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Attack of the Mutant

Creator: R. L. Stine | 2009-07-10

Realizing that he has become lost in a strange part of town, Skipper Matthews, a ravenous comic book collector whose favorite character is an evil super-villain, discovers a building just like the secret headquarters of his idol

Publisher: Paw Prints

About this book
He's no superhero ... He's a supervillain! Skipper Matthews has an awesome comic book collection. His favorite one is called The Masked Mutant. It's about an evil supervillain who's out to rule the universe! Skipper can't get enough of The Mutant. Until one day he gets lost in a strange part of town. And finds a building that looks exactly like The Mutant's secret headquarters. A building that appears and disappears! Has Skipper read one too many comic books? Or does The Masked Mutant really live in Riverview Falls?


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  • Oxford University Press

    Coral Reefs: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions)

    Book (Oxford University Press)

    Rating (1 reviews):
    (1.0/5)
    Oxford University Press

    Beware

    Lets look at the summary:'Coral reefs have been long regarded with awe by the millions of people who have encountered them over the centuries.'I doubt that this true. Maybe modern biologists are certainly in awe but that's it. Nobody else.'Early seafarers were wary of them'They are just rocks and anyone sailing down a coast is wise to be wary of rocks`naturalists were confused by them'Not really. Even Darwin understood them`yet many coastal people benefited greatly from these mysterious rocky structures that grew up to the surface of the sea.'Not generally true about height of reef. Wonderful image of `Coastal People'`They have been rich in their supply of food, and they provided a breakwater from storms and high waves to countless coastal communities that developed from their protection.'Actually they do not protect the shore from storms and high waves but act as a breakwater under normal wave conditions giving us... 1/5 Book Worm - See all my reviews This review is from: Coral Reefs: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions) (Kindle Edition) Lets look at the summary:'Coral reefs have been long regarded with awe by the millions of people who have encountered them over the centuries.'I doubt that this true. Maybe modern biologists are certainly in awe but that's it. Nobody else.'Early seafarers were wary of them'They are just rocks and anyone sailing down a coast is wise to be wary of rocks`naturalists were confused by them'Not really. Even Darwin understood them`yet many coastal people benefited greatly from these mysterious rocky structures that grew up to the surface of the sea.'Not generally true about height of reef. Wonderful image of `Coastal People'`They have been rich in their supply of food, and they provided a breakwater from storms and high waves to countless coastal communities that developed from their protection.'Actually they do not protect the shore from storms and high waves but act as a breakwater under normal wave conditions giving us... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , June 25, 2014
    List Price: $11.95


  • CRC Press

    Innovative Methods of Marine Ecosystem Restoration

    Book (CRC Press)

    Rating (1 reviews):
    (5.0/5)
    CRC Press

    Five Stars

    0 5/5 Bebs25 - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Innovative Methods of Marine Ecosystem Restoration (Hardcover) good book for my niece..thank you. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , June 20, 2013
    List Price: $99.95


  • Oxford University Press

    What Is Natural?: Coral Reef Crisis

    Book (Oxford University Press)

    Rating (3 reviews):
    (5.0/5)
    Oxford University Press

    An excellent review of coral reef management

    0 5/5 Hsin-Drow Huang - See all my reviews This review is from: What Is Natural?: Coral Reef Crisis (Hardcover) As a wedge in the reflection of our coral reef management policy, crown-of-thorns starfish outbreaks attracted people's attention on our deteriorating reef environments. With the concern of biodiversity conservation, Jan Sapp included and organized documents of scientific studies and political events to examine the proposed reasons of starfish plagues and its influence on global reef management. For those who are interested in coral reef biology and environmental management, this easy-read book provides good amount of reef ecology knowledge, also reveals a good case to understand how on-land decision makers determine the fate of underwater world. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , May 4, 2000

    Lovely

    0 5/5 najja - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: What Is Natural?: Coral Reef Crisis (Hardcover) The book is good so far, I needed it for class and its a nice read. It teaches a lot in a relaxed way 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , April 29, 2014

    Great read. Ultimately

    0 5/5 Broh Han (DR) - See all my reviews This review is from: What Is Natural?: Coral Reef Crisis (Paperback) Wow! Great read. Ultimately, the topics Sapp goes after are deep and not easily answered. Nor should they be. (Yeah! Publishers Weekly Review!) Surely the book is about Crown-of-thorns-Starfish and their impact on the coral reef. Yet science doesn't happen in vacuum, and this book is as much about how scientists interact with society-at-large, as it is about starfish. At time when less that half of americans "believe in evolution" and much much more sadly even fewer understand what evolution even is, books like this can help explain how the conversations between scientists and the public should probably go. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , August 4, 2014
    List Price: $99.00


  • Microcosm.

    Reef Life: Natural History and Behaviors of Marine Fishes and Invertebrates

    Book (Microcosm.)

