Filled with children and their animal friends, this rhyming text illuminates the wonderfully different and similar things that make us who we are.
Author: Karl Newson
Publisher: Nosy Crow
Category: Juvenile Fiction
I am me, you are you. We're the same, but different too. There's something about each of us that makes us special. But while everyone is unique, we all have many things in common as well. Explore the ways that we are all the same but different, too, in this joyful and simple celebration of individuality and camaraderie. Filled with children and their animal friends, this rhyming text illuminates the wonderfully different and similar things that make us who we are.
Author: Jenny Sue Kostecki-ShawPublish On: 2011-09-13
Their worlds might look different, but they are actually similar. Same, same. But different! Through an inviting point-of-view and colorful, vivid illustrations, this story shows how two boys living oceans apart can be the best of friends.
Author: Jenny Sue Kostecki-Shaw
Publisher: Henry Holt and Company (BYR)
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Elliot lives in America, and Kailash lives in India. They are pen pals. By exchanging letters and pictures, they learn that they both love to climb trees, have pets, and go to school. Their worlds might look different, but they are actually similar. Same, same. But different! Through an inviting point-of-view and colorful, vivid illustrations, this story shows how two boys living oceans apart can be the best of friends.
This book was written to help twins, their families, and significant others to understand more about the intricacies of adult twin relationships, this book, Instructs twins how to have an honest, authentic relationship, Explains why twins ...
Author: Joan A. Friedman
Do you sometimes resent your twin and then feel guilty about it? Are you frustrated that no one understands what it is like to be a twin? People think being a twin is mysterious, fun, and magical, but in reality, twin relationships can be difficult to navigate. The Same but Different offers insights on and solutions to the challenges that arise when young adult twins are expected to be independent, self-assured "singletons" after having been raised as twins. This book was written to help twins, their families, and significant others to understand more about the intricacies of adult twin relationships, this book, Instructs twins how to have an honest, authentic relationship, Explains why twins may feel disappointed about friendships that do not match the twin connection, Reveals how influential twin connections are in choice of a spouse, a profession, and a place to live, Offers tips and strategies to navigate the issues of separation, individuality, and codependence, Provides insight and understanding to families and significant others coping with twin struggles Book jacket.
Dear Reader, The Same but Different is a book about how we can all be from each other and also about how different we can be the . While it feels good to have same things in common with other people, it's also really exciting to be ...
Author: Molly Potter
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
From the bestselling author of How Are You Feeling Today? comes a picture book to encourage children to celebrate uniqueness and diversity and help them to challenge stereotypes. The Same but Different explores the ways in which we're all unique as well as the similarities we all share. Using everyday examples, clear explanations and colourful illustrations by Sarah Jennings, this book prompts children to broaden their perspectives and rejoice in their differences. After all, imagine how boring the world would be if everyone was exactly the same! The Same but Different explores all the ways we're different, including how we look, where we live, the languages we speak, what our families are like and what we believe in. It's the perfect book for starting important conversations with children about diversity and inclusion, with topics such as race, disability, gender, sexual orientation, religion and customs. Early Years and PSHE expert Molly Potter also provides a glossary of terms and notes for parents and carers offering advice on tackling prejudice right from the start.
But it does not pretend to cover such a rich subject comprehensively. ... There is so much more to explore about this sport, which, in Quebec, is the same as but different from the hockey culture known in English Canada.
Author: Jason Blake
Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
Category: Sports & Recreation
From coast to coast, hockey is played, watched, loved, and detested, but it means something different in Quebec. Although much of English Canada believes that hockey is a fanatically followed social unifier in the French-speaking province, in reality it has always been politicized, divided, and troubled by religion, class, gender, and language. In The Same but Different, writers from inside and outside Quebec assess the game’s history and culture in the province from the nineteenth century to the present. This volume surveys the past and present uses of hockey and how it has been represented in literature, drama, television, and autobiography. While the legendary Montreal Canadiens loom throughout the book’s chapters, the collection also discusses Quebecers’ favourite sport beyond the team’s shadow. Employing a broad range of approaches including study of gender, memory, and culture, the authors examine how hockey has become a lightning rod for discussions about Québécois identity. Hockey reveals much about Quebec and its relationship with the rest of Canada. The Same but Different brings new insights into the celebrated game as a site for community engagement, social conflict, and national expression.
Forty-three percent of Osorio's contracts have no other listed merchant associate, whereas only 14% were intra-cultural and 25% included both other Sephardic merchants and Dutch associates. Seventeen percent of Osorio's contracts were ...
Author: Jessica V. Roitman
Using cutting-edge theory regarding trade networks and diaspora, this book offers an innovative analysis of Sephardic merchants in 17th c. Amsterdam’s trade. Challenging views that Sephardic success stemmed from endogamous business relationships, it shows that Sephardic merchants traded with non-Sephardim.
The difference is the method or methods by which this evolutionary history occurred. ... Bone structure and organization and number of terminal digits is clearly similar in the various groups, but shows Comparative anatomy indicates ...
Author: Dr. Rick Miller PhD
Publisher: Dorrance Publishing
Exactly the Same…But Different By: Dr. Rick Miller PhD Although there has been a vast amount of information gathered on the history of the Earth, there are still many things that have yet to be discovered. To help spread more knowledge on the physical and biological history among our population, Miller outlines some of this information. This book discusses alternative explanations for Earth's history that will motivate you to learn more information.
The meaning and possible limitations of this idea of “ The Same , but Different " as an ecumenical path to unity are examined from various points of view in the present book . Lund University Press Box 141 , S - 221 00 Lund , Sweden Art ...
Author: Christopher Meakin
Category: Christian union
The same year (1937) that the ecumenical conferences at Oxford and Edinburgh decided to work towards the integration of the hitherto separately developing wings of the ecumenical movements - Life and work and faith and others - an important book appeared in France. Chretiens desunis was written by a Dominican friar Yves Congar, and was the first major attempt by a catholic theologian to give a favourable, even if critical, examination and theological analysis of the ecumenical question. This was the publishing debut in bookform of a career of more than fifty years of prolific writing on many questions of ecclesiological and ecumenical significance. Congar made an important contribution to the renewal of catholic theology and a change in the attitude of the Catholic Church towards ecumenism.
The dances and performances all depicted some different aspect of Maori life. If I'm honest I can't say I could see a great difference between the dance depicting a hunt, the war dance or any other dance, but whatever the performance ...
Author: Sally Wootton
Publisher: Pneuma Springs Publishing
'Same same, but different' is an account of some of the author's travel experiences in greenland, Australia, Southeast Asi, New Zealand and Colombia. It is not intended as a travel guide but is a way for the author to share her experiences with others.
While most volumes are authored by members of SIL, suitable works by others will also form part of the series. ... Manager Karoline Fisher, Compositor Hazel Shorey, Graphic Artist The Same but Different Language Use and Attitudes in Four.