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Feel tired of sightseeing? Experience the slow-life on an island surrounded by nature. The tour starts at Kouwa Station, an one hour train ride from Nagoya City or Chubu Centrair International Airport. Visit two unknown smalls islands Shinojima and Hikagajima, 20 minutes by boat from Kouwa Port. Shinojima is the first spot. Eat fresh delicious fish. The largest amount of shirasu in Japan is here. Next at Kashima, there are octopus everywhere! There are objects and cute photo spots.No lively tour spots! Take a pleasant walk around the countryside, feel the nature. Your guide will show you must-see spots on the island allowing you to visit two islands in one day!
For fans of Wesley the Owl and The Soul of an Octopus, the story of a sick baby bird nursed back to health and into the wild by renowned writer/artist Julie Zickefoose.When Jemima, a young orphaned blue jay, is brought to wildlife rehabilitator Julie Zickefoose, she is a virtually tailless, palm-sized bundle of gray-blue fluff. But she is starved and very sick. Julie’s constant care brings her around, and as Jemima is raised for eventual release, she takes over the house and the rest of the author's summer.Shortly after release, Jemima turns up with a deadly disease. But medicating a free-flying wild bird is a challenge. When the PBS show Nature expresses interest in filming Jemima, Julie must train her to behave on camera, as the bird gets ever wilder. Jemima bonds with a wild jay, stretching her ties with the family. Throughout, Julie grapples with the fallout of Jemima’s illness, studies molt and migration, and does her best to keep Jemima strong and wild. She falls hard for this engaging, feisty, and funny bird, a creative muse and source of strength through the author’s own heartbreaking changes.Emotional and honest, Saving Jemima is a universal story of the communion between a wild creature and the human chosen to raise it. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Julie Zickefoose. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/163652/bk_acx0_163652_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
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The world's top 500 food experiences - ranked! We asked the planet's top chefs, food writers and our food-obsessed authors to name their favourite, most authentic gastronomic encounters. The result is a journey to Mozambique for piri-piri chicken, Japan for bullet train bento boxes, San Sebastian pintxos bars, and a further 497 of the most exciting eateries anywhere on Earth. Ultimate Eatlist is the follow-up to our bestselling Ultimate Travelist and is a must-own bucket list for foodies and those who love to travel. You'll discover the planet's most thrilling and famous culinary experiences, the culture behind each one, what makes them so special, and why the experience is so much more than what's in the plate, bowl or glass in front of you. How many have you tried and what's your number one? With contributions from Monica Galetti, Curtis Stone, Mark Hix, Ben Shewry, Dan Hunter, Ping Coombes, Gail Simmons, Tony Singh, Elena Arzak, and many more. Entries include: Laksa, Malaysia Grilled octopus, Greece Smorrebrod, Denmark Ceviche, Peru Po boy, USA Steak tartare, France Bibimbap, Korea Dim Sum, Hong Kong Reindeer Stew, Finland Jerked chicke(more...)
NATIONAL BESTSELLER &#8220; Lily and the Octopus is the dog book you must read this summer&#8230;. Reading this heart-wrenching but ultimately breathtaking novel was a very profound experience&#8230;. As Lily might say, &#8216;YOU! MUST! READ! THIS! BOOK!&#8217;&#8221; &#8212;The Washington Post &#8220;Startlingly imaginative...&#8216;Lily and the Octopus&#8217; is a love story sure to assert its place in the canine lit pack...Be prepared for outright laughs and searing or silly moments of canine and human recognition. And grab a tissue: THERE! WILL! BE! EYE! RAIN!&#8221; &#8212; Newsday &#8220;Sensitive, hilarious, and emotionally rewarding.... The intimacy of pet ownership is sweetly suffused throughout this heartwarming autobiographical fiction... In generous helpings of bittersweet humanity, Rowley has written an immensely poignant and touchingly relatable tale that readers (particularly animal lovers) will love.&#8221; &#8212;Publishers Weekly &#8220;Steven Rowley&#8217;s touching, fresh, energetic novel isn&#8217;t simply another &#8216;boy and his dog&#8217; story. It is a profound exploration of grief&#8212;how we find ourselves lost, how we search for reason, how we sacrifice ourselves for our loved ones, all to avoid paying the octopus. But the octopus will be paid. And in settling that debt, in the magical, hopeful world of Lily and the Octopus, we will learn to live&#8212;and love&#8212;again. A wonderfully moving story.&#8221; &#8212;Garth Stein, bestselling author of The Art of Racing in the Rain &#8220;An exceedingly authentic, keenly insightful, and heartbreakingly poignant tribute to the purity of love between a pet and its human.&#8221; &#8212; Booklist (starred review) &#8220;A quirky and deeply affecting charmer of a novel, Lily and the Octopus is funny, wise, and utterly original in its exploration of what it means to love any mortal creature. This brave little dachshund will capture your heart, as will her prickly, tenderhearted, and irresistible owner. Don't miss their adventures together.&#8221; &#8212;Sara Gruen, bestselling author of Water for Elephants &#8220;Singular, spectacular, and touchingly tentacular.