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Just David By Eleanor H. Porter
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Just David is a 1916 children's novel. It tells the story of a young boy, David, who must learn to adapt to living with others after the death of his recluse father; along the way, the villagers and... More > his adoptive parents adapt as much or more to him. Though criticized by reviewers as "mush" and "too perfectly lovely,” the novel was very popular in the early half of the twentieth century in middle and high schools, and has recently seen a number of reprints. David is a ten-year old boy who plays the violin and does not know his last name. He has a deep talent for poignantly expressing his emotions and experiences through his music, and with this gift he changes the lives of many. A truly heart-wrenching story that will surely move you and teach valuable lessons to any child. Perfect for the whole family or classroom, and makes a great book to read aloud as well.< Less
A Change of Heart By David Richardson
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After losing her father 6 months ago, Gwen has to learn how to handle death with a deadly experience of her own.
The change Poet By David McKelly
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A poetry book by a lonely/not alone child.
Changing Directions By David Caditz
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An in-depth analysis of the geometrical structure of Argentine Tango. Seventy-two pages, 18 full color photos, 24 diagrams, 25 tables describing the inner workings of tango. A must for any serious... More > student of dance.< Less
Changing Directions By David Caditz
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An in-depth analysis of the geometrical structure of Argentine Tango. Seventy-two pages, 18 full color photos, 24 diagrams, 25 tables describing the inner workings of tango. A must for any serious... More > student of dance.< Less
Inspiring Change By David Pinto
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For parents who are worried about sending their kids off to secondary school, expect more sensitivity about social dynamics from the teaching profession. First year in Secondary School is the most... More > critical. From the top of our social pyramid in Primary School, we find ourselves at the bottom of the pecking order. The friends we make, the groups we form, the classes we find ourselves in, the streams we get funnelled into, determine the rest of our educational experience, and set a trajectory for our lives. Becoming sensitive to social dynamics is an educational imperative, and sadly neglected by our professions, teaching, psychological and educational. We can not keep thinking we are teaching individuals. We are teaching groups comprised of individuals. Teamworking should be at the heart of our educational institutions.< Less
inspiring change By david pinto
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For parents who are worried about sending their kids off to secondary school. For educators who believe that improving social dynamics within a class is the most important factor in creating a... More > healthy learning environment. Practices and principles shared through real-world experience.< Less
Rgyalrong Conservation and Change: Social Change On the Margins of Tibet By David Burnett
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The explosive growth of China’s economy since the late 1970s has impacted the whole world including the minority peoples in the west of China - people like the Qiang, Tibetans and Yi. Based on... More > fieldwork in the high valleys of the eastern margins of the Qinghai-Tibetan plateau, David Burnett has produced a unique study of a people known as the Rgyalrong (officially classed as Tibetans). The Rgyalrong have been impacted by secular education, tourism, and migration to the cities that have resulted from economic reform. Amidst these changes, they endeavour to retain something of their traditional customs, songs, festivals, arts and crafts. They are a people who realize that if they lose their unique culture they will lose their very identity. The issues raised in this book relate not only to the Rgyalrong but to minority peoples everywhere as they experience the forces of globalization.< Less
Rgyalrong Conservation and Change: Social Change On the Margins of Tibet By David Burnett
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The explosive growth of China’s economy since the late 1970s has impacted the whole world including the minority peoples in the west of China - people like the Qiang, Tibetans and Yi. Based on... More > fieldwork in the high valleys of the eastern margins of the Qinghai-Tibetan plateau, David Burnett has produced a unique study of a people known as the Rgyalrong (officially classed as Tibetans). The Rgyalrong have been impacted by secular education, tourism, and migration to the cities that have resulted from economic reform. Amidst these changes, they endeavour to retain something of their traditional customs, songs, festivals, arts and crafts. They are a people who realize that if they lose their unique culture they will lose their very identity. The issues raised in this book relate not only to the Rgyalrong but to minority peoples everywhere as they experience the forces of globalization.< Less
Climate Change Paranoia By David Wright
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An alternative view of climate change is covered in this paper differing from the mainstream view

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