Preliminary Bibliography of the Geology of Ross Dependency
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Describes the life cycle of an animal from birth to reproduction and finally the end of life
The Girl Who Played With Fire
Lisbeth Salander is a wanted woman. Two Millennium journalists about to expose the truth about sex trafficking in Sweden are murdered, and Salander's prints are on the weapon. Her history of unpredictable and vengeful behaviour makes her an official danger to society - but no-one can find her. Mikael Blomkvist, editor-in-chief of Millennium, does not believe the police. Using all his magazine staff and resources to prove Salander's innocence, Blomkvist also uncovers her terrible past, spent in criminally corrupt institutions. Yet Salander is more avenging angel than helpless victim. She may be an expert at staying out of sight - but she has ways of tracking down her most elusive enemies.
101 comptines mimer et jouer
Jeux de doigts, berceuses, rondes ou mini-pièces de théâtre, voici 101 comptines en gestes et en images pour savourer le plaisir de jouer et de faire travailler son imagination.
The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet s Nest
Salander & Blomkvist harus bekerja sama memadukan keahlian mereka, hacking dan investigasi, untuk mengungkap konspirasi dalam pemerintahan Swedia. [Mizan, Qanita, Terjemahan, Klasik, Indonesia]
Bug Muldoon and the Garden of Fear
The original 'Bug Muldoon' book, about a beetle detective told in a Raymond Chandler-type narrative. There's weird stuff going on in the garden and Bug has to get to the bottom of it. It started off as a run-of-the-mill missing insect case, but now the ants are acting strange and the Wasp Queen is threatening to kill him. Just what is going on...
Rolie Polie Olie
Way up high in the Rolie Polie Sky is a little round planet of a really swell guy… Follow along as Olie and Zowie Polie go on fantastical adventures in this classic picture book-turned-beloved-TV-show from the brilliant mind that brought you The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore. Rolie Polie Olie lives on a fantastical planet of blue skies and friendly robots, where every day is a surprise and literally everything comes to life. Reminiscent of the happy cartoon shorts of the 1930s, the whole mechanical Rolie Polie family Ping-Pongs around their smiley teapot house, playing and having fun from morning to noon to night. In Rolie Polie Olie land, it’s one for all and all for one, little sister Zowie worships her big brother, and ever-loyal Spot is a pal to the end of time. And when things go wrong and all seems lost, a rumba dance can make everything okey dokey once again.
Aya of Yop City
For the residents of Yopougon, everyday life is good. It is the early 1970s, a golden time - work is plentiful, hospitals are clean and well equipped, and school is obligatory. The Ivory Coast is as an island of relative wealth and stability in West Africa. For the teenagers of the town, though, worries are plentiful, and life in Yop City is far from simple. Aya tells the story of its nineteen-year-old heroine, the clear-sighted and bookish Aya, and her carefree and fun-loving friends Adjoua and Bintou. Navigating meddling relatives and neighbours, the girls spend a last summer of their childhood on the sun-warmed streets of Yop City - sneaking out for dancing at open-air bars, strong solibra beer, chicken in peanut sauce and avoiding at all costs the scandal pages of the Calamity Morning.... Aya is a captivating, colourful and hugely entertaining portrayal of an Africa we rarely see, spirited and resilient, and full of the sounds, sights and smells of a prosperous town and its varied inhabitants.
The Hartlepool Monkey
1814, off the Durham coast, near the village of Hartlepool, a war-ship in the Napoleonic fleet founders during a storm and sinks. At day-break, fishermen discover a survivor: a monkey dressed in full military regalia, the mascot. The good people of Hartlepool despise all Frenchmen, though they have never seen one in the flesh. Nor have they ever see a monkey. But this brutish, bestial castaway tallies with the impression they have of the enemy, and the ape is court-martialled. Inspired by this famous legend, this is a tragi-comic fable of war and jingoism.