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The cactus has courage

Ursula Bloom

The cactus has courage

by Ursula Bloom

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Published by Chivers in Bath .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Originally published, London , Hutchinson, 1961.

StatementUrsula Bloom.
SeriesA Lythway book
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR6003.L58
The Physical Object
Pagination220p. ;
Number of Pages220
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21636660M
ISBN 100851190650
OCLC/WorldCa12480611

A large format, well illustrated book from Cactus & Co (Available in English, Italian and Russian Environmental Biology of Agaves and Cacti by Park S Nobel Although this is a scientific book, it is emminently readable and gives many insights into the cultivation of cacti and succulents. book. Cactus Soup Chicken Soup for the Kid's Soul: Stories of Courage, Hope and Laughter (Chicken Soup for the Soul) Chicken Soup for Little Souls The Never-Forgotten Doll (Chicken Soup for the Soul) The Soup-Maker Cookbook: Over 50 recipes for Soup Makers Soup Cleanse Cookbook:File Size: KB.

This book won the National Cowboy Hall of Fame’s award for “Best Western Art Book.” It has 33 full-color reproductions of the artist’s paintings, plus many pen-and-ink sketches that depict cowboy life in the Old West, and gives a biographical account of the man and his career. pp.   Susan Green has a flat that is ideal for one, a job that suits her passion for logic, and an “interpersonal arrangement” that provides cultural and other, more intimate, benefits. But suddenly confronted with the loss of her mother and the news that she is about to become a mother herself, Susan’s greatest fear is realized. She is losing control.

  Susan Green has a perfectly controlled life until she doesn’t. Her life is carefully structured for one person: her flat is orderly and just the right size for one, her job is ideal for her analytical abilities, her cactus plants are dutifully tended, and her “relationship” is carefully defined and scheduled.   Brain Pickings has a free Sunday digest of the week's most interesting and What a baby cactus can teach us about empathy, free will, and the art of finding one’s tribe. by animator-turned-children’s-book-author Simona Ciraolo — a sweet story about a young cactus named Felipe, who longs for such softness of contact in a family that.


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