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Little: A Times and Sunday Times Book of the Year

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Although their lives were often filled with sadness and their world was only as large as the distance they could walk, their inner worlds were bound only by their imaginations. A concise guide to key events, people and places in English history and how England has come to be what it is today. The perfect gift to show your partner what they mean to you on their birthday, anniversary, Valentine's Day or just because.

In this little volume Sarah Corbett introduces some of the ideas behind craftivism alongside how-to instructions for a selection of craftivist projects and hints and tips for beginners.

From innovative teaching strategies to practical insights, each Little Book offers a wealth of knowledge to enhance your teaching approach. This inspiring collection of hope-filled thoughts, quotes, photos and Bible verses reassures readers that there is no situation too hopeless, no problem too hard, and no trial too difficult to ask God for his help. It shows how the flourishing of mankind really can and does happen in a values led school community and can reach out beyond its own locality.

What values do for us all and especially children are to form people of love, care and compassion, with a deep sense of hope who appreciate beauty and wonder. Annelies finds inspiration through her daily life, and hopes her work can bring a little joy to your day. Many years ago, the four children of the Brontë family – Charlotte, Branwell, Emily and Anne – lived in a windswept house by the Yorkshire moors with their father. This beautifully illustrated anthology offers an intimate and uplifting insight into the life of the artist.

This honest, heartfelt and humorous personalised book is sure to be one of the best gifts they'll ever receive. Featuring a how-to guide for adults at the back of the book, this inclusive resource is the perfect conversation starter for families and will empower children of all ages. This pocket-size book features an inclusive collection of 100 words to teach children about the world we live in and how to navigate their way through it. Eleven-year-old Daniel says,My favourite value is responsibility because thinking of being responsible and being trusted by others makes me feel very happy, whatever the situation. Mistletoe Events : Mistletoe Decorative Art : Mistletoe Medicine : Mistletoe Wildlife : Conserving Mistletoe : Controlling Mistletoe : Growing Your Own.

The purpose of this Little Book is to provide a holistic but condensed overview of the key aspects of plastics as they are produced, con- sumed and disposed of in contemporary consumer culture. The author enables the reader the reader to reflect upon their personal values and consider the impact upon others. We centre attention not just on the materiality of plastics but also on their meanings and how they come to be experienced and lived with in daily life. Does this mean our next generation of children will grow up being literate and numerate greedy consumers whose lives are judged by the size of their houses and the latest model BMW on the drive? There are perhaps no days of our childhood we lived so fully as those we spent with a favourite book’ – Marcel Proust.Discover the essence of Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) teaching with the Featherstone Little Books series.

Their mini cross-stitched banners and tiny urban installations touch upon issues of environmentalism, corporate greed and gender equality in a warm and humorous way – quietly encouraging people to reflect upon these subjects in their own space and time. They are skills we are learning for life and when I grow up I will remember to have them with me and use them to help me live a happy life. The Little Book of Values explores twenty-two values that can be taught through schools and indeed the whole community.This Little Book explains what net zero carbon policies are, and why these policies need to ensure that all of society is included in their design. The book majors on the classic mistletoe of Europe, the only one with traditions stretching way back into prehistory. UK-based mistletoe expert Jonathan Briggs explains what mistletoe is, and why it has such a unusual place in tradition, myth and legend, especially at Christmas.

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