Lost on the Amazon

Lost on the Amazon Author R. A. Montgomery
ISBN-10 1933390093
Release 2005
Pages 114
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The reader determines the course of the adventures of an expedition exploring the Amazon jungle.

Lost in the Amazon

Lost in the Amazon Author Jan Sovak
ISBN-10 9780486482309
Release 2011-12
Pages 45
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Teeming with anacondas, jaguars, toucans, and tarantulas, this activity/coloring book takes kids on an Amazon adventure with lots of learning along the way. Color the realistic illustrations of plants and animals before or after seeking out the hidden pictures. Fact-filled captions offer fascinating details about rainforest ecology. Includes solutions.

Lost in the Amazon

Lost in the Amazon Author Stephen Kirkpatrick
ISBN-10 9781418516284
Release 2005-07-10
Pages 240
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In 1995, Stephen Kirkpatrick joined a five-man expedition into the remote jungles of the Peruvian Amazon. Kirkpatrick's assignment was to document an area of the rainforest that had never before been photographed, nor by most accounts, ever explored by white men. Within hours of their departure, an inaccurate map and a series of bad decisions leave the group hopelessly lost in the depths of the Amazon jungle. What began as a career-making photo expedition quickly turned into a desperate struggle for survival. The five men battle poisonous reptiles, hungry bugs, torrential rains, brutal heat, and an unforgiving landscape in an attempt to find their way back to civilization. They soon learn that survival is not only a physical, but a mental and spiritual challenge as well. Lost in the Amazon is a gripping, sometimes humorous, and ultimately inspirational story about the human drive to survive, and about clinging to faith in the worst circumstances imaginable.

Lost in the Amazon

Lost in the Amazon Author Robert M. Quackenbush
ISBN-10 0590104403
Release 1997
Pages 32
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When a brilliant scientist is abducted from a hotel in Rio de Janeiro, Miss Mallard, the famous ducktective, embarks on a dangerous search that takes her deep into the Amazon jungle.

Lost in the Amazon A Battle for Survival in the Heart of the Rainforest Lost 3

Lost in the Amazon  A Battle for Survival in the Heart of the Rainforest  Lost  3 Author Tod Olson
ISBN-10 9780545928298
Release 2018-01-30
Pages 176
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Peru, Christmas Eve, 1970. It was supposed to be a routine flight, carrying 86 passengers across the Andes Mountains and home for the holiday. But high above the Amazon rainforest, a roiling storm engulfs the plane. Lightning strikes. A deafening whoosh sweeps through the cabin. And suddenly, 17-year-old Juliane Koepcke is alone. The plane has vanished. She is strapped to her seat and plunging 3,500 feet to the forest floor. On Christmas Day, she wakes. She is injured, covered in mud, but strangely--miraculously--alive. And now, in a remote corner of the largest rainforest on Earth, the real battle for survival begins.


LOST IN THE AMAZON Author Louane K. Beyer
ISBN-10 9781483631233
Release 2013-05-02
Pages 107
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Lost in the Amazon Jungle On a routine business flight en route to South America in a chartered aircraft named “Domitila”, the passengers aboard were Peter, Andy, their father, and the pilot. They shared a strange sensation as the plane rose above the horizon believing the week would be business for dad and adventure for the boys. Little did they envision that they would be involved in a hostage situation by bandits of the drug cartel that would change the course of events. The young brothers became the victims of a drug cartel sabotage of the aircraft that crashed in the remote Amazon Rain Forest forcing them to build a raft to seek aid for their injured dad at an Indian settlement. Lost in the Amazon jungle and afraid for their lives, they had no idea where they were and believed that the pilot was dead. Using all their strength and intuition to overcome obstacles, they achieved a miracle. Prepare yourselves for an exciting, inspiring and educational story. This is sequel to Six Days Inside A Mountain.

