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A Once Upon A Time Tale

Author : Odette Beane
ISBN : 1781169063
Genre : Fantasy fiction
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In Storybrooke, Maine, Emma Swan and Mary Margaret Blanchard are friends and roommates. They're united in their mission to make life better for Henry, Emma's young son, who has been raised by Storybrooke's vicious mayor, Regina Mills. However, things are not as they seem, for all those in Storybrooke are fairy-tale characters exiled from their enchanted land by an evil curse.
Category: Fantasy fiction

Once Upon A Time

Author : Marina Warner
ISBN : 9780198718659
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Explores classical and modern fairy tales to argue that fairy tales are a mirror of human understanding and culture.
Category: Literary Criticism

Once Upon A Time

Author : Amy Weinstein
ISBN : 9781568986609
Genre : Design
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This volume uses colorful images from Victorian-era illustrated books to provide a survey of their art and the rise of children's literature. Full color plates accent descriptions which include story plot summaries and commentary of the different works. In brief introductions to each of the main genres, the author refers to each genres influences, conventions, and aims of the artists. This book contains a selection of nineteenth-and very early twentieth-century American children's book images from the collection of Ellen and Arthur Linman; the vast majorities are taken from the publications of McLoughlin Brothers in New York, which was active in juvenile publishing from 1850 to 1905.
Category: Design

Once Upon A Time

Author : Kate William
ISBN : 0553570668
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield spend the summer as au pairs for a royal family living in a beautiful European cha+a3teau, in the first part of a three-part miniseries. Original.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Once Upon A Time

Author : Omar Kureshi
ISBN : UOM:39015051444167
Genre : Journalisis
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Personal memoirs of a reputed Pakistani columnist.
Category: Journalisis

A Study Guide For Nadine Gordimer S Once Upon A Time

Author : Gale, Cengage Learning
ISBN : 9781410354648
Genre : Literary Criticism
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A Study Guide for Nadine Gordimer's "Once Upon a Time," excerpted from Gale's acclaimed Short Stories for Students. This concise study guide includes plot summary; character analysis; author biography; study questions; historical context; suggestions for further reading; and much more. For any literature project, trust Short Stories for Students for all of your research needs.
Category: Literary Criticism

Once Upon A Time

Author : Max Lüthi
ISBN : UCSC:32106007513267
Genre : Social Science
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Studies the meaning, structure, symbolism and multiple forms of such familiar tales as Sleeping Beauty, Rapunzel, and the Riddle Princess. Bibliogs
Category: Social Science

Pbs Kids Once Upon A Time

Author : Early Childhood Experts at PBS KIDS
ISBN : 9781941367438
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Once Upon a Time... is a creative storytelling kit from the early childhood experts at PBS KIDS. Gather round . . . it’s story time! Once Upon a Time. . . is packed with games, prompts, silly scenarios, and creativity-boosting illustrations to get kids as young as 3 or 4 comfortable and confident telling stories. The book is sure to jumpstart the imagination and get the whole family sharing amazing tales about a grumpy bear, a ticklish pirate, a goofy astronaut, and anyone or anything else that they can dream up. The book comes with 2 wipe-off boards. Kids can draw and erase any idea, character, or action that pops into their head! The options for creative play are endless. Research shows that storytelling is a wonderful activity for kids (and adults!) of all ages. It: *Boosts creativity *Increases focus *Sharpens memory *Enhances verbal skills *Builds confidence
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Once Upon A Time In The Twenty First Century

Author : Robin Behn
ISBN : 9780817359423
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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""Once upon a Time in the Twenty-First Century" is an innovative, inspirational, and unique creative writing textbook/handbook that fills many educational needs and gaps. Designed to appeal to a wide range of readers and writers - from teenagers to young adults, from grade nine through college and beyond - this volume of exercises is of inestimable value to students and teachers in the traditional classroom, a growing number of homeschoolers, others who are served by "distance learning," those who are part of a writing club or group, and independent writers and learners of all ages. The book is based on years of hands-on experiences in the teaching of creative writing in public high schools and after-school writing clubs. The book begins with poet Robin Behn's introduction and is followed by three writing sections: Genres and Forms; Sources and Methods; and Style and Subject. In each section, Behn offers a brief introduction to how to get started and specific ways to develop one's writing, and each introduction is then followed by extensive exercises that draw on classic literature and popular culture, ranging from Flannery O'Connor and Tennessee Williams to Elizabeth Bishop and Gertrude Stein, from Thomas Wolf and Pablo Neruda to Salman Rushdie and Arlo Guthrie. As part of Behn's layered approach to learning, she integrates within the exercises apt examples of student writings that have emerged from actual use of the exercises in both the classroom and in writing groups. The book concludes with general advice and direction on how to get published"--
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Once Upon A Time In Ghana

