Extractions: Books A-F Titles in Alphabetical Order Title Author Subject Publisher Age Group "CHEESE" GIFF, PATRICIA REILLY SCHOOLS - JUVENILE FICTION BANTAM DOUBLEDAY DELL BOOKS JUV "I CAN'T" SAID THE ANT CAMERON, POLLY STORIES IN RHYME SCHOLASTIC INC. PB/ER "MORE MORE MORE," SAID THE BABY WILLIAMS, VERA B. BABIES; PARENT AND CHILD - FICTION GREENWILLOW BOOKS PB/ER "UH-OH!" SAID THE CROW OPPENHEIM, JOANNE DOMESTIC ANIMALS - FICTION BANTAM BOOKS PB/ER 'A 'OHE O'U PILIKIA I NA MEA I LOA'A IA'U KAMAI, KALEO LEGENDS AND STORIES IN HAWAIIAN HALE KUAMO'O JUV 'A'OHE NANA 'IA KA PUA'A WIWI WILSON, LOIHAPE 'IA NA PILA HAWAIIAN STORIES UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII HILO YA 'A'OHE U'I HELE WALE O KOHALA KAKA`E KALEIHEANA HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE HALE KUAMO`O JUV 'AI'AI NAPOLEON, KAWIKA HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE AHA PUNANA LEO PB/ER 'B' IS FOR BURGLAR GRAFTON, SUE MYSTERY BANTAM BOOKS ADULT 'C' IS FOR CORPSE GRAFTON, SUE MYSTERY BANTAM BOOKS ADULT 'D' IS FOR DEADBEAT GRAFTON, SUE MYSTERY BANTAM BOOKS ADULT 'E' IS FOR EVIDENCE GRAFTON, SUE MYSTERY BANTAM BOOKS ADULT 'F' IS FOR FUGITIVE GRAFTON, SUE MYSTERY BANTAM BOOKS ADULT 'IOLANI LUAHINE HAAR, FRANCIS
Native Hawaiian Library DAVID, VOCABULARY JUVENILE FICTION, childrens PRESS CHOICE, BROWN, MARCIA, fables;FOLKLORE - INDIA, ALADDIN MM, CHILDREN'S STORIES, AMERICAN; fairy tales, SIMON http://www.alulike.org/projects/educa/nhlp/libmaterials/booksn-s.html
Extractions: Books N-S Titles in Alphabetical Order Title Author Subject Publisher Age Group N-O SPELLS NO! SLATER, TEDDY MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS - FICTION SCHOLASTIC INC. PRE-GR 1 NA KEIKI ELIMA WILSON, WILLIAM H. HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII PRESS 1992 PB/ER NA MELE O HAWAII NEI BEAMER, NONA HAWAIIAN SONGS UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII PRESS 1987 ADULT NA PULE KAHIKO GUTMANIS, JUNE HAWAIIAN PRAYERS EDITIONS LIMITED ADULT NA LEO I KA MAKANI (VOICES ON THE WIND) VAUGHAN, PALANI HAWAII MUTUAL PUBLISHING EDITIONS ADULT NA PANIOLO O HAWAI'I MARTIN, LYNN J. (EDITOR) HAWAII'S COWBOYS HONOLULU ACADEMY OF ARTS ADULT NA POKUPUNI 'EWALU O HAWAI'I NEI DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION HAWAIIAN STORIES DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION ALL AGES NA MELE O HAWAII NEI - 101 HAWAIIAN SONGS HAWAIIAN SONGS UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII PRESS ALL AGES NA KEIKI `ELIMA WILSON, WILLIAM H. HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE - STORIES `AHA PUNANA LEO ALL AGES NA AKUA O PANAU KONANUI, `OULU HAWAIIAN FOLKTALE, HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE LEARNING HALE KUAMO`O ALL AGES NA LEO I KA MAKANI: VOICES ON THE WIND VAUGHAN, PALANI
