Reunited by a Baby Bombshell by Barbara Hannay Prima ballerina Eva Hennessey has made her life in Paris - far away from her childhood sweetheart Griffen Fletcher. But when an invitation arrives for her school reunion, she nervously accepts! Griff never imagined he would see Eva again, and now he wants some answers! She may be more beautiful than he remembers, but she also masks a pain only he can see. It's a secret she's kept far too long...One that will change their worlds forever! From Fortune to Family Man by Judy Duarte Kieran Fortune, vice president of Robinson Tech, knows his strengths. He's good with technology; he's good at making money and at making love. But he doesn't know one thing about parenting. And he's just become a father. To a toddler. When the ever-so-sexy millionaire agreed to sign on as legal guardian to his best friend's daughter, he considered it a mere formality. But now Zach is gone and Kieran is...Dad. In a fit of desperation, he reaches out to Zach's ex-girlfriend. Dana Trevino is a serious-minded graduate student who is great with little Rosie. She is also Kieran's polar opposite and the very last woman he should be interested in. It isn't fair. It isn't right. It's also just about inevitable...
Mike Wazowski and James P. Sullivan are an inseparable pair, but that wasnâ€™t always the case.
Reframing Community Partnerships in Education provides both the theoretical framework as well as a practical guide to engage educators in interdisciplinary, inter-organizational, multicultural, and multi-generational work to improve the social fabric of communities. Using case examples of best practice, this book explores transformational practices for community development, community building, and civic engagement. Featuring "Community Learning Exchange" pedagogies adaptable to a wide range of contexts, this book encourages educators-through use of participatory practices and a collective leadership model-to build stronger communities and advance learning for all.
With dog training books galore, finding the right dog training book has become increasingly difficult. Yet, Jonathan J. Cianfaglione brings dog training to a comprehensible level for all ages. Intended to be an everyday dog training book for all levels and ages, Jonathan J. Cianfaglione does just that with "Common Man's Guide to Man's Best Friend: A Common Sense Approach to Dog Training." Using his cunning ability to take complex theories and distill them to an extremely basic level, Jonathan J. Cianfaglione points to common sense to break down dog training by showing parallels of our daily lives, and nature. Jonathan J. Cianfaglione's "Common Man's Guide to Man's Best Friend" provides a path to being a leader in the human-dog unit, consequently empowering the relationship between you and your dog. As one of the easiest to read and understand dog training books out there, coupled with the book's minimal pages, this book poses to be a must read for prospective dog owners, current dog owners, and to be passed amongst all members of the family to read. "Common Man's Guide to Man's Best Friend: A Common Sense Approach to Dog Training" not only provides a refreshing look at dog training, but also puts forth the challenge of commitment to dog owners. This book is sure to delight, and put a smile on every member of the household, including the four-legged family member.
The conventional wisdom after 1989 was that socialism was finished. Communist parties were ejected from power across eastern Europe, west European social democratic parties embraced neo-liberalism, and intellectuals wrote of the definitive victory of capitalism and even of the 'end of history' . A decade or so later things look rather different: the most serious crisis in the world economy since the Second World War has occurred; the experiment of free market economics in Russia has resulted in economic collapse; communist parties and their successors have gained significant electoral support in the former Soviet Union and most of eastern Europe; as in western Europe, social democracy has started to face a growing electoral challenge from a new European left - regaining and expanding a political space occupied previously by communist parties. This book argues that no analysis of the pattern of European politics, into the new millennium, can be complete without taking this developing force into account.
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