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Zoo Station by Ian Walker Book Summary:

The author, a journalist, recounts his experiences living in and visiting the divided city of Berlin

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Zoo Station by Christiane F. Book Summary:

This incredible autobiography of Christiane F. provides a vivid portrait of teen friendship, drug abuse, and alienation in and around Berlin's notorious Zoo Station. Christiane's rapid descent into heroin abuse and prostitution is shocking, but the boredom, longing for acceptance, thrilling risks, and even her musical obsessions are familiar to everyone. Previously published in Germany and the US to critical acclaim, Zest's new translation includes original photographs of Christiane and her friends.

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Zoo Station by Christiane F. Book Summary:

This incredible autobiography of Christiane F. provides a vivid portrait of teen friendship, drug abuse, and alienation in and around Berlin's notorious Zoo Station. Christiane's rapid descent into heroin abuse and prostitution is shocking, but the boredom, longing for acceptance, thrilling risks, and even her musical obsessions are familiar to everyone. Previously published in Germany and the US to critical acclaim, Zest's new translation includes original photographs of Christiane and her friends.

Zoo Station

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Zoo Station by David Downing Book Summary:

When an old acquaintance turns up at his hotel, John Russell's life begins to change. Gradually he is persuaded by a combination of threats and financial need, and appeals to his conscience to become a spy - first for the Soviet Union and then, simultaneously, for the British.

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Zoo Station by David Downing Book Summary:

When an American journalist living in 1939 Germany agrees to write articles for the Soviets, he gets dragged into dangerous activities and is sought by warring factions when British and Nazi intelligence discover his actions.

Germany For Dummies

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Germany For Dummies by Donald Olson Book Summary:

A collection of lively, user-friendly travel guides provides accurate, up-to-date information and expert, opinionated advice on a wide range of travel destinations, landmarks, accommodations, and eateries, furnishing convenient full-color maps, quick-reference pointers, worksheets and checklists, and icons indicating child-friendly facts, travel tips and warnings, special bargains, and more.

The Companion Guide to Berlin

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The Companion Guide to Berlin by Brian Ladd Book Summary:

Berlin's traumatic past and vibrant present explored and explained in a guide to the culture, buildings and society of the city.

The Girl from East Berlin

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The Girl from East Berlin by James Furner Book Summary:

This is a realistic drama set in Berlin immediately prior to the building of the Wall--a poignant story of true love intercepted by the political conflict and intrigues of the East-West power blocs.

Silesian Station

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Silesian Station by David Downing Book Summary:

In July 1939, John Russell returns to Berlin as the Central European correspondent of an American newspaper. With his communist past, German son and English-American parentage he's the perfect catch for any of Europe's warring espionage services, and none will take no for an answer.

City

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City by P.D. Smith Book Summary:

This remarkable history of urban culture worldwide, from the first city builders 7000 years ago, to today's sprawling megacities, using the form of a popular guidebook to get to the heart of what makes cities thrive.

Philadelphia Zoo, Performance Audit

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Philadelphia Zoo, Performance Audit by Jonathan A. Saidel Book Summary:

Focusing on the Phila. Zoo's operating results for FY1992 through FY1996, this audit was performed to determine if the Zoo was operating in such a manner as to ensure that it would maintain the current level of financial independence from the City and to identify opportunities for increasing revenues and reducing costs to help foster that independence. Identifies obstacles to self-sufficiency, evaluates the job that the Zoo is doing, and presents recommendations for improvements addressed at both the Zoo and the City. Includes responses to the audit by Alexander Hoskins, Pres. of the Zoological Society of Phila., as well as the City admin.

Station Zoo

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Station Zoo by N.A Book Summary:

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House Documents

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House Documents by USA Congress House of Representatives Book Summary:

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Climatological Data

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Climatological Data by N.A Book Summary:

Collection of the monthly climatological reports of the United States by state or region, with monthly and annual national summaries.

Mahayk and the Barber of Lyle

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Mahayk and the Barber of Lyle by Norman S. deLisle Book Summary:

Synopsis MAHAYK AND THE BARBER OF LYLE This literary novel is about a twelve-year-old Japanese violinist, who has lost everything when 360 B-29 bombers have burned Tokyo in 1945, becomes a Gamigaze pilot. During his mission, US Task Force 78 shot him down in Korea Strait. General Ma Halbin who survived Tragic Long March of the Red Army and fought the Japanese all his life until being fatally wounded and disabled by the Japanese attacks in Yenan, saves this enemy boy. The boy fights Korean War; becomes a commander; and exiles to America accused of plotting a coup detat.

