Learning new facial expressions and mouth movements can be great fun, just ask Sam! Moving the tongue and mouth in different ways is an effective way of strengthening facial muscles, teaching children about emotions and encouraging speech. Children will love copying Sam and Timmy Tongue's silly faces and improve their facial strength and dexterity in the process. This simple picture book will be an invaluable resource for any parent, teacher or professional looking to encourage children to talk and laugh by making funny facial expressions.
Author: Karina Hopper
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Nobody Ever Told Me (Or My Mother) That! : Everything from Bottles and Breathing to Healthy Speech Development fills a missing niche in the child rearing world. It explains everything from the basics of nursing, to SIDS, to facial massage; finishing with the secrets to good speech development and your child's best natural appearance. Written by an SLP with over 30 years experience, this book is a wealth of necessary information for any new parent.
Everything from Bottles and Breathing to Healthy Speech Development
Author: Diane Bahr
Publisher: Future Horizons
Category: Health & Fitness
Meet the Frostys, resident gaggle of geese at Sunny Spot Farm, and share their many adventures throughout the year. Meet Maurice, the pleasant-natured gander, and Star, his practical and fierce wife. Meet Star’s sisters, Seashell—plump, matronly, and obsessed with food—and last but not the least, the youngest, Dot, a timid and simple soul. Meet all their friends, Pigeon, Jean Claude and Jenson, Fish, Gertrude, and the regimented Major Frank, a self-styled military cockerel and his band of Chucky Duckys. Enjoy their simple outlook on everything from bathing to the changing seasons, their admiration for the natural spectacles that occur around them and their wonder at the man-made ones. Discover how they deal with everyday life and extraordinary events from thwarting a thieving crow to aiding a lost ostrich. Witness their solidarity as they encounter birds of prey, hungry foxes, and bad food. Meet the Frostys is a bird’s-eye view of a year in the life of Sunny Spot Farm’s very unusual geese.
Author: Joanna Browning
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Jack Stoner is having a bad day. A psycho thief wants to kill him for being a snitch, a serial killer has set him up as a murder suspect, and hes about to cross paths with an organized crime boss, which will cause a sexy female F.B.I. Agent to enter his life and add to his troubles. On top of all this, hes having problems remembering he is really a cop named Jake Slater, who has been left undercover far too long. Follow him through Nevadas glitter towns on an emotional and action-packed tour of the dirty little secret Law Enforcement calls undercover work.
Author: Jeff Kaye
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
This unique resource helps educators spark young children's interest in learning the alphabet and develop beginning reading skills right from the beginning to the close of school. Included are over 500 ready-to-use individual and classroom activities designed to be used sequentially, from one month to the next, to build skills, relate reading to other curriculum areas, and foster children's enthusiasm for books and learning to read. All activities are organized into nine monthly sections, September through May/June, and include over 100 activity sheets. Each month includes a list of 10 picture books for daily reading, phonics and other basic skills instructions, "ABC Marching Band Letters" for learning letter-sound connections, reading links to holidays and special events, reading links to writing, math, social studies, science & health, author-of-the-month studies and activities, plus 10-13 illustrated reproducible activities.
A Complete Month-by-Month Activities Program for Beginning Readers
Author: Elizabeth Crosby Stull
EARLY CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCES IN LANGUAGE ARTS: EARLY LITERACY, Eleventh Edition responds to national legislation, professional standards, and public concern about the development of young children's language and foundational literacy skills by providing current research-based instructional strategies in early language development. Activities throughout emphasize the relationship between listening, speaking, reading, writing (print), and viewing in language arts areas. This text addresses the cultural and ethnic diversity of children and provides techniques and tips for adapting curricula. Theory is followed by how-to suggestions and plentiful examples of classic books and stories, poems, finger plays, flannel board and alphabet experiences, puppetry, language games, drama, and phonemic and phonetic awareness activities. Students will also learn how, as teachers, they can best interact with children to promote appropriate language development, and how they can create a print-rich environment in the classroom. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Author: Jeanne M. Machado
Publisher: Cengage Learning
Leben als "christlicher Genießer"
Author: John Piper
Containing ... Instructions for ... Hunting ... Fishing ... Cocking ... With the Various Methods to be Observed in Breeding ... of Horses ... Also, the Management of ... Ducks ... Singing-birds, Etc. ...
