List's Title. List's Description. Delete List. ALL Children Fiction Stock Status. Publication Year. Display 61 - 80 from results. Fear Ain't All That. How in the world did fear ever become so popular, especially when it never should have existed in the first place? Why were we put here to do what we want, if we end up being too afraid to do it? For twelve-year old Miguel Estes, it's a necessity. Miguel happens to live with a fatal form of the skin-blistering disease E. Through his insightful aunt, through his dreams about his brother Jorge in.. Read More. Add to My List. Added to Cart.
La Luz de Tu Corazan. When a young boy asks, Who are you, Mr. With the help of Sister Star, he discovers his inner light, a light he also sees in all those around him. From the plants and the animals to the sea and the sky, he learns that he is part of everything, and everything is part of him. The nondenominational approach to the concepts of oneness and higher self offers children a wonderful introduction to spirituality and presents the essence of all religions without explicit references to God. This vibrantly illustrated picture book's enduring message of unity makes it a timeless addition to any child s..
Special Order. Buku Special Order biasanya dipenuhi dalam minggu. Tidak bisa menggabungkan buku ini dengan buku lain dalam satu order. Junya's grandfather is a billionaire who keeps the secret to his success hidden in a heavily guarded safe. His mother is a martial artist who wields a razor-sharp katana-and seems to read his mind.
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And a mysterious girl in a Japanese school uniform can knock him over-literally-with just a look. What do they know that he doesn't? Junya's life takes a dangerous turn on his sixteenth birthday, when someone sets out to destroy not only the family's business empire-the one that he's set to inherit-but Junya himself. He's fighting for his life, and doesn't know who to trust.
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What has his family been keeping from him? Junya's journey takes him from the narrow streets o.. Perry Sees: About Awareness and Intuition. This coloring book story shares that every cell in our body carries an electromagnetic charge and the water in those cells feed that charge, like a battery.
We essentially radiate with that charge, or energy. This electromagnetic energy that people emit resonates with their emotional vibration. Emotions and physical imbalances tend to alter the vibration and, because color varies depending upon the vibration of light, a person's aura reflects what is going on with that person. Perry and his dog, Chumley, sense things and respond according to what they feel.
This article was originally published in an Australian-based magazine in Copyright Barbara Burgess Please do not copy without the express permission of the author. Two teenagers, Arthur and Jennifer, unearth a medieval manuscript in Cornwall, in modern England, during the Christmas holidays. While reading the manuscript, Jennifer becomes engrossed in the story of fifteenth-century Lady Genevieve, a teenage Cornish girl who escapes from her brother when he tries to marry her to one of the earls of Tudor against her will.
Jennifer is catapulted back to the fifteenth century, as well as to England in the sixth century.
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When Arthur realizes she is missing, he follows her back in time. While reading the manuscript, Jennifer becomes engrossed in the story of fifteenth-century Lady Genevieve, a sixteen-year-old Cornish girl who escapes from her brother when he tries to marry her to one of the earls of Tudor against her will.
Jennifer is, in reality, catapulted back to the fifteenth century, as well as to England in the sixth century. Will he be able to bring her back to twenty-first century England?
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Meanwhile, Jennifer and Arthur find themselves in ancient Sumer over five thousand years ago—and in trouble. Kidnapped by the tyrannical Prince Faizi, they discover their only hope of escape is to steal his golden amulet. The two amulets are somehow connected, but how? Can any of the companions deliver them to the beautiful and powerful Lady Eve on the island of Eve Ilion? And if they succeed, will they be able to return home?
India and China were the two richest countries in the world in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. India, sometimes referred to as the golden bird, was then and is today a pluralistic society. There are a multitude of languages, dialects, and religions in the country. Its social, cultural, and religious ethos is such that it has always easily accommodated foreigners. In ancient and medieval India, a myriad of kingdoms existed, whose borders constantly changed. Islam came to India in the tenth century through the invading Turks. Sultanates were established in Delhi, and Islam spread throughout the Indian subcontinent over the next several hundred years.
Unable to convert the whole country to Islam, the invaders settled in India nonetheless and became overlords. The Mughal Mogul Dynasty was established in India in the early sixteenth century and lasted for two hundred years. The capital of Mogul India was Agra. Many people converted to Islam in order to move up in social rank as the Mogul emperors ruled the country. The first British travellers who dared to undertake the long journey to India by land and water were themselves romantic adventurers of the world and its oceans.
Often, a younger son, not burdened by familial duties and responsibilities, had wanderlust and would travel to India. The early British adventurers, once they came to India, sometimes wore Indian clothes. They sat on the floor, ate Indian food, learned Indian etiquette, and adopted the practice of daily bathing.
Many of them learned the Indian languages and dialects, married Indian women, and settled down in India. Condition: Fine. First Edition. Fine condition in cloth, without dust jacket. Published by Keskin Colour Matbaasi. About this Item: Keskin Colour Matbaasi. Signed Copy. Signed by author on title page. Seller Inventory SA19B Published by The Scarecrow Press, Inc. Condition: fine, black cloth hardcover.
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