Introduction to mineralogy: Easy course for understanding mineralogy (Earth sciences) by Gregor Pafun

The ebook outlines the modern theoretical and applied aspects of mineralogy. The characteristics and external diagnostic characteristics of the main rock-forming and ore minerals are given. This ebook is intdended for students in geological faculties of universities but can be understand from the general audicance too.

Author: Gregor Pafun

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Washing Over Me by Benjamin Brook

***** 11 March 2016 marks the fifth anniversary of the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami. As well as the loss of life that this devastating event resulted in, hundreds of children also lost their parents and families. To support the orphans of this tragedy, any royalties received from the sale of this book over the next three months will be donated to the charity Aid For Japan www.aidforjapan.co.uk *****

Set against a backdrop of the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami of 2011, Washing Over Me is a tale of loss and love, of the destructive power of nature and the resilience of humankind.

In the height of the Tokyo summer, Shoichi sits at his wife’s bedside hoping that today will be the day when she wakes from her coma. Without Kimiko, he finds himself lost in the modern world. Frequently daydreaming, his mind wanders back through the past to key moments in their life together: breaded pork cutlets, unusually coloured tomatoes and the most beautiful sunrise he has ever seen. Shoichi also lives in fear. How will he cope with the loss of yet another person whom he loves so dearly?

In the depths of her mind, it is early spring and Kimiko is in Ofunato, a small coastal town in the northeast of Japan. As ten-year-old Kimiko wakes up that morning all she can think about is the cold and how much longer she can stay in bed before succumbing to the aroma from breakfast that is drifting up the stairs. Right up to the point when the earthquake strikes, she has no idea that this is the day when her world will be turned upside down. There is only one person who understands what she went through and she needs to get back to Shoichi, wherever and whenever he may be.

Author: Benjamin Brook

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Introduction to mineralogy: Easy course for understanding mineralogy (Earth sciences) by Gregor Pafun

The ebook outlines the modern theoretical and applied aspects of mineralogy. The characteristics and external diagnostic characteristics of the main rock-forming and ore minerals are given. This ebook is intdended for students in geological faculties of universities but can be understand from the general audicance too.

Author: Gregor Pafun

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Washing Over Me by Benjamin Brook

***** 11 March 2016 marks the fifth anniversary of the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami. As well as the loss of life that this devastating event resulted in, hundreds of children also lost their parents and families. To support the orphans of this tragedy, any royalties received from the sale of this book over the next three months will be donated to the charity Aid For Japan www.aidforjapan.co.uk *****

Set against a backdrop of the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami of 2011, Washing Over Me is a tale of loss and love, of the destructive power of nature and the resilience of humankind.

In the height of the Tokyo summer, Shoichi sits at his wife’s bedside hoping that today will be the day when she wakes from her coma. Without Kimiko, he finds himself lost in the modern world. Frequently daydreaming, his mind wanders back through the past to key moments in their life together: breaded pork cutlets, unusually coloured tomatoes and the most beautiful sunrise he has ever seen. Shoichi also lives in fear. How will he cope with the loss of yet another person whom he loves so dearly?

In the depths of her mind, it is early spring and Kimiko is in Ofunato, a small coastal town in the northeast of Japan. As ten-year-old Kimiko wakes up that morning all she can think about is the cold and how much longer she can stay in bed before succumbing to the aroma from breakfast that is drifting up the stairs. Right up to the point when the earthquake strikes, she has no idea that this is the day when her world will be turned upside down. There is only one person who understands what she went through and she needs to get back to Shoichi, wherever and whenever he may be.

Author: Benjamin Brook

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Lost City Maps: A cartographic experience full of creativity: 25 stories about maps to enhance your creativity, peace and meditation capacity by Luis Felipe Mujica

IMPORTANT !
PLEASE NOTE – The KINDLE edition of this book present 25 Maps of the 50 that are included in the physical copy of the book.

