Minrs 2

Author: Kevin Sylvester
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 148144042X
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Minrs 2 from the Author: Kevin Sylvester. Dive right back into the action on Perses in this thrilling sequel to the gritty, space adventure, MiNRS, which School Library Journal called “a solid survival story.” They are coming to get you. Hide. Hide. Hide. The children of Perses have been receiving this message on repeat, from Earth, for weeks. Christopher, Elena, and the other survivors of the attack on their space colony know two things: their victory over the Landers will be short-lived and a new wave of attacks is imminent. New Landers arrive sooner than expected. Led by the ruthless Kirk Thatcher, and armed with a new lethal kind of digger, they vow to hunt down and destroy everyone. The kids have nowhere to go but underground. Again. But resources and patience are running low and the struggle to keep everyone safe is complicated by all the infighting amongst the kids. As Christopher navigates the burden of leadership, he also has to decide whom he can trust. There are no easy answers. And with deadly consequences on the line, there is no room for mistakes. Will Christopher be able to successfully lead the group back to Earth? Or will Thatcher make sure no one survives?

The Complete Idiot S Guide To Indigo Children

Author: Carolyn Flynn
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1440626197
Size: 45.17 MB
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The Complete Idiot S Guide To Indigo Children from the Author: Carolyn Flynn. Forget the Age of Aquarius and hang on tight! The term 'Indigo Children' entered the lexicon in 1982 when psychic and author Nancy Ann Tappe talked about the coming Indigo Age in her book, Understanding Your Life Through Color. In this guide, the authors explain why Indigo Children require lots of attention: they tend to think holistically and intuitively, and they process emotions differently. Parenting these high-level children is a challenge, and their years in school may be challenging. ?Articles about the Indigo phenomenon have appeared in newspapers throughout the U.S. and as far away as Russia over the last few years, including one in the New York Times ?Author Wendy H. Chapman is considered one of the foremost experts on Indigo

The Political Economy Of Indigo In India 1580 1930

Author: Ghulam A. Nadri
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 9004311556
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The Political Economy Of Indigo In India 1580 1930 from the Author: Ghulam A. Nadri. In The Political Economy of Indigo in India, 1580-1930: A Global Perspective Ghulam A. Nadri explores the dynamics of the indigo industry and trade in India from a long-term perspectives and in a global context.

Mac Life

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Mac Life from the Author: . MacLife is the ultimate magazine about all things Apple. It’s authoritative, ahead of the curve and endlessly entertaining. MacLife provides unique content that helps readers use their Macs, iPhones, iPods, and their related hardware and software in every facet of their personal and professional lives.

Indigo Plantations And Science In Colonial India

Author: Prakash Kumar
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1139576968
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Indigo Plantations And Science In Colonial India from the Author: Prakash Kumar. Prakash Kumar documents the history of agricultural indigo, exploring the effects of nineteenth-century globalisation on this colonial industry. Charting the indigo culture from the early modern period to the twentieth century, Kumar discusses how knowledge of indigo culture thrived among peasant traditions on the Indian subcontinent in the early modern period and was then developed by Caribbean planters and French naturalists who codified this knowledge into widely disseminated texts. European planters who settled in Bengal with the establishment of British rule in the late eighteenth century drew on this information. From the nineteenth century, indigo culture became more modern, science-based and expert driven, and with the advent of a cheaper, purer synthetic indigo in 1897, indigo science crossed paths with the colonial state's effort to develop a science for agricultural development. Only at the end of the First World War, when the industrial use of synthetic indigo for textile dyeing and printing became almost universal, did the indigo industry's optimism fade away.

Indigo Rising Magazine

Author: Tannen Dell
Publisher: Indigo Rising LLC
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Indigo Rising Magazine from the Author: Tannen Dell. Indigo Rising Magazine is a chapbook of Poetry, Fiction, Art and Photography. Completely Ad Free!