page is neatly rhymed and illustrated by an inclusive array of children--at play, having fun, being affectionate, helpful or dreaming.
The History of Seaham Harbour Cricket Club, by Alan HW Smith, and South Northumberland 150 Not Out, by Duncan D Stephen, are well-illustrated
histories featuring the tales and personalities -- some famous, some not so famous -- involved with these two clubs.
Magnetos and Magneto Service book, first published in 1942, this 46-page book has seven well-illustrated
chapters on inductor type, flywheel type, Wico EK, magnetizing, building a magnet charger, magnetizing equipment and fine points on service.
In this well-illustrated
tutorial on using the latest version of Adobe's leading editing software, Botello, a professional designer for the entertainment industry, covers its features for both rookies and advanced users.
Veterinary Techniques for Llamas and Alpacas presents a complete, well-illustrated
manual for veterinary techniques in llamas and alpacas, provides specific and detailed advice on particular procedures, and covers basic to advanced techniques--all with color photos throughout and website-supported information offering videos of many of the procedures.
The many accessories made for the Carbine are well-illustrated
, as are its variants, and the sections are separated by a selection of photos of the Carbine in action.
book gives the reader a fascinating insight into the characters and places which feature throughout the books and TV spin-offs.
As always, she turns facts into entertainment in this child-friendly, well-researched, and well-illustrated
book, which is organized by the characteristics of elephants.
It is well-illustrated
and includes essay, multiple choice, and case study questions at the conclusion of each chapter.
This clearly written, well-illustrated
book (appropriate for middle- and high-schoolers) would guide students wishing to draw or paint things in perspective.
book by professional historian and former RAHS councillor Terry Kass covers far more than the careers of the 27 Surveyors General over the last 200 years.
Lots of tables, checklists, factfiles and well-illustrated