books about: close-ups
Let's Look at the Garden (First Discovery Close-Ups)
The garden is full of plant and animal life. See a butterfly and a ladybird through a magnifying glass in the transparent pages of this book.
Interviews with TV legends! Bewitched/Designing Women: Alice Ghostley The Big Valley: Peter Breck Father Knows Best / The Andy Griffith Show: Elinor Donahue Hazel: Lynn Borden Hazel: Ray Fulmer I Love Lucy: Keith Thibodeaux The Jeffersons / 227: Marla Gibbs Lassie: Jon Provost Leave it to Beaver: Barbara Billingsley Leave it to Beaver: Tony Dow The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis: Dwayne Hickman Mission: Impossible: Peter Lupus Close-Ups ...
University of Georgia Press
Sandra Thompson takes us inside the lives of women struggling to find their places among lovers, husbands and ex-husbands, mothers, and children in relationships where old rules do not apply and new rules have not yet been set. Thompson’s characters live in a world where dreams often supersede reality and things are not as they seem. Her style is sophisticated and subtle, and we experience her stories almost by osmosis. They stay with us ...
Close-Ups: Intimate Profiles of Movie Stars by Their Co-Stars, Directors, Screenwriters, and Friends
Intimate profiles of movie stars by their costars, directors, screenwriters and friends. Plus over 1,000 photographs with a special index to 1,200 favorite movie titles.
John Shaw's Closeups in Nature
One of the country's foremost nature photographers offers closeup techniques and covers exposure, equipment and composition along with special equipments and lenses.
The Penguin (Animal Close-Ups)
Brilliant color photographs set the stage for readers to learn about their favorite wild animals in the Animal Close-Ups series.
Close Ups of the High Sierra
Spotted Dog Pr Inc
ÒNo man ever knew more of the High Sierra terrain than Norman Clyde.Ó David R. Brower ÒNot since the time of John Muir had anyone established such a kinship with the Sierra Nevada.Ó Los Angeles Times ÒWherever men gather around blazing campfires on cold nights in the high country and talk of the history of mountaineering, there are certain names that inevitably come into the conversation. . . among Americans, John Muir, Clarence King ...
Creative Close-Ups: Digital Photography Tips and Techniques
The essential guide for digital macro photographers everywhere. The art of macro photography-photographing small objects or super close-ups of small sections of big objects-yields fascinating results, but shooting at this level brings its own set of challenges. Now you can shoot close-ups with confidence and creative flair with this information-packed guide.Renowned photographer Harold Davis provides pages of field-tested techniques on focus, ...
The Bee: Friend of the Flowers (Animal Close-Ups)
One beautiful day at the beach, Linda and Erik see a lobsterman pulling up traps. Linda and Erik are curious about how he catches lobsters. They ask their father about it and he takes them down to the pier to meet his friend, Big Joe, the lobsterman. Big Joe invites them to come along with him for the day to find out all about it. Join Linda and Erik on their first lobstering expedition. It is an exciting and informative adventure at sea, ...
Close-Ups of History: Three Decades through the Lens of an AP Photographer
Henry D. Burroughs
University of Missouri
The Berlin Airlift. The Cuban Missile Crisis. The Nixon resignation. There aren’t many people privileged to live at the front row of history, but photojournalist Henry Burroughs was one of the lucky few. A “shooter” for the Associated Press for thirty-three years, Burroughs was assigned to the Washington bureau, and his photos appeared frequently in newspapers around the world, as well as on the covers of ...
The Shark: Silent Hunter (Animal Close-Ups)
Renee Le Bloas-Julienne
Describes the physical characteristics, hunting techniques, reproduction, reputation, and some different species of sharks.
Catch Me If You Can! (Nature Close-Ups)
Gareth Stevens Publishing
Highlights insects, the most successful creatures on earth, and their amazing tactics for survival.
Let's Look at the Vegetable Garden (First Discovery: Close-Ups)
The vegetable garden is full of very hungry insects. Readers can try to spot the cardinal beetle (they are bright red and love to gnaw on onions) and the fruit bug (when it takes bites out of strawberries, it injects poison into them, turning them black) among the vegetables.
Let's Look Under the Stone (First Discovery: Close-Ups)
Under the stone there are lots of little creatures. Look at a millipede and an earwig through a magnifying glass in the transparent pages of this book.
Let's Look at Prairie Dogs (Lightning Bolt Books: Animal Close-Ups)
What animal has a furry body, a short tail, and sharp claws? Prairie dogs! But do you know where prairie dogs live? Or what sounds a prairie dog makes? Read this book to find out! Learn all about different animals in the Animal Close-Ups series - part of the Lightning Bolt Books(tm) collection. With high-energy designs, exciting photos, and fun text, Lightning Bolt Books(tm) bring nonfiction topics to life!
Dark Keeping: Book 4.1 (Archangels Creed Close Ups 3)
12 Warrior Archangels are to be sent to Earth to stop their Fallen Brethren from setting off Armageddon prematurely. AC Close Up 3: Dark Keeping finds Tyler, a human introduced in Summon Lyght , in the Dark Grondaia with demons fighting for the right to eat his soul. A Keeper of Darkness can save him with a sacrifice that will rock his existence and unleash more havoc on the Archangels' mission. About Archangels Creed: Twelve ...
Charlie Chaplin: Intimate Close-Ups (The Scarecrow Filmmakers Series)
Many remember Charlie Chaplin's comic masterpiece, The Gold Rush, as the finest blend of comedy and farce ever brought to the screen. Far fewer remember its heroine, Georgia Hale (1900-1985). Seventy years after the film's appearance, Heather Kiernan brings Georgia Hale back to life in this edition of her hitherto unpublished memoirs. Research work embodied in her perceptive introduction clears up many uncertainties about Hale's life and ...
Let's Look at Snails (Lightning Bolt Books: Animal Close-Ups)
Laura Hamilton Waxman
What animal hides in a shell, has a soft body, and can leave a slimy trail behind it when it moves? Snails! But do you know where snails live? Or what they like to eat? Read this book to find out! Learn all about different animals in the Animal Close-Ups series - part of the Lightning Bolt Books(tm) collection. With high-energy designs, exciting photos, and fun text, Lightning Bolt Books(tm) bring nonfiction topics to life!
Close Ups and Close Encounters: A View From Behind The Lens
S J Brown
Acorn Book Services
60 FULL-COLOR WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHS! On a whim, S. J. Brown decides to embark on a career in wildlife photography. Armed with an inexpensive 35mm camera and a love for the natural world, her adventure begins. Accompanied by her spotter and husband, she ventures to a variety of locations. The couple soon learns there is more to this than just camera settings, lighting, and getting the right angle. Not all wildlife is agreeable to having their ...
Plants of Prey (Nature Close-Ups)
Gareth Stevens Publishing
The world of plants, insects, and other small creatures offers a wealth of fascinating facts and information to young naturalists who look closely. Nature Close-Ups combines crystal-clear photography of remarkable phenomena, otherwise hidden from view, with clear, descriptive, and interesting text. Cicada Sing-Song introduces the little insects with the big chorus of sound in the summer. Flutter by, Butterfly presents the exotic beauties of the ...
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