Bugs! Bugs! Bugs!: Bob Barner
The Barn Wedding Book: How to Hold Your Hootenanny Without a Hitch! is the book on what you should know and prepare for when planning the perfect barn wedding! The topics in this audiobook include: What to look for when touring a barn venue to make sure it is going to suit your needs How not to lose your deposits How to beat the bugs and discern how to deal with anything else nature decides to throw at you Validate your vendors and choose the right ones for you Figure the food out to make sure the meal´s a hit Keep the cake perfect until it´s time to cut Balance the beverage calculation just right Manage the music for the ceremony, cocktail hour, dinner hour, and dancing the night away Stay safe with electricity, fire, alcohol, and other potential hazards Sanitation sanity and how to keep it clean without losing your mind DIY the decor and make your barn wedding dreams come true while reflecting you Dress for barn wedding success Wedding Insurance - Shut up. You need it. Here´s why.... Taming your timeline and giving your barn wedding a natural flow What to do when your hootennany has halted Much, much more You itchin´ to git yer hootennany on? Well c´mon y´all and let´s swing these doors open! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Neil Smith, ´The Dandy DJ´. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/113484/bk_acx0_113484_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The ants need to plan the Blowout Bug Jamboree! But how can they build a thrilling carnival ride for the festival if they don´t know how many bugs will come, or how big those bugs will be? This is a colorful and fun-filled introduction to nonstandard measurement, comparison, and organizing and representing data. As caterpillars, butterflies, and other insects are measured and compared in lengths of ants, an amazing plan unfolds. Just in time for the jamboree, the ants put the final touches on the perfect roller coaster, seen in a deluxe gatefold spread.
Recent interest in new diseases, such as HIV/AIDS and Ebola, and the resurgence of older diseases like tuberculosis has fostered questions about the history of human infectious diseases. How did they evolve? Where did they originate? What natural factors have stalled the progression of diseases or made them possible? How does a microorganism become a pathogen? How have infectious diseases changed through time? What can we do to control their occurrence? Ethne Barnes offers answers to these questions, using information from history and medicine as well as from anthropology. She focuses on changes in the patterns of human behavior through cultural evolution and how they have affected the development of human diseases. In a clear, lively style, Barnes offers general overviews of every variety of disease and their carriers, from insects and worms through rodent vectors to household pets and farm animals. She devotes whole chapters to major infectious diseases such as leprosy, syphilis, smallpox, and influenza. Other chapters concentrate on categories of diseases (´´gut bugs´´, for example, including cholera, typhus, and salmonella). The final chapters cover diseases that have made headlines in recent years, among them mad cow disease, West Nile virus, and Lyme disease. In the tradition of Berton Roueché, Hans Zinsser, and Sherwin Nuland, Ethne Barnes answers questions you never knew you had about the germs that have threatened us throughout human history. The book is published by University of New Mexico Press. 1. Language: English. Narrator: J. D. Smith Jr.. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/046341/bk_acx0_046341_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
From keeping chickens to raising vegetables, the allure of farm life is permeating popular culture. Noted artist and illustrator Julia Rothman has caught the bug, and from her Brooklyn studio she offers ´´Farm Anatomy,´´ an enticing visual guide to the parts and pieces of rural living. Dissecting everything from tractors, pigs, and sheep to fences, hay bales, crop rotation patterns, and tools, Rothman paints a richly entertaining and informative picture of life in the country. Readers will discover fascinating facts on every page, from the shapes of squash varieties to the parts of a goat; from how a barn is built to what makes up a beehive. Every corner of the barnyard is uncovered, revealing its own distinctive vocabulary and creating a new appreciation for the complexity of living close to the land. Rothman provides an irresistibly browsable book that will appeal to people of all ages. The practical and the curious combine in instructions for everything from making cheese to spinning wool. ´´Farm Anatomy´´ makes a great gift for gardeners, locavores, country-living enthusiasts, design fans, and anyone who enjoys exploring new topics in a fun, visual format.