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By Bob Blaisdell, John Green

Color the tale of mythology's maximum hero! Action-packed and teeming with undying fascination, this coloring booklet recounts the mythical exploits of the strong Hercules. Twenty-four black-and-white illustrations accompany stories of the demigod's lifestyles and labors. those brilliant pics of monsters, gods, and kings supply a fascinating creation to classical mythology.

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Display upright. ” Would you know what to do? ” Learning the specialized lingo of a sailing ship was almost like learning a foreign language. Every chore, rope, mast, and sail had its own particular name. Not understanding this language could have dire—even life-threatening—consequences. Today nautical speech has so permeated American culture that it has become a common part of our language. The seafaring roots of expressions such as “hit the deck,” “don’t rock the boat,” “stay on an even keel,” “any port in a storm,” “not on my watch,” and “taking the wind out of one’s sails” are easy to see.

1856 Harpoon gun is invented. 1859 Petroleum oil discovered in Pennsylvani. Kerosene begins to replace whale oil for lighting fuel. 1869 First transcontinental railroad is complete. 1871 Thirty-three whalers lost, trapped in Arctic ice. 1924 On August 25 the last whaler, the Wanderer, sails out from New Bedford, Massachusetts. 1812 War of 1812. British impress American ships and force crews into naval service. Americans respond by recapturing ships and crippling the British fleet. 1841 Fresnel lighthouse lens is used.

Glue the dowels to the construction paper. Do not glue down the sails or string. Pinch the top and bottom of the sails together so that they billow out away from the box. Let dry. 35-centimeter) piece of black foam for the bottom of the ship. 54 centimeters) so that it pops out. With the point of a pen, push a hole through the top inside left corner of the foam and the box underneath. Do the same to the other side. Attach to the box with the fasteners. Display upright. ” Would you know what to do?

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