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Hopper And Wilson

Author : Maria van Lieshout
ISBN : 9781101648179
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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A playful tale about friendship and home "What," Hopper asks his little friend Wilson, "do you think it's like at the end of the world?" Hopper, the blue elephant, imagines a staircase to the moon, while Wilson, the yellow mouse, hopes for an endless supply of lemonade. So the two sail off in a boat made of paper . . . only to discover they already have everything they could wish for in each other, and at home. Maria van Lieshout's adorable new picture book tugs at heartstrings, inspires discussion, and reminds us all how good returning home can feel. Praise for HOPPER AND WILSON "...van Lieshout's story is filled with adventure, emotion, and imagery that supplies lots of effervescent warmth."--Publisher's Weekly "Winsomely ambiguous and otherworldly, this sweet, quirky story offers fantastic footholds for dizzying discussion."--Kirkus Reviews

Hopper And Wilson Fetch A Star

Author : Maria van Lieshout
ISBN : 9780698149151
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Have you ever wanted your very own star? Wouldn't it be wonderful to have your own star for a nightlight? It is this thought that begins Hopper and Wilson's second adventure. They fill their airplane with lemonade and soar into the night sky. So many stars to choose from! One is too pointy. One is too heavy. Another is too bright! Taking a break on the moon, the two friends look directly above and spot it—the perfect star! As Hopper lays down for a nap, Wilson ventures off on his own, to the dark side of the moon. Yet now he is lost! How can he find his way back to Hopper? The perfect star, of course. Wilson spots it in the sky and follows it back to his friend. In another deceptively simple story, Maria van Lieshout shows how sometimes the best part of nature is that it's found only in nature—and that everything has its proper place . . . be it stars or even best friends, who always belong together.

Women In Technology

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ISBN : 1233165038
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 75. Chapters: Ada Lovelace, Grace Hopper, Sophie Wilson, Hedy Lamarr, Grace Raymond Hebard, Women in computing, Order of Railroad Telegraphers, Henrietta Swan Leavitt, Amy Johnson, Delia Derbyshire, Elsie MacGill, Women in Technology International, Kathleen Antonelli, Robogals, Women's Trade Union League, Society of Women Engineers, Daphne Oram, Sarah Bagley, Stephanie Kwolek, Frances E. Allen, Bobbi Trout, Susan Kare, Betty Holberton, Jeri Ellsworth, Misha Mahowald, Emily Warren Roebling, Roberta Williams, Mary Lou Jepsen, JoAnn H. Morgan, Barbara Jane Liskov, Mary Engle Pennington, Harriet Williams Russell Strong, Marissa Mayer, Radia Perlman, Ola Delight Smith, Mathilde Fibiger, Karen Sparck Jones, Hertha Marks Ayrton, Shafi Goldwasser, Kate Gleason, Jean Bartik, Dana Ulery, Anita Borg, Caterina Fake, Mary Anderson, Pauline Gower, Adele Goldberg, Beulah Louise Henry, Caroline Haslett, Edith Clarke, Norwegian Association for Women's Rights, Victoria Drummond, Florence Violet McKenzie, Sarah Guppy, Louisa Margaret Dunkley, Women's Engineering Society, Constance Tipper, Mary Allen Wilkes, Jean E. Sammet, Nora Stanton Blatch Barney, Margaret Dreier Robins, Carla Meninsky, Marina Popovich, Irma Wyman, Adele Goldstine, Beatrice Hicks, Jeannette Wing, Women in engineering, Eva Tardos, Helen Blanchard, Marie Killick, Frances Spence, Mena Grabowski Trott, Carol Shaw, Ruth Teitelbaum, Gina Bianchini, Sally Floyd, Dorothy Donaldson Buchanan, Tabitha Babbitt, Marlyn Meltzer. Excerpt: Grace Raymond Hebard (July 2, 1861 - October 1936) gained prominence as a Wyoming historian, suffragist, pioneering scholar, prolific writer, political economist and noted University of Wyoming educator. Hebard's standing as a historian in part rose from her years trekking Wyoming's high plains and mountains seeking first-hand accounts of Wyoming's early pion...

Hopper En Wilson Druk 1

Author : Maria van Lieshout
ISBN : 9051162308
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Olifant Hopper en muis Wilson willen weten hoe het is aan het einde van de wereld. Ze laten hun bootje te water en gaan op weg. Het wordt een spannende reis. Prentenboek met zachtgekleurde aquarellen. Vanaf ca. 4 jaar.

Edward Hopper

Author : Gail Levin
ISBN : 0520214757
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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00 Edward Hopper's canvasses are filled with stripped-down spaces and unrelenting light, evocative landscapes, and the lonely aspects of men and women seemingly isolated in their surroundings. What kind of man had this haunting vision, and what kind of life engendered this art? No one is better qualified to answer these questions than art historian Gail Levin, author and curator of the major studies and exhibitions of Hopper's work. In this intimate biography she reveals the true nature and personality of the man himself--and of the woman who shared his life, the artist Josephine Nivison. Edward Hopper's canvasses are filled with stripped-down spaces and unrelenting light, evocative landscapes, and the lonely aspects of men and women seemingly isolated in their surroundings. What kind of man had this haunting vision, and what kind of life engendered this art? No one is better qualified to answer these questions than art historian Gail Levin, author and curator of the major studies and exhibitions of Hopper's work. In this intimate biography she reveals the true nature and personality of the man himself--and of the woman who shared his life, the artist Josephine Nivison.

Tony Wilson You Re Entitled To An Opinion But

Author : David Nolan
ISBN : 9781843582229
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Tony Wilson was the co-founder of Factory Records and The Hacienda, he kick-started the careers of Joy Division, Happy Mondays and New Order, he put the Sex Pistols on television for the first time and was the inspiration behind the film 24 Hour Party People. From his unique childhood growing up with a gay father and a domineering mother to his tragically early death in 2007 after battling the NHS for a drug that could prolong his life, David Nolan investigates the lives and times of the man they called 'Mr Manchester'. Drawing on nearly 50 interviews with musicians, DJs, writers, actors, family and friends - including Wilson's partner of 17 years Yvette Livesey. You're Entitled To An Opinion...paints a picture of a unique, driven and chaotic man whose inspiration and influence is still being felt today across the worlds of music and television.

Publications Of The Surtees Society

Author : Surtees Society
ISBN : UCAL:B3492199
Genre : Great Britain
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The Acts Of High Commission Court Within The Diocese Of Durham

Author : William Hylton Dyer Longstaffe
ISBN : UOM:39015031227237
Genre : Law reports, digests, etc
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The Publications Of The Surtees Society

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List of publications, v. 1-132, in v. 132.

Reckoning With Homelessness

Author : Kim Hopper
ISBN : 9780801471605
Genre : Social Science
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"It must be some kind of experiment or something, to see how long people can live without food, without shelter, without security."—Homeless woman in Grand Central Station Kim Hopper has dedicated his career to trying to address the problem of homelessness in the United States. In this powerful book, he draws upon his dual strengths as anthropologist and advocate to provide a deeper understanding of the roots of homelessness. He also investigates the complex attitudes brought to bear on the issue since his pioneering fieldwork with Ellen Baxter twenty years ago helped put homelessness on the public agenda. Beginning with his own introduction to the problem in New York, Hopper uses ethnography, literature, history, and activism to place homelessness into historical context and to trace the process by which homelessness came to be recognized as an issue. He tells the largely neglected story of homelessness among African Americans and vividly portrays various sites of public homelessness, such as airports. His accounts of life on the streets make for powerful reading.

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