Explore the word with Thomas and his friends! Read along and find out! Search 7 brightly illustrated scenes for hidden characters and objects. Toddlers can search, point, match, and compare all on their own, no reading required! Then, turn to the last pages of the book for even more Look and Find activities that caregivers and children can enjoy together. Look and Find play encourages focus and exploration, and helps build early learning skills.
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Readers follow their favorite characters through various scenes, while searching for hard-to-find clues, characters and/or items. Also includes more challenges in the back of the book. Includes full-color illustrations, activities and challenges.
On December 6, 2014, Maria Coadys only son, Thomas, died unexpectedly after a tragic motorcycle accident left him with irreversible brain injuries. The passenger on his bike also died of similar injuries. He was 22 years old and a promising pre-medicine Biology major at the university where Maria worked as a professor. Thomas was her closest ally, voice of reason, and teacher of life. Most days, Maria found it impossible to believe that Thomas was gone. Her life became divided into two parts: before Thomas died and after Thomas died. As she struggled through shock, anguish, heartbreak, and deep despair, Maria tried to make sense of her world. She wondered how other parents dealt with their grief and how life could go on without her son in it. This is Marias unique story. It is about what she experienced the first year after the loss of her son, and the ways that she tried to cope, and the strategies she used to survive. This is a story that offers affirmation and hope to parents who have faced a similar loss, and insight to those who seek to understand the loss of a child.
All aboard for an adventure with Thomas! Packed with simple activities to entertain young fans, plus stickers to encourage interactive play. Children ages 2, 3 and 4 will love all the activities, including dot to dots, spot the differences, colouring pages and mazes. Featuring all your favourite engine friends like Percy, James, Gordon and Toby! Look out for other Thomas book, including Magic Painting, Search and Find and Funny Faces Sticker Book. Thomas has been teaching children lessons about life and friendship for over 70 years. He ranks alongside other beloved character such as Paddington Bear, Winnie-the-Pooh and Peter Rabbit as an essential part of our literary heritage.
Educates readers about racism and the negative effects it has on humanity by giving examples of racist behavior and teaching about the acceptance of different cultures and lifestyles.
- Author : Anonim
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 1888
- Genre : Uncategorized
- Pages : 483
- ISBN : HARVARD:32044086450103
Belinda Weatherhead has secretly loved Thomas Rawlinson her entire life. Tortured by seeing him every day, the easy friendship he shares with her brother makes him off-limits. So when he leaves town unexpectedly, Belinda decides that it is time she got over him and found herself a man who can see her as she really is. Thomas Rawlinson has always been restless. He longs to get away from the confines of his ranching family, knowing he simply doesn't fit in there. But a year in Philadelphia has him missing the family he loves, and he longs to find a way to return, and to somehow save face whilst doing so. Finding an advertisement in the newspaper, he replies, not knowing how much it will change his life. But, will he like what he finds when he finally meets his mystery woman, or will there be another surprise he simply wasn't expecting?
- Author : George Anastaplo
- Publisher : University Press of Kentucky
- Release Date : 2007-02-16
- Genre : Law
- Pages : 336
- ISBN : 9780813137308
The guarantee of free speech enshrined in the U.S. Bill of Rights draws upon two millennia of Western thought about the value and necessity of free inquiry. Acclaimed legal scholar George Anastaplo traces the philosophical development of the idea of free inquiry from Plato's Apology to Socrates to John Milton's Areopagitica. He describes how these seminal texts and others by such diverse thinkers as St. Paul, Thomas More, and John Stuart Mill influenced the formation and the earliest applications of the First Amendment. Anastaplo also focuses on the critical free speech implications of a dozen Supreme Court cases and shows how First Amendment interpretations have evolved in response to modern events. Reflections on Freedom of Speech and the First Amendment grounds its vision of America's most basic freedoms in the intellectual traditions of Western political philosophy, providing crucial insight into the legal challenges of the future through the lens of the past.
