The final installment of the Claimed series. The series is being released in the following order. It is a 6-part series: Part 1 - http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00RI7GCVY Part 2 - http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00S7PC08A Part 3 - http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00TUC7444 Part 4 - http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00VPD0KQK Part 5 - http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00WYKGUZ8 Part 6 - out now! The story continues in both Ivy and Jason´s points of view. Now that the child is born, Ivy must act as a mother for the first time in her life. No longer thinking about herself, but of others. She is not used to this type of responsibility but she has her friend to guide her through her journey. The one person she has learned who was put on earth to protect her all along, Ellie, her best friend. Jason will stand his ground; but as Ivy is exposed more to the world of the vampires, the question is… who will win?
This book is representative of the oldest and most prestigious competitions held in the former Soviet Union. This material, formerly unavailable to the Western world, is now accessible in English for the first time.
Check out this interview with the author on C-SPAN! In 1912, a revolutionary chick cries, "Strike down the wall!" and liberates itself from the "egg state." In 1940, ostriches pull their heads out of the sand and unite to fight fascism. In 1972, Baby X grows up without a gender and is happy about it. Rather than teaching children to obey authority, to conform, or to seek redemption through prayer, twentieth-century leftists encouraged children to question the authority of those in power. Tales for Little Rebels collects forty-three mostly out-of-print stories, poems, comic strips, primers, and other texts for children that embody this radical tradition. These pieces reflect the concerns of twentieth-century leftist movements, like peace, civil rights, gender equality, environmental responsibility, and the dignity of labor. They also address the means of achieving these ideals, including taking collective action, developing critical thinking skills, and harnessing the liberating power of the imagination. Some of the authors and illustrators are familiar, including Lucille Clifton, Syd Hoff, Langston Hughes, Walt Kelly, Norma Klein, Munro Leaf, Julius Lester, Eve Merriam, Charlotte Pomerantz, Carl Sandburg, and Dr. Seuss. Others are relatively unknown today, but their work deserves to be remembered. (Each of the pieces includes an introduction and a biographical sketch of the author.) From the anti-advertising message of Johnny Get Your Money's Worth (and Jane Too)! (1938) to the entertaining ons in ecology provided by The Day They Parachuted Cats on Borneo (1971), and Sandburg's mockery of war in Rootabaga Pigeons (1923), these pieces will thrill readers intrigued by politics and history--and anyone with a love of children's literature, no matter what age. Check out co-editor Philip Nel discussing this book on NPR here.
يتناول شخصية الإمام ابن حزم الظاهري إمام أهل الأندلس ، الشخصية الموسوعية الهامة في حياة المسلمين العلمية ، ويتحدث عن حياته وعصره ونشأته العلمية ومناصبه التي تولاها والمحن في حياته وثناء العلماء عليه ومصنفاته وعقيدته ومذهبه الفقهي وصفاته وعلومه فهو المفسسر المحدث الفقيه المؤرخ الشاعر المربي عالم الأديان والفرق والأصولي والأديب واللغوي وعالم المنطق.
In this thrilling conclusion to the Civil War trilogy, Bronwen Llyr must convince Union Army generals of General Lee's battle plans before Northern forces retreat.