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📒Flower Children ✍ Elizabeth Gordon
✏Flower Children Book Summary : Published originally in 1910, this charming collection of flower poems and full-color illustrations animates the 82 flowers included in the book. From Crocus to Holly, the flowers are ordered in the book as each would appear throughout the year in a garden. Each illustration is half child and half flower, creating a wonderful way for children to see themselves in the natural world. ""All children are flowers in the garden of God's love. A flower is the mystical counterpart of a child. To the understanding heart a child is a flower and a flower is a child. God made flowers on the day that He made the world beautiful. Then He gave the world children to play amid the flowers. God has implanted in the breasts of children a natural love for flowers-and no one who keeps that love in his heart has entirely forsaken the land of childhood.""-from the Foreword
📒Flower Children ✍ Maxine Swann
✏Flower Children Book Summary : ?A work of stunning lyricism and intense originality?(Mary Gordon, author of Pearl). From an award-winning short story writer comes this spare, lively, moving novel, quickly embraced by critics and readers, portraying the strangely celebrated and unsupervised childhood of four hippie offspring in the 1970s and 80s. Based on the author?s own upbringing, Flower Children tells the story of four children growing up in rural Pennsylvania, impossibly at odds with their surroundings. In time, as the sheltered utopia their parents have created begins to collapse, the children long for structure and restraint?and all their parents have avoided.
📒Where Have All The Flower Children Gone ✍ Sandra Gurvis
✏Where Have All the Flower Children Gone Book Summary : What happened to the Vietnam protesters and civil rights activists? Where did their idealism lead them? And what do they feel they have contributed to the nation's political debate? Answers to these and many other questions can be found in the first-hand narratives, history, and photographs of Where Have All the Flower Children Gone? Chapters examine such aspects as the origins of the student protest movement and the conservative backlash as well as the fates of draft evaders, expatriates, and conscientious objectors. Respondents explore the conflict between the various generations over Vietnam, Iraq, and other issues. What happened to the children of the 1960s, and how do they reconcile their pasts with the present? Gurvis examines little-known aspects of the 1960s such as an uprising at Colorado State and coffeehouses that helped soldiers form opinions about Vietnam. Where Have All the Flower Children Gone? puts a contemporary face on the Age of Aquarius. Gurvis interviews such officials as Senator Chuck Hagel (R-Nebraska) and such high-profile former radicals as Bernadine Dohrn. The book also provides one of the last interviews with the late Ossie Davis. The major and minor players of Kent State and Jackson State, where students and others perished at the hands of soldiers, weigh in as well as do the generations preceding and succeeding the Baby Boomers. Sandra Gurvis is a freelance writer living in Columbus, Ohio. She has written for numerous magazines and is the author of ten books, including the novel The Pipe Dreamers.
📒The Lost Flower Children ✍ Janet Taylor Lisle
✏The Lost Flower Children Book Summary : Two grieving sisters resolve to break a spell cast by evil fairies After the death of their mother, Olivia and Nellie are shipped off to their great-aunt’s house for the summer. Nine-year-old Olivia is not excited about the trip—she has to keep one eye on kind but eccentric Aunt Minty and the other on her younger sister, Nellie, who’s been behaving oddly. But the summer takes an interesting turn when Olivia discovers an old fairy tale: the story of a group of children who, at a garden tea party, are turned into flowers. The garden sounds an awful lot like the one at Aunt Minty’s house—could the flower children be real? If Olivia and Nellie can only locate the old tea set from the story, they might be able to break the spell.
📒Bird Children ✍ Elizabeth Gordon
✏Bird Children Book Summary : Paperback edition. Published originally in 1912, this charming collection of bird poems and full-color illustrations captures the child in each of the 84 birds included in the book. From Rooster to Lyre, the birds are each depicted as part child and part bird. This classic children's book, along with its predeccessor companion Flower Children, is the perfect gift for any child curious about the natural world.
📒Flower Children ✍ Elizabeth Gordon
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📒Flower Children ✍ Robert Vaughan
✏Flower Children Book Summary : The 1960’s have gone down in history as a decade of social and political upheavals, when Americans grappled with the moral dilemmas and social divisions caused by the Vietnam war, the struggle for civil rights, and the radicalism of the nation’s youth. In the ninth volume of Robert Vaughan’s stunning AMERICAN CHRONICLES, a panoramic picture of the American experience unfolds from the perspective of Americans from all walks of life.Cocky and charismatic Bob Parker courts death every day, piloting a chopper in Vietnam. Living each day as though it is his last, he parties recklessly and fights furiously, determined to make it through the war and return home. Heiress Tina Canfield wants only to escape the confines of her wealthy, prominent and conservative family. She longs to join the throngs of young people tuning in, turning on and dropping out. When Tina runs away to join the summer of love in San Francisco, she is unprepared for the heartbreak that freedom can sometimes bring. African-American vet Andrew Jackson finds himself a changed man after a long tour of duty in the US Army. He is as yet unaware of the enormous changes that have occurred at home in the South, as protests and violence explode in the streets of Alabama.
📒Don Camillo Meets The Flower Children ✍ Giovanni Guareschi
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📒Trace A Story ✍ Angela M. Foster
✏Trace A Story Book Summary : Practice manuscript handwriting in a challenging new way! The Trace-A-Story series publishes classic stories in traceable cursive and manuscript handwriting. This gives children extra practice in a more challenging setting and gives them a reason to complete the practice book. Every story is broken up into sections so that it's not too intimidating. One section per day is ideal, but since every person learns at different speeds, more or less can be done per day. Story Summary: 42 types of flowers portrayed as children. Each “Flower Child” has a short poem that whimsically describes it and a full page picture to color.
📒Flower Children ✍ Iacob Adrian
✏Flower Children Book Summary : Flower childrenThis book is part of a major European journalistic and media project .This series of documentary books are the starting point, in order to preserve, with effort, the history ...The concept will be revised and developed in years ...