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Par John Festus Adams, Stephanie Adams. 1988
The "epicurean gardener" is one who finds pleasure in all aspects of gardening. The author believes that rigid instructions can…introduce worry and guilt into an otherwise relaxing and joyous hobby. He discusses tilling, planning, fertilizing and weed control. c1988.
Par Henry Mitchell. 1981
Selection of gardening columns written for the "Washington Post," offering advice on garden chores, plants to choose, landscape design, and…tips for the novice and seasoned gardener alike. Entertaining and especially pertinent for city gardeners. 1981.
Par Patrick Lima. 1987
Par Jennifer Bennett. 1982
Par Constance Backhouse, Nancy Backhouse. 2004
In 1922, Elizabeth Bethune Campbell, a Toronto-born socialite, began a fourteen-year-battle with the Ontario legal establishment over her mother's will,…and to prove that her uncle had stolen funds from her mother's estate. In 1930, as a non-lawyer and Canadian, she argued her case before the Privy Council in London - the first woman to do so. This is an annotated reprint of her self-published account of her campaign. 2004.
Par Brian Leverett. 1994
Great gardens come down to careful planning. So this guide tells you how to create a superb garden from scratch,…with your favourite flowers, vegetables and fruit, herbs, and effective landscaping. It lists popular species, gives techniques for sowing and maintaining, and controlling pests. 1994.
Par Kathleen Yeomans. 1992
Yeomans, a nurse involved in occupational and physical therapy, suggests ways to adapt gardening techniques to a number of physical…challenges, including visual problems. Tips are included in each chapter, and 20 sample gardens provide ideas such as gardens which stimulate all of the senses, indoor and container gardens, and herb and dried-flower gardens. The sample gardens also include lists of plants by sensory categories, such as fragrant plants, plants to listen to, and plants which are pleasant to the touch. , c1992.
Professional organizer Regina Leeds is an expert at uncluttering chaotic lives in only minutes a day. Her magic formula (eliminate,…categorize, organize) transforms small chunks of time into big changes. With hundreds of tips and tricks, Leeds will get listeners tackling their junk drawers, mastering daily routines, and maintaining this momentum with fun projects. 2012.
Par Mark Cullen. 1995
Mark Cullen uses a month-by-month calendar to help the reader plan their garden throughout the year. He explains how to…take advantage of Canada's climate to extend the growing season beyond the traditional boundaries of spring and summer. He also provides tips for projects that the gardener can work on during the winter months to prepare for the spring plant. 1995.
Par Peter James McCormick. 2000
Until 1949, court decisions in Canada were open to Britain for appeal. Since then, the Supreme Court has emerged as…a powerful Canadian institution. The author tells the story of how the Court evolved and describes many of the well-known personalities who have sat on the bench. He also provides a portrait of the major events and daily life of the Court over the last five decades of the 20th century. 2000.
Par David W Shannon. 2007
The right to dignity for all is explicitly recognized in Canadian law; in practice a variety of individuals and groups…have been excluded from the concern and respect that their nature as persons demands. Prominent among these excluded groups are members of the disabled community, who are marginalized by a society that regularly neglects to recognize their needs, capacities, and merits as individuals. Shannon identifies the social and attitudinal barriers still present in Canadian society today, and cites the factors needed to reverse the process of exclusion. 2007.
Par Rick Smith, Bruce Lourie, Sarah Dopp. 2009
To prove that the most dangerous pollution comes from commonplace items in our homes and workplaces, Smith and Lourie ingested…and inhaled these items for one week. They expose the miscreant corporate giants who manufacture the toxins, the weak-kneed government officials who let it happen, and the effects on people across the globe; they also describe the extent to which we are poisoned, from the simple household dust that is polluting our blood to the toxins in our urine that are created by run-of-the-mill shampoos and toothpaste. c2009.
Par Kathleen Ann Lahey, Kevin Alderson. 2004
Describes both the experiences of same-sex couples who have been able to marry, and the stories behind the scenes that…explain how the legal battle was won. Using legal history and interviews, the authors investigate the two sides of this process. Some descriptions of sex and some strong language. 2004.
Par Boucar Diouf. 2015
" Quels sont les liens entre les humains et les arbres? Qu'avons-nous à apprendre de ces géants? Les entendez-vous nous…parler? Des baobabs de son enfance aux bouleaux du Bas-du-Fleuve, Boucar Diouf a toujours été fasciné par le monde des plantes. Aujourd'hui, après avoir longtemps écouté les arbres, il leur donne la parole dans ce livre où se croisent la biologie, la poésie et l'humour. Sous forme de conte, ce grand humaniste nous parle de la vie, de la mort, de sa famille, de sa relation intime avec les plantes et de ce qu'elles peuvent nous apprendre. " -- 4e de couv.
Par Jack Batten. 1984
Traces Robinette's career from his beginnings as a litigation lawyer, to his successes as a civil lawyer in cases involving…such corporate giants as E.P. Taylor, and his participation in the new Canadian constitution. c1984.
Par Rebecca Spohn. 2007
Practical advice equips children to grow fruits, vegetables, and flowers outdoors or indoors in a milk carton or even a…paper cup. Readers learn how a seed grows, what tools to use, and how to prepare seedbeds; they learn about transplanting, weeding, watering, and dealing with pests; and they can even follow recipes for turning what they grow into what they eat. Grades 2-4 and older readers. 2007.
Par Dorling Kindersley Publishing Staff. 2010
Teaches young gardeners how to grow plants from seed, how to propagate plants, when to harvest seeds, how long different…plants take to grow, what to do about pests, and much more. Features more than 30 simple gardening projects specially designed to be completed during summer vacation. Grades 2-4 and older readers. 2010.
Par Noel Buchanan. 1995
This book is packed with DIY techniques and technology. It gives hundreds of ideas for the home, to fire your…imagination and show you how with step by step descriptions. 1995. If you request this book on CD it will be on 2 or more CDs. You must play the first CD to the end before playing the next CD.
Par Jerry Baker. 1992
Baker is an advocate of the five P's of gardening - Pride, Patience, Persistence, Practice, and a little bit of…Prayer. Filled with dozens of home-grown remedies for ailing plants and Jerry's special secrets for sustained gardening success, this readable guide puts everything you need to know about the loving care of your garden at your fingertips. c1992.
Par Sara Bonnett Stein. 1997
In this sequel to "Noah's Garden", Stein writes of the many people she has met who, like herself, are attempting…to restore nature to their own backyards. She also tells more about her own ongoing learning experience and gives instructions on gardening. 1997.