Over 150 Stories and Rhymes for Your Little One

Author: Parragon Book Service Limited

Publisher: Parragon Books


Category: Children's stories

Page: 384

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ENGLISH LITERATURE: COLLECTIONS & ANTHOLOGIES OF VARIOUS LITERARY FORMS. Specially written and designed to appeal to young children. Young and old, we all love nursery rhymes. Share the magic of your favourite characters and rhymes and read them again and again. Filled with delightful illustrations. Ages 0+

150 Stories of Queens

1857-2007 Queens University of Charlotte

Author: Jamie Curtis

Publisher: M.T. Publishing Company



Page: 158

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The 150 Parables

Author: Michael Carrell

Publisher: Mike Carrell


Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 396

View: 586

In this book, the gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John are diagrammed in this literary form to allow the reader the opportunity to understand the meaning and purpose of every verse in all four gospels.

Another 50 Parables

Author: Michael Carrell

Publisher: Mike Carrell



Page: 244

View: 327

Carrell reveals that three more books/letters in the New Testament were also written in the literary form of the parables of Jesus--the diagrammed Stories of the Acts of the Apostles, Letter to the Hebrews, and 1 John.

150 stories

Author: Nataniël



Category: Afrikaans essays

Page: 517

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Stories of Oka

Land, Film, and Literature

Author: Isabelle St. Amand

Publisher: Univ. of Manitoba Press


Category: Social Science

Page: 288

View: 133

In the summer of 1990, the Oka Crisis—or the Kanehsatake Resistance—exposed a rupture in the relationships between settlers and Indigenous peoples in Canada. In the wake of the failure of the Meech Lake Accord, the conflict made visible a contemporary Indigenous presence that Canadian society had imagined was on the verge of disappearance. The 78-day standoff also reactivated a long history of Indigenous people’s resistance to colonial policies aimed at assimilation and land appropriation. The land dispute at the core of this conflict raises obvious political and judicial issues, but it is also part of a wider context that incites us to fully consider the ways in which histories are performed, called upon, staged, told, imagined, and interpreted. "Stories of Oka: Land, Film, and Literature" examines the standoff in relation to film and literary narratives, both Indigenous and non-Indigenous. This new English edition of St-Amand’s interdisciplinary, intercultural, and multi-perspective work offers a framework for thinking through the relationships that both unite and oppose settler societies and Indigenous peoples in Canada.

150 Great Short Stories

Synopses, Quizzes, and Tests

Author: Aileen M. Carroll

Publisher: Walch Publishing


Category: Fiction

Page: 376

View: 867

Saves time in preparing team activities and assessments Includes story synopsis, teaching suggestions, quiz, and answer key Note: The short stories are not included in this publication.

Dennis McCann Takes You for a Ride

Stories from the Byways of Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan and Illinois

Author: Dennis McCann

Publisher: The Guest Cottage, Inc.


Category: Travel

Page: 166

View: 371

Second Century of the Skyscraper

Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat

Author: Council on Tall Buildings & Urban

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media


Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 1108

View: 443

tenant is looming in importance. The owner is having more influence on the building. As Gerald D. Hines has said, there are indications that the desire for more discretionary time will lead to more residential high-rises dose to or in the midst of downtown office buildings. Downtown living could become the desired alternative. Tall buildings will be approached increasingly from the standpoint of an urban ecology - that what happens to apart can influence the whole. Provid ing for public as well as private needs in a tall building project is just one example (facilities for schools, shops, religious, and other needs). More attention will be paid to maintaining streets as lively and interesting places. Will a new "world's tallest" be built? Will we go a mile high? The answer is probably "yes" to the first, "no" to the second. With the recent spate of super-tall buildings on the drawing boards, going to greater heights was in the back of many people's minds at the Chicago conference. But in the U nited States, at least, buildings of 70 to 80 stories would appear to provide needed space consistent with economy. The future, then, is described in depth by papers that go into specific areas.