GOD IS ANGRY The severest storms ever recorded are ripping Samaria apart. Desert has become swamp, hurricanes howl over ferocious seas. The peoples of a once simple world have turned against their centuries-old faith, embracing new technology, squabbling over land, hopelessly repeating history all over again. The leaders of Samaria - the archangels and Oracles - look on helplessly. Where once they could talk to the heavens, they are now greeted with a terrible silence. It is up to godless Caleb, who dreams of flying like the Angels, to discover the incredible cause of the chaos . . .
- Author : Anonim
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 1857
- Genre : English periodicals
- Pages : 231
- ISBN : NYPL:33433105652204
The barrel should have contained books - instead it held treasure and a severed head... Gil Cunningham and his old acquaintance, Glasgow merchant Augie Morison, expecting a delivery of books from the Low Countries, report the gruesome substitute to the Provost, and at the inquest the next morning Morison is accused of the murder and imprisoned. He appeals to Gil, who sets out with his friend and future father in law Maistre Pierre, the French master-mason, to find the treasure's owner, trace the barrel and identify the dead man. The trail they follow leads them from the court of James IV at Stirling via a cooper's yard in Linlithgow, to another death on the bare slopes of the Pentland Hills.
Cobbett s Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High Treason and Other Crimes and Misdemeanors from the Earliest Period 1163 to the Present Time 1820
- Author : Thomas Bayly Howell
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 1818
- Genre : Trials
- Pages : 231
- ISBN : GENT:900000220451
A collection of short stories exploring the world of work through the eyes of Donna Kakonge that can be experienced through many.
"May Robert's wonderful life and work and heart keep helping others to know that inherent in life . . . is Love." - from the foreword by Daniel Ladinsky "I didn't have much time for poetry when I was young," Robert Holden writes in the introduction to this elegant and inspiring book. "Maybe I was in too much of a hurry. . . . Fortunately for me, one poem after another found their way through my defenses and came to my rescue. Slowly, but surely, I began to see that inside each poem there was a gift waiting for me. A gift to help open up something inside of me-a new awareness, an epiphany, a cure for loneliness, renewed courage, and a call to action." Finding Love Everywhere offers that same gift to you. A luminous collection of original poetry set within a framework of deep wisdom from an acclaimed teacher, it invites you on a journey that will move you and transform you as you awaken to the awareness of love's presence all around you. The 66½ poems in these pages "are meditations with lyrics," Robert explains. "They invite you to be wise, to choose love, and to live your most authentic life."
The Wandering Vine trilogy is based on three aspects of a spiritual journey through life. Even My Family, book one, is about finding your own path and following it. Cries of Freedom, book two, is about surrounding yourself with unconditional love. Once Again, book three, is about releasing bad karma. In Cries of Freedom, book two, the heroine, Elizabeth Randolph, must travel the path she stepped onto when she rejected her parents’ ideology and helped slaves escape from her father’s plantation. Banished from her parents’ Virginia plantation on the eve of the Civil War, Elizabeth travels North to raise the daughter of a slave. She wants to create the supportive, loving family her parents never gave her. But how? As a Southerner on Beacon Hill in Boston during the Civil War, anti-Southern abolitionists, narrow minds, and conflict surround her. And yet she is the one trying to raise a child with African heritage. George Parkman, an older, respected Bostonian, manages Elizabeth’s inheritance from her great aunt. He has loved her since the first day they met but, because he feels inferior to the Randolph family, he has never made his feelings known. Elizabeth wonders if he’ll consider her a burden when she arrives in Boston. John Appleton, a freethinking architect, was engaged to marry Elizabeth, but after Boston Brahmins financed John Brown’s raid at Harpers Ferry her father broke the engagement. John begged Elizabeth to run away with him, but she refused and couldn’t tell him that she was staying to help two slaves escape. She does not know if he will still be waiting for her. Gabe Charles, her father’s slave, has been her best friend since they nursed together at his mother’s breasts. If he survived his escape to Canada, there is no way to know when it will be safe for him to live in Boston. The Fugitive Slave Act allows no safe haven in the United States. Now a free man, she wonders if he will be able to pick up their relationship where it left off.