Africa On Six Wheels

Author: Betty Levitov
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
ISBN: 080320616X
Size: 37.22 MB
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Africa On Six Wheels from the Author: Betty Levitov. "I think I get it," Betty Levitov's youngest student said, sitting on a porch in Harare, Zimbabwe. "You've had a potentially fatal disease, and faced death, and now you'll do just about anything." The student was trying to fathom why a teacher would take thirteen kids from a small midwestern liberal arts college on a three-month trek across Africa.

On Safari

Author: Emma Lynch
Publisher: Raintree Sprouts
ISBN: 9781410908674
Size: 62.70 MB
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On Safari from the Author: Emma Lynch. Pictures and brief captions describe how to mimick the movements of plants and animals found on a safari.

Barrington Bear On Safari

Author: Keith Szafranski
Publisher: Keith Szafranski
ISBN: 0980166217
Size: 78.34 MB
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Barrington Bear On Safari from the Author: Keith Szafranski. Book two in the Travels With Barrington Bear Series. Barrington Bear, a small, stuffed teddy bear, goes on safari in Africa. There he makes a new friend, sees many interesting animals and even learns a bit of the native language. Full of fun and adventure for kids of all ages.

Cross Stitch Collection On Safari

Author: Jane Meyhew
Publisher: David & Charles
ISBN: 9780715317587
Size: 74.15 MB
Format: PDF
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Cross Stitch Collection On Safari from the Author: Jane Meyhew. A collectible series of cross-stitch chart books on cross stitchers? favorite subjects. This series offers high-quality at a value-for-money price for all the most popular stitching themes. This brand-new series of cross-stitch chart books brings together the work of your favorite cross stitch designers. Each title in the series contains 10 pages of charted cross stitch designs on one popular subject. Every chart includes an easy-to-use key, and an inspirational color photograph of each finished piece shows the fantastic results to be achieved. Each chart book also provides handy stitching tips and advice, stitch diagrams, guidance on techniques and materials, and a thread conversion chart to ensure you have all the information required to complete every design featured.

Take Me On Safari

Author: Anthony P. Mauro Sr.
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 9781462818181
Size: 24.48 MB
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Take Me On Safari from the Author: Anthony P. Mauro Sr.. The Two River Times says "... The book ́s vibrant descriptions of his hunting excursions express a true excitement and passion for the sport." Tracker Outdoors calls it "... a wonderfully written and inspiring book about a family on safari in South Africa... This finely crafted writing will surely inspire families, hunters and nature lovers to explore the African bush." African Hunter magazine proclaims " ...this is a good story... a story worth reading. A First World family ́s initiation into the African bush, and their appreciation of not only the wildlife, but the (country ́s) unique culture." “Take Me On Safari: A Family Affair” is a compelling and one-of-a-kind chronicle of a husband, wife, their teenage son, young daughter, and “grandmom” on safari in rural South Africa. This is the unforgettable memoir of the Mauro family, swept from their daily routines in suburbia U.S.A. and dropped into the center of adventure, drama and suspense in a remote corner of the Dark Continent. The experience strengthened family bonds, exposed them to the wonders of an ancient land and laid witness the timeless rituals of wildlife. This uniquely written account also includes the unedited thoughts of family members as taken from their diaries. The book is more than an sequential accounting of a family’s journeys in the Northern Province of South Africa. It is living testimony that a safari can be a catalyst that strengthens family bonds and supports wholesome values. According to the author “a safari is something much less than an arena for machismo but rather a voyage for the soul”. He continues, “... because of a need to share this truth I just thought writing a book was the best way to get the message out”. Those that have enlisted the event know that a safari brings modern man within proximity to reasonably glimpse the life of primitive man. It is a way to transport oneself as far as possible from the information driven and over-regulated new age in which we live to the stark, uninhibited and impulsive ways of ever-present wildlife. It can move us from a reality defined by the pillars of logic to a place where instinct governs survival and has done so since the dawn of time. The book gives numerous examples of the safari testing the mettle of one’s character. It lays bare thoughts and emotions ranging from fatigue, boredom, disappointment, fear and sadness to understanding, euphoria, pride, awe, excitement and surprise – all of which were called upon randomly and at a moments notice. Also highlighted is the family’s respect, appreciation and concern for wildlife and their desire for it to be available for future generations. The book demonstrates that a safari is more than an education about the wilderness. As described by Mr. Mauro, “In a way a safari is a religious experience and it can be as simple as living a humble life of faith or as complex to comprehend as all that is holy”. He continues, “It would give me great pleasure if my modest attempt at writing would inspire families, hunters, and observers to visit Africa and to take an interest in its future. In my opinion the continent is an archaeological testimony to the ways of time immemorial and an important display of the intricate patterns and interdependencies of our world’s ecology”. Although it is not a “how to” book “Take Me on Safari” can be a resource for anyone looking to take his or her family on safari – or even go it alone for that matter.

