Author : Donna E. Norton
Genre : Literary Criticism
Publisher : Prentice Hall
ISBN : UOM:39015038170562
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One of the most respected, comprehensive sources on available children's literature. Surveys the history of children' literature, explores the child's response to literature, and explains how to evaluate and select literature for children. Features unique two-part genre chapters -- one part content and one part methods. Covers artists and their illustrations, picture books, traditional literature, modern fantasy, poetry, contemporary realistic fiction, historical fiction, multicultural literature, and nonfiction (biographies and informational books). Contains illustrations from favorite full-color children's books (in their original colors), and art from real children. Features guest editorials by authors and illustrators; flashbacks of historical events, works, and people; and a section on multicultural literature in every chapter. Provides a dual-platform CD-ROM with annotated reference information on the more than 3000 children's literature titles listed in the book. For anyone interested in children's literature.

Author : Peter A. Levine, Ph.D.
Genre : Family & Relationships
Publisher : North Atlantic Books
ISBN : 9781556438516
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File Download : 536 page

An essential guide for recognizing, preventing, and healing childhood trauma, from infancy through adolescence—what parents, educators, and health professionals can do. Trauma can result not only from catastrophic events such as abuse, violence, or loss of loved ones, but from natural disasters and everyday incidents such as auto accidents, medical procedures, divorce, or even falling off a bicycle. At the core of this book is the understanding of how trauma is imprinted on the body, brain, and spirit, resulting in anxiety, nightmares, depression, physical illnesses, addictions, hyperactivity, and aggression. Rich with case studies and hands-on activities, Trauma Through a Child’s Eyes gives insight into children’s innate ability to rebound with the appropriate support, and provides their caregivers with tools to overcome and prevent trauma.

Author : Carla Garrity
Genre : Psychology
Publisher : Free Press
ISBN : 068483703X
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File Download : 176 page

"Written by leading authorities on child psychology and divorce, this book is a valuable and much needed tool for parents and professionals who work with children struggling with family breakup. Relying on imagination and metaphor, the fifteen stories in this unique anthology provide a safe and effective way to help children understand and cope with their parents' separation and living apart. For generations, stories have been a foundation for teaching children. Through the Eyes of Children continues that tradition and allows children the chance to recover and heal from divorce."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Author : Donna E. Norton
Genre : Education
Publisher : Allyn & Bacon
ISBN : 013702875X
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File Download : 610 page

MyEducationKit is an online solution that provides dynamic resources designed to connect your textbook to real teaching situations. It is fully integrated with your textbook; wherever you see the MyEducationKit logo in the margins or elsewhere in the text, follow the simple instructions to access videos, cases, artifacts, and web links associated with the content covered in your text. The eighth edition of Through the Eyes of a Child: An Introduction to Children's Literature builds on all the most valuable technology from previous editions, pulling everything together in one, dynamic new website---MyEducationKit at

Author : Elizabeth Cohen
Genre : Self-Help
Publisher : Bookbaby
ISBN : 0578445816
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File Download : 288 page

FROZEN: Through the Eyes of a Child, Triumph Over Abuse is written to enlighten the reader regarding what daily emotional and physical trauma happens to abused children. How can a child survive when her shattered family fails to protect her? How can an abused child believe she is loved? How does the child deal with multiple losses, the betrayals, the lies, the blame that she must endure from the abusers? What words can express the child's conflict when the man who sexually abuses her is her daddy who she is supposed to love? What has happened to that child of abuse, is a deep-rooted feeling of "not being good enough." It's a tremendous insecurity which prevails throughout the child's life. Other symptoms manifest such as a fear of closeness. Abused children often grow up choosing emotionally unavailable partners, repeating the cycle of abuse that is familiar to them. Yet, again it confirms that "Families don't work." Imagine a father on top of his seven or eight year-old daughter (or son) slowly attempting to penetrate his child. It's a horrific image, right? That's exactly what too many children endure and have to learn to cope with from their fathers, step-fathers, uncles, brothers, cousins, babysitters, and even mothers. Most of the time, sexual abuse is committed by someone who the child trusts. Children are forced to develop coping strategies to survive the trauma and violation that often haunts them for years, affecting every aspect of their lives. It's very common for survivors to have dissociative amnesia. The brain attempts to bury the traumatic event, preventing the memory out until the person is able to handle the reality of what happened to him or her. Now, however, the Child's Victims Act in New York, allows for child victims of sexual abuse to provide an outlet and legal means for the survivors when they do speak out. Other state laws just say, "Sorry we can't help you. There's a statute of limitations; too much time has gone by. It's too late for you!" Tragically, it seems that, all too often, the laws protect the perpetrators and not the victims. Hopefully, all the US states will adopt NY's Child's Victims Act. In reality, we are only victims if we choose to perceive ourselves as victims! We must not be defined based upon our circumstances or by our family of origin! Only we have the power. We must use our power to define ourselves!

Author : Richard North Patterson
Genre : Fiction
Publisher : Random House Digital, Inc.
ISBN : 9780345386137
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A high-powered San Francisco defense attorney becomes the defendant in a scandalous murder case involving accusations of adultery and sexual abuse, divorce, an ugly custody battle, extortion, and conflicting loyalties

Author : Violet Apted
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
Publisher : Strategic Book Publishing
ISBN : 9781625164247
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File Download : 54 page

Imagine if you will, living through World War II in England. The times were traumatic and terrifying. Now imagine that you are seeing the war Through the Eyes of a Child. Author Violet Apted describes what her life was like as a young girl in Ashford Kent in the years 1939 to 1945. Experience her perception of the events, as well as the restrictions placed on her and the effects this had on her life. British children during the war years experienced a vastly different childhood from today. They witnessed the deaths of family and friends, and faced the reality that their own lives were in constant danger. Yet the naivety and boundless innocence of a child weaves its way throughout this heartwarming story. Violet and her childhood friends were never sure if there would be a tomorrow. You will feel this young girl's fears and share her hopes, as she remembers the horrors and dangers that no child should ever have to know. Perhaps if we take Violet's story to heart we can learn from history's mistakes, and no longer will we know War, Through the Eyes of a Child. Violet Apted's mother used to say she was born with a pen in her hand. Now retired, the author lives in Moreton Bay, Queensland, Australia. War, Through the Eyes of a Child is her fourth book. "This is the book I always planned to write." The fifth is underway.

Author : Dominique DeSerres
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
Publisher : Golf Distillery
ISBN : 9781777418311
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“Hi, my name is Henry! Join me as I walk you through the great game of golf and explain what it means to me.” Golf Through the Eyes of a Child is a golf children’s book that seeks to explore the essence of golf. Fundamental golf themes such as family, honesty, perseverance, and of course enjoyment are visited and supported by colourful illustrations in a timeless art style.

Author : Anne Richards
Genre : Children
Publisher : Church House Publishing
ISBN : 0715140884
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File Download : 370 page

A landmark work of theology, exploring 14 key theological themes - such as creation, grace, death and judgement - from the perspective of children. Challenging conventional readings of theology, this work challenges those who care about children and their place in the world and the church.

Author : Jack Veffer
Genre :
Publisher :
ISBN : 1689776218
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This story is the story of murder, mass murder, on a scale hitherto unknown, premeditated and committed in cold blood. The murderers were German and the murdered, the Jews of Holland.