Play and learn with Curious George, star monkey of the number-one preschool TV show! This pop-up schoolhouse displays both the outside of the school and the inside of a classroom, and six perforated Curious George characters are ready to take on their new student roles! The set also includes three popular Curious George concept books: Shapes, Numbers, and Color Fun, all square paperbacks. Children can count school supplies, find colorful objects in the classroom, and identify shapes that make up the schoolhouse!
For Lloyd and Megan, it had been a pretty typical day at the office... until the building they both worked in was invaded by ravenous lizard-things that wanted to eat them alive. Now they're running for their lives, their only goal to somehow get down to the ground floor, where they can escape into the city and hopefully get help from someone... the police, the Army, the National Guard... anyone with enough firepower to take out a six story building full of carnivorous alien monsters. But when they discover that the entire city of Louisville, Kentucky seems to have fallen prey to a horde of hundreds of different unEarthly creatures, all of whom are grabbing and devouring every human they can get their tentacles, claws, paws, tendrils, or manipulating cilia on, they realize there is no sanctuary anywhere... and unless they can find some way to fight back against their attackers, they will become just the latest gobbets of meat ground up and spit out in... THIS SLAUGHTERHOUSE EARTH
Using clear language and unconventional examples, this book argues that abortion is not merely a medical or religious issue, but one that goes to the very heart of our conception of human rights. It explains that the unborn are living and human beings, that all human beings have a right to life, and that denying the right to life of some weakens the right to life of all. Bohan supports his thesis by pointing to human rights treaties, the Declaration of Independence, and the words of such luminaries as Albert Schweitzer, Frederick Douglass, Pearl S. Buck, Elie Wiesel, and Martin Luther King Jr. He also examines the connection between abortion and the recent push to legalize assisted suicide and euthanasia. Bohan explains why the Greek myth of the House of Atreus is an apt metaphor for our abortion-minded society that shows the distinction between abortion and infanticide is arbitrary. While the Supreme Court holds that the 14th Amendment does not protect the lives of fetuses, at the time the Amendment was drafted, American scholars were comparing the mental capacity of Black people to that of a white fetus. Bohan also explores the the common aspects involved in the destruction of the unborn and the destruction of Jews by the Nazis: the roles of dehumanization, euphemism, the medical community, science, idealism, and humane killing, among others.
It's time for witchcraft to come out of the broom closet! Following her ground-breaking The Craft in the City, Tudorbeth now teaches, in her simple and down-to-earth letters, what it really means to be a witch in the modern world. Here she unfolds the secrets of Bell, Book and Candle and the mystical pentagram. She opens up to us the ceremonies of Initiation and Hand Fasting, and much more.
This is a story about two kids finding a house in the woods and find out that there are criminals living in the home. What do you think Earl and Hennery going to do? Well if you read the story you will find out.
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