Which one is Malala - ebook/epub
|Let us pick up our books and pens. They are our most powerful weapons. One child, one teacher, one pen and one book can change the entire world. Taken from Malala Yousafzai’s speech to the UN in 2013 When I meet with children on different occasions, I ask them which of their rights is the most important to them. Polish children say it’s the right to express their own opinion. The same right is also important to Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani girl who not only uses it with courage but also boldly speaks out for another fundamental right: the right to education. In many countries the opportunity of attending school is treated as an unpleasant necessity. For Malala and her colleagues learning was a desired and only chance for a better future. Marek Michalak The Ombudsman for Children On the 29th October 2016, on the request of Polish and Pakistani children and by the resolution of the International Chapter, Malala was made a Knight of the Order of the Smile. The author of this book, Renata Piątkowska, is also a Knight of the Order of the Smile. Smiley, eager to play and to sing hits by Justin Bieber – this is the Malala we meet. The only thing that distinguishes her from her friends is that she doesn’t cover her face with a scarf. Is that a good reason to shoot a teenage girl in the face? It soon becomes clear that Malala is no ordinary teenager, but a blogger who – by describing the state of education for girls in Pakistan – exposed herself to the Taliban. A touching story about the strength that lies dormant in each one of us and how we should fight to help those who are weaker than us. Malala has proven that just one brave person is enough to inspire multitudes.|
|Malala Yousafzai, Christina Lamb|
Historia pakistańskiej dziewczyny, która z narażeniem życia walczy o prawa kobiet i ich dostęp do edukacji.
Gdy talibowie przejęli kontrolę nad doliną Swat w Pakistanie, jedna dziewczynka odważyła się im sprzeciwić. Malala Yousafzai podjęła walkę o swoje prawo do nauki.
We wtorek dziewiątego października 2012 roku, w wieku piętnastu lat, niemal zapłaciła za to najwyższą cenę...
Before the readers comes the legendary fairy tale about Alice. In the second volume of adventures the girl is in Zaderkalli, where the world is a chessboard. There, Alice meets the Black Queen, the White Knight, the Lion, the Unicorn, the Shaltay Boltay and many other incredible characters who have been pleasing to children and adults around the world for almost a hundred and fifty years. Children will love this book...
CHILDREN'S SEXUAL DEVELOPMENT
Sexuality tends to be a taboo topic, potentially causing feelings of guilt and shame that lead us to leave many important things unsaid. Open-minded and well-researched attitudes to children's sexual development should help us raise children who are body-positive and sex-positive throughout their lives.
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Here are 10 stories to introduce readers of all ages to Charles Dickens and his Victorian England filled with orphans, expectations, and Christmas spirits, including adaptations of Dickens geared toward young readers, engaging looks into the author’s life, and a few kid-friendly classics straight from the author’s quill. The most famous and funny short stories include the „Child’s Story”...
LOVED BY GENERATIONS OF POLISH CHILDREN! FIRST NEW EDITION FOR 30 YEARS! KATARZYNA LENGREN (the author’s daughter) My father wrote Raggedy Treasure for me. I couldn’t read yet, so he decided a poem would be just right – I’d learn it by heart and he wouldn’t have to read to me all the time, because I could recite it to myself while looking at the illustrations, where he depicted my mum, brother...
|It is a treasury of knowledge for people who want to breed and raise healthy children. This is a manual for all future and responsible parents. This book directly demolishes stereotypes and breaks popular views (but not true) about infertility, genetic diseases, eugenics, vaccinations, fertilization and pregnancy. We can easily ask the reader if she or he is prepared for sensational knowledge. It should be noted that this is a book for men and women...|
Do you know what happens to bad rabbits who don’t say please? This, along with „The Story of Miss Moppet” was designed as a simple tale, intended for very young children with an important lesson in good manners, of what befalls a rude little rabbit who doesn’t say „please” when he wants something, but instead just takes it from someone else. The fierce bad rabbit learns the consequences of his unkind actions in an unusual way...
|Lucy Maud Montgomery|
Anne’s back! She older and wiser and more beautiful with the additional charm of growing womanhood than that gangly red-headed girl that first came to Avonlea. This book follows Anne Shirley from the age of 16-18 during the two years she teaches at the Avonlea school. Anne discovers all of the joys and struggles of being a teacher and continuing her studies and friendship with Gilbert. To top this off...
