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A Fly Went By

Author : Mike McClintock
ISBN : 0007224826
Genre : Animals
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A story in rhyme.

Dr Seuss S A Fly Went By

Author : Mike McClintock
ISBN : 0007433816
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Biblical Compassion

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Ethics For The Very Young

Author : Erik Kenyon
ISBN : 9781475848120
Genre : Education
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Ethics for the Very Young presents a unique fusion of Philosophy, Developmental Psychology and best practices in Early Education.


Author : Shiyozo Tokutake
ISBN : 9788582450222
Genre : Fiction
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História de um primata brasileiro, não catalogado, natural de Manacapuru, Amazonas. Se exila voluntariamente da selva amazonica para conhecer e vivenciar a sociedade dos homens, o "bicho equilibrista", como ele os chama a princípio. Algum dos leitores, poderá, descobrir nas entrelinhas, outras histórias, tal como numa noite escura de tempestade, pode-se ver, num lapso de segundos, um mundo de coisas, no exato momento em que o clarão antecede o trovoar. Uma destas histórias achadas poderá ser análoga a sua: Alguém que veio ao mundo, por curiosidade, e está segurando uma brasa viva com o intuito de reconhecer o signigicado do queimor... Phillape mora no seio da floresta amazonica, um lugar aprazível, um paraíso. Certo dia aparece um alienígina no seu hábitat. Ele era um animal bípide; uma aberração. Os colegas, apavorados, valendo-se das prerrogativas de sobrevivência, fogem sem ao menos ver a pele do estranho. A partir daquele momento, num mixto de coragem e curiosidade, eclode na cabeça do Phillape o fator responsável por uma alteração na vida dele: isolaa-se da "alma grupal" para se tornar um "alma individual". De cima de uma seringueira, tal qual um cientista etológico, estonteado, observa todos os movimentos e atitudes absurdos de um garimpeiro... Phillape conclui que precisa evoluir-se ao nível daquele bicho - modelo e prototipo a seguido.

A Fly On The Wall In The Nhl

Author : Daniel C. Bryndle
ISBN : 9781479788910
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This is the only hockey book ever written from the perspective of a professional ice skate salesman. Dan Bryndle traveled and worked in the professional hockey dressing rooms fitting pro players in the NHL. The time period this book refers to is from 1972 through 1983 and covers some of the NHL’s biggest names and greatest coaches of the time. The title of the book was formed from a conversation with a coach in the American Hockey League. The team was Adirondack Red Wings in Saratoga, New York, the farm club of the Detroit Red Wings at the time. A player on the NHL Buffalo Sabres that was known for his physical style, and enforcer role as a defense man, announced he would play the game in a mild manner. He no longer wanted to be fighting or known for his physical play. The source of this change in attitude was his new religious view on life. The Adirondack coach said to me upon news of the announcement, “I’d like to be a Fly on the Wall in that dressing room. Scottie Bowman will never put up with that he continued.” With that said I realized I was a fly on the wall in his dressing room, thus the title of this book. This book tells the personal story of a hockey life of skate sales and traveling to teams to fit the skates. It shows and talks about moments in time that changed teams fortunes, like the very first time Mike Bossy of the New York Islanders came to practice as a rookie. Or the insight of Mike Keenan as a young coach and how he motivated one of the games greats to help his team win. Written in 1994’ the book is also a tribute as well, to a family and their personal struggle with a tragedy. At it’s best this is a community book, about ice hockey, and how it affects lives, and championships.

Selected Lists Of Children S Books And Recordings

Author : American Library Association. Children's Services Division
ISBN : IND:30000109340020
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If I Could Be A Fly On The Wall

Author : Debbie Lacy
ISBN : 9783730929803
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An affluent bachelor had four unsuccessful marriages, which drove him to a pernicious boiling point, but his fifth marriage was simply perfect until she made an alarming discovery about him.

The Fly Guild

Author : Todd Shryock
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West Of 98

Author : Lynn Stegner
ISBN : 9780292739345
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What does it mean to be a westerner? With all the mythology that has grown up about the American West, is it even possible to describe "how it was, how it is, here, in the West—just that," in the words of Lynn Stegner? Starting with that challenge, Stegner and Russell Rowland invited several dozen members of the western literary tribe to write about living in the West and being a western writer in particular. West of 98 gathers sixty-six literary testimonies, in essays and poetry, from a stellar collection of writers who represent every state west of the 98th parallel—a kind of Greek chorus of the most prominent voices in western literature today, who seek to "characterize the West as each of us grew to know it, and, equally important, the West that is still becoming." In West of 98, western writers speak to the ways in which the West imprints itself on the people who live there, as well as how the people of the West create the personality of the region. The writers explore the western landscape—how it has been revered and abused across centuries—and the inescapable limitations its aridity puts on all dreams of conquest and development. They dismantle the boosterism of manifest destiny and the cowboy and mountain man ethos of every-man-for-himself, and show instead how we must create new narratives of cooperation if we are to survive in this spare and beautiful country. The writers seek to define the essence of both actual and metaphoric wilderness as they journey toward a West that might honestly be called home. A collective declaration not of our independence but of our interdependence with the land and with each other, West of 98 opens up a whole new panorama of the western experience.

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