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Pensacola may boast the world's whitest beaches, but the sands of time reveal a dark history in America's first settlement. It's no surprise that one of the nation's oldest cities is also among the most haunted, with culturally diverse spirits from the ages of the Spanish founders and British settlers through the turbulent era of the Civil War. Author and expert Alan Brown presents a survey of unexplained mysteries at Pensacola's eerie landmarks. The infamous haunted lighthouse, the ghosts of St. Michael's Cemetery and the tale of the headless woman of Ramona Street are just a few of the chilling stories recounted in Haunted Pensacola.
Seeking a temporary escape from the city and a world gone mad, Alan Brown plots out a personal challenge: an epic coast-to-coast trip through the lonely interior of the Highlands. He traverses paths historic and new, eschewing creature comforts and high-tech gear, trusting his (mostly) serviceable bike and his own skills. Armed with the essentials and a sense of curiosity, he discovers more about nature, people, our country, risk and himself than he ever thought possible. Alan traces a route from Argyllshire's Loch Etive across remote Rannoch moors, dramatic Grampian terrain and the beautiful glens of Strathspey to reach the Moray Firth at Findhorn. Ready for all weathers and obstacles, he succumbs to the hypnotic daily routine of ride, eat, sleep, repeat. He's savouring the landscapes, the wildlife and the solitude, and relishing the self-reliance. He is also picking up clues to past lives and discovering how the land has been altered by industry and game sports or, sometimes, conserved for wildlife and trees.
Encouraging inquisitive minds to reach their potential
James? Eddie? Freddy? Chris P. Bacon? In the ultimate name game between the miller's daughter and the little man behind the spinning wheel, it's anyone's guess who will win. Navigate through three fractured retellings of the classic fairy tale. In this story, YOU CHOOSE how it ends. Will you guess correctly and live happily ever after?
Develop your students' subject knowledge and skills using this second edition of the WJEC GCSE Geography student book. Featuring updated case studies, practice questions and clear presentation of key terms, this thoroughly revised edition provides students with the up-to-date knowledge they need to succeed at GCSE. - Contains coherent coverage of every core and optional theme in a single volume, with clear explanations of key concepts throughout - Engages and challenges students of all abilities with an exciting, thematic approach, brought to life by Welsh, UK and international place references - Improves students' ability to interpret, analyse and evaluate geographical information through practical, skills-focused activities that involve data, maps and photographs - Boosts candidates' confidence approaching examination by providing extensive practice questions for each assessed theme This book also includes coverage of WJEC Geography A.
"How to Play Piano" contains everything the new or intermediate piano player needs to know to really get to grips with making music on this most popular of instruments. Highly practical, it leads you from the basics to more complex techniques, covering playing with the left hand, right hand and both together, along with a basic introduction to reading music. The clear text is accompanied by illustrative photos and diagrams, and the guide is complemented by some classic practice pieces to try your hand(s) at, such as "Fur Elise" and "Pachelbel's Canon", as well as a glossary and further reading.
No band would be complete without a bass element giving depth and unity. "How to Play Bass Guitar" contains everything the new or intermediate bass player needs to perfect their playing of this vital instrument. Highly practical, the book leads you from the basics of how to hold, fret, pluck and play scales through to playing chord-framing patterns and muted percussive rhythms - understanding how the bass underpins the harmonies of a band. The clear text is accompanied by illustrative photos and diagrams, and the guide is complemented by a chord finder, scales and modes finder, a glossary and further reading.
