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Bluefish

Bluefish ebook ISBN: 0763656143
Publisher: Candlewick Press
Author: Pat Schmatz
Number of Pages: 240 
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Thirteen-year-old Travis has a secret: he can't read. But a shrewd teacher and a sassy girl are about to change everything in this witty and deeply moving novel. Travis is missing his old home in the country, and he’s missing his old hound, Rosco. Now there’s just the cramped place he shares with his well-meaning but alcoholic grandpa, a new school, and the dreaded routine of passing when he’s called on to read out loud. But that’s before Travis meets Mr. McQueen, who doesn’t take “pass” for an answer--a rare teacher whose savvy persistence has Travis slowly unlocking a book on the natural world. And it’s before Travis is noticed by Velveeta, a girl whose wry banter and colorful scarves belie some hard secrets of her own. With sympathy, humor, and disarming honesty, Pat Schmatz brings to life a cast of utterly believable characters--and captures the moments of trust and connection that make all the difference.

Billy Bluefish

Billy Bluefish ebook ISBN: 9780961634445
Publisher: Nags Head Art, Inc.
Author: Suzanne Tate
Number of Pages: 28 
File: billy-bluefish.pdf
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Discusses the characteristics and behavior of bluefish in a story designed to promote environmental awareness

Bluefish

Bluefish ebook ISBN:
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Author: J. Douglas Oliver,Michael J. Van Den Avyle,Earl L. Bozeman
Number of Pages: 13 
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Bluefish Management

Bluefish Management ebook ISBN:
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Author: United States,United States. Congress. House. Committee on Resources. Subcommittee on Fisheries, Wildlife, and Oceans
Number of Pages: 94 
File: bluefish-management.pdf
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TUTI AND BLUEFISH

TUTI AND BLUEFISH ebook ISBN: 1499031785
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Author: Fatima Priestley
Number of Pages: 36 
File: tuti-and-bluefish.pdf
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Tuti was a little girl who lived in a modest house far from town. Her school was far from where she lived. But because Tuti liked school, she did not mind the hour-walk to get there and the hour to return home. Because it was a small town, Tuti wasn’t the only one who lived on the outskirts; there were other children too. On the way to class, Tuti would meet with Zuca, and further on, with Tete as well. The three of them were very good friends.

Bluefish's Secret Wish

Bluefish's Secret Wish ebook ISBN: 1622870395
Publisher: First Edition Design Pub.
Author: Ranya Rafiq Malouf
Number of Pages: 34 
File: bluefish-s-secret-wish.pdf
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A bluefish named Sara harbors a secret wish -- to be able to fly.

Bluefish

Bluefish ebook ISBN: 9780692259214
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Author: Michael Jolliffe
Number of Pages: 164 
File: bluefish.pdf
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The story of building one house from design to completion

Fishing for Bluefish

Fishing for Bluefish ebook ISBN: 9780923155032
Publisher: Fisherman Library
Author: Al Ristori
Number of Pages: 176 
File: fishing-for-bluefish.pdf
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The Bluefish Cookbook

The Bluefish Cookbook ebook ISBN: 9780871069627
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Author: Greta Jacobs,Jane Alexander
Number of Pages: 72 
File: the-bluefish-cookbook.pdf
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Chesapeake Bay Bluefish Management Plan

Chesapeake Bay Bluefish Management Plan ebook ISBN:
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Author: Chesapeake Executive Council
Number of Pages: 40 
File: chesapeake-bay-bluefish-management-plan.pdf
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"One of the strategies for implementing the Living Resources Commitments of the 1987 Chesapeake Bay Agreement is to develop and adopt a series of baywide fishery management plans (FMPs) for commercially, recreationally, and selected ecologically valuable species. The FMPs are to be implemented by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Commonwealth of Virginia, District of Columbia, Potomac River Fisheries Commission, and State of Maryland as appropriated. Under a timetable adopted for completing management plans for several important species, the bluefish FMP was scheduled for completing in December 1990"--Executive Summary.

