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Under The Sea Magic Painting Book

Author : EDC Publishing
ISBN : 0794539580
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Open this book to see stylish, black and white illustrations... then brush water over them using the brush provided to see them change before your very eyes, as a rainbow of colors magically reveal themselves and bring each under the sea scene to life.
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Under The Sea Magic Painting

Author : Fiona WATT
ISBN : 147492168X
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Explore the magical world of undersea plants and creatures with this incredible magic painting book. Sweep carefully over the wonderful black and white patterns and drawings with the paintbrush provided, and watch the colours magically appear. With clear instruction on the front, this book couldn't be easier for children and adults to use. Each delicate illustration is so intricate that every page conceals a palette of colours waiting to be discovered. A therapeutic and satisfying activity book children will enjoy painting and showing to their friends. Completed paintings can be kept as a keepsake.
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Magical Water Painting Under The Sea

Author : Insight Kids
ISBN : 1647223083
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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A no-mess art activity kids can do again and again at home or on the go! Like magic, underwater scenes come to colorful life when painted with the included water-filled brush! As the water dries, the color disappears and the pages can be painted again and again! Ten scenes of dolphins, jellyfish, octopuses, starfish and more make for mess-free fun in the summer and year-round. Each page also includes search and find challenges that support literacy-building skills.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Magic For Beginners

Author : Kelly Link
ISBN : 9781931520928
Genre : Fiction
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Perfect for readers of George Saunders, Karen Russell, Neil Gaiman, and Aimee Bender, Magic for Beginners is an exquisite, dreamlike dispatch from a virtuoso storyteller who can do seemingly anything. Kelly Link reconstructs modern life through an intoxicating prism, conjuring up unforgettable worlds with humor and humanity. These stories are at once ingenious and deeply moving. They leave the reader astonished and exhilarated. Includes an exclusive conversation between Kelly Link and Joe Hill Praise for Magic for Beginners “A sorceress to be reckoned with.”—The New York Times Book Review “[Kelly] Link’s stories . . . play in a place few writers go, a netherworld between literature and fantasy, Alice Munro and J. K. Rowling, and Link finds truths there that most authors wouldn’t dare touch.”—Lev Grossman, Time “She is unique and should be declared a national treasure.”—Neil Gaiman “Funny, scary, surprising and powerfully moving within the span of a single story or even a single sentence.”—Karen Russell, The Miami Herald “This is what certain readers live for: fiction that makes the world instead of merely mimicking it.”—Audrey Niffenegger “[These] exquisite stories mix the aggravations and epiphanies of everyday life with the stuff that legends, dreams and nightmares are made of.”—Laura Miller, Salon, Best Books of the Decade “A major talent . . . Like George Saunders, [Link] can’t dismiss the hidden things that tap on our windows at night.”—The Boston Globe “The most darkly playful voice in American fiction.”—Michael Chabon “I think she is the most impressive writer of her generation.”—Peter Straub “Link’s world is one to savor. [Grade:] A”—Entertainment Weekly “Intricate, wildly imaginative and totally wonderful . . . will fill you with awe and joy.”—NPR
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The Magic Fishbowl

Author : Robin Nelson
ISBN : 1950323153
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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This whimsical tale with bright, captivating watercolors gently touches on the value of recognizing and overcoming fear, highlights marine conservation, and portrays multicultural friendship. The main characters, two young girls, Loli and Sasha are nervous about taking swimming lessons. A mysterious hummingbird, Colibri takes them on a magical under-the-sea adventure. The girls discover how much fun swimming can be, plus they learn the importance of protecting our oceans. Cleverly woven into the storyline is a beautiful rhyming song about the fascinating sea animals the girls encounter. Music and lyrics of the under-the-sea song plus fun ocean and animal facts are included.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Silens In Attic Black Figure Vase Painting

Author : Guy Michael Hedreen
ISBN : 0472102958
Genre : Social Science
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A welcome examination of some curious creatures and a more curious god
Category: Social Science

Word Music And Word Magic

Author : James A. Smith
ISBN : UOM:49015002535160
Genre : Children
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Good,No Highlights,No Markup,all pages are intact, Slight Shelfwear,may have the corners slightly dented, may have slight color changes/slightly damaged spine.
Category: Children

Coral Empire

Author : Ann Elias
ISBN : 9781478004462
Genre : Photography
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From vividly colored underwater photographs of Australia's Great Barrier Reef to life-size dioramas re-creating coral reefs and the bounty of life they sustained, the work of early twentieth-century explorers and photographers fed the public's fascination with reefs. In the 1920s John Ernest Williamson in the Bahamas and Frank Hurley in Australia produced mass-circulated and often highly staged photographs and films that cast corals as industrious, colonizing creatures, and the undersea as a virgin, unexplored, and fantastical territory. In Coral Empire Ann Elias traces the visual and social history of Williamson and Hurley and how their modern media spectacles yoked the tropics and coral reefs to colonialism, racism, and the human domination of nature. Using the labor and knowledge of indigenous peoples while exoticizing and racializing them as inferior Others, Williamson and Hurley sustained colonial fantasies about people of color and the environment as endless resources to be plundered. As Elias demonstrates, their reckless treatment of the sea prefigured attitudes that caused the environmental crises that the oceans and reefs now face.
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Under Sea S Shadow

