As seen on the Hallmark Channel, "Every Second Counts" follows 17-year-old Brooke Preston (Magda Apanowicz, "Kyle XY"), a gifted equestrian on the verge of becoming a world class champion. Brooke faces the biggest decision of her life - whether to pursue her father's (Stephen Collins - "7th Heaven") dream of becoming a professional or her aspirations to go to college and lead a normal life. Trailers.
Perfect for soccer stars, this book features simple rhymes to help young readers count to fifteen. One ball, two keepers, three referees, and more add up to a great game. Includes information about the history and rules of soccer.
Close Counts: You don't need to know the answer, you just have to be closer than everyone elseClose Counts is the party game where the best guesstimate winsThere are six categories of statistical fun: Time Traveller, Numbers and Nature, Dollars and Cents, Records and Feats, What Year Was That? and No Way
If you listen carefully to the lone tree behind Oak Lane School, it has a story to tell, about. one owl, two spiders, three squirrels, four robins, five caterpillars, six ants, seven crickets, eight flies, nine ladybugs, and ten earthworms, all living safe and free in their tree home. What does this tree need? The children know-it needs friends Alison Formento's gentle story, illustrated with Sarah Snow's beautiful papercuts, whispers important ideas to all young tree lovers.
Join Little Quack and his sister Widdle as they learn their numbers during their exciting adventure Little Quack will melt readers' hearts as he counts from one butterfly to five bees and then back down to one Mama Duck This padded board book is a perfect format for preschoolers
This one hour program presents five different electric and hybrid car developers presenting their ideas and also gives a justification for why electric cars and hybrid cars are better. It also looks at the environmental issues involved and at the strengths and weaknesses of the internal combustion engine. It was produced for public television initially and is revealing and insightful.
On-court hostility threatens Mel's place on the team Mel Jensen is new to the Titans basketball team, but he knows he could be a vital part of the starting lineup-if only two other players would give him a chance to show his stuff. But Caskie and Stoney seem bent on ignoring him, and Mel knows it's because he's black. Should Mel fight fire with fire, or should he try to get along, if only for the sake of the team?
After learning about water conservation with his friends at daycare-and how even the smallest of efforts can make a difference-Caillou looks for ways to save water at home. Because his suggestion of not taking any more baths is vetoed by Mommy, Caillou has to find other ways to conserve-every little drop adds up This new series, drawn from the popular television series, explores current environmental issues and instills in children an ecological consciousness that will remain with them throughout their lives.
Who was Jesus? What was his story? What mark did he leave? What will be your mark? Join celebrity photographer and social artist Jeremy Cowart as he presents 21 compelling stories of 'mark makers' - people who are making their mark on the world today. Right now. Just like you. These are just a sampling of the tales that followers of Jesus can tell-stories of those from all walks of life whose inspiration is rooted in the truths found in the Gospel of Mark. You'll be captivated, challenged, and changed as you read of the mark makers in the full-color, fully-illustrated book that contains the complete Gospel of Mark. And you'll be inspired to make your mark-whether through your occupation, your talents, or your selfless love and giving to others. Maybe you teach children at a school or at home, or maybe you care for the homeless or provide food to the hungry. You may be an artist, musician, accountant, or athlete. If you are human, you are making a mark. And as you read, you are invited to ask-and answer-the question: 'What mark am I making?' This is your chance. Be inspired. Make every moment count. * 120 full-color pages of Scripture, stories, and photography by renowned photographer Jeremy Cowart* 21 photos and stories of people-some names you'll recognize, others not so well known-making their mark* Scripture text of the Gospel of Mark from the bestselling New International Version (NIV) Bible
Baby Bear does not like pollen, which sticks to his fur and makes him sneeze, but insects and other animals tell him how important pollen is, even for him. Includes an activity and facts about allergies, flowers, and pollinators.
Join Olivia and count down to Christmas with a holiday adventure that's packed with stickers and activity ideas. There are just ten days until Christmas, and Olivia can't wait Olivia doesn't want to miss any of the upcoming action, so she makes a checklist of everything she wants to do. It's going to be the best countdown to Christmas ever This 8x8 paperback comes with holiday stickers and a special "countdown flap" that lists all the awesome things Olivia has planned. Readers can count down along with Olivia-and have fun doing the same activities, such as baking cookies, eating candy canes, singing Christmas carols, making ornaments, trimming the tree, wrapping gifts, and more "OLIVIA"(TM) Ian Falconer Ink Unlimited, Inc. and (c) 2012 Ian Falconer and Classic Media, LLC
Fans of A IS FOR MUSK OX will be happy to know that Musk Ox and Zebra are back. and trying to make it through a counting book. As usual, Musk Ox has his own ideas and Zebra does not fail to show his frustration trying to get Musk Ox back on track. Will they make it from 1-10, or will their efforts end in annoyance? Cabatingan and Myers pair up again in this second in the Musk Ox series. Cabatingan's witty, sharp text mixes perfectly with Myer's grinning anti-hero and hapless zebra.
