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The Creature Garden takes you on a step-by-step expedition through the natural world, teaching you how to draw and paint 50 animals in a whimsical folk-art style. Your guides on this journey are the husband-and-wife illustrator team Harry and Zanna Goldhawk, the founders of Papio Press, who will teach you how to make vibrant paintings of beasts—both real and imagined. Learn to create: MAMMALS, including big cats, wolves, sloths, and red pandas MARINE LIFE, including whales, sea dragons, narwhals, and giant Pacific octopi BIRDS, including peacocks, cranes, owls, and flamingos INSECTS, including butterflies, moths, bumblebees, and damselflies MYTHICAL CREATURES, including mermaids, unicorns, and dragons AND MORE! Each project takes you through every step of the artistic process, from creating an outline to adding a realistic animal pattern, along with suggestions for materials and helpful techniques. Full of lush warmth and fairy-tale wonder, The Creature Garden is a wonderful addition to the repertoire of both seasoned artists and novices alike.
In his clear and readable, style Walter Brueggemann presents Genesis as a single book set within the context of the whole of biblical revelation. He sees his task as bringing the text close to the faith and ministry of the church. He interprets Genesis as a proclamation of God's decisive dealing with creation rather than as history of myth. Brueggemann's impressive perspective illuminates the study of the first book of the Bible. Interpretation: A Bible Commentary for Teaching and Preaching is a distinctive resource for those who interpret the Bible in the church. Planned and written specifically for teaching and preaching needs, this critically acclaimed biblical commentary is a major contribution to scholarship and ministry.
The world oldest mystery is now told from a new perspective, the battle of Good versus Evil. Or is it Evil versus Good. Take the journey with Zebus to discover the beast that casted a shadow over his life and force him to reexamine the course he would travel. In his own words written in his journal, he tells a tale few were willing to hear or even consider. There are always two sides to a story after reading this one; you may ask yourself “whose shadow do you cast?”
David Massa, is back on earth. He has written his book; THE LOST SCROLLS OF SHOMAIA. now enjoys his life with, Jessica, and his daughter, Pearl. Jessica does not believe in Shomaia until the whole family of LOHOS, the hero of Shomaia take a surprise journey.SHOMAIA is now a modern planet, known by the name DORANO. The three meet a friendly couple. Here they learn about the nations and cultures and many beliefs concerning Salthasos from the many groups of this extraordinary world.
In "Goldie's Garden" a yellow Labrador retriever and four siblings are born to "Daisey, in an animal shelter. the pups open their eyes, and each of them is tied with a different color ribbon, for identification. Goldie is adopted by Josh, 13 years old, a member of the Flowers family, who lives in Biloxi, Ms. Goldie becomes a larger part of the family as times evolve. Her main task is to watch over her adopted mother's fruit and vegetable garden. Josh drops out of college only 2 weeks after the tragedy of 9/11, joins the Marines, and is stationed in Afghanistan. The story shifts to and from fields of battle, where Josh becomes a young man, and the Flowers, now extended family, due to a death, and consequent moving to Biloxi by Josh's Grandmother, Doris, and cousin, Connie. Doris likes wine, cigars, and men, not particularly in that order, but she provides tons of comedy, without trying to. Josh's sister, Jessica grows from a spoiled brat, as a youngster, to a much more mature young woman, not without a few bumps in the road, after Josh leaves for the Marines. Josh gets wounded after two years and is discharged. Now, he, Connie, and Jess, have to figure out their long term plans. Josh is a few years older than the girls, but they are both Seniors in high school, so these decisions take place very close together. At different times in the book Goldie is faced with danger to one of the family members and always comes through, helping them weather a crisis.
Time and again, the children from Knight's Castle have longed for another magic adventure. But you can't find magic just anywhere. It doesn't just grow like grass. It requires the right place and the right time— Or thyme, as the case may be. For at Mrs. Whiton's house, magic grows wild as the fragrant banks of thyme in her garden. Eliza insists that time doesn't grow, it flies—yet growing in the garden is olden time, future time, and common time. Or so says the Natterjack, the odd toadlike creature who presides over the garden and accompanies the kids on a series of perilous, hilarious, always unpredictable adventures. "Anything can happen," the Natterjack says with a wink, "when you have all the time in the world."

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