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Let's Go Outside by Bianca Ebeling Book Summary:
The best way to stimulate your newborn's vision is by usingblack and white pictures. These beautifully designed high-contrastimages will captivate your baby and help to develop their eyesight.Create an engaging activity by placing this book in front of your babyduring tummy time, nappy changes or opposite them in the car seat.
Indestructibles: Let's Go Outside! by Amy Pixton Book Summary:
Enjoy the wonders of nature in a book that’s indestructible! Look up at the BIG BLUE sky. SPLISH in the water just like a fish. Take a walk and STRETCH like tall, tall trees. Indestructibles is the trusted series for easing little ones into story time. Beloved by babies and their parents, Indestructibles are built for the way babies “read” (i.e., with their hands and mouths) and are: Rip Proof—made of ultra-durable tight-woven material Waterproof—can be chewed on, drooled on, and washed! Emergent Literacy Tool—bright pictures and few or no words encourage dialogic reading Portable—lightweight books can go anywhere, perfect for the diaper bag and for travel Safe for Baby—meets ASTM safety standards
What Is to Be Done? by Nikolai Chernyshevsky Book Summary:
Michael R. Katz (Russian, U. of Texas, Austin) has translated the socialist classic and provided a long introduction with Wm. G. Wagner (history and Russian, Williams College). Wagner has provided annotations to allusions, references, intellectual sources, and has done the critical bibliography. A necessary addition to every serious collection in fiction, feminism, socialist history.
Let's Go Outside! by Jennifer Ward Book Summary:
Engage your child in outdoor play, nature outings, and environmental explorations. Chase and be chased in a game of capture the flag. Use the power of the sun to craft your own shadow prints. Explore the stars on a late night walk. Create a field guide to your neighborhood. Through 52 ideas—some classic and some new—Let's Go Outside! offers a range of activities perfect for children ages 8 to 12. Whether you're in the country, the city, or anywhere in between, this book is sure to help you get outside—and run, dance, hike, or camp—with your preteen. Sections of the book include: • Back to Basics: Reconnecting with twists on traditional games and activities such as Capture the Flag • Making the Ordinary Extraordinary: Picnics, doing homework outdoors, and socializing opportunities outdoors • Outdoor Adventures: Canoeing, biking, and camping • Environmental Experiments: Ways to explore how nature works
So You Think You’re American by Iriowen Thea Ojo Book Summary:
Ekina was made in America with African parts, but unfortunately this has never made him indestructible. Precocious at ten years old, Ekina knows that physical strength won’t help him fend off his overbearing parents, cruel teachers, and one-sided romance. It won’t help him save his baby sister from their traditionally-misogynist father or protect his little brother from their mother’s expectations either, although it might’ve helped him master an adagio—if he hadn’t quit ballet class. Nigerian boys don’t wear pointe shoes, and anyway, who does he think he is…an American? “So You Think You’re American” is a novel about growing up in that world between foreign and native cultures. Poignant, funny, and sometimes hopelessly heartbreaking, “So You Think You’re American” will evoke profound emotions, tears or laughter, in even the most stoic of readers.
Reports of Cases in Law and Equity, Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of the State of Georgia, in the Year ... by Georgia. Supreme Court Book Summary:
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Tiny Town Let's Go Outside by Joshua George Book Summary:
Push-out-and-play jigsaw book. Visit Tiny Town with this giant-jigsaw storybook that's ideal for children age 3 and up. Each spread includes a big, easy-to-use jigsaw piece that pushes out to make a giant six-piece Tiny Town jigsaw. The rhyming text appeals to new and emerging readers, and the big jigsaw pieces are perfect for little hands!
In the Fast Lane by Nokuthula Mazibuko Book Summary:
Remember there are people affected by HIV as well as people infected with HIV. This is somthing Brunette and Samantha have no reason to worry about, until they go on holiday to Brunette's mother in Soweto. Suddenly they're living with HIV and have to learn - quick.
Oh Hogwash, Sweet Pea! by Ngareta Gabel Book Summary:
Sweet Pea is always losing her shoes. On Monday a family of ants carries her shoes outside and uses them as a canoe. On Tuesday a bird borrows them because his feet are cold. What happens on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday? Suggested level: junior.
Let's Go Outside by Steph Scott,Katie Akers Book Summary:
Let's Outside is the ideal book to take out and about with children aged 3 to 7. It is packed with original and simple outdoor activities, nature facts and woodland skills that can be used in all weather and will appeal to both boys and girls. Armed with this book, you can wrap up and go outside and find something to do whether you're near the countryside or just a park or garden. The book includes: Nature Rules (the best way to enjoy but also care for nature while outside); What you'll need in your outdoors pack to take with you; Nature Makes (20 activities using things from your pack and the natural world around you), Games (10 fun outdoor games, for parents and children, which can be played in small and large groups, promoting turn-taking, attention and listening, imagination, role play, social interaction and nature knowledge); Out and Abouts (nature trails for each of the four seasons, watching out for four different flora and fauna; Skills (5 easily achievable skills for parents and children to learn together). Original and simple activities include making 'Enchanted Wings' from a flexible willow stick and embellishing with feathers, leaves and flowers, making a stick friend, staging your own acorn Olympics and learn easy rhymes to help remember how to recognize oaks, rowans and maple trees. Each activity is written with imaginative language that appeals to children and help fire up their own role playing and sense of fun. A great book to encourage young children to switch off the TV and go outside.
