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Bounce is a young sifaka lemur who lives among karst pinnacles, Madagascar's "stone forest" He falls down a crevasse where his family cannot reach him. He is frightened by bats, a snake, carnivorous cockroaches, and lastly a fossa, the largest predator of Madagascar. He finally leaps to safety on his mother's back.
Tik-Tik is an adolescent male ringtailed lemur growing up in a species where females are totally dominant, and young males must emigrate to new troops. Tik-Tik means "Let's go!" in ringtailed lemur sounds. He leaves his mother's troop to travel alone through the cactus-like spiny forest. He fights his rival, Longtooth, and wins the beautiful Feather-Fur. Ringtail social calls appear in context so children can click, meow, purr, howl, squeak, shout war-cries, give alarm calls, and sing the male sunset song.
Bitika is a baby lemur of the smallest species in Madagascar. (Bitika means Tiny.) She ventures out of the nest and meets all the larger lemur species of the baobab forest: the chorus is "Bitika felt small." Then she saves her mother's life from a white-browed owl. She ends up feeling like the biggest lemur in all Madagascar!
National Geographic Magazine is simply amazing! I would venture to wager that one could obtain the equivalent of a Liberal Arts Degree simply by reading and studying pertinent issues treating of Physical Science, Art, Math, History, Geography, Genetics, Zoology, Biology and any number of topics, all covered by National Geographic, often in great detail. For the curious minded without sufficient funds to obtain a more formal education, National Geographic Magazine is a well-deserved bargain. This issue treats: LEMURS, ANNAPOLIS, DAEDALUS, FREDERICK REMINGTON, SOUTH KOREA, KWONGJU.
Furry and Fuzzy live on the Masoala Peninsula where the rainforest goes down to the sea, and the trees are so tall that even their mother has never been to the ground. The branch where she parks them breaks in a cyclone. They fall by a forester's hut. The forester's wife wants to cook the baby lemurs, the twin children want them as pets, but the forester says "Suppose you were lost and the lemurs wanted to make pets of you!"
Miss Rebecca spends a day at the zoo. She learns that you can be peaceful even when things around you are not.
Ako means "Echo" in the language of Madagascar. Ako the Aye-Aye is a bilingual (English and Malagasy) childrens' book about endangered lemurs. The tale concerns an aye-aye mother and her son, Ako, and their adventures living in a rare forest in Madagascar.
Wendy Mass turns to another magical birthday: 13! When Tara, a self-proclaimed shrinking violet, steals the school mascot, a goat, in order to make some friends with the popular crowd and gets caught, she gets herself in a heap of trouble. In addition, her parents decide that instead of taking her on their summer trip to Madagascar to study the courtship rituals of the Bamboo Lemur, she must go stay with her aunt, uncle, and bratty cousin Emily St. Claire in Willow Falls. Tara thinks it's a good time to start over; she'll be turning 13 after all, so she might as well make the best of it and perhaps even attempt to break out of her shell (in a non-criminal manner). What Tara doesn't know is that this charmed town has something big in store for her on her 13th birthday. It's not a typical birthday. But then again, nothing is Willow Falls is exactly typical!
The conclusion of the Little Fur quartet!When Little Fur loses touch with the flow of earth magic, she knows that she must regain it, whatever it takes. A visit to the prophetic Sett Owl makes it clear that Little Fur has to embark on the most dangerous of all her adventures and follow the dreams of a lemur. Accompanied by new companions including the lemur, a horde of lemmings, and a panther, Little Fur leaves the human city and sets out across the great salten sea. What Little Fur discovers about the past and the future on this most dangerous, yet most personal and rewarding journey, makes for an exciting and moving conclusion to this eco-fantasy quartet.Isobelle Carmody, one of Australia¿s most popular fantasy authors, continues to charm readers with Little Fur¿a heroine who never ceases to surprise us with her determination and sensitivity.
The pocket-friendly Scout Book features thirty-two pages and a durable chipboard cover. Scout Books are manufactured with love in Portland, Oregon and offset-printed on 100% recycled papers with vegetable-based inks. Perfect for recording doodles, managing to-do lists, and writing pocket-sized manifestos, the Scout Book is a truly versatile notebook format. Get wild with this three-pack of animal-themed Notebooks, lovingly and lushly illustrated by Meg Hunt. Meg's coy Lemur, vibrant Lyrebird and sneaky Sea Dragon are all printed in rich CMYK on our new duplex White/Chipboard stock. These three Notebooks include Blank pages for your own notes and doodles.
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