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Pencil drawing is a fundamental topic in art instruction and a good starting point for any artist, whether a novice or a master. In Drawing: Dogs & Puppies, artists will learn everything they need to know for achieving realistic pet portraits in pencil, while intermediate artists will have an opportunity to brush up on key pencil-drawing skills. Along the way, artists will also learn valuable information about planning a drawing; working from photographs; mastering perspective; and rendering a range of textures, including short fur, long fur, curly fur, noses, and much more. The book opens with an introduction to the basic drawing tools and materials, including pencils, erasers, supports, and blending tools. From choosing the right drawing paper to learning how to handle the pencil to mastering basic pencil strokes, Drawing: Dogs & Puppies features valuable information for learning to draw a variety of canine companions in graphite pencil, including a pug, a golden retriever, a Great Dane, and more step by step. With expert instruction, a breadth of subject matter, helpful tips, and inspirational artwork, Drawing: Dogs & Puppies is the perfect addition to any dog-loving artist's reference library.
This is NOT just a story! This is part of a series of books to help young children to read. This book is level 1 book 6. Each book in the series contains 3 stories. Each story follows the same story line, but each is of different level. So your child can read through the series again and again, each time choosing a harder level. The first level of each book also has audio (go to the last page of the book to find a special link to download the .mp3 audio file) Let your child listen to a native English speaker read the book as they read along. With Mark's Mad Phonics every child can become a fluent and independent reader!
The technological age has seen a number of catastrophic and preventable failures -- from buildings and bridges to space and launch vehicles, from chemical factories to nuclear power plants, from ships to airplanes, and from trains to automobiles. Often the root cause can be traced to design and engineering that did not appropriately consider safety as a factor. The ideas, methods, and case studies of this book are at the nexus of probabilistic risk assessment and decision analysis. This book melds these two technologies into a method of incorporating safety into a system or product from the beginning of its development. Choosing Safety is the first book to bring together probabilistic risk assessment and decision analysis using real case studies. By virtue of more than a dozen practical examples from the author's experience in nuclear power, aerospace, and other potentially hazardous industries, the book focuses on methods for making logical decisions about complex engineered systems and products in which safety is a key factor in design -- and where failure can cause great harm, injury, or death. In a nutshell, it shows when, where, and how probabilistic risk assessment fits into decision analysis. This book provides the needed guidance and formal procedures to include safety in project decisions.
"Cat" is a dog, a bloodhound and golden lab mix, living the good life on the rural south end of Whidbey Island in Puget Sound. "Dog" is a calico cat living under the same roof; she is aloof as cats are prone to be and a little on the wild side, keeping awful hours and dragging home her "trophies" from the ferry dock. Twelve-year-old Vicki Townsend loves both her pets dearly, but she shares a secret with "Dog" that "Cat" must never know. Never! When a mountain lion terrorizes the island, preying primarily on the island's domestic pet population for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Vicki's worst nightmare comes true: "Dog" is forced to reveal Vicki's secret to "Cat," bursting "Cat's" idealistic bubble and proving that something indeed is rotten in the State of Washington. After such a devastating revelation, will "Cat" swallow his pride, put aside his hurt and help rescue "Dog" from the jowls of the vicious cougar. Only time and "Cat's" keen sense of smell will tell.
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