The KINDLE edition of this book is for your reference only and is NOT intended for coloring within the device! It is a preview – its main intent is to show the designs that are available in the physical copy of the book.

You can get a PDF version of these Maps in a link at the end of the book so you can print them out and get coloring.

Have you ever tried coloring your own city? Now that is possible. 50 Maps of unknown lost cities in black and white color from view of dron in order to enhance your cartographic experience . These amazing 50 cities maps contains road and buildings at scale and you can discover surprising stories for each city describing how the city is or was, how the people live or lived in those lost cities. The book gives you the opportunity to rebuild this lost cities with the help of your creativity and find them in the depths of your art feelings. I invite you to be a crew member for this new adventure where you are the only explorer.

Each map looks for maintain a balance between body energy and mental energy, seeking equilibrium through mindfulness and stress relieving.

Printed on one side of each page
Helps to relax & boost your meditation
Helps to balance your body, your mind, your spirit and your energy
Give you the connection that you needed
Enhance your creativity
Encourage your self-expression

Author: Luis Felipe Mujica

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Communicating Climate Change: A Guide for Educators (Cornell Series in Environmental Education) by Anne K. Armstrong

Environmental educators face a formidable challenge when they approach climate change due to the complexity of the science and of the political and cultural contexts in which people live. There is a clear consensus among climate scientists that climate change is already occurring as a result of human activities, but high levels of climate change awareness and growing levels of concern have not translated into meaningful action. Communicating Climate Change provides environmental educators with an understanding of how their audiences engage with climate change information as well as with concrete, empirically tested communication tools they can use to enhance their climate change program.Starting with the basics of climate science and climate change public opinion, Armstrong, Krasny, and Schuldt synthesize research from environmental psychology and climate change communication, weaving in examples of environmental education applications throughout this practical book. Each chapter covers a separate topic, from how environmental psychology explains the complex ways in which people interact with climate change information to communication strategies with a focus on framing, metaphors, and messengers. This broad set of topics will aid educators in formulating program language for their classrooms at all levels. Communicating Climate Change uses fictional vignettes of climate change education programs and true stories from climate change educators working in the field to illustrate the possibilities of applying research to practice. Armstrong et al, ably demonstrate that environmental education is an important player in fostering positive climate change dialogue and subsequent climate change action.

Author: Anne K. Armstrong

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Washing Over Me by Benjamin Brook

***** 11 March 2016 marks the fifth anniversary of the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami. As well as the loss of life that this devastating event resulted in, hundreds of children also lost their parents and families. To support the orphans of this tragedy, any royalties received from the sale of this book over the next three months will be donated to the charity Aid For Japan www.aidforjapan.co.uk *****

Set against a backdrop of the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami of 2011, Washing Over Me is a tale of loss and love, of the destructive power of nature and the resilience of humankind.

In the height of the Tokyo summer, Shoichi sits at his wife’s bedside hoping that today will be the day when she wakes from her coma. Without Kimiko, he finds himself lost in the modern world. Frequently daydreaming, his mind wanders back through the past to key moments in their life together: breaded pork cutlets, unusually coloured tomatoes and the most beautiful sunrise he has ever seen. Shoichi also lives in fear. How will he cope with the loss of yet another person whom he loves so dearly?

In the depths of her mind, it is early spring and Kimiko is in Ofunato, a small coastal town in the northeast of Japan. As ten-year-old Kimiko wakes up that morning all she can think about is the cold and how much longer she can stay in bed before succumbing to the aroma from breakfast that is drifting up the stairs. Right up to the point when the earthquake strikes, she has no idea that this is the day when her world will be turned upside down. There is only one person who understands what she went through and she needs to get back to Shoichi, wherever and whenever he may be.

Author: Benjamin Brook

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Lost City Maps: A cartographic experience full of creativity: 25 stories about maps to enhance your creativity, peace and meditation capacity by Luis Felipe Mujica

IMPORTANT !
PLEASE NOTE – The KINDLE edition of this book present 25 Maps of the 50 that are included in the physical copy of the book.

