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Tippi

Author: Tippi Hedren
Publisher: HarperCollins
ISBN: 0062469053
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In this absorbing and surprising memoir, one of the biggest names of classic Hollywood—the star of Alfred Hitchcock’s The Birds and Marnie—tells her story, including never-before-revealed experiences on the set of some of the biggest cult films of all time . . . now with a foreword by Melanie Griffith For decades, Tippi Hedren’s luminous beauty radiated from the silver screen, enchanting moviegoers and cementing her position among Hollywood’s elite—beauty and star power that continue to endure. For too long Hedren’s story has been told by others through whispered gossip and tabloid headlines. Now, Hedren sets the record straight, recalling how a young and virtuous Lutheran girl from small-town Minnesota became a worldwide legend—as one of the most famous Hitchcock girls, as an unwavering animal activist, and as the matriarch of a powerful Hollywood dynasty that includes her movie star daughter Melanie Griffith, and rising star Dakota Johnson, her granddaughter. For the first time, Hedren digs deep into her complicated relationship with the man who discovered her talent, director Alfred Hitchcock, the benefactor who would become a repulsive and controlling director who contractually controlled her every move. She speaks openly about the dark pain she endured working with him on their most famous collaborations, The Birds and Marnie, and finding the courage she needed to break away. Hedren’s incandescent spirit shines through as she talks about working with the great Charlie Chaplin, sharing the screen with some of the most esteemed actors in Hollywood, her experiences on some of the most intriguing and troubling film sets—including filming Roar, one of the most dangerous movies ever made—and the struggles of being a single mother—balancing her dedication to her work and her devotion to her daughter—and her commitment to helping animals. Filled with sixteen pages of beautiful photos, Tippi is a rare and fascinating look at a private woman’s remarkable life no celebrity aficionado can miss.

Tippi Of Africa

Author: Sylvie Robert
Publisher: B H B Distribution
ISBN: 9781868720835
Size: 75.20 MB
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The story of Alain Degre and Sylvie Robert, a couple who chose to relinquish their lives in France for the freedom of nature in Southern Africa. This is also the story of their daughter Tippi. Share their unique encounters with meerkats and the hidden mysteries of the cruel Kalahari; travel with them to the wilds of Namibia, Botswana and Zimbabwe. Read about the beginnings of their daughter Tippi's life in the bush, dunes and swamps, and her endearing kinship with wild animals - particularly Abu, a five-ton elephant, whom she calls 'my brother'. The language of the wild is no secret for Tippi of Africa.

The Cats Of Shambala

Author: Tippi Hedren
Publisher: Shambala Press
ISBN: 9780963154903
Size: 76.14 MB
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Here is the riveting, lavishly illustrated saga of how actress Tippi Hedren, in the process of making a feature film as a plea to save wildlife, came to share her home & hearth with its "stars" - some hundred lions, tigers, leopards, cheetahs, & cougars - on a 180 acre preserve in California. Over a hundred photos bring the big cats, & the humans who worked, lived, raised them from cubs & sometimes slept with them, vividly to life. "An exciting read..."--Library Journal. "An intriguing tale of obsession..."--Kirkus Review. "This is a rare & captivating book...fascinating, unusual & engrossing"--John Barkham Reviews. "Animal lovers will have difficulty putting Hedren's book down..."--Charleston Evening Post. To order: Tiger Island Press, 6867 Soledad Cyn Rd., Acton, CA 93510.

Part Of The Pride

Author: Kevin Richardson
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 142996460X
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About a year ago, film started to circulate on YouTube® of a remarkable man named Kevin Richardson, an animal custodian in a South African animal park. The film showed Richardson in his day-to-day work, looking some of the world's most dangerous animals directly in the eye, crouching down at their level, playing with them and, sometimes, even kissing them on the nose--all without ever being attacked or injured. The films' popularity skyrocketed and Richardson became an international sensation. In "Part of the Pride", Kevin Richardson tells the story of his life and work, how he grew from a young boy who cared for so many animals that he was called "The Bird Man of Orange Grove" to an adolescent who ran wild and, finally, to a man who is able to cross the divide between humans and predators. As a self-taught animal behaviorist, Richardson has broken every safety rule known to humans when working with these wild animals. Flouting common misconceptions that breaking an animal's spirit with sticks and chains is the best way to subdue them, he uses love, understanding and trust to develop personal bonds with them. His unique method of getting to know their individual personalities, what makes each of them angry, happy, upset, or irritated—just like a mother understands a child—has caused them to accept him like one of their own into their fold. Like anyone else who truly loves animals, Richardson allows their own stories to share center stage as he tells readers about Napoleon and Tau, the two male lions he calls his "brothers"; the amazing Meg, a lioness Richardson taught to swim; the fierce Tsavo who savagely attacked him; and the heartbreaking little hyena called Homer who didn't live to see his first birthday. Richardson also chronicles his work on the feature film "The White Lion" and has a lot to say about the state of lion farming and hunting in South Africa today. In "Part of the Pride", Richardson, with novelist Tony Park, delves into the mind of the big cats and their world to show readers a different way of understanding the dangerous big cats of Africa.

