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The Wreck Of The Zanzibar

Author : Michael Morpurgo
ISBN : 1405209305
Genre : Brothers and sisters
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In 1907, fourteen-year-old Laura, living with her family on one of the stormy Isles of Scilly, records in her diary how her dream of participating in a shipwreck rescue is finally realized.
Category: Brothers and sisters

The Wreck Of The Zanzibar

Author : Campbell Perry
ISBN : 0439965837
Genre : Reading (Elementary)
File Size : 22.11 MB
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Read & Respond provides teachers with all the resources they need to teach this classic children's story. Notes and activities reflect the way that teachers teach now and include shared texts, guided reading notes, reading activities, speaking and listening activities, writing projects and assessment guidance.
Category: Reading (Elementary)

The Rough Guide To Zanzibar

Author : Jens Finke
ISBN : 1858288681
Genre : Travel
File Size : 68.77 MB
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The Rough Guide to Zanzibar is the essential handbook to Unguja (Zanzibar) and Pemba, Africa's legendary Spice Islands, featuring: Detailed accounts of every attraction, from the labyrinthine Stone Town to ruined Omani palaces and idyllic beaches. Incisive reviews of the best places to eat, sleep and drink. Practical tips on a range of activities and expert background on Zanzibar's history and culture. Full-colour photos and all the maps and plans you'll need. Book jacket.
Category: Travel

Zanzibar

Author : Michael F. Lofchie
ISBN : 9781400879540
Genre : History
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This book gives a detailed analysis of the causes of the revolution of January 1964 in Zanzibar, and provides a study of the process of modernization in a plural society. Originally published in 1965. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.
Category: History

Return To Zanzibar

Author : Roger Webber
ISBN : 9781783061211
Genre : Travel
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‘Zanzibar was to be a profound influence on my early life, it became home to me, this was the world I knew and the place I would always be naturally drawn back to. Zanzibar was one of those special places, with even the name evoking ideas of an enchanted land. I was fortunate to live there at a time when it was a peaceful autonomous island, spared from the revolution that later tore it apart.’ Starting from his early days spent in this exotic island when it was an independent Sultanate, Roger Webber goes on to describe his travels throughout Africa, covering a period of 66 years and nearly every country in that vast continent. It includes the great journey from Cairo to Cape, travelling up the Nile, and later on passage down the other great river of Africa, the Congo. In Return to Zanzibar, Roger begins with his memories of an island explored in detail, recounting every aspect of its geography and history and examining how this small country had so much influence over such a large part of the continent. Following Zanzibar's amalgamation with Tanganyika to form Tanzania, in which many of the ways of the original country disappeared, Roger returned as a doctor to be faced with epidemics that were ravaging East Africa at that time. From this base he explored surrounding countries and much of the rest of the continent. Return to Zanzibar is a personal story of Africa in all its many facets.
Category: Travel

Michael Morpurgo

Author : Sally Wilkinson
ISBN : 9781134150946
Genre : Education
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This innovative series is designed to help primary teachers plan focused sessions on the work of popular, well-loved and valued authors, both classic and contemporary. Each book contains a range of activities for use directly in the classroom, covering biographical information about the author; a review of the author's work and a summary of major themes in his/her key texts; key language features of the author; frameworks to help children analyze, evaluate and compare texts, and to develop personal opinions of authors' works; ideas for writing modeled on or developed from key texts; speaking and listening opportunities; drama and role play ideas; and references to video, CD-ROM, websites and ICT activities. Inside each book is a full-color pullout poster illustrating the work of the author, which also has a set of challenges for children on the back. Michael Morpurgo is the author of over 60 books for children, including Sam's Duck, The Butterfly Lion, The Wreck of the Zanzibar, and Kensuke's Kingdom. Beginning with a detailed plan for structuring a half-term's work on Michael Morpurgo, this book presents activities that focus on narrative structure, character development, settings and themes. Activities and games include: focus on biography - writing blurbs, role-playing 'ask the author', creating a magazine article/web page about the author; exploring key themes, including bullies, not liking school, caring for animals, relationships with older people, and farm and country life; creating a character sketch; writing in role; focusing on time with a story web; analyzing setting; and an in-depth study of The Butterfly Lio.
Category: Education

Stand On Zanzibar

Author : John Brunner
ISBN : 9780575101470
Genre : Fiction
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There are seven billion-plus humans crowding the surface of 21st century Earth. It is an age of intelligent computers, mass-market psychedelic drugs, politics conducted by assassination, scientists who burn incense to appease volcanoes ... all the hysteria of a dangerously overcrowded world, portrayed in a dazzlingly inventive style. Winner of the Hugo Award for best novel, 1969 Winner of the BSFA Award for best novel, 1969
Category: Fiction

The Treasure Of Zanzibar

Author : Catherine Palmer
ISBN : 0842357769
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 69.80 MB
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Zanzibar. For Jessica Thornton, the very name conjured up images of isolation and beauty. But what Jessica finds on Zanzibar is a dangerous web of deception, greed--and murder. Only a lost love can help save her and her son.
Category: Fiction

Zanzibar

Author : Mame McCutchin
ISBN : STANFORD:36105112252098
Genre : Zanzibar
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Category: Zanzibar

Notices Of Mariners

Author : U.S.A. Navy Department. Bureau of Equipment. Hydrographic Office
ISBN : CHI:105745410
Genre :
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The Last Slave Market

Author : Alastair Hazell
ISBN : 9781849018142
Genre : History
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John Kirk was the only companion of explorer David Livingstone to emerge untainted from the disastrous, tragic expedition up the Zambezi river between 1859 and 1863. Three years later, Kirk returned to Africa, to the notorious island of Zanzibar, ancient post of the slave trade between Africa and the Middle East. Half a century after the abolition of slavery in Britain, slave traffi cking persisted on Africa's east coast, apparently tolerated and even connived with by parts of the British Empire in the Indian Ocean. Kirk, appointed as medical officer to the British Consulate in Zanzibar, could do nothing. This extraordinary and controversial book brings Kirk's years in Zanzibar to life. The horrors of the overland passage from the interior, and the Zanzibar slave market itself, are vividly described, together with Kirk's final, bitter conflict with Livingstone, who blamed Kirk for his own failings. But it was Kirk's success in closing down the slave trade on the island which made him famous across the world. Using private diaries and papers, a long forgotten Victorian hero and an extraordinary chapter in British history are revived in detail.
Category: History

Memoirs Of An Arabian Princess From Zanzibar

Author : Emily Ruete
ISBN : 9780486117478
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This 19th-century autobiography offers a rare inside look at the society surrounding a sultan's palace. A real-life princess in exile recalls her vanished world of harems, slave trading, and court intrigues.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Zanzibar

Author : Francis Barrow Pearce
ISBN : UOM:39015008309299
Genre : Pemba(Tanzania)
File Size : 77.88 MB
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Category: Pemba(Tanzania)

From Zanzibar To Ujiji

Author : Arthur W. Dodgshun
ISBN : UCAL:$B684477
Genre : Tanganyika
File Size : 53.65 MB
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Category: Tanganyika

In Zanzibar

Author : Ralph Delahaye Paine
ISBN : OXFORD:504214451
Genre :
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Children S Books From Other Countries

Author : Carl M. Tomlinson
ISBN : 9780810834477
Genre : Literary Criticism
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An annotated bibliography of 724 children's titles originally published outside of the United States between 1950 and 1996
Category: Literary Criticism

From Zinj To Zanzibar

Author : James S. Kirkman
ISBN : OSU:32435000312702
Genre : Africa, East
File Size : 75.38 MB
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Category: Africa, East