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A Grand Murder , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 309min
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When a prominent local businessman and friend of the chief of police is murdered on the front steps of his posh Grand Avenue Hill home, Catherine O'Brien a pithy, vertically challenged, St. Paul, Minnesota, homicide detective with a monstrous coffee habit and her partner Louise are given two days to find his killer. They soon discover their victim had a list of people with motives to murder him, including his fashion designer ex-wife, his mistress's husband, and the chief of police. The only evidence they have to go on is a missing cell phone, a stolen book, the victim's letter opener, and an ugly pair of Alpaca wool mittens. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Justine Huxley. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/000604/bk_acx0_000604_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Stand: 23.02.2020
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Red Mittens: A Novel , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 458min
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Inspired by a blaze at a New England college in the late '70s, Jeanine Love Rooney's debut novel Red Mittens is the story of Margo and Gina, two roommates whose spirits are bound to one another and to Earth, unable to ascend to the afterlife until they are able to move past the world and the people they were taken from too early.Stranded in the Halfway Region, a purgatory between heaven and earth, Gina and Margo must come to terms with their earthly lives cut too short. Like all teenagers, they need to explore the different parts of their personalities and reconcile them to move on to their next stage.The author captures the angst of the struggle of coming to terms with loyalty, identity, friendship, and redemption. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Timothy Burke. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/165126/bk_acx0_165126_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Christmas Beyond the Box , Hörbuch, Digital, 1,...
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The holidays mean many things to many people. Christmas Beyond the Box takes that notion a great deal farther, and provides some truly unconventional looks at the season from several unusual perspectives. Suitable for all but the very young, there's sure to be a tale worth retelling in this collection for many Christmases to come. Though the stories in the collection take place during the holidays, don't assume they won't generate smiles at any time of the year. Beginning with a race of holiday sprites who can't stand the limelight and ending with an eccentric billionaire who only sees his family the day after Christmas, this collection provides enough laughs, sighs, and insights to satisfy the most discriminating tastes. If you're looking for something different - something that isn't just another Frosty Saves Christmas or Nelda Knits Mittens for Kittens - this is the collection for you. Don't miss it! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Paul Licameli. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/005947/bk_acx0_005947_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Woolly Mammoths: The History and Legacy of the ...
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It was a frosty, wintry September morning in 2012 when 11-year-old Yevgeny “Zhenya” Salinder donned his warmest quilted jacket, a knitted woolen cap, and matching mittens and headed out the door with his faithful, tail-wagging dogs in tow. Like most mornings, the kid ambled about near the Sopkarga polar weather station, an isolated region in the northern Russian Taymyr Peninsula where he resided, but this particular morning, his pace was slowed by a foul, almost eye-watering stench. Intrigued, Salinder and the dogs sniffed out the source of the strange miasma, and in the process, they stumbled upon a defrosted pair of heels from an unknown creature protruding from the cold earth.When young Salinder relayed what he had found to his parents, they alerted the authorities, but initially, nobody had the slightest notion how profound the discovery was. The heels, as it turned out, were attached to the carcass of a 16-year-old woolly mammoth that perished some 30,000 years ago, almost completely intact. The mammoth, initially nicknamed “Zhenya” after its discoverer, was said to be the most significant discovery of a mammoth since 1901, and it is the second-best preserved of its kind that has ever been uncovered. Not only was its skeleton in near-pristine condition, it also bore one of its tusks, a mass of skin, fat, meat, an eye, an ear, and many of its organs. It was this stunning find that allowed scientists to confirm the purpose of the “humps” found on the backs of these creatures, which were extra compartments of insulatory fat.By the time Zhenya made the discovery, people had been quite familiar with the extinct giants for many years, and people across the world have seen models and depictions of them to go along with the fossils. Since Georges Cuvier recognized the specimens as an extinct elephant species near the end of the 18th century, various finds of mammoth fossils, particularly in places where they were well preser 1. Language: English. Narrator: Daniel Houle. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/179517/bk_acx0_179517_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Trapping 101 (eBook, ePUB)
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Tips, tactics, and techniques for all skill levels. The ancient art of trapping goes back centuries, almost to the beginning of civilization. Native Americans used the pit trap, deadfalls, and snares, the Chinese documented the use of nets and pits in the fourth century BCE, and virtually every civilization can exhibit some example of the use of a trap in one form or another to procure meat, hides, or fur. The fur trade across Europe was dominated by the Russians, which provided furs to the greater part of Western Europe and Asia during the Middle Ages, which prompted the exploration of Siberia and its game rich forests. In North America, trapping was one of the primary reasons why settlers pushed West, taking advantage of the bountiful game across the continent. Fur was used not only for coats, hats, and mittens, it was used as a form of barter. The taking of a fur-bearing animal was and is a big accomplishment, as fooling a crafty animal on its home territory is no easy feat. In Trapping 101, veteran trapper Phil Massaro reveals all the secrets of the trade, from knowing where to set traps, to understanding and using various types of traps, to properly using scents. Tips and tactics for taking beavers, muskrats, weasels, raccoons, skunks, otters, and more are all covered. While there is a wealth of information in here for beginners, information that will help them pick up trapping with relative ease, there are many subtle tips and tricks that even a veteran trapper will appreciate. Times have, of course, changed since the days of the voyageurs and rendezvouses. There are many more people in this modern world, many more dwellings, many more towns and cities. But there is a place for trapping in all this, just as there are places for hunting and fishing. A knowledgeable trapper, following game rules and respecting the animals he is trying to trap, fits right into the grand scheme of Mother Nature existing in harmony with humankind. This book will help you achieve that.

