Community Soup Alma Fullerton 2013-06-01 In a garden outside a Kenyan schoolhouse, the children work together to harvest the vegetables they have grown and make them into a soup for everyone to share, but some goats are trying to eat all the vegetables.
Handmade Houseplants Corrie Beth Hogg 2018-09-04 One of Library Journal’s Best Books of 2018 In Handmade Houseplants, expert crafter and tastemaker Corrie Beth Hogg offers a no-water option for your urban jungle: plants made from paper! This stylish guide includes step-by-step instructions and templates for making 30 of the most popular houseplants, from monstera and peperomia to fiddle leaf fig and philodendron. Additional projects show how to use paper plants for home décor, wall art, holiday decorations, gift giving, and more. The projects are simple enough to be made in few hours and the materials are affordable and easy to find. Packed with colorful photos and filled with inspiration, Handmade Houseplants shows how paper plants can provide a modern, light-hearted touch to a well-designed home.
The Artful Parent Jean Van't Hul 2019-06-11 Bring out your child’s creativity and imagination with more than 60 artful activities in this completely revised and updated edition Art making is a wonderful way for young children to tap into their imagination, deepen their creativity, and explore new materials, all while strengthening their fine motor skills and developing self-confidence. The Artful Parent has all the tools and information you need to encourage creative activities for ages one to eight. From setting up a studio space in your home to finding the best art materials for children, this book gives you all the information you need to get started. You’ll learn how to: * Pick the best materials for your child’s age and learn to make your very own * Prepare art activities to ease children through transitions, engage the most energetic of kids, entertain small groups, and more * Encourage artful living through everyday activities * Foster a love of creativity in your family
Goodnight, Veggies Diana Murray 2020 Illustrations and easy-to-read, rhyming text invite the reader to a community garden where potatoes close their eyes, cabbages nod their heads, and corn covers its ears to go to sleep.
Pieced Vegetables Ruth B. McDowell 2002 Brilliant quilt artist Ruth B. McDowell has done it again! Her clever piecing techniques make garden vegetables come to life. "Pieced Vegetables" joins "Pieced Flowers" and "Piecing: Expanding the Basics" as required reading for serious students of machine piecing. 22 vegetables, many with design and piecing variations, for a total of 39 different blocks. Includes all your favorite vegetables, such as asparagus, broccoli, carrots, lettuce, onions, peppers, and more. Complete instructions, diagrams, illustrations, and template patterns to re-create each design. Advice on fabric choices and insight into the construction process. Important Note about PRINT ON DEMAND Editions: You are purchasing a print on demand edition of this book. This book is printed individually on uncoated (non-glossy) paper with the best quality printers available. The printing quality of this copy will vary from the original offset printing edition and may look more saturated. The information presented in this version is the same as the latest edition. The original version of this book came with a CD. You can access the full content of this CD online at C&T's website.
Low-Mess Crafts for Kids Debbie Chapman 2018-06-26 A collection of craft ideas for kids that create a minimum of mess.
Papercraft Indoor Garden Sarah Dennis 2017-10-31 Discover the next phase of mindful creativity with Papercraft Indoor Garden, a garden-themed papercrafting book that allows you to bring the outdoors into your home, no green thumb required. Decorate your home and experience mindfulness with this soothing papercutting activity book featuring fifteen projects to make by hand, including floral arrangements, houseplants, fruits, and vegetables. Simply cut and assemble vivid colored and patterned papers to create a botanical in your home or office.
A Perfect Father's Day Eve Bunting 1993-03 Susie takes her Dad to a restaurant and then they enjoy a series of special activities for Father's Day before returning home to a surprise that Mom has prepared.
5-Minute Spooky Stories Disney Books 2014-07-22 4 stories in 1! Get ready for four spook-tacular adventures featuring your favorite Disney and Disney • Pixar characters! Maleficent returns and casts a spell on the kingdom; Rapunzel and Pascal create spooky traditions in Rapunzel’s tower; Mike and Sulley search for the culprit behind mysterious events at the Monstropolis parade; and Wreck-It-Ralph and Vanellope meet a marshmallow ghost. Each of these stories is an ideal length for reading aloud in about five minutes—perfect for bedtime, storytime, or anytime!
