Flicker and his little sister Flame are just two of the many candles that call Candlestick City home. In this dark city the candles are not even aware that they possess the ability to carry light until they meet The Light-giver. Is he as mean as the other candles say he is? Will they melt if they receive his light. In this delightful children's story the young candles discover the benefits of their design and the transforming power of a life filled with light. It is a story that uncovers truths about our Creator and helps us to better understand the incredible image bearers he has designed each one to be. Elementary teachers, home schoolers, children church directors and family members of all ages, will enjoy this allegory as a read-a-loud filled with many life-giving spiritual truths to solidify in the lives of their children.
This comprehensive, region-wide guide will become the one essential book for anyone wishing to explore the remarkably diverse San Francisco Bay shoreline. Walkers, hikers, boaters, cyclists, persons with disabilities--all will welcome the Guide's compact, user-friendly format, full-color maps, and many illustrations. Covering the entire 400-mile Bay Trail, which extends south to San Jose, east to Martinez, and north to Petaluma, the Guide describes over 170 different sites, as well as trails that branch off the Bay Trail and lead inland. Parks, wildlife areas, paths, and piers are all here, along with selected details about natural, cultural, and historic features that reveal the San Francisco Bay Area's rich multicultural heritage. The Guide also highlights the various ecosystems that coexist along this unique urban shoreline. Common plant and animal species are illustrated and described for easy identification. Icons indicate sites suitable for various activities: boating, fishing, biking, hiking, birdwatching, picnicking, and wheelchair riding. A reference section contains public transit information, names of Bay-related organizations, and many useful phone numbers. This section also lists resources of special value to environmental educators at all levels. The California State Coastal Conservancy is a state agency working to enhance, preserve, and restore the California coast, and to provide public access.
Opened in 1960 as the home of the San Francisco Giants, Candlestick Park is among America’s most iconic sports facilities. It is a striking example of modernism and was the first reinforced-concrete stadium. The Giants’ home for 40 years, it played host to two World Series, including in 1989, when it was infamously delayed by the Loma Prieta Earthquake. Renovated to a dual-purpose stadium in 1970, it became home to the San Francisco 49ers. In 1982, “The Catch,” one of the most famous plays in NFL history, heralded the beginning of five Super Bowl Championships. Candlestick Park was also home to the early Oakland Raiders, was visited by Pope John Paul II, and saw the last Beatles concert.
Candlestick charting--the graphic presentation of price and time movements displayed in candlestick format--moves beyond theory into practical strategies for trading equities in both domestic and foreign markets, in this book written by the team who created The Candlestick Forecaster. It offers a thorough introduction to drawing, recognizing, and analyzing candlestick charts, and shows how to make more profitable trading decisions by integrating these charts with the power and precision of Western forecasting tools. 200 charts/tables.