The Day The Zoo Went Quiet

The Day The Zoo Went Quiet

For the animals at the zoo everyday was the same.

Author: Mony Doyle

Publisher: Bumblebee Books

ISBN: 1839342153

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Page: 36

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For the animals at the zoo everyday was the same. People, people and more people. What a bore! Until one day people stopped coming! What happened? What was this 'Corona' the zookeepers were talking about? Was it another animal? Come and join the animals as they try to make sense of it all and how they eventually realise that they really do miss us after all.
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A to Zoo Subject Access to Children s Picture Books 10th Edition

A to Zoo  Subject Access to Children s Picture Books  10th Edition

'Twas the Day before Zoo Day Jantzen, Doug. Henry Hyena ... Welcome to the
zoo Johnson, Mariana Ruiz. I know a bear ... Bad bears go visiting Bad bears in
the big city Irving and Muktuk Plant, David J. Hungry Roscoe Rathmann, Peggy.

Author: Rebecca L. Thomas

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 9781440834356

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 1636

View: 897

Whether used for thematic story times, program and curriculum planning, readers' advisory, or collection development, this updated edition of the well-known companion makes finding the right picture books for your library a breeze. • Offers easy subject access to children's picture books • Features a user-friendly organization • Provides in-depth indexing and full bibliographic detail
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

Zoo

Zoo

When I was born , my parents lived right across from the zoo . My mother , like all
the mothers around , would take her kid and go to the zoo , and that was a day
out with the kid . I remember coming to the zoo every day . I mean every day .

Author: Don Gold

Publisher: McGraw-Hill/Contemporary

ISBN: PSU:000017431101

Category: Science

Page: 405

View: 168

A behind-the-scenes look at zoos and zookeepers profiles the men and women who nurture and care for exotic, rare, and sometimes dangerous animals and provides a rare look at the creatures on view
Categories: Science

Class Two at the Zoo

Class Two at the Zoo

While the students and teachers of Class Two are absorbed in looking at various zoo animals, a sneaky anaconda gobbles them up, until Molly sees what is happening and saves the day.

Author: Julia Jarman

Publisher: Class One, Two & Three

ISBN: 0340911611

Category: Children's stories

Page: 32

View: 956

While the students and teachers of Class Two are absorbed in looking at various zoo animals, a sneaky anaconda gobbles them up, until Molly sees what is happening and saves the day.
Categories: Children's stories

A View from the Zoo

A View from the Zoo

He smiled again and pointed to the back of the barn and motioned for me to go
there . So we shoveled and hosed and scrubbed ... Finally , the zoo closed for the
day and we all went home exhausted and a little irritated . But that is how it was .

Author: Gary Richmond

Publisher: W Publishing Group

ISBN: 0849930847

Category: Religion

Page: 206

View: 158

Categories: Religion

Welcome to the Zoo

Welcome to the Zoo

Trapped by the Western Ghats, the clouds assembled overhead, swelling and
becoming darker as each day went by. The grown-ups looked at the skies and
exchanged knowledgeable opinions about when it would rain. We unpacked our
 ...

Author: Mishana Khot

Publisher: Mishana Khot

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 176

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Four scrappy kids romp through a series of adventures and mishaps, accompanied by a pint-sized mob of friends and pets. They devise sinister plots to kidnap the Tooth Fairy, dress up as Egyptian Mummies and leap out at unsuspecting strangers on dark nights, smuggle puppies into the house, drive their starchy governess to tears, and pummel each other in horrible wrestling matches. And that’s just the first few chapters. The Khot kids live inside an old Fort and spend their days rambling about in their overgrown garden or on the crumbling ramparts. They might not be very tall but that won’t stop them from getting into all kinds of scrapes. Set in small-town India of the early 90s, these stories will take you back to the simpler time of childhood, when all you needed to be happy was a pocket full of sweets and a dog by your side. What can you expect? • Unruly children up to dreadful tricks • Small-town charm and sibling bonding • Suitable for adults and kids • Not suitable for goody-two-shoes (either kids or parents)
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

The Zoo Job

The Zoo Job

So when Bobby, the brother-in-law in question, came to him with an investment
opportunity that was “guaranteed,” Jack heeded the advice of his sister and father
and went along with it. After all, Bobby was trustworthy and he knew his ass from
 ...

Author: Keith R.A. DeCandido

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9781101619360

Category: Fiction

Page: 304

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A new novel based on the hit TV series Leverage... The rich and powerful take what they want. We steal it back for you. THE ZOO JOB Marney Brillinger is in trouble. The zoo that has been in her family for generations is failing, and when she makes a deal with a Malanian priest to loan her two exotic black rhinos for a special exhibit, they never arrive. Now, she’s on the hook for hundreds of thousands of dollars to the priest, who was planning to use the money for sick children. Desperate, she turns to Nate Ford and his team for assistance. But finding two very large lost animals is no easy feat when the search involves duplicity—both international and close–to–home—and the unwelcome arrival of Nate’s nemesis, Interpol agent James Sterling. With Sterling around, if the team isn’t careful, they just might end up in cages of their own . . .
Categories: Fiction

Laz s Perfect State Machine

Laz s Perfect State Machine

The zookeepers spent the rest of the day getting to know the animals and getting
ready for the zoo's opening the following day. Laz stood in the middle of the zoo
and surveyed his creation. He knew he had made it! The next day, Laz went ...

