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Nonviolent Communication Companion Workbook

by Lucy Leu

This companion workbook to 'Nonviolent Communication' provides reviews, activities, and brief assignments that complement the liberating principles of utilising nonviolent communication in everyday life. Support for group practice includes guidance for getting started, curriculum and activities for each chapter, and strategies for incorporating into the learning process many of the challenges that commonly arise in group situations. Additionally, teachers can use the material as the basis for developing courses or to augment an existing curriculum. Extensive reference and resource sections allow further research and follow-up study.

Noodle

by Munro Leaf

Noodle is a little dog who's very long from front to back and very short from top to bottom, which makes it hard for him to dig for bones. Then one day, Noodle finds a wishbone, and the dog fairy arrives with a whirr and a flip-flap of wings to grant him a wish. "What size and shape do you want to be?" A sweet story of self-acceptance, Noodle is a classic from children's book greats Munro Leaf, author of The Story of Ferdinand, and Ludwig Bemelmans, creator of Madeline. Originally published in 1937, Noodle is back to delight a new generation.

The Noodle Game

by Larry Dane Brimner

Three J has the opportunity to cheat in a contest to win a new bike and must decide what to do.

The Noodle Narratives

by Deborah Gewertz Frederick Errington Tatsuro Fujikura

Tasty, convenient, and cheap, instant noodles are one of the most remarkable industrial foods ever. Consumed around the world by millions, they appeal to young and old, affluent and impoverished alike. The authors examine the history, manufacturing, marketing, and consumption of instant noodles. By focusing on three specific markets, they reveal various ways in which these noodles enable diverse populations to manage their lives. The first market is in Japan, where instant noodles have facilitated a major transformation of post-war society, while undergoing a seemingly endless tweaking in flavors, toppings, and packaging in order to entice consumers. The second is in the United States, where instant noodles have become important to many groups including college students, their nostalgic parents, and prison inmates. The authors also take note of "heavy users," a category of the chronically hard-pressed targeted by U.S. purveyors. The third is in Papua New Guinea, where instant noodles arrived only recently and are providing cheap food options to the urban poor, all the while transforming them into aspiring consumers. Finally, this study examines the global "Big Food" industry. As one of the food system's singular achievements, the phenomenon of instant noodles provides insight into the pros and cons of global capitalist provisioning.

A Noodle Up Your Nose

by Frieda Wishinsky Louise-Andree Laliberte

Kate has decided on a pirate theme for her party. She thinks that seven is going to be the best age to be. Her friend Jake is going to teach her to ride a two-wheeler. And her party is going to be fabulous. That is, until Violet starts spreading stories. Kate goes right on with her planning, but she is worried. When Violet is the only one to show up on the big day, Kate thinks that her worst fears have come true.

Noodlemania!

by Melissa Barlow

You'll go noodle crazy with the playful and colorful pasta recipes in Noodlemania! It's filled with hot and cold main dishes, salads, and even desserts! Try Super Stuffed Monster Mouths made with jumbo pasta shells, Rapunzel Pastamade with extra-long spaghetti, Spider Cookies made with crunchy ramen noodles, or Gloppy Green Frog Eye Salad made with acini di pepe. Noodlemania! also teaches basic math skills and includes fun trivia. Which pasta name means "little ears"? What's the world record for the largest meatball ever made? Kids will have fun in the kitchen while sharpening their cooking skills with Noodlemania!From the Trade Paperback edition.

Noodles Every Day

by Maura Mcevoy Corinne Trang

Noodle dishes are a beloved staple throughout Asia and are eaten at all hours of the day and night. Asian cuisine expert Corinne Trang presents more than 70 recipes that make it easy to discover such simple pleasures as the Vietnamese rice noodle soup known as Pho, mee krob (a sweet and crispy fried rice vermicelli) from Thailand, and Japanese Soba. Chapters are organized by type of noodle--Wheat, Egg, Buckwheat, Rice, and Cellophane and then Buns, Dumplings, and Spring Rolls, so it's easy to find just the right treat for the occasion. With a section on basic Asian ingredients plus information on simple equipment and easy techniques to master, this great guide ensures that each dish comes out perfect every time.

