Author: Ted Polhemus
Covering every tribe and subculture since 1940, this work celebrates all the style tribes, with over 200 pictures to illustrate these most colourful of lifestyles. It offers the Noughties generation a supermarket of styles: beatnik, raver, punk, grunge, goths, indie kids, grebos, technos, cyberpunks and so on.
"Reader beware--you choose the scare! GIVE YOURSELF GOOSEBUMPS! You're walking through a creepy part of town when you find a new comic shop--Milos Comics Dungeon. Dungeon is right. The place is dusty, dingy, and really dark. You can see the comics are awesome. But there’s something you can't see. Trouble. It’s waiting--for you. If you choose to go downstairs watch out for Milo the Mutant. He's got big, bad plans for you. What? You say you'd rather stay upstairs? Not such a great idea--unless you want to battle the worst villains in the history of comics! Do you have what it takes to be a superhero? The choice is yours in this scary GOOSEBUMPS adventure that's packed with over 20 super-spooky endings!
The Calvary Road
Author: Roy Hession
Publisher: Charles River Editors via PublishDrive
Chios Classics brings literature's greatest works back to life for new generations. All our books contain a linked table of contents. Roy Hession was a British Evangelist and Christian writer.One of Hession's most famous works is The Calvary Road.
Author: Trevor Kerry, Janice Tollitt
Publisher: Nelson Thornes
Exploring both the essential skills and the key issues of infant teaching, this book offers student and practising teachers a range of exercises and activities which are designed to promote their own professional development. The skills covered include coping with play, the teaching of number, pre-reading and early reading, and raising early scientific awareness. Issues in the management of learning are also discussed, such as classroom organization, making effective use of ancillary help, and the aims of a curriculum.
These games for speech and language development are easy tried-and-tested games to help develop language skills in children, including activities for listening skills, sound production, sentence formation, understanding concepts and more.
This study guide by Rev. Stephen McCary is designed to be a chapter-by-chapter open discussion of the biblical truths taught in the 2016 updated edition of Roy Hession’s classic volume on the crucified life, The Calvary Road. Stimulating questions, Scripture readings, and fill-in-the-blank exercises will help you drive the message of The Calvary Road deep into your heart and life.
Help Dink, Josh, and Ruth Rose solve mysteries from A to Z! Kids love collecting the entire alphabet and super editions! With over 8 million copies in print, the A to Z Mysteries® have been hooking chapter book readers on mysteries and reading for years. Now this classic kid favorite is back with a bright new look! P is for Panda . . . There’s panda-monium in Green Lawn! The town is building a new park for a panda and her baby. But soon, the baby is panda-napped for a million-dollar ransom. Can Dink, Josh, and Ruth Rose solve the puzzle before Green Lawn has to pay up? From the Trade Paperback edition.
This book is an actor-centred sociological study of the EU-level processes that produce gender equality policy. Based on interviews and documentary analysis, the study unpacks the process of the “Roadmap for Equality between Women and Men 2006-2010” to explain the different roles of actors in the making of EU gender equality policies. By analysing policy processes inside institutions and among institutions, the study focuses on the internal working logics in and between EU-level institutions. It highlights the shifting spaces, openings, and constraints for the development of gender equality policies. Concentrating on EU policy programmes helps shed light on the invisible aspects of EU gender equality policy-making and how this process changed regarding actors, structure and content in the late 2000s. This book will be of interest to students and scholars in the fields of EU politics, gender politics, and public policy, as well as to institutional and non-governmental actors in the area of gender politics in Europe and the working of EU politics.
Author: Helme Heine
Publisher: Paw Prints
Three friends who love to be together come to the realization that sometimes it's just not possible.
A broad shouldered and hearty Irishman is headed for a job laying track at the the end of the line. His plans are changed when trouble finds him at a railroad station somewhere on the plains.
Who Stole My House?
Author: Barbara Veit, Anna-Laura Cantone, Marianne Martens
Publisher: North South Books
A little snail slips out of her shell-house to take a bath in a dew drop, and when she is finished, she cannot find her house.
Publisher: North South Books
Shivering in the forest from the bitter cold, an orphan girl clings to a tiny lantern until the light blows out and she must beg help from a kind old owl.
There are over two thousand Steiner-Waldorf early years centers worldwide, and the number keeps on growing. What are the principles and characteristics of Waldorf kindergartens, and how can they adapt to the new challenges the twenty-first century brings? This book of articles by Waldorf experts is a valuable overview of Waldorf early years education today. It discusses the vision behind Waldorf kindergartens, as well as the increasing number of childcare facilities for the under threes, and the basics of child development. It looks in detail at contemporary practice, from daily rhythms and nutrition to singing, eurythmy, working with parents and media and technology. The contributors are experienced Waldorf teachers and educators in Germany, and include editors Marie-Luise Compani and Peter Lang, Freya Jaffke, Birgit Krohmer, Andreas Neider, Claudia McKeen, Angelika Prange, Jacqueline Walter-Baumgartner, Elisabeth Göebel, Michael Kassner, and Claudia Grah-Wittich. This is both a useful introduction for parents and an informative review for Waldorf professionals.
Peter Cottontail hops down the bunny trail bringing colored eggs, jellybeans, chocolate bunnies, and more, especially to children who do the things they should.