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I See a Song

I See a Song

  • Author: Eric Carle
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: 9780590252133
  • Category: Imagination
  • Page: 32
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When a violinist begins to play, the song is transformed into vivid shapes and colors.

A Song Book: Musical Phantasies fitting for Soldiers, Citie and Country Humours

A Song Book: Musical Phantasies fitting for Soldiers, Citie and Country Humours

  • Author: David Ingram
  • Publisher: Lulu.com
  • ISBN: 1326547577
  • Category: Performing Arts
  • Page: 146
  • View: 5987
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A collection of 89 song lyrics suitable for the solo voice and group singing. The songs are presented in three sections. Volume I contains seventeenth century Royalist songs, popular songs and black letter ballads suitable for use by re-enactmentor and in theatre productions. Volumes II and III contain more recent folk songs and sea shanties. All three volumes are bound in this single edition which has been typeset in the style of black latter ballads using an antique type face with woodcut illustrations.

Sing Me a Story! Tell Me a Song!

Sing Me a Story! Tell Me a Song!

Creative Thematic Activities for Teachers of Young Children

  • Author: Hilda L. Jackman
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning
  • ISBN: 9781401837297
  • Category: Education
  • Page: 321
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Sing Me a Story! Tell Me a Song! gives teachers, future teachers, care givers and others involved with teaching children developmentally appropriate themes that can be integrated into the curriculum for children from infancy to eight years of age. Theme teaching involves creating many activities around a central idea. These activities are blended into every part of the curriculum within a flexible time frame, from several days to a few weeks. The activities are designed for the classroom teacher to select and combine as needed to meet the needs and interests of the children. Lists of children's books, goals, web diagrams, vocabulary words, and letters home to families are provided for each of the 30 themes. Plus, each activity is noted for age appropriateness. Finally, the accompanying CD-ROM contains thematic outlines, lessons plans, rebus charts and patterns from the text, and more.

I Wrote You a Song

I Wrote You a Song

  • Author: Guy Simons
  • Publisher: Balboa Press
  • ISBN: 1452530920
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Page: 240
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I Wrote You A Song is a book that has been constructed like an album with twelve original songs written by Guy Simons that provides a sub-text for life’s journey. The author discusses the underlying theme of each song from a social context using autobiographical reflections, social observations and philosophical musings, intermingled with a large dose of satirical commentary, quirkiness and humour. The author invites readers to be inspired to find their true place in this world through twelve songs that take them on a journey of self-discovery and personal recollection. Covering topics of life, death, love, hate, joy, despair, health, sickness, hopes, fears, wealth and poverty, immerse yourself in an album unlike any other. Recall your own experiences within each song and reconnect to your past through subject headings that are actual popular song titles. Whether that is the “Start” or “The End” you are sure to find an affinity with the subject headings, and if you’re looking for “Good Vibrations” or the “Art of Dying” you will find it here. A prelude provides the insight prior to embarking on the journey through songs as diverse as “The New Elvis Presley”, “You Say You’re Leaving” to “Another Bad Day at the Office” and “Cyber Spaceman” culminating in the curtain raiser “I Wrote You a Song”. A coda followed by the encore brings the work to a close giving you a chance to confirm whether your soundtrack to this book mirrored the author’s, or whether you would have chosen alternate subject headings to align to your own personal experience. The author is a songwriter and he has written you a song.

The Birth of a Song

The Birth of a Song

  • Author: Patrick Bentley
  • Publisher: Tate Publishing
  • ISBN: 1598866362
  • Category: Music
  • Page: 242
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Author Patrick Bentley challenges his readers to labor for the meat that will never perish in his new book The Birth of a Song. Many years of trials in Patricks life has created some extraordinary testimonies that include giving birth to hundreds of new songs to the glory of the Lord Jesus Christ. Included in these beautifully written pages, Bentley unveils many hidden mysteries, such as how to count the mark of the beast (Revelation 13: 18) and why the United States of America is in the heart of Jer USA lem. The Birth of a Song is a must read for all believers in Christ Jesus. In these spiritually inspirational lyrics, you can feel the love of the lord through your very soul