Increase, Decrease Judith Durant 2015-05-19 The secret to knitting great-fitting hats and shaping elegant sleeves lies in using the right increase or decrease techniques. Approachable and insightful, Judith Durant provides clear instructions and step-by-step photographs that showcase swatches for each technique. From working shaped lace to adjusting necklines, you’ll soon have a go-to strategy for successfully tackling knitting challenges of all shapes and sizes.
Ten Timid Ghosts on a Christmas Night Jennifer O'Connell 2002 Ten timid ghosts are visited by Santa Claus and learn what Christmas feels like.
The Vanishing Pumpkin Tony Johnston 1996-08 A seven-hundred-year-old woman and an eight-hundred-year-old man question a ghoul, a rapscallion, a varmint, and a wizard in their search for a missing Halloween pumpkin.
Community Building and Early Public Relations Donnalyn Pompper 2020-12-31 From the start, women were central to a century of westward migration in the U.S. Community Building and Early Public Relations: Pioneer Women’s Role on and after the Oregon Trail offers a path forward in broadening PR's Caucasian/White male-gendered history in the U.S. Undergirded by humanist, communitarian, critical race theory, social constructionist perspectives, and a feminist communicology lens, this book analyzes U.S. pioneer women's lived experiences, drawing parallels with PR's most basic functions – relationship-building, networking, community building, boundary spanning, and advocacy. Using narrative analysis of diaries and reminiscences of women who travelled 2,000+ miles on the Oregon Trail in the mid-to-late 1800s, Pompper uncovers how these women filled roles of Caretaker/Advocate, Community Builder of Meeting Houses and Schools, served a Civilizing Function, offered Agency and Leadership, and provided Emotional Connection for Social Cohesion. Revealed also is an inevitable paradox as Caucasian/White pioneer women’s interactional qualities made them complicit as colonizers, forever altering indigenous peoples’ way of life. This book will be of interest to undergraduate and graduate PR students, PR practitioners, and researchers of PR history and social identity intersectionalities. It encourages us to expand the definition of PR to include community building, and to revise linear timeline and evolutionary models to accommodate voices of women and people of color prior to the twentieth century.
Awesome Edible Kids Crafts Arena Blake 2019-02-05 Easy, Fun and Imaginative Crafts You Can Eat Arena Blake, founder of the blog The Nerd’s Wife, shares exciting crafts that are made out of your favorite things to eat. Never before has it been more fun to play with your food! Bring out your inner sculptor with Marshmallow Playdough, and engage your artistic side with Coloring Book Cookies or Painted Rainbow Toast. Are you planning a party? Why not make Edible Taffy Balloons to decorate with, or party hats that are fun to wear and tasty to snack on? You can even transform your favorite snacks and treats into zebras, lions, giraffes and more. Each project has a difficulty rating and lets you know if you will need a grownup to help you, making it easy for you to find the perfect project to spark your creativity using safe, nontoxic (and delicious) ingredients. So whether you want to build an edible terrace, blast off into outer space or make a cool wizard wand, Awesome Edible Kids Crafts shows you just how fun it can be to combine crafting and cooking.
Learn Your Shapes The Book Company 2005-11-01 Bee and his friends learn to identify shapes while spending a day at the park.
Big Pumpkin Erica Silverman 2011-08-09 A little bat uses brains over brawn in this not-so-scary Halloween picture book. The witch has grown the biggest pumpkin ever, and now she wants to make herself a pumpkin pie for Halloween. But the pumpkin is so big she can't get it off the vine. It’s so big the ghost can’t move it, either. Neither can the vampire, nor the mummy. It looks as if there’ll be no pumpkin pie for Halloween, until along comes the bat with an idea to save the day. How can the tiny bat succeed where bigger and strong spooky creatures have failed? You'll be surprised!
Whatever Is Lovely WaterBrook 2015-12-15 "Color your way to peace and worship. We live in such a hectic world -- but what waits for you inside this cover is a way to quiet the noise, express creativity, and spend some sweet time with God. Each page features an original design from one of a dozen different artists, beautifully illustrating a contemplative quote from an inspirational writer, beloved hymn, or Scripture."--Back cover.