Noodling For Flatheads

by Burkhard Bilger

The Old South is slow to give up its secrets. Though satellite dishes outnumber banjo players a thousand to one, most traditions haven't died; they've just gone into hiding. Cockfighting is illegal in forty-eight states, yet there are three national cockfighting magazines and cockpits in even the most tranquil communities. Homemade liquor has been outlawed for more than a century, yet moonshiners in Virginia still ship nearly one million gallons a year. Some of these pastimes are ancient, others ultramodern; some are illegal, others merely obscure. But the people who practice them share an undeniable kinship. Instead of wealth, promotion, or a few seconds of prime time, they follow dreams that lead them ever deeper underground. They are reminders, ultimately, that American culture isn't as predictable as it seems-that the weeds growing between its cracks are its most vital signs of life. In these masterfully crafted essays, Burkhard Bilger explores the history and practice of eight such clandestine worlds. Like John McPhee and Ian Frazier, he introduces us to people whose spirit of individualism keeps traditions alive, from a fifty-something female coon hunter who spends 340 nights a year in the woods to a visionary frog farmer and a man whose arms are scarred by the eighty-pound catfish he catches by hand. A fluid combination of adventure, history, and humor, Noodling for Flatheads is evocative, intelligent, and wonder-fully weird-a splendid antidote to the sameness of today's popular culture.

NOOK HD: The Missing Manual

by Preston Gralla

<p>You can do many things with NOOK HD right out of the box, but if you really want to get the most from your HD or HD+ tablet, start with this book. With clear instructions, full-color illustrations, and savvy advice from technology expert Preston Gralla, you&#8217;ll learn how to use email and the Web, watch movies and shows, play games, listen to music, and enjoy your personal ebook library.</p>

NOOK Tablet: The Missing Manual

by Preston Gralla

<p>Combine a world-class e-reader with a top-notch tablet&#8212;then add know-how from technology guru Preston Gralla&#8212;and you have the perfect recipe for portable entertainment. Packed with clear instructions and helpful illustrations, this book gets you up to speed on the NOOK Tablet so you can enjoy ebooks, magazines, games, apps, TV shows, and movies right away.</p>

NOOK Tablet: Out of the Box

by Preston Gralla Brian Sawyer

<p>When you open the box for your brand-new NOOK Tablet, you'll find Barnes &amp; Noble's latest 7-inch media device to hit the market, a USB cable, power adapter, and a "Quick Start Guide" that tells you how to turn it on. But to really take advantage of all the content and features the device has to offer, you'll need a little more. NOOK Tablet: Out of the Box gets you up and running beyond the first "Slide to unlock" screen to unlock all of your media from the cloud in the palm of your hand.<br/><br/>\nThe new NOOK Tablet gives you immediate access to online music, movies, and the best of HD entertainment, wherever you are, as long as you know where to find it and how to consume it. With NOOK Tablet: Out of the Box, you'll jump right in to reading full-color magazines, newspapers, comics, interactive NOOK Kids books, beautiful PagePerfect titles, and your entire personal B&amp;N library in the NOOK Reading App. Then, go beyond your own media to experience integrated email, games, Android apps, and lightning-fast web browsing.<br/><br/>\nThis intuitive, easy-to-follow ebook opens the world of possibilities made possible by the NOOK Tablet, right out of the box.</p>

The Noonday Friends

by Mary Stolz

Franny wants to spend time with her best friend, Simone, outside of school, but she has a lot of responsibilities and worries at home. Simone understands, most of the time. A Newbery Honor Book.