Roaming Ghostland

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Roaming Ghostland by Stevan Allen Book Summary:

Roaming Ghostland is about a defining moment both in modern European history and in the life of an idealistic young journalist who abandons everything to chase his dream as a freelance foreign correspondent covering the demise of East Germany after the Berlin Wall crashes down. Through the eyes of that young reporter, the book takes us deep into the soul of a country as it is being erased for all time, offering glimpses into the lives of ordinary people abruptly confronted with such alien concepts as capitalism, democracy, and personal freedom. He unmasks a land embroiled in chaotic, comical and horrific human drama. He stumbles upon mass graves and brutal neo-Nazi Skinhead attacks. He eats kangaroo soup; meets a psychiatrist lusting for Freud; follows East Germany’s first free elections and economic freefall; hawks chunks of the Wall; plays the black currency market and sips beer in a pub Napoleon frequented. He chronicles everything, knowing it will soon be lost to the ages. Sharing the writer’s odyssey along the way, we discover the joy and anguish of taking risks, confronting change, and seizing oncein- a-lifetime opportunities. By turns poignant, chilling, exuberant, and harrowingly humorous, Roaming Ghostland offers new insights into the uneasy melding of a unified Germany, as well as a vivid personal account of one man’s life-changing journey.

Between Dignity and Despair

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Between Dignity and Despair by Marion A. Kaplan Book Summary:

Between Dignity and Despair draws on the extraordinary memoirs, diaries, interviews, and letters of Jewish women and men to give us the first intimate portrait of Jewish life in Nazi Germany. Kaplan tells the story of Jews in Germany not from the hindsight of the Holocaust, nor by focusing on the persecutors, but from the bewildered and ambiguous perspective of Jews trying to navigate their daily lives in a world that was becoming more and more insane. Answering the charge that Jews should have left earlier, Kaplan shows that far from seeming inevitable, the Holocaust was impossible to foresee precisely because Nazi repression occurred in irregular and unpredictable steps until the massive violence of Novemer 1938. Then the flow of emigration turned into a torrent, only to be stopped by the war. By that time Jews had been evicted from their homes, robbed of their possessions and their livelihoods, shunned by their former friends, persecuted by their neighbors, and driven into forced labor. For those trapped in Germany, mere survival became a nightmare of increasingly desperate options. Many took their own lives to retain at least some dignity in death; others went underground and endured the fears of nightly bombings and the even greater terror of being discovered by the Nazis. Most were murdered. All were pressed to the limit of human endurance and human loneliness. Focusing on the fate of families and particularly women's experience, Between Dignity and Despair takes us into the neighborhoods, into the kitchens, shops, and schools, to give us the shape and texture, the very feel of what it was like to be a Jew in Nazi Germany.

A Matter of Life and Death

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A Matter of Life and Death by N.A Book Summary:

It's the summer of 2002. The sending home of Roy Keane, Ireland's inspirational yet controversial talisman holds the Nation in a fever like grip.

Global Housing Markets

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Global Housing Markets by Ashok Bardhan,Robert H. Edelstein,Cynthia A. Kroll Book Summary:

A global look at the reasons behind the recent economiccollapse, and the responses to it The speculative bubble in the housing market began to burst inthe United States in 2007, and has been followed by ruptures invirtually every asset market in almost every country in the world.Each country proposed a range of policy initiatives to deal withits crisis. Policies that focused upon stabilizing the housingmarket formed the cornerstone of many of these proposals. Thisinternationally focused book evaluates the genesis of the housingmarket bubble, the global viral contagion of the crisis, and thepolicy initiatives undertaken in some of the major economies of theworld to counteract its disastrous affects. Unlike other books on the global crisis, this guide deals withthe housing sector in addition to the financial sector ofindividual economies. Countries in many parts of the world wereplayers in either the financial bubble or the housing bubble, orboth, but the degree of impact, outcome, and responses variedwidely. This is an appropriate time to pull together the lessonsfrom these various experiences. Reveals the housing crisis in the United States as the core ofthe meltdown Describes the evolution of housing markets and policies in therun-up to the crisis, their impacts, and the responses in Europeanand Asian countries Compares experiences and linkages across countries and pointsto policy implications and research lessons drawn from theseexperiences Filled with the insights of well-known contributors with strongcontacts in practice and academia, this timely guide discusses thehistory and evolution of the recent crisis as local to eachcontributor's part of the world, and examines its distinctive andcommon features with that of the U.S., the trajectory of itsevolution, and the similarities and differences in policyresponse.

