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📒Don T Pee In The Wetsuit ✍ Michelle Elaine Kennedy
📝Don t Pee in the Wetsuit Book Synopsis : Michelle Kennedy watched live coverage of a fiery, multi-car accident for an entire day before recognizing her father's Chevy pickup pinned between the two semi-trucks. A television news reporter at the time, she narrowly avoided being assigned to cover the collision that killed her father. Suddenly a part of the news she'd reported on for years, Kennedy longed to run away from broadcasting, her life, and looped images of her father's body underneath a yellow tarp. Blending reverent reflection with rollicking adventure, Don't Pee in the Wetsuit is a travel memoir about Kennedy's attempt to sift through an unresolved relationship with her dad on a six-month trip around the world. Gallivanting through eleven countries with a best friend, Kennedy loses her clothes in Costa Rica, swims with bull sharks in Australia, gets scolded for peeing in her wetsuit on a cave tour in New Zealand, and overindulges on food, wine, and foreign men. Writing on the road, she struggles to forgive her father's shortcomings and make peace with losing the first love of her life.
📒Don T Look Behind You ✍ Peter Allison
📝Don t Look Behind You Book Synopsis : In Peter's own words: These are the stories of a not particularly brave safari guide...As a child I knew that I was afraid of heights, and while uncomfortable admitting any phobia, was glad to have only one. Then I met my first crocodile. Now I know that there are at least two things in the world that unhinge my knees with fear, sour my breath, and overwhelm me with an urge to squeeze my eyes shut and wake up somewhere else. In this companion to Don't Run, Whatever You Do, Peter Allison encounters ravenous lions, stampeding elephants and lovesick rhinos. He recounts his hairy, and often hilarious, adventures in a private section of South Africa's famous Kruger National Park and in Botswana's Okavango Delta, where desert animals from the Kalahari make their homes next to aquatic creatures like hippos, and where the unusual becomes commonplace. It is written with a wonderful, gentle humour evocative of Gerald Durrell. One can almost feel the heat from the campfire flames as the stories are told.
📒Flushed ✍ Andrew Daddo
📝Flushed Book Synopsis : Fergus is trying to cut it on the ice, let his dad win at the backyard cricket, look cool in goggles and flippers, and impress Winona in the school play. But the rules keep changing! His life is like a reality TV show and any minute it'll be time to go. He's even got an epitaph ready for his tombstone: 'Here lies Fergus Kipper, who would have kicked the goal, if the big fella hadn't decided to come and take his soul'. People are playing games on and off the field and if Fergus doesn't score he'll be dead, dog meat, flushed! And you'll die laughing.
📒Chemistry In The Marketplace ✍ Ben Selinger
📝Chemistry in the Marketplace Book Synopsis : Chemicals are everywhere. Many are natural and safe, others synthetic and dangerous. Or is it the other way around? Walking through the supermarket, you might ask yourself: Should I be eating organic food? Is that anti-wrinkle cream a gimmick? Is it worth buying BPA-free plastics? This new edition of Chemistry in the Marketplace provides fresh explanations, fascinating facts and funny anecdotes about the serious science in the products we buy and the resources we use. It might even save you some money. With chapters on the chemistry found in different parts of our home, in the backyard and in the world around us, Ben Selinger and Russell Barrow explain how things work, where marketing can be deceptive and what risks you should really be concerned about. Chemistry in the Marketplace is a valuable resource for university lecturers, high school teachers and students of chemistry and chemistry related subjects and disciplines, such as biochemistry, microbiology and science in society.
📒The Scuba Snobs Guide To Diving Etiquette ✍ Debbie and Dennis Jacobson
📝The Scuba Snobs Guide to Diving Etiquette Book Synopsis : The Scuba Snobs’ Guide to Diving Etiquette is filled with humorous to hilarious stories illustrating the need for “rules” of etiquette for scuba divers, above and below the water. The tips for divers are spot on, the stories entertaining, and the net result is a delightful little read that anyone, not only divers, can enjoy. From packing to puking, swim wear to story telling, boats to buoyancy, the authors’ stories and rules illuminate every facet of diving and dive travel. This book is fresh, insightful, entertaining and not too long. And it is, in fact "Seriously Funny! and Mostly True!" just like the cover says.
📒Surfing ✍ Tracy Maurer
📝Surfing Book Synopsis : Surveys the history, equipment, techniques, and safety factors of surfing, including bodyboarding, flowboarding, and freesurfing.
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📒Only A Surfer Knows The Feeling ✍ Derek Rielly
📝Only a Surfer Knows the Feeling Book Synopsis : A book that defines the importance of surfing to theAustralian psyche with a far-ranging look at the surfers,the boards, the beaches and the surfwear that have shapedthe sport for generations. After its 'discovery' in thepacific the Australians and Americans adopted surfing asa sport of choice, their long ocean-facing coastlinesproviding ample opportunity for experimentation anddevelopment. Only a Surfer knows the Feeling captures theessence of the sport and how Australians and Australiancompanies such as Billabong have been a leading force inbuilding the surf culture of today. Beautifully designedand illustrated throughout with fantastic actionphotography, this is a book no surfer will want to bewithout.