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Camp Granny

Author : Rebecca McKeever
ISBN : 9781490714578
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Camp Granny takes place one week each summer. This year, it gets off to a bumpy start. Big storms delay five of the six cousins. Becca arrives first and discovers she has forgotten her favorite stuffed animal. She and Granny come up with a collage art project to recreate her toy friend. As the cousins eventually arrive at camp, Becca plays art teacher, and everyone makes their own art projects. Events beyond their control coupled with artistic errors allow the cousins to incorporate their own ideas along the way. Rainy days give the kids and Granny time to make several projects each. New ideas abound. Each cousins contribution to the process is shared with their parents in a parade at the end of the campa grand parade of mistakes. Eighteen sample projects make up a parade showing the progression of mishaps and their various solutions. Granny and the older cousins add shading, background, and even realism. Every artist, regardless of age or skill, will find a sample that appeals to them. Instructions are included to create your own collage picture including an animal pattern. What will you discover by making mistakes? Materials kit for making ten collage projects is available separately.
Category: Family & Relationships

Camp Granny

Author : Sharon Lovejoy
ISBN : 9780761164531
Genre : Family & Relationships
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"For green grandparents everywhere and the young lives they touch." —RICHARD LOUV, AUTHOR OF LAST CHILD IN THE WOODS Make leaf rubbings, blow jumbo bubbles, bake Moon Pizzas, create a firefly lantern. More than an activity book, CAMP GRANNY is an interactivity book, filled with 130 projects that connect grandparents and grandchildren through nature—in the kitchen, the garden, and the art room. Illustrated with evocative photographs and the author’s watercolors, CAMP GRANNY is a book about being adventurous, about being curious, about noticing and really seeing things—about instilling a lifelong sense of wonder. Please note: CAMP GRANNY was previously sold under the title Toad Cottages & Shooting Stars.
Category: Family & Relationships

My Near Death Adventures 99 True

Author : Alison DeCamp
ISBN : 9780385390460
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
File Size : 28.85 MB
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For history lovers and journal fans comes a “hilarious and heartbreaking . . . 99–100% fantastic” (A Fuse #8 Production, School Library Journal) story about a boy on a mission to find his long-lost father in the logging camps of Michigan. There are many things that 11-year-old Stanley Slater would like to have in life—most of all, a father. But what if Stan’s missing dad isn’t “dearly departed” after all? Armed with his stupendous scrapbook, full of black-and-white 19th-century advertisements and photos, Stan’s attempt to locate his long-lost hero/cowboy/outlaw dad is a near-death adventure fraught with pesky relatives, killer lumberjacks, and poisonous pies! His tale will leave readers in stitches, but not the kind that require medical attention. Praise for My Near-Death Adventures (99% True!) “A knee-slapper of a debut featuring a narrator who is rather less than 99 percent reliable but 100 percent engaging.” —Kirkus Reviews “[An] exuberant first novel.” —Publishers Weekly “Stan’s story is full of his hilarious misunderstandings and overactive imagination. Interspersed throughout are pictures and news clippings embellished with wisecrack remarks, speech bubbles, and the occasional mustache.” —Booklist From the Hardcover edition.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

But Granny

Author : John K. Finegan
ISBN : 9781438912936
Genre : Fiction
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This book provides a look through my eyes living with bipolar disorder since childhood. I believed that life was a total loss by the time I was eighteen. The pesky thoughts of suicide have been a common theme throughout most of my life. I write about my experiences often with a poetic twist. My mental illness played a significant role in my marital discord. During my military career I experienced a hostile work environment, which exacerbated my mental condition. My autobiography is a series of mental "snapshots" of the funny, happy and serene as well as the nemesis of mental disease. I hope you will enjoy the look through my eyes.
Category: Fiction

Isabel Flick

Author : Isabel Flick
ISBN : 9781741141238
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The remarkable life story of a leading Aboriginal community activist who grew up in a camp in northern NSW, and worked on health, education and other social issues across the state.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

A Diary Of The Lady

Author : Rachel Johnson
ISBN : 9780141963846
Genre : Literary Collections
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Rachel Johnson takes on the challenge of saving The Lady, Britain's oldest women's weekly, in her hilarious diary, A Diary of The Lady: My First Year and a Half as Editor. 'The whole place seemed completely bonkers: dusty, tatty, disorganized and impossibly old-fashioned, set in an age of doilies and flag-waving patriotism and jam still for tea, some sunny day.' Appointed editor of The Lady - the oldest women's weekly in the world - Rachel Johnson faced the challenge of a lifetime. For a start, how do you become an editor when you've never, well, edited? How do you turn a venerable title, full of ads for walk-in baths, during the worst recession ever? And forget doubling the circulation in a year - what on earth do you wear to work when you've spent the last fifteen years at home in sweatpants? Will Rachel save The Lady - or sink it? 'Action-packed, entertaining, marvellously indiscreet. Johnson is everything you want in a diarist and has a compulsive habit of saying the wrong thing' Sunday Times 'She's a loose cannon. All she thinks of is sex. You can't get her away from a penis' Mrs Julia Budworth, co-owner, The Lady 'A total romp, wonderfully readable, unflinchingly described' Guardian 'HYSTERICAL. For the first time, everyone is talking about The Lady for reasons other than nannies' Piers Morgan Rachel Johnson is a journalist who has written two previous novels and two volumes of diaries. The Mummy Diaries, Notting Hell, Shire Hell and A Diary of The Lady are all available now from Penguin.
Category: Literary Collections

Granny Papa

Author : Malihatkwa Gwen Therrien
ISBN : 9781304104038
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Category: Biography & Autobiography

Sugar Camp

Author : Belle Estep
ISBN : 9781609766276
Genre : Fiction
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The Ellis Family Saga begins.... On the last day of college, Cassandra Ellis receives a phone call destined to change the course of her life. Rushing to the bedside of her beloved grandfather, he reveals that she has been chosen to inherit the family's Kentucky homestead, putting her in charge of running the tobacco farm and lumber business, as well as raising the family's cattle and thoroughbred horses. What she does not know is that others exist who would do their utmost to see her fail-especially her ne'er-do-well uncle and a beautiful and cunning archrival from her past. It isn't long before trouble comes in the form of fields being set ablaze and missing foals. To carry out her grandfather's wishes, Cassie must overcome jealousy and treachery to save the Ellis homestead.
Category: Fiction

Hawken S Wife

Author : Rae Muir
ISBN : 0373290500
Genre : Fiction
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Hawken's Wife by Rae Muir released on Dec 25, 1998 is available now for purchase.
Category: Fiction

Miriam S Legacy

Author : Patricia Rantisi
ISBN : 1452089701
Genre : Fiction
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This is a historical novel about Palestine. The characters are fictitious, but the dates, locations and historical events are real. The story begins in the Shatila Refugee Camp in Lebanon in 1982, the year of the massacre. The main character is a schoolboy, Farres, to whom his great-grandmother, Miriam, hands over a string of worry beads to remind him of Palestine, just before she dies. The story then reverts to life in a village of Northern Palestine, not far from the city of Haifa, where Miriam lives as a young girl. Alternate chapters unfold the life of Miriam in the early 1900s culminating with her exile into Lebanon in 1948. At the same time it unfolds the life of Farres, growing up in a refugee camp but with dreams of becoming a doctor and of one day seeing the land of his forefathers.
Category: Fiction