The Life of Richard Strauss

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The Life of Richard Strauss by Bryan Gilliam,Assistant Professor of Music Bryan Gilliam Book Summary:

Richard Strauss saw an empire come and go, survived two world wars, witnessed the rise and fall of the Weimar Republic, endured the period of National Socialism, and died the year that Germany was officially divided into two separate states. All the while he enjoyed a successful career as composer, as conductor of international stature, as organizer for the rights of composers, and as colleague of and collaborator with some of the most important composers, writers, and artists of his day. This biography covers Strauss's early musical development, his emergence as a tone poet in the late nineteenth century, his turn to the stage at the beginning of the twentieth century, the successes and failures of the post-World War I era, the turbulent 1930s, and the period of the Second World War and its aftermath.

Cold Angel

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Cold Angel by Horst Bosetzky Book Summary:

Two people disappear in the ruins of the former German capital and body parts suddenly surface in both the eastern and western half of the city. An invisible curtain divides the ruins. Competing administrations struggle with mounting ferocity. The ruined buildings and devastated landscape provide a perfect backdrop to more violence and cruel brutality. Based on true facts and extensive sociological research, Cold Angel is a chilling tale. Amid this chaotic landscape, can perpetrators be found, let alone brought to justice? In 1949 Berlin is a city divided by rubble. Horst Bosetzky has published over thirty-eight crime novels and several screenplays and is a retired professor of sociology. Berlin is his chosen haunt.

An Architect's Journey

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An Architect's Journey by Rafique Islam Book Summary:

Travelogue about architecture covering Bauhaus, Florence, Paris, Stockholm, Copenhagen and Quito.

The Berlin Stories

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The Berlin Stories by Christopher Isherwood Book Summary:

A classic of 20th-century fiction, The Berlin Stories inspired the Broadway musical and Oscar-winning film Cabaret. First published in the 1930s, The Berlin Stories contains two astonishing related novels, The Last of Mr. Norris and Goodbye to Berlin, which are recognized today as classics of modern fiction. Isherwood magnificently captures 1931 Berlin: charming, with its avenues and cafés; marvelously grotesque, with its nightlife and dreamers; dangerous, with its vice and intrigue; powerful and seedy, with its mobs and millionaires—this is the period when Hitler was beginning his move to power. The Berlin Stories is inhabited by a wealth of characters: the unforgettable Sally Bowles, whose misadventures in the demimonde were popularized on the American stage and screen by Julie Harris in I Am A Camera and Liza Minnelli in Cabaret; Mr. Norris, the improbable old debauchee mysteriously caught between the Nazis and the Communists; plump Fräulein Schroeder, who thinks an operation to reduce the scale of her Büste might relieve her heart palpitations; and the distinguished and doomed Jewish family, the Landauers.

Field Guide to the Natural World of Washington, D.C.

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Field Guide to the Natural World of Washington, D.C. by Howard Youth Book Summary:

Nature awaits discovery at almost every turn in the complex ecosystem of Washington, D.C. In parks large and small, within the District's gardens, and on public streets, there is tremendous biodiversity. In Field Guide to the Natural World of Washington, D.C., naturalist Howard Youth takes us on an urban safari, describing the wild side of the nation's capital. Beyond the abundant wildlife that can be seen in every neighborhood, Washington boasts a large park network rich in natural wonders. A hike along the trails of Rock Creek Park, one of the country’s largest and oldest urban forests, quickly reveals white-tailed deer, eastern gray squirrels, and little brown bats. Mayapples, Virginia bluebells, and red mulberry trees are but a few of the treasures found growing at the National Arboretum. A stroll along the Potomac and Anacostia Rivers might reveal stealthy denizens such as bullfrogs, largemouth bass, and common snapping turtles. Detailed drawings by Carnegie artist Mark A. Klingler and photography by Robert E. Mumford, Jr., reveal the rich color and stunning beauty of the flora and fauna awaiting every D.C. naturalist. Whether seeking a secluded jog or an adventurous outing, residents and tourists alike will find this handsome guide indispensable for finding oases away from the noise of the city.

Search for Sanity

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Search for Sanity by Paul Joseph,Simon Rosenblum Book Summary:

Essays look at the arms race, nuclear strategy, treaty verification, military spending, Soviet-American relations, and disarmament

The Fire Station

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The Fire Station by Gail Saunders-Smith Book Summary:

Simple text and photographs depict a visit to a fire station, including the people, uniforms, and equipment.

