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Threat Posed by Mounting Vigilantism in Mexico (Enlarged Edition) By George W. Grayson
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Until the 1980s, Mexico enjoyed relative freedom from violence. Ruthless drug cartels existed, but they usually abided by informal rules of conduct hammered out between several capos and... More > representatives of the dominant Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), which ruled the country until the 1990s. Relying on bribes, the desperados pursued their illicit activities with the connivance of authorities In return for the legal authorities turning a blind eye, drug dealers behaved discretely, shunned high-tech weapons, deferred to public figures, spurned kidnapping, and even appeared with governors at their children’s weddings. Unlike their Colombian counterparts, Mexico’s barons did not seek elective office. In addition, they did not sell drugs within the country, corrupt children, target innocent people, engage in kidnapping, or invade the turf or product-line (marijuana, heroin, cocaine, etc.)< Less
Children and the Koran By Bernard Payeur
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A lack of empathy, whether it be an instilled pathology or a manifestation of loyalty to one’s tribe which successive governments and our courts have encouraged by favoring religious... More > distinctiveness over shared secular values, means we can no longer count that love of country or respect for Western civilization and what it stands for will see us through.   The threat that an absence of empathy and tribalism poses can be significantly reduced if we diminish the hate-that-binds; if we stop a god’s pathological loathing for those who believe he is a figment of a man’s imagination from corrupting innocence by making the Koran for adults only. By having you read what children who should be enjoying Babar the Elephant or Cinderella are reading, I hope to convince you to try to do just that—for their sake, and ours.< Less
Upside Right - A Children´s Guide to Movement By Gaetano Amato
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A fun and educational book on movement for children and parents. It is written in verse and includes many of the words in the FRY and DOLCH word lists for young readers. This book will help children... More > explore their wonderful world of movement and help them become more aware of how to use their body to accomplish a physical task. Parents may extend the content of the verses by posing simple questions that will challenge the child’s thinking and creative ability. As they read this book to their child, they will take great pleasure in seeing how creative the young child can be in the exploration of their physical environment. The unusually brave adult may even join in and discover that moving can be fun at any age.< Less
Fun Poems for Young Children By Paulina Hill
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This book contains poetry that is appealing to young children around the ages of 2-8. It does not pose as a bad example. It is educational and fun all at the same time.
Fun Poems for Young Children By Paulina Hill
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This book contains poetry that is appealing to young children around the ages of 2-8. It does not pose as a bad example. It is educational and fun all at the same time.
Children and the Koran - The End of Empathy By Bernard Payeur
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A lack of empathy, whether it be an instilled pathology or a manifestation of loyalty to one’s tribe which successive governments and our courts have encouraged by favoring religious... More > distinctiveness over shared secular values, means we can no longer count that love of country or respect for Western civilization and what it stands for will see us through. The threat that an absence of empathy and tribalism poses can be significantly reduced if we diminish the hate-that-binds; if we stop a god’s pathological loathing for those who believe he is a figment of a man’s imagination from corrupting innocence by making the Koran for adults only. By having you read what children who should be enjoying Babar the Elephant or Cinderella are reading, I hope to convince you to try to do just that—for their sake, and ours.< Less
We Are The Children of No Known Culture By LINDSAY BARRETT
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Alive in the hive to the sound of drills. The screeching scrat drones of pop scratching at the paving stones from a house window across the way and a passing car on course for a collision. This... More > sweltering city is a little Chicago. Why, just this month, in commemoration of Julius Caesar, thirty-three people were discovered gunned-down on the steaming streets. Crack gangs invading territories, posses disputing space...Beware! If you are thinking right now of going out for a casual walk start taking to wearing a flak jacket. Better still stay indoors with Dis. Smoke some blow. Drink some red wine, have a good time. Talk and chalk. Go visit chat rooms and discover answers to those lingering questions that pose themselves late at night around about the moment you are falling into sleep...Like how could ten thousand experienced Persian soldiers disappear without a trace in the Sahara Desert?...< Less
SEX GANG CHILDREN photo book By mick mercer
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136 pages, 154 photos. SEX GANG CHILDREN were one of the earliest Goth bands and to this day, through the brain and warbling of Andi, one of the most imaginative. Certainly one of the most artistic,... More > and definitely one of my favourites. In this trim volume you can find two posed sessions from the early days, originally done for ZigZag magazine, along with a wild Marquee gig in 1983, complete with Bingo onstage as a skeleton, and a later 1991 Underworld show.< Less
Where Have All The Hippies Gone? ... A Children's Book for Adults By Dawn Carmell
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This is a hand-illustrated book, with mirrored "Then" and "Now" pages demonstrating a progression and posing an unstated question "How did this happen?"
Happy Yoga 4 Kids Book 1 By Karen Lutz
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This book is just a tiny peek into yoga. It is a start for your young child. This book is about having FUN! Children are playful, responsive and love to move! The illustrated poses are here to... More > inspire your child/children. The poses will offer a general idea for your child even if he or she has not tried yoga before! If your child has not learned to read, read to him/her. You can enjoy yoga together! Offer your child the space to move and connect to the poses in any way they embrace. If a pose is not perfect, that is okay right now. This is the beginning of the journey into yoga. Postures and body awareness will improve as your child ages, and as your child practices each pose more and more. The illustrations are here to color and are a way to share yoga with a younger brother or sister. What a wonderful way to begin! Ask yourself “What colors do I think of when I come into mountain pose, or rainbow pose?“< Less