Air Nomad Symbol – Vector Unisex – Tshirt (L, White)

Air Nomad Symbol – Vector Unisex – Tshirt. The design is printed with new age printing technology, direct-to-garment. Customizable and Flexible- great for travel. Fitness is for everyone.

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  • Unisex Standard
  • Design on the Front.
  • The design is printed with new age printing technology, direct-to-garment.
  • Customizable and Flexible- great for travel.
  • Fitness is for everyone.

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Plain & Fancy: American Women and Their Needlework, 1700-1850

(Research, History) 9 1/4″ X 8 3/8″. Hardcover. PO Name. Some Writing on first page. Near Fine/Very Good.

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Bedouin Bedtime: Discover the simple, beautiful, bedtime routine of Bedouin nomads.

A picture book for children 0-6 yrs celebrating diversity and a fading, nomadic way of life. The book is set in the desert of Arabia and features the lifestyle Bedouin nomads, who have lived in the desert for thousands of years. The lifestyle is very much one connected to nature and the environment, so the story offers an alternative narrative, an antidote to a busy, competitive modern world. Ideal for toddlers or as a early reader book for older children.

The simple sentences and bold illustrations take the reader on a starry journey through the bedtime routine of Bedouin nomads.

Included after the story is a short section about Bedouin people, the word “Bismillah” and a note from the author.

As an e-book this is perfect to have with you for your little one when out and about exploring the world. After all who wants to carry a bag of books when travelling around or making a journey? Not to mention the trees you save.

Thank you for purchasing my work, and helping to increase diversity in children‘s picture books.

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Jungle: A Harrowing True Story of Survival in the Amazon

“A powerful story of self-discovery, survival in the wild.” —Los Angeles Times

Four travelers meet in Bolivia and set off into the heart of the Amazon rainforest, but what begins as a dream adventure quickly deteriorates into a dangerous nightmare, and after weeks of wandering in the dense undergrowth, the four backpackers split up into two groups. But when a terrible rafting accident separates him from his partner, Yossi is forced to survive for weeks alone against one of the wildest backdrops on the planet. Stranded without a knife, map, or survival training, he must improvise shelter and forage for wild fruit to survive. As his feet begin to rot during raging storms, as he loses all sense of direction, and as he begins to lose all hope, he wonders whether he will make it out of the jungle alive.

The basis of an upcoming motion picture, Jungle is the story of friendship and the teachings of nature, and a terrifying true account that you won’t be able to put down.

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Wall Art Print entitled JUHO KYYHKYNEN, LAPPLANDER AND POLAR NIGHT SKY by Celestial Images | 10 x 7

Poster Print entitled ‘JUHO KYYHKYNEN, LAPPLANDER AND POLAR NIGHT SKY’. Multiple sizes available. Primary colors within this image include: beautiful tones sure to enhance your space. Made in the USA. All products come with a 365 day workmanship guarantee. Archival-quality UV-resistant inks. Printed on high quality gloss finish paper with archival quality inks. Looks great in dorm rooms, kid rooms, offices, and more.

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  • Made in the USA. 365 day workmanship guarantee. Archival-quality UV-resistant inks. Latex-based and designed to last.
  • Material: Poster Paper
  • Shape: Horizontal
  • Subjects: N/A, N/A, N/A
  • Style: N/A

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Cinemascope

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Three Years on the Plains Observations of Indians, 1867-1870

INTRODUCTION The interest which boys are taking in all that relates to our Indian tribes, and the greediness they manifest in devouring the sensational stories published so cheaply, filling their imaginations with stories of wild Indian life on the plains and borders, without regard to their truthfulness, cannot but be harmful; and therefore the writer, after three years‘ experience on the plains, feels desirous of giving youthful minds a right direction, in a true history of the red men of our forests. Thus can they teach their children, in time to come, what kind of races have peopled this continent; especially before civilization had marked them for destruction, and their hunting-grounds for our possession. The rights and wrongs of the Indians should be told fairly, in order that justice may be done to such as have befriended the white men who have met the Indians in pioneer life, and been befriended often by the savage, since the Mayflower landed her pilgrims on these shores some two hundred and fifty years ago. The writer proposes now only a history of Indians since he began to know the “Six Nations” in Western New York, about forty years ago. Since then, these have dwindled down to a handful, and do not now exist in their separate tribal relations, but mixed in with others, far away from the beautiful lakes they once inhabited. WHERE DID THE INDIANS COME FROM? The origin of the native American Indian has puzzled the wisest heads. The most plausible theory seems to be that they are one of the lost tribes of Israel; that they crossed a narrow frith from the confines of Asia, and that their traditions, it is said, go far to prove it. For instance, the Sioux tell us that they were, many moons ago, set upon by a race larger in number than they, and were driven from the north in great fear, till they came to the banks of the North Platte, and finding the river swollen up to its banks, they were stopped there, with all their women, children, and horses. The enemy was pursuing, and their hearts grew white with fear. They made an offering to the Great Spirit, and he blew a wind into the water, so as to open a path on the bed of the river, and they all went over in safety, and the waters, closing up, left their enemies on the other side. This, probably, is derived from a tradition of their forefathers, coming down to them from the passing of the children of Israel through the Red Sea. Elias Boudinot, many years ago, and a minister in Vermont also, published books to show that the American Indians were a portion of the lost tribes, from resemblances between their religious customs and those of the Israelites. Later still, a converted Jew named Simon, undertook to identify the ancient South American races, Mexicans, Peruvians, etc., as descendants of ancient Israel, from similarity of language and of civil and religious customs. These authors have taken as their starting-point the resolution which, Esdras informs us (in the Apocrypha), the ten tribes took after being first placed in the cities of the Medes, viz., that they would leave the multitude of the heathen and go into a land wherein never mankind dwelt, that they might there keep their laws, which God gave them; and they suppose that, in pursuance of this resolution, the tribes continued in a northeasterly direction until they came to Behring Straits, which they crossed, and set foot on this continent, spreading over it from north to south, until, at the discovery of it by Columbus, they had peopled every part….

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Behind the Blue Veil

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BLUE PEOPLE OF THE WELL

Love for Jason, Alina to smile, wise up to bow down for Halid before his fate…

There, in the midst of a thumping sandstorm strengthened by the deep depths of the desert, the scent that reached him was somehow familiar. That very scent, rising when the dusts on the cracked earth embrace the first rain drops of the sky prevented him from breathing. That very scent he gasped, the extremely strong one and leaving him breathless, smothered him.

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The Way People Live – Life in Genghis Khan’s Mongolia

Known to history as bloodthirsty conquerors, the Mongols of the 12th and 13th centuries were a complex people who worshipped nature, revered their ancestors and respected the sanctity of the family at the same time as they enslaved children, plundered and slaughtered all who stood in their way.

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