Moose's Book Bus

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Moose's Book Bus Book

In Inga Moore’s charming companion to A House in the Woods, Moose’s library outing soon has the whole woodland community crowding into his house to read together. Leave it to...

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Moose's Book Bus - Inga Moore
pdf | 283 KB | English | Isbn: 1536227900 | Author: Inga Moore | Release Date: 2021-12-14
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In Inga Moore’s charming companion to A House in the Woods, Moose’s library outing soon has the whole woodland community crowding into his house to read together. Leave it to Moose to find a solution—on wheels! Distinguished author-illustrator Inga Moore reunites the cast of A House in the Woods for another tale of friendship and ingenuity. When Moose runs out of stories to tell his family after dinner, he ventures to the town library for books. No sooner is he settled in at home to read them aloud than Bear, Badger, Fox, Hare, Mole, the Three Wild Pigs, and even the Beavers crowd in to listen. Soon everyone is packed in like sardines. What’s a clever Moose to do? With its warm, whimsical cast and a snug woodland setting evoked by earthy illustrations, this playful nod to the power of books and libraries to create community will reward new and returning fans alike.
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#1 Moose's Book Bus

Moose's Book Bus Book Inga Moore
  • Author : Inga Moore
  • Publisher : Candlewick Press
  • Release Date : 2021-12-14
  • Total Pages : 48
  • Genre : Juvenile Fiction
  • Review : (196)

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In Inga Moore’s charming companion to A House in the Woods, Moose’s library outing soon has the whole woodland community crowding into his house to read together. Leave it to Moose to find a solution—on wheels! Distinguished author-illustrator Inga Moore reunites the cast of A House in the Woods for another tale of friendship and ingenuity. When Moose runs out of stories to tell his family after dinner, he ventures to the town library for books. No sooner is he settled in at home to read them aloud than Bear, Badger, Fox, Hare, Mole, the Three Wild Pigs, and even the Beavers crowd in to listen. Soon everyone is packed in like sardines. What’s a clever Moose to do? With its warm, whimsical cast and a snug woodland setting evoked by earthy illustrations, this playful nod to the power of books and libraries to create community will reward new and returning fans alike.

#2 Unstoppable

Unstoppable Book Inga Lizdenyte
  • Author : Inga Lizdenyte
  • Publisher : WestBow Press
  • Release Date : 2018-02-24
  • Total Pages : 526
  • Genre : Religion
  • Review : (321)

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Unstoppable is an inspirational autobiography and personal development book grounded in the authors Christian faith. It follows the story of Inga Lizdenyt, a woman who transformed her life after a tragic car accident, where the chances stacked against her proved all but insurmountable. From being incapable of speaking or moving or doing anything independently, to traveling from Europe and moving to the United States, the book emerges as a valuable testimony to the power of God. After her accident, Inga landed in a world she never knew could exist. Her destiny had been crushed and she stood at the crossroads: to give in or to fight. Inga chose to reclaim her life. Yet the lesson learned was that even when matters seem on the way to redemption, the worst can occur. With only steps away from achieving the impossible, everything for Inga had been destroyed all over again. The fruits of her hard work and her continuous efforts were ruined. Realizing that its not events or the choices of others that can break her, with the Lords intervention, Inga picked herself up and continued her journey in spite of the odds. Intended to inspire and ignite faith, Unstoppable becomes more than a harrowing account, it is a book that reveals; it inescapably touches the heart, but delves as well into the secrets that kept Inga going, equipping readers with the knowledge to break through their own hardships, overcome their obstacles, and to achieve the goals most important to the life theyve been chosen to live.

#3 Rose

Rose Book Inga Muscio
  • Author : Inga Muscio
  • Publisher : Seven Stories Press
  • Release Date : 2011-01-04
  • Total Pages : 272
  • Genre : Social Science
  • Review : (267)

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With trademark precision and razor-sharp wit, Inga Muscio explores the impacts of passive violence, abuse, war, and cultural trauma on our most intimate lives in order to uncover a path toward healthy and imaginative sex and love. Rose breaks new ground in answering a fundamental question in most feminist and antiracist writing: how do we identify, witness, and then recover from trauma—as individuals, as families, as communities, and as a country? Muscio's ability to address dire topics with a unique freshness and bravery allows her readers to confront the true brutality of a violent culture, then to react powerfully with righteous rage and hopeful determination. Chilling, eye-opening, and thoroughly enjoyable, Rose offers a fresh and exhilarating perspective on achieving empowerment and self-possession.

