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Abigail the Whale


Abigail the Whale


$16.27


Abigail dreads swimming lessons. Every time she dives into the pool, she makes a big splash, and all the girls in her class shout: Abigail?s a whale! Abigail can see that she is larger than the other girls. She feels huge, heavy, and out of place. Abigail?s swimming teacher takes her aside and points out: we can change how we see ourselves. He offers a creative visualization technique she can use to feel bolder, more confident, and more accepting of herself. Abigail tries it out in challenging situations that weekwalking home in the dark, eating her vegetables, trying to fall asleep. Illustrations in the book show her perspective morphing powerfully to match her new thought patterns. Next time she?s in swimming class, instead of feeling heavy, Abigail thinks sardine, eel, barracuda, shark! She starts to figure out how to draw on mindfulness, creative thinking, resilience, and positive self-esteem to embrace exactly who she is. This picture book supports social/emotional learning and serves as a perfect jumping-off point for topics like bullying, empathy, confidence, and creative problem solving.

Abigail the Whale


Abigail the Whale


$16.27


Abigail dreads swimming lessons. Every time she dives into the pool, she makes a big splash, and all the girls in her class shout: Abigail?s a whale! Abigail can see that she is larger than the other girls. She feels huge, heavy, and out of place. Abigail?s swimming teacher takes her aside and points out: we can change how we see ourselves. He offers a creative visualization technique she can use to feel bolder, more confident, and more accepting of herself. Abigail tries it out in challenging situations that weekwalking home in the dark, eating her vegetables, trying to fall asleep. Illustrations in the book show her perspective morphing powerfully to match her new thought patterns. Next time she?s in swimming class, instead of feeling heavy, Abigail thinks sardine, eel, barracuda, shark! She starts to figure out how to draw on mindfulness, creative thinking, resilience, and positive self-esteem to embrace exactly who she is. This picture book supports social/emotional learning and serves as a perfect jumping-off point for topics like bullying, empathy, confidence, and creative problem solving.

Berlin


Berlin


$46.16


Berlin is regarded as the laboratory of modernism. After the First World War it became the epicenter of continental culture and sophistication thanks to its decadent charm. Whether in case of fashion, music, cabaret, theater and film, there was no way around Berlin, also considered the great pleasure dome of Europe. This book delights with daily life impressions through rare unseen pictures, documents and music of the time. But it also provides a deeper historical retrospective describing contrasts between elegance and hardship, glance and dread during the turbulent decades of the 1920s up to the 1950s.

Berlin


Berlin


$46.16


Berlin is regarded as the laboratory of modernism. After the First World War it became the epicenter of continental culture and sophistication thanks to its decadent charm. Whether in case of fashion, music, cabaret, theater and film, there was no way around Berlin, also considered the great pleasure dome of Europe. This book delights with daily life impressions through rare unseen pictures, documents and music of the time. But it also provides a deeper historical retrospective describing contrasts between elegance and hardship, glance and dread during the turbulent decades of the 1920s up to the 1950s.

Brybelly Holdings TWMG-04 Pass The Pigs - Pig Party Edition


Brybelly Holdings TWMG-04 Pass The Pigs – Pig Party Edition


$21.19


Hugh and Jack Pigfellow have invited their piggy friends to share the fun. Now there are eight pigs in the game! Two of these party animals are yours to roll against the others in this pigtastic new version of Pass the Pigs. Players compete by rolling their pigs against the other players. Roll yours and try to be the first player to match the pigs pictured on the Roll card in play. Earn the card if you do. Roll a match on your first try and you earn a bonus roll with all eight pigs. Bonus Point cards really add to your score. Look out for the dreaded Pig Out and don’t roll on Oinker. Be the first player to rack up 100 points and you’ll win. Contents: 8 Pigs (4 pairs); Deck of 30 Pig Roll, Bonus, and Point Cards; Zippered Carrying Case; Illustrated Instructions. For ages 7 and up.

