So you want to be a rock star ... or a dancer , or a doctor , or a scientist , or a magician . But what exactly do these people really do all day anyway ? For example , did you know that crocodile hunting is a real career ? It's true .
Author: Jodi Weiss
Publisher: The Princeton Review
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Profiles a variety of professions with information on day-to-day activities, professional responsibilities, college majors, and high school activities.
TURN in Damaged Money If you deface a dollar bill , you could be fined one hundred dollars as punishment . You don't have to be a mathematician to know that that doesn't pay ! Defacing a dollar doesn't just mean cutting out George ...
Author: Marc Tyler Nobleman
Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Describes three hundred sixty-five fun activities for children, from creating an underwater city to volunteering at an animal shelter.
Get to Know the Movers and Shakers, Heroes and Hotshots in Your Hometown Joe Rhatigan ... What are some good things about growing older? Bad things? Check It Out ZOOM helps you help the elderly: to.pbs.org/4iheo7 Activities that will ...
Author: Joe Rhatigan
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
It doesn’t have to be a celebrity, it doesn’t have to be a big-name athlete: some of the most important and exciting people a kid can meet live right nearby, in his or her own hometown! These are the folks who quietly help keep us safe, grow our food, and motivate us with their success. And this engaging book explains who these world-changers are, what they do, why they’re important, and how to make contact. Using a fun and appealing notebook-style format filled with lighthearted illustrations, it identifies individuals who might be cool to meet—from farmers and travelers to local entrepreneurs, politicians, and artists. Plus, it gives inquisitive strategies, interview questions, and research ideas, along with plenty of interesting tidbits, great quotes, intriguing profiles, blogs to check out, and Q&As. Every child will find something life-changing in these pages as they explore the lives of animal rescuers, scientists, writers, crafters, chefs, engineers, and so many more. They’ll even learn about the teens and tweens who take an active role in making their communities better places—like Maya Shea Penn, a thirteen-year-old entrepreneur, philanthropist, designer, artist, animator, illustrator, and writer who started her own company when she was only eight! Who knows where it will inspire a kid to go?
Author: USA House of RepresentativesPublish On: 1872
White men are wise , and know about all these things . Whatever is true will make you grow . You know just how to make things grow . It is true , wherever there is rich land that is the place where things will grow . We love what we ...
Author: Antoine de Saint-ExuperyPublish On: 2021-09-24
“You see, I found out-without asking. Aunt Polly WANTS me with her, ... “You don't know how good she's been to me; and-and I think, really, sometimes she's beginning to be glad about things-lots of things. And you know she never used to ...
Author: Antoine de Saint-Exupery
Publisher: Strelbytskyy Multimedia Publishing
This carefully compiled collection for young readers includes: Antoine de Saint-Exupery The Little Prince Lewis Carroll Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland Robert Louis Stevenson The strange case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde J.M. Barrie Peter Pan Frances Hodgson Burnett The Secret Garden Mark Twain The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Eleanor H. Porter Pollyanna Jules Verne Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol Jack London The Call of the Wild Lyman Frank Baum The Wonderful Wizard of Oz Margery Williams The Velveteen Rabbit
—Ability to organize new information by sorting and linking it to what we already know so that it can be stored. —Ability to retrieve information from our memories, either by recalling it or recognizing it. If we no longer have what ...
Author: Kathleen Gose
Separate the facts from the fears about memory loss. For many older people and their families, the fear of progressive memory loss is the chief anxiety about aging. To them, lapses that younger people would laugh off as distraction may seem the early symptoms of an inevitable decline into senility. The good news is that most of these fears are unfounded. Kathleen Gose, a social worker, and Gloria Levi, a gerontologist, both have had years of experience working with older adults. They developed Dealing with Memory Changes to provide upbeat, practical answers to seniors’ most pressing questions: • What memory changes are normal with age? • How does memory work and what conditions other than age can affect it? • How does age affect intelligence and the ability to learn? • What are the best strategies for remembering everyday details—such as house keys, shopping lists, and names? • What signs indicate a need for help? Plus, invaluable information on how memory is affected by nutrition, depression, stress, prescription drugs, alcohol, exercise—and much more.
