The Merry go round

The Merry go round

Nick, Kate and James are having a ride on the merry-go-round.

Author: Beverley Randell

Publisher: Nelson Thornes

ISBN: 1869555422

Category: Beginner reader

Page: 16

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Nick, Kate and James are having a ride on the merry-go-round.
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The Merry go round in the Sea

The Merry go round in the Sea

In 1941, Rob Coram is six.

Author: Randolph Stow

Publisher: Penguin Books

ISBN: 0143570684

Category: Australian fiction

Page: 378

View: 493

In 1941, Rob Coram is six. The war feels far removed from his world of aunties and cousins and the beautiful, dry landscape of Geraldton in Western Australia. But when his favourite, older cousin, Rick, leaves to join the army, the war takes a step closer. When Rick returns from the war several years later, he has changed and Rob feels betrayed. The old merry-go-round that represents Rob's dream of utopia (the security of his family and of the land that is his home) begins to disintegrate before his eyes.
Categories: Australian fiction

Danny and the Merry Go Round

Danny and the Merry Go Round

Danny, who has cerebral palsy, is faced with another frustrating day at the playground watching the other children play, until a friendly gesture from another kid gives him an unexpected adventure and helps him feel better about himself.

Author: Nan Holcomb

Publisher: Jason & Nordic Publishers

ISBN: 0944727115

Category: Cerebral palsy

Page: 32

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Danny, who has cerebral palsy, is faced with another frustrating day at the playground watching the other children play, until a friendly gesture from another kid gives him an unexpected adventure and helps him feel better about himself.
Categories: Cerebral palsy

The Merry go round

The Merry go round

Example in this ebook CHAPTER I All her life Miss Elizabeth Dwarris had been a sore trial to her relations.

Author: William Somerset Maugham

Publisher: NEW YORK DOUBLEDAY, PAGE & COMPANY

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Page: 22

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Example in this ebook CHAPTER I All her life Miss Elizabeth Dwarris had been a sore trial to her relations. A woman of means, she ruled tyrannously over a large number of impecunious cousins, using her bank-balance like the scorpions of Rehoboam to chastise them, and, like many another pious creature, for their soul’s good making all and sundry excessively miserable. Nurtured in the evangelical ways current in her youth, she insisted that her connections should seek salvation according to her own lights; and, with harsh tongue and with bitter gibe, made it her constant business to persuade them of their extreme unworthiness. She arranged lives as she thought fit, and ventured not only to order the costume and habits, but even the inner thought of those about her: the Last Judgment could have no terrors for any that had faced her searching examination. She invited to stay with her in succession various poor ladies who presumed on a distant tie to call her Aunt Eliza, and they accepted her summons, more imperious than a royal command, with gratitude by no means unmixed with fear, bearing the servitude meekly as a cross which in the future would meet due testamentary reward. Miss Dwarris loved to feel her power. During these long visits—for, in a way, the old lady was very hospitable—she made it her especial object to break the spirit of her guests; and it entertained her hugely to see the mildness with which were borne her extravagant demands, the humility with which every inclination was crushed. She took a malicious pleasure in publicly affronting persons, ostensibly to bend a sinful pride, or in obliging them to do things which they particularly disliked. With a singular quickness for discovering the points on which they were most sensitive, she attacked every weakness with blind invective till the sufferer writhed before her, raw and bleeding: no defect, physical or mental, was protected from her raillery, and she could pardon as little an excess of avoirdupois as a want of memory. Yet, with all her heart, she despised her victims, she flung in their face insolently their mercenary spirit, vowing that she would never leave a penny to such a pack of weak fools; it delighted her to ask for advice in the distribution of her property among charitable societies, and she heard, with unconcealed hilarity, their unwilling and confused suggestions. With one of her relations only, Miss Dwarris found it needful to observe a certain restraint, for Miss Ley, perhaps the most distant of her cousins, was as plain-spoken as herself, and had, besides, a far keener wit whereby she could turn rash statements to the utter ridicule of the speaker. Nor did Miss Dwarris precisely dislike this independent spirit; she looked upon her in fact with a certain degree of affection and not a little fear. Miss Ley, seldom lacking a repartee, appeared really to enjoy the verbal contests, from which, by her greater urbanity, readiness, and knowledge, she usually emerged victorious: it confounded, but at the same time almost amused, the elder lady that a woman so much poorer than herself, with no smaller claims than others to the coveted inheritance, should venture not only to be facetious at her expense, but even to carry war into her very camp. Miss Ley, really not grieved to find some one to whom without prickings of conscience she could speak her whole mind, took a grim pleasure in pointing out to her cousin the poor logic of her observations or the foolish unreason of her acts. No cherished opinion of Miss Dwarris was safe from satire—even her evangelicism was laughed at, and the rich old woman, unused to argument, was easily driven into self-contradiction; and then—for the victor took no pains to conceal her triumph—she grew pale and speechless with rage. To be continue in this ebook
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The New Merry go round

The New Merry go round

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Getting Off the Merry Go Round of Compulsive Behaviors

Getting Off the Merry Go Round of Compulsive Behaviors

This easily readable book makes an excellent adjunct to insight-oriented psychotherapy."Kathleen B. Unger, M.D.Northern California Psychiatric Physician"Perez is at her best in translating complex material into reader-friendly terms.

Author: Carlos Perez

Publisher: Wellness Institute, Inc.

ISBN: 1587411180

Category: Self-Help

Page: 296

View: 466

Getting Off The Merry-Go-Round Of Compulsive BehaviorsThe Merry-go-round can consist of alcohol, drugs, cigarettes, overeating, overspending, dead-end relationships, obsessive sex, driven work, or any number of compulsive behaviors can range from merely bothersome to life threatening. Regardless of the compulsive patterns all such behavior can deflect your energy and rob you of genuine happiness. Getting Off The Merry-Go-Round Of Compulsive Behaviors provides clear, simple advice for ridding yourself of compulsive behaviors. Psychiatrist-author Carla Perez shares her own personal experience with compulsive behaviors as well as with numerous patients she has helped eliminate their compulsive behaviors...".a new approach...achievable solutions and supportive advice."Patricia HoltSan Francisco Chronicle..".highly pragmatic self-help volume. This easily readable book makes an excellent adjunct to insight-oriented psychotherapy."Kathleen B. Unger, M.D.Northern California Psychiatric Physician"Perez is at her best in translating complex material into reader-friendly terms. Please reward yourself by reading this book."John BradshawAuthor, Bradshaw On: The FamilyAbout The AuthorCarla Perez, M.D. has practiced psychiatry since 1971. She went into radio in 1980 and is now a regular consultant on radio and television appearing on "Oprah," "Donahue," "Today," and "Good Morning America. Mother of four, she lives and practices in San Francisco.
Categories: Self-Help

The Medical Merry go round

The Medical Merry go round

First Published in 1980. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Author: Morton Glasser

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 0913178543

Category: Medical

Page: 167

View: 115

First Published in 1980. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Categories: Medical

More Merry go round

More Merry go round

Sequel to Washington Merry-Go-Round, an anonomously published collection of gossip-ridden news items concerning key figures in public service.

Author: Robert Sharon Allen

Publisher: New York, Liveright, Incorporated

ISBN: UVA:X000548052

Category: Statesmen

Page: 474

View: 703

Sequel to Washington Merry-Go-Round, an anonomously published collection of gossip-ridden news items concerning key figures in public service.
Categories: Statesmen

Merry Go Round

Merry Go Round

During a holiday with Auntie Dumpling, Uncle Plod, and Mr. Brainy, Katie shows them how to put a little variety in their lives.

Author: Helme Heine

Publisher: Barrons Juveniles

ISBN: 0812053931

Category: Holidays

Page: 26

View: 634

During a holiday with Auntie Dumpling, Uncle Plod, and Mr. Brainy, Katie shows them how to put a little variety in their lives.
Categories: Holidays

Up and Down on the Merry Go Round

Up and Down on the Merry Go Round

In this rhyming story, children describe the sights and sounds of riding on the merry-go-round.

