Andy Go Joe's Mini Adventure Stories

Author: Charmain Ingleton




Page: 82

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?Andy Go Joe's Mini Adventure Stories, ? includes fifteen short funny adventure stories for boys and girls that feature Andy Go Joe and his friends. Some of the stories include; sailing across a gigantic puddle, flying to the moon and escaping a black hole, getting sucked into a portal and ending up on another world, getting chased by a dinodog, meeting an alien, finding a mysterious pyramid, catching a tiger and finding a magic wand. A perfect adventure story book for children aged between 5-6-years-old to share or to read alone

The Catechism, Or, Christian Doctrine

By Way of Question and Answer Drawn Chiefly from the Express Word of God and Other Pure Sources

Author: Andrew Donlevy



Category: Catechisms, Irish

Page: 449

View: 367

Paradise & Cove Go Camping

Author: Crystal Denise Blakeney

Publisher: AuthorHouse


Category: Education

Page: 20

View: 416

This series of Paradise and Cove Books is based on teaching children numbers, colors, alphabets and story imagination. Your child will enjoy reading, listening and seeing the illustrations about the characters Paradise and Cove along with all their adventures.

Let's Go to a Birthday Party!

Author: Benjamin Proudfit

Publisher: Gareth Stevens Publishing LLLP


Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 24

View: 303

Cake, presents, games, songs...there's nothing more fun than a birthday party! Young readers might need an extra chance to prepare for one of the first events they may be attending without their parents being present. In this book, they'll learn what to expect from a typical birthday party through relatable examples and full-color photographs. With an encouraging tone and age-appropriate language, this book is the perfect volume for readers to practice reading and learn more about the excitement of a birthday party.

How I Taught a Monkey to Go Green

Author: Bill D. Ball (Jr.)

Publisher: Practical Green Press


Category: Chimpanzees

Page: 59

View: 480

Get ready for an adventure packed story about how Fergus Carson suddenly ends up caring for a chimpanzee. Fergus and his ordinary life are transformed into the realm of the extraordinary. His quest to include Blinkie the chimp in his efforts to go green takes many unexpected turns. It is a journey rife with many laugh-out loud exploits. Along the way, readers will learn about some ways they can take action to care for the environment.


Should We Just Let it Go to Waste? : Parts 1 and 2 : Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Technology, Information Policy, Intergovernmental Relations, and the Census of the Committee on Government Reform, House of Representatives, One Hundred Eighth Congress, Second Session, March 15, 2004

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Government Reform. Subcommittee on Technology, Information Policy, Intergovernmental Relations, and the Census



Category: Phosphogypsum

Page: 109

View: 326

The Ants Go Marching!


Publisher: Child's Play International


Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 16

View: 240

One by one the ants march to get to shelter from the rain, in this illustrated version of the classic children's song.

The Marriage-Go-Round

The State of Marriage and the Family in America Today

Author: Andrew J. Cherlin

Publisher: Vintage


Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 288

View: 534

Andrew J. Cherlin's three decades of study have shown him that marriage in America is a social and political battlefield in a way that it isn’t in other developed countries. Americans marry and divorce more often and have more live-in partners than Europeans, and gay Americans have more interest in legalizing same-sex marriage. The difference comes from Americans’ embrace of two contradictory cultural ideals: marriage, a formal commitment to share one's life with another; and individualism, which emphasizes personal choice and self-development. Religion and law in America reinforce both of these behavioral poles, fueling turmoil in our family life and heated debate in our public life. Cherlin’s incisive diagnosis is an important contribution to the debate and points the way to slowing down the partnership merry-go-round.

The Lamps Go Out: 1914

And the Outbreak of War

Author: Argentine Francis Alington



Category: World War, 1914-1918

Page: 140

View: 814


Go-Daigo's Revolution

Author: Andrew Edmund Goble

Publisher: Harvard Univ Asia Center


Category: History

Page: 390

View: 887

By birth, education, and circumstances, Go-Daigo should have been a weak, fatalistic bit player. Instead he was a bold actor who forced situations to his own benefit and led a rebellion that overthrew the Kamakura bakufu. He was a sexual and religious adventurer, a student of Chinese political theory, and a politician with an unprecedented knowledge of the various regions of Japan.

