A charming circular story where the tiniest animal just might be the most powerful. When the Elephant walks, he scares the Bear. When the Bear runs away, he scares the Crocodile. When the Crocodile swims for his life, he scares the Wild Hog . . . and so on, down to the Mouse. And who could be scared of the little Mouse? The last spread answers this question in a way that will delight small children-and the endearing animals, rhythmic text, and hilarious illustrations will make this book a favorite.
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Gracie is a large female elephant who wants nothing more than to walk a tightrope after seeing a performance at her local fair. But poor Gracie is so clumsy! When her classmates find out what she wants to do, they laugh, make fun, and tell her she can't. However, Gracie is determined and ignores all negativity. Her enormous amount of self-confidence takes over. Follow Gracie as she tries to overcome all her obstacles to make her dream come true.
When the Elephant walks he scares the Bear who runs away and scares the Crocodile who runs away and scares the Wild Hog in this never-ending animal story.
Elephants have lived on Earth for million of years. Yet due to illegal hunting and the destruction of their natural habitat, today they are among the most endangered of species. This informative photo essay follows this intelligent giant's day-to-day life and behavior, both in captivity and in the wild. With forty striking full-color photographs, Elephant offers youngsters a fascinating view of this largest of all land animals.
The day is breaking. The small town with ten circular primitive huts is located in a small open area in the dense forest, close to the border between the forest and the open-wide savanna, reaching to the horizon. The small huts are surrounded by a primitive wooden fence to protect against wild animals. The silence of the dawn is only broken by sporadic screams of birds and wild animals.
Maintaining the healthy foot condition of captive Asian and African elephants is one of the most important yet most difficult tasks for zookeepers, veterinarians, and researchers. Recognizing the need for a convenient and comprehensive health care manual, Blair Csuti, Eva Sargent and Ursula Bechert present The Elephant's Foot. Born out of a national conference on elephant care and physiology, this book is backed by 46 of the foremost authorities on the subject. After a general overview of the elephant foot's anatomy and physiology, The Elephant's Foot leads practitioners through recognition, prevention, and treatment of a variety of foot problems. From nail infections to foot abcesses, readers will find this text contains solutions for most foot troubles with remedies or additional recommendations. This book will support anyone simply studying elephants or those working with elephants on a daily basis.
"Shiva tattva is total; it is complete. Shiva is where the mind dissolves. He is formless yet sees all. He is the formless core of existence and also the goal. He is the seer, sight and the scene. He is without a beginning or end. He permeates the entire creation. He is never born and is eternal. He is the fourth state of consciousness, the non-dual consciousness that is present everywhere." - H. H. Sri Sri Ravi Shankar His Holiness Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, a spiritual leader and humanitarian, was born in 1956 in southern India. He was often found deep in meditation as a child. At the age of four, he astonished his teachers by reciting the Bhagawad Gita. To globalise the knowledge of leading a happy, stress-free life, H. H. Sri Sri Ravi Shankar established an international educational and humanitarian NGO - The Art of Living, in 1982. Today, with a presence in over 151 countries, the Art of Living is one of the largest voluntary organizations in the world
When two Brooklyn high school students, Havier and Marcus Wright go to the black circus they get more than a show. One of the acrobats is missing and its up to them to find her. Along the way, they encounter community elders who open their eyes to African history and the world of underground hip-hop. But time is running out. Can the brothers find the disappearing acrobat before the circus leaves town and the case goes unsolved forever?
- Author : Beverly Ann Beckmann
- Publisher : Teacher Created Resources
- Release Date : 1999-01-01
- Genre : Education
- Pages : 304
- ISBN : 9781576904701
This manual provides guidance on gymnastics instruction for physical education teachers. The authors explore different teaching strategies, body awareness, and the foundational movements and postures, then describe the basic skills of floor exercise, balance beam, springboard and vault, and bars. Black and white drawings illustrate correct body positions. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
Discusses elephanthant's ears, trunk and teeth, what they eat, their ancestors, the different kinds of elephants, and why they are on the endangered animals list.
