has long been a favorite at the American dinner table; in fact, we've been feasting on the fish from the time of the Pilgrims. By 1980 that feasting had turned to overfishing by commercial fishing interests. Striper Wars is Dick Russell's inspiring account of the people and events responsible for the successful preservation of one of America's favorite fish and of what has happened since. Striper Wars is a tale replete with heroes--and some villains--as the struggle to save the striper migrated down the coast from Massachusetts to Maryland. Russell introduces us to a postman at arms against a burly trap-net fisherman, a renowned state governor caving to special interests, and a fishing-tackle maker fighting alongside marine biologists. And he describes how champions of this singular fish blocked power plants and New York's Westway Project that would otherwise compromise its habitat. Unfortunately, those who cheered the triumphant ending to the campaign, as the coastal states enacted measures that enabled the striped bass to make its comeback, have found the peace transitory--there is now a new enemy emerging on the front. In recent years a chronic bacterial disease has struck more than seventy percent of the striped bass population in the primary spawning waters of the Chesapeake Bay. Malnutrition seems to be a significant factor, brought on by the same overfishing that plagued the bass in the first battle--only this time, the overfishing is devastating menhaden, the silvery little fish upon which the bass feed. Lessons learned during the first conservation battle are being applied here, highlighting a need for a whole new ecosystem-based approach to conserving species. Only with constant vigilance by concerned citizens, Dick Russell reminds us, can environmental victories be sustained. This particular fish story is a personal one for him, and he follows the striper's saga today all the way to California, where the fish was introduced in 1879 and where agribusiness now threatens its future. For his conservation work during the 1980s Russell received a citizen's Chevron Conservation Award.
Category: Nature

Fish Story

Author : Richard Hoyt
ISBN : OCLC:84301633
Genre : Fiction
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Willie Prettybird, a salmon fisherman, has brought a lawsuit to gain treaty fishing rights for the Cowlitz Indian tribe, aided by his friend, Seattle private eye John Denson. But then the federal judge in the Cowlitz suit is reported missing, and butchered cuts of human flesh turn up in a downtown park.
Category: Fiction

Fish Stories

Author : Henry Abbott
ISBN : 9783734076404
Genre : Fiction
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Reproduction of the original: Fish Stories by Henry Abbott
Category: Fiction

Fish Story

Author : Robert Tallon
ISBN : 0030175267
Genre : Cats
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A small fish who wants to see the world beyond his pond is befriended by a cat who has other plans for the voyager.
Category: Cats