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Explore Ancient Chinese Myths! With 25 Great Projects By Anita Yasuda
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Who is the lady who floated to the moon? Did tears bring down the Great Wall of China? Does the sky rest on the legs of a turtle? In Explore Ancient Chinese Myths! With 25 Great Projects, kids ages... More > 7 to 10 soar on a journey through ancient China to learn about history, geography, science, and art through stories that have been told and retold for thousands of years. The myths and legends told by the ancient Chinese that have survived into modern times showcase the ingenuity and passion that this culture has applied to problem solving and cultural expression. Exploring myths and legends is also a way to discover how ancient China is still impacting the world today through inventions such as fireworks, silk, paper, and printing. By combining social studies and literature with activities, fun facts, jokes, and cartoons, Explore Ancient Chinese Myths! offers the opportunity to discover ancient China through myths and legends.< Less
Original Australian Outback Jokes By Al Benge
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A collection of humorous cartoons, stories and poems from the Australian outback. Featuring kangaroos, koalas, galahs, goannas, and lost desert explorers looking for billabongs. See great moments in... More > Australian history as never seen before. Whimsical limericks, humorous gags from beyond the black stump. Knock Knock jokes, plus extracts from the Flying Doctors casebook. Learn the art of swatting Aussie blowflies, and look at some of the more unusual inventions to come out of the great Australian outback. Written and illustrated by Queensland cartoonist Al Benge, this original and unusual ebook is for all who aspire to travel to Australia and visit the isolated areas of the inland.< Less
Spiritual America: the Richard Prince book By Eric Doeringer
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Spiritual America is a "wild history" of appropriation artist Richard Prince. Richard Prince was born in the Panama Canal Zone in 1949. He moved to Los Angeles in 1967 where he clipped... More > editorials for staff writers at Time-Life and illustrated cartoons. Prince's early work reflects the influence of advertising; he developed a post-modern working process whereby he re-photographed advertisements and magazine images. His later work combined cartoon and joke paintings. Richard Prince was born in the Panama Canal Zone in 1949. His parents worked for the United States government's Office of Strategic Services. There is presently no evidence to associate Prince's parents with the theater in any way. His practice of re-photographing the pages of magazines introduced the term 'appropriation' into the art lexicon. The artist himself gave a more frank account of his technique, preferring to call it theft or, sometimes, 'sharing.'< Less
Muhammad By Mohamed: Volume Three By Mohamed Ibrahim
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In his third volume of the Muhammad by Mohamed series, cartoonist and satirist Mohamed Ibrahim critiques Islam in a way few others can. His cartoons and commentary reveal a deep understanding of... More > Islam’s history and his work shines the light of skepticism on the the wicked and bizarre elements ever-present in what he aptly refers to as the “Big Three Monotheisms.”< Less
Art for Psychotherapy By Andreas Sofroniou
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The nine sections of this book, under the title of ART FOR PSYCHOTHERAPY include the understanding of the children’s and adults’ approach to life, their artistic expressions, and the... More > various diagnostic methods of art, as regards the behaviour and therapy of human beings. Explained in the book are the concepts of doodling, scribbling, painting, sketching, sculpturing, and art in general. Also, described are the history of cinematography and its modern technological devices, such as the imaginary stories and the computerised cartoons for all ages of viewers. The history of sorcery and magic, and their modern scientific concepts are also included. Described and illustrated in length are: Art Therapy as a recognised profession, Adlerian Individual Psychology, Jungian Psychotherapy, Freudian Psycho-analysis, the ethical approach to practising, and how in modern times these occupations handle the treatment of children and adults.< Less
ART FOR PSYCHOTHERAPY By Andreas Sofroniou
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The nine sections of this book, under the title of ART FOR PSYCHOTHERAPY include the understanding of the children’s and adults’ approach to life, their artistic expressions, and the... More > various diagnostic methods of art, as regards the behaviour and therapy of human beings. Explained in the book are the concepts of doodling, scribbling, painting, sketching, sculpturing, and art in general. Also, described are the history of cinematography and its modern technological devices, such as the imaginary stories and the computerised cartoons for all ages of viewers. The history of sorcery and magic, and their modern scientific concepts are also included. Described and illustrated in length are: Art Therapy as a recognised profession, Adlerian Individual Psychology, Jungian Psychotherapy, Freudian Psycho-analysis, the ethical approach to practising, and how in modern times these occupations handle the treatment of children and adults.< Less
Portbury Twinned With Apathy By Alan Vowles
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An amusing and interesting look at our ancestors throughout history. Beginning in the Stone Age and taking you through to the end of the Second World War, this book - which is liberally illustrated... More > with original cartoons by 'Bruce'- tells the story of a small Somerset Village using historical and anecdotal evidence. Read of the hunter gatherers setting up camp on a bleak deserted hillside and follow the history of the area as Romans, Anglo Saxons, Normans, Roundheads, Cavaliers, Monks, Lords, Knights and Bishops set up home there. Each chapter in history is prefaced with a short narrative to set the scene.< Less
Sydney and Kennedy Learn to Fly By Kenneth Cunningham
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Join Sydney and Kennedy as they go on their flying adventure. Together you'll explore the world of flight from kites to planes to spaceships. Written for young readers, three to six, this fun... More > escapade travels through history of aviation and aerospace. Vibrant cartoon illustrations bring this story to life and encourage the reader to imagine themselves in flight.< Less
Trolling the Woe, Volume I By Peter Bergman
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Peter Bergman, host of Radio Free Oz and founding member of The Firesign Theatre, shares his keen, and often hilarious, insights on our country's political landscape. Adding to the fun is RFOz... More > co-host and Firesign cohort, David Ossman, whose poetry and comedic characters help put the surreality of 21st Century America in perspective. Radio Free Oz Artist-In-Residence, Hal O'Dali (Phil Fountain), contributes illustrations and manages to, for the most part, color inside the lines. Join the Radio Free Oz crew as they trample through America's history in the making.< Less
The Lesser Known Haunted Houses By Robert Brunelle JR
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An amusing collection of drawings and stories about ghosts and haunted houses, by Vermont artist and cartoonist Robert Waldo Brunelle JR

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