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    australia
  • An island country and continent in the southern hemisphere, in the southwestern Pacific Ocean, a member state of the Commonwealth of Nations; pop. 19,900,000; capital, Canberra; official language, English

  • the smallest continent; between the South Pacific and the Indian Ocean

  • a nation occupying the whole of the Australian continent; Aboriginal tribes are thought to have migrated from southeastern Asia 20,000 years ago; first Europeans were British convicts sent there as a penal colony

  • (australian) of or relating to or characteristic of Australia or its inhabitants or its languages; "Australian deserts"; "Australian aborigines"





    flight
  • Shoot (wildfowl) in flight

  • an instance of traveling by air; "flying was still an exciting adventure for him"

  • shoot a bird in flight

  • (in soccer, cricket, etc.) Deliver (a ball) with well-judged trajectory and pace

  • a formation of aircraft in flight





    book
  • physical objects consisting of a number of pages bound together; "he used a large book as a doorstop"

  • Engage (a performer or guest) for an occasion or event

  • Reserve (accommodations, a place, etc.); buy (a ticket) in advance

  • Reserve accommodations for (someone)

  • engage for a performance; "Her agent had booked her for several concerts in Tokyo"

  • a written work or composition that has been published (printed on pages bound together); "I am reading a good book on economics"











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The Flight of Dragons


The Flight of Dragons



Ever wish you could see a dragon? Or wonder how they fly or why they breathe fire? Journey back to a magical time when the skies were filled with these amazing creatures in The Flight of Dragons, a dazzling, feature-length animated version of Peter Dickinson's acclaimed book from Rankin/Bass Studios. Victor Buono, James Gregory, James Earl Jones, Harry Morgan, John Ritter and Larry Storch provide voices for this wondrous tale set in the Dark Ages. The sinister Red Wizard Ommadon (Jones) threatens to destroy nature. The world's hope is a man of science and magic from the future. That man is Peter (Ritter), snatched from the 20th century by the Green Wizard Carolinus (Morgan) to capture Ommadon's empowering Red Crown. With a fire-breathing dragon, an outlaw elf and a noble knight as comrades-in-arms, Peter applies modern-day logic to battling ages-old evil.
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A good wizard finds his magical powers diminishing as this Rankin/Bass production based on the Peter Dickinson novel opens. His nemesis, the evil Ommadon (voiced by James Earl Jones at his deepest and scariest), swiftly takes advantage of the situation. Who will save the world? Why, none other than a young scientist-novelist-game inventor, named Peter Dickenson (mildly voiced by John Ritter), who is zapped from the future back into the time of dragons. Populating this Japanese-animation fantasy film are the titular fire-breathing dragons, the wizards, a knight, a maiden, some elves, and--in a feminist departure from tradition--a heroic bowwoman. The battles are fairly mild and most of the virtuous characters recover, making this a good choice for family viewing, as well as a staple for the fantasy fanatic's video library. --Kimberly Heinrichs










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Fraser Island White-bellied Sea-eagle 0030.JPG




Fraser Island White-bellied Sea-eagle 0030.JPG





White-bellied Sea-eagle
Haliaeetus leucogaster
Description

The White-bellied Sea-Eagle has white on the head, rump and underparts and dark grey on the back and wings. In flight the black flight feathers on the wings are easily seen when the bird is viewed from below. The large, hooked bill is grey with a darker tip, and the eye is dark brown. The legs and feet are cream-white, with long black talons (claws). The sexes are similar. Males (around 75cm in height) are slightly smaller than females (up to 85cm). The wingspan is about 2m. Young Sea-Eagles are brown as juveniles than slowly become to resemble adults in a patchwork manner, acquiring the complete adult plumage by their fourth year.

The White-bellied Sea-Eagle is the second largest bird of prey found in Australia. The largest is the Wedge-tailed Eagle, Aquila audax, which stands up to 1m. The Wedge-tailed Eagle is mostly brown, with a wedge-shaped tail.

Young Sea-Eagles may be confused with the Wedge-tailed Eagle, but differ in having a paler head and tail and more steeply upswept wings when soaring.
Distribution and Habitat

White-bellied Sea-Eagles are a common sight in coastal and near coastal areas of Australia. Birds form permanent pairs that inhabit territories throughout the year. Their loud "goose-like" honking call is a familiar sound, particularly during the breeding season. Birds are normally seen, perched high in a tree, or soaring over waterways and adjacent land.

In addition to Australia, the species is found in New Guinea, Indonesia, China, south-east Asia and India.
Food and Feeding

The White-bellied Sea-Eagle feeds mainly off aquatic animals, such as fish, turtles and sea snakes, but it takes birds and mammals as well. It is a skilled hunter, and will attack prey up to the size of a swan. Sea-Eagles also feed on carrion (dead prey) such as sheep and fish along the waterline. They harass smaller birds, forcing them to drop any food that they are carrying. Sea-Eagles feed alone, in pairs or in family groups.
White-bellied Sea-eagle egg
White-bellied Sea-eagle egg © Australian Museum
Breeding

White-bellied Sea-Eagles build a large stick nest, which is used for many seasons in succession. The nest can be located in a tree up to 30m above the ground, but may be also be placed on the ground or on rocks, where there are no suitable trees. At the start of the breeding season (May to October), the nest is lined with fresh green leaves and twigs. The female carries out most of the incubation of the two white eggs, but the male performs this duty from time to time.
References

* Olsen, P., Crome, F. and Olsen, J. 1993. The Birds of Prey and Ground Birds of Australia. Angus and Robertson, and the National Photographic Index of Australian Wildlife, Sydney.
* Pizzey, G. & Knight, F. 1997. Field Guide to the Birds of Australia. Angus and Robertson, Sydney.
* Schodde, R. & Tidemann, S.C. (eds) 1990. Reader's Digest Complete Book of Australian Birds (2nd Edition). Reader's Digest (Australia) Pty Ltd, Sydney.













