Guitar War Child Hero

Guitar War Child Hero PDF Author: Martin Avery
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 0557539749
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Languages : en
Pages : 126

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An issue-oriented, contemporary story exploring a universal theme, with a compelling, unified plot and strong, sympathetic protagonists, well-researched, dealing with important historical subjects.

Football Manager Stole My Life

Football Manager Stole My Life PDF Author: Iain Macintosh
Publisher: BackPage Press
ISBN: 0956497179
Category : Computer games
Languages : en
Pages : 224

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Football Manager stole my life reveals the cult behind a computer game that, since its debut in 1992, has sold 20m copies and become a part of football culture.

The Indigo Kid

The Indigo Kid PDF Author: Martin Avery
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 0557657571
Category :
Languages : en
Pages : 150

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A novel about a father and son reunion. The son was raised by two women. One of the women became a man. The father went away for a decade to study New Age healing and Zen, and returned when the boy was just about ready for high school. They spend an amazing, incredible, healing summer together in Canada.

Eat More, Pray More, Love More

Eat More, Pray More, Love More PDF Author: Martin Avery
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 055765744X
Category :
Languages : en
Pages : 152

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One man's journey across the heartland of Canada, from Georgian Bay to the Zen Forest, in search of healing. He travels through Muskoka and the Kawarthas, interviews a Zen Master and a New Age guru, gets the Oneness Blessing, and finds a short-cut to enlightenment.

Mo And Me: I Challenge Mo Yan To A Novel Marathon

Mo And Me: I Challenge Mo Yan To A Novel Marathon PDF Author: Martin Avery
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1312160519
Category : Fiction
Languages : en
Pages : 104

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Canadian author Martin Avery, living in China, challenges Nobel Prize winning Chinese author Mo Yan to a novel marathon!

How to Die Laughing: A Short-Cut to Enlightenment (Through the Zen Forest)

How to Die Laughing: A Short-Cut to Enlightenment (Through the Zen Forest) PDF Author: Martin Avery
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 0557628369
Category :
Languages : en
Pages : 91

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The true story about meetings with a Zen Buddhist monk and Zen master who wanted to write a book about a short-cut to enlightenment in the Zen Forest and what happened right after.

Unsung Heroes of Rock Guitar

Unsung Heroes of Rock Guitar PDF Author: Sterling C. Whitaker
Publisher: Booksurge
ISBN: 9781591097587
Category : Biography & Autobiography
Languages : en
Pages : 300

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'Unsung Heroes of Rock Guitar' is a collection of in-depth Q&A interviews with fifteen of rock music's greatest, most under-rated guitarists. Many of these musicians have achieved worldwide success in the music business as members of famous bands, yet their individual names and faces often go unrecognized. 'Unsung Heroes of Rock Guitar' goes behind the scenes of some of the greatest classic rock music of all time to tell the true stories of bands like Kiss, Bachman Turner Overdrive, Jethro Tull, Kansas, Heart and Yes, from the perspective of the people who lived to tell it all.

Guitar Hero Series

Guitar Hero Series PDF Author:
Publisher: PediaPress
ISBN:
Category :
Languages : en
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Egypt Today

Egypt Today PDF Author:
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Category : Egypt
Languages : en
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How Black and Working Class Children Are Deprived of Basic Education in Canada

How Black and Working Class Children Are Deprived of Basic Education in Canada PDF Author: Bairu Sium
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9462095930
Category : Education
Languages : en
Pages : 180

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This book is the culmination of twenty-four years of research. It explores the thematic intersections of race, class, immigration, and the potential of building student-centered classrooms. Of course, the building of a truly student-centered is itself a slow and contested process. Over the years, progressive changes towards more inclusive education made by some governments were dismantled by others, and have left disadvantaged children where they were before the study was launched. In the meantime, the system has perfected the process of streaming minority children to dead-end courses that betray the social and economic mobility advertised to them. This book examines the moments and positions of educational betrayal in which racialized and working class students disproportionately find themselves. For many, at that point the only option is to drop out of school and engage in the drug trade or other lifestyles that put them at further risk. This is a longitudinal study of a kind with respect to reform and changes retained in education. It started with eight months observation of a split level grade five and six classroom in September 1986. That was instrumental in identifying the uphill battle that black, working class and new immigrant children and their parents were facing to secure the education they deserved. Through continued reviews, observation and follow up interviews change or lack of it was traced. The results call for urgent overhaul of the way education is provided to all children. The book ends with suggestions to effect change.