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Once Upon A Pose

Author : Freeman Donna Freeman
ISBN : 1426922205
Genre : Health & Fitness
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"Once Upon a Pose is a unique triumph! ... It's truly the first book of its kind that covers it all in a very clever way!" -Mary Kaye Chryssicas, author of I Love Yoga, Breathe: Yoga for Teens, and Yoga for Teens Card Deck Once Upon a Pose will provide parents and teachers with all they need to know to practice yoga with kids. This one-of-a-kind guide shows you step-by-step: how to teach yoga to kids ages 3-12, pose descriptions with cheerful models, breathing exercises with suggestions for asthmatics, relaxation techniques with easy to implement five minute guided imagery sessions. There is a multitude of fun yoga games and activities, and a section on yoga for special needs children. Each of the ten yoga adventure stories have French translations and take 20-40 minutes to complete, making it perfect for meeting the Daily Physical Activity requirement. Also included are 108 classroom applications for Preschool to Grade 6, along with numerous ideas to incorporate yoga into the program of studies taught in schools. In depth yet ultimately usable, Once Upon a Pose was designed for teachers, parents, and anyone interested in working with children. Doing yoga with your kids has never been easier!

Once Upon A Castle

Author : Nora Roberts
ISBN : 9781101146941
Genre : Fiction
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#1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts presents four enchanting tales of castles, spells, and happily-ever-afters... In Nora Roberts's "Spellbound," a bewitchingly beautiful lady casts a thousand-year love spell on the man of her dreams—and unleashes a nightmare that only true love can conquer. In Jill Gregory's "Castle Doom," a Gypsy's prophecy spells love when an unlikely pair join to fight the ultimate evil—and find themselves in their own battle of hearts. In Ruth Ryan Langan's "Falcon's Lair," a young American travels to England to free her father's friend from a fatal curse—and discovers a helping hand from a charming, handsome spirit. In Marianne Willman's "Dragonspell," a brave young princess sets out to save her kingdom with the help of a meddling sorceress—and wins the heart of a dashing warrior along the way.

Once Upon A Corporation

Author : Tolly Kizilos
ISBN : 9781469710655
Genre : Business & Economics
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Once Upon a Corporation: Leadership Insights from Short Stories is a set of 27 tongue-in-cheek, short fictions drawn from work lifeparodies, satires, parables, Socratic dialogues and straight storieswritten to both delight and enlighten. Readers will get the message of each story by insight and reflection, following the successes and failures of characters that perform ordinary tasks in extraordinary ways. The stories highlight some important values of leadership, including caring for others and trying to empower them; they urge taking a stand and speaking out when organizational excellence or personal dignity are at stake; and they show ways of using ones brains to prevail ethically by presenting worthwhile views with commitment and sound logic. This is a unique collection of imaginative fictions, written specifically about todays work life, and supported by thirty years of the authors organizational experience in professional, management and teaching roles. An outstanding contribution to todays business literature. Irving Weiser, Chairman and CEO, Royal Bank of Canada Dain Rauscher This is an excellent job of conveying managerial concepts in a concise manner It is easy reading and yet very instructive. Lloyd P. Johnson, Past Chairman and CEO, Norwest Corporation The stories have some outstanding lessons and insights. William W. George, Past President and CEO, Medtronic, Inc.

Once Upon A Bride

Author : Helen Lacey
ISBN : 9781460338766
Genre : Fiction
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Happily ever after…? When Gabe Vitali escapes to a fresh start in Crystal Point, Australia, the former physician isn't looking for a storybook ending. For the first time he's living in the moment. His new five-year plan does not include serious relationships. But he doesn't anticipate his unavoidable next-door neighbor…and an undeniable attraction. Bridal consultant Lauren Jakowski wants marriage. She's just sworn off love and sex! To avoid getting burned again, she's looking for safe and forever-after. But they're not Gabe's to give–for reasons he can't share with anyone, least of all this pretty complication. Gabe and Lauren don't figure on a fairy tale. But fate has other plans….

