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  • From cotton to T-shirt - Read On
    Home Fiction F From cotton to T shirt From cotton to T shirt Author Nelson Robin Publisher Lerner Publications Co 2013 ISBN 9780761365617 lib bdg alk paper Find in Library

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  • From wax to crayon - Read On
    Details Home Fiction F From wax to crayon From wax to crayon Author Nelson Robin Publisher Lerner Publications Co 2013 ISBN 9780761391838 lib bdg alk paper Find in Library Reader

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  • The goddess chronicle - Read On
    but headstrong learns to live in her sister s shadow On her sixth birthday Kamikuu is presented with a feast of sea serpent egg soup sashimi and salted fish and a string of pure pearls Kamikuu has been chosen as the next Oracle while Namima is shocked to discover she must serve the goddess of darkness So begins an adventure that will take Namima from her first experience of love

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  • Nobody asked the pea - Read On
    9780823422241 lib bdg Find in Library Reader Reviews Annotation Summary Readers might think they know the story of Hans Christian Andersen s The Princess and the Pea but some characters in the story wold take issue with them In this retelling one gets to have a say even the pea the crucial member of the cast This clever version of a favorite fairy tale is perfect for learning all about

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  • Lean in : women, work, and the will to lead / Sheryl Sandberg. - Read On
    find work that they love and to remain passionately engaged with it at the highest levels throughout their lives Lean In Sheryl Sandberg s provocative inspiring book about women and power grew out of an electrifying TED talk Sandberg gave in 2010 in which she expressed her concern that progress for women in achieving major leadership positions had stalled The talk became a phenomenon and has since been viewed nearly

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  • Katie and the puppy next door - Read On
    of tug of war with Katie s favorite toy Katie realizes she can be happy sharing Himmelman s pencil and watercolor illustrations were rendered in soft blues greens and purples Emotions are expressed through the pictures and sound words appear in different colors and fonts Children who are possessive of their belongings may see themselves in Katie Tanya Boudreau Cold Lake Public Library AB Canada c Copyright 2013 Library Journals LLC a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source Inc No redistribution permitted Book list From Booklist Copyright American Library Association Used with permission Katie is a spotted terrier perfectly happy at home with her young owner Sara Ann and the three cats who also reside there Then a new neighbor Elizabeth comes over with a fat dachshund named Ruby In the blink of an eye Ruby is playing with the cats eating Katie s kibble even chewing Katie s squeaky bone Katie is beside herself The cats are MY friends not hers Sara Ann explains the concept of sharing to Katie who good dog that she is tries to ignore Ruby s breaches the next time the dog comes over Finally unable to hold in her feelings a moment longer

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  • Jemmy button. - Read On
    longing guilt and awe an assortment of feelings that might make the book more attractive to grownups than to children Ages 4 7 Mar c Copyright PWxyz LLC All rights reserved School Library Journal c Copyright 2010 Library Journals LLC a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source Inc No redistribution permitted Gr 1 3 This picture book is based on the true story of Orundellico a boy from Tierra del Fuego who was taken to Victorian England by a British sea captain The captain gave the child s family a mother of pearl button in exchange for him hence his nickname Jemmy Button The boy experienced the music food and education of England but realized where he belonged when he returned home These historical details are related via an endnote but the story itself wisely focuses on the emotions and sensory experiences of Orundellico s journey From the cover where he peeks out through lush greenery to the vast visions of the night sky over the island illustrations of Orundellico s home pop with color The scenes in England in contrast feature muted tones with people who appear only as silhouettes emphasizing the boy s sense of displacement This treatment brings the story home for young readers and provides an excellent discussion starter Kathleen Kelly MacMillan Carroll County Public Library MD c Copyright 2013 Library Journals LLC a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source Inc No redistribution permitted Book list From Booklist Copyright American Library Association Used with permission At the beginning of this title a boy sits on the highest branch of a jungle gazing up at the moon in a cloudless sky Close to the end the boy sits atop the highest roof in the city gazing at a sky clogged with thick clouds that resemble a choking

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  • Crowdstorm the future of innovation, ideas, and problem solving - Read On
    Historically organizations have looked to their employees and select partners They have used techniques like brainstorming to gather and evaluate ideas However in today s market talent and new ideas can be found everywhere The Internet has enabled organizations to greatly expand their searches far beyond their four walls Instead of ten or one hundred people organizations from startups to Fortunate 500 firms can work with thousands or tens of thousands to discover and assess many many more ideas as well as prototypes partners and people We call this Crowdstorming But how do you organize so many people and ideas to get the best results Our goal is to help our readers make Crowdstorming work to help more organizations engage with people far beyond their organizational borders to find better ideas solutions talent and partners so we can address some of our most challenging problems not just for the sake of business but for our society too Shaun Abrahamson has spent more than a decade as an early stage investor and advisor partnering with leading startups and global organizations to identify create and launch new businesses enabled by newly possible relationships with customers and experts Peter Ryder is the former

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