Goldilocks and the Three Bears by Harry Bornstein,Karen Luczak Saulnier Book Summary:
The well-known tale about the little girl who wanders through the woods and disturbs the house of the three bears, accompanied by diagrams showing how to form the Signed English signs for each word of the text.
Scripted Fantasy in the Classroom by Eric Hall,Alison Leech Book Summary:
Many teachers have tried simple relaxation techniques in their classrooms and been surprised by their success. This step by step guide to the technique of scripted fantasy shows how the forces of the imagination can be harnessed to improve the social skills and classroom performance of students of all ages and all abilities. It provides sample scripts to get the teacher started, and gives advice on classroom management and on processing the fantasy experience without compromising students' privacy.
No Color Is My Kind by Thomas R. Cole Book Summary:
No Color Is My Kind is an uncommon chronicle of identity, fate, and compassion as two men—one Jewish and one African American—set out to rediscover a life lost to manic depression and alcoholism. In 1984, Thomas Cole discovered Eldrewey Stearns in a Galveston psychiatric hospital. Stearns, a fifty-two-year-old black man, complained that although he felt very important, no one understood him. Over the course of the next decade, Cole and Stearns, in a tumultuous and often painful collaboration, recovered Stearns' life before his slide into madness—as a young boy in Galveston and San Augustine and as a civil rights leader and lawyer who sparked Houston's desegregation movement between 1959 and 1963. While other southern cities rocked with violence, Houston integrated its public accommodations peacefully. In these pages appear figures such as Thurgood Marshall, Martin Luther King, Jr., Leon Jaworski, and Dan Rather, all of whom—along with Stearns—maneuvered and conspired to integrate the city quickly and calmly. Weaving the tragic story of a charismatic and deeply troubled leader into the record of a major historic event, Cole also explores his emotionally charged collaboration with Stearns. Their poignant relationship sheds powerful and healing light on contemporary race relations in America, and especially on issues of power, authority, and mental illness.
Macon's File by James E. Lessenger Book Summary:
Kent Macon is an investigator for the Medical Board of California. His job is to protect the public from incompetent and dishonest physicians. In the course of what begins as a routine investigation, he is paired with a homicide investigator to solve a series of crimes attributed to a physician. In the course of the investigation, he encounters Teresa, a physician and a lost love from high school. He is determined to prove a man without medical training is responsible for the crimes, but the murderer strikes back.
Daisy in a Gun Barrel by Penelope Fox Book Summary:
DAISY IN A GUN BARREL PEACE AND FREEDOM, LOVE AND WAR, ROCK AND ROLL THE 1960s ~ Penelope Fox If you happen to be an American Idol fan, recognize Eric Clapton or Bob Dylan in television commercials, listen to classic rock, or follow the clash of conservatives and liberals in Congress, you know that the 1960s remain with us, even fifty years after the impact of the era. The dilemmas of that decade continue to confound us as we grapple with the ideologies that entered the consciousness of the nation during those years. A cascade of front page news marks the period: the election of youthful, progressive, President John F. Kennedy and the fear-mongering, strangle-hold of the CIA and FBI; peace movements versus military efforts; marijuana-smoking, long haired Hippies in loose fashions clashing with strait-laced, buttoned up, conservative law enforcement; Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and civil rights, followed by womens rights, workers rights and everyone wondering what was right. More incongruities arose from international oil production and giant factory output clashing with breakthrough biological science and environmental concerns. Satellite communication battled with censorship in broadcasting. Youthful interest in the Third World, especially Asia, was shattered by a horrific, undeclared war that lasted for fifteen years and created a generational divide that has never been breached. A background of iconic music continues to remind us of the colorful history of the 60s. But what about the everyday lives of young people thrust into that psychedelic and political maelstrom? What was it like for the individuals trying to be heard over the roar of questionable politics? One answer lies in the collective voice of music that framed a lyrical diary of their experiences. Daisy in a Gun Barrel is the story of Dianna, a teacher, and Randall, a musician, who find romance in college, and shortly thereafter are torn apart by war and circumstances. It is a story of people coming to terms with personal and political beliefs, only to find that society clashes with their viewpoints at every turn. Theirs is a generation determined to change the world into a better, kinder, more democratic place. Little did they know the impact of their ideals, or the real and metaphorical ammunition that would be leveled against the beliefs they viewed as right, moral, and constitutional. Rock and roll with Dianna and Randall through the tumultuous and exciting years of 1962 through 1970, and consider the impact of their generation. Smile at their optimism, weep with their losses, and celebrate the memorable songs that grace the years. Join the characters as they encounter turning points and question authority. This is history, alive and kicking, with a strong appeal to the curious young, who were not there, and to the post flower children who would like to remember. Light the incense, slip into something tie-dyed, and revel in the events that illuminate this carefully researched and truly American story, before time and historians erase the vibrant, human essence of this powerful decade. You must be the change you wish to see in the world. ~ Mahatma Gandhi
Viv Graham & Lee Duffy's Parallel Lives by Stephen Richards Book Summary:
This text presents the lives of Viv Graham and Lee Duffy, two men who fiercely resented each other and were sworn enemies. Both ran parallel lives as pub and club enforcers raging their gangland turf wars with a fierce frenzy of brutality and unremitting cruelty. Engaging each other in a vicious organized brawl would be the ultimate challenge. Warfare and combat would mean bloodshed and carnage - both men met brutal and violent deaths.
