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What A Day It Was At School

Author : Jack Prelutsky
ISBN : 0060823372
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 48.19 MB
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School has never been so much fun! When your science homework eats your dog, you spend lunch dodging flying food, and your backpack weighs a thousand pounds, you know you've got a great answer to the question, “What did you do at school today?”
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

A Possum S Day At School

Author : Jamey M. Long
ISBN : 9781615660902
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
File Size : 23.33 MB
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Pencils, Pens, Erasers, and a Possum! Welcome to A Possum's Day at School! Join author Jamey M. Long as he takes an adventurous possum and his friend to their last day of school. Opie and the boy must pass their final test before summer vacation can begin. Will they earn their diplomas and get to enjoy summer vacation? Find out during A Possum's Day at School. Author Jamey Long is author of A Possum's Holiday and History series. He is a dedicated, industrious individual who is currently employed at the University of Mary Washington, George Mason University, and Northern Virginia Community College as an Operations Manager and Adjunct Instructor. He has earned a B.S. degree from George Mason University and earned a MBA from the University of Mary Washington. He remains busy as a volunteer for Junior Achievement and other activities in the Northern Virginia area. He has also worked as a teacher at Holy Cross Academy teaching technology to children in grades K-8. He has a passion to help, volunteer, and to help children learn so their dreams can be made possible. Jamey currently resides in Woodbridge, Virginia, where he enjoys time with his family and friends.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

365 Days In A Day School

Author : Navya Mehrotra
ISBN : 9781643241210
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
File Size : 57.57 MB
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A new school’s a big deal... or is it? Roberta Meadows does not know what day school is like. Things go wrong at Woodland Montaña, but sometimes, all you have to do is set them right. Follow Roberta and her classmates into a new arena full of adventures!
Category: Young Adult Fiction

A Good Day At School

Author : Kat Mulvaney
ISBN : 9781642796513
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 36.78 MB
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A Good Day at School presents life-changing tools to show parents how to help their children have a peaceful day and get them back into the activities they love. Family coach and metaphysician, Kat Mulvaney, is no stranger to the emotions children face. She has worked extensively with parents who have been told their child can no longer attend school or that their child’s out-of-control emotions are to blame for their troubling behavior. Most importantly, she has guided dozens of families out of emotional turmoil and into peace. In A Good Day at School, Kat lays out her 5 principles for parents to show them: The truth about why their child feels emotions so strongly and what they can do about it today The reason their child stands out at school or in public (it’s good news!) Tools and games their family can rely on during times of stress by using items they already own The universal laws that great minds have been using for centuries to achieve peace, clarity, and connection The superpowers we were all born with and how kids need them now, more than ever
Category: Family & Relationships

School Day Skills Grade 2

Author : Thinking Kids
ISBN : 9781483831145
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 23.93 MB
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School Day Skills for grade 2 is a comprehensive resource that offers daily activities to support learning and to help students build confidence. The book provides engaging practice with essential concepts such as grammar, addition, subtraction, place value, money, reading comprehension, and more. --School Day Skills features five lessons for each week of the school year for a total of 135 lessons. Each lesson includes standards-based practice in math and language arts to help your child improve basic skills. A great way to stay organized during the year, this book includes pages labeled by season, week, and day. While these daily lessons only take a few minutes to complete, they quickly build skills for school success.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

School Days Ii

Author : William R. King
ISBN : 9781483661483
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 88.92 MB
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SCHOOL DAYS II is the second part of an autobiography that began with School Days: Coming of Age in the Mid-20th Century (available at on-line booksellers). Although it primarily focuses on the author's personal life, it begins by describing the turmoil associated with himjoining the faculty of the University of Pittsburgh. He describes "debates" with Bill Gates, Milton Friedman, Senator Barry Goldwater and Vladimir Putin, travels around the world, several unique vacations and how his kids were able to maneuver him into getting an unwanted cat and dog and building an outdoor swimming pool in a cold-weather city. Two near-death experiences figure prominently--one involving SCUBA-diving in the Caribbean while breaking the rules of diving and one an overnight "lost-at-sea" incident in Maine. King describes himself as a pathological second-home acquirer leading him to becoming a farmer, learning to ski at an advanced age, acquiring a gas leasehold in the Marcellus Shale, sailboat, powerboat, all-terrain vehicle and snowmobile adventures and losing two homes to vandal-set fires.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

First Day Of School

Author : Manuel Fernandez
ISBN : 1462838537
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 61.66 MB
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Hang on because it's going to be a bumpy ride. “First Day Of School,” is just that. The book doesn't cover just one, but many different subjects which the average American is aware of, yet is foreign to. The information is simple, straight to the point, yet is aimed to hit at the average persons core of thinking. You will come away with a better understanding of life, politics, society in general, and most importantly, a better understanding of ones self. The journey will be bumpy, yet exciting. There are many roller coasters in this book, but don't be scared. Put your seat-belt on and experience the good, bad, and the ugly of this great country. We are not perfect, but we are entertaining. We are not afraid to speak our minds, but we do tend to ramble on. Sometimes we look at a persons faults, but we recognize our own. What am I talking about? I am talking about ”The country I love and all that comes with it.” Sit back, get your popcorn, and let's rock!!
Category: Fiction

School Days

Author : Patrick Chamoiseau
ISBN : 0803263767
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 69.93 MB
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School Days (Chemin-d’Ecole) is a captivating narrative based on Patrick Chamoiseau’s childhood in Fort-de-France, Martinique. It is a revelatory account of the colonial world that shaped one of the liveliest and most creative voices in French and Caribbean literature today. Through the eyes of the boy Chamoiseau, we meet his severe, Francophile teacher, a man intent upon banishing all remnants of Creole from his students’ speech. This domineering man is succeeded by an equally autocratic teacher, an Africanist and proponent of “Negritude.” Along the way we are also introduced to Big Bellybutton, the class scapegoat, whose tales of Creole heroes and heroines, magic, zombies, and fantastic animals provide a fertile contrast to the imported French fairy tales told in school. In prose punctuated by Creolisms and ribald humor, Chamoiseau infuses the universal terrors, joys, and disappointments of a child’s early school days with the unique experiences of a Creole boy forced to confront the dominant culture in a colonial school. School Days mixes understanding with laughter, knowledge with entertainment—in ways that will fascinate and delight readers of all ages.
Category: Fiction