Author : J. Francis Angier Genre : Biography & Autobiography Publisher : Success Networks ISBN : 0970417519 Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
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In "Ready or Not," readers will come to know and appreciate World War II B-17 pilot and former POW Angier, one of the many heroes of what author and journalist Tom Brokaw has called "the greatest generation."
Author : Mel Levine Genre : Family & Relationships Publisher : Simon and Schuster ISBN : 9780743262255 Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
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A guide for parents and educators offers advice on how to help adolescents transition into adulthood successfully, identifying signs that may be displayed by teens who are not ready for the realities of the adult world while recommending four key growth processes. By the author of The Myth of Laziness. Reprint. 75,000 first printing.
Author : Sandra Hilsabeck Genre : Religion Publisher : WestBow Press ISBN : 9781490876696 Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
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Pro-Choice and Right-to-Life? Why do we need to be boxed in by these words of human pen? Lets take the log out of our own eyes, honor all people and be wise. Lets not be divided anymore, and lets not judge to even the score. Stop the polarization and come to Gods nation. These adoption stories are true /p> Showing support to the weak too. Meeting people in their need and also spreading Gods seed. Lets be joined in selfless love, a rare treasure trove. Unconditional love is shown to those adoption is known. There are forty real life stories about every aspect of adoption.
Author : Drew Moser Genre : Religion Publisher : NavPress ISBN : 9781631467981 Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
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Discerning a calling is a messy undertaking. You are already involved in many good things now, even as you are being called to many good things in your future. The good life—good work, good relationships, good citizenship, good faith—is to be enjoyed now and pursued on every horizon. We are living out the Kingdom of God even as we seek it. Ready or Not is a much-needed resource for young people on exploring the complexity of vocation in empowering, not prescriptive, ways. After exploring four foundational questions for emerging adulthood—Who is God? Who am I? How have I been shaped? What are my contexts?—you will work through interactive chapters covering the contours of adulthood, including: spirituality, family, community, and work. Explore the full depths of your twenties with bravery and vulnerability! With insight into life skills, personal growth, and spirituality, Ready or Not will set you on a faithful trajectory for a good and meaningful life.
Author : Stacie G. Goffin Genre : Education Publisher : Teachers College Press ISBN : 9780807761557 Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
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Ready or Not made its mark in 2007 by boldly calling for a field-wide response to the question: “What defines and bounds early care and education as a field of practice?” A dozen years later, this question remains pivotal to the field’s understanding of its present and its aspirations for the future. In this updated and expanded edition, Goffin and Washington reunite to examine the major issues that must still be addressed if children are to be given more and better opportunities. This second edition will help everyone whose work impacts the ECE workforce, including those working directly with children, to deepen their commitment to adaptive and systems work and to develop the leadership capacity needed to become change agents. Ready or not, early childhood education needs to tackle its adaptive challenges. Nothing less will enable it to shift the field’s developmental trajectory, fulfill its potential, and satisfy its obligations to children, families, and society. “The second edition of Ready or Not is a reflective self-examination of the field of early care and education. It is a must-read book.” —Marquita Furness Davis, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation “Goffin and Washington boldly identify the barriers and opportunities we face.” —Anne Douglass, University of Massachusetts Boston “A must-read for those that are invested in early care and education.” —Tracy Ehlert, State Representative for Iowa House District 70, Cedar Rapids, IA “A must-read for everyone who is committed to the field’s success.” —Ariel Ford, Office of Early Learning, City of Chattanooga
Author : Carmine Russotti Genre : Fiction Publisher : Tate Publishing ISBN : 9781607992660 Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
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"'2008: Beijing Olympics: We're ready.'" I wondered, "Are we?" "Ready or Not" chronicles one teenage boy's excitement about the upcoming Olympics in Beijing. His life has been uprooted by the changes in his city from the Chinese government's many modernization projects. When he meets a visiting Christian man who is there to see the Olympics, their lives both change as the American inadvertently gets tangled up in a terrorist plot. Will he be able to escape the terrorists' grasp? Will the terrorists' plan succeed? What can an American Christian man and a wide-eyed Chinese teenager do to thwart the evil about to be brought upon an entire nation? They'll have to do something fast, "Ready or Not"!
Author : Jeffrey Levi Genre : Publisher : DIANE Publishing ISBN : 9781437944266 Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
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The severe budget cuts by fed., state, and local governments are leaving public health (PH) departments understaffed and without the basic capabilities required to respond to crises. Nearly 10 years ago during the 9/11 and anthrax tragedies, it became clear the PH system was out-of-date to face modern health threats -- and an historic investment was made to help upgrade the system. Significant progress was made to improve how we prevent, identify, and contain new disease outbreaks and bioterrorism threats and respond to the aftermath of natural disasters. Now, the economic situation is putting almost a decade of gains at risk. The latest budget cuts will exacerbate the vulnerable areas in U.S. emergency health preparedness. A print on demand report.
Author : Ruth Harvey Genre : Religion Publisher : Wild Goose Publications ISBN : 9781849522878 Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
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An original collection of stories, reflections, meditations, poems, songs and dialogues about recalling the wisdom of our own childhood thoughts and being open to what children in our midst have to share with us about God, faith, life, death and spirituality.
Author : Kay S. Hymowitz Genre : Family & Relationships Publisher : Simon and Schuster ISBN : 1439136769 Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
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"Children today grow up so fast!" How often we hear those words, uttered both in frustrated good humor and in dumbfounded astonishment. Every day the American people hear about kids doing things, both good and bad, that were once thought to be well beyond their scope: flying airplanes, running companies, committing mass murder. Creatures of the information age, today's children sometimes seem to know more than their parents. They surf the Internet rather than read books, they watch South Park instead of The Cosby Show, they wear form-fitting capri pants and tank tops instead of sundresses; in short, they are sophisticated beyond their years. These facts lead us to wonder: Is childhood becoming extinct? In Ready or Not, Kay S. Hymowitz offers a startling new interpretation of what makes our children tick and where the moral anomie of today's children comes from. She reveals how our ideas about childrearing itself have been transformed, perniciously, in reponse to the theories of various "experts" -- educators, psychologists, lawyers, media executives -- who have encouraged us to view children as small adults, autonomous actors who know what is best for themselves and who have no need for adult instruction or supervision. Today's children and teenagers have been encouraged by their parents and teachers to function as individuals to such an extent that they make practically every decision on their own -- what to wear, what to study, and even what values they will adhere to. The idea of childhood as a time of limited competence, in which adults prepare the young for maturity, has fallen into disrepute; independence has become not the reward of time, but rather something that our children have come to expect and demand at increasingly younger ages. One of the great ironies of turning our children into small adults is that American society has become less successful at producing truly mature men and women. When sophisticated children do grow up, they often find themselves unable to accept real adult responsibilities. Thus we see more people in their twenties and thirties living like children, unwilling to embark on careers or to start families. Until we recognize that children are different from grownups and need to be nurtured as such, Hymowitz argues, our society will be hollow at its core.