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Cape Itself (USED)

Cape Itself (USED)

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An illustrated guide to the rugged, seabound landscape of Cape Cod, which reveals its ritual of seasonal and geological change, its diverse natural life and the other physical beauties that have attracted tourists and artists alike for over a century.

Caribbean Islands: 2 (USED)

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China Travel Guide- Beijing, Xian, Shanghai, Guilin, Guangzhou (USED)

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Collins Road Atlas Ireland: Touring Edition (USED)

Collins Road Atlas Ireland: Touring Edition (USED)

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Perfect for visitors to Ireland, this atlas features places of tourist interest; contact information for Tourist Information Centres with grid references to the mapping; and fully indexed street maps of 11 cities and towns--Dublin, Belfast, Cork, Limerick, Londonderry (Derry), Galway, Bangor, Waterford, Dun Laoghaire, Drogheda and Killarney. It also notes speed enforcement zones and fixed location speed cameras, Blue Flag & Green Coast beaches, and ferry and airport information. It has a distance chart, and distances are marked on the roads in miles and kilometers. Route planning map of the whole of Ireland is at 15.8 miles to 1 inch. Includes an administrative map of Irish counties and districts, and attractive layer colors showing land height.
Come On shore and We Will Kill and Eat You All: A New Zealand Story (USED)

Come On shore and We Will Kill and Eat You All: A New Zealand Story (USED)

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In this involving, compassionate memoir, Christina Thompson tells the story of her romance and eventual marriage to a Maori man, interspersing it with a narrative history of the cultural collision between Westerners and the Maoris of New Zealand. Despite their significant differences, Thompson and her husband, Seven, share a similar sense of adventure and a willingness to depart from the customs of their families and forge a life together on their own. Thompson explores cultural displacement through the ages and the fascinating history of Europeans in the South Pacific, beginning with Abel Tasman's discovery of New Zealand in 1642. Yet at its core, this is the story of two people who meet, fall in love, and are forever changed.

Companion Guide to London (USED)

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Companion Guide to the Greek Islands (USED)

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Complete Cotswolds (USED)

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Complete Picture Guide to Newport, R.I. (USED)

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Concise Atlas of the World (USED)

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Following the tremendous success of Oxford's Atlas of the World, Oxford University Press proudly presents the newly updated and revised second edition of the Concise Atlas of the World. Truly international in scope, the Concise Atlas offers comprehensive and fully up-to-date coverage of every area of the globe.
Many exciting features have been added to the second edition, including literally hundreds of changes in boundaries and place names: showing the nine new South African provinces, the extensive reshaping of the former Soviet Republics, and the new African nation of Eritrea; new digitized maps of Europe, created with the most recent technological advances in cartography that offer superior clarity and legibility; and a new map showing current territorial disputes in the former Yugoslavia, the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, the Caucasus region, and Ecuador and Peru.
Produced by George Philip Ltd., one of Europe's finest cartographers, Oxford's Concise offers the finest relief mapping available, with three-dimensional images of unsurpassed clarity and arresting beauty. The stunning array of political and topographical maps in the extensive World Maps section, made with carefully selected scales and projections, are as superb as ever, and the revised 44,000-name general index has full geographical coordinates to make finding any town, region, or mountain range an easy task. The special 48-page United States Maps section offers an abundance of multicolored political, topographical, and climate maps, as well as close-ups of urban areas, and its own 7,000-name index. In addition, the illustrated Introduction to World Geography section, now fully updated, uses colorful charts and graphs to convey a wealth of information on topics ranging from the solar system, glaciers, and global warming to energy consumption, population density, and literacy rates.
With a host of user-friendly and informative features, including helpful graphics on map projections, a subject index, a user guide, and a new section of flags from around the world, the Concise Atlas of the World achieves the highest standard among international map references. It is an indispensable and affordable resource for every home, school, library, and business.