Pig the Tourist

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Author : Aaron Blabey
Detail : “You cant take him anywhere! once Pig, the worlds greediest domestic dog, goes on vacation, he causes CHAOS where he travels! however each party should return to Associate in Nursing finish…”

Pig the Tourist (Pig the Pug) :

Juvenile Fiction

Author - Aaron Blabey
Publisher - Scholastic Inc.
Pages - 32
ISBN - 1338599410


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Detail - Pig the Pug is causing havoc and hilarity as he travels around the world.

Pig the Tourist :

Author - no defined
Publisher - no defined
Pages - 24
ISBN - 9781443175678


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Detail - Pig was a Pug and I'm sorry to say, when he went on vacation he'd cause great dismay. When Pig, the world's most selfish pug, goes on holiday, he causes chaos wherever he goes. The Sphinx loses more than just a nose, the Queen's corgis are in an uproar, and the Leaning Tower of Pisa is doomed. But every party must come to an end. And it does - a sore one for Pig, when he finally learns that if you disrespect the locals, they might just bite back. Another laugh-out-loud book from bestselling author Aaron Blabey.

Pig the Tourist :

Author - Aaron Blabey
Publisher - Scholastic Press
Pages - 24
ISBN - 9781742994123


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Detail - You cant take him anywhere! When Pig, the worlds greediest Pug, goes on holiday, he causes CHAOS wherever he travels! But every party must come to an end...

Rainforest Tourism, Conservation and Management : Challenges for Sustainable Development

Nature

Author - Bruce Prideaux
Publisher - Routledge
Pages - 322
ISBN - 1136201092


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Detail - Globally rainforests are under threat on numerous fronts, including clearing for agriculture, harvesting for timber and urban expansion. Yet they have a crucial role in biodiversity conservation, climate change mitigation and providing other ecosystem services. Rainforests are also attractive tourist spaces and where they have been used as a tourism resource they have generated significant income for local communities. However, not all use of rainforests as a tourism resource has been sustainable. This book argues that sustainability must be the foundation on which tourism use of this complex but ultimately fragile ecosystem is built upon. It provides a multi-disciplinary perspective, incorporating rainforest science, management and tourism issues. The book is organized into four sections commencing with 'Tourism in rainforest regions', followed by 'Threats to rainforest tourism' and 'The development and management of rainforest experiences', and finally 'Wildlife and rainforest tourism'. Each major rainforest region is covered, including the Amazon, Central America, Africa, Australia and south-east Asia, in the context of a specific issue. For example, rainforests in Papua New Guinea are examined in the context of community-based ecotourism development, while the rainforests in Borneo are discussed in an examination of wildlife issues. Other issues covered in this manner include governance, empowerment issues for rainforest peoples and climate change.

Creating Irish Tourism : The First Century, 1750-1850

History

Author - William Williams
Publisher - Anthem Press
Pages - 274
ISBN - 085728407X


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Detail - Although modern tourism did not begin in Ireland, it developed there rapidly after 1750, making the island one of the first counties in which tourism became a driving economic and cultural factor. Based on the accounts of British and Anglo-Irish travelers, this book charts the development of tourism in Ireland from its origins in the mid-eighteenth century to the country's emergence as a major European tourist destination a century later. Ireland presents an example of how modern tourism developed as a self-organizing system. There were no tourist boards, no planning commissions, no government grants and no consultants. Apart from some basic infrastructure, such as roads and hostelry, most of the elements needed to support tourism in Ireland emerged without over-arching planning, and coordination largely through the generally uncoordinated actions of landlords, entrepreneurs, and the peasantry. Given its scenic attractions and proximity to Great Britain, Ireland’s position as a tourism Mecca might seem inevitable. Yet tourism in Ireland, as anywhere else in the eighteenth century, had to be invented. Mountains and lakes had to be reconfigured in the public imagination as tourist sites. Through the descriptive accounts of travel writers the sites had to be identified and defined in ways that made them attractive and meaningful to potential visitors. Landlords often opened and organized the sites for visitors. However, the actual activities on the ground - what the tourists viewed and experienced - evolved out of the interaction between the visitors and the veritable army of peasant guides, jarvies, vendors, porters, and beggars who greeted and served them. These contacts combined with British stereotypes regarding the Irish to create distinctly 'Irish' tourist experiences. In addition to period travel writing, this work draws upon recent scholarship in the fields of tourism and travel studies to produce the first investigation of the history of the initial century of Irish tourism.

Pig the Pug :

Juvenile Fiction

Author - Aaron Blabey
Publisher - Scholastic Inc.
Pages - 32
ISBN - 1338285904


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Detail - Pig is a greedy and selfish Pug. He has all the bouncy balls, bones, and chew toys a dog could ever want yet he refuses to share with his poor friend, Trevor. Little does he know, however, that being greedy has its consquences. Join Pig as he learns to share -- the hard way! Young readers will love the irresistbly quirky and funny illustrations that are paired with a relatable lesson of learning to share with others. For dog and pet lovers everywhere.

Ebola risk assessment in the pig value chain in Uganda :

Author - Atherstone, C.
Publisher - ILRI (aka ILCA and ILRAD)
Pages - 233
ISBN - 9291463507


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Culinary Tourism :

Cooking

Author - no defined
Publisher - University Press of Kentucky
Pages - 287
ISBN - 0813126398


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The summer tourist, a book for long or short journeys :

Author - Mary Elizabeth Braddon
Publisher - no defined
Pages - 233
ISBN -


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Pig the Elf :

Juvenile Fiction

Author - no defined
Publisher - Scholastic
Pages - 24
ISBN - 1407185616


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Detail - Santa was coming! 'Twas bigger than big! But no-one was feeling more festive than PIG! No one loves Christmas more than Pig. And the world's greediest Pug will stay up all night to get his presents! Another laugh-out-loud book filled with holiday cheer, from the award-winning creator of PIG THE PUG (9781407154985).

Pig the Grub :

Author - Aaron Blabey
Publisher - Scholastic Press
Pages - 24
ISBN - 9781742769691


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Detail - Eww! What a stinker! Pig isnt just the worlds greediest Pug, hes the DIRTIEST too. Its high time he had a bath! But try telling Pig that . . .

Pig the Winner :

Juvenile Fiction

Author - Aaron Blabey
Publisher - Scholastic UK
Pages - 24
ISBN - 1407171992


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Detail - From award-winning creator of PIG THE PUG (9781407154985) comes a brand new tale about the world's greediest pug. Pig the Pug is back and this time he is being a great big cheat. But when his latest attempt to beat his best friend, Trevor, backfires will Pig the Pug learn his lesson at last?

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