Judge Birdie And The Meltdown A Children S Book About The Golden Rule And The Importance Of Kindness
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✏Judge Birdie and the Meltdown A Children s Book about the Golden Rule and the Importance of Kindness Book Summary : An Adventurous Judge. A Selfish Attorney. A Planet Protector. And A Flying Chocolate Cake. Join the world's goofiest judge, as she and her seven-year-old grandson, Milo, embark on a camping and canoeing adventure. There is only one slight problem. Judge Birdie does not know how to camp or canoe. While Judge Birdie and Milo are navigating their way through life's unexpected twists and turns, back in Greenville things are heating up. A fierce battle between attorney Fable Finch, attorney Thomas Kindly and a chocolate cake is taking place. Will they learn the meaning of The Golden Rule or will evil prevail? Perfect for readers grades 2 and up who love a fast-paced illustrated story filled with humor, action, and life lessons. Judge Birdie and The Meltdown is the second book in the Judge Birdie series, but it can also be read as a standalone. Set within an exciting outdoor adventure, Judge Birdie and The Meltdown takes a close look at The Golden Rule and the importance of kindness. If you enjoy mystery and adventure books like the Adventures in Odyssey, The Green Ember Series, and the Magic Tree House, then you will love Kirsten Usman's exciting, action-filled series.
📒Ghost Island Mystery An Adventure Mystery Book Series For Kids ✍ Kirsten Usman
✏Ghost Island Mystery An Adventure Mystery Book Series for Kids Book Summary : The lighthouse on Ghost Island is keeping secrets ... When Milo and Birdie move into the crumbling lighthouse, they know it might be haunted. The previous lighthouse keeper recently disappeared, lights unexpectedly flash, doors bang, and footsteps are heard late at night. But it wasn't until they discovered a treasure map that they realized there was something extraordinary afoot. As they explore the creaky old lighthouse and the dark surrounding forest, they uncover a treasure more valuable than they ever could have imagined - something more valuable than silver and gold. Join Milo and Birdie as they spend their summer running from ghosts and searching hidden passageways. Do they have what it takes to solve the case and rescue the lighthouse keeper before it is too late? Ghost Island Mystery is the third book in the Judge Birdie series but it can also be read as a standalone. If you enjoy mystery and adventure books such as Theodore Boone, Nancy Drew, Hardy Boys, Magic Tree House and A to Z Mysteries, then you will love the Judge Birdie book series. Kirsten Usman's modern-day children's books are filled with unexpected twists and turns perfect for boys and girls ages 7-12 who love a fast-paced adventure. The Judge Birdie Mystery Adventure Book Series: Book 1: The Case of the Disappearing Amur Leopard Book 2: Judge Birdie and The Meltdown Book 3: Ghost Island Mystery
📒The Golden Rule ✍ Ilene Cooper
✏The Golden Rule Book Summary : Bestselling author John Green provides a foreword to this deluxe edition of the beloved classic With a gorgeous new package and a foreword from bestselling author John Green, the deluxe edition of The Golden Rule spreads the message of kindness to a new generation. But, what does it really mean? And how do you follow it? A grandfather explains to his grandson that the Golden Rule means you “treat people the way you would like to be treated. It’s golden because it’s so valuable, and a way of living your life that’s so simple, it shines.” The book reveals versions of the Golden Rule found in many cultures and religions, including Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism, and Islam. Following the Golden Rule is something everyone can do, which means that every person—old or young, rich or poor—can help make the world a better place.
📒Go Set A Watchman ✍ Harper Lee
✏Go Set a Watchman Book Summary : A historic literary event: the publication of a newly discovered novel, the earliest known work from Harper Lee, the beloved, bestselling author of the Pulitzer Prize-winning classic, To Kill a Mockingbird. Originally written in the mid-1950s, Go Set a Watchman was the novel Harper Lee first submitted to her publishers before To Kill a Mockingbird. Assumed to have been lost, the manuscript was discovered in late 2014. Go Set a Watchman features many of the characters from To Kill a Mockingbird some twenty years later. Returning home to Maycomb to visit her father, Jean Louise Finch—Scout—struggles with issues both personal and political, involving Atticus, society, and the small Alabama town that shaped her. Exploring how the characters from To Kill a Mockingbird are adjusting to the turbulent events transforming mid-1950s America, Go Set a Watchman casts a fascinating new light on Harper Lee’s enduring classic. Moving, funny and compelling, it stands as a magnificent novel in its own right.
📒The Nowhere Emporium ✍ Ross MacKenzie
✏The Nowhere Emporium Book Summary : When the mysterious Nowhere Emporium arrives in Glasgow, orphan Daniel Holmes stumbles upon it quite by accident. Before long, the 'shop from nowhere' -- and its owner, Mr Silver -- draw Daniel into a breathtaking world of magic and enchantment. Recruited as Mr Silver's apprentice, Daniel learns the secrets of the Emporium's vast labyrinth of passageways and rooms -- rooms that contain wonders beyond anything Daniel has ever imagined. But when Mr Silver disappears, and a shadow from the past threatens everything, the Emporium and all its wonders begin to crumble. Can Daniel save his home, and his new friends, before the Nowhere Emporium is destroyed forever? Scottish Children's Book Award winner Ross MacKenzie unleashes a riot of imagination, colour and fantasy in this astonishing adventure, perfect for fans of Philip Pullman, Corneila Funke and Neil Gaiman.