Flipside Records - Children's Records 102 VG ECH 00252 JINGLEHIMERS - childrens FAVORITES - LP 01859 - BORIS KARLFOFF- AESOPS fables UNOPENED - LP DANNY KAYE - FAVORITE fairy tales - LP GOLDEN http://www.flipmall.com/children.htm
Aleph-Bet Books - Catalogue 63d The fairy tales are based upon jingles written by the children of public Done In thesame format as Robinson's Big Books of fairy Tale, fables and Nursery http://www.alephbet.com/Cat63d.htm
Extractions: THREE CARL MOON WATERCOLORS OF PUEBLO INDIANS 301. MOON,CARL. ORIGINAL ART: THE BOOK OF NAH-WEE by Grace Moon. Offered here are 3 of the original watercolors used in the Moon's Book of Nah-Wee published by Doubleday Doran in 1932. The book is a Pueblo Indian story. Each of the drawings was hand-colored by Moon and printed In colors In the published book. Each drawing is matted, glazed and framed, as follows: a. "Seed Cakes" - appearing on page 15 of The book. Shown are Nah-wee and Dat-say accepting homemade seedcakes from their mother. The image is 6 x 2 2 " framed to 10 x 6 2. SEE PHOTO b. "Nah-wee and The Loom" - appearing on page 29 of the book. Nah-wee is seated In the doorway watching her mother weave a blanket on the loom. The image is 6 x 5" famed to 10 1/4 x 9". SEE PHOTO c. "Nah-wee at The fire" - appearing on page 55 of the book. Nah-wee is sitting on a bear rug next to a doll and a colorful bowl, all In front of a fire. The image is 8 2 x 10" framed to 10 x 11 2" SEE PHOTO NOBLE IVES McLOUGHLIN MOTHER GOOSE MOTHER GOOSE.
Language Arts fairy tales from Far Off Lands, created by University of Richmond of Internetbasedlesson plans for studying fables around the world. Featured childrens' Books http://www.sitesforteachers.com/resources_sharp/language_arts/languagearts.html
Extractions: Lesson Plans References Literature Publishing ... Organizations About.com's Desktop Publishing. About.com's Desktop Publishing features DTP lesson plans and projects for grades 7-12. To find a variety of thematic lessons, click here and to find plans for creating and using business cards, brochures, and resumes in the classroom, click here About.com's Secondary School Lesson Plans. About.com provides a collection of lesson plan sites for teaching English and language arts and novels in grades 7-12. Academy Curriculum Exchange (K-5). The Academy Curriculum Exchange offers 44 mini-lesson plans covering various language arts topics at the elementary school level. Academy Curriculum Exchange (6-8). The Academy Curriculum Exchange offers 33 mini-lesson plans covering various language arts topics at the middle school level. Academy Curriculum Exchange (9-12). The Academy Curriculum Exchange offers 14 mini-lesson plans covering various language arts topics at the high school level. Academy Curriculum Exchange. The Academy Curriculum Exchange offers an assortment of miscellaneous lesson plans for K-12. Among these you'll find language arts plans for grades K-5 , and language arts lesson plans for grades K-12.
