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Il mio cofanetto di lettura Montessori
Author: Marie Kirchner
Publisher:
ISBN: 8867223062
Pages: 8
Year: 2017
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My First Book of the Farm
Author: Alain Grée
Publisher: My First Book of
ISBN: 1908985682
Pages: 20
Year: 2016-03-24
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Learning about life on the farm is a great way for young children to understand and explore the world around them. From the names of animals, plants and wildlife to the tools and machinery used, there is so much to discover. The delightful illustrations by Alain Gr�e bring this engaging subject to life for your child to enjoy. With easy-to-turn pages and a wipe-friendly surface, this practical board book can be popped in your bag and taken anywhere.
Il mio cofanetto Montessori degli uccelli
Author: Ève Herrmann, Roberta Rocchi
Publisher:
ISBN: 8867222694
Pages: 48
Year: 2017
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Il mio cofanetto Montessori di astronomia
Author: Ève Herrmann, Roberta Rocchi
Publisher:
ISBN: 8867223070
Pages: 78
Year: 2017
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In Love and War
Author: Lesley Lokko
Publisher: Orion
ISBN: 1409142523
Pages: 512
Year: 2014-06-19
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Full of danger, secrets and lies, the dazzling novel from bestselling author, Lesley Lokko. Nothing fazes Lexi Sturgis. She's faced bullets, battles and bitter rivals to chase news stories other reporters would kill for. Living for risk and adventure, she abides by one rule: don't let anyone get too close. Jane Marshall is feeling desperate. Her family is in disarray and her once high-flying TV career is sinking. She needs a big scoop, fast - and it seems Lexi might be the one to help. For dedicated medical student Deena, the horrors of a war-torn Egypt are too shocking to ignore. She travels across the world to offer help, leaving her younger sister shattered with worry. In a journey fraught with danger, secrets and uncertainty, these women are thrown together in an extraordinary struggle. Can they overcome the pains of their pasts and find the courage to trust each other?
Virginia Woolf's Garden
Author: Caroline Zoob
Publisher: Jacqui Small
ISBN: 1909342130
Pages: 192
Year: 2013-11-01
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Monkâ??s House in Sussex is the former home of Leonard and Virginia Woolf. It was bought by them in 1919 as a country retreat, somewhere they came to read, write and work in the garden. From the overgrown land behind the house they created a brilliant patchwork of garden rooms, linked by brick paths, secluded behind flint walls and yew hedges. The story of this magical garden is the subject of this book and the author has selected quotations from the writings of the Woolfs which reveal how important a role the garden played in their lives, as a source of both pleasure and inspiration. Virginia wrote most of her major novels at Monkâ??s House, at first in a converted tool shed, and later in her purpose-built wooden writing lodge tucked into a corner of the orchard. Caroline Zoob lived with her husband, Jonathan, at Monkâ??s House for over a decade as tenants of the National Trust, and has an intimate knowledge of the garden they tended and planted. The photographer, Caroline Arber, was a frequent visitor to the house during their tenancy and her spectacular photographs, published here for the first time, often reveal the garden as it is never seen by the public: at dawn, in the depths of winter, at dusk. The photographs and text, enriched with rare archive images and embroidered garden plans, take the reader on a journey through the various garden â??roomsâ??, (including the Italian Garden, the Fishpond Garden, the Millstone Terrace and the Walled Garden). Each garden room is presented in the context of the lives of the Woolfs, with fascinating glimpses into their daily routines at Rodmell. This beautiful book is an absorbing account of the creation of a garden which will appeal equally to gardeners and those with an interest in Virginia and Leonard Woolf.
Storm Rose
Author: Corina Bomann
Publisher:
ISBN: 1503936015
Pages: 422
Year: 2016-08-30
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When newly single Annabel Hansen moves to the coastal town of Binz, all she wants is to leave her former life behind. Soon after settling into a beautiful home overlooking the Baltic Sea, she stumbles upon an old fishing boat in a nearby harbor and discovers another purpose: to convert the bullet-riddled "Storm Rose" into a floating cafe. Yet there s more to this project than peeling paint and a bad engine. When Annabel finds an old letter from an East German defector who was smuggled to safety aboard the vessel, she and Christian her handsome new business partner set out to find its author. Together they ll unravel the "Storm Rose" s hidden past and a shocking mystery that will change Annabel s life forever."
Il mio cofanetto Montessori degli animali
Author: Ève Herrmann
Publisher:
ISBN: 8867222481
Pages: 64
Year: 2016
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The Little Reindeer
Author: Michael Foreman
Publisher: Red Fox
ISBN: 0099456729
Pages: 32
Year: 2003-10
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The story of a very special friendship that develops between a little reindeer and a young boy who finds him on a rooftop one Christmas.
Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls 2
Author: Elena Favilli, Francesca Cavallo
Publisher: Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls
ISBN: 0997895829
Pages: 224
Year: 2018-02
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"Good Night Stories For Rebel Girls 2" is the sequel to the sensational New York Times bestseller, and the most crowdfunded book of all times. The authors, Francesca Cavallo and Elena Favilli, will take you and your kids on an empowering journey through 100 new bedtime stories, featuring the adventures of extraordinary women from Nefertiti to Beyoncé. The unique narrative style of "Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls" transforms each biography into a fairy-tale, filling the readers with wonder and with a burning curiosity to know more about each hero. Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls 2 boasts a brand new graphic design, a glossary and 100 incredible new portraits created by the best female artists of our time. "This amazing book shows girls they can be anything they want." - Melinda Gates "Essential reading for girls and indeed boys; children who read this at bedtime are guaranteed some big and inspirational dreams." - Fiona Noble, The Guardian "The anti-princess book teaching girls to rebel." - Georgina Rannard, BBC News
The Absorbent Mind
Author: Maria Montessori
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1625588682
Pages: 231
Year: 2013-03-25
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The Absorbent Mind was Maria Montessori's most in-depth work on her educational theory, based on decades of scientific observation of children. Her view on children and their absorbent minds was a landmark departure from the educational model at the time. This book helped start a revolution in education. Since this book first appeared there have been both cognitive and neurological studies that have confirmed what Maria Montessori knew decades ago.
The Three Trees
Author: Elena Pasquali
Publisher: Lion Children's Books
ISBN: 0745967205
Pages: 32
Year: 2011-12-23
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Three forest trees dream of what they will one day become. One dreams of becoming a royal throne; one of being a ship that can withstand any storm; and one longs to stay in the forest and grow as tall as tall can be. When they are felled, it seems their dreams are over. But as each tree is crafted into a new item - a manger, a fishing boat, and a rugged cross - it becomes clear that through the role they play in one important life their hopes are more than fulfilled. This traditional folktale is accompanied by stylish artwork from a highly sought-after children's book illustrator, and will help set the Christmas and Easter stories into the overall context of the Christian faith.
I Want My Dummy!
Author: Tony Ross
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1849399530
Pages: 32
Year: 2012-06-07
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"Where is my dummy? I WANT MY DUMMY!"shrieks the Little Princess when the royal dummy mysteriously disappears, yet again. Wherever the King, Queen and courtiers hide her dummy, she always finds it even in the strangest of places . . . Will she ever give it up?
I do not think therefore I am
Author: Andrea Magrin
Publisher: Youcanprint
ISBN: 8827812385
Pages: 190
Year: 2018-03-15
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The six-step system described in this book brings to light and transforms whatever keeps you from being what you truly are: an endless being. The book is a real manual to help you achieve peace beyond imagination and to know what's hidden beyond your mind. Each of the six phases is analyzed in detail and clearly explained, with some easy exercises to put into practice each step to be taken. This book gives you the real chance to understand the mechanisms that create suffering, fear, stress and explains you how to get rid of this emotions, scientifically.
To Educate the Human Potential
Author: Maria Montessori
Publisher: Ravenio Books
ISBN:
Pages:
Year: 2015-10-12
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This book is intended to follow Education for a New World and to help teachers to envisage the child’s needs after the age of six. We claim that the average boy or girl of twelve years who has been educated till then at one of our schools knows at least as much as the finished High School product of several years’ seniority, and the achievement has been at no cost of pain or distortion to body or mind. Rather are our pupils equipped in their whole being for the adventure of life, accustomed to the free exercise of will and judgment, illuminated by imagination and enthusiasm. Only such pupils can exercise rightly the duties of citizens in a civilised commonwealth. The first four chapters are mainly psychological, showing the changed personality with which the teacher has to deal at six years of age, and the need for a corresponding change of approach. The secret of success is found to lie in the right use of imagination in awakening interest, and the stimulation of seeds of interest already sown by attractive literary and pictorial material, but all correlated to a central idea, of greatly ennobling inspiration—the Cosmic Plan, in which all, consciously or unconsciously, serve the great Purpose of Life. It is shown how the conception of evolution has been modified of late through geological and biological discoveries, so that self-perfection now has to yield precedence to service among the primary natural urges. The next eight chapters show how the Cosmic Plan can be presented to the child, as a thrilling tale of the earth we live in, its many changes through slow ages when water was Nature’s chief toiler for accomplishment of her purposes, how land and sea fought for supremacy, and how equilibrium of elements was achieved, that Life might appear on the stage to play its part in the great drama. Illustrated as it must be by fascinating, charts and diagrams, the creation of earth as we now know it unfolds before the child’s imagination, and always with emphasis on the function each agent has to perform in Nature’s household, whether consciously or unconsciously, failure in this alone leading to extinction. So the talc proceeds till Palaeolithic Man appears, most significantly traced by the tools he used on his environment rather than by physical remains of so slight a creature. The new element of mind is brought to creation by man, and from that time the children are helped to see the great acceleration that has taken place in evolution. They learn to reverence the earliest pioneers, who toiled for purposes unknown to them but now to be recognised. Nomadic men and settlers alike contributed to build up early communities, and by interchanges of war and peace to share and spread social amenities. From chapter thirteen brief descriptions are given of some of the earliest civilizations, particularly with a view to their impacts on each other, showing human society as slowly organising itself towards unity, just as, in the individual human being, organs are built around separate centres of interest, to be later connected by the blood-circulatory system and the nerves, into an integrated human organism. So the child is led, by review of some of the most thrilling epochs of world-history, to see that so far humanity has been in an embryonic stage, and that it is just now emerging into true birth, able to consciously realise its true unity and function. The last chapters go back to the psychological point of view, urging on educators the supreme importance, to the nation and to the world, of the tasks imposed on them. Not in the service of any political or social creed should the teacher work, but in the service of the complete human being, able to exercise in freedom a self-disciplined will and judgment, unperverted by prejudice and undistorted by fear.