Beatrice's Goat
Title Beatrice's Goat PDF eBook
Author Page McBrier
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Pages 40
Release 2012-01-24
Genre Juvenile Fiction
ISBN 1442449691

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More than anything, Beatrice longs to be a schoolgirl. But in her small African village, only children who can afford uniforms and books can go to school. Beatrice knows that with six children to care for, her family is much too poor. But then Beatrice receives a wonderful gift from some people far away -- a goat! Fat and sleek as a ripe mango, Mugisa (which means "luck") gives milk that Beatrice can sell. With Mugisa's help, it looks as if Beatrice's dream may come true after all. Page McBrier and Lori Lohstoeter beautifully recount this true story about how one child, given the right tools, is able to lift her family out of poverty. Thanks to Heifer Project International -- a charitable organization that donates livestock to poor communities around the world -- other families like Beatrice's will also have a chance to change their lives.



Beatrice's Goat
Title Beatrice's Goat PDF eBook
Author Page McBrier
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Pages 40
Release 2004-07
Genre Juvenile Nonfiction
ISBN 0689869908

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In this story based on a case from Project Heifer, a young girl's dream of attending school in her small Ugandan village is fulfilled after her family is given an income-producing goat.



Representing Africa in Children's Literature
Title Representing Africa in Children's Literature PDF eBook
Author Vivian Yenika-Agbaw
Publisher Routledge
Pages 168
Release 2007-12-13
Genre Literary Criticism
ISBN 1135923671

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Representing Africa in Children’s Literature explores how African and Western authors portray youth in contemporary African societies, critically examining the dominant images of Africa and Africans in books published between 1960 and 2005. The book focuses on contemporary children’s and young adult literature set in Africa, examining issues regarding colonialism, the politics of representation, and the challenges posed to both "insiders" and "outsiders" writing about Africa for children.



The War on Hunger
Title The War on Hunger PDF eBook
Author Ron Fridell
Publisher Twenty-First Century Books
Pages 88
Release 2003-01-01
Genre Juvenile Nonfiction
ISBN 9780761326502

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Describes the conditions that contribute to hunger, including poverty and environmental problems, and details efforts being taken to rid the world of the problem.



The Field Guide to Goats
Title The Field Guide to Goats PDF eBook
Author Cheryl Kimball
Publisher Voyageur Press
Pages 144
Release 2009-12-15
Genre Technology & Engineering
ISBN 1616732180

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Kept as pets, raised for their milk, meat, or fiber, or prized for their beauty or rarity, goats are increasingly popular animals on farms large and small. Whether you raise a favored few or a hundred head, this guide is the ultimate resource on North American breeds. The book provides detailed descriptions of more than twenty goat breeds found in the United States and Canada, from the popular Nubian, Pygmy, and Boer to the rare and lovely Golden Guernsey. Illustrated with 150 color photographs, this convenient, easy-to-use field guide includes exhaustive information about behavior, characteristics, breeding, and history, as well as a glossary of caprine terms and a list of breed associations. It is the essential reference that anyone with an interest in goats should not be without.



Launching RTI Comprehension Instruction with Shared Reading
Title Launching RTI Comprehension Instruction with Shared Reading PDF eBook
Author Nancy Boyles
Publisher Maupin House Publishing, Inc.
Pages 338
Release 2013
Genre Education
ISBN 1934338672

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Now you can easily deliver the shared reading comprehension lessons you need to launch RTI Tier 1 instruction--setting the stage for Tier 1 small-group instruction as well as Tier 2 and Tier 3 interventions. Launching RTI Comprehension Instruction with Shared Reading provides intermediate-grade teachers with: Flexible shared reading plans for 45-, 60-, and 90-minute instructional blocks and guidelines to implement Tier 2 and Tier 3 comprehension interventions; Criteria to select comprehension objectives, choose texts, and create lessons that support students before, during, and after reading; Strategies that move students toward independence in meeting comprehension objectives through explicit, systematic instruction that culminates in written response; Assessment rubrics, checklists, and anchor sets to evaluate students' literature responses; Lessons and support materials for 40 different objectives organized into four thinking strands: forming a general understanding, developing an interpretation, making reader/text connections, and examining content and structure; and Independent follow-up activities in oral language, fluency, vocabulary, comprehension, and writing that help students apply what they have learned in the shared lesson. Tips for adapting instruction to English language learners and reflection questions at the end of each chapter round out this complete resource. The included CD provides modifiable electronic versions of planning and support documents, along with additional lesson materials not included in the book.



Giving
Title Giving PDF eBook
Author President Bill Clinton
Publisher Random House
Pages 158
Release 2014-08-31
Genre Biography & Autobiography
ISBN 1446473708

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Here, from Bill Clinton, is a call to action. Giving is an inspiring look at how each of us can change the world. First, it reveals the extraordinary and innovative efforts now being made by companies and organizations-and by individuals-to solve problems and save lives both 'down the street and around the world'. Then it urges us to seek out what each of us, 'regardless of income, available time, age, and skills', can do to help, to give people a chance to live out their dreams. Bill Clinton shares his own experiences and those of other givers, representing a global flood tide of nongovernmental, nonprofit activity. These remarkable stories demonstrate that gifts of time, skills, things, and ideas are as important and effective as contributions of money. From Bill and Melinda Gates to a six-year-old California girl named McKenzie Steiner, who organized and supervised drives to clean up the beach in her community, Clinton introduces us to both well-known and unknown heroes of giving. Clinton writes about men and women who traded in their corporate careers, and the fulfillment they now experience through giving. He writes about energy-efficient practices, about progressive companies going green, about promoting fair wages and decent working conditions around the world. He shows us how one of the most important ways of giving can be an effort to change, improve, or protect a government policy. He outlines what we as individuals can do, the steps we can take, how much we should consider giving, and why our giving is so important. Bill Clinton's own actions in his post-presidential years have had an enormous impact on the lives of millions. Through his foundation and his work in the aftermath of the Asian tsunami and Hurricane Katrina, he has become an international spokesperson and model for the power of giving.