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The Once Upon a Time Map Book

Author : Barbara G. Hennessy
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Join Cinderella and Prince Charming on their royal wedding tour through six favourite story-book lands. Journey to Aladdin's Kingdom, the Land of Oz and the Giant's Kingdom at the top of the beanstalk; meet Peter Pan and Wendy in Neverland, Alice in Wonderland, and Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs in the Enchanted Forest. This sumptuous travel guide contains a fabulous fold-out map of each land, with a detailed route to follow, special points of interest to seek out and a wedding present hidden in each picture.

The Once Upon a Time Map Book Big Book

Author : Barbara G. Hennessy
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Tours of six magical lands offer a map and directions for Peter Pan's Neverland, Dorothy's Land of Oz, the Giant's kingdom, Alice's Wonderland, Aladdin's Kingdom, and Snow White's Enchanted Forest, with hidden treasures to find in each one.

The Once Upon a Time Map Book

Author : Barbara G. Hennessy
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As Cinderella and Prince Charming visit six fairy tale lands on their honeymoon trip, the reader can follow along using maps and directions, helping to find hidden wedding gifts and other objects.

Narrative Identity and the Map of Cultural Policy

Author : Dr Constance DeVereaux
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The story of arts and cultural policy in the twenty-first century is inherently of global concern no matter how local it seems. At the same time, questions of identity have in many ways become more challenging than before. Narrative, Identity, and the Map of Cultural Policy: Once Upon a Time in a Globalized World explores how and why stories and identities sometimes merge and often clash in an arena in which culture and policy may not be able to resolve every difficulty. DeVereaux and Griffin argue that the role of narrative is key to understanding these issues. They offer a wide-ranging history and justification for narrative frameworks as an approach to cultural policy and open up a wider field of discussion about the ways in which cultural politics and cultural identity are being deployed and interpreted in the present, with deep roots in the past. This timely book will be of great interest not just to students of narrative and students of arts and cultural policy, but also to administrators, policy theorists, and cultural management practitioners.

The Scary Places Map Book

Author : Barbara G. Hennessy
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A whimsical tour of seven spooky locations introduces basic map-reading skills and highlights fun-filled "points of interest," from Dracula's Castle to Dr. Frankenstein's laboratory, on maps of such places as the Wicked Woods, a Ghostly Galleon and the Western Terror-tories. By the author of The Once Upon a Time Map Book.

Mapping is Elementary My Dear

Author : S. Kay Gandy
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Children need the chance to explore and understand where they live and all the places surrounding them to make sense of their world. Through geography, children can feel a connection with people they have never met and places they have never been. Through these connections, children can be inspired to care about their place and their communities. This book includes chapters explaining the concepts of location, perspective, scale, orientation, map symbols and map keys, and the five themes of geography. In addition, chapters are included on various types of maps and the use of technology to teach map skills. There are suggestions for 100 activities to teach the concepts, assessment questions, and annotated children's literature that relate to the concepts. The book includes a suggested scope and sequence for teaching map skills in the elementary grades and a glossary of geographic terms.--Rebecca Stobaugh, author of books for teachers including, "50 Strategies to Boost Cognitive Engagement"

Powerful Primary Geography

Author : Anne M. Dolan
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Powerful Primary Geography: A Toolkit for 21st-Century Learning explores the need for children to understand the modern world and their place in it. Dedicated to helping teachers inspire children’s love of place, nature and geographical adventures through facilitating children’s voice and developing their agency, this book explores the way playful opportunities can be created for children to learn how to think geographically, to solve real-life problems and to apply their learning in meaningful ways to the world around them. Based on the very latest research, Powerful Primary Geography helps children understand change, conflict and contemporary issues influencing their current and future lives and covers topics such as: • Weather and climate change • Sustainability • Engaging in their local and global community • Graphicacy, map work and visual literacy • Understanding geography through the arts. Including several case studies from primary schools in Ireland, this book will help aid teachers, student teachers and education enthusiasts in preparing children for dealing with the complex nature of our contemporary world through artistic and thoughtful geography. Facilitating children’s engagement as local, national and global citizens ensures geography can be taught in a powerful and meaningful manner.

Teaching Geography Creatively

Author : Stephen Scoffham
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Teaching Geography Creatively was Winner of the Geographical Association Gold Award 2014 and Winner of the Geographical Association Silver Award 2017. This fully updated second edition of Teaching Geography Creatively is a stimulating source of guidance for busy trainee and experienced teachers. Packed full of practical approaches for bringing the teaching of geography to life, it offers a range of innovative ideas for exploring physical geography, human geography and environmental issues. Underpinned by the very latest research and theory, expert authors from schools and universities explore the inter-relationship between creativity and learning, and consider how creativity can enhance pupils’ motivation, self-image and well-being. Two brand new chapters focus on creative approaches to learning about the physical world, as well as the value of alternative learning settings. Further imaginative ideas include: games and starter activities as entry points for creative learning how to keep geography messy the outdoors and learning beyond the classroom how to teach geography using your local area the links between geography and other areas of the curriculum looking at geography, creativity and the future fun and games in geography engaging with the world through picture-books teaching about sustainability. With contemporary, cutting-edge practice at the forefront, Teaching Geography Creatively is an essential read for all trainee and practicing teachers, offering a variety of practical strategies to create a fun and stimulating learning environment. In the process it offers a pedagogy that respects the integrity of children as joyful and imaginative learners and which offers a vision of how geography can contribute to constructing a better and more equitable world.

