Common Sense and Common Law for the Environment: Creating Wealth in Hummingbird Economies

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Rowman & Littlefield, 1997 - Business & Economics - 182 pages
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Nuf-nuf! Educational AND fun for hours and hours! For kids ages 9 to 109. Large print. Word games, picture puzzles, logic puzzles, riddles, mazes, and more. 250 pages packed with intriguing and challenging puzzles! Journey through The World of Magic, Ancient Worlds, Future Worlds, the World Around You, the World of Words, the World of Logic, the World of Strange Things, and the World of Wise Things. New friends are there to help you on your way. Meet the gnome Walton Dalton, Drago the dragon, Princess Leela, Elvish the Elf, and the Tricky Troll brothers. Watch out for the Wizard of Words... he sneaked in dozens of Wizard Words for you to solve. Attend a holiday party, two password parties, and try some tricky brain teasers on for size. Make a paper airplane that can fly, a cup that can hold water, and fold an epic origami crane to amaze your friends and family. Put on your detective hat and solve mysteries: The Case of the Mi$$ing Money, Devious Dognappers, Burglary in the Millionaire's Mansion, and more. Wind your way through a maze of pyramids, a forest, an ancient castle, and outer space! Most of all... have lots of fun while learning new things. Nuf-Nuf!

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Bruce Yandle is alumni professor and Southern National Bank Scholar at Clemson University. He is the author of numerous books, including The Political Limits of Environmental Regulation, and co-editor of Taking the Environment Seriously (Rowman & Littlefield, 1995) and Land Rights: The 1990s Property Rights Rebellion (Rowman & Littlefield, 1995).

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