The sneaking ninjas in the dead of night have certain secrets
Ever wonder what it would be like to be a Minecraft Zombie?
In the first book of this hilarious Minecraft adventure series, we get to read the diary of an actual 12 year old Minecraft Zombie. Take a peek at what is really going on between the hollow eyes, and dead expression that we normally see when we face the dreaded Zombies of Minecraft.
Are Zombies really different from us? You'll be surprised at what you discover. So, jump into this Minecraft adventure and find out!.
Diary of a Minecraft Zombie is a must-read for any kid who loves Minecraft. Kids ages 7+ can't wait to jump into to these Minecraft adventures!
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A great Starcraft and Warcraft colouring book for kids aged 3+. An A4 50 page book with great scenes to colour.
If you're looking for a giggle-packed joke book for your children, look no further! 365 Silly Jokes for Kids has been knocked into shape by Tracey West. Not only will its 100 funkily decorated pages tickle your ribs, but they will also help to raise urgent funds for Martha Care, a tiny but powerful charity that helps the parents of terminally ill and very sick children. They provide a Martha Care worker in the Bristol Royal Hospital for Children, whose sole purpose is to support the families who've had their lives turned upside-down. Imagine for a second the chaos that would ensue if your child were diagnosed with a debilitating illness, or sustained a terrible injury in an accident that needed countless trips to hospital. All the while you have to juggle other children or family members, jobs and more; it doesn't bear thinking about. The Martha Care worker eases this pain and anguish with one-to-one help and assistance. Every book sold makes an enormous difference to their coffers, not only that, it's extremely bloomin' funny! So, there you have it, entertainment and a very good deed for the day all wrapped up in one purchase! See www.MarthaCare.org.uk to find out more about this incredible little charity.
This thesis presents fundamental work that explains two mysteries concerning the trajectory of interplanetary spacecraft. For the first problem, the so-called Pioneer anomaly, a wholly new and innovative method was developed for computing all contributions to the acceleration due to onboard thermal sources. Through a careful analysis of all parts of the spacecraft Pioneer 10 and 11, the application of this methodology has yielded the observed anomalous acceleration. This marks a major achievement, given that this problem remained unsolved for more than a decade.