Cassell S Book Of In Door Amusements Card Games And Fireside Fun

Author: Cassell, ltd
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The Play Day Book Or New Stories For Little Folks

Author: Fanny Fern (pseud. van Sarah Payson Willis)
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Armor

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The Infinite Playground

Author: Bernard De Koven
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ISBN: 0262044072
File Size: 48,12 MB
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"Bernie De Koven was a prominent figure in the sixties and seventies, an idealist who believed that games, play and just plain fun could change the way people viewed the world. Oddly enough, his idealism didn't have the impact it should have until the advent of game studies in the late 20th century. Unlike Johan Huizinga's Homo Ludens (published in 1938) and Roger Callois's Man, Play and Games (published in 1961), both hugely influential in game studies theory today, Bernie De Koven was more practice-based, an advocate for play in a time of Lego and Sesame Street, when idealism ran rampant and play was viewed as a way of bringing people together. The Infinite Playground was written as the author was dying from cancer. With the help of a supportive group of editors and like-minded games scholars (including Celia Pearce, Eric Zimmerman, Jesper Juul, Frank Lantz, Katie Salen, Ian Bogost, et al.,) The Infinite Playground is a final testament to the importance that play can inhabit in our daily lives. There's no question that there's something of a Sesame Street vibe in much of Bernie's writing. As one of contributors, Sebastian Quack noted after his first experience with one of Bernie's workshops, it "looks like the (participants) are releasing their inner child." But The Infinite Playground, instead, is talking about releasing the inner adult. Alternative Reality Games, LARPs (Live Action Role-Playing games) have a direct correspondence with many of the goals Bernie De Koven expresses in this book: games and play as a means for improving the quality of human life or working towards the solution of social ills"

I Know You Re In There

Author: Marcia Hinds
Editor: Skyhorse
ISBN: 1510748253
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For parents of children with autism and doctors treating autism, this groundbreaking guide will give you the tools to help your child. There was something wrong with Ryan. His parents knew it before the psychiatrist predicted he would end up in an institution. Ryan was diagnosed with autism at age four. That day changed everything. There was no recovery from autism . . . there was no cure . . . there was no hope. Or was there? I Know You’re in There tells the true story of how, through diet, applied behavior analysis, consistent and rigorous medical treatment, and more, Ryan’s family was able to overcome autism. It took a lot of trial and error, but today Ryan is an aerospace engineer, has friends, and lives a happy “typical” life. His recovery wasn’t miraculous, but instead the result of getting proper medical care, and his parents never taking “no” for an answer. Marcia provides real world examples and actionable steps to take to get your child the treatment and care that could help them beat autism. If your child has been diagnosed with autism, or the warning signs are there, which are also covered here, I Know You’re in There is an indispensable resource in your fight against autism spectrum disorder.

Harper S Round Table

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Man At Play

Author: John Armitage
Editor: Frederick Warne Publishers
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Mastering Magic Cards

Author: George Baxter
Editor: Wordware
ISBN: 9781556224577
File Size: 75,13 MB
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Fun

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The Argosy

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Temple Bar With Which Is Incorporated Bentley S Miscellany

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Temple Bar

Author: George Augustus Sala
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Hobby Fun Book For Grade School Boys And Girls

Author: Margaret Oldroyd Hyde
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An activity book from the 1950s provides instructions for experiments with small animals, plants, the air, electricity, and chemistry, as well as crafts involving paper, modelling, and painting, that use simple, readily-available materials.

Gameaxis Unwired

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GameAxis Unwired is a magazine dedicated to bring you the latest news, previews, reviews and events around the world and close to you. Every month rain or shine, our team of dedicated editors (and hardcore gamers!) put themselves in the line of fire to bring you news, previews and other things you will want to know.

