Author: Meg Blackburn Losey
Publisher: New Page Books
Keywords: children, earth, phenomenon, transitional, angels, kids, crystalline, indigo, star
Number of Pages: 256
Published: 2006-12-01
List price: $15.99
ISBN-10: 156414948X
ISBN-13: 9781564149480

The Children of Now is a groundbreaking work that shows that a large number of kids come into the world bearing inherent gifts that are beyond strange--they are telepathic, understand subtle energies, and/or have amazing psychic abilities. Many of them remember where they were before they came to Earth and often can describe past lives. Many doctors mislabel them as autistic, ADD, ADHD, or suggest other behavioral difficulties. More than half the time, these doctors are wrong. The Children of Now are not defective--they are differently functional. We are doing ourselves and the world a great d

Authors:Janet W. Lerner, Barbara Lowenthal, Rosemary W. Egan
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon
Keywords: children, disabilities, risk, special, preschool, needs
Number of Pages: 336
Published: 2002-09-15
List price: $101.33
ISBN-10: 0205358799
ISBN-13: 9780205358793

Preschool Children with Special Needs explores ways of providing preschool children with special needs and their families with a learning environment that will help them develop and learn. The new edition has up-to-date and expanded coverage of issues in early childhood general and special education. The text continues to emphasize the needs of preschoolers age three to six and provides essential information to teachers and others who work with young children in all settings. Current models of curricula, which incorporate new features from research and practical experiences with children who h

Author: Elizabeth Koehler-Pentacoff
Publisher: Linden Publishing
Keywords: children, writing, amp, life, literature, craft, art, authors, illustrators, abcs, business
Number of Pages: 352
Published: 2002-07-01
List price: $16.95
ISBN-10: 1884956289
ISBN-13: 9781884956287

Have you ever dreamed of writing a best-selling children’s book? Ever fantasize about what it’s like to live the life of a published children’s author? Although writing and illustrating books for children is not as easy as it looks, new authors and illustrators are being discovered--and published--all the time. Even if you’re not planning a career in this field, learning how authors and illustrators work can lend new insights and appreciation to their art. The same ideas and inspirations that help authors and illustrators of children’s books may encourage students

Author: Carolyn Daniel
Publisher: Routledge
Keywords: children, literature, culture, eats, voracious
Number of Pages: 280
Published: 2006-02-22
List price: $113.00
ISBN-10: 0415976421
ISBN-13: 9780415976428

Exploring the way food is used to seduce, pleasure and coerce not only the characters within children’s literature, but also its readers, this book tackles a number of gripping questions concerning the quantity and quality of the food featured in children’s fiction, such as: why are feasting fantasies so prevalent, especially in the British classics? What exactly is their appeal to historical and contemporary readers? What do literary food events do to readers? Is food the sex of children’s literature? The subject of children eating is compelling, but why is it that stories a

Author: M. Daphne Kutzer
Publisher: Routledge
Keywords: children, empire, literature, culture, books, classic, imperialism, british
Number of Pages: 325
Published: 2000-10-18
List price: $118.00
ISBN-10: 0815334915
ISBN-13: 9780815334910

Empire’s Children looks at works at by Rudyard Kipling, Frances Hodgson Burnett, E. Nesbit, Hugh Lofting, A.A. Milne, and Arthur Ransome for the ways these writers consciously and unconsciously used the metaphors of empire in their writing for children.

Author: Ritta Oittine
Publisher: Routledge
Keywords: children, culture, literature, translating
Number of Pages: 224
Published: 2000-03-01
List price: $100.00
ISBN-10: 0815333358
ISBN-13: 9780815333357

Translating for Children is not a book on translations of children’s literature but a book on translating for children. It is concentrating on human action in translation and focuses on the translator, the translation process, and translating for children, in particular. Translators never translate words in isolation but whole situations. They bring to the translation their cultural heritage, their reading experience, and in the case of children’s books, their image of childhood and their own child image. In so doing, they enter into a dialogic relationship that ultimately involves

Author: Catherine Bruzzone
Publisher: McGraw-Hill
Keywords: children, series, language, book, italian, amp
Number of Pages: 80
Published: 2003-02-05
List price: $29.95
ISBN-10: 0071407731
ISBN-13: 9780071407731

Already a proven home-study program, the Language for Children series is making noise with this updated, integrated book-plus-audio edition. Along with its charming visuals and lively activities, the series now provides in CD format the stimulating sounds of language to entice preschoolers through primary graders into learning a second language. Cute, catchy songs and the humorous, serial adventures of SuperCat are sure to captivate the imagination and foster language acquisition. Each set in the series contains an 80-page full-color activity book coordinated with two 60-minute CDs as well as
  
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