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Raising Wise Children

Author : Mark Matlock
ISBN : 9780310296560
Genre : Religion
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Culture expert and veteran youth pastor, Mark Matlock, will help you line your family’s story up with God’s story in the world around you, helping you raise wise children who have the character, values, and mission that allows them to go out into the real world and live out a real faith. The Raising Wise Children ebook explores such issues as: • Helping your child make decisions • The importance of failure • Knowing God’s story for your family • Changing the story your family is in • The pursuit of wisdom, and much more God has placed us here to interact with and represent him to the world by engaging with the culture—not retreating from it. Rather than trying to isolate your children from the world or draw lines that keep them from truly engaging in the world God calls us to help and heal, you can learn how to lead your family towards an integrated life where your story and God’s story come together to make a difference in the world around you.
Category: Religion

Too Many Tails A Book For Wise Children And The Adults In The Room

Author : Dr. Peter J. Swartz
ISBN : 9781456631680
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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This work explores the difficult dilemma faced by our closest allies: our dogs. It suggests that with compassion and understanding, a better outcome is available. Often lighthearted, children will have an opportunity to open their minds to the scope of the problem. All readers will recognize the pain of separateness and the power of connection.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Wise Children

Author : Angela Carter
ISBN : 9781409022442
Genre : Fiction
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WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY ALI SMITH A richly comic tale of the tangled fortunes of two theatrical families, the Hazards and the Chances, Angela Carter's witty and bawdy novel is populated with as many sets of twins, and mistaken identities as any Shakespeare comedy, and celebrates the magic of over a century of show business.
Category: Fiction

The Wise Child

Author : Jessie Irene Fernandes
ISBN : 9780595465460
Genre : Fiction
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Set in suburban Long Island, N.Y., from 1950 to1983, Kitty Erikson's obsession with motherhood nearly fractures three marriages. After twenty-five marvelous years together, the Eriksons and the Bergmans rejoice in the marriage of their children, Dan Erikson to Michelle Bergman. Their idyll is shattered when the birth of their granddaughter, Jenny, forces Kitty to reveal a secret that ruptures the unity of the two families. The story of the Eriksons and the Bergman examines the human condition, with all our strengths and weaknesses plus the ability to carry on when there seems to be nowhere to go. Through the power of forgiveness, out of two deaths, love can be resurrected and transformed.
Category: Fiction

The Wise Child

Author : Jessica Stirling
ISBN : 9781444744811
Genre : Fiction
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The third poignant novel in The Nicholson Quartet revisits a family divided by pride and weakened by poverty in turn-of-the-century Glasgow. Dedicated to holding their marriage together for the sake of their crippled son, both Kirsty and Craig Nicholson are forced to sacrifice the lovers they have previously found escape in. And for a time all seems well... until Kirsty seizes an opportunity to buy a small shop and makes a roaring success of her new career. Lonely and rejected, Craig continually seeks ways to gain the upper hand on his wife and her partners until only a brittle band of conscience stands between them and ruin.
Category: Fiction

Wise Children

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ISBN : 1906147345
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Two Wise Children

Author : Robert Graves
ISBN : 162323624X
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Bill's friend Avis is careful not to perform any magic tricks while grownups are around, until the day Bill needs his life saved.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

The Wise Children

Author : Christine Weston
ISBN : UOM:39015059420193
Genre : English fiction
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Category: English fiction

Telling Histories

Author : Susana Onega
ISBN : 9051837542
Genre : History
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Team research project (undertaken at Zaragoza University ), designed to explore the origins and development of contemporary, historiographic metafiction in Britain.
Category: History


Author : Reuben Bredenhof
ISBN : 9781532653469
Genre : Religion
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How can we find our way through the complexities of life in the twenty-first century? Many Christians are familiar with the pointed directives of the Ten Commandments, and many will regularly read Proverbs for bite-sized pieces of God’s wisdom. When we study Proverbs within the framework of the Ten Commandments, we hear both parts of God’s Word speaking in ways that are refreshingly practical and eminently memorable. Wise shows how these ancient words relate to such diverse areas of life as worship and prayer, our words and money, marriage and sexuality, and our fears, loves, and desires. This book will instruct and encourage with the wisdom that comes from fearing God.
Category: Religion

Children S Emotional Lives

Author : Sandra Leanne Bosacki
ISBN : 0820488968
Genre : Education
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Drawing on evidence from a longitudinal study of Canadian children's emotional experiences within the grade-school classroom, this book considers the nature and significance of such experiences for children's development and well-being. Within the learning context of the classroom, the girls and boys share their experiences of self, emotional understandings, and social relations through interviews and social cognitive tasks. The chapters provide scholarly analysis and practical information for those who agree that emotions are paramount to children's comprehensive development. The book concludes by describing the practical implications and applications of its findings for parents, teachers, and caretakers of children, including how to help children learn about and negotiate emotions in themselves and in their interactions with others.
Category: Education

The Blessed Family

Author : Matthew Bullen
ISBN : 9780595371211
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Have you ever wondered how to build a happy, Christ centered family? Do you long for peace and harmony in your home? Does your heart desire to build a family that brings glory to God? Would you like to opt out of the rebellious and destructive youth culture and raise joyful, godly young people? Can you envision future generations of your family walking faithfully with the Lord and do you wonder how you can prepare your children for such a legacy? In The Blessed Family, the Bullen's delve into God's Word to reveal a plan for families and to share how timeless principles found there can help you to build a home that is a little piece of heaven on earth.
Category: Family & Relationships

10 Wise And Wonderful Stories For Children

Author : M. Valerie Schneider
ISBN : 1585956147
Genre : Activity programs in education
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Through a winning combination of Scripture stories and original age-appropriate fictional stories, Story Lessons for Childen offers catechists and teachers an ideal way to weave gospel values with seasonal celebrations. Each lesson includes an Introduction with background information about the feast, a Scripture Reading followed by questions for discussion, a Meditation that helps children enter the Scripture story in a personal way, an Original Story with questions and responses, and Suggested Activities that help children integrate the Scripture message with the story.
Category: Activity programs in education

Intimacy And Identity In The Postmodern Novel

Author : Emilija Dimitrijevic
ISBN : 3039110314
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This book focuses on the themes of intimacy and identity in the contemporary novel and, in particular, in the novels of A. S. Byatt, Angela Carter and Jeanette Winterson. Not only do the specificity of the contemporary social context and a growing awareness of the relational nature of the concepts of intimacy and identity set these novels apart from earlier writing that take these issues more for granted. Their very concern with the themes of intimacy and identity also sets them apart from much postmodernist, or mannerist, writing that chooses to cold-shoulder these arguments. The study draws on work by contemporary social theorists and philosophers, and aims to examine issues which, although central to the writing of these authors, have been neglected or treated superficially in literary criticism. Finally, it looks into the ways in which the new approaches to the question of intimacy and identity relate and contribute to contemporary debates on the postmodern novel.
Category: Literary Criticism