|Author:||Brian R. Ward|
|Title:||Tunas (Nature's Children)|
|Format:||mobi doc lrf azw|
|ePUB size:||1443 kb|
|FB2 size:||1877 kb|
|DJVU size:||1465 kb|
|Category:||Education and Reference|
|Publisher:||Grolier Academic Reference (February 1, 1999)|
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Describes the physical characteristics, natural habitat, behavior, diet, and world distribution of tunas.
Tunas (Nature's Children): ISBN 9780717293704 (978-0-7172-9370-4) Hardcover, Grolier Academic Reference, 1999. Founded in 1997, BookFinder. Learn More at LibraryThing. Brian R Ward at LibraryThing.
Brian R. Ward’s most popular book is Epidemic (DK Eyewitness). Tunas by. Brian R. Ward.
Nature's Children: Tunas 7 copies. The skeleton and movement (The human body) 7 copies. First fun science encyclopedia 6 copies. Ward is currently considered a "single author. If one or more works are by a distinct, homonymous authors, go ahead and split the author. Ward is composed of 2 names. You can examine and separate out names.
It paints a beautiful picture on animals an nature and it is highly scientific, and written in a way that won't confuse your child. I have taught science in the past and I am currently reading all the books and taking notes, so that I can teach the material in my classes. I bought three entire sets, kept one for me and my children and the other two I gave them as gifts. If the whole set is being sold for 100 bucks it is a steal! You will never find a complete quality set of books like this.
Books by Brian R. Ward, Human Body (The Human Body), Birth and growth, Epidemic, The eye and seeing, The skeleton and movement, Dental care, Body maintenance, The aquarium fish survival manual.
Mother Nature's Cheerful Children. Mrs. Bunnykins' Busy Day. The Muffin Shop. My Book of Cats and Dogs. Nature Stories for Children. Nature's Wonder Book. The Neatness of Bobby Coon. Nellie's Christmas Eve. New Adventures of Alice. A New Story of Peter Rabbit.
Brian Little, boy soprano, began singing on stage at age two and, even though puberty eventually stole his voice and left him with an utterly mediocre baritone, he’s still wowing university crowds all these years later. His children have a theory about his teaching, he says. They say it’s my way of singing. There is more to it than that, of course.