Riley the Brave Makes It to School

Riley Bear and his elephant parents share a peek into a tough morning. When big feelings threaten to ruin the day, this brightly illustrated story will help families find their way through. Features educational afterword for adults.

Author: Jessica Sinarski

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ISBN: 1787755185

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Making it to school is tough at the best of times. In the aftermath of stress or trauma, it might feel impossible! Riley Bear and his elephant parents share a peek into a tough morning. When big feelings threaten to ruin the day, this brightly illustrated story will help families find their way through. Features educational afterword for adults.
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Riley the Brave Makes it to School

This book creates a safe space for conversations about big thoughts and feelings, and offers positive tips for families to try.

Author: Jessica Sinarski

Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers

ISBN: 9781787755192

Category: Juvenile Fiction

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"I'm NOT going to school today!" Riley the Brave is a little bear with big feelings. Some days he wakes up feeling cheerful and ready to brave the day. He has energy to get dressed, eat breakfast and have some fun! But some days he wakes up feeling like a grumpy porcupine. His brow is scrunched and he thinks that it is going to be a terrible day. Today, Riley is having one of those days! What can be done to help him? All children struggle to make it to school some days, and this can be even tougher for children who have had difficult life experiences and extra challenges at school. This book creates a safe space for conversations about big thoughts and feelings, and offers positive tips for families to try. It also features an educational afterword for grown-ups which explains how the book helps children, and how to get the most out of it.
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Tales of Riley The Mouse

Once again, Riley was trying to impress the other kids by being brave enough to do ... they will be suspended for the remainder ofthe school year, is that ...

Author: Taylor-Alexis Barber

Publisher: Author House

ISBN: 9781481700696

Category: Fiction

Page: 24

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Tales of Riley The Mouse is a wonderful early readers book that was written by an 8 y.o. 4th grader. Riley is a fictional character who is a mouse living as a human. He is an elementary age “mouse” who experiences common struggles relative to most children his age. During the course of the book, Riley experiences his first true crush on a girl, bullying, moving to a new town and starting a new school and his family’s adoption of another child. Riley is the youngest child in a family of 9 and experiences the trials and tribulations of being the “baby” in the family. He is teased by his siblings often and is also teased in school. Riley finally feels he needs to prove his bravery and prove that he is not a “baby”. In his attempt to prove himself to other’s he doesn’t always make good choices. Riley’s story continues in a series of other books that chronicles the life of this wonderful fictional character.
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Soldier and Brave

Fort Riley today accommodates the Army General School . ... Riley Military Reservation , at the now extinct town of Pawnee , is the first Kansas Territorial ...

Author: United States. National Park Service

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ISBN: IND:30000038666669

Category: Historic sites

Page: 453

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Soldier and Brave

Fort Riley today accommodates the Army General School . ... Riley Military Reservation , at the now extinct town of Pawnee , is the first Kansas Territorial ...

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ISBN: WISC:89037175023

Category: Historic sites

Page: 453

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One of a series of books designed to avail the public of the studies conducted by the National Survey of Historic Sites and Buildings, this book incorporates survey and evaluation reports prepared by the National Park Service historians and archeologists. Divided into 2 sections, Part 1 deals with the historical background relative to 19th century conflicts between American Indians and U.S. military personnel. Part ii presents a survey of historic sites and buildings comprised of over 200 entries. Each entry includes a symbol designating the location as National Park Service Areas; National Historic Landmarks (buildings, monuments, and sites which meet the criteria of national significance in commemorating the history of the U.S.); and Other Sites Considered (those deemed by the Advisory Board to possess noteworthy historical value but not national significance). Additionally, each entry is identified by an address and/or explicit location and a brief summary of its historical significance. Numerous illustrations, maps, and an index serve as further aids to appreciating the forts, agency sites, missions, reservation trading posts, fur trading posts, and battlefields associated with the history of Indian Affairs in the Trans-Mississippi West.
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INside EDition

Science and Math Teachers Advise the Department Ishtaboli , A Game for the Brave , Is Highlight. Secretary Riley welcomes math and science teachers to the ...