Home Learning Year by Year Revised and Updated

Author : Rebecca Rupp
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A comprehensive guide to designing homeschool curriculum, from one of the country’s foremost homeschooling experts—now revised and updated! Homeschooling can be a tremendous gift to your children—a personalized educational experience tailored to each kid’s interests, abilities, and learning styles. But what to teach, and when, and how? Especially for first-time homeschoolers, the prospect of tackling an annual curriculum can be daunting. In Home Learning Year by Year, Rebecca Rupp presents comprehensive plans from preschool through high school, covering integral subjects for each grade, with lists of topics commonly presented at each level, recommended resource and reading lists, and suggestions for creative alternative options and approaches. Included, along with all the educational basics, are techniques and resources for teaching everything from philosophy to engineering, as well as suggestions for dealing with such sensitive topics as sex education. Now revised throughout with all-new updates featuring the most effective and up-to-date methods and reading guides to homeschool your child at all ages, Home Learning Year by Year continues to be the definitive book for the homeschooling parent.

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Monterey Fire Department

Author : Mike Ventimiglia
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For more than 129 years, the firefighters of the Monterey Fire Department have provided outstanding service to the people of Monterey. The department has protected the community since 1882, when the first brigade was a handful of citizens armed with buckets and axes. In 2010, a total of 64 firefighters responded to 6,233 calls. This book is dedicated to the memory of Monterey's firefighters, who have all served valiantly.

Misoso

Author : Verna Aardema
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An anthology of African misoso tales presents twelve fables and folktales that include stories of justice and revenge, trickery, humor, greed, and more that shed new light on diverse African cultures and traditions.

Children s Book Review Index

Author : Gary C. Tarbert
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Because of You

Author : Barbara G. Hennessy
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With gentle, joyful illustrations, this celebration of the potential in each person illuminates the simple ways the world can be a better place — because of you. Each time a child is born, the world changes. Each child brings to the world one more person to love and care for — and one more person who can love and care for others. As children grow and learn, they can teach others and share feelings, ideas, and things. Just as each of us sometimes needs help, we can also find ways to help others. The author and illustrator of MY BOOK OF THANKS reunite to show, through everyday examples, how acts of kindness, understanding, and generosity — no matter how small — can make all the difference in the world.

Toni Toni Toni

Author : Henri Nkuepo
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Welcome to the imaginative folktales and fables of Cameroon!As a child growing up in a small village in Cameroon, we didn't have Televisions. Our evening entertainment was to sit around with our older siblings and listen to stories that had been told for generations. To our young minds they were like cartoons, we imagined the characters and their adventures. On another level though we were learning what it meant to be part of a community. All these stories have at their core aspects of character: ancient wisdom, humility and responsibility.With most families now having tv and access to Internet, these stories of our culture have been disappearing. Not even I could remember any of them and had to ask my parents to record and send them to me via WhatsApp. I started collecting the stories about a year ago. Had I waited one more year many of them would have been lost permanently as my parent who remembered the most passed away suddenly in December of 2019. Thankfully I have them now to share with my own children, and through this book you can share them with you family. These stories are part of who we are and need to be shared with generations to come. That's why I have collected and retold them in this beautiful illustrated children's book. These stories are a treasure map for a new generation. They give young families a glimpse of an ancient and mysterious time when animals villagers, Princesses and Kings shared the world and discovered wisdom. 10% of the proceeds from each book will go toward supporting Hepatitis B and Liver cancer research in Africa.

Best books for children

Author : Catherine Barr
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Once Upon a Time Long Long Ago

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How did we get to be US? Who are WE? This story, set some 50,000 years ago when an almost explosive change in people s behaviour occurred, addresses these questions.

2005 Book Markets for Children s Writers

Author : Marni McNiff
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Once Upon a Time in Baghdad

Author : Margo Kirtikar Ph.D.
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Once Upon a Time is creative non-fiction written in the form of a memoir which focuses on the fact that another Baghdad existed not too long ago when people of different nationalities and religions lived and worked together peacefully. The central point of the book is life in Baghdad during the 1940s and 1950s, a period remembered as the golden age of Iraq. The stories told are as seen through the eyes of a young girl and woman, the author, who was born and raised in a Christian multicultural middle class family in Baghdad of the time. The book spans the first twenty years of her life spent in the Middle East. Intertwined with her personal story, the author tells of the lives of others, family, relatives and friends, as she knew them in the Baghdad of her youth. Iraq was a nation of multicultural and diverse people of all backgrounds and beliefs, with a heritage that goes back thousand of years. Iraqis and non-Iraqis, Moslems and non-Moslems, Christians and Jews lived, worked and mingled together in harmony, each aware of their particular cultural boundaries and respectful of others. As the author narrates her personal story she reveals many insights into her life, customs and cultures of Christian and Moslem families, both Iraqis and non-Iraqis who lived and thrived in Baghdad. Interwoven with the personal stories are historical chapters and facts that enable the reader to gain in-depth knowledge of the complexities of the religions, cultural and socio-economic background of Iraq and its people. References to present day conditions in Iraq act like a magnifying glass, making the potential for the country¡¦s possibly hopeful future, if it can find a connection to its more happy past, all the more vivid. The story is not told chronologically. The author weaves back and forth making time and space, condense and merge. There is a co-presence of different eras and events giving the book an unusual richness. Flashbacks and leaps into the present co-exist simultaneously creating a weave not unlike the arabesque intertwining of Arabic ornaments.

Best Books for Children Preschool Through Grade 6

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