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Camp Summer Read

Author : C. Kay Gooch
ISBN : 9781598844474
Genre : Education
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Provides information on creating and running a summer reading camp for children that includes book and read-aloud lists and book-based activities and planning forms.

Dyslexia 101

Author : Marianne Sunderland
ISBN : 1620305402
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J R R Tolkien S The Hobbit

Author : John Ronald Reuel Tolkien
ISBN : 0871294273
Genre : Dramatization
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Dilly S Summer Camp Diary

Author : Cynthia Copeland Lewis
ISBN : 9780761382904
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Follow nine-year-old Dilly's first Summer Camp adventure! "When I first got to Camp Dakota, I liked it about as much as I like drinking out of the toilet (not much)," writes Dilly. "Everyone in my cabin hated me, the food was all covered with cheese!! But

How To Almost Ruin Your Summer

Author : Taryn Souders
ISBN : 9781492637752
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Top Three Reasons Camp Minnehaha is The Worst 1. The spiders (wayyyy too many legs) 2. King Arthur (a rampaging goat intent on my destruction) 3. Victoria a.k.a The Diva (an evil cabin mate obsessed with French beauty products and my humiliation) Chloe McCorkle knew a summer camp where you had to learn a career was a bad idea. She tried to tell her parents, but they just had to go on vacation to Alaska and ship her off for two weeks. It's not ideal, but she's going to try to make the best of it. She might even learn some skills that will help her make money for the new bike she's been eyeing. But Chloe quickly discovers there's only one area at which she excels; she manages to get more demerits than anyone else in camp...

Children S Nature

Author : Leslie Paris
ISBN : 9780814767078
Genre : History
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Three out of four Broadway-bound musicals fail to get there, and many of those that do, ultimately fail. The Broadway Musical takes an engrossing look at the industry's successes and failures in an effort to understand the phenomenon of mass collaboration that is Broadway. The authors investigate the complicated machinery of show business from its birth around the turn of the century through its survival of the cost explosions of the 1980s. Through interviews with many of Broadway's top producers, directors, designers, actors, songwriters, lyricists, librettists, musicians, and other artists, they lead us on an intimate tour of the creative process. They also explore the roles of top executives and the reactions of critics and audiences. They conclude with a fascinating look at the inherent conflicts and tensions that have resulted in some of the most seamless and best-loved productions on Broadway. Fans of the genre as well as scholars and students of American culture will delight in this revealing insider's look at the scenes behind the scenes and the history of one of America's most popular forms of entertainment. The effort that goes into making a Broadway musical is enormous, first requiring the enthusiasm of a group of initial creative artists and then the cooperation of hundreds of talented individuals and the investment of millions of dollars before each show is ready to open. Each venture is marked perhaps more by conflict than collaboration, and the continuation of the industry seems more remarkable when it is revealed that three out of four Broadway musicals fail to break even on Broadway. What goes into the making of a successful musical? No venture can be a success without good collaboration, but whether it is good or bad in any specific case cannot be known beforehand. The Broadway Musical is an investigation into this phenomenon of collaboration and its seeming unpredictability. To gather information, Bernard Rosenberg and Ernest Harburg have interviewed many of the top producers, directors, designers, players, songwriters, lyricists, librettists, and other artists that are responsible for today's Broadway musicals. Starting with the development of the industry itself, the authors investigate the complicated machinery of show business and detail how it was able to survive the rapidly rising costs of productions in the 1980s. Proceeding to the creative aspects of the show, the authors provide an intimate look at the assembling of the musical at every level, detailing the workings of the top executives, musicians, songwriters, techne, the reaction of the critics and the audience. The book concludes with a lengthy look at the phenomenon of collaboration itself, describing the inherent conflict and tension that often adds to the production of a Broadway musical. The Broadway Musical is an engrossing look at the successes and failures of this most elaborate form of live entertainment.

Successful Summer Reading Programs For All Ages

Author : Katie Fitzgerald
ISBN : 9781442281684
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Successful Summer Reading Programs for All Ages: A Practical Guide for Librarians provides the tools necessary to put together successful summer reading programs for each of these different age groups. Key elements include: Sample program ideas for early childhood, school-age, teen, and adult readers to suit any summer reading theme Best practices for promoting summer reading to the community Troubleshooting for common difficulties associated with summer reading programs Tips and tricks for using software programs to manage registration and track readers’ progress Public librarians serving children, teens, and/or adults will find everything they need to put together a successful summer reading program in this comprehensive handbook.

Risk A Tale Of Wall Street

Author : Robert Levey
ISBN : 0999420607
Genre : Avarice
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After the mortgage bond network collapsed in 2008, Wall Street was hungry for another hot product to give it and its money-obsessed minions a needed boost in sales. No one expected an upstart, a brilliant young woman, would be the author of a new type of bond that would take Wall Street by storm. Francine Dubois, the one-time drab office cipher at Urban Bank, turns her idea into a world-wide phenomenon and herself into an international power. But she soon discovers the banks are behaving the same way they did during the mortgage crisis. Troubled, those who help her, those who try to outfox her, those who would bring her down, and those who love her will all take a wild ride before the shocking, world-wide reckoning. And when the inevitable crash comes, the public blames Francine for the collapse. Facing Wall Street with few allies, she struggles to survive while regulators search for a way to save their sinking economies. From Wall Street to Paris and beyond, "Risk" is a sweeping epic of financial madness and greed in a game played with infinitely high stakes. More than a by-the-numbers expose, it deals in lively detail with those who risk their careers, their treasure, and sometimes their very lives on the decisions they make.

Lunch Lady And The Summer Camp Shakedown

Author : Jarrett J. Krosoczka
ISBN : 9780307978622
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Lunch Lady and the Breakfast Bunch kids are looking forward to a relaxing summer vacation with no funny business. What evils could befall them at summer camp? Of course, there is the legendary swamp monster. Stories say he haunts the camp at night. But that's just a legend. Or is it? Once again, Dee, Hector, and Terrence must help Lunch Lady prevail against a secret enemy!

Camp

Author : Michael D. Eisner
ISBN : 0759513988
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Over the years, as a camper and a counselor, Disney CEO Michael Eisner absorbed the life lessons that come from sitting in the stern of a canoe or meeting around a campfire at night. With anecdotes from his time spent at Keewaydin and stories from his life in the upper echelons of American business that illustrate the camp's continued influence, Eisner creates a touching and insightful portrait of his own coming-of-age, as well as a resounding declaration of summer camp as an invaluable national institution.

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