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Charlie The Zookeeper


Author : Janet McCormick
language : en
Publisher: Lulu.com
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Surrounded


Author : Beth Pedrodalasol
language : en
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Release Date : 2008-05-01



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This book is for humans only, especially if the color of your blood is red. "Officer Beth" talks about the Brave, the Cowards, and the true Survivors of Earth and gives tough love-life directions. She's a true life survivor as a San Francisco Police Veteran with near-miss death situations and her Marine Mom's emotional survival story will move any human. Officer Beth writes from her heart and she leaves footprints in yours. There's Judge Judy, there's Dr. Laura, and here's Officer Beth, Officer of the Peace. Who do you trust the most in giving you directions when you're lost, frustrated, or confused? *A Veteran Police Officer? *A 2-time Combat Marine Mom? *A Billionaire bodyguard? Or *A Las Vegas Dealer? ASK OFFICER BETH She'll tell you where to go

Pretending At Home


Author : Wendy L. Haight
language : en
Publisher: SUNY Press
Release Date : 1993-07-01



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Traces the development of pretend play in nine children growing up in educated, middle-class European American families. Illuminates how pretend play is embedded in distinct sociocultural contexts: physical and social ecologies, social and communicative conventions, and a broad system of belief. Paper edition (unseen), $12.95. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

The Essential Child Origins Of Essentialism In Everyday Thought


Author : Susan A. Gelman
language : en
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Release Date : 2005-03-24



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Essentialism is the idea that certain categories, such as "dog," "man," or "intelligence," have an underlying reality or true nature that gives objects their identity. Where does this idea come from? In this book, Susan Gelman argues that essentialism is an early cognitive bias. Young children's concepts reflect a deep commitment to essentialism, and this commitment leads children to look beyond the obvious in many converging ways: when learning words, generalizing knowledge to new category members, reasoning about the insides of things, contemplating the role of nature versus nurture, and constructing causal explanations. Gelman argues against the standard view of children as concrete or focused on the obvious, instead claiming that children have an early, powerful tendency to search for hidden, non-obvious features of things. She also attacks claims that children build up their knowledge of the world based on simple, associative learning strategies, arguing that children's concepts are embedded in rich folk theories. Parents don't explicitly teach children to essentialize; instead, during the preschool years, children spontaneously construct concepts and beliefs that reflect an essentialist bias. Essentialist accounts have been offered, in one form or another, for thousands of years, extending back at least to Aristotle and Plato. Yet this book is the first to address the issues surrounding essentialism from a psychological perspective. Gelman synthesizes over 15 years of empirical research on essentialism into a unified framework and explores the broader lessons that the research imparts concerning, among other things, human concepts, children's thinking, and the ways in which language influences thought. This volume will appeal to developmental, cognitive, and social psychologists, as well as to scholars in cognitive science and philosophy.

Charlie The Zebra And The Awesome Hat


Author : Ann Luebbert
language : en
Publisher: iUniverse
Release Date : 2016-06-30



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A young zebra named Charlie and his best friend, Jack the red bird, have always lived quietly at the Philadelphia Zoo, until the day that the Lady with the awesome hat and her dog came to visit. Charlie received a special “gift” from the lady and her dog, mostly from her dog. Charlie had always dreamed of become a leader, but was always told that zebras were shy and skittish, not good qualities for a leader. It took an awesome hat, a good friend, and an adventure in Philadelphia to show Charlie that even a zebra can be a leader.

Dead Hairy


Author : Debbie Thomas
language : en
Publisher: Mercier Press Ltd
Release Date : 2011



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A quirky tale, full of screwballs and pitfalls: welcome to the hair museum, where history has hairdos and fish have beards...

Why The Universe Bothers To Exist


Author : David V. McCorkle
language : en
Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing
Release Date : 2014-02



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A Striking Breakthrough in the Origins Controversy! Steinhardt and Turok's proposed ekpyrotic universe model fits the Genesis account! The implications are profound. The book Why the Universe Bothers to Exist: Theistic Determinism, Evidences and Implications by David V. McCorkle, PhD. is based upon this observation. It explains the likely location and physics of heaven. It proposes that we have heavenly avatars (biblical spirit bodies) close by, but through a fourth spatial dimension. Baby Brady with simulated spirit body. This book proposes answers to many other questions that theists have pondered. What happened to the Garden of Eden? Might it still exist? If so, where? How could information of our personal identity be preserved after our physical death? Why will "redeemed" humans need to be resurrected if they are already in heaven? Why will a new heaven eventually be needed? Numerous other concepts are also dealt with, such as the following. In consideration of Heisenberg uncertainty, what maintains order in the universe? Do natural laws determine outcomes, or does the consistency of outcomes determine the laws? What factor determines the decoherence outcome of probability waves so that consistent, orderly eigenstates result? Cannot this factor be recognized as God thereby actualizing his intentions: theistic determinism? Natural law is thus the outcome of God "holding all things together" (Col. 1:17). It is then natural for God to work through natural process. In this perspective, how is it that new species of organisms originate? Can the process be observed? And what of Adam and Eve as the first sentient humans? In addition to the significance of a message from ancient Babylon, and an account of how what is termed "socionics" relates to the "tragedy of the commons" principle, a near miraculous adventure in Idaho's Lemi Mountains near Sacajawea's birthplace is described and credited to divine providence. All of this and more thought-provoking issues are presented in this book with the intent of resolving the origins controversy, but also of planting ideas for further consideration in biblical context. David V. McCorkle Publisher's website: http: //sbpra.com/DavidVMcCorkle