Evremonde

Author : Diana Mayer
ISBN : 9780595346202
Genre : Fiction
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When Charles Dickens's A Tale of Two Cities ends, the dying hero Sydney Carton foresees that the woman he loves will someday have a son and name it after him. Evrémonde brings that child to life, and follows the course of young Sydney as he strives to live up to his exalted name. It chronicles the harrowing escape of his parents, Charles and Lucie Darnay, from revolutionary France and their family's ongoing struggle to recover from the tragic loss of their friend Mr. Carton. Relocated to Austria, and soon enduring French occupation and the ravages of the Napoleonic wars, the family is consumed by the urgency to conceal their fugitive status and aristocratic identity. Differences arise between husband and wife, parents and children, on how best to do so. Their conflict permits the new Préfet of Police in Vienna-a troubled figure with a particular interest in their youngest daughter-to capitalize on the various weaknesses of each family member, as they succumb to their unique fears and neuroses about the past. Ultimately he is successful in rooting out the family's origin, and proves to be everything Charles Darnay has long feared his escape would come to bear.

Once Upon A Time Traveler

Author : Joshua Light
ISBN : 9781490855103
Genre : Religion
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Three brilliant scientists harness the power to fold time and visit the past and future like a common tourist. One scientist formulates a tour of Biblical events because he believes in God, but the tour is reluctantly and accidentally traveled by a scientist who does not. What will unbelieving eyes see, and how will they interpret the most significant supernatural events of all time? The tour embraces world history from the beginning of creation and into the future, where Biblical prophecy tells us that dangerous people will control the whole world, countless millions of people will evaporate, and society will plunge into darkness. What if a time traveler visited just two years into the future after the Biblical Prophetic clock has already started ticking? And then catapulted into the past, where Earth is like another planet entirely? What kind of world, and what kind of tribulation would he find? And as an unbeliever, how would he respond to it? Light deals with the issues of Biblical prophecy, recent young-earth creation, a literal and startling twist on how things were, and how things will be. Set aside the notions of being left behind, and embrace the idea of being brought along, in the circuits of Earth’s end-to-end timeline. Enter a future we’d rather forget, and a history that nobody remembers.

The Lamentable And True Tragedy Of Master Arden Of Feversham In Kent

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Once Upon A Revolution

Author : Thanassis Cambanis
ISBN : 9781451659016
Genre : History
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Award-winning journalist Thanassis Cambanis tells the “wonderfully readable and insightful” (Booklist, starred review) inside story of the 2011 Egyptian revolution. Cambanis brings to life the noble dreamers who brought Egypt to the brink of freedom, and the dark powerful forces that—for the time being—stopped them short. But he also tells a universal story of inspirational people willing to transform themselves in order to transform their society. He focuses on two pivotal leaders: One is Basem, an apolitical middle-class architect who puts his entire family in danger when he seizes the chance to improve his country. The other is Moaz, a contrarian Muslim Brother who defies his own organization to join the opposition. These revolutionaries had little more than their idealism with which to battle the secret police, the old oligarchs, and a power-hungry military determined to keep control. Basem wanted to change the system from within and became one of the only revolutionaries to win a seat in parliament. Moaz took a different course, convinced that only street pressure from youth movements could dismantle the old order. Their courageous and imperfect decisions produced an uprising with one enduring outcome: No Arab leader ever again can take the population’s consent for granted. Once Upon a Revolution is “a welcome addition to the literature on Egypt’s uprising” (Library Journal). Featuring exclusive and distinctive reporting, Thanassis Cambanis’s “fluent, intelligent, and highly informed book…convincingly explains what happened in Egypt over the last four years” (The New York Times Book Review).

Once Upon A Lily Pad

Author : Joan Sweeney
ISBN : 0811808688
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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The delightful tale of two frogs who reside in the pond at Monet's Giverny is sure to enchant even the youngest reader. Convinced that the old painter in the straw hat is painting their portraits, the frogs pose patiently season after season. The colorful pastel illustrations are accompanied by a three page gatefold that features a reproduction of one of Monet's renowned water lily paintings and a brief biography of the artist. Once Upon A Lily Pad is a fun read aloud and an enticing introduction to art.

Once Upon A Dragon

Author : Ray T
ISBN : 9781425101961
Genre : Fiction
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Once upon a Dragon is about the Dragons we all battle in life and how to slay them and survive. Be it substance abuse, sexual addictions or gang banging in today's world.

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