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In a three-pronged approach, this book explores the theological meaning of the Mass, examines the role to which baptized Catholics are called in its celebration, and helps readers to discover the meaning of its words, songs, gestures, and ritual actions. Illustrated.
Tracey Moroney's masterpiece Lift the Flap Bible," now with a
refreshed cover, brings 14 beloved Bible stories to life with
beautiful illustrations and 40 flaps.
"Sesame Street"'s Elmo tells little girls and boys ages 1 to 3 all about how to use the potty in this sturdy lift-the-flap board book with more than 30 flaps. It's the perfect mix of fun and learning for potty-training toddlers--especially as they practice sitting on the potty
Look! Look! The Cat wants to cook!
The Fifth Edition of the classic Designing and Managing Programs for human services helps readers grasp the meaning and significance of measuring performance and evaluating outcomes. The authors, all leaders in the field, incorporate the principles of effectiveness-based planning as they address the steps of designing, implementing, and evaluating a human services program at the local agency level.
Children see the Bible come to life! With simple text and vivid artwork, the story of Noah's Ark helps children grow closer to God. The book includes a helpful question page to encourage dialogue between parents and children.
A book that celebrates the joys of bedtime
This stimulating guide will help students and their teachers to achieve stylish performances of music of the Baroque period. Individual chapters from leading experts focus on historical background, notation and interpretation, and sources and editions, presenting the latest thinking on performance in a clear, helpful and practical way. There are also dedicated chapters of specialist advice for keyboard, string and wind players, and singers, plus a recommended playlist of illustrative, authoritative recordings. Fully illustrated throughout with many music examples, facsimiles and pictures, this is a valuable resource for students of the Baroque period which will also add to the knowledge and understanding of amateur and professional musicians.
"The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That " makes its Little Golden Books debut in this rollicking rhymed story introducing the cast of the new PBS Kids television show There's the Cat (of course), Sally and Nick, Things One and Two, the Fish, and the miraculously malleable Thinga-ma-jigger--the vehicle that transports the characters on their adventures on, under, and above the Earth For $3.99, this is the perfect sturdy little hardcover book to introduce readers to the new show.
Written by Bach specialist and leading harpsichordist Davitt Moroney, this book is a witty, lucid and revealing account of Bach's life. It is a perceptive assessment of the composer's genius and will be of great interest to concert-goers, CD collectors, social historians and students.
Rethinking the concepts of citizenship and community in relation to young children, this groundbreaking text examines the ways in which indigenous understandings and practices applied in early childhood settings in Australia and New Zealand encourage young children to demonstrate their care and concern for others and so, in turn, perceive themselves as part of a larger community. Young Children's Community Building in Action acknowledges global variations in the meanings of early childhood education, of citizenship and community building, and challenges widespread invisibility and disregard of Indigenous communities. Through close observation and examination of early years settings in Australia and New Zealand, chapters demonstrate how practices guided by Aboriginal and Maori values support and nurture children's personal and social development as individuals, and as citizens in a wider community. Exploring what young children's citizenship learning and action looks like in practice, and how this may vary within and across communities, the book provides a powerful account of effective pedagogical approaches which have been long excluded from mainstream dialogues. Written for researchers and students of early childhood education and care, this book provides insight into what citizenship can be for young children, and how Indigenous cultural values shape ways of knowing, being, doing and relating.
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