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105131834694

Category: Education

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Crazy Little Thing Called Love

“Ya know, graduation is in a couple days,” Jordan then reminded him. “We're graduating from high school, Riley. I mean, this is a milestone.

Author: Dan O'Sullivan

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781304048653

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What s Inside Your Backpack

Impacted by family trauma, young Zoey is weighed down by feelings of sadness, worry, and shame, unti her mother and her school guidance counselor help Zoey find courage, hope, and strength.

Author: Jessica Sinarski

Publisher: National Center for Youth Issues

ISBN: 1953945236

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

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All around us, children are carrying backpacks that are heavy with more than just textbooks. Each day, they also bear the weight of difficult life experiences and intense feelings. Zoey Harmon just wants to feel light-hearted and carefree. Unfortunately, she keeps getting weighed down by pesky books in her backpack, like Worry and Shame. Much to her surprise, she's not the only one! Zoey learns that the adults in her life deal with difficult feelings too! Luckily, they have some ideas that can help her set aside the books she's not meant to carry. Will it be enough to help her unload the heaviest book of all? You look a little worried, kiddo, Zoey's mom said, giving her a squeeze. Sometimes I need a bright thought to help me when I'm feeling upset. Here, try this. She slid a bookmark into Zoey's hand. Zoey looked down and read: Imagine with Hope. What's this? asked Zoey. When we don't know what to expect, worry wants us to imagine with fear, to think about all the worst possibilities. This is a little reminder I use to think of the good things that might happen when I imagine with hope instead. While there are no quick fixes for all of life's complex problems, What's Inside Your Backpack? highlights some of the ways we can nurture resilience in body and mind. Using the metaphor of books and bookmarks, author Jessica Sinarski offers gentle, effective strategies to help children impacted by trauma. By sharing their burdens with people they trust, kids can lighten their load and realize just how strong and courageous they really are!
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School School

The black gown then women wore made them all but invisible in the dark room. “Our helper,” said the woman who held Riley. Spit flew from her mouth when she ...

Author: Douglas Evans

Publisher: WT Melon Publishing

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Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 125

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Today Tonight Tomorrow

Bold and brave—she is one of the strongest people that I have ever known. ... Candy Andy was Smiley Riley's best friend in middle school and high school.

Author: Jan Scruggs

Publisher: Covenant Books, Inc.

ISBN: 9781644717721

Category: Fiction

Page: 384

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I have experienced two of the most profound experiences God offers us on this earth: the overwhelming joy of adopting children, and the overpowering grief of losing a child from the tragedy of heroin addiction. In this book, I have placed everything my heart holds. It is a blend of happy experiences with my children as my husband and I raised them, horrific experiences as we helplessly watched one child's life painfully ripped apart in a storm of evil, and the unimaginable aftermath of losing a child. Tears from all these are spread throughout these pages. In his death, my child was redeemed and set free. I was left picking up the pieces of my broken heart, shaking my head, and trying to understand why. God's overpowering love and sovereignty had raised a sword against one of Satan's greatest tools, the power of addiction. Was my child nothing more than a casualty of spiritual warfare? God is good. Did I still believe that? This book chronicles my journey through His Word, listening for whispers from heaven, until finally, I too am set free. Today,Tonight,Tomorrow was written by Him,for Him,and belongs to Him. I pray that this book will help fight the spread of the addiction plague that has been so carefully orchestrated by the enemy and will help provide comfort to those already caught in the battle.
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Brave New Schools

Privatizing public schools has failed, argues a study by three New York University ... According to a report from Education Secretary Richard Riley (1995), ...

Author: Jim Cummins

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

ISBN: 9780312163587

Category: Education

Page: 386

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Shows how the information superhighway will shape the future of education and communication
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Chel Riley Adventures

The 'grown-up' me is pleased to read the entire Chel and Riley series to the first grade classes at Indian Creek Elementary School in Trafalgar, IN.

