Bridesmaid dresses -- what are they good for? We've got to pay for them, wear them, and then find a spot for them in the back of the closet. Our best women friends, suddenly transformed into tasteful-white-dress-wearing brides, tell us, "You'll be able to wear this bridesmaid dress again." But we know better. 101 Uses for a Bridesmaid Dress, tongue firmly in cheek, pokes fun at the hopelessly horrible dress that a bride asks her "court" to don. These whimsical illustrations and silly suggestions, from cocktail napkins and shower curtains, to pony blankets and frilly jock straps, are a hilarious antidote to the bridesmaid dresses we'll never wear again.
Introduce your child to the world of adoption through this beautifully written and illustrated children's book. You will learn that adoption is one of many characteristics that make each child unique. This book will also lead you through the journey of a birth mother who prayerfully chooses adoption for her child and searches for a loving adoptive couple. "Some Babies Are Adopted" is the perfect book for those who want to teach their child, whether adopted or not, that adoption is a choice based on love.
Here is a unique and wonderful book for students who have mastered the basics of reading and are ready to venture forth into the world of longer stories and chapters.Ana Spotts, whose fresh and lively illustrations bring each story to life, created this book as her Senior Project at the Denver Waldorf School. She selected each story, many of which are old, traditional tales that have been told over the centuries, for its sense of the wonder and enchantment that can be found throughout the natural world. There is joy these tales that will captivate and reassure our young children that the world is alive with magic and well with goodness.This is simply a wonderful way to ignite a love of reading and nature at one and the same time!
Free Yourself! From a near death car accident and living in the medical community to living prescription free and healing. Author Cindy Walker shares with you her healing journey and shows you how to get your life back!
Edward just got his very first guitar! Join him in learning how to play as he gets ready for a performance. Edward will learn the names of each string on a guitar, what a strum is, and more! Then the book turns into a visual guide, featuring pictures from an actual guitar. Let's play some music!
Book 3 gives you everything you need to know to go from beginner to advance Locker Hooking from simple line patterns to detailed theme patterns. Included are a variety of fun projects, new techniques and ideas to enrich and inspire your creativity.
The music of Texas and the American Southwest is as diverse and distinctive as the many different groups who have lived in the region over the past several centuries,” writes Gary Hartman in his introduction to this refreshingly different look at various genres of Texas music. Roots of Texas Music celebrates the diverse sources of the music of the Lone Star State by gathering chapters by specialists on each of them—specialists whose views may not have dominated the perception of Texas music to date. Editor Lawrence Clayton conceived this project as one that would not simply repeat the common wisdom about Texas music traditions, but rather would offer new perspectives. He therefore called...
A lavishly illustrated collection of forty-two profiles of Texas music pioneers, most underrated or overlooked, All Over the Map: True Heroes of Texas Music covers the musical landscape of a most musical state. The first edition was published in 2005 to wide acclaim. This second edition includes updated information, a bonus section of six behind-the-scenes heroes, and fifteen new portraits of Lefty Frizzell, Janis Joplin, and others, spanning such diverse styles as blues, country, hip-hop, conjunto, gospel, rock, and jazz. D.J. Stout and Pentagram designed the reborn edition, with photographer Scott Newton providing portraits. Michael Corcoran has been writing about Texas music for more than thirty years, for the Dallas Morning News and Austin American Statesman, as well as in such publications as Texas Monthly and Spin. These pieces are based on his personal interviews with their subjects as well as in-depth research. Expertly written with flair, the book is a musical waltz across Texas.