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              Norway: Society & Culture
               

              Norway: Society & Culture (Paperback)

              By Maagero, Eva; Simonsen, Birte

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              This book provides an introduction to contemporary Norwegian society for tourists, students, people in Norway on business, or anyone interested in knowing more about the northwestern corner of the European continent. In 19 short chapters, Norwegian scholars present a wide range o...f aspects of present-day Norway. Stimulating and accessible.
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              ISBN 9788292712184
              Released NZ 1 Sep 2008
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              Attending to Silence: Educators & Philosophers on the Art of Listening
               

              Attending to Silence: Educators & Philosophers on the Art of Listening (Paperback)

              By Hagg, Henny Fiska; Kristiansen, Aslaug

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              ln our noisy, busy and efficient world, silence is an all too often overlooked aspect of human life. In this book, the authors attempt to amend this fact by bringing together articles that deal at least with some sides of the manifold phenomenon, focusing on vital aspects.

              ISBN 9788292712726
              Released NZ 4 Feb 2013
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              The Gnome Chronicles: Dragons of Middle-Earth
               

              The Gnome Chronicles: Dragons of Middle-Earth (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Waters, Donna M.; Waters, Ken W.; Illustrated by Barrett, Katie

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              The adventurous characters from Bracken and the Crystal Cave are back, with a delightful cast of fairy-kind, bees, bats, dragons, griffins and more. Our gnome pal Bracken, along with Drew, Holly and the others will be fighting the evil druid, Dareg; whose dragons and other nasty ...minions are threatening to destroy the humans of Middle-Earth. And to help speed his conquest of the realm along, Dareg has conjured up a plague capable of decimating the entire human race. But surprises are in store, as our unlikely band of underdogs struggle to subdue the druid and save Middle-Earth.
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              ISBN 9781450723954
              Released NZ 31 Aug 2010
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              The Gnome Chronicles: Bracken and the Crystal Cave
               

              The Gnome Chronicles: Bracken and the Crystal Cave (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Waters, Donna M.; Waters, Kenneth W.; Illustrated by Barrett, Katie

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              Once upon a summer... When Holly and Drew's parents go to Ireland for the summer, they get sent to their grandparents' cottage in West Virginia. Grandpa has warned them - that they need to stay within certain boundaries while exploring the area. Children often fail to observe suc...h warnings. One day, while investigating the creek by the cottage, the children happen upon a gnome named Bracken. The gnome leads Holly and Drew on a merry chase, but they eventually become friends. Bracken tells them about his home; a magical realm, accessed through a portal in the crystal cave. Holly and Drew's grandparents (Elmer and Lottie O'Day) are the observers of this portal. One day a gleaner, the evil servant of the druid (Dareg), wandered out of the portal and attacked Elmer and Lottie. The gleaner put a spell on them, casting them into a deep enchanted sleep. No one could awaken them. Bracken followed the gleaner back to his home realm (Upper-Earth). Once there, Bracken must discover what the gleaner is up to, so that he can restore Elmer and Lottie. Drew follows Bracken through the crystal henge, where he finds himself in a strange realm filled with fairytale creatures and danger. The adventure is on... Drew is nearly drowned by a watershee, survives a dragon attack in the gnome cave and discovers some important magical artifacts. Meanwhile, Dareg has released many of the dragons from their island sanctuary, and is transporting them to Middle-Earth. He plans to use the dragons to help him conquer mankind. Can Bracken and Drew stop him?
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              ISBN 9781450706612
              Released NZ 30 Jul 2010
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              Child Who Doesn't Speak: Understanding & Supporting Children with Selective Mutism
               

              Child Who Doesn't Speak: Understanding & Supporting Children with Selective Mutism (Paperback)

              By Omdal, Heidi

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              How should teachers and parents react when a child consistently does not speak in certain situations when speech is expected, for example in kindergarten or school? In this book, the author has tried to reach an understanding of selective mutism. Her approach has been twofold: Fi...rstly, she has observed everyday interactions between children with selective mutism and other children and adults in kindergartens, schools, and homes. Secondly, she has interviewed formerly selectively mute adults, selectively mute children themselves, and their parents and teachers. What seemed to be the meaning of silence from the childs own perspective and from the perspectives of other children and adults? How did teachers succeed in encouraging communication and including selectively mute children? And what characterised interactions that did not help children to begin to speak and participate in kindergarten and school? The intended audience of this book is teachers in kindergartens and schools, professionals in the helping services, researchers, students, and parents.
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              ISBN 9788283140125
              Released NZ 12 Sep 2014
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              Anthroposophic Nursing Practice: Foundations and Indications for Everyday Caregiving
               

