Erscheinungsdatum: 01.01.2017, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Chihuahua Tricks Training Chihuahua Tricks & Games Training Tracker & Workbook. Includes, Titelzusatz: Chihuahua Multi-Level Tricks, Games & Agility. Part 1, Autor: Central, Training, Verlag: Global Training, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: PETS // Dogs // Training, Rubrik: Tiere // Jagen, Angeln, Seiten: 124, Informationen: 23:B&W 6 x 9 in or 229 x 152 mm Perfect Bound on White w/Gloss Lam, Gewicht: 190 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
This collection of Black Knight Chronicles short stories features the ongoing adventures of Jimmy Black and Greg Knightwood (Hard Day's Knight, Back in Black, Knight Moves). Collected here for the first time are - "Gone Daddy Gone" - a Black Knight prequel previously only available in the Twelve Worlds charity anthology. In this short story, Jimmy and Greg help a woman with a zombie problem, a husband with a wife problem, and a teenager with a step-parent problem, all at the same time! "Movie Knight" - There's a demon on the loose in the hospital. Jimmy and Greg have to kill it before it decides the nursery is a buffet. So much for a relaxing night at home watching movies. In this Black Knight Chronicles short story, Jimmy Black, Greg Knightwood and Sabrina Law must race against time to defeat a nasty Chihuahua-demon before it decides the hospital nursery is an all-you-can-eat buffet. "Black Magic Woman" - It's the annual comic convention - what can go wrong? You just had to ask, didn't you? The boys from Black Knight Investigations get tangled up in more than they ever bargained for when they try to help a lost kid find his dad. Hilarity does not ensue when an ancient soul-sucker shows up to drain the local nerd population of vitality and life energy. If you've ever wondered who would win in a knock-down, drag out fistfight between Jimmy Black and Greg Knightwood, here's your chance to find out! "Turkey Day Debacle" - Jimmy and Abby go shopping for a Thanksgiving meal in this hilarious holiday short. This collection also includes the first chapter of Hard Day's Knight, Black Knight Chronicles Vol. 1. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Nick J. Russo. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/051175/bk_acx0_051175_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Durango officially Victoria de Durango and also known as Ciudad de Durango, is the capital and largest city of the Mexican state of Durango. It stands at an altitude of 1,890 metres (6,200 ft). The city was founded on July 8, 1563 by Spanish Basque explorer Francisco de Ibarra. During the Spanish colonial era the city was the capital of the Nueva Vizcaya province of New Spain, which consisted mostly of the present day states of Durango and Chihuahua. In the 2005 census the city had a population of 463,830 people. According to the results presented in the Second Census of Population and Housing in 2005, the township has a total of 526.659 inhabitants. Its surrounding municipality of the same name, of which it serves as municipal seat, had a population of 526,659 with a projected population of 631,712 by 2010. The municipality has a relatively large land area of 10,041 km² (3,877 sq mi) and includes such outlying communities as El Nayar and Cinco de Mayo.
Do you want to learn more from the Chihuahua breed? Do you have a problem with your Chihuahua? Do you need practical training tips for a pack of Chihuahuas? Are you planning to breed Chihuahuas or are you already a Chihuahua breeder? This book offers essential knowledge for all Chihuahua fanciers, owners and breeders. A Chihuahua breeder with 30 years of experience is sharing her knowledge about Chihuahuas. The book includes practical, proven training methods for Chihuahuas as well as essential knowledge for successful breeding programs, with solutions to common problems in breeding.
On their return to New Mexico from El Paso after the 1680 Pueblo Revolt, the New Mexican settlers were confronted with continuous raids by hostile Indians tribes, disease and an inhospitable landscape. In spite of this, in the early and mid-eighteenth century, the New Mexicans went about their daily lives as best they could, as shown in original documents from the time. The documents show them making deals, traveling around the countryside and to and from El Paso and Mexico City, complaining about and arguing with each other, holding festivals, and making plans for the future of their children. It also shows them interacting with the presidio soldiers, the Franciscan friars and Inquisition officials, El Paso and Chihuahua merchants, the occasional Frenchman, and their Pueblo Indian allies. Because many of the documents include oral testimony, we are able to read what they had to say, sometimes angry, asking for help, or giving excuses for their behavior, as written down by a scribe at the time. This book includes fifty-four original handwritten documents from the early and mid-eighteenth century. Most of the original documents are located in the Spanish Archives of New Mexico, although some are from the Bancroft Library at the University of California at Berkeley, the Archivo General de la Nacion in Mexico City, and elsewhere. They were selected for their description of Spanish Colonial life, of interest to the many descendants of the characters that appear in them, and because they tell a good story. A translation and transcription of each document is included as well as a synopsis, background notes, and biographical notes. They can be considered a companion, in part, to Ralph Emerson Twitchell's 1914 two volumes, 'The Spanish Archives of New Mexico,' summarizing the documents of the Spanish Archives of New Mexico, now available in new editions from Sunstone Press. LINDA TIGGES, PhD, is a retired land planner. While working in the City of Santa Fe in the 1980s and 1990s, she assisted in drafting and staffing the City's Archaeological Review ordinance, prepared and worked on State Historic Preservation grants and prepared City publications on architectural history and Spanish Colonial Santa Fe. She is a New Mexico certified historian with the New Mexico Historic Preservation Division. Written material includes archival research on historic properties, published work on the Santa Fe presidio in 'All Trails Lead to Santa Fe, An Anthology Commemorating the 400th Anniversary of the Founding of Santa Fe, New Mexico in 1610,' from Sunstone Press, as well as articles for the 'New Mexico Historical Review' and the 'New Mexico Genealogical Society Journal.' Her special interest is early and mid-eighteenth century Spanish Colonial documents. She has bachelor's and master's degrees in history from Iowa State University and the University of North Carolina, at Chapel Hill, and a PhD in Administration from Iowa State University. J. RICHARD SALAZAR retired from the New Mexico State Records Center and Archives in 1996 as Director of the Archival Services Division of that agency. Since that time he has been conducting historical research for the various acequia associations of northern New Mexico in their attempt to determine their acequia priority dates. He has worked with New Mexico's archival documents, including the land grant records, for over forty years.
