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While Shelley works wonders with a sick boy in Pediatrics, Bernie worries that her volunteerism may cost her the friendship of a special boy, and Nichole has second thoughts about being around sick people. ISBN13:9780380768462.
Series: An Avon Camelot Book. Hardcover: 210 pages. And with snippy Kate at the helm, forever taking exception to anything her new step-siblings say or do, the book quickly becomes a bit laborious to get through. Make no mistake: the author is excellent, and she doesn't dumb things down for her junior fiction readers. Her knowledge of history is admirable.
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Captain Kate (An Avon Camelot Book) by Carolyn Reeder (1999-02-01). She was afflicted by kidney cancer and died in a Washington hospital. HDYSY/?tag prabook0b-20. Shenandoah Vestiges: What the Mountain People Left Behind. She also wrote three non-fiction books about Shenandoah National Park for adults. During the last year of her life she wrote a column for children in The Washington Post (KidsPost) about Civil War history. She won the Scott O"Dell Award for Historical Fiction.
Carolyn Merchant (born July 12, 1936 in Rochester, New York) is an American ecofeminist philosopher and historian of science most famous for her theory (and book of the same title) on 'The Death of Nature', whereby she identifies the Enligh.
Carolyn Merchant (born July 12, 1936 in Rochester, New York) is an American ecofeminist philosopher and historian of science most famous for her theory (and book of the same title) on 'The Death of Nature', whereby she identifies the Enlightenment as the period when science began to atomize, objectify and dissect nature, foretelling its eventual conception as inert. Her works were important in the development of environmental history and the history of science.
1. Carolyn Barraclough Macmillan Children's Dictionary. The book provides snapshots of famous people, key facts and events and illustrations so that children can consolidate their learning. The Macmillan Children's Dictionary is beautifully illustrated photographic picture dictionary for use alongside any children's course. Designed for use at Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 3, The Questions Dictionary of History will also be a very useful revision aid for older children. Its content has been chosen to include words within the capabilities of pupils in the primary and early secondary years of schooling.