Eine kleine Maus, zwölf wilde Engel, eine Lärche, die so gerne ein Weihnachtsbaum wäre und noch viele weitere Geschichten und Gedichte warten in diesem Adventskalenderbuch. Da fällt das Warten bis zum Heiligen Abend nicht mehr allzu schwer.
A heartwarming collection of merry tales and Christmas lore in the Uncle John’s tradition. It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas…again! Uncle John’s follow-up to his wildly successful Christmas Collection unwraps even more treasures of holidays past and present. Packed with more fun than an elf’s goodie bag, this anthology includes all the legends, lore, trivia, and history we didn’t have room for in the first Christmas collection. Read about… * The history of Jingle Bells * Secret Santas, bad Santas, and goofy Santas * 10 great holiday films you may have missed * Christmas on the range…and in outer space * How to make your own figgy pudding * The legend of the Christmas Spider * The real Scrooge And much, much more!
Celebrate the holidays in style -- mouse-style, that is! Join Geronimo for his first-ever special edition. It was Christmastime on Mouse Island, and I couldn't wait to celebrate with my friends and family. But then I discovered that they were all traveling out of town for the holidays, and I'd be spending Christmas alone! I was starting to feel like a real grinch. Would this be my loneliest Christmas ever?
The Fun Never Stops
Author: Marylou Bailey
Publisher: Cedar Fort
A birthday party? Christmas celebration? Family get-together? Backyard BBQ? You're all together, ready to bond and have fun, but . . . what do you do? After the fifth hand of Go Fish, the yawns begin to spread. The Fun Never Stops is the answer to the Boring Get-together Syndrome. Packed with dozens of games and bonus ideas for parties and holidays, you can use this book to liven up any gathering. Whether it's a holiday party, a group date, or a fun night in with the family, there's something in here for everyone.
Author: Carole Marsh
Publisher: Gallopade International
Includes holiday cards, Christmas trees, shopping, decorations, and holiday songs and more.
"[A] truly comprehensive look at Christmas and all of its customs around the world."--Cover.
Author: Ariel Tachna
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Read all five novels in Ariel Tachna's Lang Downs series, now in a Dreamspinner Press Bundle!
Offers simple guidelines for improving multi-cultural interpersonal skills and becoming proactive in your communications with members of other cultures to build strong, productive relationships in person, on the phone and by email in your professional dealings.
Lead change more successfully. Discover eight practical ways to simplify complexity, turbulence and improve results in change and business transformation. With New Eyes you will: * Have two effective tools for better trust and integrity in organisations
This is the complete forecast for the year 2018 with weekly forecasts for Scorpio, important dates, all-inclusive information, world horoscope, plus a range of riveting information from the ace astrologer on the way things will shape up in 2018. Find out what India's most famous astrologer has to say about what the signs foretell in the year ahead.
Author: Bob Sorge
Publisher: Bob Sorge
This book helps to explain why God sometimes bears long with His elect, it articulates God's purpose in the wait, expounds on how justice involves both restoration and restitution, and ignites faith to believe God to avenge us of our adversary. Not only is this message fresh from Bob's heart, we believe it is a message that is especially relevant to the body of Christ in this final hour.
'SWEEPINGLY LEARNED AND ENGAGINGLY GARRULOUS . . . Sunday Times 'A MUCH-NEEDED CHALLENGE TO CONVENTIONAL WISDOM' Guardian IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY, CAN WE REALLY TAKE THE DOMINANCE OF ENGLISH FOR GRANTED? In their time, Greek, Latin, Arabic, Sanskrit and Persian have each been world languages, sweeping the globe for centuries at a time. And yet they have all been displaced, just as Nicholas Ostler predicts English will be. What forces drive these linguistic currents? What characteristics do lingua francas share? And most importantly, how do they lose their power? In this revelatory and exhilarating tour de force, Ostler explores the rise of a linguistic diversity that we could never before have imagined. 'A linguist of astonishing voracity . . . the predictions are striking' ECONOMIST 'The Last Lingua Franca beautifully ties together a diverse and ambitious range of themes, which will offer something new to all readers. Its strength lies in the wealth and mixture of historical fact and linguistic insight' Times Literary Supplement 'Formidable . . . there is scarcely a page of this book that does not contain some remarkable gobbet of information' Financial Times
The lingua franca of the Indo-Pakistani people is one language, claims Khan, called Hindi when written in Nagari and Urdu when written in Arabic. He says it is not descended from Sanskrit, as conventionally believed, but is 10-12,000 years old and was influenced early by the Austric-Munda and Dravidian language families. Leaving aside any religious