Last Summer at Bluefish Cove

Last Summer at Bluefish Cove ebook ISBN:
Publisher: Tnt Classics Incorporated
Author: Jane Chambers
Number of Pages: 107 
File: last-summer-at-bluefish-cove.pdf
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"Last Summer at Bluefish Cove is the story of a dissatisfied straight woman who leaves her husband to spend some quiet time by herself, and who unwittingly and naively wanders into the midst of a group of seven lesbians at the beginning of their annual beachside vacation ... The friendships, the laughter, the love, the fears of being outed, the difficulties of being gay and how it affects relationships with family, children, parents and careers, the demonstrations of what the painful price could be for a gay life 30 years ago in everyday America, had never before been told with such respect. Chambers' comedic dialogue, sensitivity to human nature and tender treatment of her characters help the play transcend preconceptions and show the universality of these women's journeys"--

Fly-Fishing the Flats

Fly-Fishing the Flats ebook ISBN: 9780811706261
Publisher: Stackpole Books
Author: Barry Beck,Cathy Beck
Number of Pages: 148 
File: fly-fishing-the-flats.pdf
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This lavishly illustrated book is both a practical guide and a visual celebration of the sport from an eminently qualified team. Barry and Cathy Beck have fished and hosted trips to the best saltwater flats in the hemisphere. Here, you'll fine expert advice on fishing for thirteen species, from strippers in Martha's Vineyard, to flats Super Grand Slam. You'll find detailed instruction on long cast techniques, including a seven page photo sequence on the double haul alone. A guide to flies, gear, and tackle, as well as veteran travellers' advice about where and when to go for the best fishing.

Bluefish

Bluefish ebook ISBN:
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Author: J. Douglas Oliver,Michael J. Van Den Avyle,Earl L. Bozeman
Number of Pages: 13 
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Rudow's Guide to Fishing the Mid Atlantic

Rudow's Guide to Fishing the Mid Atlantic ebook ISBN: 0978727800
Publisher: Geared Up Publications
Author: Lenny Rudow
Number of Pages: 265 
File: rudow-s-guide-to-fishing-the-mid-atlantic.pdf
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The most comprehensive how-to/where-to fishing book you'll find anywhere, covering coastal bay, inlet, inshore, and offshore angling from New York to North Carolina. Whether you fish for flounder off Shinnecock Inlet or yellowfin tuna off Oregon Inlet, Rudow's Guide will provide you with the know-how you need to boost your catch rate every time you leave the dock. The first section of the book details more than 300 specific hotspots with GPS coordinates included for many. Seasonality, probable catches, and effective tactics for each spot are included. The second section provides you with an in-depth look at each sportfish found in the Mid Atlantic and information on when, where, and how to catch them. The third section of the book focuses on tackle and tactics, and here you'll discover how and when to employ the most effective methods of fishing up and down the coast, as well as basic and advanced modern rigging techniques. If you fish along the Mid Atlantic coast, Rudow's Guide to Fishing the Mid Atlantic is a must-read book.

Une histoire du monde arctique

Une histoire du monde arctique ebook ISBN: 9782762126822
Publisher: Les Editions Fides
Author: Robert McGhee
Number of Pages: 300 
File: une-histoire-du-monde-arctique.pdf
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L'Arctique fait incontestablement partie de ces territoires écartés qui ont, de tout temps, nourri l'imagination. Longtemps mystérieuse, toujours fascinante, cette terre de glace est avant tout une terre des hommes. Robert McGhee l'a compris et en fait ici une démonstration éloquente. Faisant appel à l'archéologie, à l'anthropologie et à une vie d'expérience scientifique et personnelle du Grand Nord, il dépasse les simplifications tenaces et offre, peut-être pour la première fois, une véritable histoire de l'Arctique. Du postglaciaire à nos jours, de Sibérie en Terre de Baffin, l'auteur raconte l'opiniâtreté des navigateurs qui ont cherché dans les glaces un passage entre les continents, les avancées laborieuses des fermiers vikings dans l'Atlantique Nord et les aventures patriotiques des explorateurs qui se sont fait la course jusqu'au pôle. Il raconte aussi la traite des fourrures et les rêves miniers qui ont aiguisé l'appétit des Européens, les ravages des baleiniers et autres chasseurs d'ivoire, les bouleversements suscités par la guerre froide et par sa fin, et encore bien d'autres choses. Il dit enfin la longue et dense histoire des peuples du Nord, que l'on s'est trop longtemps complu à représenter comme figés, statufiés dans une préhistoire de pacotille. Déshabillée de ses mythes, rendue à sa complexité, bref, humanisée, l'histoire de l'Arctique n'en est que plus captivante.