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Fly Bird Fly

Fly Bird Fly Author Linley Faire
ISBN-10 0991153219
Release 2014-11-25
Pages 44
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Learning new skills can be especially challenging for the very young. In Fly Bird Fly, Little Bird learns to fly and triumphs over his worst fears during a precarious situation. This family-friendly story suitable for early learners takes place in a natural world setting. Vocabulary definitions are furnished.



Fly Little Bird Fly

Fly Little Bird  Fly Author Donna Nordmark Aviles
ISBN-10 1932852077
Release 2004
Pages 69
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Holding tight to one another, vowing never to be separated, Oliver and Edward board the Orphan Train headed west to find a new home.



How birds fly

How birds fly Author David Goodnow
ISBN-10 UCSC:32106013188369
Release 1992-09-01
Pages 92
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HOW BIRDS FLY is a NON-TECHNICAL introduction to bird flight. This delightful book reveals the mysteries of flapping flight with sequences of fascinating high-speed photographs that lead the reader step-by-step through the fine points of take-off, level flight & slow flight. The text is easy to understand & includes a minimum of aerodynamic jargon & anatomical technicalities. HOW BIRDS FLY features 68 original photographs of geese, owls, ducks, gulls, terns, osprey, ravens, & ruffed grouse (including 16 full-color photos)--all taken by the author. An unusual double gatefold presents the phases of take-off in an exciting four-page-wide array of photographs. David Goodnow is a naturalist, a licensed bird-bander & a wildlife photographer. His photos have appeared in NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC, OUTDOOR LIFE, FIELD & STREAM, SPORTS ILLUSTRATED, Time-Life Books, & other leading publications. HOW BIRDS FLY may be ordered 24 hours a day from BookWorld Services, Inc., 1993 Whitfield Loop, Sarasota, FL 34243. Phone: 800-444-2524. FAX: 813-753-9396 or through Common Ground Distribution, 370 Airport Rd., Arden, NC 28704. Phone: 800-654-0626.



How and Why Do Birds Fly

How and Why Do Birds Fly Author Baby Professor
ISBN-10 9781682808306
Release 2015-12-20
Pages 32
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Learn about the aerodynamics in birds that once led to the creation of our modern-day aircraft. This picture book will teach you the howÕs and whyÕs of flight. With complex information broken down into bits that are more easily understood, your child will surely ÒsoarÓ to the great heights of knowledge soon. Grab a copy today!



Lecturing Birds on Flying

Lecturing Birds on Flying Author Pablo Triana
ISBN-10 9780470501030
Release 2009-05-13
Pages 352
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Praise for Lecturing Birds On Flying "Finally, a book taking a critical look at quantitative finance models, illuminating both their flawed fantasy assumptions as well as the uncritical use of such models on Wall Street, in many cases, leading to billion dollar losses. Pablo Triana knows both the financial industry and the academic community from the inside. A must-read for anyone interested in finance." —Dr. Espen Gaarder Haug, trader, thinker, and author of Derivatives Models on Models "A thoroughly readable explanation of the problems that have beset the models and quantitative techniques that have underpinned so much of finance in recent years. If only the bankers had heeded this message a few years before, we might not be in such a big mess today." —Gillian Tett, Assistant Editor of the Financial Times, overseeing global financial markets coverage, and author of Fool's Gold "Pablo Triana dismembers quantitative finance, in theory and in practice, with expertise, anger,and an excellent eye for the illuminating anecdote. By the time he has finished marshalling his evidence, his call to replace complex equations with something more like common sense sounds like, well, common sense." —Edward Hadas, Assistant Editor at Breakingviews.com; and author of Human Goods, Economic Evils: A Moral Approach to the Dismal Science "Pablo Triana is an entertaining and engaging writer, even on the dry subject of finance theory. His debunking of conventional wisdom is a treat." —Pauline Skypala, Editor, FTfm, Financial Times "Triana's book is an unrelenting fusillade of detailed and irrefutable arguments against financial theorems and those who teach them. It should, by rights, spark a revolution in both investment banks and business schools. But, at the very least, it is required reading for anyone who would regulate the finance industry." —Felix Salmon, Finance Blogger, Reuters



