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The Zebra Crossings By Tsitsi Tsopotsa
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In the 1970s, somewhere in the rural areas of Rhodesia, a young man and woman fall in love. An unremarkable occurrence one might think- except Rob Du Toit is of affluent stock, and Rudo derives from... More > a struggling family. They are living in a country in transition, but that fact does little to help their cause. Their path to happiness is a minefield of hurdles and prejudices that only intensify as time progresses. This is a tender story written with heartfelt feeling, a book that you will want to read from beginning to end.< Less
Zebra Crossing: #2 By Clair C
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Volume Two of Animal Crossing inspired shorts - Zebra Crossing,
Zebra Crossing #3 By Clair C
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Volume Three of Animal Crossing inspired shorts - Zebra Crossing.
Zebra Crossing: #1 By Clair C
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Volume One of Animal Crossing inspired shorts - Zebra Crossing,
Using A Gebra Named Al in the Classroom By Wendy Isdell
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This is the teaching guide to A Gebra Named Al. Perfect for classroom, home school, or self-guided studying, this book provides in-depth questions and activities to bring more meaning and depth to... More > the book. Includes creative and cross-curriculum activities such as, "write a poem about being one of the chemical elements in this story," and so on.< Less
Stripey Streetness By Mikael Colville-Andersen
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A splendid photo series about the zebra crossing as an instantly recognisable symbol in the urban landscape. 130 photographs from 10 countries celebrating that striped zone created in order to keep... More > people out of harm's way by providing safe passage across city streets. Painted bridges that guide the bustling masses of pedestrians through a city. The zebra crossing is not a destination it itself but it is an important tool in getting yourself from A to B. It funnels all types of people together into one space, for a few brief minutes of togetherness. We are strangers but while waiting for the light to change and for those dozen or so steps through the zone we are in a flock. This photo series shows city life and city people framed within the zebra crossing. People coming and going and waiting. All of them telling us stories with their body language. Wide strides or short steps. Hunched shoulders or head held high. The zebra crossing becomes a stage on which people around the world are brought together.< Less
Abbey Road Memes By James Ratsasane
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On August 8, 1969, photographer Iain Macmillan captures the Beatles crossing the street outside of their Abbey Road studio. This image used as the artwork to their last studio recording has now... More > become one of music’s most iconic album covers. Forty-seven years on, this location has become a major tourist attraction and its zebra crossing a virally-transmitted cultural symbol. Its dissemination has spanned into the territories of music homages, sports, politics, parodies to social media selfies and more. This book presents a compendium of 100s of memes based on the Abbey Road symbol retrieved and catalogue from the internet.< Less
A Gebra Named Al By Wendy Isdell
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Winner of multiple awards for educational fiction as well as quality fantasy, this charming story brings us the adventures of Julie in the Land of Mathematics. Julie is a young teen who struggles... More > with her homework, especially math, until a mysterious Imaginary Number leads her into Mathematics. There she meets Al the gebra (who is like a zebra), and horses who represent elements on the Periodic chart. She sets off on a quest to find her way home, and in the process, learns the foundations of algebra and chemistry. Join Julie in her journey through Mathematics, where the Orders of Operations are actual places and chemistrees are real plants with atomic fruit. Will Julie ever get home? Written when the author was age fourteen, this work of fiction has been used in various school systems throughout the U.S to help supplement cross-curriculum learning. It can also be enjoyed as light fantasy reading.< Less

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