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4-H Stories from the Heart
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 312

4-H Stories from the Heart

  • Type: Book
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  • Published: 2011-02-28
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  • Publisher: iUniverse

4-H Stories from the Heart presents inspirational and heartfelt stories by 4-H’ers, volunteers, and staff that will inspire, amuse, and bring back fond memories. “For more than a century, the 4-H movement has touched the lives of millions of people, one experience at a time. You will read how over 60,000,000 people have learned to step up and lead in a complex and changing world.” —Don Floyd, President and CEO, National 4-H Council “Reading these 4-H stories will warm your heart, help clear your head, remind you why we extend our hands to serve, and yes, provide you with healthy, wholesome laughter! These stories resonate and capture the essence of 4-H.” —Lisa Lauxman, Division...

The Hospitalist
  • Language: en

The Hospitalist

What happens when you are admitted to the hospital as a patient, and the physician assigned to be your doctor has never seen you before and knows absolutely nothing about you? Welcome to Medicine in the 21st century, where the results of having a Hospitalist instead of your own doctor can be disastrous. Specialist Dr. Aaron Bernstein enters the world of the Hospitalist firsthand when he confronts a schizophrenic patient who—literally—is a ticking time-bomb. “Provocative, revealing, and riveting... Weisberg has exposed how the patient-doctor relationship has changed in the modern age.” —Doug Ross, author of Hard Boiled Dr. Michael Weisberg has practiced gastroenterology in Plano, Texas for 24 years. He has been named to D Magazine’s list of best doctors eight times and has been recognized as a Super-Doctor by Texas Monthly multiple times.

Autism: The Potential Within: The PLAY Project Approach to Helping Young Children with Autism
  • Language: en

Autism: The Potential Within: The PLAY Project Approach to Helping Young Children with Autism

Every parent wants to discover the potential within his or her child. For parents of children with autism, The PLAY Project can help. Autism: The Potential Within describes the journey of Jacob Grant – a composite of all young children with autism – and his family as they learn The PLAY Project approach. The book follows Jacob along the path from early diagnosis until entry into kindergarten. Through a series of office visits, “Dr. Rick” empowers Jim and Julie Grant to be Jacob’s best play partners. He also guides them on how to use Jacob’s misbehavior – tantrums in public, sibling rivalry, picky eating and sleep problems – to help him learn appropriate behavior and social skills. Over time, Jacob moves from nonverbal to constantly talking, and from self-isolation to being warmly connected. Based on scientific research and decades of practice, this guide provides parents and professionals with a new way of working and interacting with young children with autism.

Red and Lulu
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 40

Red and Lulu

Separation and miles cannot keep a determined cardinal from his loved one in this heart-tugging story combining the cheer of Christmas, the magic of New York City, and the real meaning of the holiday season: how important it is to be surrounded by love. Full color.

They Changed the World
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 136

They Changed the World

In the early years of World War II it was known that Germany had split the atom, and some feared that they might be working on an atomic bomb. Scientists in the United States urged President Franklin D. Roosevelt to pursue one lest the enemy have it first. This resulted in what was called the Manhattan Project, and many famous scientists were involved. However, more was needed than a few prominent scientists. A whole infrastructure was required: scientist and engineers, of course, but also clerks, truck drivers, teachers, cooks, technicians and all the other people necessary for the new city, Los Alamos, on the remote New Mexico plateau where the first atomic bomb would be created. It was referred to as The Hill. Sixty years, later, Santa Fe photographer AJ Melnick set out to find many of the people who were involved and capture their portraits while there was still time. As she visited with them, they told her stories of what it was like to live on The Hill from 1943 to 1945.

C-Sea of Programs : First Step to Programming
  • Language: en

C-Sea of Programs : First Step to Programming

  • Type: Book
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  • Published: 2018-01-29
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  • Publisher: Lulu.com

This book is designed to serve as practical course for undergraduate course of engineering at first year level of many universities in accordance with the latest syllabus and also for those who are pursuing in computer science and applications. This book emphasizes on iCI as a programming language that includes brief introduction to basic concepts of C and execution guidelines exploring the students to step into the world of programming.

Staycation - The Poor Man's Vacation
  • Language: en

Staycation - The Poor Man's Vacation

Sometimes in today’s economy you just can’t afford a pricey vacation. Plus the fact that often times you need a “vacation” when you get back home because your “vacation” exhausted you. Learn to actually have a relaxing, stress free vacation for less by going on a “Staycation”. Save gas, stay home, spend less and still have a great time by vacationing at home. This ebook will instruct you on preparation/pre-planning for your “Staycation”, helpful tips, fun ideas and great plans for your trip at home. You may never go on a touristy, overpriced vacation ever again. So put away that suitcase, unpack and let’s enjoy your first ever Staycation!

Epub on Lulu Simplified
  • Language: en

Epub on Lulu Simplified

Lots of people seem to be finding it difficult to convert their files into Epub on Lulu. This book is both an example and an easy training manual, as to how it's done. The author's intent is to simplify the process that, he too initially had great difficulty accomplishing. Just read and follow the steps to creating an Epub with true simplicity.

Treasure, a Sailor's Siren
  • Language: en

Treasure, a Sailor's Siren

A fellow approaches you and says, “I know where there is a sunken pirate treasure ship right here off the coast. Would you be interested in helping me for a fifty percent partnership?” He claims he heard a voice of a spirit asking for help and promises of great treasures. You dive on the site and find a large lump of corroded Spanish pieces of eight, worth many thousands. Dragging it up on deck you encounter a manifestation of a pirate spirit who spelled it out, no help, no treasure then he disappears along with the lump of ancient silver coins. Three individuals pool their funds to search a suspected underwater ancient treasure site and find more than they bargained for with a pirate’s spirit demanding assistance in crossing over into a repentance afterlife. In assisting the spirits they find favor with other successful salvors and their allies, the US Navy who help keep them out of danger from modern day pirates and drug runners

Reflections of a Christian Kungfu Master
  • Language: en

Reflections of a Christian Kungfu Master

"Reflections of a Christian Kungfu Master" is a book that displays an intriguing and well-developed analysis of what it means to study martial arts without compromising religion. The text covers everything from the comparison of Taoism, Buddhism and Christianity in regards to martial arts practice, meditation, and even the Kung fu diet in a surprising way. It's a great read and those with particular interest in religion, theology, and/or Eastern philosophy will love it too! " Can a Christian train martial arts? The answer may surprise you...