The Violent Social World of Black Men by William Oliver Book Summary:
Solutions to a complex problem This book gives us greater insight into the problems that face young black men in America. Since violence is epidemic among young black males, this book is 'must reading' for anyone seeking solutions to this crisis. --Alvin F. Poussaint, clinical professor of psychiatry, Harvard Medical School This powerful book discusses the causes and effects of the high rates of black-on-black violence, and examines circumstances that lead to arguments and violent confrontations.
Why Not Share? by Janine Amos,Annabel Spenceley Book Summary:
This series uses child-friendly stories and illustrations to show how conflict situations can be resolved. Each book contains two stories set in a primary school which can encourage children to relate to their everyday experiences. The range of behavior that needs resolving is not simply solved by adult intervention, often the children are able to sort the problem out themselves. At the end of each book there is a page asking children to think about the situations that arose in the stories and to think about how they would behave if they were one of the characters.
Paper Trail by Creativesoulz Book Summary:
The story of the ultimate hustlers . . . . two brothers faced with adversities unsuccessful hustlers, father dead, mother strung out then she also dies, they are looking for a come up they failed at most of their attempts to get rich quick schemes then they fall on a fail proof plan to get that paper and let the scams begin.. with their superior gift for gab and that fl air for the ladies the race is on to stay one step ahead of the law and the victims they have scammed not to mention the hood thats trying to fi nd out how these two misfi t come up so fast with the women and the paper to become two of the hoods most infamous . . . money, cars, women, jewelry, they cant be stopped until greed shows its ugly face and divides the two . . . but in the end they discover no matter what all they need is each other . . . .
Day Equals Night, Or, The Equilibrium of Diurnal and Nocturnal Starlight by Valerii︠a︡ Narbikova Book Summary:
"Narbikova focusses on the life of the female body and the misuses of logic. Her prose, dense with allusions to both mass and high culture, features a Sternean irony in regard to narrative, and what was seen by the critics as a dangerous tendency to insist on the primacy of the sexual and the natural. Her subversive style switches from the banal to the offensive, turning cliches against themselves in the process."--BOOK JACKET.
A Matter of Loyalty by Mike Monczunski Book Summary:
In Frankfurts notorious red light district a British military officer is found dead. German detective Lars Kubach and his temporary British partners uncover an international conspiracy behind a bloody civil war in Nigeria. Faced with offi cial denials and lies the detectives go beyond the murky suspects and enter a web of questionable loyalties involving the Russian Mafi a, a shadowy French arms dealer and their own intelligence services.
Key To Nowhere by Robert Bailey Book Summary:
Jay Sand moves to a small city in Nebraska looking forward to his new job in the district attorney's office. He soon becomes the target of assassins and Sergeant Cindy Jackson is assigned to work out of his office and watch his back. They stumble onto a multiple homicide in progress and are caught up in the search for the killers. The pursuit takes them from a gun battle on the streets of Omaha to a jail break in Harrisburg as they stay one step ahead of organized crime and an intelligence spook gone bad. This is a story of contemporary fiction about two professional crime fighters, their families, their peers and their opponents. It is also about their failures and their successes.
Horizons Phonics 1 Teacher Bk by Alpha Omega Book Summary:
Teacher's Handbook The Horizons Phonics and Reading 1 program consists of 2 student workbooks that teach phonetic concepts, and 2 readers that allow students to practice what they have learned. For example, students memorize phonics and spelling rules to recognize the relationship between letters and sounds, as will enable them to decode new words. The Teacher's Guide includes lesson instructions as well as tips and teaching strategies."
Cultural Anxiety by Rafael Lopez-Pedraza Book Summary:
Four brilliant essays by the author of 'Hermes and His Children' hailing the elemental force of the irrational in a world that is all too often 'explained' and 'understood': Moon Madness -- Titanic Love; Cultural Anxiety; Reflections on the Duende; Consciousness of Failure. López-Pedraza passionately urges us to acknowledge our roots in the soul and our debt to the unknowable.