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We Can Do It

Author : Laura Dwight
ISBN : 1595720332
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Five preschool children with disabilities lead full, productive, and happy lives because they believe "We Can Do It!
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

We Can Do It Too

Author : Layla Undine
ISBN : 1913179524
Genre : Psychology
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In this book of striking poetry, LU writes from all angles exactly what goes on in the mind of a young woman with a mental health diagnosis, not to mention her quirky poems that she just writes when she's bored.
Category: Psychology

Cesar Chavez

Author : Sunita Apte
ISBN : 1597160733
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Highlights the life and accomplishments of labor leader Cesar Chavez, who founded what would become the United Farm Workers labor union.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Stories Of Women In World War Ii

Author : Andrew Langley
ISBN : 9781484624463
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 60.8 MB
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More than 75 million people fought in World War II - nearly all of them men. Who was going to produce the weapons and the food, and do countless other vital jobs? The answer was women. Millions stepped forward to take on work they had rarely done before, such as fighting fires, ploughing fields and cracking codes. These are the stories of four trailblazers who achieved amazing things in difficult circumstances: Anne-Marie Walters became a secret agent in constant danger of being captured, working behind enemy lines in France. A painting of Ruby Loftus operating machinery became an iconic image of women's contribution to the war effort. By the time Nancy Love was in her early twenties, she was one of America's leading woman pilots. When ñRedî Harrington and her fellow nurses were captured by the Japanese, they set up a hospital to look after the thousands of other prisoners of war. Many of the rights women have today are down to their actions. They helped change society's image of women forever.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

We Can Do It

Author : Michael T. Gengler
ISBN : 9781948122177
Genre : Education
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This book tells of the challenges faced by white and black school administrators, teachers, parents, and students as Alachua County, Florida, moved from segregated schools to a single, unitary school system. After Brown v. Board of Education, the South’s separate white and black schools continued under lower court opinions, provided black students could choose to go to white schools. Not until 1968 did the NAACP Legal Defense Fund convince the Supreme Court to end dual school systems. Almost fifty years later, African Americans in Alachua County remain divided over that outcome. A unique study including extensive interviews, We Can Do It asks important questions, among them: How did both races, without precedent, work together to create desegregated schools? What conflicts arose, and how were they resolved (or not)? How was the community affected? And at a time when resegregation and persistent white-black achievement gaps continue to challenge public schools, what lessons can we learn from the generation that desegregated our schools?
Category: Education

We Can Do I T Too

Author : Verity Stokes
ISBN : 9781351371629
Genre : Medical
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Using computers as part of activity programmes for people with dementia. Many people feel that computers and people with dementia don't mix. However computers and other digital gadgets such as cameras and phones are part of our lives and so it is important that people with dementia engage with these IT driven activities. This book demystifies the use of computers and other information technologies and provides a multitude of ideas and case-studies demonstrating how IT can be used effectively. Using computers in a variety of ways with people with dementia is extremely rewarding and benefits individuals, staff and family members. Based on real experiences this book is designed to inspire people working in any dementia service. It discusses why this is important, the multitude of uses and the practicalities of introducing I.T. activities. Recording people's lives - digital life story books; diary making things - calendars; photo albums; reminders helping with conversations - word finding; topics communicating with friends (email; Skype, social networking/discussion forums); helping with planning - personal planning; care plans; using services. It is suitable for care workers and managers, occupational and speech language therapists, specialist activity works and volunteers working people's homes, in day care, voluntary organisations or care homes.
Category: Medical

Together We Can Do It

Author : Catherine Hapka
ISBN : 9780689867903
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Star is touring Sweden and getting along great with her opening act, Sven Studborg, but their relationship becomes strained when someone starts spreading rumors about them in the press.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

A Riveting Rosie

Author : Hannah Wai Lung Wong
ISBN : OCLC:427886978
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We Can Take It

Author : Mark Connelly
ISBN : 9781317869849
Genre : History
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`We Can Take It!' shows that the British remember the war in a peculiar way, thanks to a mix of particular images and evidence. Our memory has been shaped by material which is completely removed from historical reality. These images (including complete inventions) have combined to make a new history. The vision is mostly cosy and suits the way in which the Britons conceive of themselves: dogged, good humoured, occasionally bumbling, unified and enjoying diversity. In fact Britons load their memory towards the early part of the war (Dunkirk, Blitz, Battle of Britain) rather than when we were successful in the air or against Italy and Germany with invasions. This suits our love of being the underdog, fighting against the odds, and being in a crisis. Conversely, the periods of the war during which Britain was in the ascendant are, perversely, far more hazy in the public memory.
Category: History