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See. Eat. Sleep. Enjoy. A 72-Hour Guide to Prague, Czech Republic.City breaks are perfect for those long weekends away. You go to a city and you've got only a short amount of time to see the sights, there's no time to get distracted. But what if you don't know exactly what to do and see? Which places to eat at? When the best time is to visit? A historic old town teeming with medieval intrigue and a congenial love of beer, Prague is a must for travelers seeking European charm without the hefty price tag. Take in the beauty of Stare mesto (Old Town), stroll the cobbled streets of the lively Mala Strana district or simply enjoy a refreshing Pilsner with a commanding view of the River Vltava and its countless bridges. Traverse through time with a visit to the Castle district and keep time as locals have done throughout the centuries thanks to the Astronomical Clock Orloj, the oldest astronomical clock in the world. An exciting blend of cuisine, culture and arts, Prague has much to offer any one who decides to visit this charming metropolis.Inside 3 Day Guide to Prague: A 72-hour definitive guide on what to see, eat and enjoy in Prague, Czech Republic:
This Lesson Guide offers a variety of learning experiences based on the award-winning children's book, ABOUT A FARM. It is targeted to students in grade 3 through 5. ABOUT A FARM consists of twelve chapters, each one featuring a "vignette" about an individual social situation or relationship. The farm is merely a setting for the story dynamics. These could just as easily take place almost anywhere, such as a city, a small town or neighborhood. The episodes that take place in each chapter are played out by the various animals and the humans who interact with them. Each chapter is theme-based. These include such concepts as sacrifice, prejudice, self-esteem, compromise and even response to the death of a friend. ABOUT A FARM is the recipient of a 2013 Children's Literary Classics International Book Award. It was selected by CLC as "Best First Chapter Book."
This is a guide for people who buy and sell silver coins-on eBay, on other Internet websites, at coin shows or coin stores, or elsewhere. It is intended for those who buy or sell coins based on their investment value, rather than their design or scarcity. This book displays the bullion value of silver coins for every world nation and year of origin between 1800 and 2000. An alphabetical listings of countries and denominations (and sometimes a simple addition), shows the base value of any common silver coin. This is vital information, because many current coin guides have not recalculated bullion values, and continue to estimate coin value based on silver prices from a time when it was worth only a fraction of today's value.
Make the most of your visit to York by walking along England's finest remaining city walls This detailed walking guide takes you on a tour of historic York's 700 year old city walls. As well as giving step-by-step guidance on the route and what you can see along the way, it is filled with stories of the history, events and people that have played a part in York's long and colourful past. See York from a new angle and make sure you don't miss what others walk straight past! find your way with detailed hand-drawn maps of each section ensure you know what you are looking at with numerous photographs throughout read about York Minster and the beautiful gardens the Walls overlook suggestions for places to stop for refreshment breaks throughout detours from the Walls to places of interest nearby are suggested throughout"
Self-publishing has changed a lot in recent years. You can literally be a millionaire publishing your book on your own. In 2011, after my agent had exhausted his efforts finding my YA series a home, I decided to self-publish it. To date it's sold over 50,000 copies. That didn't exactly make me a millionaire, but it did help me see the huge potential of publishing books a little untraditionally. While self-publishing platforms like Kindle make it pretty easy to publish your book as an eBook, printing a book can be a costly business. But it doesn't have to be-it can actually be both free and easy. This book will walk you through an Amazon company called CreateSpace, which let's authors and publishers print their books on demand for no money. I'll show you everything you need to know about how to prepare your book for publication, how to format it correctly, how to understand sales reports, and how to actually get people to buy your book. The book covers preparing a fiction, non-fiction, and picture book manuscript. It also covers book cover design and translations.
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