The Snake and the Spider

The Snake and the Spider

“This here's Snake,” Spider said, making the introduction brief. “This is Daryl and Jim.” Snake was at least ten years older than Spider and Bob guessed Jim and Daryl probably wondered why the older man would be interested in a teenage ...

Author: Karen Kingsbury

Publisher: Rosetta Books

ISBN: 9781629211374

Category: True Crime

Page: 347

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A New York Times–bestselling author and former Los Angeles Times reporter chronicles the murder and abduction of two teens during a dream spring break vacation. Best friends Daryl Barber and James Boucher were responsible, and their parents trusted them to spend Spring Break at Daytona Beach unchaperoned. When the boys missed their agreed-upon daily check-ins, their parents were disappointed. When they failed to come home on their planned return date, their parents were terrified. They could not have known that their innocent sons would encounter two violent men on the Florida coast. They could not have imagined the torture their children would endure before their bodies turned up four months later in a Florida swamp. What starts as a dream vacation, ended as every parent’s worst nightmare . . . New York Times–bestselling author Karen Kingsbury narrates the tragic tale of a road trip gone horribly wrong in this not-to-be missed true crime novel.
Categories: True Crime

The Spider s Tale

The Spider s Tale

In these dreams a snake argues with a spider; the snake seems to take the side of the Recent killers, while the spider condemns, not the Recents, but the snake—for encouraging the killings. The snake laughs at the spider.

Author: J. B. James

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781483654225

Category: Fiction

Page: 128

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The Spiders Tale, Book One, is the first of four novels spanning the last 26,000 years revealing the four lives of a Neanderthal / Cro-Magnon hybrid named NKeeDoo. Book One tells of NKeeDoos first life and details how he was born, his childhood, how he became a godling and his escape from the genocide of his Neanderthal brethren by our ancestors. The reader is in for a treat of thought - provoking epic proportions. Enjoy, if you will.
Categories: Fiction

Ready to Go Guided Reading Analyze Grades 3 4

Ready to Go Guided Reading  Analyze  Grades 3   4

Spiders. to be surprised. If it feels cornered, the * snake first curves itself into an S shape. " Then, it lifts its upper body off the ... Then, the spider spins several silk threads from its home • * * * * - A. Spiders to be.

Author: Pamela Walker McKenzie

Publisher: Carson-Dellosa Publishing

ISBN: 9781483846071

Category: Education

Page: 80

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Guided Reading: Analyze for third and fourth grades includes 36 nonfiction readers—six sets of two each for below-, on-, and above-level student readers. The readers in this reading comprehension resource book feature informational text about nocturnal animals, movies, Australia, space, and more. Ready to Go: Guided Reading: Analyze provides everything you need to complete comprehensive guided reading lesson plans including: -discussion guides -prompts to encourage students to work with the text -leveled readers with intriguing topics -graphic organizers and an observation sheet Separated into three readability levels, these informational readers capture students’ attention with graphic charts, high-interest topics, colorful photos, and detailed maps. Students are encouraged to apply guided reading strategies to the text and respond to a writing prompt at the end of each reader. Available for grades 1–6, the 12-book Ready to Go: Guided Reading series promotes close reading by providing everything you need for leveled reading success. Each 80-page reading comprehension resource book features three reproducible pages, six discussion guides, and 36 readers. Each grade span includes four books, focusing on the following reading comprehension strategies: -Analyze -Determine Importance -Synthesize -Visualize Perfect for differentiation, each reader contains short nonfiction texts and text features such as photographs, charts, maps, and vocabulary banks.
Categories: Education

In the Spider s Web

In the Spider s Web

The spider flinched at the vibration and Earin controlled the urge to smack the kid. Well, at least I know the spider is alive. The boy's mother called out to him that they were going to see the snakes now, so he stopped tapping and ...

