2 edition of Strange wonders of the sea. found in the catalog.
Strange wonders of the sea.
|Statement||Translated, and adapted from Beautʹes du fond des mers, by H. Gwynne Vevers.|
|LC Classifications||QH91 .F613|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||102|
|LC Control Number||57014020|
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Garden City, New York, Hanover House, [©]. In this beguiling book, Edward Posnett journeys to some of the most far-flung locales on the planet to bring us seven wonders of the natural world--eiderdown, vicuña fiber, sea silk, vegetable ivory, civet coffee, guano, and edible birds' nests--that promise ways of using nature without damaging it/5(10).
The Stranger from the Sea (book 8 of the Poldark saga) begins ten years after book 7, The Angry Tide, ended. Life has continued for our familiar inhabitants of Cornwall. Children have grown and more children have been born and the author cleverly catches us up on all the occurences by a chance reunion and conversation in Portugal on the eve of /5.
From the creator of the hugely popular @StrangeAnimals on Twitter comes A Book of Rather Strange Animals - a collection of one hundred remarkable animal specimens from around the world. With fascinating descriptions of nasty feeding habits, bizarre mating rituals and shocking defence mechanisms, you will marvel at both the splendour and gruesomeness of nature/5(13).
I find it strange that Rachel Carson is best known for Silent Spring. "To stand at the edge of the sea, to Strange wonders of the sea. book the ebb and flow of the tides, to feel the breath of a mist moving over a great salt marsh, to watch the flight of shore birds that have swept up and down the surf lines of the continents for untold thousands of years, to see the running of the old eels and the young shad to the sea.
Strange Harvests: The Hidden Histories of Seven Natural Objects by Edward Posnett is a very highly recommended, fascinating look at seven uncommon natural products. In a synthesis of travel writing, history, interviews, and nature writing, Strange Harvests is a captivating, engaging, and thought-provoking adventure/5.
This book will reveal the artistic side you may not know you have, and allow you to forget your worries and unwind as you enter this wonderful and intricate world.
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Natural objects have fascinated, nourished, clothed and even healed people since the dawn of humanity. But as nature writer Edward Posnett points out in his debut, Strange Harvests, some of these extraordinary items are more enthralling than others.
In this unique curio cabinet of a book, Posnett discusses seven little-known natural wonders: eiderdown, edible bird’s nests, civet coffee, sea. Strange things will happen to the sun, moon, and stars. The nations on earth will be afraid of the roaring sea and tides, and they won't know what to do.
Good News Translation "There will be strange things happening to the sun, the moon, and the stars. On earth whole countries will be in despair, afraid of the roar of the sea and the raging tides.
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Secrets of the Sea. by Nicholas Shakespeare. pp, Harvill Secker, £ It is said that Tasmania is the furthest place a European can travel - if Author: Alfred Hickling. His sea bishop appeared in a book about the clothing styles of locals and foreigners. The book wasn't really about fashion; it was a substitute for travel to faraway places — understandable considering travel experiences in the 16th century ranged from unpleasant to deadly.
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