Who Lives Here

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Quien Vive Aqui? = Who Lives Here? : Paperback: Creative Teaching Press: 9781634456562: 01 Oct 2015

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Title: Who Lives Here? Binding: Hardcover Author: Terry, Michael Publisher: BLOOMSBURY CHILDREN'S BOOKS

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Guess with Jess: Who lives in the trees? Who lives in the Lily Pond? This title helps you to find the answers.

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Polar Animals Emperor penguins, snowy owls and beluga whales are just a few of the fascinating animals featured in their icy, polar habitat. Full description

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Many animals live in unusual places. This book helps readers to discover the interesting places where small forest animals make their homes. It includes a beaver to a fox to a robin, and a frog, children will see where these animals live and learn that whether it's in a tree, a pond, or a cave, there's no place like home.

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Asks young readers to identify which pet lives in the different pet homes, in a text with flaps that reveal the answers.

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Who's that behind the tree? Lift the flaps to find all your favourite characters from the Gruffalo. A brand new title from the My First Gruffalo pre-school and baby range. A chunky board book with sturdy flaps - perfect for small paws. Publishing alongside My First Gruffalo: Spot and Say, a first words board book with handy tabs.

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Paperback. Pub Date :2012-11-01 Pages: 24 Language: English Publisher: Walker Lift the flaps to find out who belongs where in this colourful. stylish biology book about animal habitats. Who Lives Here is one of four simple novelty titles in the Uncover and Discover series that explores aspects of animal life for very young children. Who Lives Here looks at where animals live in an enjoyable and friendly way with strong text from writer and biologist Nicola Davies accompanied by stunning artwork and simple lift-the-flap spreads.

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Lift the flaps to find out who belongs where in this colourful, stylish biology book about animal habitats. Who Lives Here? is one of four simple novelty titles in the Uncover and Discover series that explores aspects of animal life for very young children. Who Lives Here? looks at where animals live in an enjoyable and friendly way with strong text from writer and biologist Nicola Davies accompanied by stunning artwork and simple lift-the-flap spreads.

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Who's that behind the tree? Lift the flaps to find all your favourite characters from the Gruffalo. A brand new title from the My First Gruffalo pre-school and baby range. A chunky board book with sturdy flaps - perfect for small paws. Publishing alongside My First Gruffalo: Spot and Say, a first words board book with handy tabs.

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Books can change lives - and here are more than fifty powerful letters from young readers to authors revealing some of the ways that is true. Annie Schnitzer tells Elie Wiesel, "Reading your story allowed me to connect with my own history," explaining how reading his memoir deepened her understanding of her grandparents' plight during the Holocaust.

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The rain forest is home to amazing animals whose bodies are built for living among the tall trees and lush green plants. Toucans, emerald tree boas and jaguars all have special ways of finding food, staying safe and raising their young in a warm, wet tropical forest. The Who Lives Here? series looks at animals in their natural habitats - rain forests, polar regions, deserts and wetlands - and explains how the body and habits of each animal are suited to the place it lives.

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Stop Here is a 'novel in stories' that narrates the private and emotionally interconnected lives of several women who work at a Long Island diner. While Ava privately grieves the loss of her husband in the first Iraq War, Mila struggles to dissuade her 17-year-old daughter from enlisting in the second. Rosalyn works as an escort by night until love and illness conspire to disrupt the tenuous balance she has found.

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Read about the man who convinced Einstein there was a God, the newspaper publisher who brought down a president and the code-cracking genius who helped foil the Nazis, and remember the lives of those that created the extraordinary moments in our modern history. Based on the obituaries that appear in every issue of The Week, here is a book that brings together the famous and infamous figures of our generation.

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If you have lost faith or have never known it, or if you have ever wondered "What can religion offer?" here are wise and thoughtful answers. With the warmth, insight, and understanding that distinguished his phenomenal bestsellersWhen Bad Things Happen to Good People and How Good Do We Have to Be? Harold Kushner addresses a critical issue in the lives of many: a spiritual hunger that no personal success can feed.

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In their own words, the incarcerated, the formerly incarcerated, and those who love them in this moving anthology explore the complex realities of marriages and relationships lived in the long shadow of prison. Defying the frightening myths and stereotypes to which the media and society have reduced them, the people in this collection eloquently tell their own stories and speak their own truths.