The Soul Of Screenwriting

Author: Keith Cunningham
Editor: Continuum
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Marital Conflict

Author: Jennifer Claire Ablow
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Sensational Kids

Author: Lucy Jane Miller
Editor: Penguin
ISBN: 1101203307
File Size: 16,89 MB
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Revised and updated—the authoritative bestseller that presents the latest research on Sensory Processing Disorder. Sensory Processing Disorder is an increasingly common diagnosis, with a wide range of symptoms that can be difficult for parents and pediatricians to identify. In Sensational Kids, internationally renowned expert Dr. Miller shares her more than forty years of experience and research findings on SPD. Now in its fourteenth printing, with more than 50,000 copies sold in all formats, it is an authoritative and practical guide to understanding and treating this little-understood condition. Newly updated, this revised edition will include the latest research on SPD's relationship to autism, as well as new treatment options and coping strategies for parents, teachers, and others who care for kids with SPD. Other topics include: The signs and symptoms of SPD Its four major subtypes How the disorder is diagnosed and treated sensory strategies to help SPD kids develop, learn and succeed, in school and in life.

Two Two Five

Author: Dolly Rice
Editor: WestBow Press
ISBN: 1449784410
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An atomic view into the private life of Larry Sietsma, former USMC fighter pilot, airline pilot, founder of two nationally acclaimed home-building companies, and winner of the coveted Entrepreneur of the Year Award. More than twenty thousand homes have been built from Larry’s designs. In 2003, Larry flew around the world in his twin-engine Beechcraft Baron alone with his wife, Sherry, and two huge auxiliary fuel tanks. Full of adventure, he nonetheless manages to leave his indelible personal mark on all he touches. In this biographical memoir, the author felt a strong compulsion to tell of her extraordinary brother. All who know him already agree that Larry is exceptional. But is he just lucky? Charmed? Driven? Look inside and see the makeup of this man. You will see that greatness is not measured by what you have or what you have done, but by the person you are.

The Score Is Love All

Author: Virgil L. Brady
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 1469780801
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Youth Sports: Parents and Kids Working Together Real solutions for parents and kids who share in youth sports Learn How To: Raise "successful" children Deal with burnout and boredom Positive ways to express anger Motivate kids Bring about change Talk to kids so they'll listen Keep the game fun Understand your parents Develop your full capabilities "This book, like Virgil's sermons, is full of insight and humility, from a man who started out to be a coach and ended up a pastor." -Roy Williams, Head Basketball Coach, University of North Carolina. "An excellent foundation for enhancing communication between parents and kids." -Tracy Austin former No.1 World-ranked Player, two-time U.S.Open Champion, mother of three sons. "This is a must read book for parents who are striving to find healthy and constructive ways of nurturing their child's growth as an athlete." -Dr. Allen Berger, Ph.D., Sports Counselor and Co-author of Sports Psychology for the Competitive Junior Tennis Player (Audiobook). "This book helped me improve my mental game and gave me a much better perspective on competition in my sport." -Jenny Roulier, Collegiate Athlete, Denver, Colo. "I liked how Chapter 7 talked to kids about their parents. Now I understand why they get angry and I won't get so hurt or mad when they do." -Alexander Mody, USTA Southern California Ranked Junior

Soccer

Author: Dan Herbst
Editor: Universe Pub
ISBN: 9780789303387
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The official playing and coaching manual for youth soccer of the United States Soccer Federation. The definitive playing and coaching manual for youth soccer. Compiled by the coaching, educational and technical staff of U.S. Soccer, this book offers extensive information on all aspects of the game, technique, tactics, laws, prevention and care of injury, coaching preparation, organizational structure, model training sessions, and more than 100 practice games suitable for developing aspects of every player's game. Features numerous games for developing dribbling * passing * finishing * heading * defending * goalkeeping, as well as games specifically for young beginners * games to teach tactics * overall soccer decision-making. Extensive technique section offers detailed pointers on dribbling and turning moves * shielding * passing * receiving * drives * chips, bending the ball and volleys * heading * marking * tackling * goalkeeping catches * dives and saves. Tactical chapters offer detailed information on fundamental attacking tactics * defensive principles * restart tactics for defensive and offensive success. Model training sections construct excellent practice sessions, from warmup through cool down exercises * useful for all coaches as a guide to improving performance * efficiency * enjoyment of training.