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Archive for March, 2009

Really Useful Handbooks Series

Posted by terryjamesresourcecentre on March 16, 2009

Really Useful Handbooks offers accessible, practical, guidance for young readers, from dealing with money to body issues.  Each title addresses everyday situations and issues.  Titles include:  Beat stress! The exam handbook — Read the signals: the body language handbook — Coping with loss: the life changes handbook — I’m broke: the money handbook — Making a difference: the changing the world handbook — Too fat? Too thin? The healthy eating handbook.

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One Peace

Posted by terryjamesresourcecentre on March 12, 2009

one-peaceIn One Peace, Janet Wilson brings to light the power young people can have to effect change in society. Drawing upon inspirational children from around the world, Wilson structures her book around individuals such as Faris Calle of Colombia, Zlata Filipovic of Bosnia and Canada’s own Craig Kielburger, and their work. While the title suggests that all her subjects are “activists,” this is not necessarily so. Wilson also highlights children who take simple but powerful steps, such as writing letters, as well.  In addition to her main examples, she also includes photographs, fascinating facts (such as the origin of the famous peace symbol), poetry from children in war-torn countries, and comprehensive end notes.

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The Black Book of Colors

Posted by terryjamesresourcecentre on March 2, 2009

This black on black book invites readers to imagine living without sight through illustrations done with raised lines, and descriptions of colours based on imagery. Braille letters accompany the illustrations, and a full Braille alphabet offers sighted readers help reading along with their fingers.

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