The Pippa Guide

Author: Pippa O'Connor Ormond
Editor: Penguin UK
ISBN: 1844884740
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"I think anyone can do anything they want to do. I really believe that." Style icon and savvy businesswoman Pippa O'Connor Ormond believes that anything is achievable if you put your mind to it. In this honest and revealing guide to modern life, Pippa shares some of her personal moments, experiences and life lessons that have shaped her into the person she is today. From excelling at work, to making your house a home, styling your wardrobe and perfecting your beauty routine, nurturing family and friendships while promoting self-care, Pippa will reveal her most valuable tips for bringing positivity and happiness into your life. "I'm always practising gratitude. No matter what you have in life, once you are grateful for it, it manifests more. 100%."

A Guide Book To The Poetic And Dramatic Works Of Robert Browning

Author: George Willis Cooke
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The Cambridge Guide To Literature In English

Author: Dominic Head
Editor: Ernst Klett Sprachen
ISBN: 9783125161382
File Size: 62,16 MB
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The Spy Guide To Design And Print

Author: Pippa Young
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First Aid Handbook

Author: Pippa Keech
Editor: Southwater Pub
ISBN: 9781844762545
File Size: 59,93 MB
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This fully illustrated, comprehensive guide provides expert, up-to-date information on the safest and easiest ways to prevent and deal with all kinds of problems and emergencies. Step-by-Step Help: Simple step-by-step text and more than 650 colour photographs and illustrations explain a broad range of vital techniques, including how to: Carry out emergency life-saving procedures * Deal with major wounds and severe bleeding * Apply slings, dressings and bandages * Treat burns, from sunburn to chemical scoulding * Recognize heart problems such as palpitations, angina and cardiac arrest * Give vital help to those with breathing difficulties * Detect and deal with symptoms of poisoning Wide-Ranging Information: The book includes: A special life-saving priorities section * Chapters highlighting problems specific to babies and small children * An outdoor safety section, providing sensible safety tips for those enjoying active hobbies or travelling abroad * A chapter on safety and security, and how to avoid accidents and dangerous medical situations * A section on complementary therapies and alternative treatements and solutions This authoritative manual brings all the safe, accessible and reliable first aid information you will need together into one handy volume. Understanding at least the basics of first aid is a vital skill that everyone should master, and this book is the perfect teacher.

The Parents Guide To Specific Learning Difficulties

Author: Veronica Bidwell
Editor: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
ISBN: 1784503088
File Size: 35,76 MB
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Packed full of advice and practical strategies for parents and educators, this book is a one-stop-shop for supporting children with Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLDs). Part one introduces a spectrum of SpLDs, ranging from poor working memory, dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia, through to ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Auditory Processing Disorder (APD), Specific Language Impairment and Visual Processing Difficulty. It explains clearly what each difficulty is, how it can affect a child's learning and how to help a child to succeed despite their difficulties. Part two includes a host of tips, tools and strategies to support your child's efforts in areas such as reading, writing, spelling and handwriting, as well as advice on motivation, confidence and managing life's setbacks. Written by an experienced Educational Psychologist, this is the perfect guide for parents and carers who are looking for ways to support their child's learning, as well as for educators and teachers looking for advice on how to differentiate lessons and motivate pupils with SpLDs.

Flora Of The Southern Western Ghats And Palnis

Author: Pippa Mukherjee
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ISBN: 9789385285172
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* An extremely useful field guide for general readers and nature lovers * This book provides a list of more than 200 species of trees, herbs, and shrubs that can be found in the region, accompanied by over 400 color imagesThis field guide is the result of the author's intense study of the flora of the southern western Ghats as well as those of Palni hills for several years. The book lists more than 200 species of trees, herbs, and shrubs that can be found in the region. The author names the genus, the species, the short name of the botanist who classified the plant, and the family name of the plant, in all the cases. She also takes great pains to provide the common English names as well as the local names of the species in various regional languages of India. Not only is the distribution of the species in various parts of the world explained, but the author also gives a physical description of the species, including its leaves, flowers, and fruits. Medicinal as well as general uses of any part or parts of the plant is also explained in most cases. The author, however, warns the reader that use of any species for medicinal purposes must be preceded by doctoral advice.Contents: Preface; Acknowledgements; Introduction; Trees; Shrubs; Herbs; Line Drawings; Glossary; Bibliography; Indices - Trees, Shrubs, Herbs; Index.