Which Way Did the Bicycle Go?

And Other Intriguing Mathematical Mysteries

Author: Joseph D. E. Konhauser

Publisher: Cambridge University Press


Category: Education

Page: 235

View: 216

The best problems selected from over 25 years of the Problem of the Week at Macalester College.

Parents and Children Go to School

Adventuring in Nursery School and Kindergarten

Author: Dorothy Walter Baruch



Category: Child development

Page: 504

View: 507

Go Down, Moses

Author: William Faulkner

Publisher: Vintage


Category: Fiction

Page: 384

View: 746

“I believe that man will not merely endure: he will prevail. He is immortal, not because he alone among creatures has an inexhaustible voice, but because he has a soul, a spirit capable of compassion and sacrifice and endurance.” —William Faulkner, on receiving the Nobel Prize Go Down, Moses is composed of seven interrelated stories, all of them set in Faulkner’s mythic Yoknapatawpha County. From a variety of perspectives, Faulkner examines the complex, changing relationships between blacks and whites, between man and nature, weaving a cohesive novel rich in implication and insight.

Go-betweens and the Colonization of Brazil


Author: Alida C. Metcalf

Publisher: University of Texas Press


Category: Social Science

Page: 375

View: 570

Doña Marina (La Malinche) ...Pocahontas ...Sacagawea—their names live on in historical memory because these women bridged the indigenous American and European worlds, opening the way for the cultural encounters, collisions, and fusions that shaped the social and even physical landscape of the modern Americas. But these famous individuals were only a few of the many thousands of people who, intentionally or otherwise, served as "go-betweens" as Europeans explored and colonized the New World. In this innovative history, Alida Metcalf thoroughly investigates the many roles played by go-betweens in the colonization of sixteenth-century Brazil. She finds that many individuals created physical links among Europe, Africa, and Brazil—explorers, traders, settlers, and slaves circulated goods, plants, animals, and diseases. Intercultural liaisons produced mixed-race children. At the cultural level, Jesuit priests and African slaves infused native Brazilian traditions with their own religious practices, while translators became influential go-betweens, negotiating the terms of trade, interaction, and exchange. Most powerful of all, as Metcalf shows, were those go-betweens who interpreted or represented new lands and peoples through writings, maps, religion, and the oral tradition. Metcalf's convincing demonstration that colonization is always mediated by third parties has relevance far beyond the Brazilian case, even as it opens a revealing new window on the first century of Brazilian history.

Go, Grow, and Glow

Author: Carole Cliffe

Publisher: Xulon Press


Category: Religion

Page: 108

View: 201

Go Team!: Take Your Team to the Next Level (Large Print 16pt)

Author: Alan Randolph



Category: Business & Economics

Page: 198

View: 494

Coauthored by Ken Blanchard, coauthor of The One Minute Manager and numerous other international bestsellers Provides a guided, 3-step process for turning a group of people into a Next-Level Team that can and does achieve great results Includes many case examples of teams that have become Next-Level Teams All of us in the today's workforce are called upon more and more to work effectively in teams. But do you know how to build a team that truly takes advantage of the knowledge, experience, and motivation of its members? Most of us don't, and we quickly become frustrated, give up, and opt to go it alone-not a good solution in today's business environment. Fortunately, there is a better way. Here, expert authors Ken Blanchard, Alan Randolph, and Peter Grazier outline a 3-step process that will help you transform any kind of team into a Next-Level Team-one that uses all team members' ideas and motivation more effectively, makes better use of team members' and team leaders' time, and generates benefits for individual team members, the team, and the organization. Designed as a working guide filled with detailed instructions for people who want to build high performing teams, Go Team! will lead you, step by step, to great results. Through discussions, case examples, and questions to consider, you and your teammates will learn how to share information to build high levels of trust and responsibility; set clear boundaries to create the freedom for team members to act responsibly; and develop self-managing skills to make good team decisions. With Go Team! as a guide, you'll find that working in a team can be fun, satisfying, and highly productive.