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A moving and spectacular tale of love, jealousy, and exotic travel, centering on three significant figures in the Surrealist movementTravel and exploration fascinated the Surrealists, who crossed continents marveling at their diversity. This riveting book retraces one of their most important and exciting voyages, made on the eve of the birth of Surrealism in Read more. After purchasing a rare book at an estate sale, thirty-three year Chicago trader Brad Mason finds something rather remarkable within its pages: a hidden reference to a lost treasure from a Spanish galleon sunk off the southwestern coast of Florida in Three of his best friends, Max, George, and Lou, convince Brad to seize the opportunity to have a little adventure, and after making the necessary arrangements, the four travel to Florida.
A rickety old boat, scuba diving equipment, and How to become an Undercover Pirate Remember - you're undercover! When Sam Silver and the crew of the Sea Wolf board a galleon looking for Spanish gold, they find it's already been stolen - by a ghost ship! Can our pirate heroes outwit a ghostly crew or is the treasure gone for ever? With this long-forgotten masterwork, Timlin, an obscure South African architect, brought forth a magical intertwining of Burroughs and Tolkien. With 48 pages of calligraphic text and 48 color plates, it is a work of stunning design, illustration, calligraphy, and overall conception.
Expert skills are now accessible to all ship modelers in this book by Mike Ashey. You'll find hundreds of step by step photos to guide you from basic assembly techniques to painting and weathering, detailing, masking and display. The book features a color gallery of finished models for reference and inspiration. HMS Warrior, launched in , was the first iron-hulled, sea-going armoured ship, and for many years was the most powerful warship in the world. Rescued a century later from her role as a refuelling hulk, she became the object of the most ambitious ship restoration project ever mounted and is now afloat and open to visitors at Portsmouth.
As is the case for many historic ships, however, there is a surprising shortage of informative and well illustrated guides, for reference during a visit This richly illustrated book is destined to become the reference book on ships of the Antarctic. Surrounded by some of the most hazardous seas, Antarctica was first sighted less than three centuries ago. Since then, hundreds of ships have voyaged in Antarctic waters, challenged by poorly-charted waters, storms, pack ice, icebergs, and disease.
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Carolrhoda Lab casts a wide net with Catch and Release by Blythe Woolston, about two young people who share their fondness for trout fishing as they cope with fallout from a serious outbreak of illness in their town; Drowning Instinct by Ilsa J. Bick, a novel exploring the problems surrounding the relationship between a damaged teen girl and a troubled older man; No Crystal Stair by Vaunda MicheauxNelson, illus. Service, illus. Nelson novel about a virus that has killed everyone on Earth older than age Cleary, a word-usage book. LB Kids has its arms open wide with Hugs and Kisses by Rachael Hale, a board book featuring photos of animals sharing hugs and kisses; Hug Time by Patrick McDonnell, a board book edition of the picture book; Kaleidoscope by Salina Yoon, a novelty title that is part book and part kaleidoscope; Riding in My Car by Woody Guthrie, illus.
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