English For Everyone Teacher S Guide

Author: DK
Editor: Dorling Kindersley Ltd
ISBN: 0241467179
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PLEASE NOTE - this is a replica of the print book and you will need paper and a pencil to complete the exercises. An essential teacher's companion to an innovative and uniquely visual English-language course, this e-guide will help English teachers create clear, focused lesson plans, explain difficult concepts in a simple and concise way, and make language learning exciting, intuitive, and incredibly easy. The English for Everyone Teacher's Guide is designed to accompany English for Everyone, a comprehensive course in English as a foreign language for adults. English for Everyone combines innovative and systematic visual teaching methods with bold design to make the English language easy to understand and learn. Key language skills, grammar rules, and vocabulary are reinforced with listening, speaking, reading, and writing exercises. The English for Everyone Teacher's Guide will help busy classroom teachers or one-on-one tutors get the most out of using English for Everyone with their students. Its step-by-step guide to the course's crystal-clear, tightly structured teaching method will show teachers how to explain even the trickiest points of English in a way that is engaging and easy to follow. It also includes a guide to English for Everyone's highly versatile exercises, which are primarily suitable for homework, independent study, or one-on-one tuition, but can readily be adapted for classroom or group activities.

Your Dog And You A Guide To A Healthy Life With Your Best Friend

Author: Joe Inglis
Editor: Kings Road Publishing
ISBN: 1782196048
File Size: 75,48 MB
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Owning a dog can be an incredibly rewarding and fulfilling experience and a healthy relationship with your pet is the key to a well-balanced, happy animal. In Your Dog and You, Joe Inglis draws on his years of experience as a practising vet, as well as a lifetime as a passionate dog owner, to bring you the ultimate guide on how to get the best for you and your pet.This informative and practical book is filled with Joe's expert advice on everything you need to know in order to live your life happily with your dog, such as: choosing the breed that is right for your lifestyle; how to care for your puppy; how to organise daily life for you and your pet; dealing with behavioural issues; keeping your dog healthy and how to help your dog cope with old age.Joe uses his extensive knowledge to ring you not only down-to-earth advice but also a philosophy for your life with your dog. Far from being just an encyclopaedia of veterinary care or behavioural guidance, it is a complete guide to happy, healthy lifestyle that will benefit both your dog and you.

The Happy Cat Handbook

Author: Pippa Mattinson
Editor: Random House
ISBN: 147356008X
File Size: 80,12 MB
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Whether you are thinking of getting a kitten, already have a cat, or are considering adopting a rescue moggy, this is the book for you! The chapters cover: breeds and types, advice on rescuing versus buying, feeding, training, sleeping and play, keeping your cat healthy, grooming, the pros and cons of indoors and outdoors cats, caring for senior cats, dealing with destructive behaviour and aggression, how to integrate a second cat and troubleshooting tips for all-round happiness. With adorable photos throughout, this wonderfully informative book deserves a place in every cat owner's home.

The Labrador Handbook

Author: Pippa Mattinson
Editor: Random House
ISBN: 1473527988
File Size: 26,31 MB
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Pippa Mattinson, dog-training specialist, tells you everything you need to know about training and caring for your labrador. From puppyhood to old age, this book provides an in-depth guide to raising your labrador, making for a contented owner and a happy dog. Pippa Mattinson is in touch with over 300,000 dog owners every month through her website www.thelabradorsite.com and online forum www.thelabradorforum.com and knows exactly what labrador owners want. Founder of The Gundog Trust, her first two books Total Recall and The Happy Puppy Handbook have won praise from many happy dog owners.

