- Author : Middlesex Community College. Mary Rank Gerontology Center
- Publsiher : Anonim
- Release : 25 February 1989
- ISBN : 0987654321
- Pages : 360 pages
- Rating : 4/5 from 21 ratings
Today Sizwe learns that a smile is something you can give away without losing it.
In this sweet and gentle picture book, Bear wakes one day to find his Smile gone and enlists his friends to help him find it. Bear and Smile are always together. They wake up together, swim by the waterfall together, and eat honey together. But one day, Bear wakes up and Smile is nowhere to be found. With the help of his woodland friends, will Bear be able to find his Smile again? This tender and special debut picture book
Pause . . . breathe . . . smile. Three small words, yet each contains a universe of wisdom. Let the title be your guide in this inspiring book on awakening to the full depths of mindful living. The Pause is about setting our intention before we think, speak, or act—the ethical dimension of mindfulness. When we Breathe, we unite mind, body, and spirit, making every moment an opportunity for meditation. With a Smile, we open to a wisdom beyond words. This simple trio will
After surviving a plane crash in the jungle, Flash, a photographer, is taken to a remote village where his instant camera works magic for those who have never seen a photo.
A sister is jealous when her baby brother starts getting all the attention in the family photographs.
In Smile, award-winning photographer Linda Maron's vivid flower art cheerfully illustrates a fun narrative about smiling, cheering up, and being happy. Maron recently came onto the art-licensing scene with a profusion of bold blooms in her incredibly original "Art of Flowers" collection. Created with a love of flowers, Linda Maron's art combines her gorgeous flower photography with a bit of computer wizardry for a fresh new perspective. The bright, vivid, and cheerful images are all cleverly constructed of flowers. With
You could be forgiven for thinking that the smile has no history; it has always been the same. However, just as different cultures in our own day have different rules about smiling, so did different societies in the past. In fact, amazing as it might seem, it was only in late eighteenth century France that western civilization discovered the art of the smile. In the 'Old Regime of Teeth' which prevailed in western Europe until then, smiling was quite literally
A woman in Nova Scotia struggles through disappointment and adversity for acceptance and love denied her as a child. Hope springs eternal, and faith, determination and a sense of humour is what she clings to as she keeps reaching for tomorrow.
Smile has become one of the most unavoidable legends of rock'n'roll folklore, and in this searching examination Domenic Priore presents the true story behind the album's 40-year conception. Work on Smile began hot on the heels of the ground-breaking Pet Sounds, when Brian Wilson collaborated with Van Dyke Parks to create a 'musical story of America'. However, production would famously collapse under a tide of internal fighting, record business chicanery and Brian's own health problems. In this unique account, Domenic