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Sticker By Number Calming Creatures

Author : Shane Madden
ISBN : 9781250164285
Genre : Games & Activities
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Sticker by Number: Calming Creatures is a creative and meditative experience. Like an old-fashioned paint by number, the designs in the book can be gradually filled in using the included stickers, transforming the delicate line drawings into stunning, full-color masterpieces. The process is at once artistic and calming—the perfect way to exercise your creativity and create a moment of tranquility in a busy day. The book features 12 different creatures—from a boldly patterned elephant to a delicate swan—all of which are paired with mindful meditation exercises related to the animal. For instance, as you piece together the Lion design you will be guided to meditate on the self-confidence that inspires bravery, while the Horse illustration will prompt reflection on the theme of freedom and the pursuit of ambition. With beautiful illustrations and insightful text, Sticker by Number: Calming Creatures will help readers step outside of life’s frantic rush, unlock their creativity, and discover a sense of peace.

Los Conejitos Aprenden Los Colores

Author : Alan Baker
ISBN : 0753455986
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Learn about primary colors and discover how they mix with best-selling White Rabbit in this enchanting and educational Spanish language paperback.

Crossing The Blue Willow Bridge

Author : Nancy McCabe
ISBN : 9780826272652
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Even before Nancy McCabe and her daughter, Sophie, left for China, it was clear that, as the mother of an adopted child from China, McCabe would be seeing the country as a tourist while her daughter, who was seeing the place for the first time in her memory, was “going home.” Part travelogue, part memoir, Crossing the Blue Willow Bridge immerses readers in an absorbing and intimate exploration of place and its influence on the meaning of family. A sequel to Meeting Sophie, which tells McCabe’s story of adopting Sophie as a single woman, Crossing the Blue Willow Bridge picks up a decade later with a much different Sophie—a ten-year-old with braces who wears black nail polish, sneaks eyeliner, wears clothing decorated with skulls, and has mixed feelings about being one of the few non-white children in the little Pennsylvania town where they live. Since she was young, Sophie had felt a closeness to the country of her birth and held it in an idealized light. At ten, she began referring to herself as Asian instead of Asian-American. It was McCabe’s hope that visiting China would “help her become comfortable with both sides of the hyphen, figure out how to be both Chinese and American, together.” As an adoptive parent of a foreign-born child, McCabe knows that homeland visits are an important rite of passage to help children make sense of the multiple strands of their heritage, create their own hybrid traditions, and find their particular place in the world. Yet McCabe, still reeling from her mother’s recent death, wonders how she can give any part of Sophie back to her homeland. She hopes that Sophie will find affirmation and connection in China, even as she sees firsthand some of the realities of China—overpopulation, pollution, and an oppressive government—but also worries about what that will mean for their relationship. Throughout their journey on a tour for adopted children, mother and daughter experience China very differently. New tensions and challenges emerge, illuminating how closely intertwined place is with sense of self. As the pair learn to understand each other, they lay the groundwork for visiting Sophie’s orphanage and birth village, life-changing experiences for them both.

New Statesman

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105113351055
Genre : Social sciences
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Runner's World magazine aims to help runners achieve their personal health, fitness, and performance goals, and to inspire them with vivid, memorable storytelling.

Travel Holiday

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105110580128
Genre : Travel
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