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我們和好吧: 和平使者解決衝突之道 (BV4509.5.Sa5C47 2006)

「我們和好吧!」這是許多人心中的渴望。
「從衝突到和好,只要願意,總是走得到。」這是一個很有信心的宣告。但是,在實際行動上,很多人還是有很多疑惑。

例如:
何時該忽略對方的過錯?
如何改變容易導致衝突的態度與習慣?
如何誠懇且有效地承認自己的過錯?
何時該堅持自己的權利?
如何勇敢面對衝突中的對方?
如何饒恕對方?
如何達到公正合理的協議?
何時該請求教會介入?
如何應付不可理喻的人?
何時基督徒可以告上法庭?

本書針對相關問題提出以聖經為基礎的具體教導,無論讀者自己想與人和好,或想幫助身邊的人解決衝突,都將從本書深深獲益!

Eric Carle's dragons dragons & other creatures that never were

Beautiful full-color collage illustrations complement an anthology of poetry about such mythological creatures as centaurs, mermaids, and the yeti by Anne McCaffrey, John Gardner, Myra Cohn Livingston, X. J. Kennedy, and other notable writers. Reprint. SLJ. K.

The first rainbow (BS551.B69P78 2001)

Overview

The flood waters are rising and Noah has built a boat for all the animals. After the big storm comes the first, beautiful new rainbow. Filled with warm, witty illustrations and easy-to-follow text, this is a perfect introduction to the popular story of Noah’s Ark.

The wildlife detectives:how forensic scientists fight crimes against nature (HV7959.J13 2000)

Overview

Slaughtering elephants for their ivory; shooting bears for their gall bladders; capturing sea turtles for soup. In the name of vanity, fashion, and greed, man stalks and kills wild animals — and gets away with it, even when it is clearly against the law. But now scientists have a way to catch and convict poachers. In a laboratory in Ashland, Oregon, they analyze clues to link suspects to crimes. In words and pictures, this book tells a poignant story and reveals how science can indeed save the day.

Describes how the wildlife detectives at the National Fish and Wildlife Forensics Laboratory in Ashland, Oregon, analyze clues to catch and convict people responsible for crimes against animals.

In the small , small pond (PZ8.3.F62a 1994)

From Publishers Weekly

In a starred review, PW praised the "stunning" spreads and "zippy" language of this peek at the life of a freshwater pond through the seasons; a Caldecott Honor book. Ages 2-6.

Aircraft (TL670.3.K47G25 1992)

contains amazing facts and records plus fascinating and easy to read background information about the subject

Zack's alligator (PZ7.M87W34 1989)

When Bridget the alligator arrives in the mail, she's only the size of a key chain! But after Zack soaks her in water, she grows into a real live alligator. Bridget wrestles the garden hose and swings from the monkey bars. And what other alligator can do cartwheels?

Children's Books of 1989 (Library of Congress)

Amazing world of spiders (QL458.4.C84H36 1990)

Children's Literature - Beverly Kobrin
Start young readers with Ms. Gibbons' Spiders and they'll segue smoothly into Ms. Craig's. Both authors explain how the eight-legged arthropods differ from insects, describe their general characteristics, and focus on the unique ways in which different species spin their webs-Ms. Craig in more depth.

 

The Jaguar's Jewel (PZ7.R81G96b 2000)

From the Inside Flap

Dink, Josh, and Ruth Rose visit New York City! Dink's uncle is the curator of a museum with a dazzling new treasure--a statue of a jaguar cradling an emerald between its front paws. But when it's discovered that the emerald has been replaced with a fake, Dink's uncle is the chief suspect. He'll go to jail if Dink, Josh, and Ruth Rose can't uncover the real thief!

About the Author

RON ROY has been writing books for children since 1974. He is the author of dozens of books, including the popular A to Z Mysteries, Capital Mysteries, and Calendar Mysteries. When not working on a new book in his Connecticut home, Ron likes to teach tricks to his dog Pal, play poker with friends, travel, and read thrilling mystery books. Visit him online at RonRoy.com.

The absent author (PZ7.R81G96a 1997)

Overview

Don’t miss A to Z Mysteries—alphabetic adventures that are full of thrills, chills, and cases to crack!

A is for Author...

In the first book of the A to Z Mysteries—an early chapter book mystery series featuring strong boy and girl characters—Dink writes to his favorite author, mystery writer Wallis Wallace, and invites him to visit Green lawn. Wonder of?wonders, Wallace says yes! In fact, the famous writers says the the only way he won't come is if he's kidnapped. But when the big day comes, Wallis?Wallace is nowhere to be found. The police think?he just missed his plane, but Dink knows better. It's?up to?Dink and his two best friends, Josh and Ruth Rose, to find Wallace -?before it's too?late!