Llama Llama Holiday Drama Anna Dewdney 2010-10-19 Llama Llama holidays. Jingle music. Lights ablaze. How long till that special date? Llama Llama has to wait. If there's one thing Llama Llama doesn't like, it's waiting. He and Mama Llama rush around, shopping for presents, baking cookies, decorating the tree . . . but how long is it until Christmas? Will it ever come? Finally, Llama Llama just can't wait any more! It takes a cuddle from Mama Llama to remind him that "Gifts are nice, but there's another: The true gift is, we have each other."
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Cross Stitch Cute Baby Models Lesley Teare 2014-12 20 lovely designs so you can stitch a personal gift for a new baby or young child, or for its parents.
Crepe Paper Flowers Lia Griffith 2018-08-07 With 30 projects and an introduction to both crafting paper flowers and working with crepe paper, this book is full of inspiration and expert advice for beginners. If you have a Cricut Maker, you can download the templates to your machine so you can enjoy your own homemade bouquets in no time. Crepe paper is the best material for creating paper flowers, especially for beginners. It's forgiving and malleable--easy to cut, bend, curl, and shape into peony petals, daffodil trumpets, chrysanthemum blooms, and more. And if you have a Cricut Maker, you can easily cut out the shapes from templates you download for free on Lia Griffith's website using a code. Then, follow instructions for crafting the flowers to arrange and display in vases and pots and as bouquets and wreaths.
Life Cycle of a ... Pumpkin Ron Fridell 2009 This revised edition shows children how familiar plants and animals develop over their lifetimes. Illustrated with high-quality photos and illustrations, a timeline runs across the bottom of each page for quick reference.
Five Little Pumpkins Public Domain 2015-07-07 Come roll with the pumpkins and their friends as they get into some spirited fun!
Easy Pumpkin Carving Colleen Dorsey 2020-10-01 Carve the perfect Halloween masterpiece! Whether you're a first-time pumpkin carver or an experienced pro, create the best jack-o-lantern on the block with this handy guide. Impress those trick-or-treaters with clever, easy-to-carve pumpkin ideas. Easy Pumpkin Carving offers tips and tricks for fang-tastic pumpkin carving with techniques that go way beyond traditional methods. Create luminary pumpkins and etched pumpkins, combine multiple pumpkins in creative ways, or embellish pumpkins without even touching a knife. With inspirational color photos and a dozen ready-to-use pumpkin carving patterns, you're sure to have a spooktacular Halloween with this book.
Reset Your Child's Brain Victoria L. Dunckley, MD 2015-06-23 Increasing numbers of parents grapple with children who are acting out without obvious reason. Revved up and irritable, many of these children are diagnosed with ADHD, bipolar illness, autism, or other disorders but don’t respond well to treatment. They are then medicated, often with poor results and unwanted side effects. Based on emerging scientific research and extensive clinical experience, integrative child psychiatrist Dr. Victoria Dunckley has pioneered a four-week program to treat the frequent underlying cause, Electronic Screen Syndrome (ESS). Dr. Dunckley has found that everyday use of interactive screen devices — such as computers, video games, smartphones, and tablets — can easily overstimulate a child’s nervous system, triggering a variety of stubborn symptoms. In contrast, she’s discovered that a strict, extended electronic fast single-handedly improves mood, focus, sleep, and behavior, regardless of the child’s diagnosis. It also reduces the need for medication and renders other treatments more effective. Offered now in this book, this simple intervention can produce a life-changing shift in brain function and help your child get back on track — all without cost or medication. While no one in today’s connected world can completely shun electronic stimuli, Dr. Dunckley provides hope for parents who feel that their child has been misdiagnosed or inappropriately medicated, by presenting an alternative explanation for their child’s difficulties and a concrete plan for treating them.
