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Withlocals Highlights & Hidden Gems™: Best of P...
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Modern street art mixed with history, vibrant culture, and fascinating sights everywhere; Perth, is a magical place! On this private tour, get ready to discover the best highlights the city has to offer, as well as its unique hidden gems with your favorite local.Get ready to experience Perth the local way. Enjoy the city to the max and hear more about the origin, history, and culture of Perth. Check out public lanes bursting to the brim with murals and street art. ​See and touch Perth's ​history at the Court House from 1836, where exotic trees frame Central Perth's oldest surviving building.Follow your local host through Perth's streets and explore the historical Prohibited Area and its stories of Aboriginal struggles for justice. ​Stroll through the uniquely captivating Forrest Place and admire its organic sculpture.​ And step into the historic St. George's Cathedral for a lesson in some of Perth's most fascinating stories.

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Stand: 21.01.2021
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Let's Eat Snails!
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Let's Eat Snails takes young readers on an ethnic culinary adventure. In a Sicilian-American household, cooked snails are the ultimate treat, as one young visitor comes to delight in understanding. This captivating story serves up a lesson in the value of being open-minded and not being afraid of what you don't know.

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Stand: 21.01.2021
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Let's Eat Snails!
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Let's Eat Snails takes young readers on an ethnic culinary adventure. In a Sicilian-American household, cooked snails are the ultimate treat, as one young visitor comes to delight in understanding. This captivating story serves up a lesson in the value of being open-minded and not being afraid of what you don't know.

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 21.01.2021
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Who Left The Light On?
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From French author-illustrator duo Richard Marnier and Aude Maurel comes a captivating picture book about creativity, diversity, and self-expression. This is my town, simple and typical. Each house has a door, two windows, a red roof -all so predictable But then one night... someone leaves on their light! And in the morning, what a shock! The shutters are sealed tight! Who is that who lives next door? We've never seen anything like this before! In a town where everyone follows the rules, one neighbor's decision to leave the light on at night completely disrupts the neighborhood, sparking a creative revolution. Vibrant, poetic, and fun, Who Left the Light On? playfully teaches the powerful lesson that diversity, creativity, and individuality should be celebrated.

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 21.01.2021
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Who Left The Light On?
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From French author-illustrator duo Richard Marnier and Aude Maurel comes a captivating picture book about creativity, diversity, and self-expression. This is my town, simple and typical. Each house has a door, two windows, a red roof -all so predictable But then one night... someone leaves on their light! And in the morning, what a shock! The shutters are sealed tight! Who is that who lives next door? We've never seen anything like this before! In a town where everyone follows the rules, one neighbor's decision to leave the light on at night completely disrupts the neighborhood, sparking a creative revolution. Vibrant, poetic, and fun, Who Left the Light On? playfully teaches the powerful lesson that diversity, creativity, and individuality should be celebrated.