Star Wars Rogue One Imperial Ground Crew 3.75 Figure by Hasbro


Star Wars Rogue One Imperial Ground Crew 3.75 Figure by Hasbro


$6.99


Enter the world of Star Wars and launch into action and adventure! Discover a galaxy of starships and vehicles, and get immersed in exciting stories of good versus evil against a backdrop of a universe populated by heroes and villains, droids and space creatures. Picture new galactic maneuvers and brace for mega lightspeed action with this 3.75-inch Imperial Ground Crew figure from Star Wars: Rogue One! Imperial installations, whether space-bound or ground-based, buzz with activity and vehicular traffic. Skilled ground crews sort through this would-be chaos and see to the smooth operation of Imperial craft through regular maintenance. Experience the imposing threat that is the first Death Star, and enforce the will of the evil Empire led by the dreaded Darth Vader! Relive the moments of climactic battle with this 3.75-inch Imperial Ground Crew figure from Star Wars: Rogue One, and collect and do battle with these and other figures and vehicles from Hasbro Star Wars! Additional items sold separately. Hasbro and all related terms are trademarks of Hasbro. Star Wars products are produced by Hasbro under license from Lucasfilm Ltd.

The Dread of Responsibility


The Dread of Responsibility


$23.05


This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923. This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process. We believe this work is culturally important, and despite the imperfections, have elected to bring it back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide. We appreciate your understanding of the imperfections in the preservation process, and hope you enjoy this valuable book.

The Light of Forgiveness


The Light of Forgiveness


$13.77


This book is for anyone who is hesitant about Confession. “Our understanding of the sacrament reveals our image of God. If our image of God is one of an uncompromising judge, then the sacrament can fill us with dread,” Father Paul begins. Instead of coming to Confession to avoid judgment and hellfire, Farren paints a picture of the sacrament that has a loving God behind it who longs for a restored relationship with his children. There are two who confess: God and the penitent. In fact, God is the primary confessor when he confesses his forgiveness for and trust in the one who is celebrating the sacrament. Confession is about God’s great love for us!

The Light of Forgiveness


The Light of Forgiveness


$13.77


This book is for anyone who is hesitant about Confession. “Our understanding of the sacrament reveals our image of God. If our image of God is one of an uncompromising judge, then the sacrament can fill us with dread,” Father Paul begins. Instead of coming to Confession to avoid judgment and hellfire, Farren paints a picture of the sacrament that has a loving God behind it who longs for a restored relationship with his children. There are two who confess: God and the penitent. In fact, God is the primary confessor when he confesses his forgiveness for and trust in the one who is celebrating the sacrament. Confession is about God’s great love for us!

The Old Gray Mare


The Old Gray Mare


$21.41


The 112th Field Artillery Regiment (Horse-Drawn) was a New Jersey Army National Guard unit called into active military service in January of 1941. The Old Gray Mare describes life in this unit, the Armys last horse-drawn field artillery unit, through the eyes of a young lieutenant during the Plattsburg Training Maneuvers in 1939 and during the 112ths post-activation training at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. The Old Gray Mare provides an insightful picture of the daily routine in garrison and the field of a horse unit during what proved to be the final year of its existence. It describes the close bonds formed between men and their horses, the care and handling required to maintain a well-trained horse artillery unit, the pride and professionalism developed by serving the guns, and the archaic, social environment that surrounded this elite formation. It gives witness to the dreaded man and horse-killing stampede of crazed animals as well as the excitement of the polo field that was so much a part of the fabric of the horse artillery. The Old Gray Mare is a light and entertaining book that gives a nostalgic view of a military unit forced out of existence by advances in technology at the beginning of World War II. It is an interesting and unique snapshot of a time and a life-style that no longer exists. *Author: Eberhardt, John S. *Binding Type: Paperback *Number of Pages: 196 *Publication Date: 2005/02/17 *Language: English *Dimensions: 9.00 x 6.00 x 0.45 inches

