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1. Word Search for Kids Ages 8-10: 100 Word Search Puzzles
Author: by Word Adventure Books
Are you looking for a fun way to boost your child’s learning while providing hours of screen-free entertainment? This book of word search puzzles is the perfect choice. Brain games are a proven, engaging, and fun way to learn: Reading speed, word association, vocabulary, spelling, and other subjects are improved with word search activities.
And using a pen or pencil to complete the puzzles engages certain parts of your child’s brain that digital products do not. 100 word search puzzles: The large number of puzzles means hours of screen-free entertainment for your young learner. They are designed specifically for this age group (8-10) and were created by college-educated, native English speakers.
Kid-friendly themes and categories with illustrations: Zoo, planets, family, food, and athletics are just some of the 100 categories and themes of these wordsearch puzzles. Every puzzle has a different theme and category, which helps develop word association and general language arts skills.
2. Sailing America
Author: by Onne van der Wal
Rizzoli (October 22, 2019)
The closest you’ll get on land to the feeling of being on deck-sailing through the eyes of a true master of both sail and lens. This deluxe, grand-scale, limited-edition book is a voyage across America, capturing the joy, excitement, and serenity of sailing in the waters of every region of the United States-from Puerto Rico to the tip of Alaska.
Over a lifetime devoted to boats and the pursuit of pleasure on water, the photographer Onne van der Wal has accrued an unparalleled archive of the most evocative and beautiful photography of this great American sport. Organized by region, and including competition yachts, leisure crafts, and everything in between, the book presents stunning vignettes of every form of American sailing-from classic yacht racing around Newport, Rhode Island to beautiful schooners drifting across the Great Lakes, and from peaceful catamaran expeditions around the islands of Hawaii to handmade single-masters in the frozen waters of Alaska and intense Grand Prix races along the rocky coasts of the Pacific Northwest.
3. Hinckley Yachts: An American Icon
Author: by Nick Voulgaris III
Celebrating more than eighty-five years of the prestigious yacht company, Hinckley Yachts traverses decades, oceans, and seas, capturing the joy, excitement, and serenity of the ultimate boating experience. A highly respected name in the yachting world, Hinckley sets the standard for high quality, performance, and lasting beauty.
This book showcases the rich history, classic design, and legendary work of the handcrafted Hinckley yachts from 1928 to today. With historic and contemporary photographs and drawings from Hinckley’s extensive archive-featuring the incredible craftsmanship and technical innovations of both its sailing yachts and jet boats-this is the first book to celebrate Hinckley’s rich history.
Chronicling the company’s early years, which includes boats used for World War II, to its integral role in the fiberglass revolution and the evolution of today’s modern yacht, it offers an in-depth look at some of the most legendary and renowned boats in the world.
4. U.S. Battleships: An Illustrated Design History
Author: by Norman Friedman
Naval Institute Press
Naval historians and enthusiasts alike will find U.S. Battleships to be the most comprehensive reference available on the entire development of U.S. Battleships, from the Maine and Texas of 1886, through the Montana class of World War II, up to the recommissioned Iowas.
Like the other books in Norman Friedman’s design-history series, U.S. Battleships is based largely on formerly classified internal U.S.Navy records. Friedman, a leading authority of U.S. Warships, explains the political and technical rationales for building battleships and recounts the evolution of each design.Alan Raven and A.D.
Baker III have created detailed scale outboard and plan views of each battleship class and of major modifications to many classes. Numerous photographs complement the text.
5. Battleships Yamato and Musashi (Anatomy of The Ship)
Author: by Janusz Skulski
Equipped with the largest guns and heaviest armour and with the greatest displacement of any ship ever built, the Yamato proved to be a formidable opponent to the US Pacific Fleet in the Second World War. The book contains a full description of the design and construction of the battleship including wartime modifications, and a career history followed by a substantial pictorial section with rare onboard views of Yamato and her sister ship Musashi, a comprehensive portfolio of more than 1,020 perspective line artworks, 350 colour 3D views, and 30 photographs.
The wreck of Musashi has been recently discovered to great excitement in Japan, renewing interest in these iconic warships. Janusz Skulski’s anatomies of three renowned ships of the 20th century Japanese navy are among the most comprehensive of the Anatomy series with hundreds of meticulously researched drawings of the ships.
Since their first publication he has continued to research the ships and has now produce a more definitive anatomy than was possible then. He has teamed up with 3D artist Stefan Draminksi who produces superb realistic renditions of the ships that bring a whole new level of detail to the portraits of the ships.
