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Grab The Kids Go

Author : Taryn Ash
ISBN : 1979342482
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GRAB THE KIDS & GO: A Practical Guide to Your Family's Gap Year is written specially for parents who long to discover the world with their kids, but are overwhelmed by seemingly insurmountable logistical, financial and emotional obstacles. It offers recommendations, advice and answers to questions, from how to design the ideal itinerary to match your budget, to how to manage fussy kids on the road, to how to have your home and pets cared for in your absence. Peppered throughout this book are anecdotes from the author's personal experiences. You will also find words of wisdom from other well-traveled parents who have made exploring the world an integral feature of their families' lives. Taryn Ash, her husband, Sam and two kids, Declan and Scout, put their comfortable lives in the U.S. on hold for several glorious months, to embark on a life-affirming tour of 12 countries on four continents. Together they camped atop a 4x4 in the Namibian desert, ate spicy cobra in Vietnam, taught English to enthusiastic youngsters in Zimbabwe, and earned blisters on their hands restoring a medieval fortress wall in southern France. They hunted for tropical shells with local children on a remote Philippine island, worked hands-on to rehabilitate monkeys and baboons in South Africa, and collected data on African wildlife for academic research. They splashed their ways through pitch-black tunnels speckled with florescent glow worms in New Zealand, practiced Buddhist chant under the tutelage of a wise monk in rural Laos, and learnt to kite board through the winds of the South China Sea. And that's not all. This book was written with the sole purpose of helping adventure-minded parents to grab the kids and go on their extended family vacation of a lifetime.
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Grab And Go Eats

Author : Katrina Jorgensen
ISBN : 9781496681065
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Kids and families are always on the run between school, sports, and extracurricular events. Time is short, spend those spare seconds wisely by creating tasty, healthy meals on the go!
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Dust

Author : Hugh Howey
ISBN : 9780544839625
Genre : Fiction
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Wool introduced the world of the silo. Shift told the story of its creation. Dust will describe its downfall.
Category: Fiction

30 Minutes A Day To A Healthy Heart

Author : Frederic J. Vagnini
ISBN : 0762107146
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Explains how to reduce one's risk of a cardiac-related illness without medicine in just thirty minutes a day with an effective, easy-to-follow health program designed to help readers reduce their weight, lower blood pressure, cut cholesterol, and stabilize insulin levels, in an approach that integrates diet, nutritional awareness, stress-reduction management, exercise, and supplements. Reissue.
Category: Health & Fitness

Mob Boss

Author : Jerry Capeci
ISBN : 9781250037435
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Reminiscent of Wiseguy, Mob Boss is a compelling biography from two prominent mob experts recounting the life and times of the first acting boss of an American Mafia family to turn government witness Alfonso "Little Al" D'Arco, the former acting boss of the Luchese organized crime family, was the highest-ranking mobster to ever turn government witness when he flipped in 1991. His decision to flip prompted many others to make the same choice, including John Gotti's top aide, Salvatore "Sammy the Bull" Gravano, and his testimony sent more than fifty mobsters to prison. In Mob Boss, award-winning news reporters Jerry Capeci and Tom Robbins team up for this unparalleled account of D'Arco's life and the New York mob scene that he embraced for four decades. Until the day he switched sides, D'Arco lived and breathed the old-school gangster lessons he learned growing up in Brooklyn and fine-tuned on the mean streets of Little Italy. But when he learned he was marked to be whacked, D'Arco quit the mob. His defection decimated his crime family and opened a window on mob secrets going back a hundred years. After speaking with D'Arco, the authors reveal unprecedented insights, exposing shocking secrets and troublesome truths about a city where a famous pizza parlor doubled as a Mafia center for multi-million-dollar heroin deals, where hit men carried out murders dressed as women, and where kidnapping a celebrity newsman's son was deemed appropriate revenge for the father's satirical novel. Capeci and Robbins spent hundreds of hours in conversation with D'Arco, and exhausted many hours more fleshing out his stories in this riveting narrative that takes readers behind the famous witness testimony for a comprehensive look at the Mafia in New York City.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Sent To Soar

Author : Rev. Dr. Stephen Poos-Benson
ISBN : 9780835631341
Genre : Self-Help
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Among books that discern people's reason for living, this one is exceptional for its interfaith perspective and clear text readily accessible to people of all backgrounds. Reverend Poos-Benson mines the wisdom of the great spiritual heroes — Jesus, Buddha, Krishna, Mohammed, Lao Tzu — to reveal a pattern in how God works in the world. He believes that God has sent us to fulfill a unique destiny; in order to find meaning in life, we must understand why we have been sent and then fulfill that purpose. Having been one of the first responders after the Columbine school shootings, he is well qualified for his focus on the thorny issue of great trauma, empowering readers to become aware of how the divine is moving through their lives in spite of tremendous suffering and evil. He also provides questions for individuals and groups to ponder, resulting in a vibrant text that leads to healing and self-transformation.
Category: Self-Help

Grab Hold Of The Wind

Author : Emory B. Tinley
ISBN : 9781477160381
Genre : Fiction
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I am currently retired from full-time work, but I am a freelance musician at this time. My early involvement into the art and culture groomed me for the involvement in writing this playbook. I have been a singer, actor, musician, songwriter, etc. I am an active senior citizen and the playbook has been my personal project. I wrote this playbook while I was working two jobs6 days and 5 nights weekly. Believe it or not, I wrote this back in 1972 and today it is very much still going on. I knew people involved whether young and old alike. I have seen the good and the bad. What I have written are the things that have gone on and still going on today, even more people involved from top to bottom. Parts of the playbook are realistic today because of others like me who are trying to reach out to save as many of our young people as possible. We are involved in youth programs so we have an edge in talking to them and to keep them aware of all the pitfalls. I hope to produce the play in our community with the youth group and others who may be interested. We want to let them know there is still hope and the younger people will have a big part to play while others like oversee their efforts. It wont be easy but we have to try to Grab Hold of the Wind.
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Outlook

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105114629087
Genre : India
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Good Kings Bad Kings

Author : Susan Nussbaum
ISBN : 9781616203368
Genre : Fiction
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This PEN/Bellwether Prize–winning novel set in a state-run facility for disabled teenagers is “saucy, brutally funny, gritty, profane, poignant and real” (The Kansas City Star). Playwright and activist Susan Nussbaum’s powerful debut novel invites us into the lives of a group of typical teenagers—alienated, funny, yearning for autonomy—except that they live in an institution for juveniles with disabilities. This unfamiliar, isolated landscape is much the same as the world outside: friendships are forged, trust is built, love affairs are kindled, and rules are broken. But those who call it home have little or no control over their fate. Good Kings Bad Kings challenges our definitions of what it means to be disabled in a story told with remarkable authenticity and in voices that resound with humor and spirit. “This is fiction at its best . . . Simply and breathtakingly honest . . . A stunning accomplishment.” —Barbara Kingsolver “Nussbaum’s dramatist skills translate powerfully into fiction as she gives voices to an infatuating cast of characters . . . This is unquestionably an authentic, galvanizing, and righteous novel.” —Booklist (starred review)
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Swamp Girl

Author : Richard Masterson
ISBN : 9781479787296
Genre : Fiction
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Ten-year-old Mary Reed is known by those closest to her to be a reflective, intelligent, sensitive, unassuming young girl who abounds in the joys of growing up in the sparsely populated rural village of Bloomville. However, those family members and friends living in the harshly challenging woodlands of the sweeping pine forests of northern Wisconsin in the mid-1940's are fully unaware of the earth-shaking secret she conceals from them. Living within a matriarchal family, Mary, youngest of three children, inherits strength, wisdom and spirit of optimism and caring from her mother and grandmother. Above all else, she gains from them an understanding of the vibrant forces held in the wilds of nature. As much at ease in exploring the bordering swampland behind her home as she is in sharing dreams and laughter with friend s and her classmates in the village 's one-room schoolhouse, Mary develops a familial kinship with the creatures of the woods. Something separates Mary from other children, a strange power within her that frightens and saddens her and will forever remain hidden. She first notices this phenomenon that makes her different in the early years. Unlike other children, she is never ill, injured, or fearful of anything. Above all, there is the matter of "the light," a weird aberration that gives her unimaginable abilities to alter physical actions of people and objects. Unable to comprehend this oddity, she conceals it out of embarrassment , wishing for it to remain her secret. In the opening chapter of the book, Mary has rescued her brother Tom and sister Sandy from an attack by a mean bully of a man, notorious throughout their rural township for cruel senseless behavior. As the story unfolds, it becomes apparent that this bully, a man named Curt Olmeyer, is following orders from the local deputy-sheriff as part of a plot to drive away the sheriffs family and take his job. Their plot begins with harassment of people and evolves into the kidnapping of a young girl. Mary’s intervention locates and saves the victim, but Mary is hesitant to tell adults what she suspects. However, her opinionated and emotional older sister Sandy shares her belief in Olmeyer's role in the crime with girlfriends of the two sisters. The girls, Peggy, Bonnie, and Sandy agree to emulate the antics of comic strip heroes and go to the Olmeyer's farm to acquire evidence to implicate him. Mary disagrees with their idea, but goes along with it to protect them if need be. Peggy arranges for the girls to be driven out to a pond for skating. The pond is located near the Olmeyer farm. Neither the parents nor Tom or "boyfriend" Herbert knows of the girls plans. While at the farm, the girls find an abused dangerous creature waiting for them and soon learn the absent Olmeyers, Curt and his innocent and abused special needs younger brother, lzzy, are away from their house , kidnapping a second child. Mary's village is shaken by the news of the separate kidnappings of two children. For one the few times in her young life, her latent magical powers are unleashed to thwart the criminals' plans to harm the children, but the confrontation with the mastermind, the sinister deputy sheriff, and his deranged, but goofy henchman brings the struggle to her front door. Intense, powerful, exciting and humorous face -offs between Mary and the culprits continue to escalate until a climatic confrontation forces the adults in the community to discover the plot of the evil doers to bum down the school building on the evening of the annual Christmas program's final rehearsal. It is at the schoolhouse where the subplots are resolved within the flurry of Mary neutralizing the criminal boss while his accomplice flees to face a fatal confrontation with his own conscience. In the ensuing days, calm settles across the village and as Christmas day draws to a close and darkness descends upon the frozen swampland bordering the Reed hom
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301 Bright Ideas For Busy Kids

Author : Silvana Clark
ISBN : 1402200501
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Offers 301 inexpensive activities for children that require little preparation and use household items.
Category: Family & Relationships

The Complete Idiot S Guide To Crafts With Kids

Author : Georgene Lockwood
ISBN : 9781101198629
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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Hundreds of budget-friendly projects include edible homemade goodies, holiday decorations, toys, musical instruments, and gifts made from wood, metal, glass, leather, clay, and found objects.
Category: Crafts & Hobbies

101 Things You Should Do Before Your Kids Leave Home

Author : David Bordon
ISBN : 9780446554541
Genre : Family & Relationships
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101 Things You Should Do Before Your Kids Leave Home is packed with ideas and advice designed to help parents prepare their children for life out in the world, while making sure that both parents and kids enjoy every precious moment. From staging a food fight to serving in a soup kitchen, from planning a "tour de neighborhood" bike race to telling family stories, some suggestions are fun, some challenging,and others practical -- but all will inspire parents with ideas for family time before their kids leave the nest.
Category: Family & Relationships

Reading Between The Lines Toward An Understanding Of Current Social Problems

Author : Amanda Konradi
ISBN : UOM:39015059137748
Genre : Political Science
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Drawing from a wide selection of current research and writings, Reading Between the Lines brings together accessible readings that examine a broad range of social problems and reflect different conceptual approaches. The text provides a conceptual framework for understanding social problems and enables an integrated race, class, and gender analysis.
Category: Political Science

When Kids Can T Read What Teachers Can Do

Author : G. Kylene Beers
ISBN : UOM:39015056232575
Genre : Education
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A guide to help teachers reach struggling readers offers practical strategies, classroom skills, and activities.
Category: Education

Castle On The Run

Author : Gay McInnes
ISBN : UCAL:$B120427
Genre : Country life
File Size : 37.7 MB
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Category: Country life

Peaceful Parent Happy Kids

Author : Laura Markham
ISBN : 9781101613627
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 76.97 MB
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A groundbreaking guide to raising responsible, capable, happy kids Based on the latest research on brain development and extensive clinical experience with parents, Dr. Laura Markham’s approach is as simple as it is effective. Her message: Fostering emotional connection with your child creates real and lasting change. When you have that vital connection, you don’t need to threaten, nag, plead, bribe—or even punish. This remarkable guide will help parents better understand their own emotions—and get them in check—so they can parent with healthy limits, empathy, and clear communication to raise a self-disciplined child. Step-by-step examples give solutions and kid-tested phrasing for parents of toddlers right through the elementary years. If you’re tired of power struggles, tantrums, and searching for the right “consequence,” look no further. You’re about to discover the practical tools you need to transform your parenting in a positive, proven way.
Category: Family & Relationships

Who Is Watching Your Child

Author : Lucy Nyagah
ISBN : 9781477162699
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Looney Tunes Coloring Book

Author : S. Carney
ISBN : 1532998813
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A great Looney tunes coloring book for kids aged 3+. An A4 100 page book with all your favourite characters. So what you waiting for kids, go grab them pencils and start coloring
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