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The Shrinking Jungle

Author : Kevin T. Jones
ISBN : 1607811960
Genre : Fiction
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This novel provides a realistic glimpse of the life of the Aché tribe in Paraguay as they approach contact with the outside world
Category: Fiction

Standing On The Walls Of Time

Author : Kevin T. Jones
ISBN : 1607816741
Genre : Art
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"Showcases Utah's rock art with previously unpublished photos and essays that illuminate the exquisite artistry behind this ancient art form"--Provided by publisher.
Category: Art

Terror In The Tropics

Author : Timothy J. Bradley
ISBN : 1433348985
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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A series that explores some of the strange creatures that survive in some of the most dangerous and harshest environments on earth. Original.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Terror In The Tropics 6 Pack

Author : Timothy Bradley
ISBN : 9781433349218
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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In this fascinating nonfiction title, elementary readers are invited to discover terrifying plants and animals of the tropics. Readers will discover what makes poisonous plants so harmful and why dangerous jungle animals are so deadly through engaging features, including bright images, diagrams, and charts, informational text, and captivating facts. This 6-Pack includes six copies of this title and a lesson plan.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Uprising Of Hope

Author : Jeanne Simonelli
ISBN : 9780759115002
Genre : Social Science
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Drawing on decades-long relationships and fieldwork with the Zapatistas of south-eastern Mexico, cultural anthropologists Duncan Earle and Jeanne Simonelli reveal a complex portrait of a people struggling with self-determination on every level. Combining their own compelling narrative as participant-observers, and those of their Chaipas compadres, the authors effectively call for an activist approach to research, resulting in an ethnography that is at once analytical and deeply personal. Uprising of Hope is compelling reading for scholars and general readers of anthropology, social justice, ethnography, Latin American history and ethnic studies.
Category: Social Science

The Jungle

Author : Upton Sinclair
ISBN : 9780191624919
Genre : Fiction
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A searing novel of social realism, Upton Sinclair's The Jungle follows the fortunes of Jurgis Rudkus, an immigrant who finds in the stockyards of turn-of-the-century Chicago a ruthless system that degrades and impoverishes him, and an industry whose filthy practices contaminate the meat it processes. From the stench of the killing-beds to the horrors of the fertilizer-works, the appalling conditions in which Jurgis works are described in intense detail by an author bent on social reform. So powerful was the book's message that it caught the eye of President Theodore Roosevelt and led to changes to the food hygiene laws. In his Introduction to this new edition, Russ Castronovo highlights the aesthetic concerns that were central to Sinclair's aspirations, examining the relationship between history and historical fiction, and between the documentary impulse and literary narrative. As he examines the book's disputed status as novel (it is propaganda or literature?), he reveals why Sinclair's message-driven fiction has relevance to literary and historical matters today, now more than a hundred years after the novel first appeared in print.
Category: Fiction

Welcome To The Jungle

Author : Geoffrey T. Holtz
ISBN : 9781429926461
Genre : Social Science
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The population bomb/a white one for twenty-one days, a pink one for seven/pretty baby/it's a mad mad mad mad world/meet your new family/the warehouse generation/quality time/give a hoot dont pollute/birth of a disease/I was bad because you forgot to give me my pill/teach your chidlren wrong/the feel-good school/what a difference twenty years makes/fallout from the "Movement"/majoring in "Other"/Anxiety U./monkey on our backs/the incredible shrinking paycheck/rent forever/trickling down/inside joke/the free as parents?/mixin' it up/it's a jungle out there
Category: Social Science


