Coleen - the Question Girl

Author: Arlie Russell Hochschild

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781367458185

Category:

Page: N.A

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Coleen is a young girl who can't seem to stop asking questions. Out they come: pop pop pop. She asks them to her brother, her mom, her dad, her doctor, the mayor-to anyone who might know the answer. Sometimes people tire of Coleen's questioning. Until one day, when Coleen thinks she could find some important answers of her own.Arlie Hochschild is Professor Emerita of Sociology at the University of California, Berkeley, where her internationally acclaimed scholarship focuses on gender, the family, labour, emotion and politics. Among her books are The Second Shift, The Time Bind and in 2016, Strangers in Their Own Land. Arlie wrote Coleen the Question Girl when her first son was three. It was one of the first titles published by the Feminist Press in 1974.This edition of Coleen the Question Girl, back in print after four decades, is published by Invisible Spaces of Parenthood (artists Kim Dhillon and Andrea Francke), with new illustrations by Rhiannon Williams.

Women Confronting Retirement

A Nontraditional Guide

Author: Nan Bauer Maglin,Alice Radosh

Publisher: Rutgers University Press

ISBN: 9780813531267

Category: Social Science

Page: 378

View: 1860

In this nontraditional guide, the editors showcase the voices of 38 women as they confront the need to redefine who they are when they leave the workplace behind them. 34 photos.

Young Adult Literature in the Seventies

A Selection of Readings

Author: Jana Varlejs

Publisher: Metuchen, N.J. : Scarecrow Press

ISBN: N.A

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 452

View: 9730

An introduction to the field of adolescent literature for parents and professionals suggests books and compiles information on young adult reading interests, the state of the art, trends, and controversies

The Girl Sleuth

A Feminist Guide

Author: Bobbie Ann Mason

Publisher: Feminist Press

ISBN: N.A

Category: Social Science

Page: 144

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The Wedding Planner's Daughter

Author: Coleen Paratore

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 0689873409

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 200

View: 7689

Desperately wanting to have a father in her life, twelve-year-old Willa finds the perfect match for her hardworking mother via her handsome English teacher, but when it appears to Willa that her mother is moving too slow for her own good, Willa decides to take action into her own hands in order to make the necessary magic happen.

The Life of Shenveda

Author: Danielle Pettibone

Publisher: First Edition Design Pub.

ISBN: 1506907687

Category: Fiction

Page: N.A

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Two things are important to the Elcotts: Family and Shenveda. In that order. Struggling against the past, popular culture, and the media Anne must fight for her future. A country at war, a family at war, and one woman caught in the middle. Keywords: Fiction, Media, Politics, Narcotics, Drugs, Family, Advertising, Popular Culture, Feminism, Election

The Harbinger

Author: Coleen D'Andrea

Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing

ISBN: 1606937995

Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 412

View: 6317

Step back in time with an enchanting heroine who will capture your heart and have you believing in destiny and serendipitous encounters. Peyton Miller is a disillusioned society wife and budding artist. While seeking solace through her painting, a mysterious crow leads her to a strange box hidden in the crumbled foundation of an abandoned cottage. The unusual artifacts inside the box sweep her into a maelstrom of terror that renders her unconscious. When she awakens, an elderly woman dressed in colonial garb seems mistake Peyton for the woman she claims is her grandchild, Rachel. Terrified and disoriented, Peyton reluctantly accompanies the woman to a puritanical home where she must assume the life of Rachel Landry, a woman married to a sea captain in Salem, Massachusetts. Peyton is somehow trapped in the 17th century, the year before the witch trials begin. Peyton struggles to adapt to her primitive surroundings and fights to prevent the persecution of innocent women in a village harboring a dark secret. As she becomes acclimated to her strange new life, she comes to understand why she had never been happy in the 21st century-the love of her life belongs to a distant past. Coleen D'Andrea's brilliant storytelling blends a modern-day woman's hopes and desires with New England lore. This tender and perfectly constructed debut novel will win your heart and have you reading well into the night.

The Cupid Chronicles

Author: Coleen Murtagh Paratore

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1439108196

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 224

View: 3458

When the only library in Bramble, Cape Cod, announces it's in danger of closing its doors, the town residents have got to raise BIG money and FAST. Thirteen-year-old Willa Havisham must put her crush on Joey Kennelly on the back burner to save the library, but the question is: How? Willa's best friend, Tina, is positive that her compatibility test, expertly designed to match up every girl in school with her "perfect match," will raise the money and get everyone paired up for the Midwinter Night's Ball. Willa, an old-fashioned romantic, is not so sure. But with a little help from Shakespeare, a Southern beauty queen, and Cupid himself, romance is striking all over Bramble. Readers will be swooning until the stroke of midnight with this delightful sequel to The Wedding Planner's Daughter.

The Truth About Teaching

What I Wish the Veterans Had Told Me

Author: Coleen Armstrong

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780470563953

Category: Education

Page: 208

View: 5949

A beautiful gift book that offers encouragement, comfort, and inspiration for new (and veteran) teachers This beautifully designed book is a celebration of the joys and challenges of the teaching life. Author and veteran educator Coleen Armstrong is a wise, witty, and caring mentor. Her words of encouragement will resonate with new teachers, with students in teacher education schools, and with veteran teachers who wish to remember that they are not alone in an often lonely profession. From lesson plans to large classes; salaries to student engagement; germs to geometry-learning (or remembering) to love both the highs and lows of the profession has never been easier, or more fun. Contains a wealth of wise, humorous, and practical advice for all teachers Includes over 150 tips, suggestions, and ideas Co-published with Inspiring Teachers, a teacher-created organization