Author: rebecca s. pollard
For many years, Ade Simmons has been an outsider, trapped in an abusive relationship, seeking sanctuary in his job as a radio producer, and in the checklists he makes in an attempt to regain control of his sorry excuse of a life. Actor Kris Johansson is patient, gentle and passionate—everything that Ade’s ex-boyfriend is not. When Kris takes a role in one of Ade’s plays, the attraction is mutual and instant. It is the turning point for Ade. He can either stay on the same path, with Fergus—the bully who has repressed, used and isolated him from his friends and family—or he can look in the other direction, towards Kris—the handsome actor with family and friends who readily accept him. But Fergus will not give up his punchbag so easily—can Ade finally find the strength to fight back?
Author: Debbie McGowan
Publisher: Beaten Track Publishing
Arches Treasure Nancy Duncan and her partner, Bobbi OBrien, are on vacation in Southern Utah, perusing the giant structures of red clay and white slick rock. In the Arches National Monument, Nancy uncovers a partially buried broken chain attached to a light blue stone. It is encased by barely readable engraving and appears to be Hebrew or Arabic. Friends, Rakki Morari and Shalom Levi, help Nancy and Bobbi pursue the mystery of the stone as it leads them to historical sites, Anasazi tribal members, and connections to new and old world mythologies and practices. Mystery at the Escalantes Just when Nancy and Bobbi are unwinding from their last adventure, they find a recently slain body of a young girl and some bones that date back over fifty years. After realizing a murder has been committed, they call on Tim OBrien, Bobbis uncle and retired police officer, for protection. Coroner Quinn harbors the women and their friends, Rakki and Shalom. Taken back in time, the travels of Jessie and Josh Browning are interspersed throughout the reading, and Rakki and Shalom have a baby.
Author: Rosemary Dunn Dalton
This story was written to see your enemies eyes. Melvin was the typical black teen that was raised to dislike whites for his own personal reasons. He lived his life on the edge until he was forced into a world that he had never dreamed of, and now he must choose life over love of his enemies.
(Who Am I?)
Author: Robert Lee Perry
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Synthetic Method of Reading and Spelling. Designed to Accompany Synthetic Readers and Spellers
Author: Rebecca Smith Pollard
Category: Orthography and spelling
In antiquity she was born, and on the modern streets she walks. Who is she? What is she? Half woman, half wolf, she represents everything we want to be and would fear ever to be. She is a wanderer and has lived in many places, but now we encounter her in her current abode of Buenos Aires, Argentina. She uses the name Diana and works as a sous-chef, in order to assimilate herself into normal life. She has many talents, and is gifted with keen insight. In her human form, she has an odd way of being able to help people, but her curse still afflicts her. She must kill to survive. Brutal murders are being discovered around the city, and a man investigating them will cross paths with her in a chance meeting. They encounter each other again, at a Tango dance hall, and neither would ever be the same after that. She has to be wary about her relationships with humans, but will she let herself go this time? Will she be able to explore human emotion on a deeper level, perhaps putting at risk the life of the very man who manages to open her heart? Will he find out that the woman he has fallen for is the very monster he is trying to catch? This is a chilling novel, but it also deals with the human psyche, duality, exploring other sides of ourselves, tapping into our senses, a womans power, vulnerability, love, detachment, mortality, societys hypocrisy, and of course- how appearances can be deceiving. Not only can appearances be deceiving, but often people dont even know themselves
Author: Kimberly Olsen
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation