Adults need picture books, too! A stunning, full-color debut gift book from renowned artist Amber Fossey (@zeppelinmoon), whose whimsical illustrations and clever witticisms reveal the universal struggle and happy magic of being a perfectly imperfect human being. Do you hear the beasts scratching at the door? They’ve been sleeping too long, and now they’re getting feisty. Through a mash-up of poetry, comic fiction and watercolor illustrations, this beautiful picture book for adults weaves a narrative of how we can all become wild and free again. Looking at life through the eyes of Sloth, Bear, Koala, and even Blob Fish, these animals tell the stories of the raw beauty of life on our planet, encouraging us to let go of fear, stick our fingers/paws up at societal pressure, and love ourselves and one another with abandon.
We all have spirit guides. Get to know yours. Guardians and angels, goddesses, animals and totems and elemental spirits - discover who your guides are and how they can power you through every day life. Spot the signs to look for to know they are present and find out how to call on them. Tune in to their wisdom and understand who you are so you can fulfil your goals - and true potential.
Many people crave what might be called a safe adventure. They would love to be immersed in the wild, yet at the same time know they can drive home at the end of the day. Wild and Free provides a selection of destinations in Britain where people can become immersed in the wild. All the sites will be located within a couple of hours' drive from a fairsized town or city, so they will be accessible and not completely remote. Most of the sites won't have facilities, so the idea is to take a picnic or visit an AA-recommended pub for lunch. This isn't a walking guide, so the intention is to be quickly immersed in the countryside without a long hike. This book also aims to guide people towards wildlife experiences. The sites are therefore chosen not just for their solitude, but also for their abundance of wild mammals, birds, insects and flowers.
TV survival shows and survival schools are more popular than ever; Paleo diets are proving to be more than just a passing trend; and free-range parenting is gaining steady momentum. So in an age when living in a modern society often equates to comfort and ease, why is it that we are so interested in these primal aspects of being human when they are no longer really necessary? Why are we still so fascinated with making fire or stone tools in this social media-driven digital age? Why are we urging our children to run back out into the wild? The answer to all of these questions—to why we seek out the natural world—stares us in the mirror every day: We long to fulfill our natural destiny as upright-walking hunter-gatherer-nomads. It’s who we are. Primal explores the natural human desire—the primal desire—to fulfill our original design. From the telling of anecdotes and stories from author Nate Summer’s twenty years as a survival specialist to conversations with world-renown survival and human nature specialists to digging into the rewilding and free-range parenting trends, Nate explores how humans have—and continue to—pursue “survival” situations to fulfill their deep, soulful longings.
Homework Book Notepad Notebook Composition and Journal DiaryPaperback notebook 6.0" x 9.0" with college ruled lines on each page. Approximately 100 pages in all. Great to have with you when you need to make those little notes at short notice. Would make a great Christmas or birthday gift for a friend or a family member.
"This daft study report evaluates the eligibility, classification, and suitability of the upper Klamath River in southern Oregon and northern California for designation as a component of the National Wild & Scenic Rivers system, established in 1968 by the Wield & Scenic Rivers Act"--Page i.
Want to save cash, your child's imagination and possibly even the planet? This is the book you need. Packed with great photos of real families in the outdoors, Born to Be Wild contains easy-to-follow instructions for activities that require nothing more sophisticated than a small person's imagination and access to a little outdoor space. Nature lays on magical materials for free each season, from fallen leaves and twigs, moulted feathers, sand and shells, to mud, puddles and rain. Everything else you'll need for these activities is already hiding in your cupboards at home. No expensive art supplies of outward-bound kit required. All you need are the toolkit items at the front of the book - ordinary household essentials like scraps of paper, string, glue, recycled food containers and an empty jar or two. Along the way Hattie talks to families, organisations and communities who have rebuilt their relationships with nature with extreme or inspiring results, and she introduces scientists, psychologists and other experts who explain why, as modern families, we should revive our waning relationships with nature, whatever age or stage we're at.
Being an Accurate Description of the Sioux City Land District : a General View of Iowa, Her Resources and Advantages : with Reliable Information Relative to the Vacant Lands for All who are Seeking Homes in the West, and Full Directions for Obtaining Homesteads and Pre-emptions
Ingersoll's Lecture on the Gods Dissected, Its Charges a Combine of Misconception and Reckless Assertion; Biblical Religion the Exact Counterpart Demanded by the Mental, Moral, Social, and Physical Nature of Man; Man for God, and God for Man
Author: Manchester Public Libraries (Manchester, England)
"The Catalogue ... has been prepared with a view to accomplish two objects. One, to offer an inventory of all the books on the shelves of the Reference Department of the Manchester Free Library: the other, to supply ... a ready Key both to the subjects of the books, and to the names of the authors." - v. 1, the compiler to the reader.
120 Page Journal for Women to Create, Set Goals, a Place for Thoughts Or Maybe Even Homework!
Author: Ruby Da Vinci
Every Girl Needs a Journal!120 lined journal for Creative Thoughts and Dreams and Goals.In a world of technology it is healthy and absolutely lovely to pick up a pen (yes pen) and write. It is therapuetic and enables the creativity and thoughts fo flow.Of course these pretty journals can also be a great place for making the more mundane tasks a little cuter - with to do notes or homework scheduling. It can be a place for essay ideas or recipes, letters to one self or somewhere to doodle. Journaling so simple but so MIGHTY! 7X10 Perfect Size