The Glass Children

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Author: Kristina Ohlsson
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1448194164
Size: 45.85 MB
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The Glass Children by Kristina Ohlsson

Original Title: The Glass Children

Billie is forced to leave the only home she’s ever known when her mother decides they should move to a new house in a small town. Musty furniture and odd belongings fill the old, dilapidated building, the ghostly remains of its previous tenants - including two small glass figures, one boy and one girl. The neighbours and local community are hiding something, Billie can tell – a secret about the house, a secret of its past. Then Billie notices that the glass figures have moved when the house was empty. Soon after, a tiny handprint appears on a dusty table - the handprint of a small child. Billie is certain that they are being haunted. But her mother thinks Billie is making it up With the help of her new friend Aladdin, Billie desperately tries to uncover the house’s dark, tragic history . . . leading her closer to the chilling truth.

The Glass Children

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Author: Richard Cole
ISBN: 9780820308739
Size: 21.48 MB
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The Glass Children by Richard Cole

Original Title: The Glass Children

A Buddhist outlook on and appreciation of life shines through a collection of essays in which the Japanese author comments on current events, contemporary culture and thinking, ethics, and technological advances.

Shards Of Glass

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Author: Bronwyn Davies
Publisher: Hampton Press (NJ)
Size: 80.18 MB
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Shards Of Glass by Bronwyn Davies

Original Title: Shards Of Glass

"Shards of Glass looks at the processes through which gender is constituted from a poststructuralist perspective: at the usual ways knowledge is constructed in classrooms, the nature of femininities and masculinities, and the children's experience of sexuality. The author challenges us to work with children to allow them as speaking subjects to invent, invert and break old structures and speak/write into existence other ways of being. The new edition involves a refining and developing of the theoretical framework and analysis."--Cover.

Stars Are Made Of Glass

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Author: Leonie Arthur
ISBN: 9781921162428
Size: 13.46 MB
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Stars Are Made Of Glass by Leonie Arthur

Original Title: Stars Are Made Of Glass

The Early Years Learning Framework: Children are effective communicators focuses on Learning Outcome 5 of the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) for Australia and explores how children communicate and express themselves through different means and ideas whether through language, music, movement or images.The role of the educator is to expose children to a broad range of techniques through which self expression can take place, to empower children to utilise these means of communication to communicate confidently and to make sense of the world around them.Educators can provide tasks, objects and events that stimulate children to expand their communication repertoire for an increasing variety of purposes, audiences and contexts. This book will help you understand: The many ways that children communicate How children develop understandings of literacy and numeracy concepts and processes The role of arts and information and communication technologies in communication Learning environment.

Creative Ideas For Children S Worship Year C

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Author: Sarah Lenton
Publisher: Hymns Ancient and Modern Ltd
ISBN: 1848252412
Size: 78.11 MB
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Creative Ideas For Children S Worship Year C by Sarah Lenton

Original Title: Creative Ideas For Children S Worship Year C

Ask almost any priest what their biggest headache is and the answer is likely to be ‘finding with ideas for including children in worship’. Here is the answer to their prayers – a whole year’s worth of ready-to-use scripts for children’s liturgies of the Word. This resource has been developed and used in Anglican and Catholic parish churches over the last ten years by a professional educationalist, artist and experienced children’s church leader. Sixty complete worship outlines are included and they feature:ready-to-use scripts to open up the Sunday Gospel for children of all ages,activities, games, and creative ideas,reproducible artwork and cartoons,simple responsive prayers to begin and end each session,ideas for ‘back in church’ presentations to the adults by the children.The scripts and illustrations (in full colour) can be downloaded from the accompanying CD Rom.

Alice Through The Looking Glass A Children S Play

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Author: Marc Porter Zasada
ISBN: 0557748836
Size: 58.59 MB
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Alice Through The Looking Glass A Children S Play by Marc Porter Zasada

Original Title: Alice Through The Looking Glass A Children S Play

This brilliant children's theatre adaptation of Lewis Carroll's fantasy is intended for performance by kids of mixed ages-ranging from very small to twelve or fifteen years of age (you may want a child this old to play Humpty-Dumpty, who must be very wise!).Productions can be quite simple or very complex, and depending on techniques, the running time may range from 60 to 90 minutes.Scenes have been numbered and broken out for easy staging, and production tips are included.Each copy purchased includes amateur rights for one performance. For more information, please contact [email protected]

The Glass House Boys Of Pittsburgh

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Author: James L. Flannery
Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Pre
ISBN: 0822943778
Size: 44.48 MB
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The Glass House Boys Of Pittsburgh by James L. Flannery

Original Title: The Glass House Boys Of Pittsburgh

An original examination of legislative clashes over the singular issue of the glass house boys, who performed menial tasks, received low wages, and had little to say on their own behalf while toiling in glass bottle plants. Flannery reveals the many societal, economic, and political factors at work that allowed for the perpetuation of child labor in this industry and region.

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