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Prairie dogs, vultures, grasshoppers, goldfinches, pocket gophers, and bison are some of the many animals that make up a grassland food web. But do you know how the many types of grasses in a grassland benefit these animals? Or how earthworms and other decomposers play an important role in the food web? See grassland food webs in action in this fascinating book.
Being eight, Connor knew a lot. He knew that Mrs. Winters did not like to be interrupted, but he was sure she would appreciate his fact-finding methodsand who wouldn’t want to know more about geckos? He knew he needed the new library book, More All About Dogs,” more than Jane needed to keep sitting on that stooland he only nudged her off so he could reach it. On a day when everything seemed to go wrong, Connor turned out to be the only one who could save the school from a dog-caused Code Yellow!
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With new foods coming out in the market all the time it's hard to know what your dog should be eating or not whether you are a first time puppy/dog owner or have had dogs your whole life. That's where I come in. I'm going to teach you about 81 common and not so common foods that will bring your dog great health and a few that have the potential to send him or her to the vet which is something that every dog owner wants to avoid. The impact on your dog and your wallet can be bigger than you'd expect. If you can't tell me what xylitol is and if you're dog should eat it or not within 3 seconds then you could greatly benefit from this book.
Millions of people will suffer from depression at some stage in their life. When the Black Dog comes to live with them, it also moves in with their loved ones - who may not have the tools to help support the sufferer while looking after their own wellbeing. Living With A Black Dog is Matthew and Ainsley Johnstone's illustrated, must-have guide for the partners, family, friends and colleagues of depression sufferers. It includes practical advice about recognising the symptoms of depression in a loved one, living with a depressed person and helping them to tame their Black Dog. Matthew and Ainsley also provide tips on self-preservation for carers, so they don't come to adopt a Black Dog of their own.A companion book to I Had a Black Dog, Living With A Black Dog is a moving, thoughtful and often amusing guide for people living with someone who suffers from depression.
IN THIS NOSE-TO-TAIL culinary confessional, acclaimed novelist and reluctant gourmet Timothy Taylor makes a three-course meal out of our food-obsessed culture. When and how did we all get so hyped up about eating? What drives our foodie fixations? And is it possible to make an edible meal cribbed entirely from mid-seventies cookbooks? Foodville recounts Taylor's fascination with food critic culture, his recollection of meals miserable and sublime, and his experimentation with cooking at the cutting edge (and in the deepest recesses of the out-of-fashion). Feast your way through dining rooms from Vancouver to Spain with this critical and affectionate portrait of what we really talk about when we talk about food.
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