Very short easy to read but profound literary collage of rhythmic thoughts. Inspirations intended to stir the nation and raise honest communication. Read a book exposes the lack of substance within public education and rants about the frustrations of all types of discrimination. Pages that subliminally scream "be true to yourself" this book may be good for your health. No money back guarantee. So open up the pages and read it to see.
With this beautiful & portable book, children learn key concepts based on national educational standards. Handle encourages learning on the go, while gorgeous illustrations and fun games entertain kids while they practice counting, sight words, telling time, and so much more!
This book is part of the Oxford Reading Tree Fireflies series which offer a wide range of stimulating non-fiction titles for young children. It includes a variety of topics covering all areas of the curriculum, from science to citizenship. The books have a bright modern page design, and are illustrated with colour photographs. They are carefully graded across 10 stages and contain built-in progression and vocabulary repetition throughout. Each book includes notes for parents/carers and teaching assistants on the inside covers. This book is also available as part of a mixed pack of 6 different books or a class pack of 36 books of the same ORT stage. Each book pack comes with a free copy of up-to-date and invaluable teaching notes. CD-ROM versions of Fireflies titles are also available as eFireflies.
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Born in Bavaria and desired to go to the sea. Experienced the rough life of a seaman. Entered the United States, became a citizen and eventually becomes a master of a ship for a major oil company. Of the coast of Africa, during World War II, his ship was attacked and sunk. The majority of his crew went to prison. He and ten of his crew escaped in a lifeboat, drifting 800 miles of the coast of Africa. The group was rescued and taken to Freetown, Africa. One of his men was severely wounded in the attack by a German Raider, disguised as a commercial vessel. Schwarz and his men returned to the United States. He received another ship to be the master. The German ship eventually was sunk by a US submarine outside Japan with the loss of hundreds. Richard Schwarz was the author's uncle.
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