Develop your students' subject knowledge and skills using this second edition Eduqas GCSE (9-1) Geography B Student book. Featuring updated case studies, practice questions and clear presentation of key terms, this thoroughly revised edition provides students with the up-to-date knowledge they need to succeed at GCSE. - Enhances students' subject knowledge, critical thinking and problem-solving skills using clear explanations of geographical issues, brought to life through an exciting, enquiry-based approach - Teaches students how to interpret, analyse and evaluate geographical information through a range of progressive, skills-building activities that use real-place data, maps and photographs - Boosts candidates' confidence approaching examination by providing opportunities for practice for each assessed theme - Highlights possible fieldwork projects and contains guidance on carrying out investigations that meet the changed assessment requirements
Collected episodes of two late '60s gang drama series. 'Spindoe' was a spinoff from an earlier Granada drama 'The Fellows'. At the end of that series, Alec Spindoe (Ray McAnally) had been sent to prison but here he is on the outside yet again. After his time inside, he attempts to pick up where he left off but a bigshot crime Czar and a private dick are dogging his every move. Features six one-hour episodes. 'Big Breadwinner Hog' followed the rise of a career hoodlum, Hog (Peter Egan), against a backdrop of the London gangland. Unapologetic and brutal in its depiction of violence, the series was so ahead of its time that it was eventually pulled from screens before the end of its run - the only programme to have achieved that honour at the time!
Collection of 80 episodes from Britain's longest-running television soap, covering the whole of the 1970s with eight landmark episodes selected from each year featuring favourite characters such as Elsie Tanner (Pat Phoenix), Ena Sharples (Violet Carson), Bet Lynch (Julie Goodyear), Hilda Ogden (Jean Alexander), Ken Barlow (William Roache), Mike Baldwin (Johnny Briggs), Deirdre (Anne Kirkbride) and Vera Duckworth (Elizabeth Dawn).
From the iconic 'Rhapsody in Blue' to his 'Three Preludes' for piano, the works of George Gershwin enjoyed immense popularity during his day and continue to be celebrated for their unique style. For intermediate to advanced players, George Gershwin: Sheet Music for Piano has over 40 pieces by the American composer to choose from. With fingerings clearly marked and designed for easy reading, these books are the ideal resource of any piano or keyboard player.
A contemporary of Handel and Bach, Scarlatti is best remembered now for his 555 keyboard sonatas. Distinctive and playful, the sonatas are testament to Scarlatti's great skill and show the influence of his time spent as a composer in Spain, Italy and Portugal. Featuring over twenty pieces by the Baroque composer, Domenico Scarlatti: Sheet Music for Piano gathers some of his best works and are suitable for a range of abilities. With difficulty levels indicated and fingerings clearly marked, these books are designed for easy reading and are the ideal resource of any piano or keyboard player.
"A masterpiece by Canaletto leads a young art historian on the
trail of an unsolved mystery.
"Scales & Modes" is a fantastic guide for musicians of all genres and players of all instruments. Along with chords, scales and modes are the building blocks of music and are very important to know, particularly for composition and improvisation. Featuring 31 of the most commonly used scales and modes in each of the 12 keys, this book is great for those who wish to improve their playing technique and for those looking to write and arrange their own melodies. Created by musicians for musicians, with helpful pictures, clear accessible text and a practical ringbound format, it is an ideal resource for musicians of all abilities.
The second book in an exciting new series of Fortnite graphic novels
Idris, Kiki, Sarah, and Cody are known as The Stonewood Survivors. After launching a comm-satellite to serve as a beacon for others lost on the Island, they’re hailed as heroes.
But heroes’ work never ends.
Core to their mission of survival is uncovering information about the founder of the shadowy corporation, Vindertech. This they know: Dr. Vinderman is the mastermind behind a host of wonder weapons that includes Ray the Robot and, more importantly, humanity’s last hope for survival, the Storm Shields. What they don’t know is whether Dr. Vinderman is working for or against them.
To get to the truth, they must paraglide over herds of ravenous Husks and Mist Monsters, land on the roof of Vindertech Research Labs, save the supercomputer servers housed there, and discover Dr. Vinderman’s location.
Nothing happens as planned, and soon they are trapped in a deadly game of hide and seek. Hunted by the maniacal sniper known as Teddy Bear, they enter storm-wracked Plankerton where, if they’re not slaughtered by mutant fiends, they just might save the world—assuming they don’t kill each other first!
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