This book includes species accounts and summaries of the natural history of the 495 known species of ground beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae) of Vermont and New Hampshire. Under each species, the general and local ranges are described, along with habitat, life cycle, behavior and flight dynamics.
The last novel of a series set in the hills of New Hampshire where Martin Lancer deals with issues, past and present, through silence and separation. The novels in the series include: A Quartet: Parts I and II A Quartet: Parts III and IV Matt's Son Father Ryan and the Inquisition Looking Forward, Looking Back Obsessions Open, Not Closed
A poetry collection inspired by the love of life, even with its ups and downs. One hundred percent of the royalties collected from book sales go to funding the groundbreaking research being conducted at the Tisch MSRCNY. Together, we can help cure MS patients like my mom. Together, we can create a future without MS.
Whether they are being chased by a hungry raccoon or riding on the back of a friendly Hawksbill turtle, every day is an adventure in the lives of Seba and Max. That’s because they are not your typical curly tail lizards. Born on an island in the Bahamas, they discover that true friends come in all different shapes and sizes.
Philip's Snowman is about a little boy who is bored staying inside. He decides to build a snowman, but must overcome obstacles to make his snowman. Philip keeps trying and trying until he is finally successful, giving meaning to the adage, "When at first you don't succeed, try, try again. This book creates a wonderful way for young children to start understanding this concept in a fun way.
Omar Khayyam (1048-1123 CE), an astronomer and mathematician famous in his own time, is best known today as the author of remarkable verses of poetry on a variety of philosophical subjects including: the meaning of life and death, the existence and nature of god, free will and predestination, and the problem of evil.