The Pumpkin Book Gail Gibbons 2018-01-01 "Narrator Polly Collier is very good. Her strong, clear voice makes her sound much like a teacher, and I appreciated her explanation to young listeners that she would be reading the text portion of a picture book...It's a wonderful book, full of interesting trivia..." - AudioFile
Zombies Don't Eat Veggies! Jorge Lacera 2019-04-02 Mo Romero is a zombie who loves nothing more than growing, cooking, and eating vegetables. Tomatoes? Tantalizing. Peppers? Pure perfection! The problem? Mo's parents insist that their niño eat only zombie cuisine, like arm--panadas and finger foods. They tell Mo over and over that zombies don't eat veggies. But Mo can't imagine a lifetime of just eating zombie food and giving up his veggies. As he questions his own zombie identity, Mo tries his best to convince his parents to give peas a chance. Super duo Megan and Jorge Lacera make their picture--book debut with this sweet story about family, self--discovery, and the power of acceptance. It's a delectable tale that zombie and nonzombie fans alike will devour.
Folded Book Art Clare Youngs 2019-05-14 Create a fantastic world of delight with these 35 inspiring projects—all made from old books! Follow Clare Youngs' simple step-by-step projects to make a huge variety of creative book art projects. In the first chapter, Folding Books, get folding and make a beautiful bird, a sailor’s knot, and a shining star, they look impressive but are deceptively simple to make. In Chapter 2, Making Scenes, you will learn how to cut and glue splendid scenes such as tiny paper mushrooms and ferns under a glass bell jar, a fairytale castle, and a tiger in the jungle, all of which would make great gifts, or just keep and display them all yourself! Chapter 3, Refashioned Pages, has ideas for transforming the pages cut from books—make greeting cards, a botanical print lampshade, and hanging birds. All the projects have helpful step-by-step instructions and illustrations so all you need are a few old books and you are ready to start!
Pincushions & More Annie's 2018-03-05 Discover the joy of making small useful projects from your stash and gifting them to others who share your love of sewing and quilting. Pincushions & More gives you the patterns and the inspiration to create 13 unique pincushions and three needlebooks. Let your creativity run free. Templates are given on a 30 x 21 inch insert.Prairie Points tutorial also included in book.
Sticks and Stones Melissa Lennig 2019-05-07 Sticks and Stones presents a treasure trove of building and engineering ideas for children to employ in the great outdoors using the materials made readily available to them, from cabins and tipis to bridges and dams. Many smaller scale projects are included, too—such as how to make ochre paint with shale, make a fishing pole, and carve a marshmallow roasting stick. Opportunities and materials for constructive play exist everywhere in nature. Author Melissa Lennig (of the blog Fireflies and Mud Pies) introduces today’s screen-overloaded kids to this world of fun waiting just outside the door. Whether camping or hanging out in the back yard, children will marvel at the wonderful, useful tools and playthings they can create with natural objects. Sticks and Stones details various designs for the ever-popular fort (cabins, tipis, survival shelters, etc.) and also covers structures such as bridges, fences, and dams, while explaining the STEAM principles behind each. In addition to structures, there are other ideas and projects for camping and the backyard, like a fire ring (explaining the types of fires, airflow, and safety), the always useful tripod, a travois, a rock garden, and toy boats. Along the way, there are multi-leveled reading opportunities in the form of quick features on considerations like mindfulness, campfire safety, mini STEAM design challenges, and more. Sticks and Stones is an essential resource for every junior outdoor adventurer.
Paper Dandy's Horrorgami Marc Hagan-Guirey 2015-09-01 Paper Dandy's Horrorgami features 20 kirigami (cut-and-fold) designs based around haunted houses and scenes from horror films by the creator of the successful Horrorgami blog and exhibition. Each project features step-by-step instructions and a template that you remove from the book. You then follow the lines on the template, cutting and folding to make your own kirigami model. All you need is a scalpel, a cutting mat and a ruler. Clear cutting tips help you with the tricky stages and give you an order in which to complete your work, while photos of the finished model show you the final design. Suitable for folding experts and beginners alike, Paper Dandy's Horrorgami makes the perfect Halloween activity.
Horton Hears a Who! Dr. Seuss 2013-09-24 Choose kindness with Horton the elephant and the Whos of Who-ville in this 65th Anniversary Edition of Dr. Seuss's classic picture book about caring for others! The new matte finish cover and peel-off Anniversary Sticker make it a perfect gift! A person's a person, no matter how small. Everyone's favorite elephant stars in this heartwarming and timeless story for readers of all ages. In the colorful Jungle of Nool, Horton discovers something that at first seems impossible: a tiny speck of dust contains an entire miniature world--Who-ville--complete with houses and grocery stores and even a mayor! But when no one will stand up for the Whos of Who-ville, Horton uses his elephant-sized heart to save the day. This tale of compassion and determination proves that any person, big or small, can choose to speak out for what is right. This story showcases the very best of Dr. Seuss, from the moving message to the charming rhymes and imaginative illustrations. No bookshelf is complete without Horton and the Whos! Do you see what I mean? . . . They've proved they ARE persons, no matter how small. And their whole world was saved by the Smallest of All!