Lost in the Amazon Rain Forest

Lost in the Amazon Rain Forest Author Teejay Jiramanatnakon
ISBN-10 154463434X
Release 2017-03-26
Pages 28
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Scout TJ, Justin, and Pepper are on a trip in the Amazon Rainforest. They start to play tag. Then, they get lost while playing tag. Find out more about the adventure that they have.

The Lost Amazon

The Lost Amazon Author Wade Davis
ISBN-10 0811845710
Release 2004-10-01
Pages 159
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A collection of photographs and field notes documents the accomplishments of anthropologist and explorer Richard Evans Schultes and his expeditions into the wilderness of the Amazon basin, living among two dozen native tribes, mapping rivers, and collecting and classifying thirty thousand botanical specimens.

The lost steamer a history of the Amazon

The lost steamer  a history of the Amazon Author Amazon ship
ISBN-10 OXFORD:600082800
Release 1852
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The lost steamer a history of the Amazon has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The lost steamer a history of the Amazon also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The lost steamer a history of the Amazon book for free.

A is For Amazon Lost Found

A is For Amazon   Lost   Found Author Shara Azod
ISBN-10 9781257219711
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A is For Amazon Lost Found has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from A is For Amazon Lost Found also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full A is For Amazon Lost Found book for free.

Choose Your Own Adventure

Choose Your Own Adventure Author R. A. Montgomery
ISBN-10 1933390964
Release 2006-09-15
Pages 144
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The Scramble for the Amazon and the Lost Paradise of Euclides da Cunha

The Scramble for the Amazon and the  Lost Paradise  of Euclides da Cunha Author Susanna B. Hecht
ISBN-10 9780226322834
Release 2013-05-14
Pages 600
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The fortunes of the late nineteenth century’s imperial and industrial powers depended on a single raw material—rubber—with only one source: the Amazon basin. And so began the scramble for the Amazon—a decades-long conflict that found Britain, France, Belgium, and the United States fighting with and against the new nations of Peru, Bolivia, and Brazil for the forest’s riches. In the midst of this struggle, Euclides da Cunha, engineer, journalist, geographer, political theorist, and one of Brazil’s most celebrated writers, led a survey expedition to the farthest reaches of the river, among the world’s most valuable, dangerous, and little-known landscapes. The Scramble for the Amazon tells the story of da Cunha’s terrifying journey, the unfinished novel born from it, and the global strife that formed the backdrop for both. Haunted by his broken marriage, da Cunha trekked through a beautiful region thrown into chaos by guerrilla warfare, starving migrants, and native slavery. All the while, he worked on his masterpiece, a nationalist synthesis of geography, philosophy, biology, and journalism he named the Lost Paradise. Da Cunha intended his epic to unveil the Amazon’s explorers, spies, natives, and brutal geopolitics, but, as Susanna B. Hecht recounts, he never completed it—his wife’s lover shot him dead upon his return. At once the biography of an extraordinary writer, a masterly chronicle of the social, political, and environmental history of the Amazon, and a superb translation of the remaining pieces of da Cunha’s project, The Scramble for the Amazon is a work of thrilling intellectual ambition.


Antisuyo Author Gene Savoy
ISBN-10 UTEXAS:059173026446906
Release 1970-01-01
Pages 220
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Amazon Basin

Amazon Basin Author Frederic P. Miller
ISBN-10 6130666233
Release 2010-04-19
Pages 80
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Amazon Basin is the part of South America drained by the Amazon River and its tributaries. The basin is located mainly (40%) in Brazil, but also stretches into Peru and several other countries. The South American rain forest of the Amazon is the largest in the world, covering about 8,235,430 km2 with dense tropical forest. For centuries, this has protected the area and the animals residing in it.