Author: Minnie Swinburne

Publisher: Author House

ISBN: 9781456792947

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 52

View: 810

Meet Laz Ian Ventor, a Lazy Inventor. He’s house sitting for his friend when disaster strikes! In an attempt to solve his problem he creates a machine that makes everything perfect. Laz’s machine helps out a number of people, including the queen, things are happening that are beyond Laz’s wildest dreams and everything is perfect! That is, until there’s a problem with the machine. It’s obvious that something drastic must happen to put the world to rights once more. Will this Lazy Inventor’s only ever working machine have to be destroyed? Should he have never made it in the first place? And what will his friend say when she gets back to all that mess?
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

My Home in the Zoo

My Home in the Zoo

Fernandez , Annie ' s keeper , rehearsed her perfectly and all went well on the
day ; the Princess ' s amusement and astonishment being obvious . Another time
, when Sir Anthony Eden , then Prime Minister , visited the Kings Hall for a
political ...

Author: Gerald Iles

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015046353838

Category: Zoos

Page: 239

View: 350

Categories: Zoos

The Day That I Went To The Zoo

The Day That I Went To The Zoo

A Children's Picture book in rhyme about a little boy visiting the zoo

Author: Sheila Marcotte

Publisher: 2 Z Press LLC

ISBN: 1946908835

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 58

View: 654

A Children's Picture book in rhyme about a little boy visiting the zoo
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

The Herald

The Herald

ON FLAG DAY Flag Day is a very gay day , Everything has a very large ray ;
Flags are waving in the sky , For everyone knows nobody will sigh , On Flag Day .
... On Saturday I went in the water , but I came out very soon for the water was
quite cold . ... THE ZOO We had a zoo in our backyard , And gave each person a
little ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UVA:X030605919

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Pilgrims in the Zoo

Pilgrims in the Zoo

The day after my father left town , it was discovered that the hardware store had
been broken into and the safe robbed of several hundred dollars . Father was
employed there . The commanding officer ' s letter referred to my father as a
corporal ...

Author: Bruce Brooks

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015058066120

Category: Gays

Page: 164

View: 638

Categories: Gays

Herald

Herald

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015071500139

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Page:

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The Wonders of the Zoo

The Wonders of the Zoo

... disconsolate moods when he went to the gables on the day of the great match
between Westminster and St. Cyprian's . His schoolfellows would have said that
he was sulking when he left his favourite curry almost untasted , but the Colonel ...

Author: Lilian Gask

Publisher:

ISBN: OSU:32435066221128

Category: Animals

Page: 238

View: 606

Categories: Animals

Urban Legends

Urban Legends

The Rhino and the Crazy Glue A man just out of college was visiting a petting zoo
with his girlfriend when another couple ... A few moments after the rhino
collapsed, the laxative the zoo's vet had given Sally earlier in the day went into
action.

Author: Thomas J. Craughwell

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781603762632

Category: Fiction

Page: 688

View: 915

A fascinating, creepy, frightening, disgusting, and hilarious collection of some of the world's most popular and enduring tall tales. With themes that run the gamut from funny to sick, risqué to informative, and frightening to disgusting, Urban Legends features fantastic yarns that are remarkable for their uncanny ability to travel the world by word of mouth. We've all heard the one about the alligators that roam New York City's sewers, or how "Mikey" of Life Cereal fame died from eating Pop Rocks mixed with Coke. And what about the flustered parents who left their baby on the car roof, or the scuba diver who was found in the middle of a forest after a fire? These classic tall tales are featured here in all of their creepy glory along with hundreds of others, and they're guaranteed to amuse, enlighten, and intrigue, but be careful: they may stick in your mind forever.
Categories: Fiction

The Zoo was My World

The Zoo was My World

dignitaries ' cars snaked slowly behind zoo trucks , taking quiet back roads to the
new zoo . There , with TV ... Before the day was done , it was as though they had
never lived elsewhere . That first day went well . Some outsiders were surprised ...

Author: Wesley A. Young

Publisher:

ISBN: CORNELL:31924000011365

Category: Zoo animals

Page: 128

View: 468

The former director of the Los Angeles zoo tells of day to day experiences with the animals and how the entire zoo was moved to a new home.
Categories: Zoo animals

Tales from the Zoo Foo

Tales from the Zoo Foo

He went down the mountain to the side of the water and took out the magic
ribbon. He threw the pointed tip of the ribbon into the water and yelled, "Spirits in
the water! I have come here looking for a wife. Quickly, make a bridge for me!

Author: Brad Walden

Publisher:

ISBN: 0615124348

Category: Folklore

Page: 99

View: 592

Categories: Folklore

The Day by day Speller

The Day by day Speller

A Day at the Zoo THE STORY AND THE STUDY WORDS Have you been to the
zoo? I went last week. There are many animals at the zoo. The tigers are very
fierce. I am glad they are in a cage. I watched the keeper feed the bears. What a
big ...

Author: Jesse Homer Newlon

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105049203420

Category: English language

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Categories: English language

Crime Justice and Society

Crime  Justice  and Society

[ W ] e decided that the Detroit Zoo , followed by a movie , and perhaps dinner ,
would be both appropriate and appreciated . . . . It had never occurred to [ us ] . . .
that . . . ( Jimmy ) had never visited a city zoo . The day was absolutely perfect .

Author: Ronald J. Berger

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies

ISBN: STANFORD:36105060783730

Category: Crime

Page: 524

View: 168

This is a criminology text that is explicitly sociological in orientation and is designed to help students cultivate a sociological imagination to guide their thinking about crime and criminal justice. The book takes a critical approach and places questions of social inequality and power at the center of criminological inquiry. It views class, race/ethnicity, and gender as pivotal organizing principles of social life - prisms through which we come to know ourselves and our social world and as central mechanisms by which social relationships are patterned.
Categories: Crime