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144 " very early French papier mache with solid black pupil - less glass eyes , kid body , stitched fingers , young girl sweet and appealing face , hair or pate painted on bald head , brush marks all around , faint crack down forehead ...



ISBN: IND:30000093647992

Category: Collectors and collecting


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1977 By

Grilley has a practical and intuitive understanding of body mechanics that is easy to comprehend for even a lay ... It has a read-along feature, which is helpful for emerging readers and also serves as subtitles for the hearing impaired ...

Author: Jenn Carson

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781538116883

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 184

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This book is the essential guide for every librarian wishing to bring the health and wellness benefits of yoga and meditation to all ages and abilities. Includes everything from mom and baby yoga, chair, yoga and online meditation meet-ups, to a mindfulness book club and a Wabi Sabi wall.
2019-05-15 By Jenn Carson

The brain is the only organ in the body that remains plastic throughout life and sculpts itself through its experiences. ... In looking at the development of language, we often focus on the period beginning with the child's first ...

Author: Pamela Nevills

Publisher: Corwin Press

ISBN: 9781452274034

Category: Education

Page: 232

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Discover how children’s brains change as they develop early reading skills! Moving through skills acquisition from birth to age eight, this updated edition of the best-selling book gives educators a clear picture of how children acquire and develop language skills in preparation for reading. This updated edition features developmentally appropriate practices for fostering critical literacy skills in each age group and expanded information on English learners and Response to Intervention. The authors provide: Brain-friendly strategies that build phonemic awareness, phonics, vocabulary, comprehension, and fluency skills Instructional applications for games, music, and play Interventions for children with early reading difficulties
2009-01-06 By Pamela Nevills

her attention on two masters of the theme of Madonna and child , Correggio and Parmigianino . The style of Correggio , a native of Parma , anticipated the Baroque and is said to have influenced eighteenth - century French art , which ...

Author: Professor and Department Head of Art & Art History Elizabeth Milroy

Publisher: Yale University Press

ISBN: 0300069987

Category: Art

Page: 470

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This anthology brings together twenty outstanding works of recent scholarship on the history of the visual arts in the United States from the colonial period to 1945. The selected essays--all written within the past two decades--reflect the interdisciplinary character of current art historiography in America and the variety of approaches that contribute to the dynamism in the field. The authors take up diverse subjects--from colonial portraits to nineteenth-century sculptures of women to photographic images of New York--and invite those with a general knowledge of the history of American art to think more deeply about art and culture. Employing many interpretive methodologies, including iconology, social history, structuralism, psychobiography, and feminist theory, the contributors to this volume combine close analysis of specific art objects or groups of objects with discussion of how these works of art operated within their cultural contexts. The authors consider the works of such artists as John Singleton Copley, Charles Willson Peale, Winslow Homer, Thomas Eakins, Georgia O'Keeffe, and Jackson Pollock as they assess how paintings, sculpture, prints, drawings, and photographs have carried meaning within American society. And they investigate how the conceptualization, production, and presentation of works of art both inform and are informed by prevailing attitudes toward the role of the arts and the artist in American culture.

19 Along with this panoptical visibility20—warming the heart as it disciplines someone else's body—Lancaster's system produces as well a certain legibility. In a classroom cryptography, students are identified not only by name but also ...

Author: Patricia Crain

Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press

ISBN: 9780812292848

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 280

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What does it mean for a child to be a "reader" and how did American culture come to place such a high value on this identity? Reading Children offers a history of the relationship between children and books in Anglo-American modernity, exploring long-lived but now forgotten early children's literature, discredited yet highly influential pedagogical practices, the property lessons inherent in children's book ownership, and the emergence of childhood itself as a literary property. The nursery and schoolroom version of the social contract, Crain argues, underwrote children's entry not only into reading and writing but also into a world of commodity and property relations. Increasingly positioned as an indispensable form of cultural capital by the end of the eighteenth century, literacy became both the means and the symbol of children's newly recognized self-possession and autonomy. At the same time, as children's legal and economic status was changing, "childhood" emerged as an object of nostalgia for adults. Literature for children enacted the terms of children's self-possession, often with explicit references to property, contracts, or inheritances, and yet also framed adult longing for an imagined past called "childhood." Dozens of colorful illustrations chart the ways in which early literature for children was transformed into spectacle through new image technologies and a burgeoning marketplace that capitalized on nostalgic fantasies of childhood conflated with bowdlerized fantasies of history. Reading Children offers new terms for thinking about the imbricated and mutually constitutive histories of literacy, property, and childhood in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries that ground current anxieties and long-held beliefs about childhood and reading.
2016-05-02 By Patricia Crain

FRENCH TOAST PROFILE WORST NIGHTMARE: Mom reading my diary. CLOTHES: French Toast. ... Attach A) a color photo of the child (complete body shot with face well represented), B) A profile of the child similar to the French Toast ad above.





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ISBN: UOM:39015046800762

Category: Audiobooks


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2000 By

History for the Classical Child S. Wise Bauer ... After the French decided to be a republic, they renamed the National Assembly. ... Reading. The Fall of the Bastille: Revolution in France, by Stewart Ross (Heinemann Library 2001).

Author: S. Wise Bauer

Publisher: Peace Hill Press

ISBN: 9780972860321

Category: Africa

Page: 334

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Presents a history of the ancient world, from 6000 B.C. to 400 A.D.
2001 By S. Wise Bauer



ISBN: UOM:39015064547964

Category: Audiotapes


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1991 By

Picture Books / Easy Reading younger reader . A skilful read - aloud could avoid this pitfall and , that way , everyone could enjoy the work of this talented artist . ... Also available in French as Violet , verte et jaune .



ISBN: UOM:39015064326344

Category: Canada


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