An insider's look at the glitz, grit and grandeur of Bollywood, the world's largest film industry. Provides an anecdotal insight into how films are made in Mumbai. A first-of-its-kind book that features a unique film script format, following the process of making a typical Hindi film using two popular film characters as the eyes
Join Jules as he introduces young readers to a few of California’s treasures. Combining lively illustrations and captivating photographs, Jules of the World: The California Caper is a story that encourages children to be curious, record their experiences, share their stories and continue to explore all of the world’s wonders with their family and friends. You can help your child embrace their creativity by providing tools that enable them to photograph, draw, document and express their interests and favorite finds in their day to day travels and adventures.
As more and more people crowd onto and land, incidences of human-wildlife conflicts will only increase. A comprehensive overview of this emerging field, Resolving Human-Wildlife Conflicts: The Science of Wildlife Damage Management discusses the issues facing wildlife managers and anyone else dealing with interactions between wildlife and humans. By defining the discipline of wildlife damage management, this book fills a void in the fields of wildlife management and ecology. The director of the Jack H. Berryman Institute, the only academic institute devoted to wildlife damage management, author Michael Conover is the leader in this field. In this book, he stresses the inter-relatedness of wildlife damage management within the larger discipline of wildlife conservation and provides an extensive review of the scientific literature. He includes case-studies that document how an integrated approach to wildlife management can resolve wildlife-human conflicts.
Nowhere else will you find the authoritative coverage and depth of theoretical information available in Resolving Human-Wildlife Conflicts: The Science of Wildlife Damage Management. The combination of descriptive prose, historical details, and liberal use of informative sidebars add to its appeal as a textbook, while the organization and scope make it the ideal reference for professionals.
Oliver Goldsmith arrived in England in 1756 a penni Irishman.
He toiled for years in the anonymity of Grub Street already a synonym for impoverished hack writers before he became one of literary London s most celebrated authors. Norma Clarke tells the extraordinary story of this destitute scribbler turned gentleman of letters as it unfolds in the early days of commercial publishing, when writers livelihoods came to depend on the reading public, not aristocratic patrons. Clarke examines a network of writers radiating outward from Goldsmith: the famous and celebrated authors of Dr. Johnson s Club and those far fortunate brothers of the quill trapped in Grub Street. Clarke emphasizes Goldsmith s sense of himself as an Irishman, showing that many of his early literary acquaintances were Irish emigres: Samuel Derrick, John Pilkington, Paul Hiffernan, and Edward Purdon. These writers tutored Goldsmith in the ways of Grub Street, and their influence on his development has not previously been explored. Also Irish was the patron he acquired after 1764, Robert Nugent, Lord Clare. Clarke places Goldsmith in the tradition of Anglo-Irish satirists beginning with Jonathan Swift. He transmuted troubling truths about the British Empire into forms of fable and nostalgia whose undertow of Irish indignation remains perceptible, if just barely, beneath an equanimous English surface. To read Brothers of the Quill is to be taken by the hand into the darker corners of eighteenth-century Grub Street, and to laugh and cry at the absurdities of the writing life. "
What Should You Say When You Talk to Yourself? Have you ever noticed the things you say to yourself—and believe? I could never do that. They don't like me. I am such an idiot! You wouldn't talk that way to anyone else, yet phrases like these constantly flow through your mind, leaving you insecure and defeated.
Jennifer Rothschild was there, as well, until she learned how to replace the lies with truth. With wisdom and authenticity, Jennifer will help you... silence the negative voices in your mind as you learn to speak kindly to your soul grow in confidence by replacing the lies that shackle you with the truth that sets you free overcome a lifetime of damaging self-talk by practicing godly and biblical soul-talk Plus, you'll hear from Lysa TerKeurst, Laura Story, Lisa Whelchel, Stormie Omartian, and other popular authors and speakers as they share what they say when they talk to themselves.
For three years Juliann Little has hidden away from everyone after the Scandal. She devoted her life to helping her father study the paranormal. It was meant to be a safe job, something she didn’t have to face anyone over. Until her father disappears. Deep in the Carpathian Mountains, Cristian Dragomire has spent his life hiding what he is.
All that changes when his parents go missing. Cristian and Jules will face more than their missing parents on the mountain - they’ll face their overwhelming attraction and a love that’s destined to unite them. But will it be enough to overcome the creature out to kill them?
This book provides an interesting and exciting introduction to colonial life. Children will have fun learning about history by participating in over 40 everyday activities, games, projects, and recipes from the colonial era. Candle dipping, churning butter, baking bread, making jam, dyeing wool, making a colonial sundial, and learning how to play colonial games are among many projects and activities. Historical facts and information are also provided.