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The Journey For Kids

Author : Brandon Bays
ISBN : 9780007155262
Genre : Child development
File Size : 84.22 MB
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Brandon Bays, author of the bestselling The Journey, now applies her remarkable technique to children to help with a range of childhood emotional issues, such as shyness, nightmares and the effects of trauma and divorce on children.The Journey For Kids is an exciting, inspiring how-to book for parents andanyone who cares about children. It offers practical tools for partnering your child in liberating their innate genius, letting their natural abilities shine and their spirits soar. With simple user-friendly techniques you can help children clear both emotional blocks and physical challenges.The book is full of inspiring real-life stories as well as two full kids' processes designed for children aged 5-12:*Eight-year-old Matthew was diagnosed with ADD. He was withdrawn, hostile and failing at school. After three Journey processes, he is now warmly affectionate and top of the class.*Eleven-year-old Emma was emotionally shut down after her parents' divorce. The Journey enabled her to forgive her parents and return to her confident, loving self.
Category: Child development

Armenian History

Author : Helen Norsigian Rowles
ISBN : 9781438941134
Genre : History
File Size : 29.96 MB
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From Thaddeus and Bartholomew through present day, this charming and informative book takes young readers on the inspirational, colorful, and challenging journey of the Armenian people.
Category: History

The Journey For Mama S Babies

Author : Melissa R. Pandolf
ISBN : 9781622875542
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 90.77 MB
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Melissa Pandolf has never been one to let a few rules stand in her way. So when she and her husband, Doug, began the adoption process, the hopeful mother-to-be had her sights set on quickly welcoming two beaming babies to make the Pandolf house a family home. However, after three years; four trips to Russia; one trip to Washington, DC; and two plane crashes that threatened to bring their dream down around them, she came to realize that a bigger destiny awaited them on the other side of the world. As the adoptive parents of four Russian siblings, the young couple from Long Island learned the true meaning of family, and what it means to go the extra mile to give your children what they need. Beginning with the first meeting with an adoption agency, The Journey for Mama's Babies chronicles the Pandolfs' three-year odyssey to bring their babies home. From her naïve initial assumptions about the process to her ultimate hard-won savvy and resolve, Pandolf shares every key aspect of the experience, including the unexpected depression that can be companion to this emotionally wrenching process. With clear-eyed candor, the author recounts the ups and downs, the unexpected twists, and the backward loops that frequently punctuated their mission. Along the way, she and her husband were also faced with heartbreaking decisions that neither had anticipated, as their dream of two children quickly grew when a larger group of siblings presented itself. At the same time, the couple also confronted the demand for an ironclad resiliency due to countless setbacks, never-ending red tape, and a constantly shifting perspective on what it truly means to be a family. Still, their challenges only began when they finally were joined together in the United States, as the Pandolfs scrambled to help their children make the transition from speaking Russian to speaking English and help them adjust to their new surroundings. Enlightening, easy to read, and arrestingly honest, The Journey for Mama's Babies will captivate anyone who has ever navigated the intricacies of the adoption process or who cares about someone who has. Both inspiring and open-eyed, this tender, telling story of a family built across oceans, languages, and every imaginable obstacle will take hold of your heart, and make you hold your loved ones closer still.
Category: Family & Relationships

The Journey Of The Noble Gnarble

Author : Daniel Errico
ISBN : 9781620877326
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
File Size : 35.73 MB
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"A little gnarble wishes to see the blue sky, so he sets off on a dangerous journey from the sea bottom to the top of the waves"--
Category: Juvenile Fiction

The Journey Of The Marmabill

Author : Daniel Errico
ISBN : 9781620877364
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
File Size : 40.92 MB
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"A little marmabill loses her home to a grumpy creature and thus sets off on a mission to find a new home--and she makes some friends along the way"--
Category: Juvenile Fiction

The Journey From The Abacus To The Smartphone Children S Modern History

Author : Baby Professor
ISBN : 9781541908772
Genre : History
File Size : 29.56 MB
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If your child can learn about the world before the smartphones, it would lead to a better understanding of how technology has helped reshape the world. This educational book will give your child the window to the previous years. There’s a lot to learn from these pages. Go ahead and grab a copy of this book today.
Category: History

Africa To America The Journey Of The Talents

Author : K.S.C. Simamane
ISBN : 9781847995803
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 62.41 MB
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It is a substantial book with a number of intriguing levels, which are testimony to the author's skill and versatility. It is a work of considerable scope and imagination, by turns, inspiring, poignant and hopeful. Although it is a fiction, there is authenticity in the attitudes it takes, and credibility in the characters, settings and situations it portrays.The characterisation of the Africa to America and the conflict created by their subjugated history coming into contact with aroused hopes and aspirations is sensitively and authentically approached. The detail, which is plentiful, brings the story alive and is well selected and intuitively observed. The plot races along without loosing its momentum, aided considerable by the structure of the novel.
Category: Fiction

A Journey For My Father S Love And Mother S Secret

Author : Kim Hug
ISBN : 9781449751708
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 54.31 MB
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When hope dies in a person, life seems over for them. This candid autobiography chronicles the story of a woman who lost hope. Her only solution was to attempt suicide, but on the night she tried to end her life, she found a miracle that would change her life forever. This book traces her journey though abandonment, sexual abuse, secrets, and paranoid psychosis, a journey that did not ultimately lead her to death but to life. She was many times lost in delusions of unreality and spent countless days in mental institutions, seeking answers to a way out of the darkness of her life. But the answer came when Jesus found her, her haunting memories were revealed, and she began to walk down a new, healing road. Here Kim Hug speaks of the power of Jesus and how he gave healing and hope to her life through many faithful people. This story was written through the inspiration of the Holy Spirit and is filled with creative pictures of memories and poetry as Kim rewalked her life over again to find the missing pieces to the puzzle of her life.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Journey

Author : Alberta Learning, Edmonton
ISBN : OCLC:1062911756
Genre :
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The journey for children who are gifted and talented can be exciting and challenging. There are so many twists and turns, detours, and confusing signs that many parents feel they need some sort of road map to guide their children on this journey. Because each child is different, there is no one road map to follow. What this handbook can offer is travelling tips that parents can use to help their children get a good start on their educational road, so they have the best opportunities possible to develop the skills and attitudes they need to live a satisfying and happy life. This handbook represents a synthesis of current research and effective practices for supporting children who are gifted and talented at home and at school. Because parents know best what makes a difference in their children's happiness and success, Alberta Learning collaborated with the Alberta Associations for Bright Children (AABC) in the development of this resource. The sample strategies in this handbook will not be effective or appropriate for all children who are gifted and talented. As parents, it is up to you to consider what will work best for your child and for your family. For those children who are extraordinarily gifted (less than one in 10,000 children), these strategies may have limited application and parents will need to search out highly individualized solutions for these children. Throughout the resource the term "gifted and talented" will be shortened to "gifted." This handbook is a compilation of information and sample strategies for parents. Information is aligned with current legislation, Alberta Learning policies and the Standards for Special Education (2003).