“What do you want? Or are you here to insult me too?” “I don't believe anything Mama said. I know you. I know you're not an igbaraja.” She eyed me with suspicion. “So why are you here?” I took a deep breath and rolled the words around ...
Author: Rimma Onoseta
Publisher: Hachette UK
Category: Young Adult Fiction
An emotionally riveting novel for fans of Ibi Zoboi and Erika L. Sánchez about two sisters in Nigeria on their journey to break free of an oppressive home. Sisters Cheta and Zam couldn’t be more different. Cheta, sharp-tongued and stubborn, never shies away from conflict—either at school or at home, where her mother fires abuse at her. Timid Zam escapes most of her mother’s anger, skating under the radar and avoiding her sister whenever possible. In a turn of good fortune, Zam is invited to live with her aunt’s family in the lap of luxury. Jealous, Cheta also leaves home, but to a harder existence that will drive her to terrible decisions. When the sisters are reunited, Zam alone will recognize just how far Cheta has fallen—and Cheta’s fate will rest in Zam’s hands. Debut author Rimma Onoseta deftly explores classism, colorism, cycles of abuse, how loyalty doesn’t always come attached to love, and the messy truths that sometimes, family is not a source of comfort, and that morality is all shades of grey.
If you are beginning to do to the work – doing hard things to promote your own growth – know that this deep work can be exhausting. You might feel depleted from the internal action that is beginning. You must replenish yourself in order ...
Author: Jodie Cariss
Publisher: Random House
'Like having two psychotherapists at your fingertips' Cosmopolitan Free yourself from self-improvement; find space for self-compassion In a world which can be hard to navigate, it's not surprising that sometimes we don't feel OK. In this compassionate book, therapists Jodie Cariss and Chance Marshall show us that when it comes to our mental health, there are no quick fixes. Instead they set out sustainable, realistic tools that will truly support you to feel more confident, hopeful and anchored through life's ups and downs. Using a practice they call 'mental maintenance', you'll learn how to: · Embrace your real self, messy bits and all · Unpick habits and attitudes that hold you back · Navigate life's challenges with more ease and less strain · Care for your mental health proactively, before things get difficult With this book by your side, and a little curiosity and commitment, you'll soon find that you have the potential to thrive, just as you are. 'A really useful and practical guide to help you understand your mental health and how you can develop good habits to support it' - Julia Samuel
ten a.m. and four p.m.) Now, look at what is left. The unshaded areas of your yard—the spaces that are in full ... To grow food successfully in the spring, you need to learn your yard's secret hot spots to optimize growing conditions.
Author: Randy Shore
Publisher: Arsenal Pulp Press
Randy Shore's father and grandfather grew up on farms, yet he didn't even know how to grow a radish. Author of "The Green Man" column in the Vancouver Sun, he spent five years teaching himself how to grow food for his family and then how to use the resulting bounty to create imaginative and nourishing meals the year round. In Grow What You Eat, Eat What You Grow, Randy reveals the secrets to creating and maintaining a fully functioning vegetable garden, from how to make your own fertilizer to precise instructions on how best to grow specific produce; he also offers advice for those with balcony or container gardens and others who live in small urban spaces. He then shows how to showcase your bounty with delicious, nutrient-packed recipes (both vegetarian and not), including instructions on canning, pickling, and curing, proving how easy and fulfilling it is to be a self-reliant expert in your garden and your kitchen. Grow What You Eat is equal parts a cookbook, gardening book, personal journal, and passionate treatise on the art of eating and living sustainably. In his quest for self-sufficiency, improved health, and a better environment, Randy Shore resurrects an old-school way of cooking that is natural, nutritious, and delicious. Randy Shore is a food and sustainability writer for the Vancouver Sun; he is also a former restaurant cook and an avid gardener.
Chapter 6: You know that any time you do things like grow fruits and vegetables, flowers there will be some type of problems such as bugs, dogs, cats or people walking thru your garden, no matter what you do things will happen, ...