Along with her own two labs, Saber and Spook, each dog in turn and together heal her heart as she navigates the maze of grief. She gives voice to her dogs, working through the aid of animal communicators to ensure mutual understanding. Each dog, as well as herself, are always treated as spiritual beings, rather than as a dog or human having a spiritual experience. Learn why her dog Treasure is afraid of balloons but loves to pop them. Follow her as she returns to her home of Canada to Vancouver Island. She is guided to cross the Canadian rainbow with her three labs to the shores of Prince Edward Island on the east coast.
She emerges triumphant from her gift of trusting in her heart and the guidance of her dogs and divine spirit. Inspire yourself as you walk in her shoes and the paws of her beloved four-footed angels. She is working on her second book, On the Wings of Butterflies. She and her puppies welcome hearing from you through her website, www. Select Format Softcover. Book Details. Language : English. Format : Softcover. Dimensions : 6x9. Page Count : ISBN : Format : Hardcover. About the Book. About the Author. Customer Reviews.
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Carol Ann Arnim will take you on an amazing journey with her beloved dogs and dear husband. You will enjoy learning about the escapades of her ""four legged angels"" and her ""Roberto. This book shows you how love, both of dogs and people, can touch your heart and soul and change your life forever. Joan Burgess. But I adored her book because she holds nothing back in putting forth her pain, her fears, and her joy.
This stellar book introduces kids to outer space through in-depth info and comic book adventure. Along the way, kids follow explorer Bethany Ehlmann, a member of the NASA Mars Rover Curiosity mission, and her lovable robo-dog, Rover, as they study and protect our amazing solar system. The pairing of fun, graphic novel side stories with science facts makes big concepts accessible and interesting to boys and girls of all levels, from STEM science fans to reluctant readers alike.
Feeling inventive? Get ready to bust boredom with simple experiments! You can learn how to create lightning bolts, build a catapult and much more. With clear instructions and helpful photos, Busting Boredom with Experiments has never been more fun. When Thomas Jefferson negotiated the Louisiana Purchase in , he needed a team to survey that vast, unknown expanse of land. He chose Meriwether Lewis and William Clark.
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Together, they led the Corps of Discovery, a team of intrepid explorers across a wild, dangerous country. Follow their journey across roaring rivers, vast plains, and untrod paths, and learn about the Native Americans they met, the fierce wildlife that threatened their lives, and the hunger, sickness, and injury that dogged them from start to finish. As spectacular as its creation was, the fall of the Mongol Empire was just as remarkable. Its descent into chaos was signaled by inter-family rebellion across the four khanates established by Genghis Khan. As weaker Mongol leaders struggled to retain control, drought, flood, famine, and the bubonic plague eventually contributed to the collapse of each khanate.
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As this volume amply demonstrates, though the Mongols were fierce warriors, their legacy also includes a culture of honor and discipline, centralized government structure, trade promotion and communication routes, and religious tolerance, all of which helped spread wealth, information, and technology across two continents. At its greatest extent in the 13th and 14th centuries, the Mongol Empire stretched from northeastern Europe to northern China and the Pacific, and this well-written set covers its entire history, from founding to expansion and enormous influence to decline The Mongol empire is an often overlooked part of history, and this set gives it the attention it deserves.
School Library Journal, November December 12, Everything moves! Kids run around the playground, cars drive on the road, and balls fly through the air.
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With 25 Great Projects, readers ages 7 through 10 discover that the push and pull of every object on the planet and in space depends on how a force acts upon it. Things float because of a force called buoyancy, we stick to the ground because of a force called gravity, and we make footprints in sand because of a force called pressure. Physics becomes accessible and interactive through activities such as a experimenting with a water cup drop, building a bridge, and spotting magnetic field lines. Simple machines such as levers, pulleys, and wedges are used as vehicles for discovery and comprehension of the foundational concepts of physical science.
Using a theme familiar to everyone—motion—this book captures the imagination and encourages young readers to push, pull, twist, turn, and spin their way to learning about forces and motion. Physics is fun with this colorful and informative book for students ages 7— Using the theme of motion, the book encourages readers to push, pull, spin, twist, and turn their way to learning basic concepts of force and motion.
There are ample activities and projects throughout the book that provide the reader with ways to explore forces and motion and learn basic concepts while having loads of fun.
Students will enjoy the fun graphics in the book. This book would be excellent as a textbook for young readers. Take a close-up look at sports and nanotechnology, the cutting-edge science that manipulates objects at the atomic level. Nanotechnology is used to create high-tech swimsuits, tennis rackets, golf clubs, running shoes, and more. It is changing the face of sports as we know it. School Library Journal May June 22, The list provides knowledgeable recommendations to educators, librarians, parents, and caregivers about the best trade books with STEM content.
December 8, Booklist May June 22, Swanson is splendid at explaining how nanotechnology works, and boxed asides help readers conduct experiments on drag, surface area, and such. Kirkus Reviews April June 22, June 22, This reader-friendly introduction to nanotechnology breaks down the science and describes the processes of nano-manufacturing in a clear and understandable way. Packed with photographs, diagrams, and text boxes, this book will appeal to athletes and sports enthusiasts—and the curious.
ILA May June 22, They fix spacecraft, dance, tell jokes, and even clean your carpet!
From the tiniest robo-bees to gigantic factory machines, robotics is all around you. The four chapters, introduction, and afterword offer a planned route through these ambitious overviews, while the mini-bites of information keep them friendly. School Library Journal April June 22, This book is chock full of text and visual information about robotics.
It will take readers days and many close re-readings to digest all the information provided about the history of robotics, the influences of robotics on facets of our lives, and how to get involved with robotics challenges. ILA May, June 22, Give up? Your brain is mission control for the rest of your body and steers you through life. Not bad for something the size of a softball that looks like a wrinkled grey sponge! In this fascinating, interactive book — a companion to the National Geographic Channel hit show — kids explore the parts of the brain and how it all works, brainy news nuggets from a neuroscientist, plus fun facts and crazy challenges.
Interview starts at Love the Brain Games book but need ideas for how to incorporate it into your classroom? Download and print on 8 x5 inch paper standard size. Download and print on inch paper legal size. ILA June 22, See More. This colorful book is full of cool optical illusions, memory tests, and pattern finding challenges paired with clear and energetic explanations of the neuroscience behind them. September 3, In order to help readers become well informed, this series discusses the benefits and drawbacks of several technological advances that are permeating education and industry today, as well as ones that teens may or may not already be using in their daily lives.
The books are well structured and clearly written, but the text can be extremely detailed and dense. A glossary does help with this. VERDICT Considering the rapid evolution of tech, educators may wonder how relevant this set will be in a few years, but readers will most likely take an interest in certain topics and can certainly benefit from learning more. A background in technology isn't an absolute requirement, but these books are not for total Luddites: teens need to have some awareness of context and terms.
School Library Journal April 8, Engineers design our modern world. They combine science and technology to create incredible vehicles, structures, and objects. This title examines amazing feats of electrical engineering. Engaging text explores the global positioning system, solar power plants, and self-driving cars. It also examines the engineers who made these projects a reality and traces the history of the discipline. A hands-on project and career-planning chart give readers a sense of what it takes to become an engineer.
Additional features include a table of contents, a selected bibliography, source notes, and an index, plus essential facts about each featured feat of engineering. Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. Gr Readers will be fascinated by this intermediate series and its appreciation for all things rock. Filled with vibrant images of crystals and gems that jump off the pages, these informative volumes explore the field of geology in easy-to-understand texts. Deadly bombs. Human experiments. Spies and black ops.
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