Free science Kindle books for 29 Dec 13

Wildlife Guardian: Stories of a Pennsylvania Game Warden

by William Wasserman

This is Wasserman’s third book about his encounters with animal poachers in the wilds of Pennsylvania. Join him as he patrols four hundred square miles of rural mountain terrain in search of some of the most unpredictable–and interesting–characters you’ll ever meet. Wasserman relates the dangers of his job with pulse-pounding clarity. He is a wonderful storyteller. His crisp use of dialog makes his characters come alive in every page. Wildlife Guardian contains seven of his best tales to date.

In Footsteps in the Dark a goat is killed in a remote forest by some unknown creature. Wasserman knows that a huge mountain lion has been reported in the area. At first, he disbelieves the claim. But as he stands between the creature and its meal, it begins to stalk him. Alone in the dark of night, he listens to the steady cadence of its breathing and wonders if he’ll make it home alive.

In Unintended Consequences Wasserman narrates an encounter with a poacher that keeps coming back to him like a bad dream. It’s a story about a man and his dog that you’ll remember long after you put the book down.

In A Valentine’s Surprise a poacher prepares to surprise his wife with a turkey dinner on Valentine’s Day. His plan backfires when the game warden shows up as an uninvited guest. But there are other surprises in the story as well. It’s one you don’t want to miss.

Shadows in the Moonlight is a fast-paced story about a night of chasing poachers that includes some hilarious antics between Wasserman and a faithful deputy who always manages to stay one step ahead of him.  

In A Reckoning in the Snow we take the ride of our lives as the author attempts to take his patrol car over a treacherous frozen mountain to assist a deputy with bear poachers.

In Head Games emotions run wild as Wasserman encounters a family of downtrodden poachers that he’s reluctant to prosecute. It’s one of his best tales ever.

Fallout is a story about hardened poachers who will stop at nothing to shoot a deer. They’ve been at it for years because everyone is afraid to act. It takes a strong woman and her teenage daughter to finally bring the men to justice. 

Excerpts from Wildlife Guardian:

“I wondered if it was sizing me up at this very moment, its powerful body adjusting, muscles taut and ready. The notion made my heart hammer so loud I could hear it. And I was certain that whatever was out there could too.”

“She took a long pull on her cigarette. Thought about the revolver hidden in her bedroom. A single woman. Alone. Frightened. Three armed men outside. It would be self-defense…”

“The suspect had turned around and was boring toward us at a deadly pace. I switched on my revolving red light, thinking it might stop him. But the lunatic truck shot by my vehicle, taking my side mirror with it.”



Children’s Book About Alligator: A Kids Picture Book About Alligators with Photos and Fun Facts

by Tiara Jackson

Tiara Jackson is pleased to present her new picture book for kids. This easy reading book for children contains fun facts about alligators.

This delightful picture book for children, from about 4-10, contains discussions on alligators giving emphasis on their difference between a crocodile. This contains wonderful graphic images to accompany the story. It offers interesting facts, in simple language, and although appropriate for all these ages for the 4 year old to early second grade, probably, it will need to be viewed with a parent. Students will encounter new words and concepts. They’ll read more about their “U” shaped head, eyes, ears, nose, and skin. Also, they will also learn something about an albino alligator.

The images in the book are primarily color photographs that are stunning if read with a Kindle Fire or the Kindle Application on one of the tablet devices or the PC. Black and White readers will be also see them clearly but will just miss the added dimension available with color.

Children will also find answers to kid-style questions.

Teachers and home schooling parents will find this book a wonderful addition to their nonfiction libraries. It provides selected passages on an assortment of subjects. Great illustrations bring the text to life.



Children’s Book About Rays: A Kids Picture Book About Rays with Photos and Fun Facts

by Ling Chung

Children’s Author, Ling Chung, is pleased to present her new picture book for kids. Children’s Book About Rays: A Kids Picture Book About Rays with Photos and Fun Facts is a fascinating, educational book for children which contains many colorful images and interesting facts about rays. Kids will learn all about the different classifications of rays and what makes them so special. The information is broken up into different short sections that will encourage your child to explore, read and learn on their own. Each chapter contains its own set of facts and cool pictures.

The writing is fun and lively as well as educational. The vivid images of rays will draw your child into their amazing world and will keep them coming back for more.

At the end of each chapter are more fun facts. This invites further learning with added information about the topic, allowing your child to gain even a higher level of understanding. Children’s Book About Rays contains vivid images for each chapter so your child can visit up close with these cute critters in a fun and educational format. The images are highly detailed providing you with a fantastic, educational opportunity, giving your child a clear look at rays that they may never otherwise experience.

This book is truly a great way for children to explore, learn and to have fun while they dive into the world of rays. This educational book will spark their interest and keep them coming back for more.



Project: UFO

by José Enrique Rodríguez Domínguez

PROJECT UFO, is the result of analyzing the behavior observed in the movements of these objects and the study of each of the intrinsic features of its design and the research and application of physical principles that manifest in them.



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