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Eyes of the Wild

Journeys of Transformation with the Animal Powers

Author: Eleanor O'Hanlon

Publisher: John Hunt Publishing


Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 266

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The shamanic understanding of animals as guides to self-knowledge and the soul comes alive in close encounters with some of the most magnificent creatures of the wild.

The Ultimate Wild Boar Photo Book

Looking Through the Eyes of These Largest of the Wild Pigs

Author: Ethan Jones




Page: 46

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Inside this book are photo collection of high-quality beautiful pictures of wild boar. Photographers devoted their body and soul to capture the captivating different faces of these largest of the wild pigs animal. Each photograph is warm and inviting. Includes close-up, and colored photos of this wild boar.

The Eyes of the Woods: A Story of the Ancient Wilderness

Author: Joseph Altsheler

Publisher: Litres


Category: Fiction


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Facing the Wild

Ecotourism, Conservation and Animal Encounters

Author: Chilla Bulbeck

Publisher: Routledge


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 336

View: 703

What do wild animals mean to humans? Will they survive both rampant habitat loss and extinction caused by human encroachment and, as ecotourists, our enthusiasm for them? With ecotourism now the fastest growing segment of tourism, and encounters with wild animals - be it swimming with dolphins, going on safari or bird watching - ever more popular, these are critical questions. Yet until now little has been known about why people crave encounters with wild animals and the meaning for the ecotourism industry, conservation efforts and society at large. Facing the Wild is the first serious empirical examination of why people seek out animals in their natural environment, what the desire for this experience tells us about the meanings of animals, nature, authenticity and wilderness in contemporary industrialized societies, and whether visitors change their environmental perspectives and behaviour, as the custodians of wildlife parks would like them to. The book explores the contradictions and ambivalence that so many people experience in the presence of 'wild nature' - in loving it we may diminish it and in the act of wanting to see it we may destroy it. Ultimately the book makes a case for 'respectful stewardship' of a 'hybrid nature' and provides insight for both practitioners and ecotourists alike.

The Wild is Always There

Canada Through the Eyes of Foreign Writers

Author: Greg Gatenby

Publisher: Vintage Canada


Category: American literature

Page: 490

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"The Wild is Always There was received with acclaim and pleasure on publication. It is the first collection of its kind, an astonishing anthology of writing about Canada by some of the world's most renowned writers, including Charles Dickens, Arthur Conan Doyle, Elizabeth Bishop, William Faulkner, Ernest Hemingway, Mark Twain, Willa Cather, Jules Verne, Graham Greene and many more. This remarkable array of short stories, travel essays, poems, plays, comedy, suspense and adventure spans three centuries of writing. "The Wild is Always There cannot fail to make any reader admire and be amazed by this country.

Vital Forces

The Discovery of the Molecular Basis of Life

Author: Graeme K. Hunter

Publisher: Academic Press


Category: Medical

Page: 364

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Combining science and biography into a seamless chronological narrative, the author of Vital Forces brings to life the successes and failures, collaborations and feuds, and errors and insights that produced the revolution in biology. The story is told in a clear, engaging, and absorbing manner. This delightful work relates the fascinating and staggering advances in concepts and theories over the last 200 years and introduces the major figures of the times. Vividly describes dramatic scientific discoveries, personalities, feuds and rivalries Answers a general readers quest to understand the nature of life, and the relevance of biochemistry/molecular biology to modern medicine, industry and agriculture

Finding Your Way In A Wild New World

Four steps to fulfilling your true calling

Author: Martha Beck

Publisher: Hachette UK


Category: Self-Help

Page: 272

View: 380

Many people wonder how they got where they are and what they should do now. They feel called to help others and change the world but they just don't know how. Too often, they end up stuck in careers and relationships that don't fit. Now, in Finding Your Way In A Wild New World, popular life coach Martha Beck shows readers how to find their true selves and extend healing to everyone and everything around them. She identifies this growing body of people as wayfinders. Drawing on her coaching expertise and her extraordinary experiences in the South African bush, Martha leads her readers through four magical and practical steps to awaken them to a new way of living in the 21st century.