Each book includes a map and a letter from the author. Parents, teachers, and librarians agree that these highly collectible chapter books are perfect for emerging readers and any kid who love mysteries!

Dink Duncan and his two friends investigate the apparent kidnapping of famous mystery author Wallis Wallace.

The bald bandit (PZ7.R81G96 1997)

Overview

L is for Lucky. . . .

And that's just how Lucky O'Leary feels when the lottery ticket his grandfather sends him for Christmas turns out to be a million-dollar winner! But before Lucky can cash it in, someone sneaks into his house and steals it. Now it's up to Dink, Josh, and Ruth Rose to track down the thief and return the ticket . . . before Lucky loses out!

Third-grader Dink and his detective friends hope to receive a big reward by finding the person whose video recorder picked up a picture of the local bank robber.

The Berenstain Bears and the dress code (PZ7.B45B45av 1994)

Overview

Illus. in black-and-white. When Mr. Honeycomb, Bear Country School's principal, decides to take some time off, who stands in for him? Mervin "bullhorn" Grizzmeyer that's who. And much to the cubs dismay he establishes a super-strict dress code!

Even though they are not into rad fashions, Brother Bear and Sister Bear join the other cubs' protest when Mr. Grizzmeyer enforces a strict dress code at Bear Country School.

The Berenstain Bear Scouts save that backscratcher (PZ7.B45B45au 1996)

Grumbling Grizzlies! Mayor Horace J. Honeypot is planning to destroy the great shagbark hickory in the middle of town. The tree is a historic landmark, plus it's the best backscratcher in town! Now it's up to the Bear Scouts to save that backscratcher--before it becomes firewood! Black-and-white illustrations.

The Berenstain Bear Scouts meet bigpaw (PZ7.B45B45at 1996)

Hardly believing their eyes when they meet a King Kong-sized giant of a bear named Bigpaw, the Bear Scouts learn of the grownups' plan to attack Big Paw, and the foursome decides to find out what he is really like.

The Berenstain Bear Scouts and the humongous pumpkin (PZ7.B45B45as 1995)

The infamous Archweasel McGreed and his evil troops plot to invade Bear Country by hiding inside of a giant Trojan Pumpkin, and the Bear Scouts must foil his plan or risk losing every honey pot in town.

Hurricanes (QC944.H77W57 1995)

Children's Literature - Marilyn Courtot
Kids will feel just like the brave pilots who fly through really rough weather to get into the eye of the hurricane when they read Wild Weather: Hurricanes! The winds can shift so fast and are so strong that they can actually throw an airplane out of a hurricane. Excitement, facts, and watercolor artwork combine to make this book concerning the job of dropping an instrument box to gather information about the storm a winner. Part of the "Hello Reader" series.

 

The meanest thing to say (PZ7.C82H75a 1997)

Overview

This easy-to-read story about peer pressure by comedian and storyteller Bill Cosby is now a Scholastic Reader!

Michael Reilly has introduced a new game to Little Bill and his friends. You get twelve chances to say something mean to another kid--and whoever comes up with the biggest insult is the winner.

Insults start flying: "Jose hops with the frogs in science lab!" "Andrew eats frogs for dinner!" "Little Bill shoots baskets like a girl!"

Little Bill tries to think of really mean things to say in retaliation. But Dad teaches him a strategy that enables Little Bill to save face while remaining the nice kid that he really is!

When a new boy in his second grade class tries to get the other students to play a game that involves saying the meanest things possible to one another, Little Bill shows him a better way to make friends.

The littlest leaguer (PZ7.H67L73 1976)

THE LITTLEST LEAGUER Vintage Scholastic Beginning Reader BOOK Story And Pictures By Syd Hoff former cartoonist for the New Yorker magazine This is a story about boy named Harold who was the shortest player on his Little League team Other kids advised him to quit the season and sign up in the following year again. He tried for different positions but even the coach told him there is no spot for him on the team and he will have to sit on the bench When the game was rained out Harold would stay on the field in the rain hoping the water would make him grow like the flowers, but he only got wet His team played the last game of the season championship and the score was nothing to nothing. The best player on his team twisted his ankle and there was only Harold who could bat. He got two strikes but at than he hit a home run and his team won the championship, everybody cheered for him ~

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