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Do Dinosaurs Do Homework? ROOOAR! A short dinosaur poem for kids, illustrated in colour.
Thanks For The Review!
Hi Vtbt tb! Thanks for taking the time to read my book, I’m impressed you got to the end of it, as it’s five pages long.
Umm.., I’m fairly confident dinosaurs are real (but became extinct millions of years ago). Evolution then continued apace, resulting in the intelligent life that populates the earth today. I’m greatly impressed by your one-person mission to disprove (and possibly even reverse) this process.
I am sorry you’re now having to spend your time explaining to kids that dinosaurs don’t actually do homework. I’m sure you will be busy over the coming months caring for children damaged by the knowledge that penguins don’t dance, cars can’t talk and clownfish really aren’t any good at telling jokes.
(Who needs anemones………Sigh!)
All the best,
Uhm this is outrageous
By Vtbt tb
You're giving false information to children, dinosaurs do not exist you idiot. Now any kid whose read this thinks Dinos are real smh.
Great little book for little kids who love dinosaurs! Cute drawings!
Natalie Anderson, Matthew Hamilton, Megan Hughes, Samantha Meeker, Jordan Myers, Chelsea Schmitt, Emily Swanson & Robert Woodruff The essays in this anthology attempt to provide an overview of the current discussions surrounding young adult literature as a genre. While much of it is a careful synthesis of the work of established academics, this text should also provide a basis for further discussion and questioning of the genre—where the authors attempt to “define” the genre, it is based on research and analysis, but should in no way be assumed to be a conclusion. We want this anthology to be as organic and authentic as the literature it studies, to encourage exploration and discussion.
Matthew Hamilton This book aims to make population genetics approachable, logical and easily understood. To achieve these goals, the book’s design emphasizes well explained introductions to key principles and predictions. These are augmented with case studies as well as illustrations along with introductions to classical hypotheses and debates. Pedagogical features in the text include: Interact boxes that guide readers step-by-step through computer simulations using public domain software. Math boxes that fully explain mathematical derivations. Methods boxes that give insight into the use of actual genetic data. Numerous Problem boxes are integrated into the text to reinforce concepts as they are encountered. Dedicated website at www.wiley.com/go/hamiltongenetics This text also offers a highly accessible introduction to coalescent theory, the major conceptual advance in population genetics of the last two decades.
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The behavioral health organization is an essential resource that should be available to all communities. This is usually the central place where many of the thousands of men, women and children who live in both urban and suburban neighborhoods receive their behavioral and medical healthcare. Historically, the Federal govern- ment has recognized this trend and accordingly has set aside mil- lions of dollars in funding to address many of the issues directly re-lated to inadequate healthcare delivery in these neighborhoods. This need has created a tremendous opportunity to deliver specialized niche services to these patients.
Many of you who are ready to go out and start a new practice will find that the community will welcome you with open arms. This will be the case whether your agency provides psychotherapy, or a combination of services, which may include a medical compo- nent. The mere fact that the integrated healthcare delivery system provides a one-stop shop for comprehensive healthcare under one roof makes it a very attractive model. And, for the organization that is currently contemplating the creation of a pharmacotherapy or dispensary delivery system, this book contains all of the information that is needed to put together a comprehensive proposal and successful operating system. It was the intent and purpose of this book to provide you with the tools in which to create, operate and upgrade your own ideal organization.
Matthew Hamilton & Dara Hanke Libraries of all sizes and resource levels are finding ways to support community innovation and creativity through maker programming—and successful programs don't require dedicating an entire area of the library to makerspace activities or sophisticated technologies such as 3D printers. Make It Here: Inciting Creativity and Innovation in Your Library provides a complete, step-by-step guide for starting a makerspace program at your library and follows through with instructions for operation and building on your success.
This book takes you step-by-step through starting your maker program—from finding the right "makerspace mix," making a plan, and working with staff to establishing funding and support, launching your makerspace, and evaluating and refining your programs. The authors provide guidance based on their personal experiences in creating and developing maker programs in their libraries as well as feedback and lessons learned from library makers across the country. You'll see how easy it can be to bring their ideas to life in ways that will empower your community, and be encouraged to be bold and think outside of the box when imagining the possibilities.
Matthew Hamilton 'Who am I?' 'Where am I?' 'Why am I here?' With these questions Calum roused himself, touching his bloody head that had no memory of his whereabouts. Is That Me? He asked himself, seeing his reflection in the water of the clear, clean pond.