Educational books

Do not share lunch, books, staggered entry and exit among DDMA guidelines for school reopening on November 1

Not sharing lunch and books, staggered entry and exit at different points, compulsory masks and restricted entry for visitors are among the guidelines announced by the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) for the reopening of schools and colleges for all classes from November 1st. The DDMA had authorized at the …

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15 best books by Native American authors of 2021

Daniel GrizeljGetty Images Like any cultural perspective, the Native American experience is not a monolith, nor is the literature written by Native authors. Even the appropriate terminology may differ depending on individual experience. While many refer to Aboriginal people as Native Americans, the National Museum of the American Indians note …

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Three LGTBQ books with sexually explicit material from the Waukee school

Editor’s Note: This article is not suitable for young readers. WAUKEE, Iowa – Waukee community schools said they released three LGBTQ-themed books – Not all boys are blue, Lawn boy, and Homosexual gender – Northwest High School Library for review after receiving complaints about sexually explicit content, Axios Des Moines …

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NPA distributes books and educational materials to schools in Lagos | The Guardian Nigeria News

The management of the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), Tin Can Island Port (TCIP), distributed textbooks, notebooks and other writing materials to students of 10 secondary schools in Ajegunle and Apapa regions in Lagos State. Port Manager, TCIP, Ibrahim Yunusa Anji, speaking to students at Alakoto Secondary School, Tolu Complex, expressed …

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Cowra Library lends a helping hand to Books for the Outback | Cowra Guardian

For many Cowra residents, it’s easy to take a visit to the local library for granted. However, for those who live in remote areas of New South Wales and South Australia, that’s a whole different story. The Cowra Library has partnered with Books for the Outback as a donation drop-off …

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Higher Ground Books & Media Releases “Quavers’ Wish” by Sarah Brady

Springfield, OH, October 24, 2021 – (PR.com) – Now available on Kindle and for paperback pre-order. In “Quavers’ Wish”, a shy duckling named Quavers was born without a right wing. Not having a right wing, Quavers has difficulty following the other ducklings. Croches wish they could soon be like other …

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Who reads books in English in Nepal?

This question struck me at various points in literary, academic and political discussions for nearly half a century. The answer to this question is not as simple as you might expect for a variety of reasons. Whatever the answer, this question brings up some topics of cultural, literary, educational, intercultural …

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The Best Identity Management Books on Amazon

Solutions Review participates in affiliate programs. We may make a small commission from products purchased through this resource. Solutions Review finds the best books for identity management available on Amazon right now. You must add them to your collection today. Security companies can use many valuable resources to improve and …

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For a couple in Surrey, a self-publishing summer of two children’s books – a 17 year old in the works – Peace Arch News

In the summer of 2021, a couple from Surrey set out to create two children’s books. Author Daniel H. Lee and his wife, illustrator Yoon Kyong Lee, self-published “Lonk the Loooong Giraffe” and also “Rupert and his unusually useful briefcase.” Both aimed at school-aged students, the books are sold on …

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Interactive Children’s Books Market To Raise USD 590.23 Million | Using Interactive Books For Early Literacy To Drive Market Growth | 17,000+ Technavio reports

Key market dynamics: Market engine Market challenges The use of interactive books for early literacy and the growing popularity of e-books are some of the major drivers of the market. However, factors such as digital addiction will challenge the growth of the market. Find out more about the main drivers, …

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Take responsibility for self-prescribed books – Department of Education issues guidelines for schools

Representative image. | A school in New Delhi. | Photo: ANI Text size: A- A + New Delhi: In a directive issued to schools across India earlier this month, the Ministry of Education (MoE) asked schools to take responsibility for the textbooks they introduced into the curriculum, and which are …

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St. Louis Public Library: 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten

October 18, 2021 Welcome to 1000 Books Before Kindergarten! This program encourages caregivers and their children to read 1,000 books before the child enters kindergarten, giving the child a good start in their educational journey. Get up, get up A picture book adaptation of one of Bob Marley’s songs, written …

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DVAC hires former TN health minister C. Vijayabaskar in disproportionate assets case

: Officials from the Vigilance and Anti-Corruption Directorate (DVAC) launched mock searches at the home of former Minister of Health C. Vijayabaskar and his relatives in Pudukottai and other places of the state on Monday, October 18, 2021 after having counted a disproportionate case against him and his wife. Mr. …

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One for the “Record” books | Music

Made for Dance explores the mid-century vinyl era and how it shaped American culture By Craig Manning | October 16, 2021 Let’s dance. This is the invitation that authors Janet Borgerson and Jonathan Schroeder extend to readers with their new book, titled Made for Dance: How Mid-Century Records Taught America …

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25 best coffee table books of 2021

Robert nicolasGetty Images Nothing says “I read and worry about the decoration “like a nice stack of coffee table books in your living space. But just like their owners, the best coffee table books are more than just a pretty face. In order to stack up (pun intended), they must …

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Books for Schools 2021 program launched in Norfolk

A device that energizes school libraries with tokens is making a comeback this weekend. Our Books for Schools initiative returns on Saturday October 16, in partnership with Enjoy Books More. It will see families and communities collecting tokens printed in the Eastern Daily Press and the Norwich Evening News, saving …

