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📒Cambodia In Pictures ✍ Margaret J. Goldstein
✏Cambodia in Pictures Book Summary : Discusses the geography, history, government, people, cultural life, and economy of Cambodia.
📒Human Rights In Cambodia ✍ United States. Congress. House. Committee on International Relations. Subcommittee on International Organizations
✏Human Rights in Cambodia Book Summary :
📒Rwanda In Pictures ✍ Thomas Streissguth
✏Rwanda in Pictures Book Summary : Presents a photographic introduction to the land, history, government, economy, people, and culture of the African nation of Rwanda.
📒Kazakhstan In Pictures ✍ Bella Waters
✏Kazakhstan in Pictures Book Summary : Discusses the history and culture of the former Soviet republic of Kazakhstan.
📒United Kingdom In Pictures ✍ Kumari Campbell
✏United Kingdom in Pictures Book Summary : Discusses the geography, history and government, people, cultural life, and economy of the United Kingdom.
📒Refugee Crisis In Cambodia ✍ United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary
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📒Studies In Sanskrit Inscriptions Of Ancient Cambodia ✍ Mahesh Kumar Sharan
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📒Far Away From The Tigers ✍ Jane Katch
✏Far Away from the Tigers Book Summary : Over the past three decades, more than a quarter of a million children have become citizens of the United States through international adoption. Kindergarten teacher Jane Katch recently found herself with three such children in her class: Katya, born in Russia, Jasper, from Cambodia, and Caleb, from Romania. Each child had spent early years in an orphanage, and each had unique educational and emotional needs. How Katch came to recognize and respond to those needs makes up the journey of discovery in this moving and insightful book. Interspersing vignettes from the classroom and conversations with the children’s parents, Far Away from the Tigers first explores Katch’s misunderstandings and mistakes as she struggles to help the children adjust to school. As Katch learns more about each child’s preadoption past, she gradually realizes that they were deprived of some basic learning experiences and she needs to find ways to fill those gaps. Before Caleb can learn to read or write, he must improve his verbal skills by learning nursery rhymes, stories, and songs. Katya, who came from an overcrowded orphanage, now needs to be the center of attention; before learning how to form real friendships, she first must gain control over more basic functions such as eating and sleeping. And the youngest, Jasper, needs steady encouragement to play with classmates instead of sitting alone practicing his handwriting. Slowly, through trial and error and by drawing on the deep understanding and intense commitment of the children’s parents, Katch discovers the importance—and joy—of allowing each child time to develop in his or her own way. Beautifully told, wise, and candid, Far Away from the Tigers is a gift for parents, teachers, and anyone who cares for children growing up in a new home.
📒Southeast Asia On A Rope Cambodia And Myanmar ✍ Larry Stein
✏Southeast Asia On a Rope Cambodia and Myanmar Book Summary : Using over two hundred color pictures, this guidebook illustrates the charm and adventure of traveling to Cambodia and Myanmar. The guide is aimed at the cost conscious, but not the cost adverse. "A Traveler on a Rope" is neither traveling on a shoestring, nor toting, or having another tote, Hermes luggage. Cost is an object but so is comfort. She recognizes the danger of a luxury cocoon as well as the tedium of a shared bathroom. The guide offers unvarnished recommendations on food, lodging and sights. Equally important, tips are shared to assist each traveler to plan, and memorialize, his perfect Southeast Asian trip.
📒Cambodia Now ✍ Karen J. Coates
✏Cambodia Now Book Summary : "This work examines Cambodian life in the aftermath, focusing on Khmer people of all walks of life and examining through their eyes key facets of Cambodian society, including the ancient Angkor legacy, relations with neighboring countries (particularly th