Extreme Pumpkins Tom Nardone 2007 A guide to pumpkin carving provides ideas and tips for designing scary and amusing jack-o-lanterns, including ingredients for such special effects as pumpkin blood, an inside-pumpkin bonfire, and caramel onions instead of apples.
Easy Paper Projects Maggy Woodley 2019-09-10 Transform Paper into Thoughtful Cards, Fun Decorations and More with Easy, Mess-Free Crafts Learn just how versatile paper can be when creating fun, colorful crafts. Whether you have plain printer paper, a rainbow array of cardstock or just a few scraps of construction paper, you’ll be able to create inventive paper crafts that require only a few materials you already have, making them a thrifty and accessible alternative to more complicated projects. So grab your paper, scissors and glue and try these fun projects: • Origami Corner Bookmarks • Tin Can Pen Pots • Paper Pendants • Llama Cards • Origami Lucky Stars Bracelets • 3-D Paper Accordion Flowers • Kite Birds • Paper Dog Puppet • Confetti Bookmarks • Leaf Wreaths • Quick Ghost Garlands • Polar Bear Ornaments A whole slew of cute, exciting projects makes it easy for you to get your craft on no matter the occasion, and they provide hours of fun all year long. With easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions and plenty of photos to guide you, you can be on your way to creating paper masterpieces in no time.
Origami Puzzles Marc Kirschenbaum 2013-02-02 Some puzzles work very well as origami models - all of these works are based on existing puzzle designs. Providing the opportunity to fold your own pieces makes the geometric relationships of the pieces more apparent, but not necessarily easier to solve. Every effort was made to have the pieces for these puzzles begin with the same sized square.
Creative Haven Autumn Scenes Coloring Book Teresa Goodridge 2017-07-18 From falling leaves and Halloween decorations to an abundant cornucopia and a festive Thanksgiving collage, 31 images to color evoke the sights, sounds, and even the smells of autumn.
Decorate Your Halloween 2016-09-27 "Our favorite coloring book company." – The Skimm From renowned illustrator Suzy Joyner returns the frightfully delightful "Decorate Your Halloween," with beautifully re-designed aesthetics, an enhanced cover and perforated pages. Features hand-drawn coloring images including jack-o-lanterns, kitty wizards, haunted houses and more, lovingly reproduced with industry-leading quality. Heavyweight, artist-grade paper provides an unmatched coloring experience and allows for experimentation with different media. Crafts included in this book include: four bats to cut out and color, four coasters, four banners, five window decorations, five pumpkin carving stencils, four masks, eight recipe cards for your Halloween goodies, three bookmarks, and four art prints.
Decorating Gourds Sue Waters 2001-01-01 Discover the wonderful art of gourd carving and produce gourd-geous results in a minimal time! Gourds grow in all shapes and sizes, and no two are alike. This book shows you how to prepare a gourd for decoration, and then lets your creativity soar! Step-by-step photos and text demonstrate several techniques you could use, including carving, woodburning, painting, staining, stenciling, and pine needle weaving. The projects covered here include vessels, a hanging potpourri, and an adorable Santa Claus. Patterns are included to get you started, and a color photo gallery displays finished projects.
Pete the Cat James Dean 2017 "Sing along with Pete the Cat in his groovy adaptation of the classic children's song "Five Little Ducks.""--Page 4 of cover.
Pete the Cat Falling for Autumn James Dean 2020-09-01 New York Times bestselling creators James and Kimberly Dean show us all the wonderful things about autumn. A great book to share with the family at Thanksgiving or anytime! Pete the Cat isn't sure about the changing of the seasons from summer to autumn. But when he discovers corn mazes, hay rides, and apple picking, Pete realizes there's so much to enjoy and be thankful for about autumn.

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