The intriguing hilltop archaeological sites known as ?cerros de trincheras span almost three millennia, from 1250 BC to AD 1450. Archaeologists have long viewed them as a unitary phenomenon because they all have masonry architecture and occur mostly on low volcanic peaks. Scattered across the southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico, these sites received little comprehensive research until the 1980s. This first volume in the Amerind Studies in Archaeology series from the Amerind Foundation documents considerable variability among trincheras sites with respect to age, geographic location, and cultural affiliation.This multi-author volume integrates a remarkable body of new data representing a textbook-like array of current research issues and methodologies in the archaeology of the region. Scholars from the United States and Mexico offer original research on trincheras sites in Chihuahua, Sonora, Arizona, and New Mexico. Scales of focus range from intensive intrasite sampling to the largest contiguous survey in the region. Authors incorporate spatial analyses, artifact studies, environmental and subsistence data, ethnographic analogs, ethnohistorical records, cross-cultural comparisons, archaeology, and archival resources. Contributors present meticulous research arguing that many trincheras sites were primarily used for habitation and ceremonial rites, in addition to previously predominant views of them as defensive refuges. Because trincheras occupations date from the late pre-ceramic era to shortly before Spanish contact, authors relate them to early forms of agriculture, the emergence of village life, the appearance of differentiated settlement systems, and tendencies toward political and ritual centralization. Detailed maps and figures illustrate the text, and close-up aerial photographs capture the visual essence of the sites, highlighted by a section that includes color photographs and an essay by renowned photographer Adriel Heisey. CONTENTS Foreword by John Ware Preface M. Elisa Villalpando, Suzanne K. Fish, and Paul R. Fish 1. Introduction Paul R. Fish, Suzanne K. Fish, and M. Elisa Villalpando 2. Cerros de Trincheras in Northwestern Chihuahua: Arguments for Defense Robert J. Hard and John R. Roney 3. Tumamoc Hill and the Early Pioneer Period Occupation of the Tucson Basin Henry Wallace, Paul Fish, and Suzanne Fish 4. Cerros de Trincheras in Southern Arizona: Review and Current Status of the Deba Christian E. Downum 5. Excavations at Cerro de Trincheras Randall H. McGuire and M. Elisa Villalpando 6. Regional Heartlands and Transregional Trends Suzanne K. Fish and Paul R. Fish 7. Delineating Hilltop Settlement Systems in West Central Arizona, AD 1100--1400 David Wilcox, Judith Taylor, Joseph Vogel, and J. Scott Wood 8. Crafting of Places: Mesoamerican Monumentality in Cerros de Trincheras and Other Hilltop Sites Ben A. Nelson 9. Concluding Observations: Perspectives from the Hill Towns of Oaxaca Stephen A. Kowalewski Photographing Trincheras Sites Adriel Heisey Bibliography Index About the Contributors
This is the first of a series of stories about the adventures of Biggie the Chihuahua who is an alien dog from somewhere in the cosmos. His mission is to help animals and to teach children about the environment and about taking responsibility for the way we live and the power we have to help the planet. The story takes place on earth where a frog is troubled because environmental issues have turned his pond turned into no place to play. He relates his situation to Biggie who pledges to help Froggie. Together the two friends think about how to solve Froggie's problem. Deciding to engage the help of children, the two friends form a plan. Biggie invents a game called 'Biggies Says'; using the game they set the kids to work and in no time the children through their efforts help to fix Froggie's pond. Biggie Says: 'Hey kids, did you know that there are 17 goals to help save all of humanity and our world? They are called the Sustainable Development Goals. Climate change is threatening the way we live and the future of our planet. Severe weather and rising sea levels are affecting people and animals all over the world. From a small farmer in the Philippines to kids in London to camels in Timbuktu to penguins in the Antarctic; climate change is affecting everyone, especially the poor and vulnerable, groups like women, children and the elderly. So, how will you help stop climate change hurting people and animals? Well, you can help by being a BIG-gie champion for our planet, in the next few pages you can learn about some of the things you can do.' The end of the book includes 8 environmentally positive actions that children can take with the grown-ups to help the planet.
'Do you want an interactive workbook that will help you learn new tricks that you can teach your Chihuahua? Then this book is for you!' A wonderful tricks training workbook, tracker and log, this book will support you through your journey of teaching your pup new tricks. Part of an impressive three part series, this is one book that you will truly appreciate using.
'This series is hilarious!' -RT Book Reviews Includes a Bonus Story 'Savvy sleuths come in small packages&#8230;' Pepe, aspiring P.I. Geri Sullivan's muy clever Chihuahua, has stopped talking. But why now, with Geri's best friend Brad missing and her ditzy sister in grave danger? Geri's lost without Pepe's dogged detective work, especially when a client of Brad's expires under very murky circumstances. Luckily, Pepe turns out to be an excelente blogger, and his nose for clues soon has the detective duo chasing down leads. But they'll have to put a bite on crime quickly, because danger's afoot - and it's making tracks in their direction . . . Help Support Pet Adoption See Details Inside