Backyard Nature Coloring Book by Dot Barlowe

By Dot Barlowe

Wild animals in our midst come to lifestyles during this special, conscientiously rendered coloring ebook. Forty-two precise black-and-white illustrations depict a garter snake, Virginia deer, backyard spider, jap beetles, chickadees, raccoons, honeybees, cardinals, squirrels, and plenty of extra. five colour illustrations on covers. Captions.

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Your arch is the curve on the bottom of your foot, so an arch nemesis is an enemy that you want to step on. Or have your evil robot step on. And if you’re going to have your evil robot step on your arch nemeses, it had better be a BIG evil robot. If your robot is big enough—say, a half ton or more, about the size of a slightly grumpy rhinoceros whose underwear is much too tight—it should be able to smash through brick walls. A bit larger—perhaps the size of an irate T-Rex named Disco Floyd—and it can charge through vault doors, crush small automobiles, and even frighten the spooks at the Pickle Factory.

To escape, of course! The road was her escape route. What’s yours? The best escape route is a tunnel that leads into the forest, with the far end cleverly disguised as a bush. But since that’s a long way from being an “easy step,” you’re just going to have to settle for the second-best escape route: the back door. 36 ⠴⡋⡓⠳⡎⡏⠲⡄⡂⠦⡃⠑⠳⡀⡊⠮⡕⡑⠶⡑⡋⡃⠾⠥⡈⡍⡀⡋⠨⠭⠳⠍⡈⡍⡃⡃ ⠒⠕ ⠔⠎⠐⠏⠎⠐⠐ ⠘⠙⠏⠐ ⠠⠬ The Ultimate Top Secret Guide to Taking over the world If your basement doesn’t have a back door, you’re going to need to figure out a way to disguise yourself as a piece of used stereo equipment so you can hide until you have a chance to sneak out the front door.

That doesn’t mean you’re going to learn to crash evil robots, although I’ll bet that would be fun too. No, it means I’m going to tell you everything I know about evil robots. And moderately bad robots. And slightly irritating robots. Yep. It’s all right here. So sit back, tighten your restraining straps, and prepare yourself for a brief period of simulated education. BIG BODY, TINY BRAIN Every great evil robot needs two things: a GINORMOUS metal body and a teeny-tiny brain. The bigger the body, the more your robot is going to weigh, and the more it weighs, the more damage it can inflict on your arch nemeses.

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