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Meet Ty, Revvit, Ton-Ton, Ace, D-Structs, and all the awesome characters from the fantastic and action-packed world of Dinotrux! With text that's perfect for an emerging reader, kids will love reading all about their new favorite friends! DINOTRUX ©2016 DreamWorks Animation LLC.
"Zoos take care of animals and welcome visitors of all ages, but they also help us learn about at-risk species. Take a look behind the scenes and meet zoo scientists working to save endangered animals!"
An irresistible chapter book series from the New York Times bestselling author of A Dog's Purpose Puppy Tales featuring Lily, a rescue dog who rescues other animals! Lily lives with her girl, Maggie Rose. Once a stray, Lily was rescued by the kind people at the animal shelter run by Maggie Rose’s mom. Now she has a very important purpose: to rescue other animals in trouble. In Lily to the Rescue, Lily meets a crow with a broken wing, so she and Maggie Rose take the crow home to Mom. But when the crow starts to become too tame, some unexpected problems arise. It’s Lily to the rescue! More Puppy Tales for young readers by W. Bruce Cameron: Lily to the Rescue: Two Little Piggies Bailey’s Story Ellie’s Story Max’s Story Molly’s Story Shelby’s Story Toby’s Story At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
On July 22, 2012, the Chisholm Trail preschool class learned about the fiery furnace from the book of Daniel in the Bible. They were asked to paint a picture of an angel for their craft. Daniel Barnes, age two, painted the picture on the front cover. (He had only scribbled before that day.) On August 4, 2012, just two weeks after he painted his picture, tragedy struck. Daniel accidentally drowned at his third birthday party. God didn't reveal what the painting actually was until after Daniel had gone to heaven. All the extraordinary details of Daniel being taken to heaven are in his miraculous painting. Daniel had been wearing the exact color orange trunks and shirt as in the painting on the child (center of painting). Josh had jumped in from the side of the pool, just as the yellow person is jumping in the painting (far left). Daniel physically painted his angel that swooped down and rescued him that day, but God was guiding every stroke of that brush.
When Stu Pickles gives his latest invention, a toy called the WonderWinder, to Tommy and Chuckie, the new plaything gets out of control until Tommy remembers his model dinosaur, Reptar
The author of this book has practised being a Youth Worker for several years and tried to challenge bullying by teaching young people of the effects of bullying to the individual.. Using the theme of a Guardian Angel the author hopes to teach young people how to deal with bullying in the school yard and outside school. Giving practical tips that young people can use to increase their skills in dealing with bullying. In the long run increasing their confidence to ensure that young people continue to keep themselves safe. 'Oh Angel of God my guardian dear to who Gods love commits me here Ever this day be at my side to guard, rule and guide' Amen
"Based on the teleplay "Penny rescues a treasure" by Scott Albert."
New York Timesabestselling author Carolyn Hart's ghostly gumshoe Bailey Ruth Raeburn is frequently amusingabut this is the first time she's been a muse.When you wish upon a star, you getaBailey Ruth? You do if you're a little girl whose mom needs help and you touch the soft heart of Supervisor Wiggins at Heaven's Department of Good Intentions. Granted it's not the usual task of an emissary, but then again Bailey Ruth is not your usual emissary. So Wiggins dispatches the spunky spirit to her old hometown of Adelaide, Oklahoma, to help a single mother and struggling writer find some creative solutions to her problems. Deidre Davenport is just about broke, trying to support her two children, and has her hopes pinned on getting a faculty job with the Goddard College English department. Jay Knox, who is in charge of the writer's conference she's participating in, will decide who gets the job, but he's more interested in her body than her body of work. Not long after his advances are rejected, Knox turns up dead-and Deirdre's fingerprints are found on the murder weapon. Bailey Ruth knows Deirdre is innocent, and that the professor's lewd behavior is bound to have rubbed others the wrong way. Now she must find out who really knocked off Knox...if Deirdre and her family are ever going to have a happy ending.
When a mud puddle traps a pizza van, police car, tow truck, and other vehicles, a group of preschoolers comes along and saves the day. Full-color illustrations.
"Describes levers, including what they are, how they work, past uses, and common uses of these simple machines today"--Provided by publisher.