    Rating (9 reviews):
    (4.9/5)
    Microcosm.

    much more than pretty pictures

    The Tacketts have achieved something remarkable with this book. Not only is the quality of the photographs consistently high, but the detailed information within the text is logical and accessible to any diver whether they be experts in marine biology or simply curious fish watchers.This American husband and wife team seem to have lived many divers dream existence. Travelling the Indo Pacific for 13 years, they would camp on a beach with their own compressor and make three dives a day collecting sponge specimens for medical research.The scientific information is clear and broken down into digestible chunks, enlivened by well annotated pictures - everything from mantis shrimps eating coral shrimps, to frogfish camouflaged against cup corals. Predation, reproduction, camouflage, feeding and mimicry are all wonderfully explained. And, in keeping with the mood of the times there is a final section on reefs in danger - overfishing, cyanide, pollution etc, complete with... 4/5 Timothy Ecott "timecott" (UK) - See all my reviews, April 22, 2002

    Not just another coffee table book -

    The Tackett's new book is a must read for divers, aquarists, and anyone who enjoys the fish and critters of the undersea world of coral reef environs. My wife and I belong to a guild of scuba divers known as "critter hunters." We love to dive and find some of nature's most crytpic creatures which inhabit the coral reefs and nearby, sometimes mucky, environs. Larry and Denise's new book is not only a fabulous collection of great underwater photographs but also contains a vast amount of the latest, most useful information regarding the habits and habitats of some of nature's most interesting creatures. It is readily apparent that the Tacketts have spent considerable time underwater in some of the most exotic locales of our water planet. They also have the unique ability to share their experiences with the reader. There are a lot of books currently available dealing with various underwater topics but this is easily one of the most informative and has already become a treasured... 5/5 Ronald H. Silver (Atlantic Beach, Florida USA) - See all my reviews This review is from: Reef Life: Natural History & Behaviors of Marine Fishes & Invertebrates (Hardcover) The Tackett's new book is a must read for divers, aquarists, and anyone who enjoys the fish and critters of the undersea world of coral reef environs. My wife and I belong to a guild of scuba divers known as "critter hunters." We love to dive and find some of nature's most crytpic creatures which inhabit the coral reefs and nearby, sometimes mucky, environs. Larry and Denise's new book is not only a fabulous collection of great underwater photographs but also contains a vast amount of the latest, most useful information regarding the habits and habitats of some of nature's most interesting creatures. It is readily apparent that the Tacketts have spent considerable time underwater in some of the most exotic locales of our water planet. They also have the unique ability to share their experiences with the reader. There are a lot of books currently available dealing with various underwater topics but this is easily one of the most informative and has already become a treasured... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , April 17, 2002

    A Unique Guide to the Underwater World

    0 5/5 Kenneth D. Knezick (Houston, TX United States) - See all my reviews This review is from: Reef Life: Natural History & Behaviors of Marine Fishes & Invertebrates (Hardcover) An avid scuba diver and underwater photographer myself, I own and enjoy many "coffee-table-style" underwater books, as well as a fair collection of field guides to coral reefs and marine life. What I appreciate most about the Tackett's new book is the way it has combined beautiful underwater photography with valuable commentary, annotations, and even arrows defining particular points of interest. "Reef Life" represents a wonderful melding of the science and the esthetics of the marine environment. Equally appealing to adults and children, it has provided me with additional knowledge and appreciation. I now look forward to sharing this appealing new book with my young nephews. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , April 20, 2002
    List Price: $29.95


  • Springer

    Coral Reefs: An Ecosystem in Transition

    Book (Springer)

    Rating (1 reviews):
    (4.0/5)
    Springer

    Definitive marine biology reference

    0 4/5 Adam Chornesky "worldshopper" (Silver Spring, MD) - See all my reviews, September 2, 2011
    List Price: $279.00


  • CRC Press

    Biology of Butterflyfishes

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    Rating (2 reviews):
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    CRC Press

    Contributing author

    0 4/5 JCHawaii - See all my reviews This review is from: Biology of Butterflyfishes (Hardcover) As one of the contributing authors I just wanted to add that there are also chapters dealing with the trade in butterflyfish as well as a chapter devoted to aquarium care and husbandry of butterflyfish. If you are looking for a pretty picture ID book on butterflyfish this is not your book, but if you are looking for the latest information on butterflyfish biology, ecology and care, then this is it. 0, September 27, 2013

    A facinating read

    0 4/5 R W GORDON - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Biology of Butterflyfishes (Hardcover) I find this book fascinating - never will i view the butterfly fish again so simply. An excellent reference for marine biologist [with some amazing insights in to the battle ground of phylogeny and some great subtle humor. a fascinating read. if you ever wondered why a butterfly fish was made an indicator species, this is the book. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , November 22, 2014
    List Price: $104.95


  • Springer

    Geological Approaches to Coral Reef Ecology (Ecological Studies)

    Book (Springer)
    List Price: $259.00


  • Elsevier Science

    Quaternary Coral Reef Systems, Volume 5: History, development processes and controlling factors (Developments in Marine Geology)

    Book (Elsevier Science)
    List Price: $160.00


  • Springer

    Deep-water Coral Reefs: Unique Biodiversity Hot-Spots (Springer Praxis Books / Life Sciences)

    Book (Springer)

    Rating (1 reviews):
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    Springer

    Hidden enigmatic coral beauty

    0 4/5 Martin Hovland "Tom Singleton" - See all my reviews, June 28, 2009
    List Price: $319.00


  • Abradale/Abrams

    Coral Kingdoms

    Book (Abradale/Abrams)

    Rating (1 reviews):
    (4.0/5)
    Abradale/Abrams

    Pictures are excellent, content is O.K.

    0 4/5 John P. Darmohray "fish monger" (Philadelphia, PA USA) - See all my reviews, March 28, 2005
    List Price: $19.98


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