📒The Golden Rule ✍ Sherrill S. Cannon
✏The Golden Rule Book Summary : What if you treated others the way you’d like to be treated? What if everyone did that? What kind of world could there be? Robert and Kait decide to look for the golden ruler that their Mom has told them about, only to find out that she meant RULE instead of ruler. What is this “Golden Rule” and what does it mean? Join in the children’s quest to discover how to follow the Golden Rule and share it with others, as you meet many classroom friends from the author’s previous books. This is the eighth rhyming children’s book by award-winning author Sherrill S. Cannon, whose other bestselling books include Mice & Spiders & Webs…Oh My!, My Fingerpaint Masterpiece, Manner-Man, Gimme-Jimmy, The Magic Word, Peter and the Whimper-Whineys and Santa’s Birthday Gift.
📒The Disappearing Spoon ✍ Sam Kean
✏The Disappearing Spoon Book Summary : From New York Times bestselling author Sam Kean comes incredible stories of science, history, finance, mythology, the arts, medicine, and more, as told by the Periodic Table. Why did Gandhi hate iodine (I, 53)? How did radium (Ra, 88) nearly ruin Marie Curie's reputation? And why is gallium (Ga, 31) the go-to element for laboratory pranksters?* The Periodic Table is a crowning scientific achievement, but it's also a treasure trove of adventure, betrayal, and obsession. These fascinating tales follow every element on the table as they play out their parts in human history, and in the lives of the (frequently) mad scientists who discovered them. THE DISAPPEARING SPOON masterfully fuses science with the classic lore of invention, investigation, and discovery--from the Big Bang through the end of time. *Though solid at room temperature, gallium is a moldable metal that melts at 84 degrees Fahrenheit. A classic science prank is to mold gallium spoons, serve them with tea, and watch guests recoil as their utensils disappear.
📒The Joyful Wisdom ✍ Friedrich Nietzsche
✏The Joyful Wisdom Book Summary : The Joyful Wisdom, written in 1882, just before "Zarathustra," is rightly judged to be one of Nietzsche's best books. Here the essentially grave and masculine face of the poet-philosopher is seen to light up and suddenly break into a delightful smile. The warmth and kindness that beam from his features will astonish those hasty psychologists who have never divined that behind the destroyer is the creator, and behind the blasphemer the lover of life. In the retrospective valuation of his work which appears in "Ecce Homo" the author himself observes with truth that the fourth book, "Sanctus Januarius," deserves especial attention: "The whole book is a gift from the Saint, and the introductory verses express my gratitude for the most wonderful month of January that I have ever spent."
📒Mirrors ✍ Eduardo Galeano
✏Mirrors Book Summary : Throughout his career, Eduardo Galeano has turned our understanding of history and reality on its head. Isabelle Allende said his works “invade the reader's mind, to persuade him or her to surrender to the charm of his writing and power of his idealism.” Mirrors, Galeano's most ambitious project since Memory of Fire, is an unofficial history of the world seen through history's unseen, unheard, and forgotten. As Galeano notes: “Official history has it that Vasco Núñez de Balboa was the first man to see, from a summit in Panama, the two oceans at once. Were the people who lived there blind??” Recalling the lives of artists, writers, gods, and visionaries, from the Garden of Eden to twenty-first-century New York, of the black slaves who built the White House and the women erased by men's fears, and told in hundreds of kaleidoscopic vignettes, Mirrors is a magic mosaic of our humanity.
📒The Art Of Being Human ✍ Michael Wesch
✏The Art of Being Human Book Summary : Anthropology is the study of all humans in all times in all places. But it is so much more than that. "Anthropology requires strength, valor, and courage," Nancy Scheper-Hughes noted. "Pierre Bourdieu called anthropology a combat sport, an extreme sport as well as a tough and rigorous discipline. ... It teaches students not to be afraid of getting one's hands dirty, to get down in the dirt, and to commit yourself, body and mind. Susan Sontag called anthropology a "heroic" profession." What is the payoff for this heroic journey? You will find ideas that can carry you across rivers of doubt and over mountains of fear to find the the light and life of places forgotten. Real anthropology cannot be contained in a book. You have to go out and feel the world's jagged edges, wipe its dust from your brow, and at times, leave your blood in its soil. In this unique book, Dr. Michael Wesch shares many of his own adventures of being an anthropologist and what the science of human beings can tell us about the art of being human. This special first draft edition is a loose framework for more and more complete future chapters and writings. It serves as a companion to anth101.com, a free and open resource for instructors of cultural anthropology. This 2018 text is a revision of the "first draft edition" from 2017 and includes 7 new chapters.