Author: Scholastic Library PublishingPublish On: 2017-02
Each title is brimming with vibrant photos of a child's favorite and familiar everyday objects. The accompanying text makes it easy to introduce kids to the joys of reading
Author: Scholastic Library Publishing
Publisher: Children's Press
These fun and colorful board books start the youngest learners on the road to reading. Each title is brimming with vibrant photos of a child's favorite and familiar everyday objects. The accompanying text makes it easy to introduce kids to the joys of reading
I know all about it . Catch him alive oh ! Evan . ... Do you know , mamma , something so funny has happened ! ... He was very good - natured , and let me look at his portfolio , and when he wasn't looking I ran off with this picture .
One day I said a word in class , and all of the kids in my group were making fun of me and saying that I didn't know how to speak Spanish . She heard them and came over and explained that I was using the right word and talked about how ...
Author: Carol Korn
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
Korn and Bursztyn and their contributors examine the cultural transitions that children make as they move between home and school. Case studies present instances of how diversity engages us in renegotiating the personal and social. In illuminating the complicated nature of cultural transitions, they highlight how multiculturalism can play a transformative role in the lives of children and schools.
[ fun and dial . ] A marked plate on And tyranny ulurps her happy plains ? which the shadow points the hour , Her sunny locks Ilang on her temples like a golden Heece . Shakesp . All your graces no more you shall have , SU'NRISE .
You're funny and nice.” “I'm anything but nice.” I think the term my mother often uses to describe me is prickly. ... it's like someone bricked over my mouth, sealing all the right words in, until she finally sends me a little smile.
Author: Vicky Skinner
Publisher: Swoon Reads
Category: Young Adult Fiction
Two teens who have nothing in common work together at a record store in All Our Worst Ideas, a powerful and voice-driven YA novel from Vicky Skinner. When Amy, on her way to becoming valedictorian of her graduating class and getting accepted to her dream school, gets dumped by her long-term boyfriend, she takes a job at a record store to ease the pain. She needs a distraction, badly. Oliver, Amy’s record store co-worker, isn’t so sure about Amy—his complete opposite—but what he is sure of is his decision not to go to college. He just can’t figure out how to tell his mother. As they work late-night shifts at the record store, Amy and Oliver become friends and then confidantes and then something more, but when Amy has a hard time letting go of what she thought was her perfect future with her ex, she risks losing the future she didn’t even know she wanted with Oliver.
His little breast heaved ; his can't hear . know Mr. Proctor wasn't making fun of the stars , al- large lovely blue ... It is ever Mamma's told me how to spell all the words in this entertained the company with lively remarks upon and ...
Author: Belinda Dunnick KargePublish On: 2002-09-01
All. About. Me. Unit. Children need to feel good about themselves if they are to be socially competent. ... When a child needs practice with syntax (sequences of words are combined into phrases and sentences) or pragmatics (use of ...
He wants our love and He wants our thanks but all that is included in our relationship with Him. It is all about our ... He reiterates this in a journal entry that He spoke to me for you. He speaks these words to you personally.
Author: Tricia Draper
Publisher: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc.
Have you ever wondered what God is saying to you? Do you have questions you would like answered? In this book, God answers such questions about how to trust, praise and listen to Him. God chose you specifically and wants you to have a deep personal relationship with Him. He has a special purpose for your life. You may be at a point in your relationship with God that you feel you have messed up and completely ruined everything you had, or you may feel that you are simply unworthy. When we feel this way, God is right there waiting for us to ask for His help. We need to empty ourselves of all the negative things in our lives and allow Him to fill us up with His love. The great news is that God loves you and He always will! He's there in our darkest hour and He's there when we are rejoicing. He sees our needs and when we turn to Him, He is waiting with open arms to receive us. We can all rest assured that no matter how we mess up or how many times, we can always start fresh by saying, "OK, God, let's start from here."
Puzzles . the pictures quite awhile and the moons danced away what was dark in the real picture was light inside my ... the waves and tide agoing , and that we I wonder if he was making fun of me — anyhow , I him up , quick as a flash .
“She uses me. Uses all of us. Doesn't give a damn about anyone. But I can't get away.” “You can always come and cry on my shoulder.” “I know that. ... We can have fun. Like the old days. ... “Are they your words or your mother's?
Author: Peter Rimmer
Publisher: Kamba Publishing
They chanted. ‘Release Mandela’. But for three young individuals, their motives are their own… During a London Anti-Apartheid march, the Daily Mirror reporter Harry meets the impassioned Petronella, a communist activist. Alongside her is Josiah Makoni, a man spearheading his own cause to free his people from colonial Rhodesia. A country threatening to declare unilateral independence from Britain… Enamoured after his brief encounter, Harry wants more. Why is this woman so intriguing when her political agenda is in direct contrast to her family background? The granddaughter of an English magnate and daughter of a privileged white Rhodesian farmer. Playing with Harry, it becomes clear that Petronella and Josiah are lovers, driving Harry ever more to win her over. But for Josiah, his desire and passion are for his land. To break free of white oppression. To recruit freedom fighters and take back the power of his country, Zimbabwe. No matter the unthinkable… The Best of Times is the ninth episode in the Brigandshaw Chronicles. It’s the best of times for some, but the start of a bitter war to come.