Martina Nicolls is a writer, peace activist, environmentalist, science communicator, and independent international development consultant in evaluations, audits, data quality, education, health, governance, human rights, and peace building.
THE PARIS RESIDENCES OF
BY MARTINA NICOLLS
The Paris Residences of James Joyce is about the apartments and hotels where Irish author James Joyce lived during his nineteen years in Paris, from 1920 to 1939. James Joyce (1882–1941), author of Dubliners (1914), A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (1916), Ulysses(1922), and Finnegans Wake (1939) never owned his own apartment, but moved in and out of residences in the heart of Paris.
The Paris Residences of James Joyce, published by Cambridge Scholars Publishing, includes photographs of each of his homes, with an historical account of his life and the heady times of Paris, where intellectuals from around the world gathered in a cultural collection of cameraderie and competition.
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MAY 2020 NEWSLETTER
LUXEMBOURG GARDEN, PARIS
LUXEMBOURG GARDEN, PARIS (44 pages)
Map * Luxembourg Garden * Medici Fountain * The Senate * Luxembourg Palace * Pond * Statue of Liberty * Le Lion * Lots of photographs
SIMILAR BUT DIFFERENT IN THE ANIMAL KINGDOM
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What are the similarities and differences between alligators and crocodiles? Which has a U-shaped snout, and which one has a V-shaped snout? What are the similarities and differences between fleas and ticks? Which one is not an insect?
Learn about some of the most fascinating animals in the world in the new 496-page book Similar but Different in the Animal Kingdom. Learn about the similarities and differences between 25 sets of animals: bees and wasps, frogs and toads, gophers and hamsters, falcons and hawks, herons and storks, ants and termites, donkeys and mules, and more. “Fast Facts” provide an instant list of the animals’ similarities and differences. Information includes their habitats, diets, interesting facts, and fallacies.
This educational science book for children, youth, schools, libraries, and anyone interested in animals makes for fun and educational reading. “If you could talk to the animals, this would be the book your children should read. We are thrilled to announce its release,” said Robert Fletcher, CEO of Strategic Book Publishing and Rights Agency.
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