It's 1940 and Nazi bombs are raining down on London, but 13-year-old bike messenger Jack has just discovered something unbelievable: a stray dog with a surprising talent. Jack navigates the smoky, ash-covered streets of London amid air raid sirens and falling bombs, dodging shrapnel and listening for cries for help, as a bike messenger for fire crews. When Jack finds a dog, miraculously still alive after the latest Nazi bombing of London, he realizes there's something extra special about the shaggy pup--he can smell people who are trapped under debris. With his new canine companion, nicknamed Rip because of the dog's torn ear, maybe Jack can do more than just relay messages back-and-forth--he can actually save lives. And if Jack's friend Paula is right about the impending Nazi invasion, he and Rip will need to do all they can to help Jewish families like hers. There's just one problem: Jack has to convince his ill-tempered father to let him keep Rip. Based on true episodes during the London Blitz in World War II, this action-packed and touching story explores the beginnings of search-and-rescue dogs and the bravery and resourcefulness of young people determined to do their part for their country.
When 20 yr old Eva learns her employer Ms. Bernadette of Ferncliff Estate is not going to pass away on her deathbed, Eva becomes drawn into an undiscovered part of her mistress's past life. Hearing a cry for help coming from the woods on the estate one day, Eva and Ms. Bernadette tumble into another realm called Demistrath, a familiar place and people to Bernadette, but totally new to Eva, who comes along to assist her 70 year old boss. Eva tries to make sense of this new realm and how Ms. Bernadette was connected to it in the past, but soon learns it is Eva herself who is the person of interest to the druids, dwarves, elves, fairies and witches that inhabit Demistrath. Traveling between realms, dimensions, continents and worlds, Eva is drawn into a destiny she must embrace or return to her ordinary life in Virginia.
Never before published essays by the widely admired psychologist of art. Arnheim spiritedly asserts art's fundamental achievements. Rudolf Arnheim has spent a lifetime analyzing the basic psychological principles that make works of visual art meaningful, stirring, indispensable, and lasting. But recent fashionable attitudes and theories about art, he argues, are undermining the foundation of artistic achievement itself. The essays collected in this volume are written in his familiar, careful, and solidly supported manner, but under present circumstances they amount to a call to arms. Included is a series of miniature monographs on a variety of great works of art. In other essays, Arnheim uncovers enlightening perspectives in the art of the blind, in architectural space, in caricature, and in the work of psychotics and autistic children. He also presents new scientific aspects on the psychology of art and widens our range of vision by connecting art with language, literature, and religion.
Greta wants to go on an overnight trip with her mother and her friend, but first she must find a way to make their plant-watering robot feed the cat while they are away.
By looking over the shoulders of fourteen forward-thinking, proactive HR professionals, you will gain a lifetime's worth of experience. These experts reveal how you can demonstrate your value to your organization by offering human resource solutions to organizational problems. Find out how these practicing human resource professionals went beyond their traditional HR roles and actually helped shape the futures of companies such as: * Thermo King * Colgate-Palmolive * Swiss Bank Corporation-Warburg * Den Danske Bank * Oticon * Berlex Laboratories 'HR to the rescue' tells you in complete detail exactly how the fourteen practitioners helped their companies achieve their strategic business objectives. You will see how they diagnosed the situations, determined what HR could contribute, designed new programs and processes to drive and sustain behavior change, and worked with organization leaders to ensure the success of their change management efforts. These insightful cases provide you with a true-to-life perspective. They illustrate what really happens in this imperfect world of organizations, where things rarely go as planned. Learn the lessons these practitioners have to share - and then step in, both affirmed and refreshed, to rescue your business with effective, integrated HR solutions.
Tom is in trouble. He is hanging precariously from a ledge on the edge of a cliff and his friend Alex is desperately trying to get help for him. But will he be able to find the strength in himself to hold on until help arrives? This thought-provoking story was written by Alan Durant.
Chloe wished she could understand what it was she felt about Ivan. She had seen him in so many ways during the past few weeks: first he was a drowning victim to be rescued by her, then he was a bodyguard to her father's colleague, Dr. Slivskuya, then he was a mystery, then a possible killer. His identity had changed by the moment, but all the time that she's known him, even when he was holding a gun in her parent's bedroom, Chloe was never really afraid of him. Adventure with the perceptive Chloe York, as she learns that life is not always as simple as right or wrong, friend or enemy. The lives of the inhabitants and visitors in the sleepy university town of Baskindale, Pennsylvania, will be drastically reshaped—not only by what happens to them, but also by how they choose to react. Follow through the eyes of a bright girl who's been raised to trust her instincts.
Mitch, Ben and their dad have gone canoeing on the river when they see that a duckling is suck in a current around some rock and it cant keep up with the mother duck. Will they be able to help the little duckling back to its mother?
"Describes pulleys, including what they are, how they work, past uses, and common uses of these simple machines today"--Provided by publisher.
Shares the inspirational story of African-American inventor Garrett Morgan, whose incredible safety hood became a forerunner to the gas masks that saved thousands of soldiers during World War I.