The Guide Post

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The Sponsorship Handbook

Author: Pippa Collett
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470979844
File Size: 33,53 MB
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The Sponsorship Handbook is a practical guide to sponsorship aimed at practitioners both working for sponsoring companies and those searching for sponsorship. Using the tools, techniques, advice and best practice advocated in this book both sponsors and sponsor seekers will benefit from better servicing and activation once a sponsorship is implemented, with metrics that enable data-based accountability rather than hearsay. "Everyone in the sponsorship industry, from the biggest events and properties to the smallest, are benefitting from the increasing knowledge, data availability, metrics and professionalism in using sponsorship. The Sponsorship Handbook is a part of that process which we hope will bring future success and proven sound results to all in the complex and exciting world of sponsorship." —Luis Vicente, Head of Partnerships, Manchester City Football Club "An indispensable reference for any marketer who is keen to build his/her brand using sponsorship; the new ascending way to empower brands." —Faisal Al-Dail, Saudi Post

Guide To Journeys Through Bookland

Author: Charles Herbert Sylvester
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A guide to reading the stories and explaining what might be missed.

The Guide To Selecting Plays

Author: Samuel French Ltd
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University And Chronic Illness

Author: Pippa Stacey
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ISBN: 9781916225121
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A Guide To Nuclear Energy

Author: R. F. K. Belchem
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A Day Care Guide For Administrators Teachers And Parents

Author: Sarah Elliott
Editor: MIT Press (MA)
ISBN:
File Size: 80,21 MB
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The need for day care in the United States is enormous and increasing rapidly. Between 4 and 4.5 million preschoolers have mothers who work, and only about 2 percent of these children are in child-care centers. Demand for day care cuts across social and economic lines. It may be a means of improving a family's economic status or simply a way of giving a mother the freedom to pursue her own interests. This book is based on A Study in Child Care, 1970-71,prepared for the Office of Economic Opportunity. From an original list of 188 centers, the study selected 20 programs, representing the wide diversity of groups interested in providing child care. These included centers and systems located all around the country—on Indian reservations, in the inner city, in mobile trailers, in Appalachia, and in the suburbs. Sponsors, too, were diverse, including employers, unions, private corporations, federal, state, and local agencies, as well as parents. The study interviewed directors, teachers, support staff, children, community people, and parents. Children and teachers were observed in their daily center routines. Budgets were carefully recorded with attention to both dollar and in-kind revenues and expenditures. A panel of child-care experts acted as advisors for the study, and all final case studies were reviewed by the centers involved. Part I of the book describes the people involved in child care and what they do: the children, the staff, directors and boards, and parents. Part II delineates basic program components—education, nutrition, health, and supplemental services—and uses examples from the centers the authors felt were handling these aspects in creative or particularly appropriate ways. Part III examines operating costs for day care, outlines start-up activities and their costs, and describes a model center serving 50 children. Part IV consists of detailed case studies of four of the programs studied: a small urban center, a large urban home-care program, a small program for migrant children, and a large rural child-care system. The appendix contains four summary charts of all 20 centers studied. This book will be useful to people who are operating, or considering operating, day-care programs, to teachers, and to parents who are attempting to choose a day-care center for their children or evaluate a center their children presently attend. As the authors explain, "Our intent is not to propound hard and fast rules but merely to point out what's working for others and might prove helpful to you."

The Cvr Tourist Guide To Southern Africa

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The Happy Puppy Handbook

Author: Pippa Mattinson
Editor: Random House
ISBN: 1448177375
File Size: 80,10 MB
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Pippa Mattinson, dog-training specialist, tells you everything you need to know about training and caring for your new puppy. From preparing the house and garden before the puppy arrives, to introducing your new friend to all the family (including children and other animals), and solving problems like crying, night waking, feeding, upset stomachs, biting, chewing and jumping up, this book is packed with all you need to know as a puppy owner.