Whether you have just welcomed a new kitten into your home, or adopted an older cat, My Cat's First Year is your special keepsake to record this magical memory and many more, from their hilarious misadventures and resting positions, to their favourite toys and places to be stroked, and to the first `present' they bring you!
A comprehensive guide to the fishes of the Okavango Delta and Chobe River, this book offers background information on the diverse aquatic habitats of the region and on fish feeding, breeding and survival strategies.
The lovable basset hound on the front cover welcomes you in to 64 blank pages that can be filled with phone numbers, important dates, art sketches, inspiring thoughts, or anything else you want to jot down.
With easy-to-follow steps and realistic coloring suggestions on the inside covers, this outstanding guide will show you how to draw 15 different breeds of horses: Appaloosa, Clydesdale, Morgan, and more. Includes completed illustrations to color and 30 perforated practice pages.
Sometimes you can choose your family... by choosing to love a cat! But just because they're animals it doesn't mean they won't be as complex and individual as anyone else around. Our cats can be so good, and then they can be not-so-good, but boy do they give us great stories! This collection of 101 funny, heartwarming, and sometimes mindboggling stories is all about all the very good, very bad, simply amazing things our cats do.
They come in all shapes, sizes, and personalities. From si
In this engaging work Dorothy Stuart introduces us to cats in history and literature. From Ancient Egypt we move to the Gib of Gammer Gurton's Needle. Hodge and Selima and Dinah refuse to be left out; but there are less familiar examples, too: the cat which voluntarily shared the Earl of Southampton's captivity in the Tower and many other examples.
Connemara Mollie - Holiday reads and travel literature by Hilary Bradt about her riding adventures in western Ireland with Mollie, her equine partner. Covering routes in Counties Galway, Mayo, Kerry and Clare, Bradt recounts encounters with local people, beautiful landscapes, wildlife and rural history, and tragic events along the way.