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The Great Zoo Of China

By Matthew Reilly
Authors:
Matthew Reilly
The Chinese government has been keeping a secret for forty years: they have found a species of animal no one believed even existed that will amaze the world.Now the Chinese are ready to unveil their astonishing discovery within the greatest zoo ever constructed. A small group of VIPs and journalists has been brought to the zoo deep within China to see its fabulous creatures for the first time. Among them is Dr Cassandra Jane 'CJ' Cameron, a writer for NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC and an expert on reptiles.The visitors are assured by their Chinese hosts that they will marvel at these beasts, that they are perfectly safe, that nothing can go wrong . . .
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Goldeneye

By John Gardner
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John Gardner
Official, original James Bond from a writer described by Len Deighton as a 'master storyteller'.She is beautiful. She is Russian. And she is very, very dangerous. Once Xenia worked for the KGB. But her new master is Janus, a powerful and ambitious Russian leader who no longer cares about ideology. Janus's ambitions are money and power: his normal business methods include theft and murder. And he has just acquired Goldeneye, a piece of high-tech space technology with the power to destroy or corrupt the West's financial markets. But Janus has underestimated his most determined enemy: James Bond.
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Glue-Gun Projects

By Jo Packham
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Jo Packham
The focus is on easy ways to spruce up decorative accessories or fashion them from scratch quickly, choosing among seventeen types of glue. Ready to decorate readers homes are a variety of picture frames; holiday trees comprising empty thread spools, pinecones, candy canes, or other materials; Christmas ornaments; three-dimensional collages; bookends; and wreathes, among others.

Glass Painting for the First Time

By Doris Sorensen
Authors:
Doris Sorensen
Glass painting can be as simple as sponging on a little colour to make a fun design, or as elaborate as texturing and frosting detailed patterns. You¿ll be amazed at what you can do, especially when guided by an introduction that answers all the basic questions: what do I need to get started, and what will it cost? What kinds of applicators and paint do I use? How do I apply a pattern, and achieve different effects, from 'drip and glaze' to reverse imaging? For every technique there¿s a project - like an Italian glass bottle with millefiori and a monogrammed box with stencilling. As you advance, combine colours on a Heart to Heart Canning Jar Lamp; co-ordinate different pieces of whiteware in a Funky Tea Set; and design with laydowns and one-strokes.

Glass Painting In An Afternoon

By Mickey Baskett
Authors:
Mickey Baskett
Simple, easy-to-copy designs, harmonious use of colour and thorough and detailed instructionsIntroductory chapter provides information on paints, supplies and techniques including different manners of application35 projects grouped by type

Glass Art

By Plaid
Authors:
Plaid
Fully illustrated throughoutAn inexpensive craft idea that is suitable for beginners
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