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Graffiti Pre School Comic Book Based On A True Story

Author : Ashshahid Muhammad
ISBN : 9781483420714
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Graffiti Pre-school is a comic book based on a true story of children growing up in Memphis, Tennessee. These comics are designed to help educate children across America about drugs, gangs, guns, bullying, and jails. My experiences coming up as a little boy I learned a lot walking to school and from school. With my experiences of the streets I wanted to give back to the community to make it a safer place for the youth through street experiences. These comics are designed as blueprints to save our youth from the streets. I wanted to design a new style of comics for the world that would benefit our youth's awareness to life. Graffiti Pre-school is never designed to glorify the street life. On designing these comics I wanted to share the stories of beautiful people who have lost their dreams of life to the streets. These comics speaks for the unheard, unknown, and voiceless people throughout America. On studying these comics our youth can learn so much from these character's experiences.
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Graffiti Elementary Comics

Author : Ashshahid Muhammad
ISBN : 9781329520561
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
File Size : 70.26 MB
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Graffiti Elementary Comic Book is a continuation of Graffiti Pre-school Comic Book. Based on a true story of little children growing up in Memphis, Tennessee. These comics are designed to educate children who are being miseducated about drugs, gangs, guns, bullying, and jails. All across America studies has proven that children who comes up in poverty.Chances are less capable of surviving the life of the streets, than other children who are not in poverty. Living, studying, and researching the lifestyles of the streets. I've come to acknowledge that children's education does not start when they step into a school building. Education starts long before school is introduced. Our environment plays a big part on how our youth develops their belief system. In most situations, our youth living situations blur their vision of hope in our society. Children to this very day, do not realize that education comes from what they see, feel, and hear.
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

When I Was A Loser

Author : John McNally
ISBN : 1416539379
Genre : Literary Collections
File Size : 26.76 MB
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For Anyone Who's Ever Been a Teenager Who's teenage years weren't terrible? Remember the scary older kids? The sadistic gym teacher? The smelly kid who sat next to you in science class? Your first fumbling kiss? That time you threw up in the cafeteria? Your first attempt at putting on a condom? The period that arrived unexpectedly? That awful fight with your parents? The first time you got drunk? That note you wrote that you shouldn't have written? The day you forgot to zip your fly? That monster zit? When, you wondered, would it all end? In When I Was a Loser, John McNally, author of the novel America's Report Card, assembles twenty-five original essays--often hilarious, sometimes tenderhearted, always evocative--about defining moments of high school loserdom. Brad Land, Julianna Baggott, Owen King, Johanna Edwards, and many more fresh, talented writers explore their own angst, humiliation, heartache, and other staples of teen life. These essays perfectly capture what it was like to be in high school: to experience so many things for the first time, to assert independence while desperately trying to fit in, to feel misunderstood and unable to articulate the wild swings between heartbreak, anger, and euphoria. One writer recalls how his grandmother helped him with his home perm in preparation for the Senior Class picture; another recounts her discovery, sometime after hitting puberty, of the power she held over boys and men, while at the same time she felt herself at their mercy; a third remembers the casual cruelties visited on him by the cooler kids, and the cruelties he, in turn, inflicted on kids below him on the social ladder. Utterly candid and compulsively readable, these essays conjure up and untangle those raw and formative years. The writers cringe and laugh at the teenagers they were, but at the same time, they honor their adolescence and the way it shaped their lives. Because, in truth, beneath the layers of adult respectability, we all still carry a little bit of our teenage selves around with us.
Category: Literary Collections

Herr Tiger Wird Wild

Author : Peter Brown
ISBN : 9783641142087
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Warnung: Dieses Buch ist unerhört wild! Langweilt es dich, immer brav und anständig zu sein? Willst du frei sein und was erleben? Herr Tiger weiß genau, wie du dich fühlst! Er beschließt, wild zu werden und sein Glück zu suchen, gegen den Strom zu schwimmen und ganz er selbst zu sein. Und siehe da: Als er seine Freunde vermisst und es ihn eines Tages wieder zurück nach Hause zieht, hat sich auch das Leben dort verändert. Ein wunderschönes Bilderbuch für alle wilden Tiger da draußen!
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Look I Made A Book

Author : Nina Zaragoza
ISBN : 082046760X
Genre : Education
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What does it mean to have high expectations for five-year-old learners? In one of the author's classrooms, children are treated as authors, as world citizens, and as confident, responsible community and family contributors. Kindergartners publish their own stories and keep them on the same shelves as books from libraries and bookstores. In addition to books, these young students also produce their own plays, thank-you cards, and math problems. Zaragoza, Dwyer, and Brownie (the class mascot) invite new teachers along as they take one class of children through a month-by-month journey of authorship, literacy development, poetry, positive interaction, and imagination. This book is appropriate for both undergraduate and graduate students of education, early childhood, and teachers of English-language learners. It can also be of value to scholars of constructivist and/or critical theory.
Category: Education

School Library Journal

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ISBN : PSU:000055122306
Genre : Children's libraries
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Category: Children's libraries

The Video Source Book

Author : James M. Craddock
ISBN : 1414401000
Genre : Performing Arts
File Size : 71.50 MB
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Category: Performing Arts

Street Fonts

Author : Claudia Walde
ISBN : 3791381792
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