Elephant or Lions: The book is about the wild elephants and lions that are in declining, the biggest threat to then. The report on elephants and lions trophy hunting, reminds us that the problems elephants and lions face are actually much broader and more damaging than most people realize. Lion bones, which can substitute for tiger bones, are used in East Asian countries including China as medicinal remedies said to treat a wide range of ailments from insomnia to osteoporosis. The other parts of lions such as whiskers, fat and tails have always had a traditional value and use in many African nations as medicines, talismans and components of ceremonial and ritual practices. Before the lion never had any traditional value in China, but it’s an analog to the tiger so it seems to be acceptable. Illegal trade remains difficult because, despite lions’ declining populations, there is actually still a legal trade in lion bones. The things that most of us do not know are that the demand of lion’s bones is growing every day. Customs officials that are trying to block illegal shipments of ivory or rhino horn have started to notice lion parts nestled inside the same containers. The conservation world started to become increasingly nervous about where the trade might be headed and what impact it would have on wild populations. As the price of bones is rising steadily, some breeders have started slaughtering their own lions, without obtaining a permit or getting a vet to put the animal to sleep, says a fraud inspector. The South African Department of Environmental Affairs has raised concerns that the demand for lion bones could potentially threaten South Africa’s 2,000 wild lions. On the other hand TB on the lions looks like malaria and know is killing more lions than before. Lions are thought to contract TB from infected prey species, especially buffalo, being exposed to the bacterium that causes the disease when they eat infected animals. And all the questions you may h
Elephant in the room! It is an eye-opening book for the people of the world, Africa, particularly Trophy Hunters, Organisations opposed to hunting, Government and Tourist. The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Species Survival Commission (SSC), states that well-managed trophy hunting can provide both revenue and incentives for people to conserve and restore wild populations, maintain areas of land for conservation, and protect wildlife from poaching. The question is what you are saying about this, do you have the idea what it mean by trophy hunting. Elephant in the room: The book is about the wild animals that are in declining, the biggest threat to then. The report on elephants, rhino and lions on trophy hunting, reminds us that the problems wild animals’ faces are actually much broader and more damaging than most people realize. The biggest question is Can South Africa and Africa ban trophy hunting? Many peoples are saying trophy hunting is no longer necessary in a modern world. What is trophy hunting and who is hunting and why. Debates surrounding trophy hunting centrally concern not only the question of the morality of recreational hunting and supposed conservation efforts of big-game and ranch hunting, but also the observed decline in animal species that are targets for trophy hunting. How does trophy hunting compare to photographic tourism? And that South Africa had the largest hunting industry in terms of numbers of operators, visiting hunters, animals shot and revenues generated. Elephant at the other hand and for years, animal rights’ activists and anti-culling groups have pleaded for conservationists to use birth control methods to lower elephant population numbers rather than embarking on mass killings. In the past, elephant management decisions were largely based on carrying capacity. Lion bones, which can substitute for tiger bones, are used in East Asian countries including China as medicinal remedies said to treat a wide range
Kari, the loyal elephant, Kopee, the monkey known for making bad decisions, and their nine-year-old master head right into the middle of the jungle on an adventurous journey. Vivid episodes of encounters with a venomous snake, a herd of untamed elephants and forest fires, make Kari the Elephant an unusual tale of three friends growing up together. The endearing elephant reappears in Hari the Jungle Lad, which traces a young boy’s life after a flood washes away his home, leaving him to survive in the jungle. His thrill-a-minute life in the forest, complete with face-offs with deadly carnivores and friendly monkeys, and finally his search for the marked elephant who proves to be a saviour, unfold in a gripping story. This special edition brings together two classic stories – Kari the Elephant and Hari the Jungle Lad – by Dhan Gopal Mukerji, the only Indian to have won the John Newbery Medal. Describing animal life with nail-biting realism, Dhan Gopal Mukerji’s stories take you to a place where the feral meets the tame, man meets nature, and all that matters is the law of the jungle!
This fact-filled science book explains how and why some 99 animals and plants live as long, or a briefly, as they do.
A young boy imitates how different animals move, including how an elephant walks, how an anteater creeps, and how a bumblebee flies.