Atlantis in the Amazon

Atlantis in the Amazon Author Richard Wingate
ISBN-10 9781591439783
Release 2011-05-20
Pages 184
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An investigation into the ancient technologically advanced artifacts amassed by Father Carlo Crespi and how they offer proof of Atlantis in South America • Includes photos and descriptions of the strange machines and beautiful artifacts that once comprised the “Crespi Treasure” • Connects Crespi’s treasures to readings by Edgar Cayce and Annie Besant’s descriptions of Atlantean colonies in Ecuador • Reveals the nuclear war between the Atlanteans and the Aryans and the radioactive evidence left behind in the Bahamas and Pakistan In 1923 an Italian priest, Father Carlo Crespi, came to Ecuador as a missionary. Befriending the indigenous Shuar people, he learned of an ancient treasure they had sworn to protect hidden within a network of underground tunnels. As newly converted Christians, the Shuar wanted to share with their priest these amazing anachronistic artifacts--golden sarcophagi from Egypt, bronze plaques depicting famous scenes from antiquity bearing both Quechua and Phoenician writing, copper wheels and gears as hard as steel, strange machines, and many other inexplicable items. Crespi faithfully maintained the collection until just before his death when the Ecuadorian government purchased it from the church and many of these priceless treasures were lost forever. Providing detailed descriptions and his own photos of the advanced technologies and beautiful art that comprised the “Crespi Treasure,” Richard Wingate reveals that the ancient civilization responsible for these advanced artifacts was Atlantis. Connecting Crespi’s treasures to Edgar Cayce’s descriptions of advanced technology in the distant past and the Atlantean colonies of Ecuador described by Annie Besant, Wingate explores other evidence of Atlantis in South America and the Bahamas, including geographically out-of-place underwater ruins and buried magnetic ore. Investigating ancient records, such as the Mahabharata, he shows how a prehistoric nuclear war between the Atlanteans and the Aryans ultimately resulted in the sinking of Atlantis, and he uncovers the radioactive archaeological evidence left behind. Explaining how our ancient ancestors regretted their nuclear actions and destroyed or buried their advanced technology, entering into a self-imposed Stone Age, he shows how our civilization is headed down the same path and that only through “green” choices can we avoid the same fate as Atlantis.

The Children Who Time Lost

The Children Who Time Lost Author Marvin Amazon
ISBN-10 0957624425
Release 2013-10
Pages 518
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What happened to the children? The year is 2043, and humans have been mysteriously unable to reproduce for almost thirty years. To prevent panic and keep the population from dwindling to nothing, global authorities offer a Lotto, where a few winners each week can enter a time portal and bring back adopted children from the future. They're never allowed to talk about what they saw. The exception to this system is Los Angeles resident and reluctant celebrity Rachel Harris, the only woman of her generation to naturally give birth. Years of medical tests and treatments have been unable to explain or replicate her pregnancy, and the whole world grieved when Rachel's daughter died in a tragic accident. When Rachel wins the Lotto, she's shocked, and then elated. She can be a mother again. But the baby she meets in 2108 carries a secret that will shatter Rachel's reality and endanger everyone close to her. Now Rachel must race across time to save her life and her child, even as she discovers that nothing-and no one-are what they seem.

The Lost Lady of the Amazon

The Lost Lady of the Amazon Author Anthony Smith
ISBN-10 1841195197
Release 2003
Pages 197
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The French scientific expedition that set off for Peru in 1735 did not have much luck. Five of its members died or went insane before their seven years' work was completed, but Jean Godin, the youngest member of the team, fell in love with and married a local girl - Isabela, the daughter of the local Spanish governor. After a few years, Godin crossed the Andes and travelled the Amazon to test whether it was a route suitable for his family. Unfortunately, having safely reached Cayenne in French Guiana, he discovered the political situation prevented his return: neither the Spanish nor the Portuguese would allow his passage back upriver. After almost 20 years, during which Jean waited on in Guiana, the King of Portugal sent a boat to retrieve the family. Isabela at last set off with her children, her brothers and her servants, over the Andes and down the Amazon, but the journey was to prove worse than the waiting. Smallpox, starvation, the torrential river and the horrors of the jungle beset the travellers. Some drowned, some ran away, others died of hunger. In the end, Isabela alone survived of the 42 who set off - she was found wandering in the jungle sick and half-crazed.