English Resources - Primary - Bradford LEA NGFL Images, Random fables, Search Engine, and 127 fairy tales by Hans Short fables areused as the basis for language A number of original tales, from a variety of http://www.edit.legend.yorks.com/eng.html
Montana - Used Bookstore HG Wells and His Family by Meyer MM; fables and fairy tales by Tolstoy Tar Heel talesby Bryant, HEC (AKA Red Buck; THE INVASION OF COMPULSORY SEX by Reich http://www.birdsnestbooks.com/books/search.html?term=First Editions
Recent Updates To Book CDs From Seedy Press the Khyber Rifles. added to childrens Books 34 Children's Books (now 201) JapaneseFairy tales by Yei Sambo Allcott Eight Cousins, Flower fables, Jack and http://www.samizdat.com/update.html
Extractions: We sell CDs with books in plain text form, organized for easy access. We continuously add books to these CDs as they become available over the Internet. Each CD has a date on the label that indicates when it was made. This document shows what we have added and when. If you buy a CD at the regular retail price, you have the right to buy an upgraded version of the same CD for just $10, a maximum of four times per year. The "upgraded" version will contain all the texts, not just the new ones. To buy our books on CD ROM, including "updates", please go to our online store http://store.yahoo.com/samizdat For details about this publishing service, check the readme document. Teachers' and Students' Guide: Suggestions on how to get the most out of your books on CD ROM March 28, 2003
Humanities Lambs' tales From Shakespeare Contents Complete text of sixteen English versionsof the fairy tale from Holy, Immortals, Damned and fables. ; ReadersNdex - The http://home.earthlink.net/~gboals/human.html
Extractions: The site highlights the literary contributions of selected authors of fiction residing in each of the participating cities, which include Bergen, Norway; Bologna, Italy; Brussels, Belgium; Helsinki, Finland; Krakow, Poland; Prague, Czech Republic; and Reykjavik, Iceland. The main Literature 2000 page links to separate city pages maintained by the participating libraries, each with information about the authors that each city has chosen to present. The Complete Works of Marlowe Canadian Poetry Archive - Hom The Ransom Center-Online Exhibitions
Small Books - Search Results Stories about Animals; Verses for All Seasons; fables Old and Some Riddles Old andNew; Household tales from the a poem CHRISTAMS GREETINGS From a fairy to a http://www.smallbooks.com/cgi/search.cgi?Children's Illustrated&Place=2
ODP++ Categories. fables and fairy tales@ 330 Genres@ 5,057, WebPublished Fiction@1,312. Related Categories. Arts Literature Magazines and E-zines 147. http://www.dental-health-search.com/cgi-bin/odp/index.cgi?base=/Arts/Literature/
Read...America Herodotus (all works), Malaspina Great Books Home Page, childrens Literature onthe Washington Irving (text of 7 works), Andersen's fairy tales (text of), Edith http://www.westorange.k12.nj.us/roosevelt/Read...Roosevelt.htm
Therapy Materials Over 650 Aesop's fables are on this site, as 127 of Hans Christian anderson's FairyTales, and more childrens' Storybooks Online (www.magickeys.com/books/index http://www.mankato.msus.edu/comdis/kuster2/therapy.html
Extractions: The internet is FULL of materials that can be adapted to speech-language therapy. All the of URLs listed below were current when this webpage was updated September 25, 2002 . Be aware that URLs change and disappear and other sites are available and will become available. These sites are provided simply as good examples. QUIA (www.quia.com/topics.html) - check especially early learning and speech. Whacky Web Tales (www.eduplace.com/tales/index.html) - good for working on parts of speech Storybook Station (www.searsportrait.com/storybook/index.html?nav) - for speech practice and word recall Funbrain (www.funbrain.com) - educational activities for kids including grammar gorillas and what's the word, sign the alphabet ASL Browser (commtechlab.msu.edu/sites/aslweb/browser.htm) Yeti, The Abominable snowman (www.newweb.net/cgi-bin/yeticgi.pl) - a Knowbot Eliza (www-ai.ijs.si/eliza/eliza.html) - another knowbot Kids and Teachers (www.nidcd.nih.gov/health/kids/index.htm) - from National Institute of Deafness and other Communication Disorders
Literature Peter Ustinov's readings of the fables of humorist In addition, site includes childrensliterature resources a dozen of her illustrated fairy tales online for http://www.csun.edu/~vceed009/lalit.html
Extractions: Literature Adventures of Beowulf. The Adventures of Beowulf is a serialized adaptation of the old English version by Dr. David Breeden. This online version helps high school students better understand the original Beowulf Adventures of Mira. The Adventures of Mira feature online stories for girls in grades K-4. As the girls read along, they can listen to the Mira's stories on RealAudio if it is downloaded and installled as well as hear Mira sing. In addition, they can write Mira via email Gutenburg Project for grades 4-12. The site includes biographical information on Aesop and a random fable-generator Aesop Fables. Aesop Fables is the creative efforts of Professor Giloth's computer-art students at the UMass Amherst. The table of contents contains 20 tales which the students presented with illustrations in a traditional version and also in a contemporary version. Visit also Original Fables to read student versions of twelve Aesop's fables. These sites are suitable for grades 4-12. Aesop's Fables. Aesop's Fables, created by John R. Long, contains an alphabetically arranged collection of over online 654 fables for grades 4-12. Each tale includes the moral of the story and many are presented on RealAudio. The site also offers online the 127 fairy tales of Hans Christian Andersen African American Women Writers of the 19th-Century.
