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Why You Are Special by Samuel W. Bulls
I wrote this book Why You Are Special With the hope, of helping any person around the world that Realizes he or she has a Burden of shame, or guilt, or sadness, or depression, of some evil, hate, or violent suffering that he or she has gone through! I believe that If I can show you how special you are as a human being, you would be able to override any feelings of pain that you have suffered from any of these acts of evil, hate, or violent sufferings! Its purpose is to console and comfort you and to make you feel good about yourself! I can tell you this, that if you read this book and you act upon what it says; you will feel good about yourself and live a more Beautiful and Wonderful Life!
Why You Are So Special by Renae Rodriguez
Everyone is special. Everyone is unique. Be encouraged and uplifted, along with your entire family, as you read about how much God loves you.
You Are Special by Fred Rogers
The beloved host of PBS’s Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, subject of the acclaimed documentary Won’t You Be My Neighbor? and the forthcoming biopic A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood starring Tom Hanks, offers warm words of advice and encouragement, along with reflections on his own childhood For more than fifty years, Fred Rogers and his enchanting neighborhood have educated, comforted, and influenced millions of people, both young and young at heart. Organized by themes—relationships, childhood, communication, parenthood, and more—this touching collection gathers his signature sayings and wise thoughts, all of which he enriches with his own memories of being a child and growing up. His ability to understand all kinds of people will inspire viewers past and present, and his straightforward, compassionate guidance will help show you how to get the most from life.
You Are Special Too by Josie Santomauro
'My brother gets extra help from a special teacher. He has temper tantrums when he is angry and sometimes finds it hard to pay attention. He has even been to a special school to learn how to behave appropriately in class. He might be a little different from others in some ways ... but my brother is NOT STUPID!' This book offers a fun and accessible introduction for the sibling of a child diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome (AS). Intended as a support tool in the initial period after diagnosis, You Are Special Too is varied and engaging, and addresses questions or concerns that the child might have, such as 'What's wrong with my brother?', 'Why has my sister got Asperger', and 'What about me?'. Also included are poems, stories, illustration and activities to help them come to terms with and move forward from a sibling's diagnosis of AS. You Are Special Too will be essential reading for children in the initial period after a sibling's diagnosis of AS.
Who We Are And Why We Are Special by Regina M. Kupecky
We each have our own unique life story which make us special. When you are adopted you have an extra layer of identity – your birth family. This therapeutic workbook is designed to be used with adopted children aged 5-11, and offers a gentle way to explore this difficult subject.
Early Bird Special And 174 Other Signs That You Have Become A Senior Citizen by Mike; Jeanne Piedmonte
Wouldn't you like to know if you've become a Senior Citizen? Wouldn't your spouse or your children like to know if you've become one? Wouldn't they like to know if they've become seniors? Just what are the signs that cause men and women to one day have to take a deep breath and admit, "I've become a Senior Citizen." When looking for the answer, disregard the AARP cards and senior discounts. And also the Social Security checks and Medicare payments as being the only criteria. Becoming a Senior Citizen is not just the attainment of an arbitrary age. It's also the result of an individual's mind-set. Here, then, are 175 signs and 36 essays (some hilarious, some nostalgic, and some bittersweet) that will help you see if you've become a bona fide member of the fastest growing segment of American society.
I Am Fearfully And Wonderfully Made by Yvonne Carson
This short but powerful book contains original poems and biblical affirmations from the Word of God to help build the Christian woman's self esteem, increase her faith, and increase her inner strength.
The Special Prisoner by Jim Lehrer
Following the enormous success of his two bestselling previous novels, White Widow and Purple Dots, Jim Lehrer takes on a new and controversial subject in this ambitious story about an American soldier who, many years after the fact, is forced to relive his harrowing experience in the Second World War. The Special Prisoner takes its title from the designation the Japanese government gave U.S. airmen held prisoner during World War II—an indication of the severity with which these foreign devils responsible for bombing Japanese cities were to be treated. John Quincy Watson was a skilled young pilot flying B-29s over Japan when he was shot down and taken prisoner in 1945. Fifty years later, now a prominent religious figure nearing retirement, Bishop Watson believes he has long since overcome the excruciating memories of his months as a POW. But a chance sighting of the now equally elderly Japanese officer who repeatedly tortured him instantly transports the Bishop back to that unendurable time, and he finds himself overwhelmed by an un-controllable desire for vengeance. The result for Watson is both a vivid return to the horrors of his past and the triggering of a new series of events that are also horrific—and tragic. Engaging and emotionally poignant, The Special Prisoner delves into the complicated issue of war guilt and forgiveness, starkly portrayed in the characters of an officer from a country that refuses to admit any wrongdoing and a clergyman who is committed to a belief that to forgive is divine. This is new and controversial territory for Lehrer, and he treats it with passion and respect, while writing in the highly readable, engaging style that is his trademark. This fascinating story of what's fair in war—and what's fair afterward—is a dramatic new novel from the veteran Washington author and newscaster. BONUS: This edition contains an excerpt from Jim Lehrer's Tension City.
Spiritual Healing For Children In Foster Care by Ruby Judah
This childrens book is a motivational and spiritual book for children and teenagers. It was written to help inspire and heal the children that come from the dysfunctional juvenile dependency court and family court systems in the United States of America. This system hurts both dysfunctional families and non-dysfunctional families. While there is real child abuse going on within families, there are also families that are falsely accused of breaking child abuse laws. It is no wonder state and federal judges have stated, our youth is out of control in this country, and it is chilling. If our society does not do something to help these children and families, we will lose the battle with our children. Spiritual Healing for Children in Foster Care seeks to help those children that are feeling lost, alone, isolated, abandoned, and frightened. They may be feeling different from other children when they are not, or feeling suicidal because they feel like nobody cares about them. Author Ruby Judah wants these children to know that they are loved and cared about. This book was also written to help children heal from their past hurts, to help them feel loved, and to give them inspiration, motivation, and a healthy outlook on life. They dont have to live in darkness; they can live with the light shining in their lives. They can be the light of the world and shine brightly like stars.
Enduring Issues In Special Education by Barbara Bateman
Enduring Issues in Special Education is aimed at any course in the undergraduate or graduate special education curriculum that is wholly or partly devoted to a critical examination of current issues in special education. The book organizes 28 chapters into seven sections using familiar structuring principles—what, who, where, how, when, why, and whither. Each section begins with an introduction that provides historical, legal, and theoretical background information and organizing commentary for the chapters that follow. The book’s objective, in addition to informing readers about the issues, is to develop critical thinking skills in the context of special education. Key features include the following: Dialectic Format – Each of the 28 chapters presents compelling reasons for addressing the issue at hand and specific ways to do so. Because each issue is written from different perspectives and focuses on a variety of aspects, readers are encouraged to weigh the arguments, seek additional information, and come up with synthesized positions of their own. Organizing Framework – The book’s seven sections have been arranged according to a scheme that is the essence of most investigative reporting and provides a coherent, easy-to-understand framework for readers. Expertise – All chapters are written by leading scholars who are highly regarded experts in their fields and conclude with suggested readings and discussion questions for additional study.