&#8221; &#8212;Chris Cleave, bestselling author of Little Bee &#8220;You will tear through this big-hearted, inventive novel. A fast and funny read that also happens to be a profound meditation on love and forgiveness, Lily and the Octopus is a delight.&#8221; &#8212;Christina Baker Kline, bestselling author of Orphan Train &#8220;Intelligently written, finely observed, and surprisingly moving, this is a book you&#8217;ll find hard to put down.&#8221; &#8212;Graeme Simsion, bestselling author of The Rosie Project &#8220;A whimsical, touching tale&#8221; &#8212;People &#8220;My favorite book of the year: Steven Rowley's Lily and the Octopus. Hilarious, heartbreaking. You will absolutely cry and you will love it.' &#8212;Patrick Ness, bestselling author of The Rest of Us Just Live Here &#8220;You don&#8217;t need to be a dog lover to enjoy Steven Rowley&#8217;s new book, &#8216;Lily and the Octopus,&#8217; but if you&#8217;ve realized you like your dog more than most humans you encounter, this is one you won&#8217;t want to miss.&#8221; &#8212; Newport Beach Independent &#8220;In his funny, ardent and staunchly kooky way, Rowley expresses exactly what it's like to love a dog.&#8221; &#8212; Kirkus Reviews &#8220;Rowley shares a moving, profound tale of grappling with loss.&#8221; &#8212;Real Simple &#8220;It is a joyful book; it is also a sincerely written tragedy that invoked the purity of friendship between animal/human family members. It's laughter through tears. Rowley has a sense of humor with just enough morbid sensibility to appeal to a wide audience (even if animal best friend books aren't one's thing). Yet, he navigates the five stages of grief
Praise for Spying on Whales: &#8220;[Pyenson] draws out one of the most fascinating stories in the history of life.&#8221; &#8212;The New Yorker &#8220;A palaeontological howdunnit embedded in a travelogue devoted to chasing living and extinct whales&#8230;[ Spying on Whales] captures the excitement of suction-cup tagging of humpback whales, and of digs in Panama, seeking answers to deep questions in cetacean science.&#8221; &#8212; Nature &#8220; Spying on Whales represents the best of science writing. The subject is inherently fascinating, the author is an authentic scientist by virtue of his personal research on the subject, and the text reads like the epic it truly is.&#8221; &#8212;Edward O. Wilson, Pulitzer Prize-winner and New York Times bestselling author of The Origin of Creativity and The Meaning of Human Existence 'This is a fantastic book. Nick Pyenson writes with a rare combination of passion, scientific insight, and knowledge of Deep Time. I couldn't put it down.' &#8211;Sy Montgomery, author of The Soul of an Octopus 'Reading Spying on Whales leaves a strong impression, based on the principles of ecology, evolution, and physiology, that a world including whales seems awesomely improbable. And, of course, wonderful. Nick Pyenson guides us through this world, and in the process achieves that rare state of grace for a writer of science&#8212;producing prose that is both scientific and beautiful. This is a moving, informative, evocative book.' &#8212;Robert Sapolsky, author of Behave 'Spying on Whales is a delight on many levels. It's an introduction to the science of whales, but it's also the odyssey of a scientist&#8212;and whether he's tracing the fossil history of whales or describing the dissection of a giant whale heart, Pyenson tells his story with warmth and wit.' &#8212;Carl Zimmer, author of She Has Her Mother's Laugh 'Knowing whales means following them when they dive out of sight, tracing their evolution through desert fossils, and reading great writers as well as the unpublished journals of dozens of scientists who, little by little, chipped away at vast mysteries. If that doesn&#8217;t seem easy, it could explain why only one person has done it all. You&#8217;re holding his fantastic book in your hands. ' &#8212;Carl Safina, author of Beyond Words: What Animals Think and Feel 'Nick Pyenson's Spying on Whales is both a lucid deep-dive into the natural history of these animals and, more subtly, an artful portrait of our own species' enchantment with them. It's an enthralling book about everything we know and our compulsion to know it. ' &#8212;Jon Mooallem, author of Wild Ones and American Hippopotamus 'With captivating prose, Nick Pyenson takes us on a scientific tale as big as a blue whale. Give your inner paleontologist a treat and learn what it&#8217;s like to study the largest animals the world has ever seen.' &#8212;Jonathan Losos, author of Improbable Destinies 'There are very few creatures that so fully capture our imagination as do whales &#8212; and Pyenson proves why they continue to pique scientific and popular curiosity. Part science, part memoir, and all about whales, Pyenson&#8217;s fantastic book is a must-read for any science and nature enthusiast.' &#8212;Lydia Pyne, author of Seven Skeletons 'For the first time anywhere, Nick Pyenson skillfully pieces together the multi-faceted cetacean story&#8212;from humble origins among four-legged river-dwellers, to the staggering global diversity of modern whales, and into an uncertain future. Spying on Whales is an engaging tour-de-force that propels you along this journey. ' &#8212;Scott D. Sampson, author of How to Raise a Wild Child and host, PBS Kids Dinosaur Train &#8220;A wondrous read &#8230; Pyenson&#8217;s enthusiasm is contagious.' --Bookpage 'Contagiously enthusiastic&#8230;. A fascinating and entertaining look at whales and the scientists who study them.' &#8212;Publishers Weekly &#8220;A hard-to-put-down quest to understand whales and their place on