6. A Simple Guide to Using the Samsung Galaxy S21, S21 Plus, and S21 Ultra: A Simplified User Manual for Beginners and Seniors – with Useful Tips and Tricks (A Simple Guide Series)
Author: by Dylan Blake
If you’re a SENIOR or anyone in search of an easy step-by-step guide, then this user manual is for you! This user guide is a must-have for anyone who wants to know how to really operate any of the Galaxy s21 series smartphones.
A recent survey showed that more than 80% of Samsung users under-use their mobile devices. To help you maximize all the features of your flagship device, you’d need an easy to follow user guide. This manual will provide you with all the information you need to use your smartphone like a pro.
Made simple for you! This book is a comprehensive user manual with clear step-by-step illustrations to guide you through mastering your new device. When you get this book, you’d learn how to: Power on your device Set up your Galaxy S21 series smartphone Lock and Unlock your device Use biometric security Remap the side key Disable, enable, and customize Bixby Use wireless powershare Use the superfast charging on your device Transfer old files and data easily Customize notification features Customize the home screen Effectively use Always On Display Use the camera options like a pro Use the pin window feature Enable lift-to-wake feature Adjust screen resolution Effectively use the Director’s view to shoot videos effective use the S pen Maximize battery life of your phone Use the Samsung Dex feature Enable Scene optimizer Enable Eye comfort shield Troubleshoot common problems And so much more!
7. The Battleship Bismarck (Anatomy of The Ship)
Author: by Stefan Draminski
The Bismarck is perhaps the most famous-and notorious-warship ever built. Completed in 1941, the 45,000-ton German battleship sank HMS Hood, the pride of the British Royal Navy, during one of the most sensational encounters in naval history. Following the sinking, Bismarck was chased around the North Atlantic by many units of the Royal Navy.
She was finally dispatched with gunfire and torpedoes on May 27, 1941, less than five months after her completion. Her wreck still lies where she sank, nearly 3 miles down and 596 miles off the west coast of France. Drawing on new research and technology, this edition is the most comprehensive examination of Bismarck ever published.
It includes a complete set of detailed line drawings with fully descriptive keys and full-color 3D artwork, supported by technical details, photographs, and text on the building of the ship and a record of the ship’s service history.
8. Rock the Boat: Boats, Cabins and Homes on the Water
Author: by Gestalten
The freedom of open water and the comforts of home. Moveable homes with endless opportunities for exploration and changes of scenery. Converted ferries provide ample space for families. Shanty boats inspire images of Huck Finn’s literary journey and youthful spirit.
Former cruise ships become charming hotels. Rock the Boat’s floating domiciles showcase alternative living solutions from the private to the commercial. From the romantic lakes of Kashmir to the Bay of Venice, houseboats claim their space atop the water worldwide.
A buoyant boutique hotel awaits guests in London. A floating sauna promises relaxation for friends upon the Pielisjoki River. DIY timber rafts evoke pride of craftsmanship whilst inspiring feelings of adventure. These charismatic structures provide refuge from being landlocked and a promise to satisfy curious natures.
Rock The Boat profiles the imaginative inhabitants and designers behind these houseboats; the volume offers inspiration to anyone interested in a touch of escape or even a permanent change of address.
9. Last Dinner On the Titanic: Menus and Recipes from the Great Liner
Author: by Rick Archbold
Hachette / Hyperion
A cookbook designed to recreate the atmosphere of dining on the famous, doomed luxury liner serves up such recipes as Lobster Thermidor, Quail’s Eggs in Aspic with Caviar, and Poached Salmon with Dilled Mousseline Sauce and Cucumber.
10. Porsche 911: The Practically Free Supercar: The Complete Beginners Guide to the Smartest Route into Porsche Ownership
Author: by Mr Robert McGowan BSc.
Revised and updated-Have you ever dreamed of owning a Porsche? This book is for you. Now you can turn your dreams into reality and experience what it feels like to own the motoring legend that is the Porsche 911. You are about to discover why you don’t need to be wealthy to own and run various Porsche cars.
