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Twig By Dorothy Lee
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Six year old Twig makes a big mess when she dumps her biggest box of crayons into her birthday soup.
Slave Cylinder By Promethius Twig
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SLAVE CYLINDER- a collection of poems written by Prometheus Twig- is a monolithic work of art that is one of the most controversial and confrontational pieces to emerge from the crazed, insane... More > demimonde that has haunted American literature since the latter half of the twentieth century. In many ways, it could be considered the American response to LES CHANTS DES MALDOROR. The poems contained herein are a damning indictment of so much that passes for modern life. The myths that we have been collectively sold are stripped of their glitter and revealed as worthless whores attempting to trade in human souls. Love is denounced, and the mindless cruelty of the world and its inhabitants is laid bare. It is an astounding tour de force of the darkest, bleakest sort, and as such is an astonishing success. As is stated in the preface: “It is at once confusing, bemusing, alluring, frightening, terrifying, incomprehensible, disgusting, and majestic.”< Less
Slave Cylinder By Promethius Twig
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SLAVE CYLINDER- a collection of poems written by Prometheus Twig- is a monolithic work of art that is one of the most controversial and confrontational pieces to emerge from the crazed, insane... More > demimonde that has haunted American literature since the latter half of the twentieth century. In many ways, it could be considered the American response to LES CHANTS DES MALDOROR. The poems contained herein are a damning indictment of so much that passes for modern life. The myths that we have been collectively sold are stripped of their glitter and revealed as worthless whores attempting to trade in human souls. Love is denounced, and the mindless cruelty of the world and its inhabitants is laid bare. It is an astounding tour de force of the darkest, bleakest sort, and as such is an astonishing success. As is stated in the preface: “It is at once confusing, bemusing, alluring, frightening, terrifying, incomprehensible, disgusting, and majestic.”< Less
Twig and Yuna By Iris Lee
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Twig and Yuna is a short Chinese-English translated story about two huskies that fight and eventually become best friends all because of a bone.
On A Green Twig By Anna Spencer
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On a Green Twig is the memoir of Anna Klein Spencer who grew up in Germany during the Depression and World War II. Her lively, richly detailed recollections of rustic life in a Rheinland village... More > provide invaluable perspective about German life before and after Hitler, Nazism and World War II. This personal account tells how a young girl’s family life and her community were turned upside down by world events. It offers a lesson in how perseverance and courage can transform tragedy and misfortune into a new lease on life – on a green twig.< Less
On A Green Twig By Anna Spencer
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On a Green Twig is the memoir of Anna Klein Spencer who grew up in Germany during the Depression and World War II. Her lively, richly detailed recollections of rustic life in a Rheinland village... More > provide invaluable perspective about German life before and after Hitler, Nazism and World War II. This personal account tells how a young girl’s family life and her community were turned upside down by world events. It offers a lesson in how perseverance and courage can transform tragedy and misfortune into a new lease on life – on a green twig.< Less
On A Green Twig By Anna Spencer
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On a Green Twig is the memoir of Anna Klein Spencer who grew up in Germany during the Depression and World War II. Her lively, richly detailed recollections of rustic life in a Rheinland village... More > provide invaluable perspective about German life before and after Hitler, Nazism and World War II. This personal account tells how a young girl’s family life and her community were turned upside down by world events. It offers a lesson in how perseverance and courage can transform tragedy and misfortune into a new lease on life – on a green twig.< Less
On A Green Twig By Anna Spencer
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On a Green Twig is the memoir of Anna Klein Spencer who grew up in Germany during the Depression and World War II. Her lively, richly detailed recollections of rustic life in a Rheinland village... More > provide invaluable perspective about German life before and after Hitler, Nazism and World War II. This personal account tells how a young girl’s family life and her community were turned upside down by world events. It offers a lesson in how perseverance and courage can transform tragedy and misfortune into a new lease on life – on a green twig.< Less
Willow and Twig By Teacher Timesavers
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Novel Study for Willow and Twig Grades 6-8 ....Abandoned by their mother, ten year old Willow and her four year old brother go to live with their grandmother. The novel tells of their adjustment... More > to this new life and a sense of security that neither has experienced before. By Jean Little. The novel study contains an average of 65 pages and includes: Suggestions for teaching the unit A vocabulary list Comprehension questions Activity cards for grammar Creative writing Word study Research and integrated activities Tracking and record sheets Answer key Although suggested grade levels for each novel study are given, these should be used as a guide depending on the ability of the students. Please our website for more information and sample pages. www.teachertimesavers.com< Less
The Bent Twig By Dorothy Canfield
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Like most happy childhoods, Sylvia's early years lay back of her in a long, cheerful procession of featureless days, the outlines of which were blurred into one shimmering glow by the very radiance... More > of their sunshine. Here and there she remembered patches, sensations, pictures, scents: Mother holding baby sister up for her to kiss, and the fragrance of the baby powder—the pine-trees near the house chanting loudly in an autumn wind—her father's alert face, intent on the toy water-wheel he was setting for her in the little creek in their field—the beautiful sheen of the pink silk dress Aunt Victoria had sent her—the look of her mother's steady, grave eyes when she was so sick—the leathery smell of the books in the University Library one day when she followed her father there—the sound of the rain pattering on the low, slanting roof of her bedroom—these were the occasional clearly outlined, bright-colored illuminations wrought on the burnished gold of her sunny little life.< Less