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 23.02.2020
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Trapping 101 (eBook, ePUB)
12,47 € *
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Tips, tactics, and techniques for all skill levels. The ancient art of trapping goes back centuries, almost to the beginning of civilization. Native Americans used the pit trap, deadfalls, and snares, the Chinese documented the use of nets and pits in the fourth century BCE, and virtually every civilization can exhibit some example of the use of a trap in one form or another to procure meat, hides, or fur. The fur trade across Europe was dominated by the Russians, which provided furs to the greater part of Western Europe and Asia during the Middle Ages, which prompted the exploration of Siberia and its game rich forests. In North America, trapping was one of the primary reasons why settlers pushed West, taking advantage of the bountiful game across the continent. Fur was used not only for coats, hats, and mittens, it was used as a form of barter. The taking of a fur-bearing animal was and is a big accomplishment, as fooling a crafty animal on its home territory is no easy feat. In Trapping 101, veteran trapper Phil Massaro reveals all the secrets of the trade, from knowing where to set traps, to understanding and using various types of traps, to properly using scents. Tips and tactics for taking beavers, muskrats, weasels, raccoons, skunks, otters, and more are all covered. While there is a wealth of information in here for beginners, information that will help them pick up trapping with relative ease, there are many subtle tips and tricks that even a veteran trapper will appreciate. Times have, of course, changed since the days of the voyageurs and rendezvouses. There are many more people in this modern world, many more dwellings, many more towns and cities. But there is a place for trapping in all this, just as there are places for hunting and fishing. A knowledgeable trapper, following game rules and respecting the animals he is trying to trap, fits right into the grand scheme of Mother Nature existing in harmony with humankind. This book will help you achieve that.

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 23.02.2020
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America's First Whaling Industry and the Whaler...
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American whaling began in Delaware Bay not in Cape Cod, as is commonly believed. The whale fishery began as a Dutch whaling colony at Lewes, Delaware in 1631. Whaling on the north shore of the bay began at Cape May by whalers from Long Island in the 1680s and 1690s. Whaling proved to be a valuable asset to the colonial economy of West Jersey, the whaling trade built elite family dynasties on the Jersey Cape that lasted for generations. As these families prospered, through the sale of whale oil, blubber and baleen to Philadelphia and beyond, they succeeded, unlike their fellow colonists in Southern slave societies, in producing a vibrant, diverse economy. They engaged in everything from oyster to sturgeon fishing, cedar mining to cattle raising, shipbuilding to knitting mittens. Not only did the whaler yeomen flourish, many were able to increase their land holdings, establish plantations, purchase slaves and endow their families with great wealth. Most importantly, the people of Cape May participated fully in the colonial economy, trading with merchants not only in Philadelphia, but throughout the mid-Atlantic and southern colonies, New England, the West Indies and Europe.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 23.02.2020
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A Smile A Day Keeps The Sniffles Away
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Basmah is a little girl with a big heart. One cold and gloomy day, Basmah worried many people would be sad and cold. With the help of her mama, they make smile mittens to share. They journey around the world spreading smiles and joy. Come along on their journey and help spread smiles even on cold, gloomy days.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 23.02.2020
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Mostly Mittens
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Developed by Russia's Komi people, these patterns were originally passed down visually from knit pieces, so they're easy to understand and knit. They only look complex! This updated version of Charlene Schurch's previous collection includes her original designs plus new versions of several mittens. Mittens are knit in the round and include a thumb gore for excellent fit Collection features patterns for 35 pairs of mittens plus four traditional hats Projects use stranded color work and include easy-to-follow color-coded charts

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 23.02.2020
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