Author : David Szalay
ISBN : 9781555970406
Genre : Fiction
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The U.S. debut of leading U.K. author David Szalay, named one of The Daily Telegraph's twenty best British novelists under forty James is a man with a checkered past—sporadic entrepreneur, one-time film producer, almost a dot-com millionaire—now alone in a flat in Bloomsbury, running a shady horse-racing-tips operation. Katherine is a manager at a luxury hotel, a job she'd intended to leave years ago, and is separated from her husband. The novel unfolds in 2006, at the end of the money-for-nothing years, as a chance meeting leads to an awkward tryst and James tries to make sense of a relationship where "no" means "maybe" and a "yes" can never be taken for granted. David Szalay builds a novel of immense resonance as he cycles though perspectives that add layers of depth to the hesitations, missteps, and tensions as James tries to win Katherine. James's other pursuit is money, and Spring follows his investments and schemes, from a half share in a thoroughbred to a suit-and-tie day job he's taken to pay the bills. Spring is a sharply tuned novel so nuanced and precise in its psychology that it establishes Szalay as a major talent.
Category: Fiction

Jungle Of The Maya

Author : Douglas Goodell
ISBN : 0292714122
Genre : Nature
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The Selva Maya (Jungle of the Maya) is one of the world's most magical yet least appreciated places—an enormous tropical forest that encompasses much of Belize, Guatemala, and Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula. At 9,000,000 acres, it is the largest contiguous tropical forest north of the Amazon in the Western Hemisphere. Within its borders, the Selva Maya provides habitat for an astonishing diversity of plants and animals—more than 500 species of birds alone. The forest also contains the fascinating ruins of ancient Maya cities, which attract visitors and researchers from all over the globe. Jungle of the Maya presents a stunning photographic portrait of this irreplaceable natural treasure. Nature photographers Douglas Goodell and Jerry Barrack capture the living wonders of the jungle—jaguars and other cats; spider and howler monkeys; hummingbirds and butterflies; and snakes, amphibians, and insects—as well as the region's hallmark Maya sites, including Tikal, Chichen Itza, Uxmal, and Tulum. Environmental writer Jim Wright invitingly describes the Selva Maya's natural and human history, helping visitors and residents appreciate the riches to be found in the forest and the need to protect and preserve them for generations to come. Because human activities are encroaching more and more on the Mayan forest, Jungle of the Maya is a beautiful book with a timely message. As renowned naturalist Archie Carr III sums it up in his foreword, "Today, the Selva Maya is at risk again. As modern beings, can we manage the forest better than we believe the ancient Maya did? We should. We have the archaeological record to draw from. We have modern science. And we still have inspiration whispered to us by spirits in the great plazas of Tikal and beyond. Turn the pages, and witness."
Category: Nature

Jungle Call

Author : Joseph Cacella
ISBN : UTEXAS:059173023190577
Genre : Amazonas (Brazil)
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Based on the author's experience as a missionary in the jungles of Amazon, Brazil.
Category: Amazonas (Brazil)

The Beach

Author : Lena Lencek
ISBN : UOM:39015047121796
Genre : Nature
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A history of the development of the beach traces its image in popular culture, the rise of the great resorts, and the evolution of the leisure industry
Category: Nature

Wishing Well

Author : Gerald Heard
ISBN : STANFORD:36105048106996
Genre : Mammals
File Size : 43.67 MB
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Category: Mammals

No Fish And Our Lives

Author : Cabot Martin
ISBN : 1895387124
Genre : Fisheries
File Size : 34.90 MB
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Category: Fisheries

Lord Of The Grassland

Author : Nirmal Ghosh
ISBN : UCAL:B4001450
Genre : Elephants
File Size : 23.65 MB
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Category: Elephants

The Jungle Route

Author : Frank W. Kravigny
ISBN : NWU:35556021279328
Genre : Brazil
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Category: Brazil

The Jungle

Author : Robert B. Downs
Genre :
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The Jungle

Author : Ann Arbor Media
ISBN : 1587260891
Genre : Chicago (Ill.)
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One of the most harrowing novels ever written, this vivid depiction of the meatpacking industry in Chicago not only aroused the indignation of the public but was instrumental in bringing about the passage of the Pure Food and Drug Act.
Category: Chicago (Ill.)

The Garden Jungle

Author : Densey Clyne
ISBN : CORNELL:31924017005830
Genre : Garden ecology
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Category: Garden ecology