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The Gentle Art Of Horseback Riding

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ISBN : 1450488013
Genre : Horsemanship
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Step-by-step lessons teach riders of all ages basics, including developing a good relationship with the horse, mounting and riding, and progresses to more advanced skills, including jumps.

The Gentle Art Of Horseback Riding

Author : Gincy Self Bucklin
ISBN : 9781492581765
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Horseback riding is one of the world’s most popular activities. Much has been written about the various styles, techniques, and competitive events in the sport. But all too often resources, authors, and even instructors neglect the most important and unique aspect of riding: the relationship between rider and horse. In The Gentle Art of Horseback Riding, Gincy Self Bucklin shares her horse-friendly approach for developing comfortable, competent riders. Its step-by-step lesson format makes it an excellent resource for those who teach riding to others. Whether you are just beginning or have ridden before, Bucklin’s methods can improve your skills and make you a better, more confident rider. Inside The Gentle Art of Horseback Riding, you’ll learn that the key to success at every level is understanding your horse and how to relate to him physically, mentally, and emotionally. This will help you advance more quickly, feel more confident, and have more fun. You’ll also discover much, much more: • The seven steps for dealing with fear-related stress • Interpreting your horse’s behavior and body language • Saddling up, riding in half-seat positions, and using the reins • Basic movements, including walk, trot, canter, turns, and transitions • More advanced trotting, cantering, galloping, hill work, and fence jumping skills Whether you have a serious or casual interest in the sport as a whole or just one of its many disciplines, The Gentle Art of Horseback Riding is a must-read. Insightful and fascinating, it will enhance the riding experience for you and your horse.

Wise Parent Healthy Child A Practical Guide To The Gentle Art Of Childrearing

Author : Maria R. Burgio, PhD
ISBN : 9781483400792
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Today’s headlines about the actions of twenty-first-century children tell us that they are in distress. Unusual behaviors surface as disobedience, failure to learn, anxiety about socializing, excessive excitability, and inability to follow directions. What can parents do? In this guide, Dr. Maria R. Burgio reminds parents that while many behavior problems are part of growing up, they must distinguish between normal behaviors and those that require help. She explains how children normally develop from infancy through adolescence and provides worksheets for tracking behaviors and identifying problems outside the normal range. Dr. Burgio also identifies the special challenges of parenting twenty-first-century children, discussing topics such as sexual activity and substance abuse in children and adolescents, as well as how social media can effect social development. As a twenty-first-century parent, you must get the information you need, for a wise parent is the key to a healthy child.

The Human Division 12 The Gentle Art Of Cracking Heads

Author : John Scalzi
ISBN : 9781466830615
Genre : Fiction
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The twelfth episode of The Human Division, John Scalzi's new thirteen-episode novel in the world of his bestselling Old Man's War. Beginning on January 15, 2013, a new episode of The Human Division will appear in e-book form every Tuesday. United States Diplomat Danielle Lowen was there when one of her fellow diplomats committed an unthinkable act, which had consequences for the entire planet. Now she's trying to figure out how it happened before it can happen again. Putting the puzzle pieces together could solve the mystery—or it could threaten her own life. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

2014 Guide To Literary Agents

Author : Chuck Sambuchino
ISBN : 9781599637464
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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The best resource available for finding a literary agent! No matter what you're writing--fiction or nonfiction, books for kids or adults--you need a literary agent to secure a book deal. The 2014 Guide to Literary Agents is your essential resource for finding that literary agent--without fear of being scammed--and getting your book published. Along with listing information for more than 1,000 literary agents who represent writers and their work, this new, updated edition of GLA includes: • "New Agent Spotlights"--calling out literary reps actively building lists right now. • "How I Got My Agent" success stories from writers who describe their paths from aspiring author to published success. • Informative articles on query letters, synopsis writing, voice and craft, author platform, nonfiction book proposals, researching agents, and more. • Includes "Ask the Agent" profiles of individual literary agents who are currently seeking writers.

The Gentle Art Of Tramping

Author : Stephen Graham
ISBN : 9781448217250
Genre : Travel
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'An absolute gem of a book' Alastair Humphreys Know how to tramp and you know how to live. Know how to meet your fellow-wanderer, how to be passive to the beauty of nature and how to be active to its wildness and its rigour. The tramp is a friend of society; a seeker, they pay their way if they can. One includes in the category 'tramp' all true Bohemians, pilgrims, explorers afoot, walking tourists, and the like. Tramping is a way of approach, to nature, to your fellow man, to a nation, to beauty, to life itself. It is a gentle art and there is much to learn; illusions to overcome, prejudices and habits to be shaken off. The adventure is not the getting there, it is the on-the-way. It is not the expected; it is the surprise; not the fulfilment of prophecy but the providence of something better than prophesied. Originally published in 1926, The Gentle Art of Tramping is a guide for anyone who has dreamed of taking to the road with nothing more than a bag full of essentials and big ideas. It gives guidance on walking, being open to discovery and being kind - advice as relevant now as it was then.

