ANITA MAÜRTIN-CAIRNCROSS, JULIE PHILLIPS, ANTHEA RHODA, SARAH WITBOOI; MORENIKE COKER; E.J.C DURU; CO BEKIBELE, AOA OGUNLEYE, A O ASHAYE MBBS, AM BAIYEROJU, FASINA, MB SANDABE, AA ALUKO; SUZANA... More > MAKPOL, ZALINAH AHMAD, HARUN AHMAD, AMINUDDIN AHMAD, ISMAIL MERICAN, WAN ZURINAH WAN NGAH; M. HORSFALL JNR , F. E. OGBAN, AND E. E. AKPORHONOR< Less
Protecting Children 4-7 is a Children's Book for Protecting Children from Sexual Abuse. It is a Read-To-Me Book for 4-7 year olds. It is a fictional story set in Zonkizizwe and Katlehong, South... More > Africa. It is narrated in South African English and the conversations are in Southern Sotho and Zulu. The English translation is in parenthesis.
It may be used by family members, caregivers, and community members to read to the child for prevention education and for screening for sexual abuse. Child abuse must be reported. It features an imaginary teddy bear friend, Honey Bear, colorful illustrations, and steps to prevent sexual abuse. It is Christian material.< Less
We imagine each issue as a bus traveling between destinations, with our contributors adding to the experience of the journey. Imagine the bus trip in the movie It Happened One Night, with characters... More > and landscapes flying by like cinema.
This allows us to showcase your creativity and insight without restricting ourselves to a particular genre, media, or theme. We aim to publish interesting, quality works, and every issue has a unique flavour.< Less
Our “Tutoring Summaries” represent condensed (often 1 page)presentations of school material available to all students, in class, in the textbook, and in after-school tutorial sessions.... More > They are offered here to help those not able to attend tutoring, those who may have missed a class lecture, or for anyone who wants the security of having the materials needed to do well on the quizzes and tests.
Each Tutoring Summary contains the test or quiz number, the pages to be covered, and the following secitons:
"Overview:" What general subjects to expect and the format the test will take.
"Summary:" The most important material
"Quick Helps:" Key words and items of most importance to know for the quiz or test.
"Study Questions for Mastery." Questions to aid in mastery of the material.
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Missing "Mme" 4-7 is a Children's Book for Family Grief to help children 4-7 years old to cope with the loss of a family member. It is narrated in South African English and the... More > conversations are in Southern Sotho and Zulu. The English translation is in parenthesis. It is set in Zonkizizwe and Katlehong, South Africa. The story of a family of three generations is fiction, made-up. It features an imaginary teddy bear friend, Honey Bear, coloring pictures, and Elizabeth Kublar-Ross' Five Stages of Grief. Family members, caregivers, and community members can read it with the child and discuss it using the questions at the end of the chapters and the coloring pictures. It is Christian material written for children who are orphaned and vulnerable.< Less
In the fourth volume of Jennifer Young's comic strip diary about her life as a tattoo artist, she includes her holiday trip to Europe. Join her in her heartwarming and silly antics as she puts her... More > life in print.< Less
Caring for "Mme" 4-7 Years Old is a children's book for children who are trying to cope with a family illness. It is a Read-To-Me book which can be used by caring family members or... More > community members with the child. This book is for 4-7 year old children and features an imaginary teddy bear friend and coloring pictures. It is narrated in South African English and the conversations are in Southern Sotho and Zulu with the English translation in parentheses. It is a fictional story that is part of a children's series of twelve (12) books written to help orphaned and vulnerable children to cope. It is set in the township of Katlehong in South Africa. It is Christian material.< Less
Finding Hope 4-7 Years is a children's book to help orphaned and vulnerable children to find hope. It is a part of a series of 12 books written to help children to cope with HIV and AIDS. It is set... More > in Katlehong, South Africa. The setting is real but the story is fiction, made up. It is narrated in South African English and conversations are written in Southern Sotho and Zulu. The English translation is in parenthesis.
The story can be read to children or to a child one chapter at a time and then discussed with them. The colouring pictures can be reproduced for educational and counselling purposes. Caring adults such as family members, caregivers, counsellors, or librarians can use the book with children. It is Christian material.< Less