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Gold and Silver, Silver and Gold: Tales of Hidden &hellip by Alvin Schwartz
This has been my all-time favorite book since elementary school. I used to take it out of the library all the time. In it there are many different stories about hidden treasure. Some have endings, but most do not. If you like mysteries or like to hunt for treasure, you should definitely read this book.
A Field Guide to Cows: How to Identify and Appreci&hellip by John Pukite
3.0 out of 5 stars Ok..., March 17 2002
I have cows and live on a farm that was once a dairy farm. I purchased this book because I thought it might have some good pictures and information. I was 50% right. The information is very good. Each specific breed has it's own two pages to strut it's stuff. On the bottom of the page there is extra "did you know..." information. That is all really helpful. But the pictures. The pictures are all black and white. Even though it tells you what color the cow is, there should really be at least a couple real photographs. Other than the pictures, this is a really good book! Go for it!!
Red Eared Slider Turtles Real by Jordan Patterson
Red Eared Slider Turtles Real by Jordan Patterson
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I'm the classic "how much is that puppy in the window?" case. I was in New York city walking in China town when I happened upon a bowl full of baby red ears. I just had to 'save' one of these squirming babies. Then I was worry about how to feed, house, and generally take care of my turtle, who was looking up at me with those moist, cat-like eyes while we sat on the subway. I had no idea how big it would get, or what to keep it in, or what to feed it besides the turtle pellets I got ripped off on.
I tried websites about sliders, while my baby sat in his styrofoam enclosure with his bowl of water and pellets sprinkled around him. Then I found this book on… Read more