Author : Christie Golden
ISBN : 9781426806537
Genre : Fiction
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Secrets hidden in the darkness of the sea... Stolen at birth by her sea-lord father, Copper is returned to her mother, the queen, to experience life on their island home. But something is missing within her, for she is without a soul. Copper is adrift and alone until strangers come with Companion creatures and tell her of her destiny. For Copper is the Sea Dancer, one of five elements incarnate, and the fate of the world depends on the Dancers joining. Yet there are those who would pervert the Dancers' destiny, and an Emperor who will stop at nothing to prevent them from finding one another. As conspiracies unfold, and secrets are pierced, the upwelling of power that Copper controls is put to the test. The uneasy marriage of land and sea is about to break apart. And all hangs on Copper's choice...
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Man Myth Magic Scor Spon

Author : Richard Cavendish
ISBN : NWU:35556025207895
Genre : Mythology
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Category: Mythology

How To Be Like Walt

Author : Pat Williams
ISBN : 9780757394461
Genre : Self-Help
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How to Be Like is a “character biography” series: biographies that also draw out important lessons from the life of their subjects. In this new book—by far the most exhaustive in the series—Pat Williams tackles one of the most influential people in recent history. While many recent biographies of Walt Disney have reveled in the negative, this book takes an honest but positive look at the man behind the myth. For the first time, the book pulls together all the various strands of Disney’s life into one straightforward, easy-to-read tale of imagination, perseverance, and optimism. Far from a preachy or oppressive tome, this book scrapes away the minutiae to capture the true magic of a brilliant maverick. Key Features This is for the millions of Disney fans—those who admire his artistry or his business savvy or the products of his namesake company. The tone and style of the book will capture the imagination of younger readers, especially teens, in the same way as How to Be Like Mike. Support within the Disney world includes the daughter and grandson of Walt Disney; nephew and former vice chairman Roy Disney; and numerous Disney insiders who are already spreading the word.
Category: Self-Help

Last Mysteries Of The World

Author : Reader's Digest (Australia)
ISBN : 1876689420
Genre : Reference
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Explores human efforts to uncover the truth about mysteries of history, nature, science, and religion, encompassing such varied topics as life on Mars, near-death experiences, cult religions, mysticism, and human origins.
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Bookseller

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ISBN : UOM:39015036931155
Genre : Bibliography
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Vols. for 1871-76, 1913-14 include an extra number, The Christmas bookseller, separately paged and not included in the consecutive numbering of the regular series.
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Folk Art And Magic

Author : Alan Carter Covell
ISBN : IND:39000005588335
Genre : Korea
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Category: Korea

The Sea And Nineteenth Century Anglophone Literary Culture

Author : Steve Mentz
ISBN : 9781317016595
Genre : Literary Criticism
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During the nineteenth century, British and American naval supremacy spanned the globe. The importance of transoceanic shipping and trade to the European-based empire and her rapidly expanding former colony ensured that the ocean became increasingly important to popular literary culture in both nations. This collection of ten essays by expert scholars in transatlantic British and American literatures interrogates the diverse meanings the ocean assumed for writers, readers, and thinkers on both sides of the Atlantic during this period of global exploration and colonial consolidation. The book’s introduction offers three critical lenses through which to read nineteenth-century Anglophone maritime literature: "wet globalization," which returns the ocean to our discourses of the global; "salt aesthetics," which considers how the sea influences artistic culture and aesthetic theory; and "blue ecocriticism," which poses an oceanic challenge to the narrowly terrestrial nature of "green" ecological criticism. The essays employ all three of these lenses to demonstrate the importance of the ocean for the changing shapes of nineteenth-century Anglophone culture and literature. Examining texts from Moby-Dick to the coral flower-books of Victorian Australia, and from Wordsworth’s sea-poetry to the Arctic journals of Charles Francis Hall, this book shows how important and how varied in meaning the ocean was to nineteenth-century Anglophone readers. Scholars of nineteenth-century globalization, the history of aesthetics, and the ecological importance of the ocean will find important scholarship in this volume.
Category: Literary Criticism

Catalog Of Copyright Entries

Author : Library of Congress. Copyright Office
ISBN : STANFORD:36105006281245
Genre : Copyright
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Themes In American Painting

Author : J. Gray Sweeney
ISBN : UOM:39015050047359
Genre : Painting, American
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Category: Painting, American