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Educators around the world will agree that mixing two seemingly-unrelated subject matters will increase interest and retention. Parents will agree that bizarre trivia and food oddly have the power to lure their children away from technology. This isn't just any food though. These are recipes from the late 1800's and early 1900's. Many are from a time period before the electric stove. These recipes range from simple ingredients to some very unique ingredients, and are guaranteed not to involve a microwave. This book highlights several classic, "fairly-popular," fairy tales and verses. I've researched these fairy tales and verses and included interesting, whimsical, and downright bizarre information about their origins. I've sat in my library floor, carefully scouring through the pages of my antique cookbooks and have located the most special recipes to pair with each story. The recipes are shared with you exactly as they were originally written. Relish the idiosyncrasies that were the building blocks for modern cookery. Your children are sure to find amusement in the measurement and grammatical differences. Now, you can discuss Goldilocks from a whole new perspective while cooking porridge from a 1905 cookbook!
A family-focused guidebook to France for traveling with children ages 4 to 12. DK Eyewitness Travel: Family Guide France offers you the best things to see and do on a family vacation to Paris and the country of France. Each spread bursts with family-focused travel tips and ideas for activities that will engage children, from boat trips along the Canal du Midi in Languedoc-Roussillon to astronomy workshops at Le Pic du Midi de Bigorre in the Pyrenees to discovering the Musée du Louvre in Paris. What's inside: + Each major sight is treated as a "hub" destination, around which to plan a day. Plus, DK's custom illustrations and reconstructions of city sights give real cultural insight. + "Let off steam" suggestions and eating options around each attraction enable the entire family to recharge. + Maps outline the nearest parks, playgrounds, and public restrooms. + "Take shelter" sections suggest indoor activities for rainy days. + Language section lists essential words and phrases. + Dedicated "Kids' Corner" features include cartoons, quizzes, puzzles, games, and riddles to inform and entertain young travelers. + Listings provide family-friendly hotels and dining options. Written by travel experts and parents who understand the need to keep children entertained while enjoying family time together, DK Eyewitness Travel: Family Guide France offers child-friendly sleeping and eating options, detailed maps of main sightseeing areas, travel information, budget guidance, age-range suitability, and activities for France.
What is evil? How do we understand it in our culture? The thirteen essays in this critical volume explore the different ways in which evil is portrayed in popular culture, particularly film and novels. Iconic figures of evil are considered, as is the repeated use of classic themes within our intellectual tradition. Topics covered include serial killers in film, the Twilight series, the Harry Potter series, Star Wars, and more. Collectively, these essays suggest how vital the notion of evil is to our culture, which in turn suggest a need to reflect on what it means to value what is good.
Author : Donald Baker
ISBN : IND:32000003006642
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 52.94 MB
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This booklet examines folk tales and fairy stories derived from folk wisdom from the standpoint that they are not an escape from reality, but that they help people deal with the reality that technology cannot explain. The book focuses on the pros and cons of folk and fairy tales and on their nature and function. It also presents an analysis of a contemporary fairy tale. The book concludes with a discussion of why, when, and how to tell fairy tales and a bibliography of books for children of all ages. (HTH)