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Excerpt from The Lives of Winfield Scott and Andrew Jackson The following is designed to be the commencement of a series of biographical sketches of distinguished men of the present generation. The extent to which it is carried will depend entirely on the success that attends it. There are many deserving a place in history, whose lives, nevertheless, do not furnish sufficient material for a complete book.

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Excerpt from The Lives of the British Sculptors, and Those Who Have Worked in England From the Earliest Days to Sir Francis Chantrey An attempt is here made to give a concise account of M:he lives and works of the British sculptors, and of those foreigners whose labours are chiefly identified with this country. It is a rather remarkable fact that this has never been done before.

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A collection of 173 eulogies of members and friends of First Congregational Church, Oshkosh, Wisconsin, given 1988 to 2015, by Co-pastors Ralph and Carol DiBiasio-Snyder. These portraits of the talented, caring, faithful and colorful people who were part of the church for so many years include tributes by family members and friends. They are here presented just as they were given at the funeral service.

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Alastair Luce is a dreamer, one of three who tell this tale. A Canadian expat in the 1950s, he lives in a New York City suburb with his wife, Nora, a passionate American who misses the excitement of wartime life and finds an outlet - and a lover - during the Red scare. Alastair's an artist, a quiet man who paints houses for a living, fears atomic holocaust, drinks too much and worries about his suffering child, Grace.

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Winner of the Young Minds Book Prize 2007 This book is a moving and thoughtful anthology of the experiences of thirty-one children and teenagers who have lost a parent. In their own words, children and young people of a variety of ages talk openly and honestly about losing their mother or father. They describe feelings of pain, loss and anger, the struggle to cope with the embarrassed reactions and silence of others, and the difficulties involved in rebuilding their lives.

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Here's a book for men who don't read self-help books-but who do like to look at pictures. Author Tom Prinz has written a pictorial book to help men address important issues, make better choices, enhance relationships, and improve their personal lives. He says, "A man will never be successful at improving his marriage relationship, or parenting skills, until he adequately deals with existing personal issues.

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At the end of his long and dangerous journey, Edward Lincoln encounters a lovely young blonde woman when coming ashore in Maine at the turn of the twentieth century. He falls in love with her, and with America, despite having a wife and son in Odessa, and a wife and daughter in Alsace. He has much to do here. He is a blacksmith who can make art works out of nothing.

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There is a human curiosity to know where you have come from in order to know where you are going. On the journey historical and political events shape our lives. Toomas Hendrik Ilves, President of Estonia says, It is not the depth of the crisis but rather our behaviour during the crisis that will show us who we truly are. The view from here explores below the surface of compelling family stories, of what people today do not talk about, maybe do not know enough facts to talk about, and which will be forgotten when the older generation is gone.

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What does life ask of us, and how are we to answer that summons? Are we here just to propagate the species anew? Do any of us really believe that we are here to make money and then die? Does life matter, in the end, and if so, how, and in what fashion? What guiding intelligence weaves the threads of our individual biographies? What hauntings of the invisible world invigorate, animate, and direct the multiple narratives of daily life? In Hauntings, James Hollis considers how we are all governed by the presence of invisible forms-spirits, ghosts, ancestral and parental influences, inner voices, dreams, impulses, untold stories, complexes, synchronicities, and mysteries-which move through us, and through history.

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Every person has a story to tell, but most are never told. Mundane happenings in the lives of people who are, or become, famous somehow grab our attention; perhaps we feel our lives become richer for having shared theirs. Strip away the names and the name-dropping and, arguably, that story becomes just another story. Is it, then, any more worthy than ours? These are my family stories; where we started, the paths we traveled, and what we did.

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Inner lives and social worlds are commonly viewed as separate yet equally important domains of experience. Inner lives comprise our personal, interior spaces-our selves, identities, feelings, thoughts, and motives. From this standpoint, "in here" is where we find "who we really are." Social worlds are "out there"; they are the external influences that shape who we are.

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This volume presents research on women s experiences, attitudes and perceptions, considering their work roles and in the context of their lives outside work. It explores the various choices women may opt to take, and the resources they may use, and presents options they may wish to consider over the course of their working lives. The research presented here is varied and the methods used include cross-sectional and longitudinal research, reviews of literature, as well as experiences and practical suggestions from clinical, organisational, health and occupational health psychologists, in addition to occupational safety and health practitioners.

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