A graphic novel series featuring a loveable and delusional house cat named Binky, who, while in hot pursuit of an alien wanderer (a bug), falls out of the space station porthole (the bathroom window) and finds himself in outer space (outside the house).
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With the lights flashing and the sirens blaring, the firefighters race through town on their fully-equipped truck to reach the scene and make their next big rescue, in a colorfully illustrated picture book about a day-in-the-life of fire fighting heroes.
Examines Australia's relationship with Japan and the need to reconsider our historical attitudes with both Japan and the USA in the context of regional stability and defence. Includes a detailed bibliography. The author is a freelance historian widely known for his writings and radio commentaries.
This is a fully-illustrated, 32-page picture book for children by the authors of A STREET CAT NAMED BOB. When Bob finds a lost little puppy in the park, he remembers what it's like to be homeless and hungry so he does all he can to help his new friend. Perfect for younger fans of Bob the cat and James Bowen.
- Author : Arnon Rubin
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 2004
- Genre : Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)
- Pages : 14
- ISBN : 965555144X
.Ṿol. I-IV+V. Vol. I: Jewish Welfare Services in the Occupied Poland. Vol. II:The Council for Aid to the Jews-Zegota. Vol. III: Financial Help for the Jews in the Occupied Poland .Ṿol. IV+V: The Panderers of Illusions .Ṭhe Statistics of Destructions and Rescue.
"Describes levers, including what they are, how they work, past uses, and common uses of these simple machines today"--Provided by publisher.
Lori Wick's bestselling English Garden series (more than 720,000 copies sold) is filled with engaging characters and stories. Now with fresh, new covers, each of the four books in the series will hold a favorite spot on the nightstand or bookshelf of any reader who loves a great romance. The Rescue, book two in the series, is set in 1811 England. When Anne Gardiner slips from a ladder into the arms of a stranger, her father, Colonel Gardiner, deems the innocent embrace cause for immediate marriage. Weston eventually sees that the "marriage" was performed for the Colonel's sake and that Anne had no choice. When he learns that she's sacrificed her own reputation to protect his name, Weston finds himself drawn to Anne. But will these two guarded people give love a chance? And can they trust God enough to step into a new, real relationship?
When his electronic warfare plane, call sign Bat 21, was shot down on 2 April 1972, fifty-three-year-old Air Force navigator Iceal "Gene" Hambleton parachuted into the middle of a North Vietnamese invasion force and set off the biggest and most controversial air rescue effort of the Vietnam War. After twenty-five years of official secrecy, the story of that dangerous and costly rescue is revealed by a decorated Air Force pilot and Vietnam veteran. Involving personnel from all services, including the Coast Guard, the unorthodox rescue operation claimed the lives of eleven soldiers and airmen, destroyed or damaged several aircraft, and put hundreds of airmen, a secret commando unit, and a South Vietnamese infantry division at risk. It also examines the thorny debates arising from an operation that balanced one man's life against mounting U.S. and South Vietnamese casualties and material losses, the operation's impact on one of the most critical battles of the war, and the role played by search and rescue as America disengaged from that war.
Pity the thief or hypocrite who crosses Birbal's path. The poor man will be either hopelessly embarrased or pleased to escape with his life. With an unfailing eye for human weakness, Birbal protects the innocent. People, from every strata of society, flock to him for help with endless lists of woes. Known for his compassion and tact, Birbal never fails them, even if it means pitting his wits against the all-powerful Emperor.
Star Lord, Groot, Rocket Raccoon, and the other Guardians of the Galaxy race through the universe on another rollicking adventure. Boys and girls ages 2 to 5 will love this action-packed Little Golden Book featuring some of their favorite Marvel superheroes and villains.
Wind up the helicopter toy, place it on one of thetracks and watch it zoom around as its crew rescues children stranded on somerocks at the seaside, lands in snowy mountains to help a skier who has fallenbadly, collects an injured worker from an oil rig and returns to the helipad atthe hospital where it's based. Illustrations: Full colourthroughout
Report of the Interim Committee and the Commission on Rescue Commission on Palestine Commission on Post War to the Delegates of the American Jewish Conference November 1 1944
- Author : American Jewish Conference. Interim Committee
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 1944
- Genre : Europe
- Pages : 128
- ISBN : COLUMBIA:CU69787492
A badly spelled message in a bottle addressed to Uncle Pirate appears at Wilson’s front door, and Mom starts baking bad news pie—this can’t be good. Uncle Pirate’s formerly mutinous crew is marooned on an island! Though Uncle Pirate is loyal to his new crew at Very Elementary, he cannot desert his old shipmates and sets off to find them. But when he doesn’t return, it’s Uncle Pirate who needs rescuing! Wilson, Captain Jack the penguin, Ms. Quern the school secretary, and sneaky Principal Purvis set off in a blimp to save the day in this rollicking read that’s ideal for adventurous young readers.
Sarah Martinez has always felt different. She can't explain what is missing, but she knows this can't be all there is. She dreams of living on her own in an apartment in downtown Portland, but deep down she fears that even moving out of her parent's house in the suburbs won't satisfy the longing in her soul. Then she discovers something unexpected in her great-grandmother's attic, and a new dream begins to grow within her. Living in a time when the United States is a churchless, closed nation under military rule, Sarah has never thought much about the existence of God. But soon after her discovery she is being pursued by gangs of men who seem possessed by a supernatural power. Then she meets Justin, a mysterious stranger who claims that judgment is coming and he can protect her, but at the cost of all that she has known. Soon Sarah is swept up in an adventure that will test her new-found faith and change her life forever. Does she really believe? Will she really leave everything behind?