Author: Bill Martin, Jr.

Publisher: Macmillan

ISBN: 9780805016383

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

View: 400

Depicts in words and pictures the unforgettable childhood thrill of riding on an old-fashioned merry-go-round.
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

The Wizard of Oz and the Magic Merry go round

The Wizard of Oz and the Magic Merry go round

Astrid and Tyler take a magical ride on an old merry-go-round, the same merry-go-round that their parents rode on many years ago.

Author: Roger S. Baum

Publisher: The Overmountain Press

ISBN: 1570722455

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

View: 449

Astrid and Tyler take a magical ride on an old merry-go-round, the same merry-go-round that their parents rode on many years ago.
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

Merry go round

Merry go round

Author: Gladys Adelina Lewis

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105047923433

Category: Vienna (Austria)

Page: 319

View: 696

Categories: Vienna (Austria)

The Debt Collecting Merry Go Round

The Debt Collecting Merry Go Round

In many cases, threats are issued and the person on the receiving end doesn't know how to stand up to these tactics and assert their rights. This book spells out those rights in a very clear manner.

Author: Anthony Reeves

Publisher: Straightforward co Ltd

ISBN: 9781847162083

Category: Collecting of accounts

Page: 144

View: 766

As more and more people find it impossible to pay off debts and companies employ debt collectors, the incidences of unfair practices are rising, as many people simply do not know their rights when faced with bullying and intimidating agents whose only remit is to recover money. In many cases, threats are issued and the person on the receiving end doesn't know how to stand up to these tactics and assert their rights. This book spells out those rights in a very clear manner.
Categories: Collecting of accounts

Someone Stop This Merry go round

Someone Stop This Merry go round

Enter behind closed doors of a family's private life of hardships and struggles with alcohol abuse. Witness the constant confusion, disappointments, broken promises and fear. It leaves a trail of heartbreak.

Author: Albert H. Sequeria

Publisher: Alberta Sequeira

ISBN: 0741454157

Category: Self-Help

Page: 358

View: 164

Enter behind closed doors of a family's private life of hardships and struggles with alcohol abuse. Witness the constant confusion, disappointments, broken promises and fear. It leaves a trail of heartbreak.
Categories: Self-Help

PM Storybooks Red Level Set 1 the Merry Go Round

PM Storybooks   Red Level Set 1 the Merry Go Round

A seemless transition from Level 2/3 PM Starters to PM Red Level Story books is made even easier by the overlapping of high frequency words and sentence structures.

Author: Beverley Randell

Publisher:

ISBN: 017402679X

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A seemless transition from Level 2/3 PM Starters to PM Red Level Story books is made even easier by the overlapping of high frequency words and sentence structures. Helping your pupils progress step-by-step through the reading process using a variety of approaches and strategies.
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Merry go round

Merry go round

Author: Doris Stolberg

Publisher:

ISBN: OCLC:503074809

Category: Merry-go-round

Page: 10

View: 206

Categories: Merry-go-round

The Truman Merry go round

The Truman Merry go round

Author: Robert Sharon Allen

Publisher: New York : Vanguard Press

ISBN: UOM:39015010745126

Category: United States

Page: 502

View: 837

Categories: United States

Merry go round

Merry go round

Author: Arthur Schnitzler

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ISBN: UOM:39015008793781

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Page: 90

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Merry Go Round

Merry Go Round

Stand out stories include the two "Shrewhampton" tales that bookend this collection. Merry-Go-Round includes an introduction by Johnny Mains.

Author: Bryn Fortey

Publisher: Alchemy Press

ISBN: 0957348967

Category: Fiction

Page: 352

View: 307

Bryn Fortey has been writing short stories and poems since the 1960s, from science fiction to horror and all points in between. His work appeared in seminal anthologies, such as The Fontana Book of Great Horror Stories and New Writings in Horror and the Supernatural. Forty plus years later The Alchemy Press presents Bryn's first collection, a comprehensive array of his best stories and poems. Stand out stories include the two "Shrewhampton" tales that bookend this collection. Merry-Go-Round includes an introduction by Johnny Mains.
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