Grief Is Like A Snowflake Activity And Idea Book

Author: Julia Cook
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ISBN: 9781931636353
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The purpose of this book is to offer grief facilitators, educators, and parents "hands on" activities that explore the greiving process. Participants will gain a better understanding of what grief is, how to personlize it, and how to endure it. The activities are practical, easy to implement, and meaningful.

The Criterion

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The Criterion Art Science And Literature

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Select Notes On The International Sunday School Lessons

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School Library Journal

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The Youth S Companion

Author: Nathaniel Willis
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Includes music.

Ladies Home Journal

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The Illustrated London News

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The Western Literary Messenger

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Backpacker

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Backpacker brings the outdoors straight to the reader's doorstep, inspiring and enabling them to go more places and enjoy nature more often. The authority on active adventure, Backpacker is the world's first GPS-enabled magazine, and the only magazine whose editors personally test the hiking trails, camping gear, and survival tips they publish. Backpacker's Editors' Choice Awards, an industry honor recognizing design, feature and product innovation, has become the gold standard against which all other outdoor-industry awards are measured.

Our Roots Grow Deep

Author: Daniel Gross
Editor: Rodale Books
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Our Roots Grow Deep- The Story of Rodale by Rodale, Inc. Hailed by some as a "visionary" and others as a "quack," Jerome Irving Rodale and his wife, Anna, moved from New York City to the rural community of Emmaus, Pennsylvania, where they bought a farm and lived the life they had only dreamed about. J. I.'s interest in chemical free food and his own health led to the creation of Organic Farming and Gardening magazine in 1942, and in 1950, to Prevention magazine. After J. I. suffered a fatal heart attack on the Dick Cavett Show in 1971, his son, Robert, took over and incorporated organic gardening and farming and preventive health care into more far-reaching areas of organic living, active lifestyles, and regenerative agriculture. After Bob died tragically in 1990, Ardie, Bob's widow, and their family carried on the tradition. The company, still privately owned and run, brought the concepts of organic food, healthy active living, and environmental responsibility to the mainstream, and now reaches some 25 million customers through Prevention, Organic Gardening, Men's Health, Women's Health, Best Life, Bicycling, Mountain Bike, Runner's World, and Running Times magazines; best-selling books such as An Inconvenient Truth, The South Beach Diet, The Doctors Book of Home Remedies, and Eat This, Not That!; multimedia Web sites; and numerous philanthropic activities. In this gorgeous, full-color volume loaded with photos and memorabilia, the story of the modest beginnings of this fascinating family and their sixty-plus years of tireless work that now helps millions of people worldwide live a more whole life is now available for the first time.

Youth S Companion

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Who Will Make The Pies When I M Gone

Author: Jamie C. Schneider
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 1475976461
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Jamie Schneider’s life changed with one phone call in February of 2010. After months of sensing something was not right with her body, Jamie was diagnosed with stage IV ovarian cancer, sending her on a relentless search for information about cancer and for ideas on how to survive the devastating news. Facing her diagnosis, Jamie already knew her life would never be the same. Whether she liked it or not, she was now immersed in the dark side of cancer. As this ancient rogue force claimed its space in her body and she became a stranger in an unfamiliar land, Jamie details how her relentless desire to understand created a voice of validation. She walked through a shadowy world of cancer that left her somewhere between alive and dead. Now Jamie exposes the harsh reality of her experience, the reactions of her friends and family, the treatment and devastating losses, the yo-yo of hope and hopelessness, and the painful paradox of living while dying. In Who Will Make the Pies When I’m Gone? Jamie shares a powerful, honest glimpse into her world as she struggles to make this new limited version of her life meaningful after a cancer diagnosis.

The New York Times Book Review

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Instructor

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Waverley Magazine

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Contemporary Literary Criticism

Author: Daniel G. Marowski
Editor: Gale / Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9780810344228
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Gathers excerpts from critical articles written about twentieth century literature, and provides background information on the author being considered