An Example Of Fragility And Timeliness

So how many years would it take without rain for these seeds to become unviable? This is an example of the fragility of nature and the need for genes to reproduce. Over the millions of years of Earth history how many species have come and gone just waiting for the rain that never came? As a large number of species of extinct plant species have left no records, can we assume that events where natural climatic changes have taken place, that they have wiped out so many just waiting in the hope of reproducing their selfish genes?

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Busy Bee and the Endangered Meadow – Now Available as A4 Story and Colouring Book

Finally, the Print on Demand version of the story Busy Bee and the Endangered Meadow is available. If you buy a copy I will donate a percentage of the profits to a cause of your choice.

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Busy Bee and the Endangered Meadow – Artwork for the New Notice

This is the artwork for the new notice placed at the entrance to the meadow where Bea lives in the story Busy Bee and the Endangered Meadow. The story is now available on the Kindle platform and devices that run the app. It is also available as a pdf from our website, www.junagarhmedia.co.uk, for PCs, Mac and tablets that have a pdf reader. From next week it will be available from Amazon as a Print on Demand A4 story and colouring in book.

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Published – Busy Bee and the Endangered Meadow

After completely reading through the story twice today and making all the editing changes I have at last loaded up the kindle version onto the Amazon KDP platform. Now for the pdf and Print on Demand versions.

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Busy Bee and the Endangered Meadow – a work in progress

Today I am working again on my story about bees and how they need to stop their home being built over with houses. I really want to publish this soon.

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Cover artwork for my new story, “Busy Bee and the Endangered Meadow”

At the moment I am completing a new story that is called “Busy Bee and the Endangered Meadow”, It is a story about how a bee comes up with the idea of disguising some of them to be a rare or endangered species so that they can stop the meadow being built over. As usual it is for four four to eight year old children.

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