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EAGLES
By Hal H Wyss
9 x 12 3/4 in. (235 x 325mm) 72 pages. Paperback. Over 80 illustrations. Eagles are found in all parts of the world. From the American bald eagle and trhe European imperial eagle to the rare monkey-eating eagle of the Philippines, here is a pictorial history of the life cycles and habitats of these impressive and beautiful flying predators. A detailed history of these legendary birds and mankind's struggles to save endangered species from extinction provides bird lovers the world over with an informative guide to identifying, understanding, and appreciating these fantastic creatures.

Category: AMERICANA, ANIMALS, BIRDS, GENERAL INTEREST, NATURAL HISTORY
Keywords: BIRDS, BIRDS OF PREY, HUNTERS, ANIMALS, NATURAL HISTORY
Retail Price $9.95
Your Price  $8.46
 

HUMMINGBIRDS, A PORTRAIT OF THE ANIMAL WORLD
By Hal H Wyss
9 x 12 3/4 in. (235 x 325mm) 72 pages. Hardcover. Over 80 illustrations. The hummingbird is truly extraordinary. It is, of course, most famous for its dimunitive size; even the largest of these little birds weighs barely half an ounce; the tiniest is only two inches long and is the smallest of all warm-blooded creatures. But the hummingbird is notable on so many other counts. Its amazing ability to hover in mid air and even to fly upside down, its vividly hued iridescent plumage, its specialized feeding habits, its extraordinary migration patterns, and its unusual courtship and mating rituals make it unique in the realm of ornithology. Along with descriptions of the hummingbird's habits, this beautiful volume offers suggestions for attracting them to the garden. Species from North America to the tropics are depicted in a collection of 80 full-color photographs that capture these exquisite little creatures in all their tiny glory.

Category: NATURAL HISTORY, BIRDS, ANIMALS
Retail Price $12.95
Your Price  $11.01
 

EAGLES
By Hal H Wyss
9 x 12 3/4 in. (235 x 325mm) 72 pages. Hardcover. Over 80 illustrations. Eagles are found in all parts of the world. From the American bald eagle and trhe European imperial eagle to the rare monkey-eating eagle of the Philippines, here is a pictorial history of the life cycles and habitats of these impressive and beautiful flying predators. A detailed history of these legendary birds and mankind's struggles to save endangered species from extinction provides bird lovers the world over with an informative guide to identifying, understanding, and appreciating these fantastic creatures.

Category: NATURAL HISTORY, GENERAL INTEREST, BIRDS, ANIMALS
Keywords: BIRDS, BIRDS OF PREY, HUNTERS, ANIMALS, NATURAL HISTORY
Retail Price $12.95
Your Price  $11.01
 

FEET-ISHISM (REVERIES)
By Hans-Jurgen Dopp
6 X 8 3/5 in.(152 x 203 mm) Hardcover 96 Pages 60 Full-Color Illustrations - How is it that the foot and the toes are credited with such strong sexual connotations Do they represent something out of the ordinary to the human subconscious How otherwise could these unremarkable parts of the body seem erotic And what has their appeal to do with the Eternal Mystery that is Woman This book that deals with various questions mentioned above with special features such as: Full-color and black & white illustrations Colorful photographs with authoritative text on the subject Small, convenient size This book makes a lively and informative addition to the library of lovers of eroticism and erotic art.

Category: GENERAL INTEREST, ART
Retail Price $14.95
Your Price  $12.71
 

MONET: IMPRESSIONS OF LIGHT
By Henri Lallemand
9 1/4 x 12 3/4 in. (235 x 325mm) 144 pages. Paperback. Over 130 illustrations. Together with Renoir and Degas, Claude Monet was one of the organizers of the first Impressionist exhibition of 1874. Considering Impressionism a national French style, Monet painted such diverse subjects as urban scenes, still life's, landscapes, seascapes, and nature studies, including his famed gardens of Giverny. By the time of his death in 1926, Monet's works were famous throughout the world, and their influence helped shape the direction of painting in the twentieth century. The full range of the artist's work is showcased in this volume, illustrated with 136 full-color reproductions.

Category: ART, ARTISTS
Retail Price $19.95
Your Price  $16.96
 

MONET: IMPRESSIONS OF LIGHT - PAPERBACK
By Henri Lallemand
9 1/4 x 12 3/4 in. (235 x 325mm) 144 pages. Paperback. Over 130 illustrations. Together with Renoir and Degas, Claude Monet was one of the organizers of the first Impressionist exhibition of 1874. Considering Impressionism a national French style, Monet painted such diverse subjects as urban scenes, still life's, landscapes, seascapes, and nature studies, including his famed gardens of Giverny. By the time of his death in 1926, Monet's works were famous throughout the world, and their influence helped shape the direction of painting in the twentieth century. The full range of the artist's work is showcased in this volume, illustrated with 136 full-color reproductions.

Category: ART, ARTISTS
Retail Price $16.95
Your Price  $14.41
 

 
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