Boris Vallejo and Julie Bell's Fantasy Wall Calendar: The bestselling calendar that fantasy devotees eagerly anticipate, with 13 all-new paintings from the husband-and-wife team of Boris Vallejo, Americaï ½ï ½s premier fantasy artist, and Julie Bell, international awardï ½ï ½winning fantasy and wildlife artist. Allow yourself to fall headfirst into an extraordinary, imaginative world where a haloed Bride of Night confronts a reptilian beast; a nymph and a leopard commune in the mountains; and a warrior queen rides sword-first into combat.
Book 3 of the Banna and Bree series. Banna and Bree, brave wildlife warriors, are blown to a rainforest reserve in Borneo. As a fire rages through the rainforest habitat in Borneo, Banna and Bree's friend Remi, a baby orangutan, is lost and alone, unable
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In retaliation for settling on their land, Shawnee warriors kidnap two white girls. Presents historical notes on eighteenth-century Kentucky territory, including settlements, Native American life, Daniel Boone, and wildlife.
More than 30 years after the Academy Award(R)-winning triumph "Born Free" moved millions, "To Walk With Lions" brings you the dramatic continuation of George Adamson's fight to save Kenya's wildlife. Together with his young assistant Tony Fitzjohn, Adamson battles to keep the animals on his game reserve "Kora" from dangerous poachers and deadly "shifta" warriors who are determined to destroy rhinos and elephants for their tusks, and lions for their rich pelts.
Featuring the voice of Bindi Irwin, Wildlife Warrior from Australia ZooIncludes 60 beautiful full-color slide images and over 100 facts and quiz questions about animals, plants, and everyday household itemsDouble eyepiece for easy viewing; no need to close one eye;Built-in image slide storage for easy cleanupRequires 3 AAA batteries (not included)Multilingual audioâ speaks in English, Spanish, French, and German!
In this fascinating follow-up to his New York Times bestseller Wilderness Warrior, acclaimed historian Douglas Brinkley offers a riveting, expansive look at the past and present battle to preserve Alaska's wilderness. Brinkley explores the colorful diversity of Alaska's wildlife, arrays the forces that have wreaked havoc on its primeval arctic refuge-from Klondike Gold Rush prospectors to environmental disasters like the Exxon-Valdez oil spill-and documents environmental heroes from Theodore Roosevelt to Dwight Eisenhower and beyond.