229 pages , Xlibris Corporation , 2012-01-30 In A Broken Therapists Guide to Completeness, Mark Vegh explains how so many of us live with a fragmented perspective due to hurts and traumas of the past. We try to hide from our pain or push it away, but it only makes us rigid, cautious, and defensive. Or rather we stew on the past bumps and bruises, becoming resentful and b...[Read More]
257 pages , Human Kinetics , 2000 Summerford describes her innovative school physical fitness and health program called PE-4-Me Radical Wellness Program, implemented at her middle school in Apple Valley, California. The program combines movement, music, authentic assessment, thematic instruction, and brain-based learning into a physical education program. Several times t...[Read More]
640 pages , Author House , 2011-07-12 The Kid Looks Back is a collection of sixty-eight stories that cover a wide range of topics. I hope that his book will be a gentle hiding place where you can go to get away from something, return to something or go where you have never been. Some of these stories are true. Others are factually true, although bit embellished. Others a...[Read More]
108 pages , Author House , 2005-10-01 If you picked up this book then you are one of two types of people. You are either a fan of dodgeball and are curious to learn more or you hate dodgeball and can not believe that anyone would actually write a book about it. Which ever type you are you will find useful information in the rest of the book to support your position. I am...[Read More]
278 pages , Simon and Schuster , 2003-05-06 Examines how we have allowed media to bombard our children's lives and offers practical advice on countering the incessant parade of images that frighten, intrigue, and influence America's kids.
192 pages , Candlewick Press , 2010-04-06 Anthony has never been able to stand up for himself —- that is, not until his girlfriend is in someone else’s arms. Then Anthony vows revenge and devises the Plan. It begins with getting a job at the fast-food restaurant where his nemesis happens to be a star employee. But when the Plan is finally in place, will Anthony’s h...[Read More]
192 pages , New Star Books , 2007-07-15 From warnings on coffee cups to colour–coded terrorist gauges to ubiquitous security cameras, our culture is obsessed with safety. Some of this is drive by lawyers and insurance companies, and some by over–zealous public officials, but much is indicative of a cultural conversation that has lost its bearings. The result is not j...[Read More]