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Pooh-Sticks is the game being played, and Tigger thinks it might be fun. But ... Other books in this series as well as the original Winnie The Pooh are available from Bookshare.
First Piglet heard it first: "Whoosh. Rat-a-tat-tat. Rat-a-tat-tat. Whoosh!".What could it be? Other books in this series are available from Bookshare. The original Winnie The Pooh is also available from Bookshare.
Everyone is wishing that Gopher could come to the party. But Gopher is too busy digging tunnels. When Gopher swings his pick-axe right into the middle of his X, something happens that sends him hurrying to the party. Other books in this series as well as the original Winnie The Pooh are available from Bookshare.
Owl explains that he had to fly south for the winner. Pooh and friends learn how to deal with missing Owl while he is gone South.
When Christopher Robin tells Pooh that it is time for his annual checkup, Pooh is a little bit nervous. But Pooh is among friends, and his trip to the doctor isn't scary after all. Other books in this series are available from Bookshare. The original Winnie The Pooh books are also available from Bookshare. This file should make an excellent embossed braille copy.
Find out what everyone in the Hundred-Acre Woods likes about spring.
Pooh and his friends learn about what Christopher Robin will be doing when he starts school.
Pooh learns that he can have fun playing all alone.
Spend a day with Pooh exploring the neighborhood! Pooh learns about the Owl's-eye view of the Hundred-Acre Wood.
Roo doesn't want a baby-sitter! But Pooh (as you probably already know) is a very, clever bear. Other books in this series, as well as the original Winnie The Pooh, are available from Bookshare. This file should make an excellent embossed braille copy.
Pooh and Piglet know Christopher Robin's "stay-safe" rules, but do you? This is an excellent book for parents and children to read together. Other books about Pooh and Piglet are available from Bookshare. This file should make an excellent embossed braille copy.
My Very First Winnie the Pooh: Singing Nursery Rhymes with Pooh (Disney's Winnie The Pooh Series: My Very First Winnie The Pooh)by Cassandra Case
Christopher Robin has an idea for a new game. Everyone plays and you can, too. This book includes the words to many familiar nursery rhymes. Other books in this series are available from Bookshare. The original Winnie The Pooh is also available from Bookshare. This file should make an excellent embossed braille copy.
Pooh's house shook! Someone was eating his honey. Oh! No! The heffalump! What would Pooh do? Bookshare offers other books in this series as well as the original Winnie The Pooh. This file should make an excellent embossed braille copy.
There are all kinds of ways to show your mother how much you love her. This Mother's Day, make her a bouquet of Fancy Flowers or string together some Oodles-of-Noodles Jewelry. Then whip up a Dirty but Delicious Shake or a Delights of the Garden Quiche. Mother's Day will be here before you know it, so get started! Safe cooking tips, a glossary of cooking terms, a recipe index and a complete index add to the usefulness of this book.
Claire Louise Corbett and her Confederate family flee their home as Union soldiers shell their town of Vicksburg, Mississippi. They venture out from the safety of a cave only three times a day, when the Union army takes their meals at eight in the morning, noon, and eight at night. Although many of the townspeople suffer from a lack of food, the Corbetts receive extra rations from Claire Louise's brother, Landon, a doctor with the Union army. When Claire Louise discovers her brother tending to a Confederate soldier who is responsible for Robert E. Lee's "lost order" (causing the South to lose the Battle of Antietam), she is forced to make a difficult choice between family and friends.Award-winning historical novelist Ann Rinaldi paints a story of family, courage, and secrets during the forty-seven-day siege of Vicksburg, a battle that has sometimes been ignored in history because it ended the same day as the Battle of Gettysburg.
In 1965, when the poet Jack Spicer died at the age of forty, he left behind a trunkful of papers and manuscripts and a few copies of the seven small books he had seen to press. A West Coast poet, his influence spanned the national literary scene of the 1950s and '60s, though in many ways Spicer's innovative writing ran counter to that of his contemporaries in the New York School and the West Coast Beat movement. Now, more than forty years later, Spicer's voice is more compelling, insistent, and timely than ever. During his short but prolific life, Spicer troubled the concepts of translation, voice, and the act of poetic composition itself. My Vocabulary Did This to Me is a landmark publication of this essential poet's life work, and includes poems that have become increasingly hard to find and many published here for the first time.
Find your way to total trust in God with Saint Thérèse of Lisieux as your guide. In this spiritual biography blossoming with rich commentary on Thérèse's reflections, and emerging from the Carmelite tradition, we are offered glimpses into her interior life.
Milton Erickson's teaching tales--the stories he told his patients and the stories he told the pilgrims who came to sit at his feet --are ingenious and enchanting. They are extraordinary examples of the art of persuasion. Some people would say that they are much too good to be tucked away on the psychiatry shelf, since even though their intention was therapeutic, they are part of a much larger tradition: the American tradition of wit and humor whose greatest exemplar is Mark Twain.