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 21.01.2021
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Me Too, Extraordinary, Everyday Stories That Co...
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Have you ever....Been so happy you cried... Felt awkward and embarrassed... Regretted not saying something... Found unexpected joy helping others... Learned a profound lesson from a child... Had a near death experience... Lost someone you love... ME TOO! This book of true stories captures touching, spiritual and funny moments. They are observations from the life of a man, who, through his work as a speaker, actor, and volunteer has had captivating experiences that evoke universal themes. They will leave you thinking, "Me too." 1. Language: English. Narrator: Tim Cusack. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/007132/bk_acx0_007132_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
Stand: 21.01.2021
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A Regency Match , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 442min
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In this captivating Regency romance by award-winning author Elizabeth Mansfield, a woman decides to teach a proper-to-a-fault nobleman a lesson in love that he will never forget. Sophia Edgerton knows how to make an entrance. Yet even she isn't prepared for the consequences when she throws herself into the arms of a total stranger at a society ball, mistaking him for her long-lost cousin. Marcus Harvey, fifth Earl of Wynwood, responds with a remark that sets the ton abuzz. Determined to teach the arrogant nobleman a lesson, Sophy devises an exquisite payback to take place at the earl's ancestral estate. A party at Wynwood Hall is the event of the season, and tongues are soon wagging amid rumors of shocking behavior and scandalous liaisons. But when a betrothal is announced, the tables are suddenly turned. For Sophy has gone and done the unthinkable: She's lost her heart to a man who doesn't believe in love. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Penny Scott-Andrews. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/022060/bk_adbl_022060_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
Stand: 21.01.2021
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Native American Myths
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Explore Captivating Native American Myths Three captivating manuscripts in one book:Native American Mythology: Captivating Myths of Indigenous Peoples from North America Cherokee Mythology: Captivating Myths and Legends of a Native American Tribe Choctaw Mythology: Captivating Myths from the Choctaw and Other Indigenous Peoples from the Southeastern United States Part of the history of Indigenous cultures is, of course, their traditions of storytelling. Myths, legends, and folktales all play important roles in explaining how the world came to be the way it is, as well as giving listeners entertainment with humorous or scary stories, or giving them role models to look up to in hero tales. The author of this book has endeavored to provide at least one myth from every major culture group in North America: Arctic, Subarctic, Plateau, Northwest Coast, Great Basin, Great Plains, California, Southwest, Southeast, and Northeast Forest. Of the many different genres of story available, four are chosen for this present volume. The first has to do with the origins of things, either of the world in its entirety or some aspect thereof that was significant to the people who created the story. The other side of creation is death, and so the second section concerns tales of ghosts and monsters, some terrifying, some friendly, some the victims of prank-playing living people. However, out of the acts of destruction wrought by supernatural beings there is often something new created or a change worked that is necessary for the world to function properly. Tricksters and heroes occupy the third and fourth sections of the book, respectively. Coyote is, of course, a favorite trickster character for most North American Indigenous groups, while Raven is important to peoples in the Pacific Northwest and Arctic regions. Beaver is a trickster for the Nez Perce of the Columbia River Plateau, and for the Pomo of California, little Woodrat also lives by his wits. These tricksters are by turns clever, gullible, victor, and victim, but always there is a moral lesson to be learned from the stories of their adventures. The final section of the book presents stories of Indigenous heroes. Many of these heroes are shared by multiple cultures, usually within the same or adjacent culture areas. Some of the topics and myths covered in manuscript 1 of this book include:Origins Ghosts and Monsters Trickster Tales Hero Tales And much, much more! Some of the topics and myths covered in manuscript 2 of this book include:Why the Possum's Tail is Bare Kanati and Selu The Tlanuwa and the Uktena Two Tales of Snake Transformations The Daughter of the Sun The Ball Game of the Birds and Animals How Disease and Medicine Came to Be And much more! Some of the topics and myths covered in manuscript 3 of this book include:Choctaw Myths and Legends Legends from Other Southern Tribes So if you want to learn about Native American Myths, scroll up and click the "add to cart" button!

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 21.01.2021
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Native American Myths
22,99 € *
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Explore Captivating Native American Myths Three captivating manuscripts in one book:Native American Mythology: Captivating Myths of Indigenous Peoples from North America Cherokee Mythology: Captivating Myths and Legends of a Native American Tribe Choctaw Mythology: Captivating Myths from the Choctaw and Other Indigenous Peoples from the Southeastern United States Part of the history of Indigenous cultures is, of course, their traditions of storytelling. Myths, legends, and folktales all play important roles in explaining how the world came to be the way it is, as well as giving listeners entertainment with humorous or scary stories, or giving them role models to look up to in hero tales. The author of this book has endeavored to provide at least one myth from every major culture group in North America: Arctic, Subarctic, Plateau, Northwest Coast, Great Basin, Great Plains, California, Southwest, Southeast, and Northeast Forest. Of the many different genres of story available, four are chosen for this present volume. The first has to do with the origins of things, either of the world in its entirety or some aspect thereof that was significant to the people who created the story. The other side of creation is death, and so the second section concerns tales of ghosts and monsters, some terrifying, some friendly, some the victims of prank-playing living people. However, out of the acts of destruction wrought by supernatural beings there is often something new created or a change worked that is necessary for the world to function properly. Tricksters and heroes occupy the third and fourth sections of the book, respectively. Coyote is, of course, a favorite trickster character for most North American Indigenous groups, while Raven is important to peoples in the Pacific Northwest and Arctic regions. Beaver is a trickster for the Nez Perce of the Columbia River Plateau, and for the Pomo of California, little Woodrat also lives by his wits. These tricksters are by turns clever, gullible, victor, and victim, but always there is a moral lesson to be learned from the stories of their adventures. The final section of the book presents stories of Indigenous heroes. Many of these heroes are shared by multiple cultures, usually within the same or adjacent culture areas. Some of the topics and myths covered in manuscript 1 of this book include:Origins Ghosts and Monsters Trickster Tales Hero Tales And much, much more! Some of the topics and myths covered in manuscript 2 of this book include:Why the Possum's Tail is Bare Kanati and Selu The Tlanuwa and the Uktena Two Tales of Snake Transformations The Daughter of the Sun The Ball Game of the Birds and Animals How Disease and Medicine Came to Be And much more! Some of the topics and myths covered in manuscript 3 of this book include:Choctaw Myths and Legends Legends from Other Southern Tribes So if you want to learn about Native American Myths, scroll up and click the "add to cart" button!

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 21.01.2021
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