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Dieter is Lonely By Lahli Trevis
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Dieter is left home alone when his family is gone for the day. He learns a valuable lesson about being positive in the absence of his loved ones. This story is meant to teach coping skills for... More > separation anxiety for early readers or as parents read with young children.< Less
roma By Larry Gilbert
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Walking through Rome, Italy day and night.
ROMA 2010 By Gabriella Vasvar
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Rome 2010-2011 Calendar
Photo Creations - ITALY By Gail Pesce, Photographer
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A colorful tour through the highlights of Rome and Florence. See painting-like photos of the enchanting canals of Venice and Burano, the Sistine Chapel and Vatican Galleries...also photos of Trevi... More > Fountain, the Colosseum, the statue of David and much more.< Less
Francesco's Fountain By Katherine Rinne, Sandra Forrest
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Francesco, a 12-year old apprentice stonemason leaves his small village to go to Rome in 1748. He works on the Trevi Fountain with his uncle, who designed it, and some other young apprentices. His... More > errands and work take him all over this city of confusing streets and alleys. Francesco's adventurous spirit and his common sense help him to navigate and understand Rome. While Francesco and the other apprentices are fictional characters, his uncle, Nicola Salvi and the other architects and sculptors are real historical figures. Under the guidance of these men, Francesco learns how to inspect marble and how to carve sculptural details. He learns about aqueducts and fountains and solves the mystery of the stolen water. When Rome is flooded in 1750 he helps save the Trevi Fountain. The death of his beloved uncle forces him to leave Rome, but not until he fulfills his promise to finish his work on the fountain.< Less
Francesco's Fountain By Katherine Rinne, Sandra Forrest
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Francesco, a 12-year old apprentice stonemason leaves his small village to go to Rome in 1748. He works on the Trevi Fountain with his uncle, who designed it, and some other young apprentices. His... More > errands and work take him all over this city of confusing streets and alleys. Francesco's adventurous spirit and his common sense help him to navigate and understand Rome. While Francesco and the other apprentices are fictional characters, his uncle, Nicola Salvi and the other architects and sculptors are real historical figures. Under the guidance of these men, Francesco learns how to inspect marble and how to carve sculptural details. He learns about aqueducts and fountains and solves the mystery of the stolen water. When Rome is flooded in 1750 he helps save the Trevi Fountain. The death of his beloved uncle forces him to leave Rome, but not until he fulfills his promise to finish his work on the fountain.< Less
Rome 2010-2011 Calendar By Gabriella Vasvar
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Travel impressions from Rome 2011
Octi The Octopus By Leo Berkenbile
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Trevi and her Dad live on a boat in the harbor. There she makes an amazing underwater friend, 'Octi!'
MANAGING BUSINESS ETHICS Straight Talk About How To Do It Right By steven sullivan
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This book is different from other business ethics texts in several key ways: First, it was written by an unusual team. Linda Trevi~no is Distinguished Professor of Organizational Behavior and Ethics... More > in the Management and Organization Department of the Smeal College of Business at the Pennsylvania State University. Her prolific research on the management of ethical conduct in organizations is published in the field’s best journals and is internationally known and referenced. She has more than 20 years of experience in teaching students and executives in university and nonuniversity settings, and she also has experience as a corporate consultant and speaker on ethics and management issues.< Less
Where the Cypress Rises: Making a home in Umbria By Virginia Ryan
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History, tradition, art and festivals and friendship are the themes that Australian artist Virginia Ryan effortlessly interweaves throughout her intriguing personal memoir. 'Where the Cypress Rises'... More > tells the story of her family's growing affection for a hill town in central Italy. "It was midsummer. The thick, cloying blanket of afternoon heat spread itself drowsily across the Umbrian landscape, leaving the earth scorched under a sun-bleached sky. On far-off mountaintops storms were brewing and distant thunder seemed to rise from a sunstruck earth, an incantation from other times. We drove on and on in a trance towards the hill town of Trevi, only casting aside weariness with the excitement of seeing our new home again. The recently acquired object of our desires was an abandoned olive mill clinging to the edge of tree-lined slopes on the outskirts of the town, purchased quite impulsively the previous summer."< Less