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Introduces the topic of sexual abuse, and how children can protect themselves. Includes questions to gauge the child's understanding, and tips for parents.

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Amos Oz

"A profusion of delightful passages couched in unfailingly lovely language." — New York Times Book Review 1939. As the Nazis advance into Poland, a Jewish mathematician and watchmaker named Pomeranz escapes into the wintry forest, leaving behind his beautiful, intelligent wife, Stefa. After the war, having evaded the concentration camps, they begin to build new lives, Stefa in Stalin’s Russia and Pomeranz in Israel, where, as they move toward reunion, another war is brewing. An intricate tale of people seeking escape from a hostile world in thrillingly fantastical ways. "Lyrical . . . Its youthfulness and energy are exhilarating." — The New Yorker

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Child development specialists have shown that children learn best when they acquire knowledge through multiple senses. Not only sight and sound, but touch as well, are critical elements in their development. Children love learning to name objects, and they are in for a multisensory treat with this big book containing 150 words and 30 touch-and-feel elements. Featuring many things familiar in a young child's world—a soft blanket, the smooth skin of a dolphin, a rough-textured sack—this generously oversized volume helps young readers build vocabulary and develop picture and word associations. The perfect baby shower gift!

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As the Germans advance into Poland in 1939, Elisha Pomeranz, a Jewish mathematician and watchmaker, escapes into the wintry forest, leaving behind his beautiful, intelligent wife, Stefa. After the war, having evaded the concentration camps, they begin to build new lives - Stefa in Stalin's Russia and Elisha in Israel, where, as they seek their reunion, another war is brewing.

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The First World War ravaged the male body on an unprecedented scale, yet fostered moments of physical intimacy and tenderness among the soldiers in the trenches. Touch, the most elusive and private of the senses, became central to war experience. War writing is haunted by experiences of physical contact: from the muddy realities of the front to the emotional intensity of trench life, to the traumatic obsession with the wounded body in nurses' memoirs. Through extensive archival and historical research, analysing previously unknown letters and diaries alongside literary writings by figures such as Owen and Brittain, Santanu Das recovers the sensuous world of the First World War trenches and hospitals. This original and evocative study alters our understanding of the period as well as of the body at war, and illuminates the perilous intimacy between sense experience, emotion and language as we try to make meaning in times of crisis.

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Seventeen-year-old Deznee Cross teams up with Kale, an escapee from the Denazen Corporation, an outfit that collects "special" kids known as Sixes and turns them into weapons. They join a group of rogue Sixes to try to bring down Denazen before they are caught and before Dez's father discovers the secret she has protected her entire life.

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Teresa Medeiros

Can a bumbling witch lost in time find her own knight in shining armor? When cool-headed scientist and inept witch Tabitha Lennox inherits her mother's mysterious amulet, she doesn't expect to be hurled seven centuries into the past--directly into the path of a surly but gorgeous knight on a quest for vengeance. Sir Colin of Ravenshaw finds himself beguiled by this strange woman who smells like baby shampoo and introduces him to the culinary delights of the Big Mac. Although he is honor-bound to burn her at the stake, Colin soon discovers it is his own heart that is aflame for this enchanting woman he must not love, but cannot live without. Book 2 in Teresa’s LENNOX MAGIC Series, which includes Breath of Magic and Touch of Enchantment “Fine and funny!”—Publishers Weekly “Utterly enchanting, jubilant and magical!”—Romantic Times “Medeiros’s sense of fun and whimsy produce a delightfully magical story with a fairy tale quality.”—Library Journal “Delightful! This is what romantic fantasy is all about.”—Heartland Critiques “Medeiros is magic!”—Christina Dodd, New York Times bestselling author “A superb storyteller. Medeiros can pull every last emotion from the reader with tear-inducing scenes and laugh-out-loud dialogue.”—Booklist ENGLISH LANGUAGE EDITION Time travel romance, Paranormal romance, Historical romance, Contemporary romance

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Ten short stories of the bizarre, speculative and terrifying. Includes the Aurora Award-nominated "Delta Pi" and "Touch the Sky, They Say".

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