Black Bird Fly Away

Black Bird Fly Away Author Hugh Gregory Gallagher
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105060427106
Release 1998
Pages 276
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A collection of writings by the father of the Architectural Barriers Act of 1968 reflects on his life as a paraplegic



Taking Wing

Taking Wing Author Pat Shipman
ISBN-10 9780684849652
Release 1999-01-15
Pages 336
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Examines the scientific implications and continuing controversy over Archaeopteryx, a bird-reptile fossil discovered 130 years ago that many scientists believe offers tangible proof of Darwin's theory of evolution



Birds in Flight

Birds in Flight Author Carrol L. Henderson
ISBN-10 9781616731397
Release 2008-10-15
Pages 160
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They soar and they glide, they flap and they flutter, they swoop and they plummet. Solo or en masse, in formation or pas de deux, birds in flight are in their element, their airborne behavior as varied and distinctive as their plumage. In this book, wildlife biologist Carrol Henderson, a twenty-year veteran of bird-watching around the globe, offers his insights into spotting and identifying birds in flight. With 150 of Henderson’s exquisite close-up photographs of airborne birds, as well as diagrams illustrating the principles of flight and detailed information based on firsthand research, this book is as informative as it is simply delightful to look at. The singular beauty of an iridescent hummingbird pollinating a flower, the majesty of a condor soaring above the Andes, the impressive spectacle of migrating geese in Minnesota, black storks in Kenya, or Swainson’s hawks in Bolivia: in your back yard or far afield, this guide lets you enjoy the beauty of birds taking wing while learning the fascinating science of how, precisely, birds fly.



Fly Bird Fly

Fly Bird Fly Author Hana Gordon
ISBN-10 1719409366
Release 2018-05-24
Pages 42
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Children's story about a little girl who would like to learn to fly. Poem and pictures by Hana Gordon. Large print. Appropriate for all ages.



The Feather Thief

The Feather Thief Author Kirk Wallace Johnson
ISBN-10 9781101981627
Release 2018-04-24
Pages 320
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“Fascinating from the first page to the last—you won’t be able to put it down.” —Southern Living A rollicking true-crime adventure and a thought-provoking exploration of the human drive to possess natural beauty for readers of The Stranger in the Woods, The Lost City of Z, and The Orchid Thief. On a cool June evening in 2009, after performing a concert at London's Royal Academy of Music, twenty-year-old American flautist Edwin Rist boarded a train for a suburban outpost of the British Museum of Natural History. Home to one of the largest ornithological collections in the world, the Tring museum was full of rare bird specimens whose gorgeous feathers were worth staggering amounts of money to the men who shared Edwin's obsession: the Victorian art of salmon fly-tying. Once inside the museum, the champion fly-tier grabbed hundreds of bird skins—some collected 150 years earlier by a contemporary of Darwin's, Alfred Russel Wallace, who'd risked everything to gather them—and escaped into the darkness. Two years later, Kirk Wallace Johnson was waist high in a river in northern New Mexico when his fly-fishing guide told him about the heist. He was soon consumed by the strange case of the feather thief. What would possess a person to steal dead birds? Had Edwin paid the price for his crime? What became of the missing skins? In his search for answers, Johnson was catapulted into a years-long, worldwide investigation. The gripping story of a bizarre and shocking crime, and one man's relentless pursuit of justice, The Feather Thief is also a fascinating exploration of obsession, and man's destructive instinct to harvest the beauty of nature.



Fly Little Bird

Fly  Little Bird Author Tina Burke
ISBN-10 0143501526
Release 2006
Pages 32
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'Fly, little bird,' said the little girl. But, little bird is too small to fly, and all alone. The little girl takes little bird under her wing and gives him a home until he is ready to face the world. And that's when the fun and friendship really begins . . .



Paper Birds that Fly

Paper Birds that Fly Author Norman Schmidt
ISBN-10 1895569117
Release 1996
Pages 96
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Describes the use of the different parts of a bird's wings and tail and the maneuverability of its feathers. Includes patterns and instructions for fifteen paper birds.



