There's a lot to be learned from playing. It can teach children to understand new concepts, share, and get along with others. Learning about playtime in other parts of the world can open young people up to a whole new perspective on the global community and life around the world. This engaging volume gives readers a look at playtime in other countries, from the toys kids play with to the names they call the different games they play. Eye-catching photographs pair closely with accessible text, giving readers a strong grasp on this high-interest content about the world of play.
There's a lot to be learned from playing. It can teach children to understand new concepts, share, and get along with others. Learning about playtime in other parts of the world can open young people up to a whole new perspective on the global community and life around the world.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2012-07-26 - Publisher: Hachette UK
The first novel in the wonderful East End saga from the author of UP OUR STREET Becky Taylor is born the last of seven children into a poor working class family during the heyday of the Industrial Revolution. Her mother is exhausted by poverty and child-bearing; her father has given
Type: BOOK - Published: 2006-08-21 - Publisher: Routledge
The 1980s saw an explosion in the use of the domestic video cassette recorder (VCR), arguably the most significant new form of home entertainment technology since television. In Video Playtime Ann Gray investigates what women themselves felt about the VCR, both in terms of the ways these entertainment facilities were
Type: BOOK - Published: 2011-11-07 - Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
To most people, one’s mother is the first person they ever form a lifelong bond with. She is the source of life and nourishment, love and compassion, and the person who provides the foundation for an individual’s worldview and core values. Author and veteran sociologist Velma Benson-Wilson pays tribute to
Type: BOOK - Published: 2014-02 - Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Anton Rheba, Barbara's father, is in love with Clara Haines, his secretary, but she is married to Ronald Haines. Michael is asked to help with the situation as a human-relations expert, and Barbara tries to help also, without being asked. Contrasting a new love with a mature love, the portrayals