Author: K.M. Outten

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781462832514

Category: Fiction

Page: 274

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It has been ten years since Roxanne Black left the Land. Ten years since Lord Earin followed her Ten years since the destruction of the Betrayer Ten years since Snake decided to let Commander Gabriel teach her to love, again In that time many changes have taken place. High Lord Brennen, exhausted by two battles with the Betrayer and years of service to the Land, has retired to the Silver Forest to live out the rest of his days in peace. Lord Anjalina has taken his place as High Lord of the Land; an excellent decision in all eyes for she has strength, wisdom, cunning, and incredible skills. Roxannes former page, Sage, has just completed his training as a Lord, training he began ten years ago when Roxie returned home. Sage has amazed all with his natural abilities and the speed and ease with which he mastered all the necessary training to become a Lord. All, but Shylark, the leader of the fairies. Shylark simply smiled knowingly whenever another fairy or Lord commented on Sages abilities. Sage not only completed the training in half the normal time; he has demonstrated powers and skills greater than any Lord who has come before him. He understands things with greater clarity than the others, manipulates spells by himself that normally require more than one Lord, and has an uncanny ability to know what those around him are thinking. There are those who whisper that this all has something to do with his relationship and closeness to Roxanne. Sage simply calls it synergy. Quain, who was one time High Lord Brennens page, has also been in training as a Lord. Though not as fast or naturally talented as Sage, Quain is determined and strong. The fairies feel that he may be the only one who can keep Sages magnificent gifts in balance. General Sabastian has also retired to the Silver Forest with his good friend former High Lord Brennen, leaving Commander Gabriel in control of all the military forces of the Land. It is rumored among his men that when General Sabastian gave Gabriel his new title of General, he smiled a cocky smile and said, I prefer the title Lord High Executioner, thank you. No one doubts the accuracy of this account. Gabriel has adopted another title as well in the last ten years. He is now known as daddy. Shortly after the end of the Betrayer, Snake discovered she was pregnant. Nine months later, Gabriel was the proud father of twins, a boy they named Cole, and a girl they named Natalia. To this day, Snake is still attempting to come to terms with her new role of mommy. It may well prove to be the one thing she cannot master. And then there is Snake Although it is whispered in dark corners that she is kinder and more forgiving these last ten years, there are none that would dare speak that thought in a voice she might hear. She is still a ghost with a past protected by walls that not even Gabriel himself has been able to penetrate. Not yet. On the other side of the cosmic gap between realities a mere ten weeks have passed for Roxanne and Lord Earin. Since their return to this reality, they have managed to win the lottery, with a little help from fairy magic, buy a plantation just outside of New Orleans so that Roxie can visit historical haunted places, and even get married. The pendant of the Chosen still hangs around Roxies neck. She never even tried to take it off after the destruction of the Betrayer. But, that has worked to her benefit, as she has been able to maintain a distant mental connection with Gabe and Snake, who still wear their pendants, too. They cant hold the detailed and colorful conversations of their past, but they can send and receive images. Roxie nearly fell over when she learned of the twins. Yes, in ten years or ten weeks, a lot of good things had come to pass. That would only make it that much more painful when evil returned with a vengeance
Categories: Fiction

Big Snake

Big Snake

'As I tried to explain, I'm interested in snakes, pythons. Big pythons.' 'Ah, python? ... Then he hurried me round to the glass cabinet with the snakeskins. ... 'In fact, man can stand most kind of bite from snake and spider.

