Personalized Reading

Author: Nancy Hobbs
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 9781598845228
Format: PDF, Docs
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This guidebook provides teachers and librarians with methods for collaboratively teaching elementary students to select books they will enjoy and which will further their personal growth and information literacy. * Includes collaborative lesson plans for teachers and librarians to use together * Provides popular recommended reading lists arranged by genre * Supplies valuable additional materials such as handouts and parent letters

Making Piece

Author: Beth M. Howard
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 1459225740
Format: PDF, ePub
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"You will find my story is a lot like pie, a strawberry-rhubarb pie. It's bitter. It's messy. It's got some sweetness, too. Sometimes the ingredients get added in the wrong order, but it has substance, it will warm your insides, and even though it isn't perfect, it still turns out okay in the end." When journalist Beth M. Howard's young husband dies suddenly, she packs up the RV he left behind and hits the American highways. At every stop along the way—whether filming a documentary or handing out free slices on the streets of Los Angeles—Beth uses pie as a way to find purpose. Howard eventually returns to her Iowa roots and creates the perfect synergy between two of America's greatest icons—pie and the American Gothic House, the little farmhouse immortalized in Grant Wood's famous painting, where she now lives and runs the Pitchfork Pie Stand. Making Piece powerfully shows how one courageous woman triumphs over tragedy. This beautifully written memoir is, ultimately, about hope. It's about the journey of healing and recovery, of facing fears, finding meaning in life again, and moving forward with purpose and, eventually, joy. It's about the nourishment of the heart and soul that comes from the simple act of giving to others, like baking a homemade pie and sharing it with someone whose pain is even greater than your own. And it tells of the role of fate, second chances and the strength found in community.

Pecan Pie Baby

Author: Jacqueline Woodson
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0147511283
Format: PDF, ePub
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When Mama's pregnancy draws attention away from Gia, she worries that the special bond they share will disappear forever once the baby is born, in a heartwarming story for kids adjusting to the idea of a new family member.

Enemy Pie

Author: Derek Munson
Publisher: Chronicle Books
ISBN: 9780811827782
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Hoping that the enemy pie which his father makes will help him get rid of his enemy Jeremy Ross, a little boy finds that instead it helps make a new friend. By the illustrator of Odd Velvet. Jr Lib Guild.

Art of the Pie A Practical Guide to Homemade Crusts Fillings and Life

Author: Kate McDermott
Publisher: The Countryman Press
ISBN: 1581575750
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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One of 2016’s BEST COOKBOOKS*, THE Pie-Baking Bible**, an INSTANT CLASSIC***, with raves from NPR,, USA Today, Bon Appetit, Cosmopolitan, Outlander Kitchen, and more “A new baking bible.” (*Wall Street Journal) “If there’s such a thing as a pie guru, it’s Kate McDermott.” (*Sunset Magazine) “The next best thing to taking one of her classes.”(*The Washington Post) “Gorgeous…a dream of a cookbook.” (*Eat Your Books) “Heartwarming and funny…an instructive debut.” (*Library Journal) “Utterly exquisite, will steal your heart. RUN, don’t walk, to order your copy. (**The Blender Girl) “Not just on crusts and fillings but life itself. A keeper.” (***Atlanta Journal-Constitution) "Whether you’re a seasoned pie hand or a beginner with more enthusiasm than skill, Kate’s got you covered.” (Dorie Greenspan) “One of the best books written on the topic.” (Publishers Weekly) Kate McDermott, who learned to make pie from her Iowa grandmother, has taught the time-honored craft of pie-making to thousands of people. Here she shares her secrets to great crusts (including gluten-free options), fabulous fillings, and to living a good life. This is the only PIE cookbook you need.

Pie Every Day

Author: Pat Willard
Publisher: Algonquin Books
ISBN: 1565128133
Format: PDF, Kindle
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PIE EVERY DAY will convince even beginning cooks that, with very little fuss or trouble, delicious, filling, nutritious pies can indeed be offered up at the family table every day. Includes a comprehensive chapter on crust-making. "Witty . . . beautiful, as sweet as you know what, I ate it up."--The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. A BOOK-OF-THE-MONTH CLUB, GOOD COOK CLUB, AND CONTRY HOMES AND GARDENS selection.

Pieces of Pie

Author: Pie Dumas
Publisher: Skye's the Limit Pubications, LLC
ISBN: 9780976560807
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Action-packed stories filled with glamour, seduction and suspense... and then, deeply courageous accounts of recovery and personal growth. On one level, Pieces of Pie tells a raw and candid story of Pie's inner struggle with the bewildering implications of childhood incest. On another level, it is a richly detailed travelogue and adventure story, which takes the reader... from a drab inner office in Ohio where young Pie was forced by her father into years of child labor... to the carnival circuit, where she lugs her father's merchandise display cases... to seedy, brutal underworld encounters, affairs with black men, fashionable life in a swank Central Park apartment, and a private audience with the king of Thailand.If fact sometimes reads like fiction, it's only because Pie's impetuous nature and her Armenian father's magnetic influence steer her into situations where few upper-middle-class girls would venture. The notorious George Dumas is alternately diabolic and appealing. Yet, the book's most powerful character may be the abuse itself. Even as it remains entirely repressed in young Pie's consciousness, and therefore invisible in her daily life, incest remains a potent, dark presence underlying every one of her actions and experiences. Ultimately, this is a tale of self-discovery, of a renewal of spirit, and of a full life that only really begins as the last page is turned.

Treating Obesity with Personalized Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Author: Riccardo Dalle Grave
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319914979
Format: PDF, ePub
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This book describes a novel therapy for obesity that associates the traditional procedures of weight-loss lifestyle modification with specific, individualized cognitive behavioral procedures to address some obstacles that have been indicated by recent research to influence weight loss and maintenance. The Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Obesity (CBT-OB) can be used to treat all classes of obesity, including patients with severe comorbidities and disability associated with obesity, who are not usually included in traditional weight-loss lifestyle modification treatments. The book describes the treatment program in detail, and with numerous clinical vignettes. It also discusses involving significant others in the change process and adapting the CBT-OB for patients with severe obesity, binge-eating disorder, medical and psychiatric comorbidity, and treated with weight-loss drugs or bariatric surgery. Lastly, a chapter is dedicated to the use of digital technology with CBT-OB in order to help patients monitor their food intake and physical activity and to addressing obstacles in real time. Thanks to the description of how to apply the latest, evidence-based CBT-OB to real world settings, this volume is a valuable useful tool for all specialists - endocrinologists, nutritionists, dietitians, psychologists, psychiatrists - who deal with obesity and eating disorders.