Our School also say that it's our childrens' job and by Providence Project Reading Good litabove level Poetry to self Calculadders Shakespeare - tales of Shakespeare http://www.zipcon.net/~davidt/about_our_school.htm
Extractions: Our School I began seriously thinking about homeschooling my daughter after I read "Home Grown Kids" by Raymond and Dorothy Moore that my sister gave me for Christmas when Crystal was only 6 months old. Before she was born, my sister had given me an interesting book called "The First Three Years." I don't remember the author at the moment and I gave the book to my sister-in-law when she had her first child. I think that book planted the seed and "Home Grown Kids" watered it. Then when Crystal was a few years old I went to a homeschooling seminar where I learned a couple of tips, one of which I immediately put into practice. I called the Washington Homeschooling Organization (WHO) office here in the Seattle area and asked for their brochure. As soon as it arrived, I went to the library and checked out as many books that were on their suggested list as I could. And I read, and I read, and I read!!! I remember reading about John Holt and his unschooling type of approach. I remember checking out Mary Pride's Big Books and reading about all the different types of curriculum and Cathy Duffy's Christian Home School Manuals. It was then that I put the other tip I had learned at the homeschooling seminar into practice. The speaker recommended that we get a stack of 3 X 5 cards, get Mary Pride's Big Books and/or Cathy Duffy's Christian Home School manuals or other books like those and just pour over them. When we found something that we thought would fit our ideals and goals then we should write down the address on the 3 X 5 card, ask for their catalog, affix a postcard stamp to it and mail it off. Or better yet, go the post office, get the blank stamped postcards and use those.
CATALOGUE THE EVERYDAY and NOW A - DAY fairy BOOK -ANNA 0994 BOOKS ON AUSTRALIA 0995 TALESFROM SHAKESPEARE HALLS,CONTEMPLATIONS 1013 POETRY,DALI,fables 1014 REFERENCE http://www.users.bigpond.com/candgauctions/interest.htm
Extractions: Click on the buttons below to move around this site NEXT GENERAL AUCTION Sunday 13 April 2003 ( To see a summary of items to be auctioned please click on the "Detail List " button above. On site Throssel Street, Curtin, ACT Look for the Auction Signs Auction Commences at 10.30am Viewing on site Sunday from 9.00am -10.30am prior to the auction Auctioneers: George Hyder Martin Squire NO BUYERS PREMIUM CHARGED Photos of Some of the lovely Jewellery to be Auctioned on Sunday 30 march 2003 (There are about 17 photos below. Please allow time for them to load. If you have any questions about the items shown below, please call Christene Hyder on (02) 6288 0589) SEAL RING Look at this stunning piece below. We present a 9ct yellow gold seal ring, the octagonal top measuring 26mm x 23mm and weighing 12.3 grammes. Containing an intaglio seal of the Argyle and the Campbell, the ring is of early Australian manufacture (1910 - 1920) with the credo PIT VIA VI above a gaping mouth wolf's head atop the initials C.C. in script. The band is engraved with 3 rosettes on each shoulder and tapers to 3.4 mm at the back. Replacement of this piece would be extremely difficult!
