Release on 2014-10-28 | by Larry Kilmer,Lisbeth Agerskov Christensen
A Step-by-step Extermination Guide for Getting Rid of Bed Bugs
Author: Larry Kilmer,Lisbeth Agerskov Christensen
Category: House & Home
Do you have a problem with bed bugs?Are you scared you might get them?The bed bug epidemic is rapidly spreading. An exterminator once told said:"It's not if we get them. It's when we get them."How do bed bugs affect our lives?Bed bugs can create a big strain on your social life, well-being, and happiness. This is not something to be taken lightly. Because of this spreading epidemic, millions of people are disposing of their furniture and other belongings which is adding to the landfills. Millions of dollars are being tossed down the drain. Loads of time is being wasted because people are not educated on how to eradicate this overwhelming problem.What about buying products to get rid of bed bugs?There are tons of places marketing various chemicals, natural methods, devices and traps to unsuspecting customers who are desperate to get rid of bedbugs. Little does the average consumer know, many companies are profiting from products in which only somewhat work, or do not work at all. As many professionals have stated: Just because a product says it will get rid of bedbugs, doesn't mean it will. There are products that do work, but which ones?What about researching the internet?For some reason, blogs, websites, and videos on the internet always manage to leave out important information— and let's not forget all the incorrect information that people are putting out there.Researching and cross referencing multiple sources can be a long, tedious, and an overwhelming process—not to mention the time and hundreds of dollars wasted on products that just don't work. The process of getting rid of bedbugs is something that you can take into your own hands, but will take years to learn if you rely on the internet or trial and error. But you get to be one of the lucky ones...How does this guide help me get rid of bed bugs myself?What took me years to learn has now all been wrapped up into a simple step by step guide to get you through the process of getting rid of bed bugs every step of the way so you don't get overwhelmed.Not only will this book save you hundreds of dollars from the trial and error of faulty products, but it will save you hours, days, and even years of sourcing information.What kinds of things will I learn about if I get this guide?This book is jam packed with tons of information, options, and a comprehensive guide to thoroughly take you through step by step to get rid of bedbugs 100%.Within this book, you will learn:• Professional extermination techniques• Where professional exterminators buy their supplies• Natural & non-chemical ways of extermination• The best chemicals to kill bedbugs• How to make homemade bedbug traps & devices• How to get bedbugs out of electronics• Where to find bedbugs• What bedbugs look like• Common myths about bedbugs• How to prevent bedbug re-infestation• Bedbug statistics, facts & habitsWhy should I buy this book?Is wasting your time, money, belongings, and sanity worth not purchasing this guide for less than a cup of coffee?Don't you think it's time you finally get some straight answers? This guide has got you covered.You've already taken the first step in the right direction by finding this guide. You are one click away from taking the second."DIY How to Get Rid of Bed Bugs Yourself" is the only guide you will need. Click the buy now button on the top right hand corner of this page and save yourself time, money, and headache.You will be glad you did!
Flexible cast of 4M, 6F, plus 5 that can be either. "Are wicked witches always bad? That depends on your perspective. Marie is a little girl who likes to jump on her bed, but to the bedbugs being squished underfoot, she is the wicked witch who causes earthquakes, among other natural disasters. The microscopic citizens of her bed are up in arms (and legs!) over the rhyme her mother says to her every night before bed: "Good night, sleep tight. Don't let the bedbugs bite. And if they do, you squeeze them tight, and then they won't bite tomorrow night." Peter, an impassioned bedbug, feels they must take action against the witch before the rhyme's ominous "squeezing" starts. Patsy, however, prefers a peaceful approach and wants to talk to the witch and work something out. Despite Patsy's objections, the bedbugs launch a full-scale attack against Marie, prompting her to investigate with her magnifying glass. To her surprise, there really are bedbugs ... and they have something to say! Brave Patsy leads the peace talks, and Marie finally realizes the damage she's been causing and apologizes. Crawling with laughs, great stage action and the opportunity for simple yet creative props and staging (Think A Bug's Life), this play is a snap to produce--perfect for young audiences and actors. In a fun way, it reminds us there are always two sides to every story and that conflict is best resolved peacefully."--Publisher's description.
"Only a bedbug knows how it goes while you doze." That's the motto of the three bedbugs who live in Irene's four-poster bed. One night, when the moon is particularly bright, Irene meets this helpful trio, who tell her about her nighttime visitors--the Sandman, the Tooth Fairy, the Nice Dream Man, Night Mare, and the Boogeyman--and how the bedbugs protect her from the mayhem, mischief, and mishaps that can happen while she sleeps.
Bedbugs get their name from the fact that they like to hide where people sleep. Then, they come out in the middle of the night and make a meal of human blood! Readers learn many icky facts about these bugs that support science curriculum topics, such as life cycles and relationships between parasites and hosts. They also learn what happens to a person’s body when they get a bedbug bite. Helpful tips on finding and getting rid of bedbugs are included, too. Vivid photographs of bedbugs seem to crawl right off the page!
Release on 1997 | by Michael Lomatuway'ma,Ekkehart Malotki
Author: Michael Lomatuway'ma,Ekkehart Malotki
Pubpsher: U of Nebraska Press
Category: Social Science
The mysteries and complexities of sex-the wonder of sexual initiation, the discomfort of sexual desire, the penalties of indulgence, and the power of erotic love-have all found expression in Hopi tales. Sometimes cast in animal fables, sometimes presented in monstrous exaggeration to emphasize the power of sexual appetite, and sometimes as wildly bawdy as Shakespeare, the tales evoke the candor of Hopi imagination and the vitality of Hopi culture. This volume gives each tale in the original Hopi and in English translation on facing pages. The tales include Bedbug Boy and his constantly interrupted dinner, how the Hehey'as tricked the Itsivus and took advantage of their wives, and how the Horned Lizard girls found a new use for chili powder. Ekkehart Malotki's preface and glossary clarify terms and concepts and provide background for the stories and the storytelling. E. N. Genovese's introduction puts the collection in the broad context of classical Greek and Latin literature and describes how the Hopi stories are distinct in their own right. Michael Lomatuway'ma, Lorena Lomatuway'ma, Sidney Namingha Jr., Leslie Koyawena, and Herschel Talashoma, all gifted Hopi storytellers, have contributed to this collection. Ekkehart Malotki is a professor of languages at the University of Northern Arizona. He has compiled and translated many other books about Hopi language and culture, including Hopi Coyote Tales, available as a Bison Book, and Hopi Ruin Legends. E. N. Genovese is a professor and chair of the Classics and Humanities Department at San Diego State University. His articles have appeared in Classical Journal, MAIA, and Latomus.
From the quintessential vicar's "Manna from Heaven" to the transatlantic finale of "The Demon Barber of Bedminster" or the sad demise of "Nellie!" - the only three bosomed bareback rider in the world - "Stories for Bedbugs!" is a collection of eleven short stories guaranteed to send you to sleep with a smile on your face!
I Wonder… About Insects. Are all ladybugs females? Does a honeybee make flavored honey? Will a stinkbug smell better if it takes a bath? Can a walking stick fly? Will fruit flies eat vegetables? Do army ants carry guns? Learn the answer to these questions and many more in this fascinating 15-minute book about insects. With a fun, comical question, each page introduces a new insect and tells some fun information about it. Ages 6 to 10. Reading Level: 4.7 LearningIsland.com believes in the value of children practicing reading for 15 minutes every day. Our 15-Minute Books give children lots of fun, exciting choices to read, from classic stories, to mysteries, to books of knowledge. Many books are appropriate for hi-lo readers. Open the world of reading to a child by having them read for 15 minutes a day.