The Butterfly Dance

The Butterfly Dance Author Suzanne Barton
ISBN-10 1408864843
Release 2018-01-16
Pages 32
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Caterpillars Dotty and Stripe do everything together. They play, they eat leaves and do all sorts of caterpiller-y things, and then one day, after spinning themselves into snuggly cocoons, they wake up as beautiful butterflies! But soon they realise that, for the first time ever, they look different. Should Dotty only play with butterflies that look like her? And Stripe only play with butterflies that look like him? A stunningly illustrated story about friendship and and being happy with who you are, from the author/illustrator of Waterstones Children's Book Prize shortlisted The Dawn Chorus.

The Butterfly Dance

The Butterfly Dance Author Rosemary A. Smith
ISBN-10 1444802267
Release 2010
Pages 184
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It's 1902 and life, for Katherine Johnson, has been rather mundane, living with her Aunt Phoebe and Uncle Zachariah in their house on the coast. However, on her 20th birthday, she meets Kane O'Brien on the beach and suddenly her thoughts are all of him. But will the circumstances of Kane's birth prevent her Aunt from accepting him?

The Butterfly Dance

The Butterfly Dance Author Nikki Rogers
ISBN-10 1622957725
Release 2013-06-04
Pages 24
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Sammi Rabbit is grieving the loss of her father. She is reminded of God's love when she sees a simple act of naturethe dance of the butterflies. A wonderful tool for parents to talk with their children about loss, The Butterfly Dance reminds little ones that each of us grieves in our own way.

Butterfly Dance

Butterfly Dance Author Sabra Kiani
ISBN-10 9781412047418
Release 2004
Pages 255
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How does a young woman, who hears but cannot speak, end up as the director, choreographer, and premiere danseuse for a world famous school and dance company for (believe it or not) deaf and mute dancers? Our heroine, Lynette Barker, is blessed with parents who are wealthy, successful actors, a fine home and servants. Unfortunately, when she is found to be mute, her mother denies her existence and her father sees her as "broken" and, blind to her needs, leaves her in the care of the servants. It was left to Lynette to find her own way and, with the loving support of the housekeeper, and butler, and two deaf friends whom she had found signing in the park, she was able to enter a school for the deaf and begin to joyfully live and learn as she had always wished. Lynette's father, Belton Barker, a renowned actor, busied himself with his career and his wife and not only never saw what was going on in his daughter's life, but managed to continually block her from doing what she needed to do. The ongoing struggle is devastating for Lynette and the last battle with her father - and her mother who tries to kill her - leaves her in the hospital in full pscyhologist retreat. Her father, finally realizing his culpability and fearful for her life, finally listens to the servants, teachers, and friends, who have kept a round-the-clock vigil at the hospital and begins to see who his daughter really is - a whole, quite wonderful person - and plans to help her develop the life she wants. Lynette is so angry with him that she will not accept anything from him directly but he remembers that at the sound of any music Lynette has danced since she could walk so he arranges for a young woman, who has found a way to teach the deaf to dance, to teach in Lynette's school and thus begins her career. Lynette finally discovers that it was her father who made all this possible for her and they become reconciled. Having found a way to do what she loves most, Lynette trains hard and learns to be a dancer and choreographer and finally, along with her two friends, Dan as Business Manager (and later husband), and Elsie as costumer, opens a school of dance and a dance company for deaf and mute dancers. With the addition of other dancers and teachers, the school/dance company becomes an unprecedented success and because of their unusual focus and teaching methods they become internationally known. Where they go from here is an open question.

The Hopi Indian Butterfly Dance

The Hopi Indian Butterfly Dance Author Harry Clebourne James
ISBN-10 OCLC:35698693
Release 1959
Pages 31
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The Hopi Indian Butterfly Dance has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Hopi Indian Butterfly Dance also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Hopi Indian Butterfly Dance book for free.

Butterflies Dance Freely

Butterflies Dance Freely Author Stacey Watts
ISBN-10 9780557256785
Release 2010-03-03
Pages 92
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Compilation of poetry for the everyday. A journey through the imagination. Give your fantasies wings and let the soar. Written for people who love poetry, but do not want to be bogged down with hidden deeper meanings. Written by a wife, mother and poetist.


Butterflies Author Gloria G. Schlaepfer
ISBN-10 0761417451
Release 2006
Pages 112
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Outlines the evolution of butterflies, their physical attributes, reproduction, life cycle, and habitat.

Dance Integration

Dance Integration Author Kaufmann, Karen
ISBN-10 9781450441339
Release 2014-06-18
Pages 240
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Dance Integration offers 36 K-5 lesson plans that use dance learning to bring mathematics and science curriculums to life. These plans have proven to improve literacy in dance, mathematics, and science.

Codices Manuscripti

Codices Manuscripti Author Bibliotheek der Rijksuniversiteit te Leiden
ISBN-10 9004072365
Release 1986
Pages 513
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Codices Manuscripti has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Codices Manuscripti also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Codices Manuscripti book for free.

Dance in a World of Change

Dance in a World of Change Author Sherry B. Shapiro
ISBN-10 0736069437
Release 2008
Pages 314
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Dance in a World of Change: Reflections on Globalization and Cultural Differencewill help you -understand how dance instruction is affected by globalization; -discover the ways in which the discourse and curriculum of dance connect it to the critical, political, moral, and aesthetic dimensions of contemporary society; and -learn from the rich and generative set of experiences of international dance educators, choreographers, critics, and scholars. Dance in a World of Change: Reflections on Globalization and Cultural Differencepresents a range of international perspectives on dance pedagogy, the body, performance, and dance and culture. The text expands the discourse of dance that connects it to the critical, political, moral, and aesthetic dimensions of contemporary society, and it explores how globalization is influencing and shaping the future of dance. The contributing writers hail from around the world: South Africa, Brazil, Croatia, Ireland, Canada, Taiwan, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, Holland, Jamaica, and the United States. They bring their distinguished records as dance educators, choreographers, critics, and scholars to this book as they address -a form of human empowerment or cultural resistance; -a means of recognizing diverse cultural experience and communicating common humanity; -an expression of social conflict, injustice, violence, and marginalization; and -an educational process that transcends the particular and encompasses commonality. As growing connections between diverse communities transform our sensibilities, people's assumptions about what is good and bad, beautiful and ugly, or rational and irrational are often challenged. The changes that result can produce new and sometimes startling forms of art, create new identities formed from disparate histories and experiences, and help people rethink how they came to value one dance form over another. As new forms of dance expression are created, dance educators are using these changes to illustrate to their students what they might mean. For example, cultural borrowing in dance and pedagogy has evoked questions concerning the meaning of the tradition itself: What is African dance? Is it African dance if it is taught by a non-African? Does it remain a cultural dance if it is performed simply as a dance and no longer as a story of the people? This text helps dance educators celebrate cultural traditions while recognizing the forces and forms that bridge our common experience. In part I of this book, contributors explore how traditional dance forms are being shaped by the global dance environment and how this environment is influencing new forms of popular dance. Part II takes a look at sexual orientation, racism, and prejudice and challenges the assumptions of what is normative. Multicultural issues as they relate to dance pedagogy are examined in part III, andpart IVhelps readers to transcend the differences between cultures and embrace the commonalities shared through dance. Each chapter includes an introduction and ending reflections that provide insight and create a place for dialogue. References, which are grouped by chapter at the end of the book, provide additional information for follow-up. Dance in a World of Changeis a catalyst for new thinking about dance among teachers, choreographers, and scholars in the field. Readers will experience the passion and excitement of the contributing writers, who delineate the connections that help form a global community.

Gifts of The Seasons

Gifts of The Seasons Author Adam Miramon
ISBN-10 9781465346469
Release 2011-08-18
Pages 108
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Five Element Acupuncture is a tradition of acupuncture based on the movement of nature. The five elements are Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal, and Water. Each of these elements corresponds to a specific season: Spring, Summer, Late Summer, Fall, and Winter, respectively. How we move though the seasons of nature and our own lives impacts our body’s health. The following selection of poems are sorted categorically by the gifts or virtues of the seasons. The poems have been critical in healing the wounds of my past and empowering me to lead a more healthy lifestyle.

Native North Americans in Literature for Youth

Native North Americans in Literature for Youth Author Alice Crosetto
ISBN-10 9780810891906
Release 2013-09-12
Pages 286
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Native North Americans have rich and diverse cultures and traditions. However, many misconceptions, prejudices, and stereotypes exist due to the lack of understanding and ignorance of these cultures. It is important that children and adolescents learn about and appreciate the invaluable contributions that North American Native groups have made to American society. Equally important is the availability of resources that accurately and objectively portray the historical events that occurred when European settlers displaced thousands of Native North Americans from their ancestral homelands. In Native North Americans in Literature for Youth, Alice Crosetto and Rajinder Garcha identify hundreds of appropriate and quality resources, including books, Internet sites, and media titles for K-12 students and educators. Entries are subdivided into chapters covering geographic regions, history, religions, social life, customs and traditions, nations, oral tradition, biographies, and fiction. Additionally, there are chapters for general reference resources, curricular resources for educators, media, and Internet sites. Annotations provide complete bibliographical descriptions of the entries, and each entry is identified with the grade level for which it is best suited. Reviews, awards, series, and URLs for supplemental online resources are also included. Anyone—especially students, teachers, librarians, and parents—interested in locating useful and accurate resources regarding Native North Americans will find this reference book a helpful and essential tool.

Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs A Fairy Tale Play Based On The Story Of The Brothers Grimm

Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs   A Fairy Tale Play Based On The Story Of The Brothers Grimm Author Jessie White
ISBN-10 9781473391574
Release 2013-04-16
Pages 276
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This is the classic Brothers Grimm Fairy tale, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, adapted into a play for the use of children and adults alike. Split into seven lovable scenes with 25 characters to choose from accompanied with 10 songs with sheet music and several illustrations.


Ostara Author Edain McCoy
ISBN-10 0738700827
Release 2002
Pages 198
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From coloring eggs with natural plant dyes to spring cleaning rituals to spells for love and lust, this book helps readers connect with the spirit of the Ostara festival and incorporate its rituals and customs, both ancient and new, into their own Ostara celebrations. Illustrations.

Pearson s Magazine

Pearson s Magazine Author
ISBN-10 IOWA:31858045768482
Release 1908
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Pearson s Magazine has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Pearson s Magazine also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Pearson s Magazine book for free.

The Animal in Far Eastern Art

The Animal in Far Eastern Art Author T. Volker
ISBN-10 9004042954
Release 1950
Pages 190
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The Animal in Far Eastern Art has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Animal in Far Eastern Art also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Animal in Far Eastern Art book for free.

Dance s Duet with the Camera

Dance   s Duet with the Camera Author Telory D. Arendell
ISBN-10 9781137596109
Release 2016-06-24
Pages 263
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Dance’s Duet with the Camera: Motion Pictures is a collection of essays written by various authors on the relationship between live dance and film. Chapters cover a range of topics that explore dance film, contemporary dance with film on stage, dance as an ideal medium to be captured by 3D images and videodance as kin to site-specific choreography. This book explores the ways in which early practitioners such as Loïe Fuller and Maya Deren began a conversation between media that has continued to evolve and yet still retains certain unanswered questions. Methodology for this conversation includes dance historical approaches as well as mechanical considerations. The camera is a partner, a disembodied portion of self that looks in order to reflect on, to mirror, or to presage movement. This conversation includes issues of sexuality, race, and mixed ability. Bodies and lenses share equal billing.