If Birds Fly Back

If Birds Fly Back Author Carlie Sorosiak
ISBN-10 9780062563989
Release 2017-06-27
Pages 448
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A sparkling debut about love, family, and the mysteries of the universe, perfect for fans of Jandy Nelson and Nicola Yoon. Linny has kept a journal of famous disappearances ever since her sister Grace ran away in the middle of the night. Sebastian is an aspiring astrophysicist with a working theory for everything—but the one thing he can’t figure out is the identity of his birth father. They haven’t met—yet—but Linny and Sebastian have one thing in common: an obsession with famous novelist and filmmaker Àlvaro Herrera, who who went missing three years ago and has just reappeared. As their lives converge around the mystery of Àlvaro, they begin to uncover the answers they’ve been looking for. With humor and heart, debut author Carlie Sorosiak weaves a story of searching for those who leave—and loving those who stay. "If Birds Fly Back feels like that last hazy, sun-drenched summer of high school, when you know you'll need to find your place in the world, but you're busy laughing and falling in love under starlit skies. It's the rarest author who can pull off laugh-out-loud hilarious, profound, and breathlessly romantic, all in the most sparkling prose. That shortlist includes Rainbow Rowell, Nicola Yoon, and now, Carlie Sorosiak."—Jeff Zentner, acclaimed author of The Serpent King and Goodbye Days



Modelling the Flying Bird

Modelling the Flying Bird Author C.J. Pennycuick
ISBN-10 0080557813
Release 2008-08-23
Pages 496
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This book outlines the principles of flight, of birds in particular. It describes a way of simplifying the mechanics of flight into a practical computer program, which will predict in some detail what any bird, real or hypothetical, can and cannot do. The Flight program, presented on the companion website, generates performance curves for flapping and gliding flight, and simulations of long-distance migration and accounts successfully for the consumption of muscles and other tissues during migratory flights. The program is effectively a working model of a flying bird (or bat or pterosaur) and is the skeleton around which the book is built. The book provides a wider background and then explains how Flight works and shows how to set up and test hypotheses generated by the program. The book and the program are based on adapting the conventional (and well-tested) thinking of aeronautical engineers to the biological problems of bird flight. Their primary aim is to convince biologists that this is the appropriate way to handle problems that involve flight, to make the engineering background accessible to biologists, and to provide a tool kit in the shape of the Flight program, which they can use to solve practical problems involving bird flight and migration. In addition, the book will be readily accessible to engineers who want to know how birds work, and should be of interest to the ever-growing community working on flapping "micro air vehicles" (MAVs). The program can be used to predict the flight performance and capabilities of reconstructed fossil birds and pterosaurs, flying in ancient atmospheres that differ from present conditions, and also, of course, to predict and account for the results of experiments and observations on living birds and bats. * An up to date work by the world's leading expert on bird flight * Examines the biology and biomechanics of bird flight with added reference to the flight of bats and pterosaurs. * Uses proven aeronautical principles to help solve biological issues in understanding and predicting the flight capabilities of birds and other vertebrates. * Provides insights into the evolution of flight and the likely capabilities of extinct birds and reptiles. * Gives a detailed explanation of the science behind, and use of, the author's predictive bird flight simulation program - Flight - which is available on a companion website. * Presents often difficult concepts in easily understood language.



How Do Birds Fly

How Do Birds Fly Author Melissa Stewart
ISBN-10 0761421106
Release 2006-09-01
Pages 32
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"An examination of the phenomena and scientific principles behind bird flight"--Provided by publisher.



Birds

Birds Author Caroline Arnold
ISBN-10 9781607342076
Release 2003-07-01
Pages 32
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An introduction to the science that explains how birds fly.



Hearing Birds Fly

Hearing Birds Fly Author Louisa Waugh
ISBN-10 9780748108572
Release 2008-09-04
Pages 288
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HEARING BIRDS FLY is Louisa Waugh's passionately written account of her time in a remote Mongolian village. Frustrated by the increasingly bland character of the capital city of Ulan Bator, she yearned for the real Mongolia and got the chance when she was summoned by the village head to go to Tsengel far away in the west, near the Kazakh border. Her story completely transports the reader to feel the glacial cold and to see the wonders of the Seven Kings as they steadily emerge from the horizon. Through her we sense their trials as well as their joys, rivalries and even hostilities, many of which the author shared or knew about. Her time in the village was marked by coming to terms with the harshness of climate and also by how she faced up to new feelings towards the treatment of animals, death, solitude and real loneliness, and the constant struggle to censor her reactions as an outsider. Above all, Louisa Waugh involves us with the locals' lives in such a way that we come to know them and care for their fates.