Originally published in 1956, this book was written to provide biology students with a guide to the study of nature during the first three years of grammar school, so that they could develop a sound understanding of the area prior to the beginning of their preparation for the G.C.E. examinations. Designed to be used with living specimens at hand, the text is based around the study of plants and animals found in familiar and accessible habitats. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in the teaching of biology and the history of education.
Vols. for 1973/74- include Directory and Who's who sections.
With just a little land and available water, you can raise a variety of domestic fowl, from friendly ducks and characterful geese to guineafowl, dainty quail, placid turkeys or even peafowl. Illustrated with the author's charming watercolour paintings, this book is packed with practical tips on keeping domestic fowl and selecting the right breed for your circumstances. Covering 65 domestic breeds of ducks, geese, guineafowl, quail, turkeys and peafowl, the book gives an insight into the individual personalities and attributes of each kind of bird. The breed profiles are written in engaging text and include the history and place of origin, colour combinations, differences between male and female birds, the appearance of hatchlings and the numbers of eggs to expect. As well as selecting an appropriate breed, you need to consider your neighbours, the kinds of bird you can and should keep, whether you want them for eggs or as pets, and whether you want to breed them. The book offers helpful advice on all these issues and also on housing, the provision of water, feeding and the noise and impact your birds will have, as well as preventing and treating common ailments. Whether you are starting out as a smallholder, are interested in raising a few ducks or geese in a suburban or rural setting, or are simply a devotee of domestic fowl there is plenty to captivate you in this book.
4th ser., v. 1-4 includes the Proceedings of the 1st-11th annual meetings (1848-58) of the Maryland State Agricultural Society.
Rory ist ein ungeliebtes Kind reicher Eltern. Unglücklich und einsam. Ivan dagegen ist ein geliebtes Wunschkind aus eher einfachen Verhältnissen. Als diese beiden Jungen sich begegnen, prallen nicht nur zwei völlig unterschiedliche Gesellschaftsformen aufeinander, sondern auch zwei Kinder wie sie unterschiedlicher nicht sein könnten. So entsteht eine Freundschaft, die viele Hindernisse zu überwinden hat. Vielleicht zu viele, um ein glückliches Ende zu finden?