Myro's creator Nick Rose lands on an Australia beach after epic flight from Bournemouth aerodrome




Myro's creator Nick Rose lands on an Australia beach after epic flight  from Bournemouth aerodrome





The man behind the Myro stories is Nick Rose, an entrepreneur from Bournemouth, Dorset.

His passion for aviation began when, at the age of 8, he tape-recorded aeroplanes flying over his house and made a ‘history of flight’ documentary for school.

Nick had his first chance to fly when, as a trainee engineer for a local radio station, he would hitch rides with the station’s “Skyway Patrol” aeroplane.

Nick dreamed to become a pilot, and attracted by the freedom of small planes in wide open spaces, was determined to fly a microlight in the Southern Hemisphere.

But first he would follow a career in engineering, spurred on by his success in 1987’s Young Engineer’s for Great Britain competition and 1988’s International Science and Engineering Fair.

Moving from his home in Buckinghamshire to Dorset, Nick studied manufacturing and business at university, where in the last year he started his first company from his bedroom. Today, Teletest Ltd designs, manufactures and exports HDTV and 3DTV equipment to TV studios around the World.

Nick’s flying dreams finally came true when, in 2004, a friend invited him to a wedding in Australia. Nick found a discarded aviation magazine advertising microlight lessons and four days later, he was flying solo! Nick and other microlight pilots then made the flight of a lifetime up Australia’s East Coast to the famous Byron Bay, and it was during this trip the seeds of Myro were sown.

One night, Nick wrote a short story for his three year old Godson, called “Mickey the Microlight”, identifying the ‘market opportunity’ for a series of quality children’s picture books about aeroplanes.

So with the help of a dozen freelancers and seven years of production, these seeds grew into Myro, the Smallest Plane in the World. All stories are based on the real places Nick visited, the people he met and the adventures he had during three years of research whilst flying his Microlight in Australia.

As publishers wouldn’t meet with Nick to discuss the project, he invested every penny and spare moment he had into self publishing the first six Myro books and the CD of songs.

Nick says, “The Myro series is influenced by the 1950’s ‘Eagle Annuals’, the 1960’s ‘Thunderbirds’ TV shows and the detailed books of Richard Scarry. Every Myro story is an adventure where the little plane either gets into a scrape or comes to the rescue! We have tried to create a series of books that appealed to both parents and children, based on contemporary activities and issues.

“I’ve loved creating the series with the incredibly talented freelancers. The project is great fun and it’s been very rewarding to see the books and songs develop from ideas.

“I’m looking forward to starting the next Myro projects, including an animation series and a stage play, performed by a touring theatre company.”

Nick has many other Myro stories and songs whirring around in his head – but you’ll have to wait for the next series to see what new adventures and situations our heroic little plane gets into!










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Take Flight






Synopsis:

This is the story of how Rebecca Carter overcame mental and physical illnesses that resulted in her deadly reliance upon drugs. She also shares a valuable 12-step outline on how to find help if you suspect yourself, or someone you know, has any mental issues that need to be dealt with.

From birth in 1947, Rebecca showed signs of abnormalities triggering an abundance of treatments prescribed by her father, a renowned surgeon in the United States. Her school years brought on a host of highly addictive and over-the-counter medications in unlimited supply. This deadly dependency continued throughout her successful adult life until she finally realized she was literally playing Russian roulette with her life.

Born in York, Pennsylvania, Rebecca strled through daily existence, culminating in her receiving a Master’s Degree in Special Education from Boston University in 1970. She then married her high school sweetheart, an exchange student from Australia and emigrated “Down Under.” There, she has taught “Music for Tots” for the past 35 years, releasing a book, CD and DVD to help parents give their young children a musical head start. Rebecca and her husband Brett now enjoy living in the tropics of Far North Queensland, off the Great Barrier Reef, with their family settled nearby.

Perhaps the most incredible story you will ever read, Take Flight will instill hope and inspire those who need help to seek it before it is too late.

Publisher’s website: http://www.strategicpublishinggroup.com/title/TakeFlight-OvercomingMentalIllness.html

Synopsis:

This is the story of how Rebecca Carter overcame mental and physical illnesses that resulted in her deadly reliance upon drugs. She also shares a valuable 12-step outline on how to find help if you suspect yourself, or someone you know, has any mental issues that need to be dealt with.

From birth in 1947, Rebecca showed signs of abnormalities triggering an abundance of treatments prescribed by her father, a renowned surgeon in the United States. Her school years brought on a host of highly addictive and over-the-counter medications in unlimited supply. This deadly dependency continued throughout her successful adult life until she finally realized she was literally playing Russian roulette with her life.

Born in York, Pennsylvania, Rebecca strled through daily existence, culminating in her receiving a Master’s Degree in Special Education from Boston University in 1970. She then married her high school sweetheart, an exchange student from Australia and emigrated “Down Under.” There, she has taught “Music for Tots” for the past 35 years, releasing a book, CD and DVD to help parents give their young children a musical head start. Rebecca and her husband Brett now enjoy living in the tropics of Far North Queensland, off the Great Barrier Reef, with their family settled nearby.

Perhaps the most incredible story you will ever read, Take Flight will instill hope and inspire those who need help to seek it before it is too late.

Publisher’s website: http://www.strategicpublishinggroup.com/title/TakeFlight-OvercomingMentalIllness.html










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