Noonshade (Chronicles of the Raven #2)

by James Barclay

Now the land of Balaia, still riven by war, must live with the consequences. The Dawnthief spell - designed to destroy the world, but cast to save it - has torn a hole in the sky, a pathway into the dragon dimension, and, through it, unfriendly eyes are turning to Balaia.With war already sweeping the land, there are no armies to send against the dragons. All that stands between Balaia and complete dominion by these tyrannous beasts is a tiny, but legendary band of mercenaries: The Raven.And if they fail, Balaia will fall beneath the wings of countless dragons...James Barclay has created a fantasy epic of rare intensity and blistering pace peopled by characters you can believe in.

Nop's Trials

by Donald Mccaig

The story of a Virginia farmer, who embarks on an ordeal of peril and hardship, when his young border collie Nop is stolen. A story about the special contract between people and animals.

Nora and Liz

by Nancy Garden

When her rental car has a flat tire Liz reluctantly stops at the old Tillot farm to borrow a jack. Walking out to the barn together two women unknowingly take the first steps on a path that will change both of their lives forever. But when their tender friendship turns passionate, Nora and Liz's happiness is shattered by accusations and rumors. Trying desperately to rise above the tumult, they silently wonder if their love can survive.

Nora, Nora

by Anne Rivers Siddons

At twelve, Peyton McKenzie isn't ready to share her widowed father with anyone, let alone Nora, her redheaded, cigarette-smoking cousin who just rolled into town behind the wheel of a pink Thunderbird. But her father seems to like Nora, and she does make for good conversation with her friends at the Losers Club, and prim Aunt Augusta hates her, which means she can't be all bad. In fact, maybe Nora is just what quiet Lytton, Georgia, needs this summer.And when Nora takes a job teaching the first integrated honors class at the local high school, it looks like she might stay forever. But it becomes clear that something is troubling her. Peyton knows it's more than the local gossips who don't like Nora's "unsouthern" ways. When the shocking truth comes to light, it will stun this small segregated town and, more importantly, teach Peyton a lesson she will never forget about love and its enormous cost.

Nora: The Real Life of Molly Bloom

by Brenda Maddox

How the wife James Joyce lived with and later married conditioned his poetry.

Norah (Orchard Valley #3)

by Debbie Macomber

Norah Bloomfield is feeling a bit unneeded these days, a bit lonely. Her father is quickly recovering his health, and her sisters, Valerie and Stephanie, are busy planning their weddings. Then, from out of the blue, a cantankerous Texan named Rowdy Cassidy crashes into Orchard Valley. And into Norah's life... The same Rowdy Cassidy who'd been Valerie's boss-and who'd demanded she cancel her wedding. Now he's Norah's patient. And in all her nursing experience, she's never encountered a more difficult man. Or a more irresistible one! Yes, she falls in love with him. And that's a mistake-because Norah has good reason to believe that Rowdy's still in love with her sister.

Norah's Ark (Life, Faith & Getting It Right #14)

by Judy Baer

Norah Kent, pet store owner, is single and devoted to animals. She's also gifted at matching kittens and puppies with people and is busy caring for her elderly aunt. She has three suitors. Will one of them win her heart? --- Hi, my name is Bentley. I'm a mutt with a dash of pit bull in the soup, and I have issues. I'm not likely to win any beauty pageants, and I'm afraid of cats. But my human, Norah Kent, thinks I'm the greatest despite all my shortcomings. The problem is Norah won't go out with anyone who doesn't like me. Norah says she's perfectly happy being single, and that in God's time she'll marry Mr. Right. But I think God's time may be right now, and Mr. Right may be Officer Nick Haley-the one guy who's afraid of a kitten-fearing basket case of a dog like me! I'll do just about anything to bring Norah and Nick together, even if I have to...gulp... woof!

Nora's Pride

by Carol Stephenson

CONNOR WAS THE ONLY MAN SHE'D EVER LOVED...And he'd crushed her heart into a thousand painful pieces when he'd left town without a backward glance. Thoughts of Connor Devlin filled Nora McCall with hot fury-even hotter than the passion that had engulfed them both during their one night together. A night that left Nora with a lifetime of memories...and a daughter.AND NOW HE WAS BACK.For twelve long years, Connor had needed, craved, longed for raven-haired Nora McCall-and cursed the great sacrifice he'd made in order to save her family. Now he had returned to face his demons and fight for Nora's love. But Connor hadn't expected to face the shock of his life-a lovely young girl who called him Dad!