Extractions: English Primary Links Secondary Links DfEE - National Curriculum - Primary English section Go to the best sites on the web. BBC Europe on-line VTC. Practical ideas from real classrooms. Newspapers of the World MFL Translator Alternative Jane Austin site Literacy database of ideas and links A new word every day Talking Technology Links for English teachers from US site Teaching resources and links to other sites Amazon Bookshop Support for the literacy hour Index A B C D ... Z (Not yet in alphabetical order) A Aesop's Fables This online collection of easy to navigate Aesop's Fables includes a total of 655+ Fables, indexed in table format, with morals listed. Included are Real Audio narrations, Classic Images, Random Fables, Search Engine, and 127 Fairy Tales by Hans Christian Andersen. A good site from which to select another genre for the Literacy Hour. http://www.pacificnet.net/~johnr/aesop/ Alphabet activities AmbiGallery! This site provides a range of 'ambigrams'; words that can be viewed in different ways, mostly involving rotational or reflection symmetry. If you have a computer in the learning area, this site could be used to demonstrate symmetry in an interesting and different way and could be a fun addition to literacy teaching. It is well worth the pupils looking at and is fun to use at home. http://ambigram.com/gallery/index.htm
Notes & Comments Entitled Ten Quick Ways to Analyze childrens Books for So, farewell to Aesopsfables (how unfair to indeed), farewell to Grimms fairy tales, to Peter http://www.newcriterion.com/archive/19/sept00/notes.htm
Extractions: We Now Know S Y KGB operatives. This is not speculation: it is hard and fast historical fact. As the historian John Gaddis put it in the title of his 1997 history of the Cold War: We Now Know O The Crucible is The Guardian HUAC had been the chief inspiration for The Crucible M HUAC T Frontpage Magazine www.frontpagemag.com Quoting from an article by the espionage expert Thomas Powers that appeared in The New York Review of Books were of the left generally, they supported liberal causes, they defended the Soviet Union in all circumstances, they were often secret members of the Communist Party, they were uniformly suspicious of American initiatives throughout the world, they could be contemptuous of American democracy, society and culture, and above all, their offenses were often minimized or explained away by apologists who felt that no man should be called traitor who did what he did for the cause of humanity. If even The New York Review The Crucible M The real witch hunt S Huckleberry Finn , to Othello Robinson Crusoe Peter Pan , to Pride and Prejudice From The New Criterion Vol. 19, No. 1, September 2000
Shamash.org/listarchives/baltuva/log9206b This is as opposed fables where the characters are religious values, but panders tochildrens' dreams, such are frum parents who ban fairy tales some how http://shamash.org/listarchives/baltuva/log9206b
Extractions: * Date: Fri, 12 Jun 1992 12:11:51 CDT * From: DX528 Hillel Meyers * Subject: Re: Billy Budd! > I hate to do this, but... > Will somebody please tell me privately what the problems are with Bambi and > The Ten Commandments. > Jennifer Please post it to the list. I'm dying of curiosity myself :-) > I don't know enough to see what is apparently quite obvious to everyone > else. You're not alone. Claire ======================================================================== * Date: Fri, 12 Jun 1992 15:38:42 EDT * From: Elizabeth Romanov Cheder,etc.) Paul Kornreich Gut Shabbes and Shabbat Shalom! ======================================================================== * Date: Fri, 12 Jun 1992 16:16:58 -0500 * From: Hydro Man * Subject: Re: Billy Budd! I don't know what's wrong with Bambi either. Of course it has been some time since I saw it. ======================================================================== * Date: Sun, 14 Jun 1992 02:54:00 PDT * From: iczy012 * Subject: Bruno Bettleheim I have read Bruno Bettleheim's book on children's literature but it was 20 some years ago and I don't recall enough of it to be able to discuss it now. I do remember though that I wasn't overly thrilled with it. I thought that Lillian Smith in "The Unreluctant Years" was much closer to the truth. If you really want to discuss this I'll go and read her again, if you will too, and we'll take it from there. Claire firstname.lastname@example.org ======================================================================== * Date: Mon, 15 Jun 1992 08:28:49 EDT * From: Yaakov Kayman