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Spider S Web

Author : Agatha Christie
ISBN : OCLC:59677834
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Spider S Web

Author : Norman Weiss
ISBN : 9781469169705
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Category: Biography & Autobiography

Rethinking Superhero And Weapon Play

Author : Steven Popper
ISBN : 9780335247073
Genre : Psychology
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This book explores childrenOCOs war, weapon & superhero play, to highlights its impact on developing moral values & sensibilities."
Category: Psychology

Kid Tested Music Play

Author : Gayle Giese
ISBN : 0769200877
Genre : Music
File Size : 53.11 MB
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Sing, play games, clap, and march! 25 entertaining lessons and 38 CD tracks with instrumental accompaniments and vocals reinforce children's knowledge of weekly themes and holidays. Enjoy creative dramatics and movement in most lessons as well as cross-curricular activities. Folk songs and delightful originals will put smiles on children's faces. Designed for classroom or music teachers, Music Play activities may be used for teaching or performance.
Category: Music

The Little Bear Who Wanted To Play The Cello And Others

Author : Ruzanna Topchyan
ISBN : 9781491872505
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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This book is the first of a series of fables that the author is aiming to publish. Some of the fables have been read to schoolchildren, who found them interesting. The author hopes that more children will get interested in these fables and will appreciate the freedom that the fable, as a genre, can provide to the imagination. The author encourages readers to use their imagination and to create their own fables. “We are surrounded by fables. We just need to have closer look at life to identify the themes. You can create a fable yourself. Give it a try!” - Ruzanna Topchyan You are reading the first book of the author in English. The second book is coming soon.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Encouraging Positive Behaviour In The Early Years

Author : Collette Drifte
ISBN : 1412901367
Genre : Education
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By offering clear guidance and plenty of suggested strategies, Drifte provides the reader with a framework for encouraging positive behavior from all young children.
Category: Education

A Spiders Web

Author : Stormy Stewart
ISBN : 9781477110294
Genre : Fiction
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A young teen leave home under the cover of night setting out on an adventure with a man she just met. Now married and pregnant, Shes flung into a web of lies. A scorned woman fights for her old life, while his two friends want the teen gone for reasons of their own. Once on the run, the teen finds she has an ally that wants to save her, but will he make it to her in time. A man with a shady past, creates the perfect life while fighting to hold on to his mothers vision. As his lifes dream manifests, his old lover struggles to destroy it, leaving His unsuspecting teen bride in the middle. Trying to maintain power, He soon finds himself fighting his best friend to keep his lies a secret. As their life unravels the teen he married, discovers she knows nothing about this man or what things he is capable of. What drew her to this man and what secrets tie them together. Who will live and who will die as his spider web of lies unravels.
Category: Fiction

The Girl In The Spider S Web

Author : David Lagercrantz
ISBN : 9781848667778
Genre : Fiction
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THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO IS BACK WITH A UK NUMBER ONE BESTSELLER Lisbeth Salander and Mikael Blomkvist have not been in touch for some time. Then Blomkvist is contacted by renowned Swedish scientist Professor Balder. Warned that his life is in danger, but more concerned for his son's well-being, Balder wants Millennium to publish his story - and it is a terrifying one. More interesting to Blomkvist than Balder's world-leading advances in Artificial Intelligence, is his connection with a certain female superhacker. It seems that Salander, like Balder, is a target of ruthless cyber gangsters - and a violent criminal conspiracy that will very soon bring terror to the snowbound streets of Stockholm, to the Millennium team, and to Blomkvist and Salander themselves. The Girl in the Spider's Web is book four in the Millennium series. Book five, The Girl Who Takes an Eye for an Eye, was published in September 2017. The Girl Who Lived Twice - the final novel in the series by David Lagercrantz - is available to preorder now.
Category: Fiction

Spider Web

Author : Nick Fischer
ISBN : 9780252098222
Genre : Political Science
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The McCarthy-era witch hunts marked the culmination of an anticommunist crusade launched after the First World War. With Bolshevism triumphant in Russia and public discontent shaking the United States, conservatives at every level of government and business created a network dedicated to sweeping away the "spider web" of radicalism they saw threatening the nation. In this groundbreaking study, Nick Fischer shines a light on right-wing activities during the interwar period. Conservatives, eager to dispel communism's appeal to the working class, railed against a supposed Soviet-directed conspiracy composed of socialists, trade unions, peace and civil liberties groups, feminists, liberals, aliens, and Jews. Their rhetoric and power made for devastating weapons in their systematic war for control of the country against progressive causes. But, as Fischer shows, the term spider web far more accurately described the anticommunist movement than it did the makeup and operations of international communism. Fischer details how anticommunist myths and propaganda influenced mainstream politics in America, and how its ongoing efforts paved the way for the McCarthyite Fifties--and augured the conservative backlash that would one day transform American politics.
Category: Political Science