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The Garden

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The Garden

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The Garden

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A compelling short story from the bestselling Claire Lorrimer

Cutworms in the Garden

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The Garden of Leaders

Author : Paul Woodruff
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The Garden of Leaders explores two related questions: What is leadership? And what sort of education could prepare young people to be leaders? Paul Woodruff argues that higher education--particularly but not exclusively in the liberal arts--should set its main focus on cultivating leadership in students. Woodruff advances a new view of liberal arts education that places leadership at the root of everything it does, so that students will be prepared to lead in their lives and careers--and not necessarily in management roles. Woodruff views the contemporary university as sorely lacking an emphasis on leadership, and presents three core sets of recommendations for how they can and should foster it. First, Woodruff posits co-curricular groups, activities, and projects as essential activities for students to gain confidence and leadership skills. Administrations should encourage students to engage in activities outside the classroom, convert coached sports teams into student-led clubs as far as possible, and discourage social organizations that are segregated by race or sex. Second, Woodruff advocates for a different curriculum for all undergraduates, no matter their major-arguing that they need to be taught leadership in the forms of key skills including communication (including good writing, listening, and speaking), as well as exposure to key material in history literature, social science, and ethics. Students should be asked to consider the hardest ethical dilemmas that leaders face, toggling between Machiavelli and great ethical thinkers such as Confucius and Socrates. Third, Woodruff calls for the teaching methods used by instructors to re-orient themselves around the question of leadership, particularly by emphasizing teamwork. Professors should respect their students' independence, avoid tyrannical teaching, and remember that all teachers teach ethics simply by the examples they set in dealing with students. Whether in engineering, music, or classics, The Garden of Leaders advances leadership as a core value that should be at the heart of the educational enterprise-contending that while a college campus can be many things, it should at the very least be a ground upon which new leaders can grow.

How the Garden Grew

Author : Maud Maryon
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"How the Garden Grew" by Maud Maryon. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.

The Garden that I Love

Author : Alfred Austin
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The Garden of Sorrows

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Royal Horticultural Society Wild in the Garden Pocket Diary 2021

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The RHS Wild in the Garden Pocket Diary 2021 is illustrated with photographs of birds, mammals, amphibians, insects, flora and fauna and includes ideas and tips on how to manage your garden to enhance wildlife potential, and add interest and enjoyment. This week-to-view diary features colour photographs throughout, and includes an internal storage pocket and ribbon marker.

The Garden Magazine

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Pseudodoxia epidemica books V VII Religio medici The garden of Cyprus

Author : Sir Thomas Browne
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The Gardener s Dictionary containing the methods of cultivating the garden conservatory and vineyard Abridg d from the folio edition etc

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Open air Grape Culture a practical treatise on the garden and vineyard culture of the vine To which is added a selection of examples of American vineyard practice etc

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The Garden Primers

Author : Cecile Hulse Matschat
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Annuals in the Garden

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The Garden Party

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The Garden

Author : James Dorr
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James Dorr's novella takes us to a mysterious garden, an oasis of plenty in the midst of a blighted New England countryside. From there, however, we enter a world of cutting edge biochemistry, experimentation with DNA and implanted memories, of modifications of near-microscopic life, albeit still in a gothic setting more reminiscent, perhaps, of authors like Hawthorne or Poe. Add to this setting the reclusive daughter, Alma Sharp, of an almost legendary invertebrate zoologist, mix with a graduate student from Boston, Steven Kerridge, whose upcoming thesis is based on the work of Sharp's father, and what results is a cocktail of science and love, of death and horror, a horror that ultimately will spill out to the world beyond-The Garden, by James Dorr.

Garden Journal

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Bulletin of the Garden Club of America

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A Walk in the Garden

Author : Nancy A. Williams
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Gardens aren't always what we think they are; often there is more to them than meets the eye. On the outside gardens are beautiful to look at and on a warm summer night we can smell the sweet fragrance of the flowers floating on a gentle breeze. When we look closer we see the Gardner with his thick gloves on. He wears gloves because some flowers have thorns. When we look closer we see the plants have been pruned and the soil has been turned. When we look deeper into the garden we see the tools the Gardner uses to snip, prune and shape the garden. We see how the Gardner has a plan for each plant that isn't seen from a distance. When we get into the very depths of the garden we see the love and tenderness of the Gardner as He tends to the garden of our hearts. A Walk in the Garden puts us in the hands of the Gardner! Gifted as a teacher Nancy A. Williams has served the Body of Christ in various ways since 1990. She is an ordained minister in her local church teaching and preaching with an emphasis on drawing the believer to a closer relationship with God. Her love of the Word of God and her tenacious style of digging out the treasures of God's Word, brings a depth and fullness to our understanding that draws the reader closer to God.