The Sky Is Falling!: A Global Warming Survival Guide

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Ever wonder if global warming is something to be afraid about-really afraid about? Take an up close and personal look at how the world's erratic climate may be affecting you. Written from the perspective of a nature-loving author, a stand-up comic, and the ones who matter the most - intelligent whales:

* This book gives a new and different eye-view on effects of Earth's changing climate.

* This book pokes fun at the media, scientists, politicians, and celebrities while giving the most up-to-date scoop on ...

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Overview

Ever wonder if global warming is something to be afraid about-really afraid about? Take an up close and personal look at how the world's erratic climate may be affecting you. Written from the perspective of a nature-loving author, a stand-up comic, and the ones who matter the most - intelligent whales:

* This book gives a new and different eye-view on effects of Earth's changing climate.

* This book pokes fun at the media, scientists, politicians, and celebrities while giving the most up-to-date scoop on everything from the melting ice caps to twisters on the West Coast.

* This book also includes the opposing points of view of two whales, Harmony and Hamlet.

* The book is written in a warm and witty style. The Sky is Falling! A Global Warming Survival Guide, is a must-read for every two-legger on the planet!

The Sky is Falling! will help you get a real grip on what's going on with Mother Nature, and how those changes will affect you, your children and their children in the years to come.

Journalist-author Cal Orey is the author of bestseller The Healing Powers of Vinegar, 202 Pets Peeves, and The Man Who Predicts Earthquakes.

Mark Jabo is a New York-based writer, comic and financial consultant who has lived and worked all over the world including Tokyo, London and Australia.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781425969431
  • Publisher: AuthorHouse
  • Publication date: 10/28/2006
  • Pages: 108
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.26 (d)

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Journalist-author Cal Orey is the author of bestseller The Healing Powers of Vinegar, 202 Pets Peeves, and The Man Who Predicts Earthquakes.

Mark Jabo is a New York-based writer, comic and financial consultant who has lived and worked all over the world including Tokyo, London and Australia.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 20, 2008

    The Sheep cries Wolf

    The Sky is Falling is a romp through the hysteria of the global warming camp. The book is a balanced representation of the facts, something we don't see very often. Orey pokes fun at those who have ridden the coattails of this movement, and built their platforms in the process. Be prepared to laugh, as the authors show the historical tendency of humanity to believe that which has no supporting evidence. The commentary of the whales, Harmony and Hamlet, shows us that we have a choice in this affair: to jump on the bandwagon, or to let it go by.

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