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Erik is now eleven years old and gets strange dreams about Skogul and other creatures. He is concerned about the Earth's future. He stands of choice if he need help or not. How will Erik and Slime able to defeat Skogul who gets stronger and bigger, or is someone else behind Skoguls wrath? From 12 years and above. Book 2
A follow up to Tyger Tyger finds Tea, Finn and Aiden returning to school after fleeing the Mag Mell only to be targeted by Tea's goblin cousins, who plot to torture her friends and family while she resists her evolving nature as a wild Stormrider.
From the late eighteenth century, Germans increasingly identified the fate of their nation with that of their woodlands. A variety of groups soon mobilized the 'German forest' as a national symbol, though often in ways that suited their own social, economic, and political interests. The German Forest is the first book-length history of the development and contestation of the concept of 'German' woodlands. Jeffrey K. Wilson challenges the dominant interpretation that German connections to nature were based in agrarian romanticism rather than efforts at modernization. He explores a variety of conflicts over the symbol — from demands on landowners for public access to woodlands, to state attempts to integrate ethnic Slavs into German culture through forestry, and radical nationalist visions of woodlands as a model for the German 'race'. Through impressive primary and archival research, Wilson demonstrates that in addition to uniting Germans, the forest as a national symbol could also serve as a vehicle for protest and strife.
Six young friends tackle the evil palm oil baron who is burning down the forest to plant palm oil. With help from their parents, villagers, indigenous people and the creatures of the forest, they save the precious forest, and the Prime Minister places a preservation order on it. A first class story, it has all the elements children love: adventure, slapstick humor. camaraderie and, finally, sweet victory. A David and Goliath theme, it has strong ecological message, encouraging children to save and preserve the rainforests. “A book to curl up with.”
A centuries old prophecy is about to be fulfilled and the only one that doesnt know about it, is the one man that has everything to do with it, CYPHER. In Ukeria, a land segregated by species and hate, an ancient prophecy has begun. Cypher emerges in a land that he doesnt recognize. He doesnt know who he is or where he came from. He meets an imp named Waljan who promises to take him back to his human village only to turn him over to the Groenuho tribe. While in captivity, he learns of the prophecy and the fear that he strikes amongst the people across the land, for he is the one that will destroy their world. After escaping death and the Groenuho, he meets other creatures that are willing to do whatever it takes to stop him from fulfilling the prophecy. Confused and lost he continues to find help from a select few of creatures, while trying to find his purpose in the land of Ukeria. In a struggle to escape death and avoid his part in the prophecy, Cypher turns out to be more than what the creatures of Ukeria could ever imagine.
Gameknight999 reenters Minecraft to find it completely changed. There are new monsters that he’s never seen before: giants and skeleton druids and pinch beetles and king spiders and mistwolves. Villages are larger than ever, and more heavily fortified; Minecraft had become much more dangerous. Even the very trees had changed, with some of them reaching up taller than the User-that-is-not-a-user ever thought was imaginable. There’s a diamond block portal outside of Crafter’s village, and rumors are spreading that a strange user was seen coming out of the portal with a young boy, before they disappeared into another portal, leaving behind a square hole one block deep with a ring of flowers around it. Gameknight recognizes it as the portal to reach the Twilight Forest mod. But how can there be mods here in the vanilla Minecraft? The User-that-is-not-a-user follows the trail, and finds odd mentions of “303” and “White Castle.” But what do the clues mean? Just how dangerous is this new user to Minecraft, and where is he taking the young NPC? Only Gameknight999 will be able to find out. Sky Pony Press, with our Good Books, Racehorse and Arcade imprints, is proud to publish a broad range of books for young readers—picture books for small children, chapter books, books for middle grade readers, and novels for young adults. Our list includes bestsellers for children who love to play Minecraft; stories told with LEGO bricks; books that teach lessons about tolerance, patience, and the environment, and much more.In particular, this adventure series is created especially for readers who love the fight of good vs. evil, magical academies like Hogwarts in the Harry Potter saga, and games like Minecraft, Terraria, and Pokemon GO. While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.
Deciduous forests have been remarkably resilient throughout their history, recovering from major shifts in climate and surviving periods of massive deforestation. But today the world’s great forests confront more ominous threats than ever before. This visionary book is the first to examine forests consisting of oaks, maples, hickories, beeches, chestnuts, birches and ecologically similar animals and plants on three continents—East Asia, Europe, and North America—to reveal their common origin back in time, the ecological patterns they share, and the approaches to conservation that have been attempted on their behalf. Although these forests face common problems, threats due to human activities vary. Different land use and agricultural practices on the three continents, as well as different attitudes about what is worth preserving, have led to strikingly different approaches to forest conservation. Robert Askins explores the strengths and weaknesses of conservation efforts across the continents and concludes that the ideal strategy for the future will blend the best ideas from each.

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