Author : Anna Cottrell
ISBN : 9789964701536
Genre : Fiction
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Recorded on location in the Volta Region in Ghana in 2006-07, these stories are the result of collaboration between Anna Cottrell and Agbotadua Togbi Kumassah. Agbotadua Togbi Kumassah translated the Ewe stories into English and Anna Cottrell has retold them in contemporary English for the wider European market. This edition presents the 24 stories in their original form for the Ghanian market.
Category: Fiction

Once Upon A Time In China

Author : Jeff Yang
ISBN : 0743448170
Genre : Performing Arts
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Looks at the cinematic art of mainland China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan discussing the creativity of Chinese film, and exploring the intertwined traditions of the three regions and their influence on movies.
Category: Performing Arts

Once Upon A Time In Liverpool

Author : Judith Kristen
ISBN : 0984950524
Genre :
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Four lads from a small town called Liverpool changed the face of Rock and Roll - forever. But their story is far more than one of music, it's about having dreams and making them come true, it's about the power of genuine friendship, it's about believing in yourself - and others - and living a life filled with heart, tenacity, and passion. John, Paul, George, and Ringo gave the musical world its 'Happily Ever After' and for this a billion fans are eternally grateful. But, maybe even more than that, The Beatles' story is a heartfelt reminder to each and every one of us that it's not where you start that counts...it's how you finish.
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Once Upon A Time

Author : Niki Daly
ISBN : 0711219931
Genre : Blacks
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Set in the South African Karoo, this tale of a young girl who has difficulty learning to read conveys the power and magic of a good book and the joy of having a good friend to share it with. Full color.
Category: Blacks

Once Upon A Time

Author : Charles Knight
ISBN : OXFORD:300073627
Genre : Great Britain
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Category: Great Britain

Once Upon A Time

Author : Charles Knight
ISBN : OXFORD:300073628
Genre : Great Britain
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Category: Great Britain

Once Upon A Time In Japan

Author : Japan Broadcasting Corporation NHK
ISBN : 9781462917266
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
File Size : 41.31 MB
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**Winner of the 2016 Creative Child Magazine Book of the Year Award** **Winner of the 2015 Gelett Burgess Award for Best Multicultural Book** When wily animals, everyday people and magical beings come together in a collection of Japanese fairytales, wonderful things are bound to happen! Each story is brilliantly illustrated by a different talented Japanese artist. The tales recounted here are among Japan's oldest and most beloved stories. Entertaining and filled with subtle folk wisdom, these retold stories have been shared countless times in Japanese homes and schools for generations. Like good stories from every time and place, they never grow old. Kids (and their parents!) will enjoy hearing these stories read aloud on the accompanying downloadable audio. The fairytales and classic stories in this collection include: The Wife Who Never Eats—the story of a man who learns the hard way the evils of stinginess. The Mill of the Sea—the story of how a greedy man was responsible for the saltiness of sea water. The Monkey and the Crab—the crabs teach a tricky monkey a lesson in fairness and honesty. The Magical Hood—an act of kindness reaps great rewards. Sleepyhead Taro and the Children—a story about what can be accomplished at the right time, and with the right help and the right spirit. The Fox and the Otter—how a fox pays the price of deceit and selfishness. The Gratitude of the Crane—a story about the rewards of kindness and the danger of curiosity. The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter—a girl who starts life very tiny turns out to be big in many ways.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Once Upon A Time

Author : Nancy Loewen
ISBN : 9781404853362
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Explains the steps needed to write your own fairy tales.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Once Upon A Time In Tehran

Author : Shirin Amani Azari
ISBN : 1609768000
Genre : Fiction
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In 1984, the author's father left Tehran to serve on the front line of the war zone against Iraq. In her excitement to have her grandmother stay with her, 12-year-old Shirin denies her fears about her father's safety. Her grandmother's wonderful tales offer the girl strength and insight into coping with her emotions. Family bonds also offer consolation. But life during the war is not easy. After her father's safe return, Shirin accidentally learns from him about life in the war zone and the horrific scenes he had witnessed. Struggling with her own confusion and longing for normalcy, Shirin is then told by her father that they are leaving Iran. The heartache of forever leaving behind her grandparents and extended family is overwhelming, and the child's relief in finding safety is overcome by fears of the unknown world. Her family life starts to unravel as the consequences of her father's decision become reality. Once Upon a Time in Tehran is a fictionalized memoir describing life in Tehran during the war between Iran and Iraq. The longing for a normal life in an unfamiliar world is interwoven with cultural insights, celebrations, family bonds and the facts of living in a post-revolution Iran. The author has not returned to Iran since she left in February 1985. Since then she has lived in Sweden and the United Kingdom. A counsellor/therapist, Shirin Amani Azari wrote this book so her daughter, Maya, will come to know her late great-grandmother. www.strategicpublishinggroup.com/title/OnceUponATimeInTehran.html
Category: Fiction