historia de uma gaivota e de um gato que a ensinou a voar - Pesquisa do Google
história de uma gaivota e do gato que a ensinou a voar - Pesquisa Google
Queda de Gigantes - Ken Follett
Spook by Mary Roach. Mary Roach's dedication to her research is incredible. She is willing to fly all over the world, even sit in on open-heart surgery so that she can write about her subject-- which happens to be ghosts-- and she does it all while being riotously funny and delightfully self-depricating. Great book, do read.
The Aviator's Wife by Melanie Benjamin is a well-researched fictional account of Anne Morrow Lindbergh and the life she lived with Charles Lindbergh. Both Charles and Anne were introverts forced into a very public life by Charles' great accomplishment of being the first man to fly across the Atlantic in a small plane. Charles did not meet Anne until after his historic flight. - See more at: http://myjclibraryrgb.blogspot.com/#sthash.m4aJbcOV.dpuf
árvore de natal de livros - Pesquisa Google
Hilarious! That's the only way to describe this book. Who knew chickens were so resourceful! With minimal text, the illustrations tell the story, and what a story it is. When Farmer Greenstalk drops his watch down the well, all the chickens, decked out in swimsuits, come to the rescue with fishing poles and diving gear. When the dog eats Jeffrey Greenstalk's book report, the feathers start to fly as the chickens get to work researching, typing, printing, and painting to get the job done in…
Cool Gray City of Love: 49 Views of San Francisco by Gary Kamiya ($11.50) http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/B00D78R550/hpb2-20/ASIN/B00D78R550 Kamiya obviously did his research and brings his own perspective to this lovely book. - It makes me want to fly to that Cool Gray City of Love, beauty and fog, one more time. - Then there are the sections on WWII and the AIDS period which were very memorable.
Feathers date back more than 100 million years. Yet their story has never been fully told. In Feathers, biologist Thor Hanson details a sweeping natural history, as feathers have been used to fly, protect, attract, & adorn through time & place. Applying the research of paleontologists, ornithologists, biologists, engineers, & even art historians, Hanson asks: What are feathers? How did they evolve? What do they mean to us?
Greeting-card artist Wollie Shelley is dating 40 men in 60 days to help a celebrated talk show host research her next book. But when Wollie encounters a dead man and a putative doctor trying to escape the Mob, the fun begins to fly.