More Fun with Nature is a compilation of five other Take Along Guides. It includes: Berries, Nuts and Seeds; Birds, Nests and Eggs; Rocks, Fossils and Arrowheads; Seashells, Crabs and Sea Stars; and Wildflowers, Blooms and Blossoms.
"Familiar Burgess characters Danny Meadow Mouse, Jimmy Skunk, and Reddy Fox explore every nook and cranyy of the shoreline and learn firsthand about the habits of spider crabs, sea cucumbers, sand eels, and that strangest of little fishes--the sea horse"--Back cover.
Author: Laura Lee Hope
Release Date: 2015-07-07
The Bobbsey Twins at the Seashore was written in the year 1907 by Laura Lee Hope. This book is one of the most popular novels of Laura Lee Hope, and has been translated into several other languages around the world. This book is published by Booklassic which brings young readers closer to classic literature globally.
Author: Laura Lee Hope
Release Date: 2004-06-03
Genre: Juvenile Fiction
Mystery and adventure follow the Bobbsey twins on their trip to Ocean Cliff. While searching for clams and driftwood on the shore, they find a mysterious message in a bottle. Will this clue help them rescue a little girl's father?
"This book examines the ways in which 21 modern and postmodern writers have made use of the physical environment in their work. It considers how each author employs the physical settings in the plot and character development, and how those settings are us
Author: Melusine Draco
Publisher: John Hunt Publishing
Release Date: 2012-01-27
Genre: Body, Mind & Spirit
Although we are an island race, few are fortunate to live near enough to the sea to use the shoreline as a regular magical working area. And yet for the natural witch, born and bred by the sea, the beach and rocky shore are equally as magical as the inland woods and hills of more traditional approaches to witchcraft. The author takes us on a magical journey along the seashore and reveals how to work with the natural oceanic tides and energies. Learn how to harness the powers of the deep, and collect flotsam and jetsam for use as ritual tools. A book like no other.
Includes tips and materials lists for building theme boxes, set-up ideas for transforming the classroom, suggested picture books, literacy activities, and reproducible picture sets of scenes to sequence and discuss. Includes themes such as art gallery, bakery, circus, fire station, princess castle, and spaceship. Makes it easy to engage young learners and expand their vocabularies while guiding them in problem-solving, reading, and writing skills.
Author: Tom Gallo
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
Release Date: 1999
The Central Railroad of New Jersey's Seashore Branch provided rail and boat services from New York City to points along the New Jersey Shore. It discontinued passenger service in 1966, with the last freight train operating in 1983. Official abandonment proceedings sparked the need to keep the right of way for future mass transit needs. This led to interim use. Today, the area is called the Henry Hudson Trail and is one of over 500 parks referred to nationally as a Rail-Trail. This free, ten-mile-long, hiking, biking, and walking trail is administered by the Monmouth County Parks System, and connects several towns of the Raritan Bay shore area. This rare look will enlighten trail users through images of views gone forever, while pointing out structures still in place. Over 200 images are set in geographical sequence to guide the reader along the trail.