A Song in the Wind

A Song in the Wind

A Near Death Experience

  • Author: Sharon Milliman
  • Publisher: WestBow Press
  • ISBN: 1512755893
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Page: 160
  • View: 5995
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In her groundbreaking book, Sharon Milliman shares her near-death experience and subsequent journey of spiritual growth. In sharing what lies beyond life after death, Sharon passionately speaks about the ultimate and ever-present love of God. But her transformative experiences do not end there. With one foot planted in the spiritual realm, Sharon shares many amazing experiences involving Jesus, angels, and spiritual guides. Learning volumes, Sharon connects their teachings to her own family, relationships, pain, and triumphs. Sharon invites you to soar with her to heaven and back again. In this shared journey, she invites you to see miracles through the ordinary and extraordinary. She also invites you to open your heart and quietly listen for Gods song in the wind.

Finally, a Song of Myself

Finally, a Song of Myself

  • Author: Naomi Eisenberg
  • Publisher: Lulu.com
  • ISBN: 1312083433
  • Category: Fiction
  • Page: 34
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A book of poetry and shorts by a seventeen year old playing with the limits of words.

A Song of Songs: Mary Magdalene Awakes

A Song of Songs: Mary Magdalene Awakes

  • Author: Jennifer Chapin
  • Publisher: Author House
  • ISBN: 9781468569759
  • Category: Fiction
  • Page: 256
  • View: 9407
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This is anovel about the return of Mary Magdalene at the end of time. It tells of her final incarnationasa young woman named Jenna who is born with a birthmark over her forehead shaped like the continent of Africa. Jennaisirreligious and tough, andunhappily immersed in the corporate world. Unbidden, she starts to have dreams and visions of a time with Christ, andthey become soreal that she crosses through time tofind herself weeping at hisfeetduringthecrucifixion. This is also a story about the Cathars in the Languedoc area of France. The Cathars embraced the idea of reincarnation. For this, andfor theirbelief indirect revelation and a dualistic universe of good and evil, theywere destroyedby the Catholic Church in the 13th century. In the process, their society was destroyed too as town after town was mercilessly razed by the crusaders andthousands put to death: men, women and children, none were spared. This became known as the first western genocide of Christian against Christian. Because of theCathars, the Church gave birth to the Inquisition. The Cathars loved Mary Magdalene, andbelievedthat she was the beloved of Christ and the keeper of his teachings. Their story is interwoven with the Knights Templar who were embedded in the Languedoc, and with Jenna's ongoing odyssey as she comes to full awareness ofwho she is. Ultimately, this is a story about love that does not depend on time. It is also a warning about the end of time.

Culture and Retardation

Culture and Retardation

Life Histories of Mildly Mentally Retarded Persons in American Society

  • Author: L.L. Langness,Harold G. Levine
  • Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
  • ISBN: 9400937113
  • Category: Social Science
  • Page: 212
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Mental retardation in the United States is currently defined as " ... signif icantly subaverage general intellectual functioning existing concurrently with deficits in adaptive behavior, and manifested during the development period" (Grossman, 1977). Of the estimated six million plus mentally retarded individuals in this country fully 75 to 85% are considered to be "func tionally" retarded (Edgerton, 1984). That is, they are mildly retarded persons with no evident organic etiology or demonstrable brain pathology. Despite the relatively recent addition of adaptive behavior as a factor in the definition of retardation, 1.0. still remains as the essential diagnostic criterion (Edgerton, 1984: 26). An 1.0. below 70 indicates subaverage functioning. However, even such an "objective" measure as 1.0. is prob lematic since a variety of data indicate quite clearly that cultural and social factors are at play in decisions about who is to be considered "retarded" (Edgerton, 1968; Kamin, 1974; Langness, 1982). Thus, it has been known for quite some time that there is a close relationship between socio-economic status and the prevalence of mild mental retardation: higher socio-economic groups have fewer mildly retarded persons than lower groups (Hurley, 1969). Similarly, it is clear that ethnic minorities in the United States - Blacks, Mexican-Americans, American Indians, Puerto Ricans, Hawaiians, and others - are disproportionately represented in the retarded population (Mercer, 1968; Ramey et ai., 1978).

Life is a Poem And A Song

Life is a Poem And A Song

  • Author: Eunice Wernecke Anderson
  • Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
  • ISBN: 1469128578
  • Category: Poetry
  • Page: 50
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Life is a Poem and a Song is a book that relates to holidays, every day problems and dilemmas, and attitudes that help to cope with common events.