              Anthroposophic Nursing Practice: Foundations and Indications for Everyday Caregiving (Hardback)

              Edited by Heine, Rolf; Introduction by Blanning, Adam; Foreword by Girke, Matthias; Gloeckler, Michaela; Translated by Brousseau, Carol

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              PRE-ORDER - Shipping September 15th Anthroposophic nursing care goes beyond the communicative approach of soft skills. Nurses form a bridge between treatment of the body and treatment of the patient's soul and spirit by actively valuing the human body, paying attention to touch, ...using warmth, cold, air, and light to promote healing processes, and much more. Although physical wellbeing, autonomy, and youthfulness are central to our modern materialistic culture, our bodies actually receive little respect and appreciation, especially when they become ill and eventually old. Nursing values need to be rediscovered that respect the debased human being, embrace illness as a part of existence, and allow time for healing. A key aspect of this book involves the idea and practice of nursing gestures, relating inner attitudes and practical nursing activities to one another in detail through numerous examples and overviews. Anthroposophic Nursing Practice shows not only the possibility, but also the practical experience of nursing care, which aims to be both holistic and optimistic. The knowledge and perspectives gathered in this book have matured through the work of several generations of anthroposophically oriented nurses, all striving to refine a truly integrative nursing practice. This unique book will no doubt become the classic text on the important practice of anthroposophic nursing. Contributors include Klaus Adams, Frances Bay, Gudrun Buchholz, Annegret Camps, Bernhard Deckers, Carola Edelmann, Sasha Gloor, Renate Hasselberg, Inge Heine, Rolf Heine, Christel Kaul, Monika Layer, Regula Markwalder, Heike Schaumann, Jana Schier, Ada van der Star, Christoph von Dach, Ursula von der Heide, Gabriele Weber, and Anna Wilde. C O N T E N T S Introduction to the English edition Adam Blanning, MD Preface by Rolf Heine Foreword to the fourth German edition by Matthias Girke, MD Foreword to the third German edition by Michaela Gloeckler, MD I. METHODICAL-DIDACTICAL FOUNDATIONS 1. How
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              ISBN 9781938685286
              Released NZ 21 Sep 2020
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              Religious Differences Between Artichokes: Two Plays: Imagining Heschel and Spinoza's Solitude
               

              Religious Differences Between Artichokes: Two Plays: Imagining Heschel and Spinoza's Solitude (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Greer, Colin

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              ISBN 9781938685002
              Released NZ 1 Jun 2013
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              Recovering from a Disaster: A Study of the Relief & Reconstruction Process in Sri Lanka After the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami
               

              Recovering from a Disaster: A Study of the Relief & Reconstruction Process in Sri Lanka After the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami (Hardback)

              Edited by Oyhus, Arne Olav

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              This book is about what happened in the southern district of Hambantota during the disaster, and in the relief, rehabilitation and reconstruction process after the Indian Ocean Tsunami.

              ISBN 9788283140958
              Released NZ 1 Dec 2016
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              One Size Does Not Fit All: Physical Activity & Mental Health in Adolescents
               

              One Size Does Not Fit All: Physical Activity & Mental Health in Adolescents (Paperback)

              By Haugen, Tommy

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              A growing body of research argues that physical activity in various forms may be beneficial for the mental health of adolescents. However, less is known about why and for whom this relationship is true. This book investigates role of the self as a possible change mechanism in the... relationship between physical activity participation and mental well-being in adolescents, when also taking into account personal and contextual specificities.
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              ISBN 9788283140316
              Released NZ 2 Feb 2015
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              An Electronic Silent Spring: Facing the Dangers and Creating Safe Limits
               

              An Electronic Silent Spring: Facing the Dangers and Creating Safe Limits (Hardback)

              By Singer, Katie

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              Over millions of years, living creatures have evolved in relation to the Earth's electromagnetic energy. Now, we're surrounded by human-made frequencies that challenge our health and survival. An Electric Silent Spring reports the effects of electrification and wireless devices o...n people, plants, bee colonies, and frogs around the globe. It presents solutions for people who want to reduce their exposure to electromagnetic radiation.
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              ISBN 9781938685101
              Released NZ 1 May 2014
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