In fact, owning your dream Porsche can be free motoring if you follow the guidance set out in this book. Inside, you will discover:How to buy and maintain the world’s most iconic sportscar cheaply and to get back what you paid for it come resale;An overview of the Porsche model range including 911s, Turbos, GT2, GT3, Boxsters, Caymans, 914, 924, 944, 968 and the 928;How you can afford your dream Porsche;How to locate, buy, run and sell the right Porsche the smartest and easiest way;Which Porsche is the best value and which 911 you should buy now;Typical Porsche running costs;Which cars are affected by IMS, bore scoring and RMS issues and how to spot the tell-tale signs of problem cars;How to take precautions on potentially affected cars;Which Porsches have the best investment potential;How to master the unique driving characteristics of a classic 911 and avoid the infamous snap oversteer;Real world accounts of the author’s Porsche ownership experiences with three cars including how they drive, how they were purchased, run and sold (cost breakdown included); And more!
11. Porsche Boxster: The Practically Free Sportscar: The Beginner's Guide to Owning the Ultimate Roadster (Practically Free Porsche)
Author: by Robert McGowan
Have you ever dreamed of owning a Porsche Boxster? Now you can turn your dreams into reality. You are about to discover that not only is your dream Porsche within easy reach, but with the right strategy it can even be practically free motoring.
In this book bestselling Porsche author Robert McGowan will remove the guesswork in acquiring the perfect Porsche Boxster and gently guide you through everything you need to know including: How the Boxster was born How you can already afford your dream Porsche An in depth look at the model range including what they are like, what to look out for and how much to pay The best Boxster and why How to locate, buy and run a Porsche Boxster the smart way and get your money back come resale Details and insights of Robert’s Boxster ownership experiences How to spot and avoid potential problem areas including Bore Scoring, IMS and RMS issues Investment Potential The best DIY projects and modifications to get the most from your Boxster and to keep it running as Porsche intendedPorsche Boxster:The Practically Free Sportscar is the second book in the highly acclaimed Practically Free Porsche series.
12. Titanic: An Illustrated History
Author: by Don Lynch
A huge ocean liner, its lights blazing, its band playing, is slowly sinking in a calm sea. To most people, this image evokes one name alone – the Titanic. 119 years after this great maritime disaster, the haunting saga of the Titanic continues to fascinate the world.
Now, republished in one splendidly illustrated volume, the complete story of the giant luxury liner that sank on its maiden voyage in April, 1912 is recreated. Through dozens of full color, accurate paintings and illustrations by Titanic artist Ken Marschall, readers can again experience what it was like to sail on history’s most famous ship.
From the sight of water crashing through the glass-domed roof of the first-class staircase to a view of an underwater robot exploring the remains of the staircase seven decades later, each of the original Marschall paintings displayed here has a breathtaking impact.
Historian Don Lynch, the foremost expert on the people aboard the Titanic has compiled a text filled with enthralling information about the crew, the passengers and the ship itself. Encyclopedic in scope, this volume is an invaluable sourcebook of Titanic lore.
13. Titanic in Photographs
Author: by Daniel Klistorner
From the team of expert behind Titanic: The Ship Magnificent, this story of the Titanic in pictures, from build to maiden voyage, includes many rare images from collectors’ archives The name Titanic has become synonymous with catastrophe, the story of this luxurious liner legendary.
Wrecked after colliding with an iceberg on her maiden voyage, the loss of around 1,500 lives among her passengers and crew has gone down in history as one of the most emotive and tragic disasters in history. In this evocative collection of photography, the authors of Titanic: The Ship Magnificent tell her full story, from the shipyards of Harland & Wolff and its early vessels, with the backdrop of the great race to build the biggest and best passenger liner, to the frenzy of excitement surrounding her launch.
Looking at her officers and crew, her stops at Cherbourg and Queenstown, and including some special, rare photographs, the book follows the story to its inevitable conclusion, considering the lifeboats, the presence of the Carpathia, and the aftermath of the disaster.
14. Long Island and the Sea: A Maritime History
Author: by Bill Bleyer
For more than five centuries, the waterways surrounding Long Island have profoundly shaped its history. Familiar subjects of lighthouses, shipwrecks and whaling are found alongside oft-forgotten history such as Pan-American flying boats landing in Manhasset Bay in the early days of transatlantic flight.
From the British blockade and skirmishes during the American Revolution to the sinking of merchant vessels by Germany in World War II, the sea brought wars to these shores. Gold Coast millionaires commuted in high-speed yachts to Manhattan offices as the island’s wealth grew.
Historian Bill Bleyer reveals Long Island’s nautical bonds from the Native Americans to current efforts to preserve the region’s maritime heritage.