Masaryk Station

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Masaryk Station by David Downing Book Summary:

In this thrilling story of espionage, Berlin is still occupied by the four Allied powers in 1948 and has become the cockpit of a new Cold War. The legacies of the war have become entangled in the new Soviet-American conflict, creating a world of bizarre loyalties and a paradise for spies.

Raw Material

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Raw Material by Jorg Fauser Book Summary:

'They were all the same, communists, Nazis, parents, church, book reviews, features section, editorial, revolutionary struggle, Baader-Meinhof, capital, television, Club Voltaire, pacifism, guerrilla, Mao, Trotsky, Red Student Action, the underground scene and Germania Security. They were all part of the same idea, they knew how things ought to be, they had a monopoly on consciousness, love, human happiness.' In Raw Material Jrg Fauser casts an eye over the times he lived in and his own life: a junkie in Istanbul, the move to a commune in Berlin and a squat in Frankfurt, work on an underground magazine and unceasing efforts to get a novel published. The autobiographical testament of Fauser's alter ego Harry Gelb is an unsparing, razor-sharp but often lovingly ironic portrait of the 1960s and 70's. It is a portrait of the artist to rank with the best, and a portrait of the ferment of Europe at that time.

David Days, Mona Nights

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David Days, Mona Nights by Andreas Steinhöfel,Anja Tuckermann Book Summary:

Translated from the German, this award-winning novel for young people captures the thrill of words, writing and letters invoking a feeling that phone calls and email cannot ever match.

Omega Minor

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Omega Minor by Paul Verhaeghen Book Summary:

Welcome to Omega Minor, where nothing is ever what it seems and nothing every ends."--BOOK JACKET.

Such is Life in the Tropics

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Such is Life in the Tropics by Murray Gross Book Summary:

This is the story about a guy in his twenties who was looking to break out of the repetitive routine, and acted upon this by moving to Europe and sought out irresponsible pleasures. It was inspired by his own personal experiences while traveling recklessly with all sorts of characters. He eventually travels to Central and South America, where he became immersed in these cultures while learning the languages, and making long lasting bonds with the local people. Finally he returns to the USA, but not without the allure he acquired while on his never ending adventure, and the knowledge that he had become a man of the world who had lived his dream. This is the fascinating story about everything that happened in between on the journey.

Adventures of a Country Boy in the City

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Adventures of a Country Boy in the City by Oluwole Komolafe Book Summary:

“Adventures of a Country Boy in the City” provides an insight into the engaging life of the author, whose natural instinct is to know how to convert opportunities to bring about positive changes in his life. The author enchants the imagination of his readers to become part of his compelling story by involving the reader in every step of the adventures he encountered in the city of Lagos, and later, as a student, in the cities of Hamburg and of West Berlin. Told in very colorful and vibrant language, the reader, the author and the story all become one and the same entity, allegorically following the path etched out in the words of the author. When, in his journeys, and one road seemed to be closed and the reader shudders at the rational of the breathtaking risk that the author has just taken, a God-sent Guiding Angel suddenly appears to take the author out of whatever adversity. Join Komolafe in his adventures as he journeys through life from the background of a simple village life in the Yoruba Kingdom of Nigeria to the world of opportunities that awaits a man of valor who dares to demand his share of what destiny has in stock for him.

Cool English Level 6 Pupils' Book

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Cool English Level 6 Pupils' Book by Herbert Puchta,Guenter Gerngross Book Summary:

Cool English is a 6-level contemporary version of Join In. • A clear structure combined with vivid illustrations which stimulate the senses for better recall. • It adapts to the emotional and intellectual growth of the child and the characters also grow with the child. • A variety of activities which stimulate the different forms of intelligence, especially musical and linguistic. • Cultural themes which introduce some customs of English-speaking countries. The pupils learn to respect cultural differences. • Use of phonetics throughout.

A Wicked Device

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A Wicked Device by Jack Thompson Book Summary:

This is a tale of loyalty and betrayal. Charlie Barrow, a British journalist with a colourful past now working in Germany, is obsessed by The Movement, a neo-Nazi organisation with growing influence among the young in the former German Democratic Republic. When he witnesses the murder of a member of The Movement in the back streets of Berlin, hes even more determined to delve into a dangerous world where the Far Right maim and kill and plan the assassination of a German chancellor at an anti-Nazi rally close to the Brandenburg Gate the symbol of the division, conflict and violence that overtook Germany in the 20th century. Charlie Barrow is never sure whether his contacts in the police and the security forces, notably with a woman officer with whom he falls in love, are there to help or hinder him or even destroy him altogether. The story takes us into the very core of neo-Nazism, its brutality, its mindless longing for the return of a Fuehrer, and its links to other latter day terrorist organisations, including Al Qaeda.