Through the Eyes of the Pack

Author: Lorenzo Currie

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation


Category: Self-Help

Page: 331

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This is the real deal nowI am not trying to persuade anyone or change their minds. I am simply telling the truth! This is... The inside on the forgotten and taboo cultural history and the forgotten art of respect for one another and the inside views and explanations of people of mixed heritages and their life encounters, how other ethnic groups treat one another, and how they think of other groups in society. The ugly truth about man and prejudice as well as how to love and accept other cultures, what to do with your mixed childs hair and skin care products, as well as important people in each of the main cultures of whites, blacks, Asians, Native Americans, and Hispanics. People you never heard of that made great contributions to our present day world, as well as women who, against the odds of man, contributed greatly to our present-day society. Women who were told not to do so, but they did it with determination and courage! Experience the hidden secret of each culture that can only be shared and protected by that culture as a group. A glossary of the meanings of words in the book, as well as every ethnic derogatory word from A to Z.

A new Medical Dictionary ... revised and augmented by T. Bradley

Author: Joseph FOX (M.D.)





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The MCAT Biology Book

Author: Nancy Morvillo

Publisher: Nova Press


Category: Study Aids

Page: 400

View: 485

Comprehensive, Rigorous Prep for MCAT Biology. REVISED FOR MCAT 2015. The MCAT Biology Book provides a comprehensive overview of MCAT biology appropriate for all pre-med students preparing for the MCAT exam. In twenty-one chapters, the basics of biology are described in easy-to-understand text. Illustrations help emphasize relevant topics and clarify difficult concepts. Each chapter concludes with a set of problems modeled after the MCAT exam, with complete explanation of the answers. Also, includes a thorough analysis of the MCAT verbal section. Authors Nancy Morvillo and Matthew Schmidt both obtained their Ph.D. in genetics from the State University of New York at Stony Brook.

The Eye of the Hunter

Author: Dennis L. McKiernan

Publisher: Penguin


Category: Fiction

Page: 592

View: 332

From the bestselling author of the Iron Tower trilogy and The Silver Call duology comes the magnificent epic of Mithgar... A thousand years had passed since the Eye of the Hunter last glared in the heavens. A thousand years since the immortal Elfess Riatha brought word of the prophecy to the Warrows Tomlin and Petal with whom she had leagued to hunt down and defeat Baron Stoke, one of the most evil beings to ever stalk the lands of Mithgar. The price of Stoke’s doom had been a beloved companion’s life, the two plunging, locked in combat, down an icy chasm which had sealed shut the ring of eternity. Now the comet known as the Eye of the Hunter again rode Mithgar’s skies, and the creatures of darkness once again ravaged the lands, heralding the imminent return of their dread mster, Baron Stoke. And now five brave souls must answer the call of prophecy: Riatha and the elf called Aravan; Gwylly and Faeril, last in a long line of Firstborn Warrow descendants of Tomlin and Petal; and one other, one restored to them from Death’s chill grasp.

Through the Eyes of a Champion

The Brandon Burlsworth Story

Author: Jeff Kinley

Publisher: New Leaf Publishing Group


Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 288

View: 590

An inspiring biography of a young man of integrity who achieved many things and excelled at life because of his love for Christ and humanity An excellent book to inspire the athlete in your family Great reading for all ages, but especially teens "We had team. We had unity. We had Brandon Burlsworth. He had a total commitment to be the best?" Houston Nutt, Head Football Coach at University Of Arkansas. Brandon Burlsworth could have been just another statistic of a young man who tragically lost his life in a 1999 car crash, just one of the many who was here and now is gone, only to be remembered by family and close friends. But Brandon Burlsworth is remembered by thousands as a Christian who lived as close to the mark as possible while excelling academically (Academic All-American), (All SEC, All-American guard for the Arkansas Razorbacks, selected in the draft to play for the Indianapolis Colts). Most importantly, Brandon Burlsworth excelled at life. A man of character and integrity, he left indelible marks on the lives of countless friends, acquaintances, and even those who only knew him as a player. This is a biography of an influential young man whose memory will live on through the many people who knew him and loved him.

Eye on the Wild

A Story about Ansel Adams

Author: Julie Dunlap

Publisher: Lerner Publishing Group


Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 64

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Recounts the life and career of nature photographer Ansel Adams, whose work for the Sierra Club helped to increase public interest in wilderness preservation.

