The Last Eagle
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📒The Last Eagle ✍ Daniel Mannix
✏The Last Eagle Book Summary : A baby bald eagle is raised by attentive parents in a tall tree overlooking the Chesapeake Bay. A story overflowing with eagle facts and information, feathered with humor, and nested in a commentary on the fate of the bald eagle in North America.
📒The Last Eagle ✍ Fortune Garcia
✏The Last Eagle Book Summary : ABOUT THE BOOK THE LAST EAGLE IS A SPECIAL MIXED BOOK WITH A LOT OF JEWELS JUST MADE FOR YOU. EACH PART IS A NEW DISCOVERING FOR THE READER.MORE THAN WHAT YOU CAN WAIT FOR IS INSIDE THIS BOOK,THE POWERFUL SLICE OF TRANSFORMATION WHICH IS DONE STEP BY STEP IS DRIVING YOU CERTAINTLY TO THE WORLD OF THE AUTHOR COMPLETELY AND ENTIRELY FOR THE REST OF YOUR DREAM.
📒The Last Eagle ✍ Frances Terry
✏The Last Eagle Book Summary : Isaac lives with his Uncle Walter and Aunt Matilde and his Cousin Rosie on a farm in Bavaria, in 1938. Isaac teaches skiing and mountain climbing. They all have an idyllic summer - then, it is time for Rosie and Edward, to go back to University and things go wrong. This fantasy story is about the adventures of people who are trying to exist in the turbulent times of the second world war. The Leader of Germany needs an expert mountaineer to help him and his men climb and ski; Isaac is recruited to teach them. Hitler stands on the White Cliffs of Dover and addresses a captive audience, but there are bands of people who oppose him. Isaac saves a young man from death who made an attempt on Hitler's life. He meets resistance fighters, some of them no more than boys. Isaac is fearful of the power that is being unleashed upon an unsuspecting world by Germany and Japan. He is right to fear, for the power of the atomic bomb is awesome.
📒The Last Eagle ✍ Michael Cuyler Wenberg
✏The Last Eagle Book Summary : Forced into a neutral Estonian port for repairs during the chaos of the opening days of World War II, the Polish submarine, Eagle and her crew are betrayed by their captain and captured by Nazi sympathizers. The crew, however, isn’t content to sit out the war. With help from unexpected sources—a naval attaché with the British Embassy and a courageous American reporter and her photographer sidekick—they overcome their captors, regain control of Eagle, and escape. The German’s are convinced Eagle's crew has no stomach for a fight and will seek refuge in Sweden. But the Poles have something else in mind—join up with the British Fleet and continue fighting against their homeland's Nazi conquerors. They face stiff odds. Eagle has little food and water, few torpedoes, and no sea charts. And before she can rendezvous with the British somewhere in the North Sea, she must traverse the Baltic, which has become little more than a Nazi-controlled lake. This story is inspired by the exploits of the Polish submarine, Orzel, during the early weeks of World War II.
📒Ralph The Young Eagle Prince In The Last Eagle To Fly ✍ J. R. Nelson
✏Ralph the Young Eagle Prince in the Last Eagle to Fly Book Summary : "The "Ralph, the Young Eagle Prince" series aims to do more than just teach children to read. Principles of the Laws of Success are taught within these books. These principles include courage, faith, visualization, imagination. In this story, Ralph has to visualize and use his mind to learn how to fly.
📒The Last Eagle ✍ T. A. Hoover
✏The Last Eagle Book Summary : "When the last of a dying species of giant eagles saves a lonely little boy from certain doom, a friendship for the ages begins. The Last eagle is told in gentle thymes and beautiful illustrations that skillfully match the powerful emotions of the story."
📒The Last Good Man ✍ Kathleen Eagle
✏The Last Good Man Book Summary : "A poignant, satisfying romance." -Library Journal "Compelling."-Booklist "A good man is hard to find, but a romance by Eagle is a good place to start." -Kirkus Reviews Gorgeous, famous Savannah Stephens is back, and no one in her hometown, Sunbonnet, Wyoming, really knows why. Especially not Clay Keogh, the good-hearted rancher who has loved her from afar since they were kids. Savannah's young daughter looks just like Savannah's first love: local bad boy Kole Kills Crow, Clay's half-brother. Has Savannah come home to start a new relationship with Kole? Whatever her secrets, it's clear that she's deeply troubled and needs a shoulder to lean on. Clay is there for her, and she soon realizes that he's a very special man. But until she can bring herself to share the painful truth about her fall from stardom, the emotional distance between her and Clay may separate them forever. About the Author: Bestselling author Kathleen Eagle retired from a seventeen-year teaching career on a North Dakota Indian reservation to become a full-time novelist. The Lakota Sioux heritage of her husband and their three children has inspired many of her stories. Among her honors, she has received a Career Achievement Award from Romantic Times, the Midwest Fiction Writer of the Year Award, and Romance Writers of America's prestigious RITA Award. Library Journal named THE NIGHT REMEMBERS one of the five best romances of the year. Kathleen takes great pleasure in reading letters from readers who tell her that her books have tugged at their heartstrings, entertained, inspired, and even enlightened them. Visit her at www.KathleenEagle.com.
📒Eagle Dreams ✍ Stephen J. Bodio
✏Eagle Dreams Book Summary : This travel memoir of Mongolia—a little-known landscape and the birthplace of falconry—is “quite possibly the best book ever written about eagles” (Lawrence Millman, author of Last Places). As a boy, Stephen J. Bodio was always fascinated with nature—and when he saw an image in National Geographic of a Kazakh nomad, dressed in a long coat and fur hat and holding a huge eagle on his fist, his life was forever changed. When Mongolia finally became independent in 1990, Bodio knew that his childhood wish to see the eagle hunters was soon to become a reality. In Eagle Dreams, he recounts his trip to Mongolia, where he spent months with the people and birds that had occupied his imagination for so long. He finally visits the birthplace of falconry and observes the traditions that have survived intact through the ages. He witnesses things most people will never be able to—and in this memoir of an incomparable journey, he brings to vivid life to the people, landscapes, and animals of Mongolia that have become part of his soul. “Bodio writes like Pavarotti sings . . . A master.” —Tony Hillerman on Querencia
📒The Last Rock Eagle ✍ Blaga Dimitrova
✏The Last Rock Eagle Book Summary : Dimitrova is one of the great dissident poets of her nation, and vice president of Bulgaria. This compact collection gives the flavor of her fearlessness...It also captures something of her language, with its wild authority...
📒The Eagle Owl ✍ Vincenzo Penteriani
✏The Eagle Owl Book Summary : The Eagle Owl is one of the biggest owls in the world and is considered the most eclectic in terms of habitat, nest site and diet. An undisputed top predator, it can prey on a range of mammals up to the size of foxes, and almost every species of bird, reptile, amphibian and fish, as well as a large spectrum of invertebrates. Surprisingly, it can also breed almost anywhere, laying its eggs on a variety of natural and artificial structures over an array of altitudes. Yet, despite being so adaptable, it is still a vulnerable species and has suffered widely from persecution as well as other threats including electrocution on power lines, decreasing prey availability, the effects of pesticides and pollutants, and habitat alteration. Vincenzo Penteriani and María del Mar Delgado have studied this fascinating bird extensively across its vast Eurasian range. In this book, they detail its remarkable ecology: distribution, breeding behaviour, foraging ecology, interspecific interactions, dispersal and conservation issues are all addressed, while the final two chapters provide a remarkable insight into vocal and visual communication. Scientists have long believed that owls and other crepuscular and nocturnal birds forgo the visual signals found in other avian species, but research on the Eagle Owl has indicated otherwise.