Opracowanie zawierające słownik i rozmówki dla osób anglojęzycznych, będące również kursem i przewodnikiem językowym. Publikacja przeznaczona jest dla osób początkujących i średnio zaawansowanych uczących się języka polskiego.
A SHORT COURSE OF POLISH LANGUAGE
This book is purposed to help the English-speaking persons in their learning of the Polish language but, of course, at the beginner and intermediate levels because the book is...
|Magdalena Dąbrowska, Agnieszka Przybylska|
The book “Little swimmer, the forming of a correct attitude from the beginning” is one of few books acquainting one with the subject of swimming for children, specifically games in water.This book is an excellent source of useful information for the parents of children up to 4 years old. The book contains information including: why it is worth going to the pool, what should one know before going with a child to a class at the pool...
The stories generally tell about the childhood of 3 boys and 2 girls. Children call adults Olympians and believe that adults no longer know how to have fun. Each of the chapters is an adventure story that children make or imagine. The book will help you get rid of the everyday hustle and bustle of a simple, but spiritual story.
Children come to this world with knowledge of the world that they left, and spiritual connection with him through the satellite, which they just call their Friend. Some adults can grow up without losing their friend, and some children repel him when they are young. The Golden Scarecrow needs a child’s heart and willingness to believe in something that we don’t see, but I think that if you want to give him a chance...
Naprawdę wierzę, że technologia może zainspirować dziewczyny do tego, aby wzięły sprawy w swoje ręce i wcielały w życie wizjonerskie pomysły. Cieszę się, że powstała książka, która wskaże im tę drogę.
Nie wiem, jak się programuje, ale ta książka skłoniła mnie do zgłębiania tej wiedzy. Zachęcam wszystkie dziewczyny do lektury i do podjęcia próby zmiany świata za pomocą technologii...
|Louisa May Alcott|
Flower Fables is Louisa May Alcotts first book, penned at 16. She created the fanciful stories for the amusement of the daughter of a family friend, Ralph Waldo Emerson. Miss Alcott loved and was well acquainted with flowers, insects, birds and animals of the meadows and forest. From these beauties she spun adventures of enchanting natures woodland fairies, telling them to children of friends and others...
Bartnikowski's stories are one of the most moving evidence of tragic fate of children in Auschwitz. In the book, the camp is shown from their perspective. The author describes hunger, fear, loneliness and despair of children who were uprooted from the safe world of their childhood and left at the mercy of violence and death. Dry narration intensifies dramatic nature of depicted scenes. The camp experience is deeply engraved in Bartnikowski's memory...
|Louisa May Alcott|
„Flower Fables” is Louisa May Alcott’s first book, penned at 16. She created the fanciful stories for the amusement of the daughter of a family friend, Ralph Waldo Emerson. Miss Alcott loved and was well acquainted with flowers, insects, birds and animals of the meadows and forest. From these beauties she spun adventures of enchanting nature’s woodland fairies, telling them to children of friends and others...
Here are 10 stories to introduce readers of all ages to Charles Dickens and his Victorian England filled with orphans, expectations, and Christmas spirits, including adaptations of Dickens geared toward young readers, engaging looks into the authors life, and a few kid-friendly classics straight from the authors quill. The most famous and funny short stories include the Childs Story, The Cratchits Christmas Dinner...
An excellent book to read to children, but also good to read as an adult. This story brings many adults back to childhood. In such a simple story. Delightful childhood reminiscences beautifully written in Grahame’s charming prose. Poetic, tender, insightful, very lovely, a portal into the life of a children.
Carolyn Wells (1862-1942) was an American author and poet. She wrote more than 170 books. During the first ten years of her career, she concentrated on poetry, humor, and children’s books. After 1910, she devoted herself to the mystery genre. This is one of the later books in the popular Patty Fairfield series of novels for young readers. In this volume, Patty and her chums hole up at a lavish hotel for a weeks-long reunion party...
Is there Jewish life in Poland after the Shoah? Should there be? This is the main topic of a collection of essays on post-war Polish Jewry written by Konstanty Gebert.