Author: Robert Twigger

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9780297863915

Category: Travel

Page: 320

View: 356

Robert Twigger goes to the Far East in search of the world's longest snake - 'echoes of Gerald Durrell's trips crossed with Redmond O'Hanlon's foray into the heart of Borneo . . . a fantastic book' DAILY MAIL About to be married, Robert Twigger decides on his last great adventure as a bachelor. Surfing the net, he discovers the Roosevelt Prize - worth $50,000 - for the capture of a live 30 foot python. Armed only with a tin of High Toast Snuff (deadly if sniffed by a snake), Twigger sets off into the remote jungles of Indonesia in search of his prey. Along the way, he investigates the legendarily beautiful women of Sulawesi, treads in Nabokov's footsteps, looks for giant snakes beneath the sewers of Kuala Lumpur, and spends time with a variety of snake catchers and cults. After being caught up in anti-Chinese riots and surviving on greasy civet cat in the jungle, Twigger finally comes face to face with the big one; but the final capture is not quite what he had in mind.
Categories: Travel

Talks on snake poisons spider poisons metals acids nosodes used as homoeopathic medicines

Talks on snake poisons  spider poisons  metals  acids   nosodes used as homoeopathic medicines

P. Krishna Kumar. Snake Spider Poisons & Used as Metals , Acids & Nosodes Homoeopathic Medicines P. Krishna Kumar TALKS ON Snake Poisons , Spider Poisons , Metals ,. Front Cover.

Author: P. Krishna Kumar

Publisher: B. Jain Publishers

ISBN: 8170217008

Category: Medical

Page: 88

View: 957

The author has given a clear and decisive manner of selecting remedies based on his own successful application. It gives an elaborate idea of characteristics of all remedies, their Pathogenesis and sphere of action. Essentially a therapeutics guide concerned with remedy differentiation. Tried and tested sources such as Boericke, Allen, Bidwell and Hering are drawn from. The most premier and important 44 remedies from our Materia Medica and 22 eliminating rubrics from the repertory have been incorporated in this book. The book has also got a therapeutic index classified under various heads for grouping of the symptoms.
Categories: Medical

The Snake

The Snake

Welcome to the world of John Crompton, a world full of wit and rare esteemfor the earth's creatures.

Author: John Crompton

Publisher:

ISBN: PSU:000016162174

Category: Snakes

Page: 254

View: 185

Welcome to the world of John Crompton, a world full of wit and rare esteemfor the earth's creatures. And travel with Crompton through the complex and engrossing world of spiders and snakes. you would not ordinarily expect to find a book about spiders or snakes engaging, but Crompton looks at these creatures in a unique and highly entertaining way, engaging your interest with his acute observation, anecdotal style, authoritative judgements, and above all his deep love and admiration for the natural world.
Categories: Snakes

Introduction to Psychology

Introduction to Psychology

In the photo at right, a nonfrightened person (model) holds a huge spider while a woman (observer) looks on in fear. ... We'll explain how these processes operate in decreasing fear of spiders and snakes. 4 Motivation The observer must ...

Author: Rod Plotnik

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9781285663401

Category: Psychology

Page: 752

View: 455

Featuring a look and style that's more like a magazine than a textbook, Plotnik's INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY, Tenth Edition will draw you in and show you how exciting the study of psychology can be. This modular, visual approach to the fundamentals of psychology--the pioneer of the visual or magazine style approach--makes even the toughest concepts engaging and entertaining. Each and every page is individually planned, written, and formatted to effectively incorporate the use of Visual Cues, which help you to better remember information. Extensively updated, the text also utilizes chunking, a method of breaking concepts down into small, easily digested sections that help you learn at your own pace. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Categories: Psychology

Long Distance Hiking

Long Distance Hiking

Considering the above numbers, worrying about snake and spider bites and scorpion stings while hiking in the United States should occupy a small portion of the distance hiker's brain. Nonetheless, getting bitten, seriously or not, ...

Author: Dan Feldman

Publisher: Stackpole Books

ISBN: 9780811712279

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 224

View: 178

• The how-to book for long-distance hikers who want to finish • Tips to help aspiring long-distance hikers succeed, from determining nutrition of trail foods to dealing with the elements and medical challenges • The first book to catalog the on-trail skills essential to long-distance hiking—setting up camp, dealing with blisters and chafing, avoiding repetitive stress injury • Instructive feedback from thru-hikers on the AT and PCT on gear, food, and more
Categories: Sports & Recreation