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Author: Akira Honma
Publisher: [United States] : DramaQueen, Printed in USA 2006.
ISBNISSN: 1933809183, 9781933809182
Genre: Comic books, strips, etc, Comics (Graphic works), Detective and mystery comics
Notes: 174 pages : chiefly illustrations ; 20 cm
Responsibility: The judged
Margaret Thomson Davis's new novel is a gripping saga with plenty of twists. Double Danger tells the story of Jessica McKay, who moves to Saudi Arabia to be with her new husband, Brian. At first it seems like paradise, but after the birth of their two children, she feels threatened by terrorist attacks on the luxurious compound where they live and decides she must return home with the twins, settling in an estate that Brian has inherited in the Campsie Hills near Glasgow. It is agreed that Brian will only spend his leave from his highly paid job in Saudi with his family until he retire. "Annual ACPA proceedings." "When an evil witch puts Princess Aurora in a deep sleep, Prince Phillip and the three good fairies must rush to her rescue!"--Page 4 of cover. With answers. Poems. Title from container.
Cards have a word on one side, and the definition on the other side. Brief suggestions for use of cards in container (1 folded sheet). Includes index. Vol. 1. From wicked amusement to national obsession 1995 ISBN 9780873225205 ISBN 0873225201 To the Parent: How to Use 52 Simple Ways xiii --
1 Serving as your child's image of God 1 --
2 Blessing your child 4 --
3 Relieving your child of too much pressure 7 --
4 Seeing beyond stereotypes 10 --
5 Facing new and uncertain situations 13 --
6 Setting priorities 16 --
7 Knowing the true self as a good creation 20 --
8 Facing moral choices 23 --
9 Embracing change 26 --
10 Developing childhood heroes 29 --
11 Seeing God's love and care for all people 32 --
12 Describing family and faith identity 35 --
13 Going through life transitions 38 --
14 Making friends and being a friend 41 --
15 Taking advantage of ordinary family time 44 --
16 Responding to a child who was lost or left waiting 47 --
17 Sharing another person's company 50 --
18 Showing concern for the poor and weak 53 --
19 Dealing with doubt and distrust 57 --
20 Communicating "You're okay!" 60 --
21 Coping with sibling rivalry 63 --
22 Recognizing the sacred in everyday life 66 --
23 Seeking forgiveness and healing 69 --
24 Beginning the week with "family Sunday" 72 --
25 Learning or choosing names 75 --
26 Praying for someone's needs 78 --
27 Embracing the goodness of the world 81 --
28 Working with the concept of unconditional love 84 --
29 Healing injured relationships 87 --
30 Keeping promises and commitments 91 --
31 Feeling left out or just "not in" 94 --
32 Making memories 97 --
33 Developing the skill to listen 100 --
34 Practicing small acts of kindness 103 --
35 Handling bullies and other enemies 107 --
36 Celebrating Sunday Mass 111 --
37 Suffering when it can't be avoided 114 --
38 Seeing prejudice for what it is 118 --
39 Nurturing your child's gifts and talents 121 --
40 Watching small things grow 124 --
41 Caring for the environment 127 --
42 Answering the call to serve others 130 --
43 Recognizing virtue in your child 133 --
44 Celebrating Christmas well 136 --
45 Welcoming others into our lives 139 --
46 Honoring parents and elders 142 --
47 Turning to God in times of tragedy 145 --
48 Receiving spiritual nourishment 148 --
49 Appreciating diversity 151 --
50 Respecting the power of words 155 --
51 Observing baptismal anniversaries 158 --
52 Living with a sense of awe and mystery 161 --
Topical Index of Natural Teachable Moments 165 --
Guide to Scripture Readings 173. Study cards for learning English vocabulary, written by teachers. The cards are designed to improve reading comprehension, vocabulary and conversation. Focuses on exam preparation. Part I: 1763-1776 Volume 1: 1765-1766 [Thomas Whately], The Regulations Lately Made Concerning the Colonies (1765) [Soame Jenyns], The Objections to the Taxation of our American Colonies (1765) [John Fothergill], Considerations Relative to the North American Colonies (1765) Anon., Considerations on the American Stamp Act (1766) Anon., The Justice and Necessity of Taxing the American Colonies, Demonstrated (1766) Anon., The Crisis. Or, a Full Defence of the Colonies (1766) [Thomas Pownall], Considerations on the Points Lately Brought into Question as to the Parliament's Right of Taxing the Colonies (1766) [Nicholas Ray], The Importance of the Colonies of North America, and the Interest of Great Britain with Regard to them, Considered (1766) Volume 2: 1766-1774 J M of the Inner Temple, The Legislative Authority of the British Parliament, with Respect to North America (1766) Anon., The Rights of Parliament Vindicated, on Occasion of the Late Stamp-Act (1766) Anon., The Constitutional Right of the Legislature of Great Britain, to Tax the British Colonies in America (1768) [John Erskine], Shall I Go to War with my American Brethren? (1769) [Richard Phelps], The Rights of the Colonies and the Extent of the Legislative Authority of Great Britain (1769) [Francis Maseres], Considerations on the Expediency of Admitting Representatives from the American Colonies into the British House of Commons (1770) [John Gray], The Right of the British Legislature to Tax the American Colonies Vindicated (1774) Anon., The Right of the British Legislature to Tax the Colonies Considered (1774) William Allen, The American Crisis (1774) Volume 3: 1774-1775 [Joseph Cawthorne], A Plan to Reconcile Great Britain & Her Colonies, and Preserve the Dependency of America (1774) [Joseph Priestley], An Address to Protestant Dissenters ... with Respect to ... American Affairs in Particular (1774) Anon., A Letter to a Member of Parliament on the Present Unhappy Dispute between Great-Britain and her Colonies (1774) [William Knox], The Interest of the Merchants and Manufacturers of Great Britain, in the Present Contest with the Colonies (1774) Anon., A Plan for Conciliating the Jarring Political Interests of Great Britain and Her North American Colonies (1775) Anon., The Supremacy of the British Legislature over the Colonies (1775) London Merchants to the Honourable House of Commons, The Humble Petition of the Merchants ... of London, Concerned in the Commerce of North America (1775) Anon., Conciliatory Address to the People of Great Britain and of the Colonies, on the Present Important Crisis (1775) Anon., The Pamphlet, Entitled, 'Taxation No Tyranny,' Candidly Considered (1775) Volume 4: 1775-1776 Anon., Resistance No Rebellion (1775) [Caleb Evans], A Letter to the Rev. Mr. John Wesley, Occasioned by his Calm Address to the American Colonies (1775) [Capel Lofft], A View of the Several Schemes with Respect to America (1776) [Obadiah Hulme], A Plan of Reconciliation between Great Britain and Her Colonies (1776) Anon., A Short Appeal to the People of Great Britain; upon the Unavoidable Necessity of the Present War with our Disaffected Colonies (1776) [Alexander Wight], Considerations on the Late Act for Prohibiting all Commercial Intercourse with the Rebellious Colonies (1776) A Country Curate, American Resistance Indefensible (1776) East Apthorp, A Sermon ... Imploring Victory and Perpetual Peace to the British Empire (1776) Joshua Toulmin, The American War Lamented (1776) Section titles: A dictionary of music --
The right of return --
How human nouns --
Untragic hero of epic theater --
Four allusive fields --
Book of names --
A new hymn to the old night --
A little book of prayers. Pbk.