Baby Bear is back in this cozy, counting-themed companion to the celebrated "Baby Bear Sees Blue." Fall has arrived in Baby Bear's forest, and the woods are teeming with animals busily preparing for winter. How "many" animals? Count along from one to ten with Baby Bear as he and Mama hustle home to their cozy den-just in time for the season's first snowfall.
As seen on the Hallmark Channel, "Every Second Counts" tells the story of 17-year-old Brooke Preston (Magda Apanowicz, "Kyle XY"), a gifted equestrian on the verge of becoming a world-class champion. Her coach and father, Joe (Stephen Collins, "7th Heaven"), dreams of her success as a professional equestrian, a dream he once had for himself before a horrible accident forced him to retire. Their vision for her future clashes as Brooke hopes to go to college, become a veterinarian and lead a normal life. When the bank threatens foreclosure on the Prestons' home, Brooke decides to take control of her future to save her family. "Touching Wild Horses": After a terrible car accident involving his family, 12 year old Mark is sent to live with his Aunt Fiona (Seymour) on a beautiful and remote island. Isolated from most of the world, Fiona and a park ranger are the only human inhabitants of this wind-swept island, home to a herd wild horses. her reclusive personality makes Mark's new life on the island difficult, but he soon begins to see the beauty of the nature and the animals around them, including the horses they are forbidden to touch. When the mother of a young colt is killed, Mark breaks the rules and begins to feed and nurture the young animal. At first, Fiona is furious, but as she and Mark begin to create their own family bonds, she helps him to keep the horse from starving and each learns lessons from the other about compassion, faith and family ties. "Touching Wild Horses"; Writer/Director Interviews; Behind the Scenes.
The phenomenal bestseller Newly revised and updated Thousands of new listings THE INDISPENSABLE ONE-VOLUME REFERENCE FROM CORINNE T. NETZER, AMERICA'S #1 AUTHORITY ON THE NUTRITIONAL CONTENT OF FOOD Are you counting your calories, carbs, or fat grams? Watching your cholesterol? Boosting protein or fiber? Whatever your nutritional needs, this completely revised and updated ninth edition of "The Complete Book of Food Counts "is the most authoritative, up-to-date reference you can buy. Featuring thousands more listings (and more choices) than ever before, this vital reference provides all the essential counts you need to know for generic and brand-name foods-as well as the latest gourmet and health foods and a variety of ethnic cuisines. Whether it's fresh or frozen, fast-food or slow-cooked, "The Complete Book of Food Counts" is an A to Z guide to the choices in your supermarket aisles, at your local farmer's market, or served in your favorite restaurants - Calorie counts- Carbohydrate grams- Cholesterol milligrams- Sodium milligrams- Protein grams- Fat grams- Fiber gramsPLUS- A conversion table for weight and capacity measures- Alphabetized listing for easy reference- And much, much more THE COMPLETE BOOK OF FOOD COUNTS
In the nursery rhyme, the spider frightened Miss Muffet away. Well, not this time. The spider asks her to stay, and politely she does. Then come the animals: two, three, four, five-bearing gifts, and delicacies, and decorations. But why? Find out in this riotous new picture book.
Take your best guess at the answers in this game of estimates. Players answer questions in six categories on such topics as what year a given event occurred, how many of a limited-edition item were manufactured, how much of an item is sold each day, and more. For 2-6 players, ages 12+.
Accurately counting the right things can profoundly impact ministry effectiveness. Knowing the story in the stats can inform decisions and lead to the things that produce the results most pleasing to God. Gathering and studying the right numbers can help a church wisely invest its resources of time, effort, people, money, and facilities. "Effectiveness by the Numbers" will help ensure that your church is measuring the right things for the right reasons. Counting what counts enables a church to fulfill its mission-making mature followers of Jesus Christ. Jesus and his disciples counted. They knew how many he fed with the five loaves and fishes. When a crowd gathered they often knew and recorded the number of men, women and children present for the event. The early church counted. They knew that on the day of Pentecost about 3,000 were added to their number. The book of Acts reports that many believed, people were added, and many of the Corinthians who heard him believed and were baptized. If Jesus counted and the early church kept track of numbers, it is not unreasonable to expect churches today to use metrics to increasetheir effectiveness in doing God s work on earth. Chapter One The Fear of Numbers Chapter Two If You Could Count Only One Thing Chapter Three How Many and How Often Chapter Four How Many Stick? Chapter Five How Many Serve? Chapter Six Who's New? Chapter Seven Growing by Staying Small Chapter Eight What's More Important than Dollars? Chapter Nine What Product Are You Producing Anyway? About the author: William R. Hoyt During his 38 years of ministry, Dr. Bill Hoyt has served as Pastor, Seminary Professor, Executive Minister of the Southwest Baptist Conference and a consultant to churches, denominations and other not-for-profit corporations. By virtue of his varied background, Dr. Hoyt has been privileged to observe countless churches from many different vantage points. Dr. Hoyt is the President of NexStep Coaching and Consulting, an organization commi
This comprehensive reference lists more than 40,000 food items, complete with nutritional content for calories, fat, cholesterol, protein, carbohydrates, sodium, and fiber. Serving-size information makes healthful food choices quick and easy.
