Are you interested in Yellowstone or planning a trip to the park? If so, you'll love "Yellowstone National Park for Kids, Preteens, and Teenagers," Inside this detailed travel guide geared toward children, you'll learn all you need to know about America's first national park. For example, did you know that:
Yellowstone is one of the worlds biggest active volcanoes? The hot underground magma is what causes the geysers to erupt and when you visit Yellowstone you actually go inside the volcanic caldera.
Both black bears and grizzly bears can be found in Yellowstone and they are omnivorous which means they eat both plants and animals?
Old Faithful erupts about every ninety minutes to heights of over one hundred feet?
Early visitors to Yellowstone used to catch fish in Yellowstone Lake then dip them into Fishing Cone Geyser to cook them?
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Color me cautious... or color me dead!Adventure awaits those who explore Grand Canyon National Park's desert rims, yawning canyons, and wild river rapids. But beware: the Grand Canyon is a place of extremes. From scorching sun that gives way to freezing blizzards, plateaus that abruptly end in vertical cliffs, and flash floods that rage through bone dry ravines, the Park can be a dangerous place for the unwary.Scenic Views!Intriguing Animals!Disturbing Facts!If there's a way to die in the Grand Canyon, you'll find it pictured here, ready for your coloring enjoyment. This coloring book also offers facts about the park and it's many animals (peaceful and otherwise) and even a few tips to help you stay alive during what hopefully isn't your last trip to America's only Wonder of the Natural World.Stop! This coloring book isn't for everyone! It depicts scenes of graphic violence including drowning, electrocution, traumatic head injury, and suicide. Recommended for mature c
Towering mountains, arresting colors, lush mountain foliage and an astonishing variety of wildlife make Glacier National Park one of the most stunning destinations for nature and outdoor enthusiasts.
"Llyvvelyn has essayed a daunting task: to build, where there has been none before, a coherent Catholic theology of the nation and nationality. His book is learned, nuanced, and quite original. He dialogues, closely, with the social sciences and history on the reality of a nation. He draws on postâ€“Vatican II documents and a new focus on the church and culture and links them, very originally, to the doctrines of the Incarnation, the theology of the relation of nature to grace, and the Trinity. In the end, Llywelyn both validates an authentic sense of nation and avoids any idolatrous substitution of nation for religion. An important book not only for theologians but for those concerned with the ethics of nationhood."â€”Pohn A. Coleman, S.J., Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles
Ordinarily Detective Lane has a knack for discovering the whereabouts of missing persons. But the city's latest victim has disappeared without a trace. After brutally attacking his young nephew, ex-mayor Bob Swatsky has gone missing along with 13 million dollars of tax-payers' money. Is he on the lam with the cash, or is it something far more sinister? A zany cast of characters, a love doll, and a chain smoking grandma with an oxygen tank, lead Detective Lane on an exhilarating romp through the streets of Calgary. A man hunt is on, and alone, Lane must uncover the truth before someone ends up visiting Queen's Park...permanently. The first book in the Detective Lane mystery series is an intriguing look at the prejudices gay cops face on the police force, and at the dangers of keeping secrets.
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