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Inside, outside, upside down: Young readers will discover the many ways to celebrate the joy of loving who you are! With fun, energetic text and dazzlingly colorful illustrations, this lively and engaging book is now in a Spanish bilingual board book edition. High on energy and imagination, this ode to self-esteem encourages kids to appreciate everything about themselves--inside and out. Messy hair? Beaver breath? So what! Here's a little girl who knows what really matters. At once silly and serious, Karen Beaumont's joyous rhyming text and David Catrow's wild illustrations unite in a book that is sassy, soulful--and straight from the heart. Now in a Spanish-English bilingual board book edition.
Are you feeling stressed? Is life all about work and responsibilities? Do you want to change your life? A time came in Vandana Sehgal’s life when she was struggling with her negative mindset and was not able to find the reason of her being. She couldn’t find fulfilment in work and life. In those moments she took an important decision- stand tall for a better life and to push herself beyond the limits. Giving up was not the option for her as she was not ready to accept a life filled with sufferings. She chose compliment over complaint, connection over comparison and confidence over criticism. I Love Myself has evolved from her personal learnings and her victory over the negative mindset. It aims to remind you that your life is a gift and every moment of your life holds something special. The book encourages you to believe in yourself. At the core of this book is the belief that you are the creator of your life and born with all the abilities to shape it as you wish. The real-life examples, interactive tools and simple exercises challenges you to take the ownership of your life and live it to the fullest level of fulfilment, love and gratitude.
Speaking in front of the class isn't easy for small people like Melissa Herman. Especially when there's nothing very special to say about her house or her family or herself. But with the help of her older brother, Melissa borrows a bottle from her father's dental office to take to show and tell. The teacher is appalled, but the children are intrigued. David Catrow's hilariously zany illustrations reveal that there is nothing ordinary about Melissa Herman, or her house or her family. The bright artwork is laugh-aloud funny and will have children begging to hear the story again, or maybe invent their very own tale.
Illustrated recounts of washing hands, getting hair cut, taking a bath, going to the doctor and brushing teeth. Also contains a run-down of things to consider in each activity and a factual description as to why each activity in necessary.
Let the shiny happy people have their love songs because we all know it's the sad songs that say so much. With a heavy heart and a tear in his beer, Tom Reynolds examines songs that have crushed our spirits over the years. He listened to 200 versions of "Send in the Clowns". He listened to everything the Cure ever recorded. He listened to countless tales of shipwrecks, plane wrecks and emotional train wrecks. Songs of Xmas so woeful that they'd make Santa Claus reach for the Prozac. There's a real difference between a sad song and a depressing one. For the record, when you're feeling melancholy, you'll gravitate towards a sad song that will give you comfort; a depressing song is one that comes out of the blue and, no matter what mood you're in, it ruins your day! From the "she-hates-me-so-I-hate-her" rants (like Joy Division's "Love Will Tear Us Apart") to songs that try to be really profound and touching but really suck (like "Don't Cry Out Loud" by Melissa Manchester), as well as those horrifying remakes of already depressing songs - what you just heard - "All By Myself" by Celine Dion a The list is long and painful. This is a book to appeal to the music critic in all of us. It's a must-have compilation of limb-gnawing masterpieces of melodic misery and will sit in a gorgeous counter pack and be THE gift book for 2005. Think of the success of LEMON but set to music. So, send in the clowns, don't cry out loud, have a total eclipse of the heart and some seasons in the sun. Tell Laura I love her, in the air tonight, but Ruby don't take your love to town. The End* (by The Doors, of course!)
Returning to his hometown Oradea in Rumania, David Mahler graduates from Medical School, survives exposure to Ceasecu's Securitate, labors in background province lice infested countryside, in the verge of being arrested scrounges up supplies for prison infirmary, escapes with his family to Dallas, clashes with American grotesques, endures a post 9-11 anthrax attacks, while he almost looses his wife.