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How The Leopard Got His Spots

Author : Stephanie P. Gilman
ISBN : 9781684441358
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
File Size : 59.10 MB
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Read Along or Enhanced eBook: Rudyard Kipling, the best-loved creator of childhood favorites The Jungle Book and "Rikki-Tikki-Tavi," also gave us the wonderful Just So Stories. Stephanie P. Gilman breathes new life into this series, making them Just So Much Fun! Sometimes change can be good. In this retelling of Rudyard Kipling's classic tale, children will learn from the story of the leopard about the importance of accepting change and adapting to new circumstances. With captivating illustrations, this silly story will be sure to delight audiences of any age.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Validate Me How My Mom S Hoarding Kind Of Messed Me Up

Author : Melissa Patton
ISBN : 9781304957740
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 29.58 MB
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Compulsive hoarding damages house structures, threatens safety and health, drains bank accounts, and estranges a hoarder from the rest of society. It goes way beyond just saving stuff. It goes deeper than just being a pack-rat. It is a very real disorder, and it affects more than the hoarder. In this brief memoir, Melissa shares her struggles growing up as the daughter of a hoarder, her reality TV experience and the events that followed, and her journey through the therapy she did not realize she needed. "Validate Me! (How my mom's hoarding kind of messed me up.)" opens your eyes to the most important "things" that get destroyed under the piles.
Category: Self-Help

Blind Spots

Author : Melissa J. Frame
ISBN : 9780398074746
Genre : Social Science
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The purpose of this book is to understand the experiences of persons who are visually impaired, including those who are invisibly visually impaired. Through the use of a survey questionnaire and interviews and employing a cross-sectional survey design, the study examines the experiences of a large number of visually impaired respondents. The research largely examines how visual impairment affects the performance of the visually impaired "actor" in relationships and social interaction. To perform successfully, the visually impaired actor must be able to adapt to and perform competently within his or her assigned role, establish and maintain mutually satisfying relationships with other social actors, and know how to prepare for and manage the potential responses of the audience. The author employs a social performance perspective to examine how a visual impairment affects the individual's self-concept, ability to initiate and maintain satisfying relationships, and interact successfully, The appendix contains a wealth of supplementary information, including the actual survey instrument and its rationale, the theoretical model guiding the survey research, the interview procedures and protocol, and the correlation matrix. This unique text will be a valuable resource to visually impaired individuals, their families, and professionals who work with them. It also will serve as a useful text in graduate and undergraduate courses in disability issues.
Category: Social Science

Spot S Birthday Party

Author : Eric Hill
ISBN : 039924770X
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Spot plays a lively game of hide-and-seek with the animals that come to his birthday party, in a lift-the-flap book. On board pages.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Storybook Birthday Parties

Author : Cindy Dingwall
ISBN : 1579500153
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Highlight your reading program by celebrating the birthday of one or more of 30 popular children's storybook characters.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Honouring High Places

Author : Junko Tabei
ISBN : 9781771602174
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A collection of personal stories and reflections based on the memoirs of Junko Tabei, the first woman to climb Mount Everest and the Seven Summits. Honouring High Places is a compelling collection of highlights from Junko Tabei's stirring life that she considered important, inspiring and interesting to mountaineering culture. Until now, her works have been available only in Japanese, and RMB is honoured to be sharing these profound and moving stories with the English-speaking world for the first time. The collection opens on Mount Everest, where the first all-women's expedition is met with disaster but pushes on against all odds. The story then shifts to the early years of Tabei's life and reflects on her countryside childhood as a frail girl with no talent for sport, and cultural expectations that ignored her passion for mountains. With reminiscences of the early days of female climbers on Everest, the deaths of fellow mountaineers, Tabei's pursuit of Mount Tomur, a cancer diagnosis, and efforts to restore a love for nature in the surviving youth of the Fukushima earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan in 2011, this beautifully curated collection of essays captures the essence of a notable time and the strength of character of one of the 20th and 21st centuries' female mountaineering pioneers.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Blind Spots And Sight Lines

Author : Maureen Elizabeth Lauder
ISBN : MSU:31293030629467
Genre : Electronic dissertations
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Blind Spots

Author : John Domenico
ISBN : 9781432747374
Genre : Religion
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What happens when you never stop questioning what you believe? They say God works in mysterious ways. John Domenico should know. In his 50 plus years, he's embarked on a seeker's journey that has taken him from steadfast Catholicism to born-again Christianity to a unique kind of inclusive spirituality. Blind Spots: The Memoirs of a Baby Boomer on the Rocky Road towards Spiritual Awakening collects his insightful and often humorous thoughts, reflections and critiques on all of them. The result is a deliciously candid and frank book that will appeal to anyone who's ever struggled to understand his or her faith. From early on, it's clear Domenico marched to his own drummer. As a child, he learns to question his family's Catholic faith - and finds plenty of trouble from the nuns and priests in Catholic school. Subsequent to his experimentation in the 1960's and 70's, Domenico settles down and, after initial resistance, discovers Pentecostalism. But eventually he finds cracks in his latest belief system, and he sets out for what will be the most spiritually fulfilling quest of all. Interspersed are compelling asides on his personal life, as well as the politics, major events, personalities and trends that have shaped the last half-century. Throughout it all, Domenico's sensitivity and keen wit masterfully transform an ordinarily timeworn subject, that under his care, is crafted into a thought-provoking, rollicking ride that might just get you questioning your own deeply held beliefs... Reader reviews: "It made me laugh, it made me cry and it made me think so much I don't know what I believe anymore." "I loved it... I think it should be required reading for everyone on the planet." "Domenico tells his story with painful rawness. His courage is rivaled only by his masterful storytelling, revealing much of who we all are in this provocative memoir."
Category: Religion