In this book, internationally recognised scholars and practitioners synthesise current practice and research developments in the area of mathematics teacher education and mathematics education. The book s two sections examine the role and significance of collaborations and critical friends in the self-study of mathematics teaching and teacher education; and the emerging conflicts, dilemmas and incongruities arising from the study of mathematics education practices. The book considers the insights gained from self-analysis regarding the practitioner themselves, as well as their pedagogical content, students and approaches. The contributions highlight the complexity, characteristics and features of mathematics education. The chapters reveal nuances in teaching and learning that are of particular relevance in mathematics education. In addition, the book contains ideas and suggestions on how to enhance the teaching of mathematical content to pre-service teachers. Accordingly, the book appeals to a wide audience of educators including education academics, teachers, student teachers and researchers. As teacher educators involved in mathematics education, reflection on practice and engagement in practitioner research is becoming increasingly important in our efforts to enhance our teaching. Teachers and student teachers also gain from the insights arising from such reflection. The knowledge and experience encapsulated in this book provides much for the mathematics education community to build on.
When pharmaceutical scientist David R. Hamilton, Ph.D, observed the results of tests on new drugs, he noticed that patients receiving control placebo pills reported the same level of improvement as those receiving the actual drug. Seeing this result repeat itself time and time again, he became fascinated by the mind-body connection and started to research the work of scientists, mystics, and healers working in this field. The result is this groundbreaking book, in which Hamilton explains how the mind and emotions can influence the well-being of your body and even the structure of your DNA. You'll learn about: the physical impact of meditation, why sending healing thoughts to a person in need is so beneficial, the power of love and its impact on body cells, and all the many ways in which your thoughts affect you.
Answer even the toughest, most hostile questions brilliantly: take the floor, stay poised, and win your audience over every time Imagine: you're standing in front of an audience and you've just been asked the question you'd been dreading - or, worse, you've been blindsided with a brutal question you never expected. What to do? Jerry Weissman has made a career of preparing executives for that moment. He's coached nearly 500 executives on their IPO road shows, the most critical presentations of their lives. Weissman's "In the Line of Fire" has established itself as the world's definitive guide to answering brutally tough questions in public - and now, he's completely updated this classic with new examples, case studies, and even more great advice. Using compelling, up-to-the-minute examples from Wall Street, Washington, D.C, and beyond, Weissman teaches how to respond with perfect assurance, no matter what. You'll discover how to avoid the defensive, evasive, or contentious answers that have destroyed political careers and can ruin your credibility. Weissman shows you how to control your entire exchange with a hostile questioner: the question, answer, interactions with questioner and audience, timing, and above all, yourself. Whether you're an executive, politician, fundraiser, interviewee, teacher, student - or even a family member at Thanksgiving dinner - you're judged on how you handle these moments. Get this book: handle them brilliantly.
For almost a decade, the Plain White T;s have been playing to packed audiences craving for that perfect pop-punk punch. Inspired by the booming local music scene, which included the likes of Smashing Pumpkins, Tom Higgenson recruited some kids from his local high school including guitarist Dave Tirio, and the Plain White T;s were born. Now their smash hit song, "Hey There Delilah" has propelled Plain White T's to major pop stardom. All songs in this folio are faithfully transcribed in complete guitar TAB. Songs: Our Time Now * Come Back to Me * Hate (I Really Don;t Like You) * You and Me * Friends Don;t Let Friends Dial Drunk * Making a Memory * So Damn Clever * Tearin; Us Apart * Write You a Song * Gimme a Chance * Figure It Out * Let Me Take You There * Hey There Delilah.
DWVL4035FeaturesTitle: It Isn't Where You Come From, It's Where You Are Going That CountsMade in the USACountry of Manufacture: United StatesProduct Type: Wall decalCompatible Surface Type: Multi-surfaceApplication Type: Self-adhesiveRemovable: YesWashable: Yes DimensionsOverall depth: 0.16"Overall Product Weight: 0.5 lbsSize 6" H x 30" W x 0.16" DOverall Height - Top to Bottom: 6"Overall Width - Side to Side: 30"Size 10" H x 40" W x 0.16" DOverall Height - Top to Bottom: 10"Overall Width - Side to Side: 40"