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📒Tamsin ✍ Peter S. Beagle
✏Tamsin Book Summary : From the bestselling author of The Last Unicorn comes an “engaging story of a friendship that transcends time”(Library Journal)... Arriving in the magnificent countryside of Dorset, England, to live with her mother and new stepfather, the young and very American Jenny Gluckstein has little interest in her historic surroundings, including that of the 700 acre Stourhead Farm her stepfather is restoring. Then she meets Tamsin, a kindred spirit that has haunted the lonely estate for 300 years, trapped by a hidden trauma she can't remember, and by a powerful evil even the spirits of night cannot name. To help her, Jenny must delve deeper into the dark world than any human has in centuries, and face a danger that will change her life forever.
📒Tamsin S War ✍ Rosina Tsang
✏Tamsin s War Book Summary : Tamsin is a naval medical officer working at Selly Oak, about to go on her first deployment to Afghanistan. She receives what can only be described as a baptism of fire. This young and deeply caring woman is left scarred and shocked by her experiences. Paul, a paratrooper, has arrived back in Selly Oak with life changing injuries both physical and mental, and has a frightening road ahead. Both have different paths to follow and challenges to meet on the road to find happiness and peace in the aftermath.
📒My Name Is Tamsin ✍ JR Smith
✏My Name Is Tamsin Book Summary : The young heroine, Tamsin, has capabilities that resemble the beginnings of super powers but are in reality things anyone can accomplish if they don’t know they can’t, and some people in this world already do. The book is written to depict characters that are in part typical of their natural age so readers can relate to them. It is set mostly in New Zealand. This first book sets the stage for the formation of the team which will fight conspiracies to gain control of the new United World Government thus preserving the new world peace. The story starts with two children, a girl and a boy, both found abandoned, one in America and one in New Zealand. The children are about 2 years old. The unexplained illness of one starts the family caring for him searching for answers. The girl has been adopted in New Zealand, her parents killed in a car accident and is now cared for by her adoptive older sister. The children are identical and very unusual. The families meet and come together looking for answers. The answers are not simple. The children are genetically engineered, designed for nefarious purpose and those who created them, living under cover of a powerful cult, want them back. Book one covers the abduction of the children, their development, their escape and the fight to stop the plans of the men who stole them. It includes government involvement and conspiracy, international security and the developing relationships of the people involved. It is written in three parts. The first, with the children up to their abduction at age 9. The second begins 5 years later as the children escape. The third is the battle to stop the cult leader and destroy his plans to hijack the election of the first One World President
📒The Taming Of Tamsin ✍ Wibberley, Mary
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📒Learning From Children Who Read At An Early Age ✍ Diana Hughes
✏Learning From Children Who Read at an Early Age Book Summary : Learning From Children Who Read at an Early Age is the result of a three-year research project in which the authors studied a group of children who learnt to read without being taught, from before they started school until the end of Year 2 when they were given their first National Curriculum assessments. Using this study as a framework for examining how children make progress over their time in Key Stage 1 across a range of literacy skills, the authors suggest guidelines which teachers can use to help all children progress with reading.
📒The Trouble With Tamsin ✍ Julie Garratt
✏The Trouble with Tamsin Book Summary : Tamsin runs away from love but soon discovers that 'out of sight' doesn't necessarily mean 'out of mind'. She likes men - she might even be in love with one of them. There's Patric, wonderful - until she discovers he's having an affair with her best friend; there's Vaughn - the man Tam loved and lost; and the attractively menacing Craig. Then there's Mark, who is always there for her. But he will only take so much from Tam, and eventually even his patience wears thin.
📒Q A Family Law ✍ Rachael Stretch
✏Q A Family Law Book Summary : Routledge Q&As give you the tools to practice and refine your exam technique, showing you how to apply your knowledge to maximum effect in assessment. Each book contains essay and problem-based questions on the most commonly examined topics, complete with expert guidance and model answers that help you to: Plan your revision and know what examiners are looking for: Introducing how best to approach revision in each subject Identifying and explaining the main elements of each question, and providing marker annotation to show how examiners will read your answer Understand and remember the law: Using memorable diagram overviews for each answer to demonstrate how the law fits together and how best to structure your answer Gain marks and understand areas of debate: Providing revision tips and advice to help you aim higher in essays and exams Highlighting areas that are contentious and on which you will need to form an opinion Avoid common errors: Identifying common pitfalls students encounter in class and in assessment The series is supported by an online resource that allows you to test your progress during the run-up to exams. Features include: multiple choice questions, bonus Q&As and podcasts.
📒Fieldwork In Educational Settings ✍ Sara Delamont
✏Fieldwork in Educational Settings Book Summary : Extensively revised and updated, this new edition of Fieldwork in Educational Settings will be welcomed by researchers and academics in education and the social sciences. Embracing both sociological and anthropological approaches to qualitative research, the book covers education inside and beyond schools. It emphasises writing up ethnographic research and getting the project finished, and is packed with examples from research in progress. This new edition brings the original text right up to date for new researchers. There is an additional chapter on computer software for data handling and attention is given to the implications of postmodernism for writing up research. The examples given are taken from the latest research, replacing those from the first edition. This is an indispensable handbook by an author whose work on this subject is widely recognised as being an essential resource for the researcher in education.
📒Princess Tamsin ✍ Annette Wickes
✏Princess Tamsin Book Summary : "Change is always tough and Tamsin's life is full of unwelcome changes - leaving the city and their old house and all her friends at school. The kids at her new school in Cygnet bridge are sports-mad, and it's hard to make friends with them"--back cover.
📒A Usual Lunacy ✍ D.G. Compton
✏A Usual Lunacy Book Summary : It makes people positively ache with happiness. It puts the roses back in their cheeks and the itch back in their blood. "It" is the Scholes Virus - proper medical term for what used to be called, out of mawkish ignorance but with uncanny prescience, the "love bug". Professor Trevor Scholes has discovered, isolated and classified every variety of the infection that now bears his name. One variety, B79/K, is so rare that the odds are fifty thousand to one against two compatible carriers meeting. So of course Giles Cranston and Tamsin McGillivray meet . . .