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Big Rain Coming

Author : Katrina Germein
ISBN : 9780618083442
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Though everyone eagerly awaits the rain, it is slow in coming.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Focus On Comprehension

Author : Louis Fidge
ISBN : 0174202946
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Focus on Comprehension offers three levels of differentiated activities designed to help children develop a wide range of comprehension skills. Already a popular solution for SATs comprehension practice, this new program follows the range of texts and objectives required by the National Literacy Strategy Framework for Teaching.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Supernatural Culture

Author : Frans Du Plessis
ISBN : 9781936554379
Genre : Religion
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Signs and wonders are not a gift but a promise to all believers. For over 40 years Frans has walked in the miraculous. His life is a stirring testimony to the power of God's supernatural provision, revelation, intervention, healing and, most of all, His loving, abiding and never failing presence, not only for himself and his family, but for many others as well. Contrary to the views of many, Frans insists, signs and wonders should be as normal for the church today as they were for the New Testament church in the days of the apostles. Miracles are not reserved for the super-spiritual, but should be the bread and butter of daily life for the ordinary believer. In a season for miracles, Frans proves his point through powerful vignettes drawn from his own life experiences and testimonies that will have you laughing, crying, shouting, praising, and worshiping in awestruck silence the God of miracles, mercy, and grace. Most importantly, Frans' stories will strengthen your faith, building up in you that confident conviction that you too can walk in the miraculous.
Category: Religion

The Eagle From A Chicken Run To The Sky

Author : Betty Sibongile Dlamini
ISBN : 9781440184437
Genre : Religion
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A must read for single, married, divorced and all people from all walks of life, as it explores the issues taken for granted in relationships. by Ellen Chizema -Leicester England. A true testimony that Christ lives, listens, provides, protects, restores, forgives, heals, Zodwa Mkhonta Wolver Hampton, England. an inspiring book worth reading. .. showing God's power in action. By Thabani Motsa Simunye, Swaziland. This is an amazing story of God's faithfulness... through it all. Your faith will be spurred on to greater heights when you read this book. by Jean Ndlovu, Leicester, England.
Category: Religion

Nelson Handwriting Developing Skills Book

Author : John Jackman
ISBN : 0748769951
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 65.48 MB
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The Developing Skills Books provide the structured progression throughout the course. Each double page spread opens with a Focus in which the main point of the lesson is clearly stated; this is then followed by Extra and Extension activities of increasing difficulty. Throughout the books pupils are encouraged to think about the writing process and assess their own work.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Multicultural Education

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ISBN : UOM:39015077213190
Genre : Multicultural education
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Category: Multicultural education


Author : Madeline Donaldson
ISBN : 9780822524922
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Introduces the continent of Australia and some of its unique characteristics.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction


Author : Bruce M. Petty
ISBN : 9781476613710
Genre : History
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The battle for Saipan is remembered as one of the bloodiest battles fought in the Pacific during World War II, and was a turning point on the road to the defeat of Japan. In this work, the survivors—including Pacific Islanders on whose land the Americans and Japanese fought their war—have the opportunity to tell their stories in their own words. The author offers an introduction to the volume and arranges the oral histories by location—Saipan, Yap and Tinian, Rota, Palau Islands, and Guam—in the first half, and by branch of service in the second half.
Category: History