Meet Babs and Her Beautifully Different Friend

Meet Babs and Her Beautifully Different Friend
Author: Beth-Sarah Wright
Publsiher: Archway Publishing
Total Pages: 27
Release: 2022-08-31
Genre: Juvenile Fiction
ISBN: 9781665727709

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Babs is a bright young girl searching for a friend. She loves to teach and each day on her farm looks for new friends who are eager to learn and who want to play with her too. But as she teaches the flowers and the chickens, and the butterflies, they don’t pay attention to her and Babs feels so sad. All she wants is a friend who is just like her! Babs is about to give up on her quest when an unexpected visitor who is completely different from herself, arrives on the farm. Together they discover an extraordinary friendship that completely transforms how Babs learns to look again and really see the beauty in others. In this charming tale for children, a little girl learns from an unlikely teacher that differences are beautiful.

Ma r king differences in Dutch social work Professional discours and ways of relating to clients in context

Ma r king differences in Dutch social work  Professional discours and ways of relating to clients in context
Author: Marleen van der Haar
Publsiher: Rozenberg Publishers
Total Pages: 224
Release: 2007
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 9789036100649

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Accessibility and Diversity in the 21st Century University

Accessibility and Diversity in the 21st Century University
Author: Berg, Gary A.,Venis, Linda
Publsiher: IGI Global
Total Pages: 331
Release: 2020-05-01
Genre: Education
ISBN: 9781799827856

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In higher education institutions across the world, rapid changes are occurring as the socio-economic composition of these universities is shifting. The participation of females, ethnic minority groups, and low-income students has increased exponentially, leading to major changes in student activities, curriculum, and overall campus culture. Significant research is a necessity for understanding the need of broader educational access and promoting a newly empowered diverse population of students in today’s universities. Accessibility and Diversity in the 21st Century University is a pivotal reference source that provides vital research on the provision of higher educational access to a more diverse population with a specific focus on the growing population of women in the university, key intersections with race and sexual preference, and the experiences of low-income students, mid-career and reentry students, and special needs populations. While highlighting topics such as adult learning, race-based achievement gaps, and women’s studies, this publication is ideally designed for educators, higher education faculty, deans, provosts, chancellors, policymakers, sociologists, anthropologists, researchers, scholars, and students seeking current research on modern advancements of diversity in higher education systems.

Morbidly Beautiful

Morbidly Beautiful
Author: Arleen Polanco
Publsiher: AuthorHouse
Total Pages: 110
Release: 2024
Genre: Poetry
ISBN: 9781728333243

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Morbidly Beautiful is all about expressing difficult emotions and encouraging teens to not be afraid of their feelings but to find the beauty within them. These poems have related to both me and other teens through tough times, and if these poems can reach at least one of its young readers, then it completed its purpose. From charismatic light-hearted poems that talk about the beauty of snowflakes to ones that talk about death, Morbidly Beautiful covers the range of the teenage heart and challenges teens to see the world from a different perspective. This book teaches you to do one of the hardest things anyone can ever do-find hope in even the darkest of places.

We Are All Beautifully Different

We Are All Beautifully Different
Author: Lcswr Jennifer Kempner
Publsiher: Epigraph Publishing
Total Pages: 0
Release: 2013-12
Genre: Education
ISBN: 1936940655

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"This is a lovely and much needed book that provides an opportunity to open the conversation regarding bullying with our youngest children. In a 'question and brainstorm answers' format, Ms. Kempner's book will enable families to identify specific episodes of bullying that can occur in preschool and elementary school age children. Once identified, the readers are asked to think of alternative ways to handle the situations in which bullying can, but doesn't have to, occur." --Susan D. Boulware, M.D, Assistant Clinical Professor in Pediatrics, Yale Medical University Endorsed and supported by The Turner's Syndrome Society of the United States, TSSUS This anti-bullying book is designed to teach children to have empathy towards other children that may be perceived as "different." The books helps children realize how painful it is to be teased, isolated or bullied, which hopefully will inspire them to refrain from treating others in this way. From the author: We need to come together as parents, professionals and educators to increase the awareness of the "differences" in many of our children today. We need to teach our children tolerance and acceptance of their peers who are so-called "different." As diagnoses of Autism, ADHD and other syndromes and issues are on the rise, we have no choice but to use awareness and understanding to reinforce empathy in our children. Children that are "different" should not be made to feel like outcasts; they need to be understood, not shunned or ignored. The author: Jennifer Kempner, LCSWR is a mother of three children and a New York State licensed clinical therapist. She received her Master's Degree in Clinical Social Work, specializing in Child and Family Counseling, from Fordham University in New York. She has been working with children, adolescents and adults in various settings since 1999. She currently practices in Dutchess County, New York. For more information, go to http: // The illustrator: Mish Fornal studied at the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale Florida and at the School of Visual Arts of NYC. Her illustrations represent the love she experienced in her childhood. Mish now lives in Marlboro, New York with her partner, Dale, and children Pheebee and Cooper. Mish can be found on Facebook under Mish Fornal and Sweet Sketches.

Cooking with Ingredients of Love

Cooking with Ingredients of Love
Author: Matthew Kinkenon
Publsiher: Hillcrest Publishing Group
Total Pages: 197
Release: 2007-03
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 9781934248058

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Cooking the ingredients of love is an adventure you do not want to miss. Life is a far greater experience when you surround yourself with an abundance of love. Love that comes from those who care to accept you as you are. For those busy days when meal planning takes more energy than you have time for, simply let your imagination ponder over an inviting photo that stimulates your appetite. This cookbook is full of meals that can be planned at a glance and no recipe is repeated. Recipes are written to make meal preparation easy, and all been taste tested with the fun of family and friends gathered around our table. Full holiday menus are also included.

Discovering the Real America

Discovering the Real America
Author: Lewis Diuguid
Publsiher: Universal-Publishers
Total Pages: 603
Release: 2007
Genre: History
ISBN: 9781599424217

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Discovering the Real America examines the often overlooked history of white privilege, racism and discrimination in the United States. The text explains how the media have played a big part in maintaining the status quo. The book offers solutions to overcoming the obstacles of bigotry so that people can finally discover that the richness in the real America is in the long-overlooked diversity of this nation's multiethnic, multiracial, multicultural, multinational, multitalented people.

Countdown for Couples

Countdown for Couples
Author: Dale Mathis,Susan Mathis
Publsiher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
Total Pages: 208
Release: 2012-03-24
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 9781604829310

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Research and common sense indicate that engaged couples will eventually have stronger, more successful marriages if they get good premarital counseling. Many churches now require such counseling, yet many Christian couples still enter marriage without that preparation. Countdown for Couples will fill that void. It will help couples learn about each other, and themselves individually, as well as their relational skills and compatibility as a couple.