Is there Jewish life in Poland after the Shoah? Should there be? How do present-day Polish Jews, children and grand-children of survivors, relate both to the wartime horrors and to the glorious history of Polish Jewry which preceded them...
|Frances Hodgson Burnett|
The Secret Garden is a children's novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett first published as a book in 1911. Set in England, it is one of Burnett's most popular novels and is considered a classic of English children's literature. Several stage and film adaptations have been made.
Carolyn Wells (1862-1942) was an American poet and writer of detective and mystery novels, as well as children’s books, best known for her Fleming Stone Detective Stories. Marjorie series is Carolyn Wells’s also known series was publicized as happy books for happy girls. The series includes „Marjorie’s Vacation”, „Marjorie’s Busy Days”, „Marjorie’s New Friend”, „Marjorie in Command”...
'NOT just an EU immigrant story in the UK, it's a story on finding unconditional self-love and deeper meaning in life.'
Children come to this world with knowledge of the world that they left, and spiritual connection with him through the satellite, which they just call their Friend. Some adults can grow up without losing their friend, and some children repel him when they are young. The Golden Scarecrow needs a childs heart and willingness to believe in something that we dont see, but I think that if you want to give him a chance...
|Louisa May Alcott|
Recently orphaned, young Rose Campbell is sent to the „Aunt Hill,” where Uncle Alex, her six aunts and seven boisterous male cousins live in noisy confusion. For someone who was used to a girl’s boarding school, it is pretty overwhelming, especially since her guardian Uncle Alex makes her eat healthy things like oatmeal, and tries to get her to give up her pretty dresses for drab, sensible clothes...
A love story that everyone knows from infancy. We encounter two children at the beginning of the play, who do not yet represent what love, passion, desire are, but as soon as they get to know each other and understand that they cannot live without each other, they both change, become adults, independent. They are ready to act for their love, boldly step over obstacles and strive for each other. But so much divides them throughout the play that only...
This is a simplified version of Alice in Wonderland for the little ones. Added a few new digressions that still add color to this children’s fiction. Easy to read and easy to understand, which is the most important. As always, amazing creatures will meet on the path of the protagonist.
|Matrix Digital Publishing|
Support for parents of children with a range of allergies. Allergies in childhood have been increasing over the last twenty years - 21 per cent of all children under 15 now suffer from asthma, and 24 per cent from eczema, posing extremely worrying situations for parents. In this book, Jill Eckersley discusses the main allergies affecting children and gives sensible advice on how to cope with them, as well as what to do in the event of anaphylaxis...
|Lucy Maud Montgomery|
If you’ve read and loved Anne of Green Gables, you’d definitely like to add „Rainbow Valley” by Lucy Maud Montgomery to your collection. Published in 1919, it is the seventh book in the chronology of the Anne of Green Gables series and follows the further life and adventures of Anne Shirley. At Ingleside, Anne is now happily married to her childhood friend the devoted Gilbert Blythe and have now been together blissfully for fifteen years...
The book opens with an unnamed narrator’s description of a party held one Christmas Eve in England at which some friends have gathered to share ghost stories. One of the partygoers, Douglas, says that he knows a particularly sinister ghost story about a governess’s time spent taking care of a wealthy Londoner’s niece and nephew at a country estate haunted by two ghosts.The story is that a governess goes to an English country house to take...
|Michel de Montaigne|
Montaigne’s „The Essays” is an unusual book, largely due to the author’s attitude to it. This is an exclusively everyday book, suitable for everyday use, in which the author does not discuss how the world works and where everything goes, but discusses the essential: how to raise children, how to build a married life, how to spend leisure time, etc. At the same time, Montaigne does not have a very high opinion of himself...
Forty lovely tales! These are short, are written in a lively and contemporary style, relate to a reality close to children, and are graced with warm, inviting illustrations.
At bedtime parents read books to their children. „Bedtime Stories” are specifically designed for both parents and their children. This book includes as many as forty lovely tales! These are short, are written in a lively and contemporary style...
|dr. Joan Gomez|
|Matrix Digital Publishing|
Support for those with a family member on the autistic spectrum. Asperger syndrome, which affects communication and social interaction, is a neurological disorder which is believed to affect more than 200,000 people in the UK. Unlike others on the autistic spectrum, those with Asperger syndrome often want to communicate, and to share their lives, but don't know how. This book looks at how families with an 'Aspie' can help them be accepted for what...