The Painted Bridge


The Painted Bridge


$3.74


Spellbinding and intricate, The Painted Bridge is a tale of secrets, lost lives, and a woman seizing her own destiny: ?A chilling page-turner about the muddy line between sanity and madness? (Caroline Leavitt, author of Pictures of You).Outside London behind a stone wall stands Lake House, a private asylum for genteel women of a delicate nature. In the winter of 1859, recently married Anna Palmer becomes its newest arrival, tricked by her husband into leaving home, incarcerated against her will, and declared hysterical and unhinged. With no doubts as to her sanity, Anna is convinced that she will be released as soon as she can tell her story. But Anna learns that liberty will not come easily. The longer she remains at Lake House, the more she realizes that?like the ethereal bridge over the asylum?s lake?nothing is as it appears. She begins to experience strange visions and memories that may lead her to the truth about her past, herself, and to freedom?or lead her so far into the recesses of her mind that she may never escape. Set in Victorian England, as superstitions collide with a new psychological understanding, novelist Wendy Wallace? masterfully creates an atmosphere of utter claustrophobia and dread, intermingled with the ever-present horror of the reality of women?s minimal rights in the nineteenth century? (Publishers Weekly). The Painted Bridge is a tale of self-discovery, secrets, and a search for the truth in a world where the line between madness and sanity seems perilously thin.

The Picture of Dorian Gray


The Picture of Dorian Gray


$23.84


How sad it is! I shall grow old, and horrible, and dreadful. But this picture will remain always young. It will never be older than this particular day of June. . If it were only the other way! If it where I who was to be always young, and the picture that was to grow old! For that-for that-I would give everything! Yes, there is nothing in the whole world I would not give! I would give my own soul for that! Oscar Wilde’s wit, humor, horror, and philosophy all come together to create a timeless story of the darkness in the human heart. Newly designed and typeset for easy reading by Boomer Books.

Twisted


Twisted


$16.76


In Twisted: My Dreadlock Chronicles, professor and author Bert Ashe delivers a witty, fascinating, and unprecedented account of black male identity as seen through our culture’s perceptions of hair. It is a deeply personal story that weaves together the cultural and political history of dreadlocks with Ashe’s own mid-life journey to lock his hair. Ashe is a fresh, new voice that addresses the importance of black hair in the 20th and 21st centuries through an accessible, humorous, and literary style sure to engage a wide variety of readers. After leading a far-too-conventional life for forty years, Ashe began a long, arduous, uncertain process of locking his own hair in an attempt to step out of American convention. Black hair, after all, matters. Few Americans are subject to snap judgements like those in the African-American community, and fewer communities face such loaded criticism about their appearances, in particular their hair. Twisted: My Dreadlock Chronicles makes the argument that the story of dreadlocks in America can’t be told except in front of the backdrop of black hair in America. Ask most Americans about dreadlocks and they immediately conjure a picture of Bob Marley: on stage, mid-song, dreads splayed. When most Americans see dreadlocks, a range of assumptions quickly follow: he’s Jamaican, he’s Rasta, he plays reggae; he stinks, he smokes, he deals; he’s bohemian, he’s creative, he’s counter-cultural. Few styles in America have more symbolism and generate more conflicting views than dreadlocks. To “read” dreadlocks is to take the cultural pulse of America. To readTwisted: My Dreadlock Chronicles is to understand a larger story about the truths and biases present in how we perceive ourselves and others. Ashe’s riveting and intimate work, a genuine first of its kind, will be a seminal work for years to come.

Wild West China


Wild West China


$41.75


Closed to the world for half a century, like a black hole in the Asian landmass, the wilderness of Xinjiang in northwest China is returning to the light. The picture it presents is both fascinating and disturbing. Despite a savage landscape and climate, Xinjiang has a rich past: sand-buried cities, painted cave shrines, rare creatures, and wonderfully preserved mummies of European appearance. Their descendants, the Uighurs, still farm the tranquil oases that ring the dreaded Taklamakan, the world’s second largest sand desert, and the Kazakh and Kirghiz herdsmen still roam the mountains. The region’s history, however, has been punctuated by violence, usually provoked by ambitious outsiders-nomad chieftains from the north, Muslim emirs from Central Asia, Russian generals, or warlords from inner China. The Chinese regard the far west as a barbarian land. Only in the 1760s did they subdue it, and even then their rule was repeatedly broken. Compared with the Russians’ conquest of Siberia, or the Americans’ trek west, China’s colonization of Xinjiang has been late and difficult. The Communists have done most to develop it, as a penal colony, as a buffer against invasion, and as a supplier of raw materials and living space for an overpopulated country. But what China sees as its property, the Uighurs regard as theft by an alien occupier. Tension has led to violence and savage reprisals. This portrait of Xinjiang should be essential reading for travelers and for anyone interested in today’s China and the fate of minority peoples.

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