The KINDLE edition of this book is for your reference only and is NOT intended for coloring within the device! It is a preview – its main intent is to show the designs that are available in the physical copy of the book.

You can get a PDF version of these Maps in a link at the end of the book so you can print them out and get coloring.

Have you ever tried coloring your own city? Now that is possible. 50 Maps of unknown lost cities in black and white color from view of dron in order to enhance your cartographic experience . These amazing 50 cities maps contains road and buildings at scale and you can discover surprising stories for each city describing how the city is or was, how the people live or lived in those lost cities. The book gives you the opportunity to rebuild this lost cities with the help of your creativity and find them in the depths of your art feelings. I invite you to be a crew member for this new adventure where you are the only explorer.

Each map looks for maintain a balance between body energy and mental energy, seeking equilibrium through mindfulness and stress relieving.

Printed on one side of each page
Helps to relax & boost your meditation
Helps to balance your body, your mind, your spirit and your energy
Give you the connection that you needed
Enhance your creativity
Encourage your self-expression

Author: Luis Felipe Mujica

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Washing Over Me by Benjamin Brook

***** 11 March 2016 marks the fifth anniversary of the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami. As well as the loss of life that this devastating event resulted in, hundreds of children also lost their parents and families. To support the orphans of this tragedy, any royalties received from the sale of this book over the next three months will be donated to the charity Aid For Japan www.aidforjapan.co.uk *****

Set against a backdrop of the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami of 2011, Washing Over Me is a tale of loss and love, of the destructive power of nature and the resilience of humankind.

In the height of the Tokyo summer, Shoichi sits at his wife’s bedside hoping that today will be the day when she wakes from her coma. Without Kimiko, he finds himself lost in the modern world. Frequently daydreaming, his mind wanders back through the past to key moments in their life together: breaded pork cutlets, unusually coloured tomatoes and the most beautiful sunrise he has ever seen. Shoichi also lives in fear. How will he cope with the loss of yet another person whom he loves so dearly?

In the depths of her mind, it is early spring and Kimiko is in Ofunato, a small coastal town in the northeast of Japan. As ten-year-old Kimiko wakes up that morning all she can think about is the cold and how much longer she can stay in bed before succumbing to the aroma from breakfast that is drifting up the stairs. Right up to the point when the earthquake strikes, she has no idea that this is the day when her world will be turned upside down. There is only one person who understands what she went through and she needs to get back to Shoichi, wherever and whenever he may be.

Author: Benjamin Brook

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Lost City Maps: A cartographic experience full of creativity: 25 stories about maps to enhance your creativity, peace and meditation capacity by Luis Felipe Mujica

IMPORTANT !
PLEASE NOTE – The KINDLE edition of this book present 25 Maps of the 50 that are included in the physical copy of the book.

The KINDLE edition of this book is for your reference only and is NOT intended for coloring within the device! It is a preview – its main intent is to show the designs that are available in the physical copy of the book.

You can get a PDF version of these Maps in a link at the end of the book so you can print them out and get coloring.

Have you ever tried coloring your own city? Now that is possible. 50 Maps of unknown lost cities in black and white color from view of dron in order to enhance your cartographic experience . These amazing 50 cities maps contains road and buildings at scale and you can discover surprising stories for each city describing how the city is or was, how the people live or lived in those lost cities. The book gives you the opportunity to rebuild this lost cities with the help of your creativity and find them in the depths of your art feelings. I invite you to be a crew member for this new adventure where you are the only explorer.

Each map looks for maintain a balance between body energy and mental energy, seeking equilibrium through mindfulness and stress relieving.

Printed on one side of each page
Helps to relax & boost your meditation
Helps to balance your body, your mind, your spirit and your energy
Give you the connection that you needed
Enhance your creativity
Encourage your self-expression

Author: Luis Felipe Mujica

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews