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Little Humans

Author : Brandon Stanton
ISBN : 9781509834907
Genre : Photography
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When Brandon Stanton started a photography project in 2010 to capture the extraordinary in everyday New Yorkers, he didn't realize it would take off almost overnight. He now has millions of dedicated followers from all over the world who can't get enough of Humans of New York. In this heartwarming photographic picture book, Brandon's lens is trained on the littlest humans of New York - the ones who get back up when they fall, who have an impeccable taste in fashion, and who love with all their hearts. With spare text and a mix of exclusive photos and fan favourites, Little Humans is sure to appeal to fans of HONY and those who have yet to discover it.
Category: Photography

Nurturing Little Humans

Author : Jay Lilawala
ISBN : 9781644291122
Genre : Self-Help
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Being born in the year 1984 and being raised amidst a Big Fat Indian Family amongst the love and warmth of grandparents, timely and firm advice from parents, spirit of oneness from uncles-aunts and the feeling of camaraderie that is free from any distinguishes amongst the cousins, I have lived an eventful childhood in the 20th century with my family and moved in the 21st century with my growth as a human. So I have memories of both the centuries and now I am standing at the equidistant of the 21st century that connects the lifestyles of two different eras. We did not have a childhood with the hi-tech technology where we could video call a long distant relative or play online Ludo with my friends. In our times we would meet at a cousin's place over tea and samosas followed by gully cricket. Since we have been imbibed with the skills of both the centuries which has made us capable enough to embrace any challenge with open arms, it is our responsibility to help and guide the 21st century kids towards understanding the real joy of life. Let's not complicate things for them with high management fundas and rather use our simple and playful tricks of past centuries and make life and childhood more memorable for them. The correct blend of old times with the current techno world will help us Nurture a Perfect Little Human who will in future build a Nation to be proud of.
Category: Self-Help

I Keep Little Humans Alive

Author : Bw Journals
ISBN : 1702340112
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The Adventures Of Horatio Mowzl

Author : Paul Thornycroft
ISBN : 1912092689
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Pulled by a thread through a fog, Mowzl arrives in the human world from a future time. In his home world Mowzl is a real mouse; here in the human world he is a toy - but alive, with a heart and feelings. He is found by Pip and LuLu, who are grown-ups, and LuLu makes him a woolen pouch in which he can fly. He talks with wild creatures and is upset to learn that the world is being badly damaged by what humans are doing. In his home world there are no humans to be seen and the world, or ¿wild web¿, is healthy.Mowzl needs Pip to write his story to help him remember where he came from and how to get back, and Pip writes everything that happens. When Mowzl meets two children called Billy and Larky, they find that they can understand the wild talk too, but only when they are with the mouse, because of his magic. They are excited to learn from creatures about the wild web, and they want to do something to help. Billy and Larky soon get their friends involved, and they all listen to the stories that Mowzl tells. Gradually, the mystery of what happened to Mowzl before the fog is revealed.The Adventures of Horatio Mowlz is an illustrated children¿s story that reflects on the impacts human activity is having on the environment, whilst taking readers on an adventure they will not forget.
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Faith Vs Science

Author : Jerome Goddard
ISBN : 9781622870158
Genre : Religion
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This is not a book on theology, nor is it a highly technical scientific analysis. It's really just a conversation-between me and a hypothetical, non-hostile unbeliever. My purpose is to help scientific people see that religion is not just for kooks and to help religious people see that science is not just for atheists. Persons skilled in debate will quickly notice that I have utilized a variety of methods to advance my arguments such as logic, rhetoric, presentation of scientific/experimental data, and even narrative. I realize this mixture of methods is in itself a fault and sometimes appears self-contradictory. However, keep in mind that this book is written in a conversational tone. In real life conversations, people utilize a variety of methods to make their points. That's what I'm doing here-opening up a reasonable, educated conversation about God, science, and life itself in ways that work best for me. AUTHOR BIO - He received his bachelor's and master's degrees in biological science from the University of Mississippi in 1979 and 1981, and his Ph. D. degree in medical entomology from Mississippi State University in 1984. In December of 1985 he was commissioned as an officer in the U.S. Air Force and served as a medical entomologist in the Epidemiology Division of the USAF School of Aerospace Medicine, Brooks AFB, Texas, for three and a half years. In 1988 he was named Best Academic Instructor in the Residents in Aerospace Medicine Course and Company Grade Officer of the Year. For two decades, Dr. Goddard served in the capacity of State Medical Entomologist at the Mississippi Department of Health, Jackson, Mississippi, where he designed, implemented, and supervised all vector control programs relating to public health throughout the state of Mississippi. Dr. Goddard has authored or co-authored over 160 scientific publications in the field of medical entomology and is the author of Ticks and Tick-borne Diseases Affecting Military Personnel, published by the U.S. Air Force, Infectious Diseases and Arthropods, Second Edition, published by Humana Press, and Physician's Guide to Arthropods of Medical Importance, Fifth Edition, published by Taylor and Francis (CRC). In 2003, the physician's guide won an award in the British Medical Association's best medical book of the year competition. Dr. Goddard has been featured in Reader's Digest and on a series entitled Living with Bugs on the Learning Channel. In 2001, Dr. Goddard published a novel about a mosquito-borne disease outbreak entitled, The Well of Destiny, and in 2006-07, published two more novels, this time about virus behavior (Vital Forces) and unethical scientific research (Endless Present). Dr. Goddard frequently presents seminars and guest lectures nationally and internationally on Arthropods and Medicine and related topics. He is a member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the Mississippi Mosquito and Vector Control Association, and the Mississippi Entomological Association. His main research interests are the ecology and epidemiology of tick-borne diseases, but he also publishes on a wide range of medically important arthropods. Keywords - Faith, Science, Religion, Evolution, String Theory, Fossils, Prophets, God, Human, Universe, Bible, Creation
Category: Religion

Escaping The Yard The Little Adventure Of A Puppy Named Splinter

Author : John Redenius
ISBN : 9781606939857
Genre : Fiction
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Splinter is an energetic young puppy that eagerly listens to the interesting noises and voices coming from the other side of the tall, white-picket fence that surrounds her home. Curious to explore beyond her fenced-in yard, Splinter anxiously sniffs around to find a way out and bravely takes the first steps to an entirely different world filled with sights, sounds, and smells that she never dreamed of! Read about Splinter's all-day adventure meeting friendly farm animals, unusual creatures, and exploring her new surroundings in this fun and easy-to-read children's book.
Category: Fiction

Netflix And Learn

Author : Big Little Humans
ISBN : 1072955687
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The journal is perfect for keeping track of all the documentaries your child is watching. No matter if you choose homeschooling, unschooling or traditional schooling documentaries are a wonderful way to learn new things. There is a variety of documentaries available on different topics from animals to music, literature, art, history, biology, anatomy and many more. Streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video or HBO GO offer all types of documentaries and now you can keep track of all of them with the Netflix and learn journal.-100 pages for 100 documentaries-100 pages for notes on each documentaryOn each page you will find the following categories: -Documentary title-Topic-Network/ Media-View date-Personal ratin
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The Little Dolphin Gregory Anna And The Nepomuk Trick

Author : Sonja Tolevski
ISBN : 9783736884502
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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What if we learned already as children, that we feel much better about ourselves if we pay attention to our thoughts? How could we change the world and what we think about ourselves and the world? The little dolphin Gregory meets Anna, a sad girl, who is certain that no one at her new school likes her. Together, they discover how to change their world as well as their self-confidence. They use the Nepomuk-Trick, and the change begins... ...He smiled at Anna, at her delicate, small face. Doing so, he noticed that her face lit up until she almost glowed. "Thank you for saying that!" she said, "But the other kids haven't realized it yet. Or they just think I'm stupid." Gregory tried to find the right words, "I can't believe that everyone thinks you're stupid. Where I come from, unless you grew up in a school of fish, there is no way that everyone around you has the same opinion. That's really only possible in a school of fish..."
Category: Juvenile Fiction