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Sticks and Stones by Melissa Lennig Book Resume:
Sticks and Stones presents a treasure trove of building and engineering ideas for children to employ in the great outdoors using the materials made readily available to them, from cabins and tipis to bridges and dams. Many smaller scale projects are included, too—such as how to make ochre paint with shale, make a fishing pole, and carve a marshmallow roasting stick. Opportunities and materials for constructive play exist everywhere in nature. Author Melissa Lennig (of the blog Fireflies and Mud Pies) introduces today’s screen-overloaded kids to this world of fun waiting just outside the door. Whether camping or hanging out in the back yard, children will marvel at the wonderful, useful tools and playthings they can create with natural objects. Sticks and Stones details various designs for the ever-popular fort (cabins, tipis, survival shelters, etc.) and also covers structures such as bridges, fences, and dams, while explaining the STEAM principles behind each. In addition to structures, there are other ideas and projects for camping and the backyard, like a fire ring (explaining the types of fires, airflow, and safety), the always useful tripod, a travois, a rock garden, and toy boats. Along the way, there are multi-leveled reading opportunities in the form of quick features on considerations like mindfulness, campfire safety, mini STEAM design challenges, and more. Sticks and Stones is an essential resource for every junior outdoor adventurer.
Sticks and Stones by Donna Shelton Book Resume:
After the rape, sixteen-year-old Peyton feels dirty. Lost. She could have fought harder. Screamed. Been more aggressive. Gotten him to stop. She knows Brad will get away with it. He’s gotten away with it before. The football team protects him. The school does too. It seems like everyone in town is on his side. Girls start to call her a skank. But Peyton is determined to get justice. Only she doesn’t know how. The dominoes begin to fall when the truth comes out. First to her best friend. Then to a pastor. Who leads her to a soft-spoken police detective ... From the Great Plains to the borderlands to the Mississippi Delta, rural America is struggling. The population is shrinking. And the economy is shifting away from agriculture. Without a safety net, rural families struggle with depression, drug abuse, alcoholism, and other problems. Gravel Road Rural addresses the contemporary issues affecting rural America in an unflinching way.
Sticks and Stones by Jerome Neu Book Resume:
"Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me." This schoolyard rhyme projects an invulnerability to verbal insults that sounds good but rings false. Indeed, the need for such a verse belies its own claims. For most of us, feeling insulted is a distressing-and distressingly common-experience. In Sticks and Stones, philosopher Jerome Neu probes the nature, purpose, and effects of insults, exploring how and why they humiliate, embarrass, infuriate, and wound us so deeply. What kind of injury is an insult? Is it determined by the insulter or the insulted? What does it reveal about the character of both parties as well as the character of society and its conventions? What role does insult play in social and legal life? When is telling the truth an insult? Neu draws upon a wealth of examples and anecdotes-as well as a range of views from Aristotle and Oliver Wendell Holmes to Oscar Wilde, John Wayne, Katherine Hepburn, and many others-to provide surprising answers to these questions. He shows that what we find insulting can reveal much about our ideas of character, honor, gender, the nature of speech acts, and social and legal conventions. He considers how insults, both intentional and unintentional, make themselves felt-in play, Freudian slips, insult humor, rituals, blasphemy, libel, slander, and hate speech. And he investigates the insult's extraordinary power, why it can so quickly destabilize our sense of self and threaten our moral identity, the very center of our self-respect and self-esteem. Entertaining, humorous, and deeply insightful, Sticks and Stones unpacks the fascinating dynamics of a phenomenon more often painfully experienced than clearly understood.
Sticks and Stones by Sharon Crocket Book Resume:
All children love exciting play activities. The 'Can Do' series is intended as a practical resource for children who attend childcare centres, drop in centres or out of school playsettings and for the adults who work with them in these settings.
Sticks and Stones by Jeff Abrams Book Resume:
It wasn’t true what was said about me—not even close. But people believed it and passed it on. My life was awful. I couldn’t eat, I couldn’t sleep. I took showers so I could cry without disturbing my family. Finally, my attackers ran out of rocks—or they moved on to somebody else. Either way, things got better. A friend told me that if I lived my life according to God’s Will, most people would eventually see that the gossip was false. He was right. Today my life is better than ever. My faith in God and others is strong. I’ve forgiven those who lied about me—and those who listened. At least I hope I have. I’ve also learned to be a lot more careful about what I say about others and about what I allow others to say to me. As this book points out, people are fragile. Reading “Sticks and Stones” has helped me. If you have a story similar to mine, I hope and pray it will help you. ~ Anonymous
Sticks and Stones by Annette Boyd Lee Book Resume:
Sticks and Stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me. Such untrue words. When Words Hurt is the first of five books portraying the struggles people often deal with as a result of the harsh words of others. Annette Lee skillfully portrays three families whose children experience disappointments and heartaches at the voice of someone else, usually an adult. The stories will exemplify God's presence in the least of them to bring about a change that will benefit not only the children but the adults as well. Readers will share their heartaches and celebrate with them as they share in the fulfillment of their desires. When Words Hurt is a perfect tool for teens and parents of teens to learn how to understand, appreciate, and follow the call to seek God first in their lives.