Norma Jean, Jumping Bean

by Joanna Cole

"Kangaroo child Norma Jean loves to jump. The problem is that her jumping gets out of hand, causing accidents and some ruffled feelings among her friends, and Norma stops her jumping entirely. But when the school's field-day games come up, Norma Jean is coaxed back into action long enough to win ribbons. Light, popular fare for beginning readers."--Booklist.

Normal Accidents

by Charles Perrow

Normal Accidents analyzes the social side of technological risk. Charles Perrow argues that the conventional engineering approach to ensuring safety--building in more warnings and safeguards--fails because systems complexity makes failures inevitable. He asserts that typical precautions, by adding to complexity, may help create new categories of accidents. (At Chernobyl, tests of a new safety system helped produce the meltdown and subsequent fire.) By recognizing two dimensions of risk--complex versus linear interactions, and tight versus loose coupling--this book provides a powerful framework for analyzing risks and the organizations that insist we run them.The first edition fulfilled one reviewer's prediction that it "may mark the beginning of accident research." In the new afterword to this edition Perrow reviews the extensive work on the major accidents of the last fifteen years, including Bhopal, Chernobyl, and the Challenger disaster. The new postscript probes what the author considers to be the "quintessential 'Normal Accident'" of our time: the Y2K computer problem.

The Normal Bar: The Surprising Secrets of Happy Couples and What They Reveal About Creating a New Normal in Your Relationship

by Pepper Schwartz Chrisanna Northrup James Witte

Based on data obtained from nearly 100,000 respondents, here is the ultimate resource for anyone who wants to learn the relationship-tested ways couples can achieve satisfaction and contentment in areas such as communication, sex, affection, and financial cooperation.What constitutes "normal" behavior among happy couples? What steps you should take if that "normal" is one you want to strive for? To help answer those questions, wellness entrepreneur Chrisanna Northrup teamed with two of America's top sociologists, Yale Ph.D. Pepper Schwartz and Harvard Ph.D. James Witte, to design a unique interactive survey that would draw feedback from around the world. What has resulted is the clearest picture yet of how well couples are communicating, romancing each other, satisfying each other in the bedroom, sharing financial responsibilities, and staying faithful - or not. Since the Normal Bar survey methodology sorts for age and gender, racial and geographic differences and sexual preferences, the authors are able to reveal , for example, what happens to passion as we grow older, which gender wants what when it comes to sex, the factors that spur marital combat, how kids figure in, how being gay or bisexual turns out to be both different and the same, and -regardless of background -- the tiny habits that drive partners absolutely batty.The book is dense with revelations, from the unexpected popularity of certain sexual positions, to the average number of times happy - and unhappy -- couples kiss, to the prevalence of lying, to the surprising loyalty most men and women feel for their partner (even when in a deteriorating relationship), to the vivid and idiosyncratic ways individuals of different ages, genders and nationalities describe their "ideal romantic evening."Much more than a peek behind the relationship curtain, The Normal Bar offers readers an array of prescriptive tools that will help them establish a "new normal." Mindful of what keeps couples stuck in ruts, the book's authors suggest practical and life-changing ways to break cycles of disappointment and frustration.

Normal Children Have Problems, Too: How Parents Can Understand and Help

by Stanley Turecki Sarah Wernick

Lack of friends * poor self-image * sibling rivalry * hyperactivity * sadness and fearfulness * eating problems * nervous habits * aggressive behavior * defiance * sleep problems * lying * learning disabilities. . . Even normal children can have problems. And parents can help them. That is the powerful assurance Dr. Stanley Turecki offers parents in this compassionate and practical book. Whatever the situation, Dr. Turecki shows you: A new way to understand your child's difficulties and gain ...

The Normal Christian Life

by Watchman Nee

This classic work unfolds the path of faith and presents the eternal purpose of God in simple terms.

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