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Two powerful books on oppression and healing

In this postmodern global era, there is still so much to say, discuss and unbox on the subject of anti-Black and trauma. We find ourselves in a time when many, especially whites and colonialized cultures, do not fully recognize that the root of oppression and design in many countries is …

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Junction City High Senior Brysen Taylor has already written 5 books

JUNCTION CITY (WIBW) – Junction City High School, author and good-natured Brysen Taylor’s passion for writing began in his early years, when he finished his first short story in kindergarten. Taylor continued to light and strengthen the fire for writing within him, starting his first full-fledged book in fifth grade. …

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Asiainfo Technologies: Book Donation to Luozhentian Primary School

AsiaInfo donated books to Luozhentian Primary School 2021-09-23AsiaInfo On September 19, 2021, the book donation ceremony was held at Luozhentian Primary School in Tunpu County, Enshi Town. During the ceremony, CSISIN, on behalf of AsiaInfo and 9 other companies awarded the “2020 Corporate Social Responsibility Award of Software and Information …

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When schools in Texas ban books from school libraries, is it doing more harm than good?

Texas schools are once again making national headlines, this time after a decision by officials at Katy’s Independent School District to pull a book off its shelves and cancel an address with the author of the novel on claims that the content of the work promoted critical race theory and …

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NC Lt Gov Robinson Shows Books On Video After LGBTQ Comments

North Carolina Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson has said he “won’t back down” after being convicted nationally for calling “transgender” and homosexuality “filth.” In a video post on Saturday, Robinson blamed “the media and those on the left” for trying to “change the focus of education on the LGBTQ community – …

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WORLD MENTAL HEALTH DAY: Mental health issues in books for young adults

October 10, marked as World Mental Health Day, we aim to raise awareness about mental health issues – a conversation that sadly is always on tiptoe as there is a veil of stigma around it. However, young adult books have recently done an exceptionally valuable job in incorporating mental health …

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Health picture books teach and represent Latino and Indigenous readers

It was after school conversation time for a group of young girls at Greenfield’s Vineyard Greentown Home. They sat down, cheered and gathered around Dr Joshua Deutsch, a local family doctor at Me Memorial Hospital. He read books to children for the first time. These are not your typical children’s …

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The best books for veterans: veterans of all branches of the …

(MENAFN- PR Urgent) Among historical fiction readers who enjoy the action and planes of WWII, author Tom Burkhalter has earned a reputation for realism that goes far beyond the ordinary. He has an unearthly knack for stepping readers back in time, placing them squarely in the center of the action. …

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Children’s books for all ages that celebrate Black History Month in October

Black History Month takes place throughout the month of October and there are many ways to celebrate and use the event as an educational experience for children. No matter how old your little one is, it’s never too early to start learning the importance of Black History Month, and a …

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Lynnfield Public Library: Non-Fiction Books to Celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day

Samantha Totman and Alex LambrightOn Monday 08 October 2021 by Samantha Totman and Alex Lambright Monday, October 11, 2021 is Indigenous Peoples Day. To celebrate not only the history but also the current experience of Indigenous peoples in the United States, we have put together a list of non-fiction titles …

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Hundreds of students ask Fairfax schools to return LGBTQ-themed books to libraries

The Republican who seeks to overthrow the state of Virginia, Del. Karrie Delaney (County of D-Fairfax), challenged her on social media for supporting a law banning so-called conversion therapy for minors and efforts to protect transgender students from bullying and harassment . Bob Frizzelle tweeted a video on Sept. 28 …

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Dr. Ezella McPherson launches two books on college student success

Enter Wall Street with StreetInsider Premium. Claim your 1-week free trial here. DETROIT, Oct 08, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Dr. Ezella McPherson, Founder of Dr. McPherson Coaching, LLC, is delighted to announce the launch of her new book, “Dream On !: Supporting and Graduating African American Girls and Women in …

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PLBC condemns book bans at the start of National Forbidden Book Week

PHOTO ABOVE: Pennsylvania State Representative Donna Bullock (Photo / Pa. House) HARRISBURG, Pa .– State Representative and President of the Pennsylvania Legislative Black Caucus Donna Bullock (D-195th Dist.) Were joined today by members of the PLBC, LGBTQ + Caucus, Latino Caucus and the equity committee to denounce the ban on …

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LGBTQ + group denounces efforts to ban 2 books from school libraries

FAIRFAX, VA – A group representing more than 425 LGBTQIA students from more than 30 schools sent a letter Thursday to the Fairfax County School Board calling on its members to reject efforts by some parents to remove two books from school libraries. The two books in question – “Gender …

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New librarian has always been interested in books | New

MONTICELLO – Sherry Waldrep’s experience in libraries goes back some time. “When I was in high school, I worked in the library. It was a small job I had while working for the high school library. They would open the high school and elementary library for the summer. I even …

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Texas School District withdraws books from acclaimed black author amid critical claims about race theory

A school district nearby Houston canceled the appearance from an award-winning children’s illustrator and author, whose books tell stories about black children struggling to fit into unfamiliar environments, amid the assertions of critical race theory. Writer Jerry Craft was scheduled to appear before students and staff at Roosevelt Alexander Elementary …

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