Tells story of Irena Sendler who organized the rescue of 2,500 Jewish children during World War II, and the teenagers who started the investigation into Irena's heroism.
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This book provides readers with a factual study of the meaning of dyslexia. The author journeys through time back to the sixties and seventies at school life with corporal punishment. Stephen then balances the school systems of the sixties to the school life today, and compares just how much help is available today. The author uses examples of people who suffer from dyslexia, including his own experience. He then demonstrates how people can become successful despite their disability using celebrities as examples. Finally, the author looks at the prison system and how many prisoners are affected by dyslexia.
Who is the author of this book? Lorena Melinte loves reading as well as writing stories. She was in grade 8 when she wrote "Life in a Jar", a story inspired by friends and the twisted turn of situations everyone experiences at times. Besides reading and writing, Lorena enjoys studying math and science, as well as hiking and spending time with her family and her dog, Ginger. She hopes to receive our comments and support to continue putting her thoughts on paper for us all.
SuperSummary, a modern alternative to SparkNotes and CliffsNotes, offers high-quality study guides for challenging works of literature. This 103-page guide for "Life In A Jar" by Jack Mayer includes detailed chapter summaries and analysis covering 34 chapters, as well as several more in-depth sections of expert-written literary analysis. Featured content includes commentary on major characters, 25 important quotes, essay topics, and key themes like The Power of the Individual and The Role of History.
"King of the country, boss of the stix!" Hip Hop has long made braggadocio a work requirement, often for the same "show" factor that arrives when aspiring rappers rent jewelry and nice cars to wear and drive in their music videos. With Big Smo, everything about him as a superstar is authentic: from the farm in middle Tennessee he shot the majority of his music videos, television show, and continues to live and raise his three daughters on to the family Moonshine recipe and even the head of a live chicken he personally cut off to great controversy in his now legendary Kickin' It in Tennessee video. By far the biggest star of the country rap genre he helped invent and put on the national map with the help of well over 70 million Youtube views, he remains the first and only country rapper to date to ever sign a major label record deal with Warner Bros. With a catalog of 10 albums, including highlights like American Made, Kuntry Livin, which spawned the hits Workin' and Anything Goes, We the People, and Special Reserve among other fan favorites, Smo cultivated a fervent fanbase--affectionately referred to as Kinfoke--and brought them to the mainstream as the grassroots fire was soon blazing hotly enough to capture the Wall Street Journal's attention. A natural ambassador for his listeners' lifestyle with a star personality so charismatic he wound up with his own A&E reality show--another first for his genre--more than 2 million fans made it so officially when The Big Smo Show debuted in June 2014 on A&E and ran for two seasons. Now, Smo tells all in My Life in a Jar: The Book of Smo.
In her third cookbook, creator and founder of the Cultured Food Life blog and author of Cultured Food for Life and Cultured Food for Health Donna Schwenk offers over 100 probiotic recipes for the on-the-go lifestyle. These cultured food recipes are easy-to-make and all portable in jars. Schwenk covers everything from the basics like making your own kefir, kombucha and nondairy milks, to snacks and beverages, to filling, savory meals. Complete with full-colour photos and clear, thorough instructions, Cultured Food in a Jar offers an accessible, mouthwatering approach to probiotic eating and gut health.
This highly anticipated follow-up to the critically acclaimed and bestselling picture book In a Jar stars one little bunny dealing with some very big feelings. Llewellyn does not like to feel afraid or sad, angry, lonely, or embarrassed. And so he comes up with a brilliant plan: he tucks each of his feelings into jars and hides them away where they won't bother him anymore. But when he gets in trouble in class, Llewellyn finds he needs to put away excitement too. And when joy is quickly followed by disappointment, he decides to get rid of joy as well. After a while, Llewellyn walks around not feeling much of anything at all. And what happens when his emotions refuse to be bottled up any longer? In this richly illustrated and universally relatable picture book, Llewellyn soon discovers that life is more colorful when he sets his emotions free. And only then, by facing and embracing each of his feelings, is he finally able to let them go.
Discover 101 quick tips on resolving conflicts, strengthening relationships, improving communication, inspiring creativity, and more.
During the Vietnam War the United States government waged a massive, secret air war in neighboring Laos. Two million tons of bombs were dropped on one million people. Fred Branfman, an educational advisor living in Laos at the time, interviewed over 1,000 Laotian survivors. Shocked by what he heard and saw, he urged them to record their experiences in essays, poems, and pictures. Voices from the Plain of Jars was the result of that effort. When first published in 1972, this book was instrumental in exposing the bombing. In this expanded edition, Branfman follows the story forward in time, describing the hardships that Laotians faced after the war when they returned to find their farm fields littered with cluster munitions—explosives that continue to maim and kill today.
Raised a Presbyterian and later turned teenage Jesus Freak, D. Willson offers a humorously riddled memoir of her life - her spiritual life, that is. Her honest commentary on faith is like discussing religion with a friend over coffee, battling disagreements with love and understanding, or grasping each other's hands across the table because you realize you are not alone. Wherever you stand on the matters of faith and God, there is something in this story that will strike you. Whether it warms your heart or pisses you off, emotions are a very good thing. Jar Half Full lays bare the complexity of faith and reason. It will cause you to think. And thinking is a very, very good thing.
- Author : J. a. r Marriott
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 1908
- Genre : Uncategorized
- Pages : 231
- ISBN : OCLC:867956843
First time author, Ann Cane, writes an inspirational and heartfelt book that is part memoir and part theory. She masterfully intertwines her own life experiences with a refreshing take on the meaning of life that is as much about the reader as it is about the author. From start to finish, The Pixie Dust Theory unfolds as the reader goes on a journey with the author in understanding that we each have a purpose in life and a jar from which we work. One cannot help but take away valuable insight and a simpler understanding of the complexities of life while never losing sight of the power of the pixie dust.
The Cookie Jar is a story of a boy named Khari, and his life lesson about honesty. Khari is a young boy learning life lessons through experiences with family and friends. The name Khari is of Arabic origin meaning "kingly" or "charitable." Khari wears a king's crown on his head, symbolizing that we are all Kings and Queens in our own way. This story follows Khari through his life lesson involving his precious grandmother, his love for chocolate fudge cookies, and his after school routine, while including important education elements.
In the days before the Civil War, a young enslaved girl and her older brother help slaves escape to freedom using the Underground Railroad quilt code.