The Horse Show Monthly

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ISBN : MSU:31293029823451
Genre : Horses
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The Gentleman S Dictionary

Author : Guillet (sieur.)
ISBN : NYPL:33433008512851
Genre : Coaching (Transportation)
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The Langley Boy

Author : Charles Tyrie
ISBN : 9781467017718
Genre : Fiction
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Surviving the might of the Luftwaffes attacks on Hawkers aerodrome and the doodlebug flying bombs, the Langley Boy is an eyewitness account of a working class boy, growing up in the rural village of Langley, Buckinghamshire, during the period of wartime austerity and rationing until the more prosperous Rock n Roll years. It is a boys own story of gang warfare, trolley racing and escapades in an adventure playground of a rubbish dump, a surplus army vehicle compound, the Grand Union canal, a gravel pit, cherry orchards and open meadowland. On a more sombre note, it deals with the tug-of-war relationship with his parents, their jealousies, harshness, love and affection. It provides a perspective on the strict teaching regimes at Langley primary and junior schools and the overpowering influence of the dreaded 11+ examination. It describes family weddings with aunts dressed in flamboyant hats, and annual family holidays on the beach at Jaywick Sands and Llandudno. It recalls the memorable Saturday morning trips to the Granada cinema to see Roy Rogers, Laurel and Hardy and the delights of boys comics, and it relives the thrills and spills at Pelhams fair and Langley fete, festive bonfire night celebrations, the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth the 2nd and the advent of television. The painful voyage from boyhood to manhood takes place at Slough Grammar School for Boys, marked by the struggle to master the sciences with ultimate academic and sporting success in the sixth form. It covers the social impact of the Teddy boy era, the influence of the church, the advent of pop music with Bill Haley and Lonnie Donegan and life behind the bar at the North Star public house in Slough. In short, the book is about a boys determination to escape from his roots.

The Gentle Art Of Columning

Author : Charles Leroy Edson
ISBN : UOM:39015008914122
Genre : Digital images
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The New Yorker

Author : Harold Wallace Ross
ISBN : NWU:35556017248378
Genre : Literature
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Saddle And Mocassin

Author : Francis Francis
ISBN : HARVARD:HWHH5L
Genre : Chihuahua (Mexico : State)
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Describes various trips in the United States and Northern Mexico: Animas Valley, N.M.; Northern Mexico; Yellowstone; Sierras; Sonora, N.M.; Winchester Water Meads; Pend d'Oreille Lake, Idaho.

The Tahara Boy Adventurer Megapack R The Complete 4 Book Series

Author : Harold Sherman
ISBN : 9781479406036
Genre : Fiction
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Harold Morrow Sherman (1898-1987) was most famous as a psychic researcher and New Thought author. His book "Your Key to Happiness" (1935) has been reprinted numerous times. But Sherman also had a career as an author of children's books, so it should come as no surprise that in the Tahara series, he blended classic New Thought elements such as mentalism, spiritualism, and the supernatural with exciting adventure stories aimed at young boys. The mix works well for the globe-trotting young heroes, and their exciting adventures around the world hold up well today. Included in this volume are all 4 novels in the Tahara series: TAHARA AMONG AFRICAN TRIBES TAHARA: BOY KING OF THE DESERT TAHARA—BOY MYSTIC OF INDIA TAHARA IN THE LAND OF YUCATAN If you enjoy this book, search your favorite ebook store for "Wildside Press Megapack" to see the 200+ other entries in the series, covering science fiction, modern authors, mysteries, westerns, classics, adventure stories, and much, much more!

Desmos Of Delta Sigma Delta

Author : Delta Sigma Delta
ISBN : UCAL:B4150227
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Chronicle Of The Horse

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ISBN : UVA:X001718467
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From The Lookout

Author : Kathleen Harris
ISBN : 9780870209390
Genre : History
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For every summer from 1916 to 1948, Camp Meenahga, on the picturesque shoreline of Lake Michigan in Door County’s Peninsula State Park, hosted young girls and women from across the United States and Canada. From July to September each year, campers slept in canvas tents, told stories beside a massive stone fireplace, swam, canoed, sailed, hiked, rode horses, and watched the sunset from the Lookout, a gazebo with a spectacular view of the waters of Green Bay. With big ideas, little money, and no experience, Alice Orr Clark and Frances Louise “Kidy” Mabley founded Meenahga as a place for young women to refine their manners, enjoy outdoor leisure activities, and learn woodcraft. From the Lookout is an account of these experiences, a history of Camp Meenahga informed by what campers, counselors, and others left behind, including letters home, notes from Clark and Mabley, and many pages from the camp yearbook and newsletter Pack and Paddle. Brimming with nostalgia, From the Lookout brings to life the sights, sounds, and smells of an idyllic summer retreat, one that long after it closed lived on as a place of respite in the memories of those who knew and loved it best.

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Author : Library of Congress
ISBN : UOM:39015082940530
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The Boy S Own Paper

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ISBN : UOM:39015014706629
Genre : Children's literature
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The Art And Science Of Motivation

Author : Jenny Ziviani
ISBN : 9781849051255
Genre : Psychology
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The authors' groundbreaking approach to working with children and their parents or caregivers places motivation at the heart of all encounters and therapeutic activities. The book provides readers with both a theoretical and practical understanding of methods for engaging and working successfully with children with a range of difficulties, from physical disabilities to learning disabilities and emotional and behavioral difficulties. The authors present an innovative new paradigm - the model of Synthesis of Child, Occupational Performance and Environment - In Time (SCOPE-IT) - for working with these groups to enhance motivation and engagement and to achieve the best possible treatment outcomes. The challenges professionals may face are clearly addressed, and the contributors also explain how the therapist's use of language may influence motivation. Engaging clinical examples bring to life the SCOPE-IT model, and the book closes with an extended case study of the therapeutic journey of one individual, his parents and a therapist, placing the key concepts from the preceding chapters in a richly human and personal context. Combining research-based theory with a wealth of tools and strategies for practice, this book will be inspiring reading for all those working therapeutically with children and young people, including occupational therapists, speech and language therapists, counselors, psychologists and psychotherapists.

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