Black Sand Beach 2 Do You Remember the Summer Before

Black Sand Beach 2  Do You Remember the Summer Before

Black Sand Beach 2 Do You Remember the Summer Before

A revelation about how Dash may or may not have spent the summer before raises the stakes even higher in this second installment of the eerie and enthralling Black Sand Beach series, perfect for fans of Gravity Falls, Rickety Stich, and Fake Blood. Dash and his crew might have stumbled upon the source of the evil at Black Sand Beach when they stumbled into the abandoned and haunted lighthouse, but when Lily reveals that she found Dash's journal there, the news is anything but comforting. The book is full of Dash's reflections on his trip to Black Sand Beach the previous summer. Only Dash doesn't recognize the journal or have any memory of being there. As the friends read the entries aloud, through flashbacks Dash's unsettling encounter with two ghost girls, a truly terrifying monster, and a life changing event make one thing very clear: Black Sand Beach isn't done with them yet. Deliciously creepy and difficult to put down, Do You Remember the Summer Before? returns readers to a supernatural shore they'll never forget.

Black Sand Beach 1 5 Tales from Black Sand Beach

Black Sand Beach 1 5  Tales from Black Sand Beach

Black Sand Beach 1 5 Tales from Black Sand Beach

A spooky short story collection about the creepy happenings at a haunted beach town. A companion to Richard Fairgray's middle grade graphic novel series, Black Sand Beach. A stolen heart. Blood dripping from your open mouth while you sleep. A game of peekaboo that's anything but adorable. A face watching your every move as you furiously dig to save it. The eerie and unsettling weave together in thirteen short stories based on the Tales from Black Sand Beach podcasts written and produced by Richard Fairgray, about the inexplicable happenings in a haunted beach town. This collection is a companion to the middle grade graphic novel sereis, Black Sand Beach, and each story features a full-page black and white illustration.

Black Sand Beach 1 Are You Afraid of the Light

Black Sand Beach 1  Are You Afraid of the Light

Black Sand Beach 1 Are You Afraid of the Light

Black Sand Beach is the can't-put-down middle-grade graphic-novel series about a haunted summer vacation by Richard Fairgray, a bestselling and award-winning comic book and picture book author / illustrator. In the first book, Are You Afraid of the Light?, twelve-year-old Dash and his best friend Lily are spending the summer at Back Sand Beach, where Dash’s family has a house. But nothing is as it seems from the beginning. The beach house is a shack, and Dash’s weird relatives are there. But more alarming is the zombie ram that crashes through the front yard. And the ghosts that call out to Dash from the lighthouse . . . Each book in the dynamic series contains full-color, graphic-novel panels on every page and multiple connected stories.

Black Sand Beach Volcano

Black Sand Beach  Volcano

Black Sand Beach Volcano

Black sand is sand that is black in color. One type of black sand is a heavy, glossy, partly magnetic mixture of usually fine sands, found as part of a placer deposit. Another type of black sand, found on beaches near a volcano, consists of tiny fragments of Basalt.While some beaches are predominantly made of black sand, even other color beaches (e.g. gold and white) can often have deposits of black sand, particularly after storms. Larger waves can sort out sand grains leaving deposits of heavy minerals visible on the surface of erosion scarps.Black sands are used by miners and prospectors to indicate the presence of a placer formation. Placer mining activities produce a concentrate that is composed mostly of black sand. Black sand concentrates often contain additional valuables, other than precious metals: rare earth elements, thorium, titanium, tungsten, zirconium and others are often fractionated during igneous processes into a common mineral-suite that becomes black sands after weathering and erosion.Several gemstones, such as garnet, topaz, ruby, sapphire, and diamond are found in placers and in the course of placer mining, and sands of these gems are found in black sands and concentrates. Purple or ruby-colored garnet sand often forms a showy surface dressing on ocean beach placers.An example of a non-volcanic black sand beach is at Langkawi in Malaysia.When lava contacts water, it cools rapidly and shatters into sand and fragmented debris of various size. Much of the debris is small enough to be considered sand. A large lava flow entering an ocean may produce enough basalt fragments to build a new black sand beach almost overnight. The famous "black sand" beaches of Hawaii, such as Punaluʻu Beach and Kehena Beach, were created virtually instantaneously by the violent interaction between hot lava and sea water. Since a black sand beach is made by a lava flow in a one time event, they tend to be rather short lived since sands do not get replenished if currents or storms wash sand into deeper water. For this reason, the state of Hawaii has made it illegal to remove black sand from its beaches. Further, a black sand beach is vulnerable to being inundated by future lava flows, as was the case for Hawaiʻi's Kaimū, usually known simply as Black Sand Beach, and Kalapana beaches.[3] An even shorter-lived black sand beach was Kamoamoa.[4] Unlike with white and green sand beaches, walking barefoot on black sand can result in burns, as the black sand absorbs a greater fraction of the solar radiation falling upon it.When lava contacts water, it cools rapidly and shatters into sand and fragmented debris of various size. Much of the debris is small enough to be considered sand. A large lava flow entering an ocean may produce enough basalt fragments to build a new black sand beach almost overnight. The famous "black sand" beaches of Hawaii, such as Punaluʻu Beach and Kehena Beach, were created virtually instantaneously by the violent interaction between hot lava and sea water.[2] Since a black sand beach is made by a lava flow in a one time event, they tend to be rather short lived since sands do not get replenished if currents or storms wash sand into deeper water. For this reason, the state of Hawaii has made it illegal to remove black sand from its beaches. Further, a black sand beach is vulnerable to being inundated by future lava flows, as was the case for Hawaiʻi's Kaimū, usually known simply as Black Sand Beach, and Kalapana beaches. An even shorter-lived black sand beach was Kamoamoa. Unlike with white and green sand beaches, walking barefoot on black sand can result in burns, as the black sand absorbs a greater fraction of the solar radiation falling upon it.

