Surprise, absurdity, and laugh-out-loud humor are the hallmarks of this New York Times–bestselling author, and in Killer Koalas from Outer Space, Griffiths offers up a collection of ridiculous stories featuring zombie kittens, rocket-stealing ants, and, of course, killer koalas from outer space.
Get Squared is two rulers in one. This unique design allows you to square up a large and small block in one easy step. The inner square can also be used for fussy cutting. The outer ruler measures 8.5 and the inner ruler measures 4.5. Made in China.
Get Squared is two rulers in one
This unique design allows you to square up a large and small block in one easy step
The inner square can also be used for fussy cutting
The outer ruler measures 8.5 and the inner ruler measures 4.5
First, Pluto left. Then it came back, along with Ceres and Eris...and now Haumea and MakeMake, too! The recent actions of the International Astronomical Union have put every solar system book out of date. In response, National Geographic joins forces with David Aguilar of the Harvard Smithsonian Astronomical Observatory to revise our 2008 book—and to update young readers on the high-interest topic of space. Using simple text and spectacular photorealistic computer art by the author, this book profiles all 13 planets in their newly created categories—plus the sun, the Oort Cloud, comets, and other worlds being discovered. Back-of-the-book activities offer hands-on fun for budding astronomers.
This iPhone Case is a perfect affordable and beautiful gift and accessory to protect an iPhone. This cover has a hard Black rubber lining and a tough Black plastic overcase around the image and camera and sides. The image is vibrant and eyecatching. (Disclaimer: All images are printed onto the case - The Texture of this iphone case is a flat smooth surface. images that appears to be 3d, textured, or glittery are flat printed.) PLEASE NOTE THIS ITEM IS A PRINTED DESIGN USING IMAGE AVAILABLE FROM THE PUBLIC DOMAIN
This case has a tough Black plastic overcase and a Black Rubber lining (see images)
Strong Cover that will protect your iPhone and prevent scratches and bumps
Vibrant Image that will not fade
Precision molded case that will perfectly fit your cell phone
Ata Egrari's Snake Sex, French Werewolves, Outer Space and Other Cool Stuff ( "How Big is the Moon") deserves a place in the library of anyone who has ever wondered about life, existence, and whether or not this is all an accident.With charm, grace, and wit, Egrari demonstrates that life is most certainly on purpose.When Ata Egrari was a young child, he asked his grandmother, "how big is the moon?"Her answer, although inaccurate, sent the inquisitive boy on a life-long journey of discovery. Marveling at the intricacies ofcreation, the matured Egrari became an international acclaimed physician, surgeon and humanitarian."It was that first question, How Big is the Moon, that began my life-long quest to understand the marvels of creation and the miracle of reproduction." says Egrari. "There is great joy and wonderment all around us. This is not by accident, nor is it a simple twist of fate. Life is on purpose. It is my hope that this little book will inspire others to ask more questions, and proclaim theamazing genius of that which created this astonishing thing we call life."
A Stitch in Time:Fingerprints from a murder committed 50 years ago match those of a controversial brain researcher (Amanda Plummer). But she has the perfect alibi ? she was only in kindergarten at the time! When an FBI agent discovers the astonishing truth, will past and present collide?Tribunal:An attorney obsessed with his father's treatment in a concentration camp has finally discovered the identity of the Nazi responsible for his imprisonment. But without proper evidence ? or a direct link to the past ? will he be able to bring this homicidal man to justice in the present?Gettysburg:Two friends re-enacting the Battle of Gettysburg unwittingly find themselves transported back in time and taken prisoner by a deranged Confederate colonel (Meatloaf) who might not only endanger their future...but the future of the country as well!Time to Time:A history major can't believe that she's been recruited as part of a time-travel team...until they send her back to a crucial turning point in her life. But will she alter history by trying to change her traumatic past...or prove her worthiness by making the ultimate sacrifice?Déjà Vu:Dr. Mark Crest (Kevin Nealon) is in charge of a military experiment transporting test animals through time. But when something goes terribly wrong and events begin to repeat themselves, Crest is the only one who can stop it...before time itself runs out for good!Patient Zero:A deadly plague will wipe out civilization unless Becket (Michael Rooker) can go back in time and find the one person who started the outbreak to prevent the epidemic. Is it a shot in the dark or can he contain the virus before it spreads throughout the world?