Life In A Jar
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📒Life In A Jar ✍ Jack Mayer
✏Life in a Jar Book Summary : Tells story of Irena Sendler who organized the rescue of 2,500 Jewish children during World War II, and the teenagers who started the investigation into Irena's heroism.
📒Life In A Jar ✍ Stephen Sutton
✏Life in a Jar Book Summary : This book provides readers with a factual study of the meaning of dyslexia. The author journeys through time back to the sixties and seventies at school life with corporal punishment. Stephen then balances the school systems of the sixties to the school life today, and compares just how much help is available today. The author uses examples of people who suffer from dyslexia, including his own experience. He then demonstrates how people can become successful despite their disability using celebrities as examples. Finally, the author looks at the prison system and how many prisoners are affected by dyslexia.
📒A Jar Of Fingers The Complicated Life Of Deegie Tibbs Book 1 ✍ C.L. Hernandez
✏A Jar of Fingers The Complicated Life of Deegie Tibbs Book 1 Book Summary : Deegie Tibbs is an independent young witch with a funky little shop that sells magical items, a crazy collection of magical friends, and a brand new (haunted) house, complete with ghosts in the walls and a basement with a gallon jar of human fingers and its very own demon. It’s a complicated life…and things are about to get really weird.
📒Cultured Food In A Jar ✍ Donna Schwenk
✏Cultured Food in a Jar Book Summary : In her third cookbook, creator and founder of the Cultured Food Life blog and author of Cultured Food for Life and Cultured Food for Health Donna Schwenk offers over 100 probiotic recipes for the on-the-go lifestyle. These cultured food recipes are easy-to-make and all portable in jars. Schwenk covers everything from the basics like making your own kefir, kombucha, and nondairy milks, to snacks and beverages, to filling, savory meals. Complete with full-color photos and clear, thorough instructions, Cultured Food in a Jar offers an accessible, mouthwatering approach to probiotic eating and gut health.
📒Hope In A Jar ✍ Beth Harbison
✏Hope in a Jar Book Summary : Twenty years ago, Allie Denty was the pretty one and her best friend Olivia Pelham was the smart one. Throughout high school, they were inseparable...until a vicious rumor about Olivia— a rumor too close to the truth—ended their friendship. Now, on the eve of their twentieth high school reunion, Allie, a temp worker, finds herself suddenly single, a little chubby, and feeling old. Olivia, a cool and successful magazine beauty editor in New York, realizes she's lonely, and is finally ready to face her demons. Sometimes hope lives in the future; sometimes it comes from the past; and sometimes, when every stupid thing goes wrong, it comes from a prettily packaged jar filled with scented cream and promises. Beth Harbison has done it again. A hilarious and touching novel about friendship, Love's Baby Soft perfume, Watermelon Lip Smackers, bad run-ins with Sun-In, and the healing power of "Gee Your Hair Smells Terrific." Hope in a Jar: we all need it.
📒 Hours Like Bright Sweets In A Jar ✍ Alicja Bemben
✏ Hours like bright sweets in a jar Book Summary : The papers gathered in the present collection investigate time and temporality from a number of interdisciplinary perspectives: literary or film studies, postcolonial theory, physics, philosophy, psychology, urban studies, history and gender studies. This wide spectrum of scholarly approaches encompasses chapters dealing with the convergences of time and the human psyche; time and the body; time and memory; time and trauma; time and change; time and cultural reproduction; time and language; time and the city; and time and identity. It transpires that the imaginary refigurations of time more often than not constitute resistance against the linearity of chronometric time, represented by institutions, capitalism, government and power, and attempts to colonize the human psyche. In attempting to assault this hegemony of linear time, literary, cinematographic and cultural practice enacts exploding temporalities to reflect the multifacetedness and multidirectionality of the human experience of time.
📒Out Of The Jar ✍ Stephen Robert Sutton
✏Out of the Jar Book Summary : This book is a collection of my poetry over the years inspired by the life I have led working in the care setting and traveling all over the world. I hope you enjoy my work and may find it useful to use in the right settings, for instance “Those in Grief” has been used in funerals. My life has been rather colorful to say the least, and I have been in a few situations facing danger and adventure, bringing me to the present day. Now at sixty-three, I can reflect on this and laugh at the funny events and sigh with relief at actually surviving other situations. I consider each event as a blip in my life and nothing more. Yes, I do have nightmares from my worst experiences as a teenager, but I just thank God that I survived to tell the tale.
📒Lightning In A Jar ✍ Daron Kenneth
✏Lightning in a Jar Book Summary : Lightning in a Jar is a collection of poetry that gives the reader an intricate visit into the mindscapes and thoughts of the writer's gifted mind. A real and sometimes surreal ride into the passages of his soul... Lightning in a Jar takes the reader on a continuing eclectic journey into some of life's most richest and memorable moments that are often missed, overlooked or taken for granted by the casual observer.
📒Life In The Temperate Forest ✍ Edward P. Ortleb
✏Life in the Temperate Forest Book Summary : Color Overheads Included! The information contained in this resource and activity book follows a learning cycle that includes: a) free exploration by the students; b) expansion of exploration through activities that allow children to test, integrate, and sort out their discoveries; and c) application of concepts through individual and group projects which provide students with the opportunity to enhance and share what they have learned. Each section includes teacher resource material, planned lessons, suggested forest log entries, and expansion activities. In the Getting Started section, students will look at collected samples, books, magazines, and other resources. The display table's contents will motivate curiosity and questions. Watch carefully during this stage for high-interest items and concepts. Perhaps your class will want to explore in depth how a tree is home to many creatures, or examine the human connection to the forest.
📒Why You Should Store Your Farts In A Jar ✍ David Haviland
✏Why You Should Store Your Farts in a Jar Book Summary : The next book in the strange and fascinating series that began with the national bestseller Why You Shouldn't Eat Your Boogers & Other Useless or Gross Information About Your Body. The national bestseller Why You Shouldn't Eat Your Boogers & Other Useless or Gross Information About Your Body uncovered everything one might want to know (and a few things one might not) about the human body. The follow-up bestseller Why Fish Fart & Other Useless or Gross Information About the World contained an artful selection of odd and/or unsavory facts about the world. Why Dogs Eat Poop scoured the animal kingdom for gross and or off-color facts about animals. In this delightfully disgusting new book in the series, David Haviland plumbs the world of medicine to uncover the answers to such vitally important questions as: *What exactly is urine therapy? *Is it safe to fly with breast implants? *How did a nine-and-a-half-inch spatula find its way into a surgery patient's body? *Why do some boxers drink their own pee? *What is cyclic vomiting syndrome and how can one avoid it? Any fan of the absurd and/or obscure is sure to delight in this strange (and slightly stomach-turning) book.