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Bernie Bridges Rules the School! He convinced the cafeteria lady that a Milky Way bar is a vegetable. He got the coach to make giving wedgies an offical school sport. Bernie always has a plan. But how will he get spoiled rich kid Sherman Oaks to give him his watch—the one that tells time, plays DVDs, and pops popcorn? Hint: It involves a contest, 25 blueberry pies, and a gallon of barf! Warning! Don't read this book after lunch!
Intended to celebrate the first 10 years of Teachers and Writers Collaborative (the original organization which sent poets, novelists, and other artists into the schools on a regular basis), this book contains 29 articles, diaries, letters, manifestos, graphics, and memoirs. The book contains the following articles: (1) "Roots and Origins" (P. Lopate); (2) "Interview with Herbert Kohl" (H. Kohl and P. Lopate); (3) "Journal of a Living Experiment" (A. Sexton); (4) "Some Impressions Recorded as a Participant-Observer in the Summer Experimental Program in Deaf Education" (D. Henderson); (5) "The Use of Arts in the Education of Children Who Are Deaf" (K. Kennerly); (6) "Interview with Karen Kennerly" (K. Kennerly and P. Lopate); (7) "A Fable" (M. Rukeyser); (8) "Issues of Language" (P. Lopate); (9) "'The Voice of the Children' Diaries" (J. Jordan); (10) "Dreams" (J. Baumbach); (11) "A Class Novel" (L. Jenkin); (12) "A Grave for My Eyes" (A. Berger); (13) "Attitude toward Teachers and the Schools" (P. Lopate); (14) "Working on the Team" (K. Hubert); (15) "Luis, A True Story" (M. Willis); (16) "So Far Away" (T. Mack); (17) "Teachers and Writers and Me" (H. Brown); (18) "Combining Art and Dance" (S. Sandoval); (19) "Drawing" (R. Sievert); (20) "Teaching Art: Examining the Creative Process" (B. Siegel); (21) "Administering the Program" (P. Lopate); (22) "Two and a Half Years" (M. Hoffman); (23) "Interview with Kenneth Koch" (K. Koch and P. Lopate); (24) "Nine Years under the Masthead of Teachers and Writers" (R. Padgett); (25) "Latin Nostalgia" (M. Ortiz); (26) "Don't Just Sit There, Create" (W. Brown); (27) "A Love Letter to My Church" (D. Cheifetz); (28) "Pausing, and Looking Back" (A. Ziegler); and (29) "Conclusion" (P. Lopate). (SR)
Chipmunk is so shy... He inhales when he sneezes! He even blushes when he's asleep! He plays guitar in the closet so he won't disturb anyone. But he just may be the best rock 'n' roll guitarist of all time! And Bernie Bridges needs him to win the annual Talent Contest for Rotten House. Bernie will do anything to keep the prize away from Sherman Oaks and his pals at Nyce House. Can Chipmunk conquer his stage fright and win? Or -- when Bernie pushes him onstage, will it be Shake, Rattle, and HURL?!
The storytelling tradition has long been an important piece of Kentucky history and culture. Folktales, legends, tall tales, and ghost stories hold a special place in the imaginations of inventive storytellers and captive listeners. In Kentucky Folktales: Revealing Stories, Truths, and Outright Lies Kentucky storyteller Mary Hamilton narrates a range of stories with the voice and creativity only a master storyteller can evoke. Hamilton has perfected the art of entrancing an audience no matter the subject of her tales. Kentucky Folktales includes stories about Daniel Boone's ability to single-handedly kill a bear, a daughter who saves her father's land by outsmarting the king, and a girl who uses gingerbread to exact revenge on her evil stepmother, among many others. Hamilton ends each story with personal notes on important details of her storytelling craft, such as where she first heard the story, how it evolved through frequent re-tellings and reactions from audiences, and where the stories take place. Featuring tales and legends from all over the Bluegrass State, Kentucky Folktales captures the expression of Kentucky's storytelling tradition.
An ebook-exclusive omnibus of books 1, 2 and 3 in the hilarious Porridge the Tartan Cat series. When Porridge was a wee kitten he toppled into a tin of tartan paint -- which is easy to do and not so easy to say. Now he lives with the quirky McFun family
'The Brussels Commission has just suspended its senior economist, Bernard Connolly, for writing a book savaging the prospects for a common currency. There are many who now believe he should be lauded as a prophet.' Observer, Editorial, 1 October 1995 'Mr. Connolly's longstanding proposition that the foisting of a common currency upon so many disparate nations would end in ruin is getting a much wider hearing...' New York Times, 17 November 2011 When first published in 1995, The Rotten Heart of Europe caused outrage and delight - here was a Brussels insider, a senior EU economist, daring to talk openly about the likely pitfalls of European monetary union. Bernard Connolly lost his job at the Commission, but his book was greeted as a profound and persuasive expose of the would-be 'monetary masters of the world.' His brave act of defiance became headline news - and his book a major international bestseller. In a substantial new introduction, Connolly returns to his prophetic account of the double-talk surrounding the efforts of politicians, bankers and bureaucrats to force Europe into a crippling monetary straitjacket. Hidden agendas are laid bare, skulduggery exposed and economic fallacies are skewered, producing a horrifying conclusion. No one who wants to understand the workings of the EU, past, present and future can afford to miss this enthralling and deeply disturbing book.

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