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Hype Led Power USB Mobile Tablets Battery Charger New Original 1800 mAh HY-20515

•Now you can talk longer, listen to more music, play more games, watch more videos without worrying about running out of battery life with this LED Power Battery Bar.

•Provides extra battery power for any Mobile and tablet devices requiring 5V of power or less, including smart phones, tablets, MP3 players and more.
 
•The LED digital power indicator display lets you know how much power the battery pack has left. Includes power indicator lights and a LED flashlight.
 
•Take this compact, to-go battery with you to charge mobile devices and tablets. 
The battery bar has a simultaneous charge/discharge and also LED lights to indicate power life.

•USB charging cable and built-in LED flashlight included. The battery will charge mobile devices up to 100% and tablets up to 25%.
 

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New Unlocking the Animal Mind: How Your Pet's Feelings Book McMillan

 

Making the case that feelings—"comfort, pleasure, discomfort, and suffering"—are the only things that matter to pets, veterinarian McMillan demonstrates a variety of ways that pet owners can observe the impact of emotions on their pets' health and use such information to better the quality of their pets' lives.

McMillan's conceptual keys to pet behavior are the "Comfort Zone," an animal's mental state in the absence of unpleasant feelings, and the "Pet Pleasure Principle" (with thanks to philosopher Jeremy Bentham), which describes an animal's choice of behavior based on what will bring it the most pleasure.

Using numerous examples from his practice, he shows how these concepts work (and work together): feeling out of the Comfort Zone can be an "early-warning system that a potential threat exists," for example, while an animal back in its Comfort Zone will spend its energy seeking greater pleasure. A helpful chart entitled "Why Your Pet Ain't Misbehavin' " lists painful emotions a pet might experience (e.g., boredom, anxiety) and the undesirable behaviors such emotions often cause (e.g., howling, chewing furniture).

McMillan's thesis is, he acknowledges, an "incredibly simple concept," and it probably doesn't deserve all the pages it gets, but those seeking greater connection with their pets will find it enlightening.
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The Book of Knowledge The Children\'s Encyclopedia 1922

1 Book- The Children\'s Encyclopedia 1922 The Book of Knowledge

                     Year 1922 -   Pages 1157-1532


The Children\'s Encyclopædia was an encyclopædia originated by Arthur Mee, and published by the Educational Book Company, a subsidiary of Amalgamated Press of London. It was published from 1908 to 1964. Walter M. Jackson\'s company Grolier acquired the rights to publish it in the U.S. under the name The Book of Knowledge (1910).

The encyclopædia was originally in fortnightly parts between March 1908 and February 1910. Some readers could have bound their collections, but the first eight-volume sets were published in 1910. Each section contained a variety of articles, developing topics as it progressed. The work could be used as a conventional reference library, as the last volume had an alphabetical index, or each section could be read from start to finish. It was originally organised into sections but there were changes in subsequent editions. Some titles covered scientific subjects such as geology, biology and astronomy but such scientific terms were generally avoided.

Mee wrote a \"Greeting\" and a \"Farewell\". He took a strong interest in the \"Book of Wonder\", in which the \"Wise Man\" answered questions by children.

The illustrations were mostly anonymous but some illustrators included Susan Beatrice Pearse, C. E. Brock, Thomas Maybank, George F. Morrell, Dudley Heath, Charles Folkard, H. R. Millar, Alexander Francis Lydon, Arthur A. Dixon and Arthur Rackham. The books used photographs by Frank Hinkins, engravings, maps and graphics[1].

The Encyclopædia broke ground in the approach to education, aiming to make learning interesting and enjoyable. Its articles were clearly written. It aimed to develop character and sense of duty.

Articles reflected its authors: they were proud of Britain and the British Empire; religion – Christianity was held to be the only true religion; racism – the white race was superior, and there were hints of the eugenic ideas of Dr Saleeby. Offsetting this was a moderate and liberal standpoint in many areas: other races might be inferior, but they should be treated with respect, 

 

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