Fox Business anchor Melissa Francis was only eight years old when she won the role of a lifetime: playing Cassandra Cooper Ingalls on the world's most famous prime-time soap opera, Little House on the Prairie. Now in Lessons from the Prairie, Melissa shares behind-the-scenes stories from the set and lessons learned from the show's dynamic creator, Michael Landon, that have echoed throughout her adult life. With novel insights on hard work, making mistakes, and even spirituality, Francis shares inspirational and practical life lessons that will appeal both to her fans, and fans of one of the most beloved TV shows of all time.
As an actress she appeared in numerous motion pictures, television series, and commercials. She now lives in Manhattan with her husband and three children. See All Customer Reviews. Shop Books. Read an excerpt of this book! Add to Wishlist. USD Buy Online, Pick up in Store is currently unavailable, but this item may be available for in-store purchase. Sign in to Purchase Instantly. Overview Now in Paperback: a collection of hilariously candid life lessons inspired by a childhood on set by Melissa Francis Fox anchor, acclaimed memoirist, and child star of Little House on the Prairie.
About the Author. Melissa Francis is an anchor, inspirational speaker, and host on the Fox Business Network and Fox News Channel, and a regular contributor on financial, economic, and political issues on shows such as The Five, Outnumbered, Happening Now , and America's Newsroom. Average Review. Write a Review.
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Foraging is an art that's all but lost in today's modern society, but it can make a huge difference in your life. The Foraging Bandana was designed in cooperation with some of the finest foraging instructors. We designed this bandana to act as a learning primer, field aid, and emergency reference. For neophytes, this bandana serves as a fun, stepping-stone educational tool. We worked with experts, Mark "Merriwether" Vorderbruggen and Dr.
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Endermen are tall, black neutral mobs from the End that have the ability to teleport and pick up blocks. An endermen can spawn at light level 7 or less, on any solid surface having at least three empty spaces above. They can spawn in any dimension. Endermen spawn commonly in "hauntings" of 4 in the End , or in the Overworld where they are rarer than most other mobs.
In the Nether they spawn in groups of 4 and are even rarer. This mob becomes hostile if you attack it easily avoided or if you just gaze upon it oh dear. Considering it can run at you, teleport around the world, and chase you with obsessive persistence just because you looked at it the wrong way, we'll give you some friendly advice: don't get caught staring. You should get that tattooed on the inside of your eyelids to help you remember. Thank us later. Endermen do not attack unless provoked by a player or mob attacking them or looking at their body or head from up to 64 blocks away.
When provoked, endermen open their mouths, shake with rage, and frequently make screaming sounds; when provoked by being stared at, they also make a lengthy, loud, threatening sound.
If the player maintains eye contact, the enderman does not run, although it may teleport away. Once the player stops looking at the enderman, it runs toward the player to attack. If an aggravated enderman is hit by another player or mob, it ceases attacking its original victim. An aggravated enderman may also teleport to the location of a player or mob up to 4 chunks away.
Endermen are damaged by melee attacks, water , splash water bottles , and rain , and teleport away when they take damage from any of these 1 every half second for water and rain, and 1 for splash water bottles. They repeatedly teleport until they find a dry location. However, endermen do not take damage while standing in a filled cauldron. They also teleport if they take damage from other sources such as suffocation, fire , lava , poison , or the wither effect.
Range attacks are ineffective against endermen because they simply teleport away before the projectile hits. It is extremely unlikely, but possible, to hit an enderman that happened to teleport itself into the path of a projectile, though [ until JE 1. Endermen pursue the player until they are either killed or become distracted by exterior elements like rain, fire, or sunlight they do not take damage from sunlight like undead mobs ; they are likely to teleport away to underground locations, such as caves , mineshafts , and strongholds , at daybreak. An enderman whether neutral or aggravated in a player's vicinity prevents the player from sleeping in a bed at night, as if any hostile mob were nearby.
If the player is already asleep in a bed, it is possible for an enderman to teleport on it and knock the player off, although the player continues sleeping. Endermen cannot be provoked by players looking at them through transparent blocks or wearing a carved pumpkin on their head.
Endermen cannot normally be provoked while the player is in a boat , however, they can become aggravated by a player in a minecart from some angles. Attacking an Enderman provokes it even if a carved pumpkin is worn.
Endermen attempt to kill endermites , provided they were spawned from ender pearls. Endermen can spot endermites from a distance of 64 blocks, the same distance as a provocative player. When under the Invisibility effect, the enderman's eyes are still visible. When teleporting, for each attempt a random destination is chosen within 32 blocks along each axis i.
It then seeks downwards regardless of distance, sometimes de-spawning itself from the chosen destination until the block below is made of a movement-blocking material. The teleportation attempt succeeds if no liquid or solid blocks prevent them from standing at the destination. Thus endermen typically need at least three non-solid blocks above the destination to successfully teleport.
Endermen will never teleport into waterlogged blocks.
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Exceptions are carpet that is not above a block made of a movement-blocking material and snow layers stacked 10 deep or more, as their materials are not flagged as blocking movement even though the blocks themselves do so. Endermen always attempt to teleport upon taking damage, such as from water. Most ordinary melee attacks are successful, but are usually followed by an immediate teleport to a few blocks behind the attacking player. When directly attacked by the player, endermen have a chance not to open their mouths.
Endermen cannot normally be attacked with projectiles in Java Edition and Legacy Console Edition including splash potions of harming , as they always teleport away just before being hit.