When Lucy sees an ad in the newspaper for a unicorn, she sends in her twenty-five cents and waits four to six long weeks for her very own unicorn to arrive. She imagines the flowers that she'll braid into his beautiful pink mane, and she even picks the perfect name for him: Sparkle. But when Sparkle arrives, his ears are too long, his horn is too short, he smells funny—and oh, he has fleas. Lucy isn't pleased, but in the end she warms up to...
"When a mustachioed rabbit spots a mustache contest, he's sure he has the competition beat. That is, until a pesky frog hops up with his own fine mustache. And a duck waddles up with a...duckstache? Soon, the competition is full of moosestaches and mousestaches, whalestaches and tailstaches--and every kind of 'stache in between."--
"Over the last decade, the field of American historical archaeology has seen enormous growth in the study of people of African descent. This edited volume is the first dedicated solely to archaeology and the construction of gender in an African American context. The common thread running through this collection is not a shared definition of gender or an agreed-upon feminist approach, but rather a regional thread, a commitment to understanding ethnicity...
Explore humanity's relationship with nature and wildlife, as scientists and conservationists from all over the world examine ways that can restore the planet. The documentary series asks whether newfound awareness of nature could bring about a new chapter in the human story.