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Play It Safe

Author : Kristen Ashley
ISBN : 9781466064546
Genre : Fiction
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No connections. Play it safe. These were the rules Ivey lived her life by. Until she hit Mustang, Colorado, a perfectly imperfect town where the citizens were welcoming and one of them included the tall, beautiful, macho man rancher cowboy, Grayson Cody. On the run for a decade, Ivey knew she was supposed to play it safe. But she was tired of being on the run. She wanted a normal. She wanted real. She wanted a home. And she wanted Grayson Cody. And Grayson Cody wanted Ivey. No one who looked at them couldn’t see they belonged together. There was one man in this world for Ivey and one woman in this world for Grayson Cody. So they fell in love. But just as quickly as they fell together, they were betrayed and torn apart. Separated for years, Ivey was certain her life would not include her rancher cowboy. Until the town of Mustang reached out to her when Gray was in trouble. Even though she thought he broke her heart, she charged in to help. Then Gray and Ivey discovered they were betrayed and, not only that, Gray had an enemy who would stop at nothing to defeat him.

Playing It Safe

Author : Barbie Bohrman
ISBN : 1477825460
Genre : Fiction
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Julia Boyd has dated more than her share of jerks, and she's done even pretending to like them--and her sharp tongue wouldn't let her fake it anyway. Putting her dating life on hold and focusing on her event planning career is a much safer bet for this salacious blue-eyed blonde...until she meets her newest client. Organizing the opening for an art gallery should be a breeze for Julia, but gallery owner Alex Holt is becoming very distracting. Tall and muscular with enough charisma and sexy dimples to make Julia swoon (then salivate), Alex could be the perfect man. The two of them click immediately, creating enough witty banter to make her libido go into overdrive. But just before flames of passion can erupt with Alex, Julia begins planning an engagement party...and learns the groom is Aiden, the man who broke her heart years ago. When Aiden admits that he still has feelings for Julia, everything changes. Should she seek shelter in the familiarity of the past, or should she risk everything on a hot new love?

Play It Safe

Author : Mercer Mayer
ISBN : 1577685865
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Officer Bow Wow instructs Little Critter and his friends on the fundamentals of bicycle safety.

Playing It Safe

Author : Lisa B. Kamps
ISBN : 9780998195117
Genre : Fiction
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Aaron Malone knows one thing: hockey. It's been his calling and his salvation, seeing him through life's challenges--from a marriage that should have never happened and a divorce that left him gutted, to the loss of his two daughters when his ex-wife moved out of state. When a tragic accident forces him back into the role of fatherhood, he struggles to be the father his daughters need--even if he's not the parent they want. Savannah Weber has everything she wants in life: a successful career, an energetic social life, and a sexy, brooding neighbor who has a recurring part in her nighttime fantasies. What she's never had is a family of her own--and she's convinced herself she doesn't want one. When she sees Aaron struggling to balance life with his daughters, she finds herself being drawn in to help--against the wishes of the two young girls. They say that two is company and three is a crowd. Can these four come together to make a family and live happily-ever-after? Only if this single dad learns how to take a chance instead of playing it safe.

Percy Plays It Safe

Author : Stuart J. Murphy
ISBN : 9781580894524
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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After playing boisterously at the playground, Percy learns how to keep himself and his friends safe and still have a good time. Includes questions about the text and a note to parents about visual learning.

Play It Safe

Author : Cindy Chapman
ISBN : 0756505208
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Discusses how to keep safe while playing outdoors using easy-to-read text that incorporates phonics instruction and rebuses.

I Can Play It Safe

Author : Alison Feigh
ISBN : 9781575427775
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 27. 6 MB
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Here’s help for all adults who want to talk to young children about personal safety. Written by an expert in child safety, this full-color picture book teaches kids (and helps adults reinforce) seven important rules to personal safety in a nonthreatening way. It covers topics like safe versus harmful secrets, safe versus harmful touches, and the importance of having a community of trusted adults to turn to for help. Emphasizing the “check-in” rule and teaching kids to trust their gut instincts, this book gives children the knowledge and confidence they need to make smart choices about their personal safety every day.

Play It Safe

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ISBN : IND:30000096508639
Genre : Traffic safety
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Simon Says Play It Safe

Author : Regina Marscheider
ISBN : 1633935736
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Meet Simon: A cute little green character who empowers children to use their inner voice so they can safely navigate their world. In Simon Says . . . Play It Safe, Simon walks alongside Doug and Lori as they encounter some potentially unsafe situations. Simon helps Lori and Doug recognize their intuition so that they can use it to advocate for themselves and make good choices. Helping children learn about their inner voice and giving them the tools they need to describe their feelings are important skills, which are often overlooked. It is vital that children are provided this language from a young age so that they can be empowered to speak up when something is amiss. In Simon Says . . . Play It Safe, Lori and Doug are given numerous safety messages with the most important message being how to protect their own body. Join us in this exciting journey and help empower your child, too!

Playing It Safe

Author : Lisa Kloppenberg
ISBN : 081474740X
Genre : Law
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It is one of the unspoken truths of the American judicial system that courts go out of their way to avoid having to decide important and controversial issues. Even the Supreme Court from which the entire nation seeks guidance frequently engages in transparent tactics to avoid difficult, politically sensitive cases. The Court's reliance on avoidance has been inconsistent and at times politically motivated. For example, liberal New Deal Justices, responding to the activism of a conservative Court, promoted deference to Congress and the presidency to protect the Court from political pressure. Likewise, as the Warren Court recognized new constitutional rights, conservative judges and critics praised avoidance as a foundational rule of judicial restraint. And as conservative Justices have constituted the majority on the Court in recent years, many liberals and moderates have urged avoidance, for fear of disagreeable verdicts. By sharing the stories of litigants who struggled unsuccessfully to raise before the Supreme Court constitutional matters of the utmost importance from the 1970s-1990s, Playing it Safe argues that judges who fail to exercise their power in hard cases in effect abdicate their constitutional responsibility when it is needed most, and in so doing betray their commitment to neutrality. Lisa Kloppenberg demonstrates how the Court often avoids socially sensitive cases, such as those involving racial and ethnic discrimination, gender inequalities, abortion restrictions, sexual orientation discrimination, and environmental abuses. In the process, the Court ducks its responsibility to check the more politically responsive branches of government when "majority rule" pushes the boundaries of constitutional law. The Court has not used these malleable doctrines evenhandedly: it has actively shielded states from liability and national oversight, and aggressively expanded standing requirements to limit the role of federal courts.

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