The Black Sand Beach

The Black Sand Beach

The Black Sand Beach

Spending winter in Hawaii while accompanying her husband on a construction job seemed to Jess like the opportunity of a lifetime. But when members of her husband's crew start dying and she gets visits from a ghost with a vengeance, Jess turns to a new friend, Trudy, who helps find out why the beach seems to want to kill everyone. What the women discover is more than they ever imagined and they realize the only way they will leave the island alive is to appeal to the Mother of the Big Island, the Volcano Goddess herself, PELE, and to stop their husbands from working on demolishing the goddess' favorite beach.

Notebook

Notebook

Notebook

College Ruled Color Paperback. Size: 6 inches x 9 inches. 55 sheets (110 pages for writing). Small Sea Waves In A Black Sand Beach In Italy. 157942978531

Iwo Jima

Iwo Jima

Iwo Jima

Chuck Tatum's non-fiction, IWO JIMA: RED BLOOD, BLACK SAND, PACIFIC APOCALYPSE, the first new book on Iwo Jima in a decade. Lavishly illustrated with 328 photos, maps & illustrations in its 330 pages, plus glossary, index & special photo section on Gunnery Sergeant John Basilone. Written by a "first wave" veteran of Iwo Jima enduring his baptism of fire, IWO JIMA: RED BLOOD, BLACK SAND: PACIFIC APOCALYPSE is a searing, graphic account of a tragic battle & one man's journey to war, the hell of combat & his long road home. Many photos are from the private files of General Keller Rockey, commander of Iwo's 5th Division, loaned by his son. A unique layout places photos & events on the same page, which gives the text exceptionally dramatic presentation. The Smithsonian Institution book stores feature IWO JIMA: RED BLOOD, BLACK SAND, PACIFIC APOCALYPSE. LEATHERNECK MAGAZINE praises it, & scores of letters from Iwo vets say, "...I dodged the bullets again & remembered my cold, sweating fear." "I repressed memories of Iwo for half a century -- but you brought all the recollections back." "I returned to Iwo with your book & stood on the black sand beach where I landed 50 years ago. It was quiet, lonely & there is still on cover." "All the way through your book I kept saying, 'That's right!' 'Me too!' 'I remember doing that!' Thanks for your wonderfully accurate book about a time when all of us were young." First Edition of Chuck Tatum's compelling non-fiction classic lists for $29.95 plus $3.55 postage & handling. (California residents add $2.25 tax). Libraries are accorded a 20% discount, book stores receive trade discounts. Order from Charles W. Tatum Publishing, 6333 Pacific Avenue, Suite 113, Stockton, CA 95207, (209) 478-2790, FAX (209) 957-9777. After the release of IWO JIMA: RED BLOOD, BLACK SAND, PACIFIC APOCALYPSE nationally on the 50th anniversary of the battle, 19, February, 1995, over 1,000 copies were sold in the first 60 days. Personally autographed copies can be requested. To order, contact: Charles W. Tatum Publishing, 6333 Pacific Avenue, Suite 113, Stockton CA 95207 (209) 478-2790, FAX (209) 478-2790.

Black Sands

Black Sands

Black Sands


Mines Statement

Mines Statement

Mines Statement