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Read book Birds of a feather : tips, techniques, inspirational ramblings, creative nudging and step-by-step instructions to help you create [focal beads sculptures pins] by Christi Friesen in DOC, RTF, PRC, FB2, PDF

Author: Christi Friesen
Publisher: Tecachapi, Calif. : CF Books, ©2009.
ISBNISSN: 9780980231427, 0980231426
Notes: 47 pages : color illustrations ; 26 cm.
Responsibility: Birds of a feather : tips, techniques, inspirational ramblings, creative nudging and step-by-step instructions to help you create [focal beads sculptures pins]
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Model forms. "More than 750 scouting reports"--Cover. Presents the illustrated text to the song about the little white whale who swims wild and free. Historical volume relates to period 1607 up to the year of continuation by Volume 1, 1897.
Comprises v. 1 of Who's Who in American History.
Includes index. [v. 1] The historical vol., 1607-1896 --
v. 1 1897-1942 --
v. 2 1943-1950 --
v. 3 1951-1960. Poetry in English, . 1945- - Texts (BNB/PRECIS). Victor Frankenstein, a serious-minded student from Switzerland, meets "Mad Shelley", poet and atheist, at Oxford University. Soon, the two young men are deep in discussion of electrical science and natural philosophy. Frankenstein begins to contemplate new principles and new beliefs. Frankenstein embarks on his anatomy experiments in a barn in the secluded village of Headington, just outside Oxford. But the cadavers supplied by the local coroner are frequently damaged or decaying, so he moves his coils and fluids to a deserted pottery manufactory in Limehouse. Here he makes contact with the Doomsday men - the resurrectionists - who row across the Thames in the dead of night to bring him the fresh corpses of the recently dead. Spine-chilling narrative and ingeniously clever twists of plot and character. Produced in conjunction with the exhibition DoDo Jin Ming -- Free element / Behind my eyes at Michael Hoppen Gallery, 8 June 2005-20 August 2005 and Laurence Miller Gallery 29 May 2004-30 June 2004.
Text by James Yood.
Piece is in two separately bound sections, one attached to the inside of the front cover and one attached to the inside of the back cover. Originally published: New York : Viking Press, 1974. Cover title.
Includes index. Cover title.
Imprint from colophon. This is your book --
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You were born on this planet --
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at this hospital --
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Here's a copy of your birth certificate --
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This is what you looked like before you were born --
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Before you were born, there were lots of parties held in your honor --
We hope you like your name, because here are some of the other names that your mother considered --
And here are some names that your father considered --
These are some thoughts that mommy and daddy had about you before you were born --
These are some thoughts that mommy and daddy had about you immediately after you were born --
This is your family tree --
These are your parents --
These are your grandparents --
These are your godparents --
These are your aunts and uncles --
These are your cousins --
These are the names of some of the nice people who babysat you --
This is a picture of your first house --
This is a picture of you in your first Halloween costume --
This is a picture of you with Santa Claus --
This is a picture of you in your mom's favorite outfit --
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This was the big story in the news on the day you were born --
The President of the United States the year you were born was --
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When you were born, these countries had nuclear weapons --
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When you were born, these celebrities were in the headlines --
When you were born, these were some of the musicians your parents liked --
And these were some of the movies your parents liked --
When you were a baby, you traveled to these places --
When you were a baby, some of your favorite bedtime stories were --
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