#4 Justice in Lüritz

Justice in Lüritz Book Inga Markovits
  • Author : Inga Markovits
  • Publisher : Princeton University Press
  • Release Date : 2010-08-30
  • Total Pages : 256
  • Genre : Law
  • Review : (236)

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As a child, Inga Markovits dreamt of stealing and reading every letter contained in a mailbox at a busy intersection of her town in order to learn what life is all about. When, decades later, working as a legal historian, she tracked down the almost complete archive of a former East German trial court, she knew that she had finally found her mailbox. Combining her work in this extraordinary archive with interviews of former plaintiffs and defendants, judges and prosecutors, government and party functionaries, and Stasi collaborators, all in the little town she calls "Lüritz," Markovits has written a remarkable grassroots history of a legal system that set out with the utopian hopes of a few and ended in the anger and disappointment of the many. This is a story of ordinary men and women who experienced Socialist law firsthand--people who applied and used the law, trusted and resented it, manipulated and broke it, and feared and opposed it, but who all dealt with it in ways that help us understand what it meant to be a citizen in a twentieth-century Socialist state, what "Socialist justice" aimed to do, and how, in the end, it failed. Brimming with human stories of obedience and resistance, endurance and cunning, and cruelty and grief, Justice in Lüritz is ultimately a book about much more than the law, or Socialism, or East Germany.

#5 The Inga Language

The Inga Language Book Stephen H. Levinsohn
  • Author : Stephen H. Levinsohn
  • Publisher : Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
  • Release Date : 2015-03-30
  • Total Pages : 167
  • Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
  • Review : (175)

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#6 Ambivalent Conquests

Ambivalent Conquests Book Inga Clendinnen
  • Author : Inga Clendinnen
  • Publisher : Cambridge University Press
  • Release Date : 2003-04-28
  • Total Pages :
  • Genre : History
  • Review : (2)

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This is both a specific study of conversion in a corner of the Spanish Empire, and a work with implications for the understanding of European domination and native resistance throughout the colonial world. Dr Clendinnen explores the intensifying conflict between competing and increasingly divergent Spanish visions of Yucatan and its destructive outcomes. She seeks to penetrate the ways of thinking and feeling of the Mayan Indians in a detailed reconstruction of their assessment of the intruders.

#7 Sophie Ma's Magical Glasses

Sophie Ma's Magical Glasses Book Inga Gelford
  • Author : Inga Gelford
  • Publisher : Author House
  • Release Date : 2012-01-09
  • Total Pages : 51
  • Genre : Juvenile Fiction
  • Review : (103)

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All we have to do is just "be." This delightfully written, illustrated story, by Inga Gelford, is told through the innocent and non-judgmental eyes of a child. The story centers around Lydia, a little girl, who, when aided by a pair of animated, living, glasses, can see the true, unchanging, core, essence within everyone she meets. Life doesn't have to be a struggle and perhaps all we have to do is just be. Inga Gelford weaves a charming and beautifully illustrated story relating that perception is interpretation, suggesting that impressions can be very misleading depending upon the lens you choose to look through. This transcendental tale touches upon the healing and uplifting result of encountering the natural purity and guileless inner nature of a child. Lydia sees that everyone has a jewel inside and looking upon others with love and compassion in your heart enables one to see the truth within. This love and kindness energy is free AND contagious, as Lydia teaches the reader in this delightfully illustrated story. No matter how young your child is, this story sends the lovely message that looking for the good in everyone just might bring forth more of the same.

#8 The Human Right to Water

The Human Right to Water Book Inga Winkler
  • Author : Inga Winkler
  • Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
  • Release Date : 2014-08-14
  • Total Pages : 376
  • Genre : Law
  • Review : (259)

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The United Nations General Assembly and the Human Rights Council recognised the human right to water in 2010. This formal recognition has put the issue high on the international agenda, but by itself leaves many questions unanswered. This book addresses this gap and clarifies the legal status and meaning of the right to water through a detailed analysis of its legal foundations, legal nature, normative content and corresponding State obligations. The human right to water has wide-ranging implications for the distribution of water. Examining these implications requires putting the right to water into the broader context of different water uses and analysing the linkages and competition with other human rights that depend on water for their realisation. Water allocation is a highly political issue reflecting societal power relations, with current priorities often benefitting the well-off and powerful. Human rights, in contrast, require prioritising the most basic needs of all people. The human right to water has the potential to address these underlying structural causes of the lack of access to water rooted in inequalities and poverty by empowering people to hold the State accountable to live up to its human rights obligations and to demand that their basic needs are met with priority.

#9 HPHT-Treated Diamonds

HPHT-Treated Diamonds Book Inga A. Dobrinets,Victor. G. Vins,Alexander M. Zaitsev
  • Author : Inga A. Dobrinets,Victor. G. Vins,Alexander M. Zaitsev
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release Date : 2013-06-12
  • Total Pages : 257
  • Genre : Science
  • Review : (364)

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High-temperature and high-pressure treatment of diamond is becoming an important technology to elaborate diamonds. This is the first book providing a comprehensive review of the properties of HPHT-treated diamonds, based on the analysis of published data and the work of the authors. The book gives a detailed analysis of the physics of transformation of internal structures of diamonds subjected to HPHT treatment and discusses how these transformations can be detected using methods of optical microscopy and spectroscopy. It also gives practical recommendations for the recognition of HPHT-treated diamonds. The book is written in a language and terms which can be understood by a broad audience of physicists, mineralogists and gemologists.