German Boy

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German Boy by Wolfgang W. E. Samuel Book Summary:

What was the experience of war for a child in bombed and ravaged Germany? In this memoir, the voice of innocence is heard. “This is great stuff,” exclaims Stephen E. Ambrose. “I love this book.” In this gripping account, a boy and his mother are wrenched from their tranquil lives to forge a path through the storm of war and the rubble of its aftermath. In the past there has been a spectrum of books and films that share other German World War II experiences. However, told from the perspective of a ten-year-old, this book is rare. The boy and his mother must prevail over hunger and despair, or die. In the Third Reich, young Wolfgang Samuel and his family are content but alone. The father, a Luftwaffe officer, is away fighting the Allies in the West. In 1945 as Berlin and nearby communities crumble, young Wolfgang, his mother Hedy, and little sister Ingrid flee the advancing Russian army. They have no inkling of the chaos ahead. In Strasburg, a small town north of Berlin where they find refuge, Wolfgang begins to comprehend the evils the Nazi regime brought to Germany. As the Reich collapses, mother, son, and daughter flee again just ahead of the Russian charge. In the chaos of defeat they struggle to find food and shelter. Death stalks the primitive camps that are their temporary havens, and the child becomes the family provider. Under the crushing responsibility, Wolfgang becomes his mother’s and sister’s mainstay. When they return to Strasburg, the Communists in control are as brutal as the Nazis. In the violent atmosphere of arbitrary arrest, rape, hunger, and fear, the boy and his mother persist. Pursued by Communist police through a fierce blizzard, they escape to the West, but even in the English zone, the constant search for food, warmth, and shelter dominates their lives, and the mother’s sacrifices become the boy’s nightmares. Although this is a time of deepest despair, Wolfgang hangs on to the thinnest thread of hope. In June 1948 with the arrival of the Americans flying the Berlin Airlift, Wolfgang begins a new journey.

The Orchestration

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The Orchestration by Stephen L. Burkart Book Summary:

When covert ops director John Darque receives a mysterious package from a former adversary, he suspects the worst, but the box contains items more dangerous than even he could have imagined… they indicate that the President-Elect of the United States, Thomas Jefferson Davis, is a mole whose rise to power has been carefully nurtured for more than 30 years as part of a Russian plot to overthrow the US government. Darque’s organization must first determine if Davis is a threat to the US, and, if so, are others also involved in the plan. The greatest challenge, however, still lies ahead: once a conspiracy is uncovered, Darque must formulate a scheme to thwart the Russian coup, but in a way that casts no suspicion on Davis, in order to protect the American people. If the conspiracy evolves undeterred, World War III is imminent. Eliminating the threat will require all of Darque’s ingenuity and expertise to prevent the overthrow of America from within. The Orchestration is a gripping thriller in the tradition of great espionage novels.

Irish San Francisco

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Irish San Francisco by John Garvey,Karen Hanning Book Summary:

The Irish have always been an important part of San Francisco. An 1852 census showed that almost nine percent of the city of 36,000 hailed from Ireland; by 1900, nearly a quarter of the population had come here from the Emerald Isle. Today a walk through any part of the city will showcase influential Irish street names such as Downey, Fell, Kearney, O'Farrell, O'Shaughnessy, and McAllister. Churches such as St. Brigid's and St. Patrick's still are supported by many of the faithful, while landmark buildings such as the Fairmont, Phelan, and Flood stand sentinel over the city's bustling downtown. Many businesspeople handle their finances through the successors of the original Hibernia Bank, established here by Irish immigrants in 1859. And after work, many folks like to relax with a pint at pubs such as Kate O'Brien's, Abbey Tavern, or the Little Shamrock.

Exotic Animal Training and Learning, An Issue of Veterinary Clinics: Exotic Animal Practice

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Exotic Animal Training and Learning, An Issue of Veterinary Clinics: Exotic Animal Practice by Barbara Heidenreich Book Summary:

The latest information on training and behavior of exotic pet animals for the exotic animal veterinarian. Topics to be covered include the application of science based training technology, a framework for solving behavior problems, training avian patients and their caregivers, trained falconry birds and veterinary medicine: preserving the client/veterinarian relationship, technicians and animal training, small mammal training in the veterinary practice, training reptiles and amphibians for medical and husbandry, training fish and invertebrates for husbandry and medical behaviors, marine mammal training, training birds and small mammals for medical behaviors, and more.

Climatological Data

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Climatological Data by United States. Environmental Data Service Book Summary:

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