Born in Kandahar in 1978, Sultan fled to the United States at age five with her family. Raised in Brooklyn and Flushing, Queens, Sultan saw her life change when she was married by arrangement at the young age of seventeen to a virtual stranger fourteen years her senior -- a marriage she struggled to maintain and then hastily fought, eventually (after three years) being granted a divorce. This very divorce would become one of the first in her close-knit Afgan community, where the subject is considered rare and taboo. Sultan went on to graduate from college summa cum laude with a degree in economics, and in July 2001, she returned to Kandahar, to explore her family roots and find herself. There she met her relatives and surveyed the conservative provincial town where she was born. on return visit to afganistan, she discovered the tragic death of her relatives at the hands of American troops and began to seek answers. My War at Homeis her memoir of self-discovery, family tradition, and life as a Muslim and feminist with political ideals. It speaks to the younger generation of Muslims in America as they struggle to resolve the ever-present inner conflict about what it means to be an American and a Muslim, while also examining the Muslim-American identity at both personal and political levels.
Emily Dickinson, probably the most loved and certainly the greatest of American poets, continues to be seen as the most elusive. One reason she has become a timeless icon of mystery for many readers is that her developmental phases have not been clarified. In this exhaustively researched biography, Alfred Habegger presents the first thorough account of Dickinson's growth-a richly contextualized story of genius in the process of formation and then in the act of overwhelming production. Building on the work of former and contemporary scholars,My Wars Are Laid Away in Booksbrings to light a wide range of new material from legal archives, congregational records, contemporary women's writing, and previously unpublished fragments of Dickinson's own letters. Habegger discovers the best available answers to the pressing questions about the poet: Was she lesbian? Who was the person she evidently loved? Why did she refuse to publish and why was this refusal so integral an aspect of her work? Habegger also illuminates many of the essential connection sin Dickinson's story: between the decay of doctrinal Protestantism and the emergence of her riddling lyric vision; between her father's political isolation after the Whig Party's collapse and her private poetic vocation; between her frustrated quest for human intimacy and the tuning of her uniquely seductive voice. The definitive treatment of Dickinson's life and times, and of her poetic development,My Wars Are Laid Away in Booksshows how she could be both a woman of her era and a timeless creator. Although many aspects of her life and work will always elude scrutiny, her living, changing profile at least comes into focus in this meticulous and magisterial biography. From the Hardcover edition.
My Weirder School weirder than ever! It's Career Day at Ella Mentry School! Mrs. Lilly is a reporter for the local paper. She's going to come help the kids make their own newspaper, all about the school. What will happen when A.J. and the gang become investigative reporters? Who's going to get fired? Who's going to end up in jail?
Meet Miss Child, a zookeeper who eats lunch with baboons; Mr. Harrison, a tech guy who is on the fritz; Mrs. Lilly, a reporter who digs up dirt; and Mr. Burke, a groundskeeper who races lawnmowers! Will Ella Mentry School ever be the same? Read this four-book collection to find out!
Forced to live with her enemy! Hollie Finch is horrified when the forbidding Earl of Everingham Lord Charles Stirling, places her under house arrest in his manor. Well, he may suspect her of sedition, but to her it's just freedom of the press -- and she's determined to carry on her work right under his arrogant nose! Yet that turns out to be unexpectedly difficult, with his all-too-disturbing presence disrupting her days...and memories of his passion-dark eyes troubling her nights. An Impossible Love Lord Charles Stirling merely planned to keep a close eye on the lovely rabble-rouser -- and he's appalled when her intoxicating scent and lithe curves make him burn to have her in his bed. Even worse, her generous heart and her joyous laughter start him thinking about keeping her with him forever. But the powerful earl has a secret that could destroy him, so he dares not let Hollie into his life. Can the pride and deception separating them ever be overcome...by the miracle of love?
An Explosive Encounter Mary Kate Bennett was married too early, widowed too young, and left to fend for herself without a penny. Her path was never meant to cross with Archer St. John's, except for a terrible carriage accident with the wickedly handsome Earl of Sanderhurst. Mary Kate awakens in a mysterious lord's bed to a life more luxurious than she could have ever imagined, facing a man she's never met before, but instinctively knows...A Heart Held HostageThe whispers about Archer follow him wherever he goes. Had the reclusive nobleman murdered his unhappy countess? When Mary Kate enters his life so unexpectedly, the bold earl is convinced that she has all the answers he has been searching for. So why can't he think of anything else besides her decadently red hair, her luminescent skin, and the feelings this vibrant, spirited beauty evokes within his masculine soul?A Wicked FantasyTheir love can be a fantasy, or it can be strong enough to entwine their destinies forever.
Alba has spent her entire life pleasing others. As an upper-class woman in Ancient Rome, that is her place in life. But when her husband, Lucius, the owner of a prestigious gladiatorial school, uses her body as a bargaining tool to increase his fortunes, she is faced with doing as he demands-or finding herself on the street. Forced to lie with masked gladiators chosen by Lucius, Alba is surprised to discover pleasure in being powerless. Only in the forbidden arms of Caius and Marcus does she find comfort, however temporary it may be. But with Lucius' demands looming and the threat of death for her gladiators ever present, will Alba's fleeting pleasures be enough? Or will she finally grab hold of her own desires, no matter the consequences?
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