Sticks and Stones by Kimberly Vogel Book Resume:
The collection starts with a new student arriving at the high school in Lemoyne and it ends with another student transferring out. Between those times a set of students go through daily life. The social dynamics make for interesting events, whether or not the students get along. (Sticks and Stones Stories 1-9)
Sticks and Stones by R. G. Fawcett Book Resume:
Jonathan Black is a troubled teenager. Tormented by his older brother. Abused by his mentally ill mother. Abandoned by his father. Jonathan Black feels let down by everyone around him and lost in a world of emptiness. As he strives to rid himself of the pain of his childhood and the demons that haunt him Jonathan embarks on a catastrophic journey of recovery. His devastating actions bring horror to the sleepy market town of Adley, calling into action all the experience and guile of dour Detective Inspector Donald Crossfield to bring an end to the trail of terror.
Sticks and Stones by C. A. Boyer Book Resume:
This book is a marvelous combination of humor and drama about what may be the real reason aliens were drawn to Roswell, New Mexico in 1947. The people in this story have all been drawn to Rachel, Nevada for a reason and are held there by bad experiences that have all but stopped them from living but an alien interruption changes the very routine that holds them all hostage. Sometimes what is first seen as a bad thing, ends up being the exact thing that is needed. Sticks and Stones takes you on a journey that starts with chaos and mayhem and ends with understanding and acceptance. Experience the sorrow and joy that fill the life of ordinary people surrounded by extraordinary happenings.
Sticks and Stones by Maryann Phillips Book Resume:
A very private woman with her own inscrutable code of ethics, Andreas life is thrown into a state of shock when she is accused of sexual misconduct by one of her students. Suspended from her job, Andrea tries to drive the haunting chaos from her mind by pushing her body to the limits. And then in spite of her reluctance, she can't stop loving the very man she'd tried so hard to despise and when these feelings are returned he too becomes a victim of spite and vengeance because he has dared to become an important part of her life.
Sticks and Stones by Sandra Moffatt Book Resume:
A powerful book that places pain in its proper context through using God's word as a foundation for understanding. The author bravely shares that she is a victim of sexual abuse, making a very big sacrifice in order to bless the reader with the message of healing. The straightforward opening will resonate with anyone who has experienced deep pain and wants to be free. The author has been so direct with her own experience that the reader is immediately aware that the content comes from a person who understands firsthand what he or she is suffering. The level of validity and credibility could not be higher. The author credits God for every phase of healing and her strengthened abilities in dealing with the past. While aptly acknowledging the readers experiences and feelings as victims, the author does not leave them unaccountable in the holy standard of practicing forgiveness. This healthy balance sets the book apart from most worldly approaches to therapy and healing. The concepts regarding pain in this book are very original and imperative in a book with this subject matter. It demonstrates the author has gained much wisdom, which is a sign that validates her growth. To God be the glory. Great things He has done!
Sticks and Stones by Mrs. Joyce Houston Book Resume:
This is my third book and I still have Nicole working with me. She's been wonderful through all of this. I have to say life is better now than ever. I have my first grandchild and he's a trip. I love him that's my little man and he's handsome as ever. Even though I've seen a lot in life I'm still growing right Where I'm from, people don't seem to change. Every day drama and things stay the same. So many have talent and dropout of school and there's so much they can still do. I did too. Newburgh is where I'm from a fast little city with very little love. But there are still some that make it fun and look forward to the love from certain ones and I thank God for them. Love Always and Stay Blessed Mrs. Joyce
Sticks and Stones by Hilary Packard Book Resume:
Sticks and Stones is based on fifty years of personal experience. Journal excerpts and poetry are used to enhance an understanding of the emotional turmoil of depression and suicidal ideation. The final coming together of positive approaches and insightful therapies is outlined along with exercises and suggestions for incorporating positive coping techniques. These are offered to help ease the anguish and supplement other therapies. Ms. Packard hopes that through education and the sharing of experiences, those individuals who require assistance and understanding can receive it without fear or trepidation, and that people who care for those living with depression will benefit from a greater comprehension....
Sticks and Stones by Baylee Dawson Book Resume:
You cant pick your family thats fact. If it were a choice as to the family I would choose, I knew no different than the hand that was dealt to me. What happens to you in the past is in the past and does not have to predict the future or define who you become. There was abuse, brutality, control, anger, and MORE importantly alcohol, was the name of the game for my stepfather, or at least thats what he thinks. As my Mother lay in her casket, I take comfort in knowing that she is in a much better place than the day-to-day nightmare she lived through. As for myself, I did everything in my power to believe real love existed and was out there for me. Having a family of my own to love and nurture was somewhere and I knew in my heart that God had a plan.