Paula's Pinecone

Author: Penelope Santos

Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc

ISBN: 1499495455

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 8

View: 901

Readers go on a nature walk with Paula through this sequential narrative. Paula stumbles across various items, and counts how many of each that she finds. She takes a very close look at pinecones, including finding the seeds. This fiction title is paired with the nonfiction title "Pinecones" for connecting across texts and comprehension through connection strategies.

Paula's Pickle Picnic

Author: Barbara J. Underwood

Publisher: Kaeden Corporation

ISBN: 1578742935

Category: Pickles

Page: 20

View: 3367

Fiction, Reading Recovery Level 19, F&P Level K, DRA2 Level 20, Theme Family/Alliteration, Stage Transitional-Early Fluent, Character N/A

Paula's Perilous Adventure

Author: Wayne R. Anderson


ISBN: 9780977347803


Page: 48

View: 8323

Paula's Perilous Adventure of WAYNE ANDERSON is a revolutionary learning tool that actually mirrors the life experience. It features a Koala bear from Australia named Paula, and a boy and his dog from Chicago. The book and companion dvds may set a trend towards an emphasis on meaningful stories, and learning experiences. It makes children and adults think, and learn positive values together. Paula's Perilous Adventure is available this March in a kit form containing a 5 set dvd, case with accompanying 48 page illustrated book. Orders may be directed to IMAGECRAFTERS, INC. is located in Naperville, IL. Tel 630 355-1449, email [email protected]

Paula's Prophecy

Author: Klacey J. Smith

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc

ISBN: 1483445828

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: N.A

View: 4732

To Sarah, growing up in England around American military children, America, “The Land of Milk and Honey,” sounds like Paradise. She dreams of immigrating to a place where anything seems possible. Yet life itself seems determined to thwart her...she has a series of death-defying experiences, and several tragic romances that distract her from her dream. Just when all hope seems lost, however, a handsome “Prince Charming,” rescues her, and carries her away to the land of her dreams...just as a psychic medium had predicted. Where the mysterious old lady, reading Sarah’s cards, refused to tell her the horrors that were to happen next, the previous suffering Sarah had experienced up until that time was nothing in comparison to what awaited her in America. Abandoning a familiar way of life and starting over again is much harder than she ever dreamed it would be. Dysfunction, domestic violence, and family catastrophe are among the challenges Sarah had faced in her life with much worse to come.

Triple Nine Sleuths

Author: Maranna Chan

Publisher: Epigram Books

ISBN: 9810780354

Category: Young Adult Fiction

Page: N.A

View: 998

Shortlisted for Popular Readers' Choice Award 2014, English (Children) Category Get ready for high adventure. The Triple Nine Sleuths are Singapore’s latest amazing teen detective trio, using their creativity and intelligence to solve mysteries, even when the Police are stumped! But there is one mystery that remains unsolved, a puzzle that Stacy, Corey and Colton are desperate to solve—who is Stacy’s real father? As the Triple Nine Sleuths race against time for answers, each mystery brings them closer to answering this ultimate question. In Dangerous Disappearance, Stacy needs answers from Paula, her missing parents’ friend. While confronting her, Stacy suddenly blacks out and wakes to find Paula missing. Stacy is now the prime suspect! Corey and Colton are determined to prove her innocence. Can the sleuths clear Stacy’s name in time?


Author: California State Agricultural Society

Publisher: N.A


Category: Agriculture

Page: N.A

View: 729

Justification as Ignorance

Author: Sven Rosenkranz

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0192635085

Category: Philosophy

Page: 224

View: 9082

Justification as Ignorance offers an original account of epistemic justification as both non-factive and luminous, vindicating core internalist intuitions without construing justification as an internal condition knowable by reflection alone. Sven Rosenkranz conceives of justification, in its doxastic and propositional varieties, as a kind of epistemic possibility of knowing and of being in a position to know. His account contrasts with recent alternative views that characterize justification in terms of the metaphysical possibility of knowing. Instead, he develops a suitable non-normal multi-modal epistemic logic for knowledge and being in a position to know that respects the finding that these notions create hyperintensional contexts. He also defends his conception of justification against well-known anti-luminosity arguments, shows that the account allows for fruitful applications and principled solutions to the lottery and preface paradoxes, and provides a metaphysics of justification and its varying degrees of strength that is compatible with core assumptions of the knowledge-first approach and disjunctivist conceptions of mental states.

Postal Pleasures

Author: Kate Thomas

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0199755744

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 264

View: 7089

In 1889 uniformed post-boys were discovered moonlighting in a West End brothel frequented by men of the upper classes. "The Cleveland Street Scandal" erupted and Victorian Britain faced the possibility that the Post Office-a bureaucratic backbone of nation and empire-was inspiring and servicing subversive sexual behavior. However, the unlikely alliance between sex and the postal service was not exactly the news the sensational press made it out to be. Postal Pleasures explores the relationship between illicit sex and the Royal Mail from reforms initiated in 1840 up to the imperial end of the nineteenth century. With a combination of historical details and literary analyses, Kate Thomas illustrates how the postal network, its uniformed employees, and its material trappings-envelopes, postmarks, stamps-were used to signal and circulate sexual intrigue. For many, the idea of an envelope promiscuously jostling its neighbors in a post boy's bag, or the notion that secrets passed through the eyes and fingers of telegraph girls, was more stimulating than the actual contents of correspondence. Writers like Anthony Trollope, Eliza Lynn Lynton, Henry James, Oscar Wilde, Arthur Conan Doyle, and others, invoked the postal system as both an instrument and a metaphor for sexual relations that crossed and double-crossed lines of class, marriage, and heterosexuality. Postal Pleasures adds a new dimension to studies of the era as it uncovers the unlikely linkage between the Victorian Post Office and the queer networks it inspired.