Rock-a-Bye Baby

Author: Penny Warner

Publisher: Chronicle Books

ISBN: 0811872084

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 144

View: 543


New parents can now rely on more than 200 tried and true slumber solutions, taken from the real sleep experts: parents, grandparents, nannies, and doctors. Penny Warner delivers here the widest selection of time-tested tricks, from classic (take a drive around the block) to quirky (fake sleep next to your baby). With lullabies, nursery rhymes, and lists of helpful sleep aides, it's an indispensable resource. Parents can flag their favorites then relax knowing everyone will rest easy.

Bye Bye Baby

Author: Caroline Sullivan

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 1408879956

Category: Music

Page: 288

View: 7789


Over four hot summers from 1975 to 1979, teenager Caroline Sullivan and her friends criss-crossed the USA in the Rollers' wake. They staked out airports and hotels, tricking airline clerks and wheedling information out of PR companies.

Rocket-Bye Baby: A Spaceflight Lullaby

Author: Danna Smith

Publisher: Golden Books

ISBN: 1524768952

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 24

View: 8890


When stars begin to twinkle in the night sky, it's time for an outer-space lullaby. A perfect bedtime read to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the moon landing! Rocket-bye, Baby, up to the moon. Nighttime is falling; sleep will come soon. We'll climb in the spaceship and that's where we'll stay, snuggled up close as we're carried away. . . . Join a mother and her baby as they fly in their own little rocket through a star-filled night sky, past constellations and meteor showers, in this dreamy good-night book. A gentle rhyme and beautiful artwork of stars and planets and mother and child make this a perfect good-night book when the stars come out.

Ireland in Proximity

Author: David Alderson,Fiona Becket,Scott Brewster,Virginia Crossman

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1134657129

Category: Literary Collections

Page: 234

View: 2294


Ireland in Proximity surveys and develops the expanding field of Irish Studies, reviewing existing debates within the discipline and providing new avenues for exploration. Drawing on a variety of disciplinary and theoretical approaches, this impressive collection of essays makes an innovative contribution to three areas of current, and often contentious, debate within Irish Studies. This accessible volume illustrates the diversity of thinking on Irish history, culture and identity. By invoking theoretical perspectives including psychoanalysis, cultural theories of space, postcoloniality and theories of gender and sexual difference, the collection offers fresh perspectives on established subjects and brings new and under-represented areas of critical concern to the fore. Chapter subjects include: * sexuality and gender identities * the historiographical issues surrounding the Famine * the Irish diaspora * theories of space in relation to Ulster and beyond. Contributors inlcude: David Alderson, Aidan Arrowsmith, Caitriona Beaumont, Fiona Becket, Scott Brewster, Dan Baron Cohen, Mary Corcoran, Virginia Crossman, Richard Kirkland, David Lloyd, Patrick McNally, Elisabeth Mahoney, Willy Maley, Shaun Richards, Éibhear Walshe.

Articulations

Author: Allison Parrish

Publisher: Counterpath

ISBN: 193399665X

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 114

View: 1889


The poems in Articulations are the output of a computer program that extracts linguistic features from over two million lines of public domain poetry, then traces fluid paths between the lines based on their similarities. By turns propulsive and meditative, the poems demonstrate an intuitive coherence found outside the bounds of intentional semantic constraints.

A Family Heritage

Author: Edith Fowke,Jay Rahn,LaRena LeBarr Clark

Publisher: University of Calgary Press

ISBN: 1895176360

Category: Art

Page: 319

View: 1984


New folk music and folk-song materials in this comprehensive study are particularly important for singers, folk music enthusiasts, ethnomusicologists, comparative and cultural studies scholars, and those interested in Canadian culture. LaRena Clark was a great singer and knew many fine songs. Her wide repertoire covers almost the complete range of types and topics of traditional Anglo-Canadian songs. Comparison with other collections in Canada, the United States, the British Isles, and Australia indicate just how unique and far-reaching it was. Clark's background and her varied ancestry shaped her repertoire. The account of her parents' activities gives a vivid picture of folk life in rural Ontario during the early years of this century. She knew some Canadian songs previously unreported, and she wrote songs with a strong Canadian flavour. Musically, Clark's songs are a microcosm of practices characteristic of British folk music throughout the English-speaking world. Particularly noteworthy is her constant reworking of traditional materials, procedures, forms, and individual tunes.

Harper's Bazaar

Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Celebrities

Page: 853

View: 4917