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Rise And Shine by Simon Lewis
“When I was thirty-five, my wife and I were both reported dead by the first paramedics to arrive at the scene of a seventy-five-mile-an-hour hit-and-run. My wife Marcy died instantly that day. With brain damage from a massive stroke and my body broken, I wasn’t expected to survive either.” So begins Rise and Shine, the dramatic story of Simon Lewis and his remarkable recovery from a horrific car accident. Told through the eyes of someone who has “lived through it” and successfully overcome the hurdles of the health insurance maze, Rise and Shine is a first-person account of unexpected tragedy and life-affirming courage, with lessons both medical and spiritual. Rise and Shine shows how much patients can achieve, beyond the limited horizons of insurance-based diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation, to attain maximum regeneration and rebuild their lives. An inspiring story about what it means to return to life after a near-death experience, Rise and Shine is, essentially, an exploration of the nature of consciousness itself, and an impassioned tale about survival and recovery.
Rise And Shine by Linda Froschauer
Rise and Shine provides a friendly support system that new science teachers can turn to in their first days, months, and even years in the classroom. This easy-to-read book offers plenty of helpful techniques for managing the classroom, maintaining discipline, and dealing with parents. But it also covers important topics unique to science teaching, such as setting up a laboratory, keeping the classroom safe, and initiating inquiry from the first day. Sprinkled throughout the book is candid advice from seasoned science teachers who offer both useful strategies and warm reassurance. Rise and Shine is designed to help preservice teachers, those in the first few years of teaching (regardless of grade level), and those who may be entering a new situation within the teaching field. If you need a mentor or if you are a mentor or instructor who wants to support beginning science teachers this book is for you.
Rise And Shine by Janaya Lowery
If you can dream it, you can do it. -Walt Disney Rise and Shine! is a captivating children's book that will create a spark of joy in the hearts and minds of every reader. It will inspire children to have confidence in themselves and to use their gifts to make a difference in the world. Our children are our greatest blessings. They are our most important work and what we leave in them now is what will stay with them forever. So the message of this book serves to encourage children everywhere to reach for their dreams. In a world full of possibilities, they must know and believe that their dreams are possible too because our future generation is not full of darkness. They are powerful lighthouses destined for greatness, and within each child lies special gifts that will help to change the world. These wonderful gifts that they have are precious, and we are never to join the choir of voices that tell them what they can't be in life. We as the pioneers hold the responsibility to tell our children who they are and what they have the potential to be. We must be the voices that protect their dreams, not the voices that destroy them. So I invite you to help me change the world one child at a time! Let's band together as a village to tell our children to rise with strength at every opportunity and shine bright because their gifts were never meant to be hidden.
Rise And Shine by Elda Cadogan
Rise And Shine by Anna Quindlen
From Anna Quindlen, acclaimed author of Blessings, Black and Blue, and One True Thing, a superb novel about two sisters, the true meaning of success, and the qualities in life that matter most. It’s an otherwise ordinary Monday when Meghan Fitzmaurice’s perfect life hits a wall. A household name as the host of Rise and Shine, the country’s highest-rated morning talk show, Meghan cuts to a commercial break–but not before she mutters two forbidden words into her open mike. In an instant, it’s the end of an era, not only for Meghan, who is unaccustomed to dealing with adversity, but also for her younger sister, Bridget, a social worker in the Bronx who has always lived in Meghan’s long shadow. The effect of Meghan’s on-air truth telling reverberates through both their lives, affecting Meghan’s son, husband, friends, and fans, as well as Bridget’s perception of her sister, their complex childhood, and herself. What follows is a story about how, in very different ways, the Fitzmaurice women adapt, survive, and manage to bring the whole teeming world of New York to heel by dint of their smart mouths, quick wits, and the powerful connection between them that even the worst tragedy cannot shatter.
Rise And Shine by Hope Carwell
Illustrations and easy-to-read text follow babies from the time they wake up until they go outside to play. Includes tips for using the book with different ages levels.
Rise And Shine by Raffi
An illustrated song celebrating the morning, the time to rise and shine and join the world.
Rise Shine by Patrick Allington
Each morning, the last humans start their day with graphic footage from the front. This is what sustains them — literally. In a world where eight billion souls have perished, the survivors huddle together apart, perpetually at war, in the city-states of Rise and Shine. Yet this war, far from representing their doom, is their means of survival. For their leaders have found the key to life when crops, livestock, and the very future have been blighted — a key that turns on each citizen being moved by human suffering. Yet is this small hope, this compassion, enough to sustain them against the despair born of all the friends they’ve lost, all the experience they’ll never know? Or must they succumb to, or even embrace, darker desires? Rise & Shine is a tale that speaks to our troubled times, a Kafkaesque fable of hope from the imagination of Miles Franklin nominee Patrick Allington.
Rise and Shine!: The Early Church is another wonderful book in the Pick Up 'n' Do series. Each lesson will give your kids 40 minutes to 1 1/2 hours of solid Bible teaching and serious discipleship on the growing church as found in the book of Acts. Bible lessons include: Jesus' ascension into heaven, the Holy Spirit comes at Pentecost, the martyrdom of Stephen, Philip and the Ehtiopian, Saul's conversion, Peter's jailbreak and Paul and Silas' imprisonment. Two options let teachers take the lesson from super simple to more challenging. For an "instant" lesson teach the Bible 4U and Shepherd's Spot sections. And the optional Workshop Wonders stretches each lesson with a craft, science or food activity. Teach your young believers what it means to be faithful disciples with this all-in-one resource!
Rise And Shine by Simon Carter
Sunshine plays an important role in all aspects of life but there has been little social analysis of the sun and its place in our world. Recently experts have warned us that the sun's rays are dangerous. Yet, a suntan can still be taken as a sign of health. How did we arrive at this ambivalent relationship to the sun and what does this say about our changing attitudes to the human body and environment? Rise and Shine takes as its starting point a view of sunlight as part of our material and social culture. How did the use of sunlight to treat tuberculosis and rickets in the early twentieth century alter our relationship with the sun? When was suntan lotion invented? By drawing on a range of archival and historical sources, Rise and Shine traces the network of social and medical forces that constitute our current, sometimes problematic, relationship with sun and sunlight.