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My First Numbers Domino Set includes 28 double-sided dominoes and a My First Numbers board book in a colorful carry-along case. It is the perfect way to introduce your toddler to numbers and counting. With pictures on one side and dots on the other, these chunky dominoes can be used to play both traditional and picture dominoes. This fun, family game is a great way to help your child develop counting and number recognition skills. You can reinforce their learning by sharing the adorably illustrated My First Numbers Book together, which has lots of colorful things to count. Also available: My First Alphabet Jigsaw Set and My First Words Matching Set.
My First Alphabet Jigsaw Set includes a giant jigsaw puzzle and a My First Alphabet board book in a colorful carry-along case. It is the perfect way to introduce your toddler to the alphabet. With bright pictures and large, colourful letters, this jigsaw floor puzzle will help your child develop early letter recognition. The twenty durable jigsaw pieces can be slotted together to form a beautifully illustrated display of objects and animals from A to Z. You can reinforce their learning by sharing the colourful My First Alphabet Book together. Also available: My First Numbers Domino Set and My First Words Matching Set.
Transcendent Individual argues for a reappraisal of the place of the individual in anthropolgical theory and ethnographic writing. A wealth of voices illustrate and inform the text, showing ways in which individuals creatively 'write', narrate and animate cultural and social life. This is an anthropology imbued with a liberal morality which is willing to make value judgements over and against culture in favour of individuality. Rapport draws widely on ethnographic and theoretic materials bringing into the debate a range of voices, among them Nietzsche, Wilde, George Steiner, Richard Rorty, John Berger and Anthony Cohen. In doing so he approaches individuality in terms of a range of issues: biological integrity, consciousness, agency, democracy, discourse, globalism, knowledge and play.
Have you ever purchased a book on games only to find that you have the same old run-of-the-mill rules that you learned as a child? Dominoes Plus is 100+ exciting games, 90% of them original. A professional writer explains to you the complete and detailed set of rules for each game. Similar games are grouped into topical chapters, with 25 illustrations for reference (that you will remember). An appendix provides a user-friendly cross-reference for finding a game to match ages and number of players. The author begins with a history of dominoes, and throughout the book introduces the topic of Dominoforms, which explain typical features and structures of tile games. They are at once both familiar in their general styles of play and concise in their treatment. Breathe new life into those tired old checkers, card, and dice games as you combine them with dominoes in interesting new games—the second half of the book describes many such games. Dominoes Plus is a guidebook as much as a reference. If you don’t have someone at hand eager to play, the author offers ideas on how to find a game.
A diverse body of research exists to explain why eligible voters don't go to the polls on election day. Theories span from the psychological (nonvoters have limited emotional engagement with politics and therefore lack motivation), to the social (politics is inherently social and nonvoters have limited networks), and the personal (nonvoters tend to be young, less educated, poor, and highly mobile). Other scholars suggest that people don't vote because campaigns are uninspiring. This book poses a new theory: uncertainty about the national context at the time of the election. During times of national crisis, when uncertainty is high, citizens are motivated to sort through information about each candidate to figure out which would best mitigate their uncertainty. When external uncertainty is low, however, citizens spend less time learning about candidates and are equally unmotivated to vote. The American Nonvoter examines how uncertainty regarding changing economic conditions, dramatic national events, and U.S. international interventions influences people's decisions whether to vote or not. Using rigorous statistical tools and rich historical stories, Lyn Ragsdale and Jerrold G. Rusk test this theory on aggregate nonvoting patterns in the United States across presidential and midterm elections from 1920 to 2012. The authors also challenge the stereotype of nonvoters as poor, uneducated and apathetic. Instead, the book shows that nonvoters are, by and large, as politically knowledgeable as voters, but see no difference between candidates or view them negatively.
Charlee Burke is stuck on a deserted country road, just as a dangerous winter snowstorm begins to churn above her. With the storm coming, the closest person she knows she can call is the all-too-sexy-for-his-own-good Ace McBride—the last person on earth she wants to call. When Charlee’s name pops up on his phone, Ace is pleased, but surprised. As much as he teases her, and as mad as she gets at him, he figures she’s got to be pretty desperate. Sure enough, she’s in need of rescuing, and he’s happy to be her white knight. He’s always had a thing for Charlee, but he knows her history. He plans to show her he’s a man who can be trusted, and she can count on him. But her heart’s been shielded a long time. Charlee’s been afraid of relationships since a man ran a con on her to get to her inheritance. He ripped apart her life, and she doesn’t believe she’ll ever be able to fully trust her instincts after that terrible experience. With the storm coming in fast and hard, Charlee’s cabin is the closest shelter, but the weather report says the storm will last for several days. She’s not sure she can survive being trapped in such close quarters with Ace for that long. Alone. Ace is determined to win her heart. Charlee is determined to never go down that path again.

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