Zero Waste Home

Author: Bea Johnson
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1451697686
Size: 15.40 MB
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Part inspirational story of how the author transformed her family's life for the better by reducing their waste to an astonishing 1 liter per year; part practical guide that gives readers tools & tips to diminish their footprint & simplify their lives. Original.

Operation Lock And The War On Rhino Poaching

Author: John Hanks
Publisher: Zebra Books
ISBN: 9781770227293
Size: 29.66 MB
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"The aggressive poaching of rhinos needs to be countered with equal aggression. So argued Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands, the founder president of the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), at a 1987 meeting with John Hanks, conservation expert and WWF's head in Africa. The result was Operation Lock, a secret initiative funded by Prince Bernhard and staffed by former SAS operatives. Operation Lock set up headquarters in Johannesburg and extended its reach into neighbouring states: Namibia, Zambia, Botswana, Swaziland and Mozambique. Its operatives planned to train game rangers, to pose as rhino horn traders in order to entrap buyers, and to expose the kingpins who were driving the trade. It was a controversial approach, all the more because it was working within apartheid South Africa in the late 1980s. When the existence of the project was finally leaked, WWF denied any involvement, and John Hanks took the fall. In Operation Lock and the War on Rhino Poaching, John Hanks finally tells the story of these explosive events from 25 years ago. As a leading international authority on conservation, he also deals with the scourge of rhino poaching up to the present, and gives powerful and controversial criticism of some of the current policies to curb poaching." -- Back cover.

Naples Florida

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Publisher: Twin Lights Publishers
ISBN: 9781885435705
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Completely revised by Twin Lights Publishers in 2006, this book of photographs captures glorious Naples, Florida and outlying neighborhoods. Tourists and seasonal residents flock to Naples for its beauty, serenity, cultural activities and sense of community. Images of elegant beaches with pristine blue waters and fiery sunsets provide a backdrop to a variety of performing and visual arts venues, exciting outdoor sports for all ages, and wildlife that is unique to Southern Florida.

Tippi My Book Of Africa

Author: Tippi Degré
Publisher: Penguin Random House South Africa
ISBN: 1432301713
Size: 10.70 MB
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This book takes the reader on a delightful journey into Africa and into the world of a little girl called Tippi who tells her unforgettable story on her return from Africa to France at the age of ten. Tippi is no ordinary child. She believes that she has the gift of talking to animals and that they are like brothers to her. Her world is filled with characters like Leon the Chameleon, Abu the elephant whom she calls ‘my brother’, and leopards, snakes, baboons, lions and ostriches ... ‘I speak to them with my mind, or through my eyes, my heart or my soul, and I see that they understand and answer me.’ My Book of Africa contains the words of a little girl who has the gift of reaching out and touching the people and animals of Africa. It s beautifully illustrated with over 100 magical photographs taken by her parents, French filmmakers and photographers, Sylvie Robert and Alain Degré.

Tony Parsons On Life Death And Breakfast

Author: Tony Parsons
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
ISBN: 0007328044
Size: 40.41 MB
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SPECIAL PRICE FOR A LIMITED TIME The bestselling author of MAN AND BOY turns his acute eye and pen to the biggest personal issues that face us – as well as the annoying grit in the eye of everyday life.

Los Angeles From The Air Then And Now

Author: Dennis Evanosky
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781607101284
Size: 75.51 MB
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Tour Los Angeles like never before with this exciting new book filled with breathtaking sky-high then-and-now images of some of LA's most famous landmarks and locations. Graze along the top of the Hollywood Hills, home to the iconic HOLLYWOOD sign, which originally spelled out HOLLYWOODLAND in 1923. It was a PR stunt launched by a local real estate developer, but proved so popular most of the sign is still standing today. Discover the diamond views over Dodger Stadium. While the ballpark's general appearance hasn't changed much since it was completed in 1962, the ballpark and its surrounding area are now known as “Dodgertown.” Fly over Bel Air after the devastating forest fire of 1960 and discover Beverly Hills in 1922 just as the area was being subdivided. Much has changed over the years in these exclusive enclaves — check out Grauman's Chinese Theater, the Brown Derby, Olympic Stadium, Santa Monica Pier, and more.