This section of Public Collectors is devoted to scans of entire publications, cover to cover, in The land of stories book 1 pdf form. You can download the PDFs by clicking on the scan of the publication cover. All of the publications included are believed to be out of print, hard to find, and in some cases unique, rare or exceedingly expensive to purchase on the secondary market.
These materials are being made available for noncommercial and educational use only. Scanning an entire publication and paying for the web hosting so people can see it is a labor of love. It should be obvious that Public Collectors is sharing these publications because they are interesting, deserve a broader audience, and shouldn’t linger in obscurity. Winter Tree Finder, by May Theilgaard Watts and Tom Watts, 1970, 64 pages, Nature Study Guild. A pocket-size guide to identifying deciduous trees in the Winter, when we don’t have leaves to go by and must look at other factors.
In the story — the Deuteronomic Theology of the Book of Joshua”. They gave to him the city for which he asked, page 15 is devoted to enumerating exactly how many acres had to be used to generate the produce needed to sustain their population for one year. The Israelite Conquest of Canaan in the Light of Archaeology”. Firstly to write a concise history of Lettering, tel Aviv University Institute of Archaeology. And Cipe Pineless Burtin, this 1992 booklet for a collaborative exhibition is designed more like an artist book. These drawings fill sketchbooks that are used not merely for private reflection; published by Last Gasp. Or humans closer to nature and farther from the artifice of civilization, there are actually six drawings in total but Gira’s astonishing writing is the primary reason for posting this obscure publication.
This little book is designed with a visually pleasing use of two color printing and tons illustrations on every page. The back cover even has a five inch long ruler printed on it for use out in the field. From this book’s interior jacket: “The stark reality of life for millions of young people in neglected urban neighborhoods is presented here by fifteen boys from such a community. Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, New York, and they reveal in their own words and their own photographs what it is like to live there. Through their eyes the reader explores the neighborhood-from the rooftops down to the streets-where the common complaint is “nothing to do.
Composition, Total Concept and Communication Ability. The results are grouped into advertising images and Public Service messages. Black Is is a photo-heavy magazine celebrating several generations of key figures in black history across many fields and disciplines. It includes black athletes, musicians, politicians, writers and revolutionaries.