Murders On Safari

Author: lowell Douglas
ISBN: 1413487874
Size: 42.36 MB
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Murders On Safari from the Author: lowell Douglas. A story of four unhappy young wives that were virtually held as rich American slaves by their much older rich and powerful husbands. Independently, these unhappy wives were approached and sold an answer to their unfortunate dilemma - a African hunting safari that would pit their husbands against a foe that each could not handle. In each case, the result would be an undetectable murder. Four perfect crimes until a bimbo girlfriend of one of the deceased figured it all out and devised a plan that made the four young widows her accomplices to extract her revenge. Who were the real winners? Before his untimely death, Peter Hathaway Capstick was the greatest writer of African safari life with numerous best sellers. Peter was glad to assist the author as a contributing editor in finalizing the Murders on Safari manuscript. The story depicts promises of hope for desperate young wives trapped in rich surroundings that choke their real live desires. But consequences raise their ugly heads. Feel the backstage life of real hunting safaris with their glamour and their danger, and experience first hand the incredible charge of wounded lions, elephant, and Cape buffalo. Could planned safari murders like these really have happened? - You bet!

On Safari In Africa

Author: Patrick Brakspear
Publisher: On Safari in Africa
ISBN: 0980504805
Size: 40.46 MB
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On Safari In Africa from the Author: Patrick Brakspear.

On Safari

Author: Tessa Paul
Publisher: New York ; Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ont. : Crabtree Publishing
ISBN: 9780865055896
Size: 38.53 MB
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On Safari from the Author: Tessa Paul. Introduces the physical characteristics, behavior, and tracks of such African animals as the elephant, giraffe, and crocodile.

Going On Safari

Author: Joanne Young
Publisher: Learning Media Ltd
ISBN: 9780478277685
Size: 31.45 MB
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Going On Safari from the Author: Joanne Young. Devina and Joanne describe the wild animals they see at the Masai Mara National Park. Suggested level: primary.

Sands Of Silence

Author: Peter Hathaway Capstick
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 1466803991
Size: 22.45 MB
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Sands Of Silence from the Author: Peter Hathaway Capstick. From the successor to Ruark and Hemingway comes the most lavishly illustrated, historically important safari ever captured in print. Peter Hathaway Capstick journeyed on safari through Namibia in the African spring of 1989. This was a nation on the eve on independence, a land scorched by sun, by years of bitter war. In these perilous circumstances, Peter Capstick commences what is surely the most thrilling safari of his stories career. He takes the reader to the stark landscape that makes up the Bushmen's tribal territories. There, facing all kinds of risks, members of the chase pursue their quarry in a land of legend and myth. the result is an exciting big-game adventure whose underlying themes relate directly to the international headlines of today. In this first person adventure, Capstick spins riveting tales from his travels and reports on the Bushmen's culture, their political persecution, and the Stone Age life of Africa's original hunter-gatherers. In addition, the author explains the economic benefits of the sportsman's presence, and how ethical hunting is a tool for game protection and management on the continent. Not since Peter Capstick's Africa has the author taken the reader along on safari. In this superbly illustrated book, Capstick returns to the veld with an ace video cameraman and leading African wildlife photographer Dr. M. Philip Kahl. one hundred of Dr. Kahl's striking color photos capture perfectly life and death in the "land of thirst."