The Eyes of the Heart

Author: Albert C. Gaw

Publisher: Xulon Press


Category: Religion

Page: 208

View: 260

How can we obtain creative spiritual energies to meet the challenges in life we all face? The bible has the answer. Using St. Paul's metaphor of the "Eyes of the Heart" in his letter to the Ephesians as a psycho-spiritual approach to the study of spirituality, the author unraveled the spirituality of St. Paul, St. Peter and St. James in the New Testament and that of King Saul, King David and the prophet Jonah in the Old Testament. The study showed how the success and failures of these men were intimately related to how they handled the challenges of the psycho-spiritual themes in their lives. The spirituality of these men further reminds us to pay attention to our own spirituality. They served to emphasize the critical importance of maintaining a continual spiritual relationship with Christ as the path to a powerful, rich and effective Christian spiritual life. Albert C. Gaw, MD, is a board-certified practicing Christian psychiatrist, an author, a clinical professor of psychiatry at UCSF and the Medical Director of Quality Management for San Francisco's Community Behavioral Health Services. He is an advocate of holistic and integrated living and medical healing, and for the integration of culture, spirituality and psychiatry. Dr. Gaw lives in San Francisco with his wife, Tina, a psychotherapist. Their daughter, Julie, is a film producer.

The Call of the Wild - White Fang (illustrated)

Author: Jack London

Publisher: Osmora Incorporated


Category: Fiction

Page: 400

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The Call of the Wild is a novel by Jack London published in 1903. The story is set in the Yukon during the 1890s Klondike Gold Rush—a period when strong sled dogs were in high demand. The novel's central character is a dog named Buck, a domesticated dog living at a ranch in California as the story opens. Stolen from his home and sold into the brutal existence of an Alaskan sled dog, he reverts to atavistic traits. Buck is forced to adjust to, and survive, cruel treatments and fight to dominate other dogs in a harsh climate. Eventually he sheds the veneer of civilization, relying on primordial instincts and lessons he learns, to emerge as a leader in the wild.

The Eyes of the Amaryllis

Author: Natalie Babbitt

Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR)


Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 144

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When the brig Amaryllis was swallowed in a hurricane, the captain and all the crew were swallowed, too. For thirty years the captain's widow, Geneva Reade, has waited, certain that her husband will send her a message from the bottom of the sea. But someone else is waiting, too, and watching her, a man called Seward. Into this haunted situation comes Jenny, the widow's granddaughter. The three of them, Gran, Jenny, and Seward, are drawn into a kind of deadly game with one another and with the sea, a game that only the sea knows how to win. The Eyes of the Amaryllis is a 1977 New York Times Book Review Notable Children's Book of the Year.

The Call of the Wild, White Fang, and Other Stories

Author: Jack London

Publisher: OUP Oxford


Category: Fiction

Page: 400

View: 974

Of all Jack London's fictions none have been so popular as his dog stories. In addition to The Call of the Wild, the epic tale of a Californian dog's adventures during the Klondike gold rush, this edition includes White Fang, and five famous short stories - 'Bâtard', 'Moon-Face', 'Brown Wolf', 'That Spot', and 'To Build a Fire'. ABOUT THE SERIES: For over 100 years Oxford World's Classics has made available the widest range of literature from around the globe. Each affordable volume reflects Oxford's commitment to scholarship, providing the most accurate text plus a wealth of other valuable features, including expert introductions by leading authorities, helpful notes to clarify the text, up-to-date bibliographies for further study, and much more.


Author: Patricia A. Sherrick

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation


Category: Religion

Page: 118

View: 378

There is much more to be had in knowing Christ as our Saviour. Have we given Him all of us; our time, our talents, our days. There is so much more we can do for Him. He wants our lives to be an open book before Him. Do we have an angry thought toward someone? Give it to Jesus- wipe the plate clean and start over.

Eyes of Youth: A Book of Verse by Padraic Colum, Shane Leslie, A.O.

Author: Various

Publisher: Library of Alexandria




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Ww2 Through the Eyes of a Child

A Little Boy’S Untold Story

Author: Patrick J. Cullen

Publisher: AuthorHouse


Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 116

View: 581

This is the true story of a little child called Patrick, who was one of five little brothers that came through, what seemed like a strange world full of bombs dropping, causing big fires and total destruction on a massive scale, every morning I would wake up to see new Wendy houses to play in not realizing someone lived there the day before, and the houses were still burning it was nice and warm, food was so scarce it was rationed so much so we had a plot of land where the family tried to grow our own food, sweets and fruit I did not see until I was 14yrs old, as for toys well you just made your own if you could, what the war failed to do was any damage to Manchester folks wicked sense of humour, thats why to me they will always be the salt of the earth and I should know I am one of them. There is an old saying, you can take the child out of Manchester, but you will never take Manchester out of the child. The best way to give you an understanding about the war is this, if you can imagine that almost every single nation on this planet was involved in the fighting for 6 long years, with the exception of Spain Switzerland & Sweden who were neutral.

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