Author: Matthew Graphman

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781468553918

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 92

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Riley has a rude awakening one summer day when his plans to go on a exotic animal hunt get spoiled because he had forgotten about the soccer camp that he had let his friend Chel talk him into. Bitter and grumpy things go from bad to worse as Riley figures out that hes the worst player in the camp. Chel tries to encourage him through the different activities and drills and just as Rileys attitude begins to brighten along comes Bruno the ball hog. Brunos attitude and ability clash with Rileys pride and the war for the soccer ball begins. Chel struggles to keep Riley from doing something really bad and even their friendship gets tested. What will God teach Chel & Riley in this adventure?
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Brave to be Involved

38 Cruse's reading is limited to class only , which consequently limits his ... to this day and as Clayton Riley argues “ Raisin is not a happy work .

Author: Yomna Mohamed Saber

Publisher: Peter Lang

ISBN: 3034305044

Category: Literary Criticism

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Although Gwendolyn Brooks (1917-2004) was the first African American writer to win the Pulitzer Prize, she occupies a curious position in the larger black canon. Despite her importance, with the exception of very few critical accounts of her work, she has been usually treated in critical isolation from her black peers, be they male or female. Brooks's earlier stages were discarded by many black critics as works directed to white audiences, whereas black critics who became interested in her nationalist phase limited her to the Black Aesthetic perspective. Such approaches to Brooks's opus fail to do justice to her work which stood on equal footing with other groundbreaking works in terms of her pioneering themes and techniques. This book examines all of Brooks's stages while tracing the changes that marked her voice throughout. By comparing and contrasting her work to Richard Wright, Margaret Walker, Ralph Ellison, Lorraine Hansberry, Amiri Baraka and Sonia Sanchez, it becomes possible to highlight the distinct poetic legacy of Brooks. The aim of this book is to assess the extent to which Brooks participated in the black canon and to examine how far her realistic settings and individualised characters resulted in a poetry capable of providing accurate reflections of black life in America throughout five very vibrant decades.
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Another One of Riley s Pianos

John J. Riley ... They both attended St. J ohn's School. ... I was determined to make a success of my little business and Maureen thought that it was a bold ...

Author: John J. Riley

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 9781425111441

Category: Biography & Autobiography

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A story of a small one man piano retail and restoration business over a period of 58 years. His life, times and the raising of his family.
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Whose School is it Anyway

Power and politics Kathryn Riley. authorities. Nor is leadership something that is carried out by one brave charismatic person leading unwilling troops into ...

Author: Kathryn Riley

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135713669

Category: Education

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In the 1970s, two events in particular, the William Tyndale School and James Callaghan's Ruskin speech, generated extensive media coverage and political activity and became 'watersheds' along the path to political and educational reform. This has shaped the system of school and governments in the 1990s. This book revisits Tyndale and Ruskin and examines their legacy. Drawing on contemporary accounts of a number of key individuals who were involved in those watershed events, it recasts their stories in the light of current changes in education. The book explores the extent to which both these events shifted assumptions about education and provided the rationale for policy changes. It argues that fundamental questions need to be asked about the nature of the reform agenda and in particular, the balance of power. It also places the reform agenda within an international context.
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Riley Paige Mystery Bundle Once Cold 8 and Once Stalked 9

But was she brave enough to put work on the back burner and make her ... Riley gulped. ... “My younger daughter, Jilly —she's in a school play tonight.

Author: Blake Pierce

Publisher: Blake Pierce

ISBN: 9781640291621

Category: Fiction

Page: 500

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A bundle of books #8 (ONCE COLD) and #9 (ONCE STALKED) in Blake Pierce’s Riley Paige Mystery series—which begins with ONCE GONE, a #1 bestseller with over 900 five star reviews—and a free download! This bundle offers books #8 and #9 in one convenient file, with over 130,000 words of reading. In ONCE COLD, there is one cold case that has plagued Special Agent Riley Paige for her entire career, dwelling at the corners of her consciousness, forcing her to return to it again and again. The only case she has never solved, she has finally put it out of her mind. Until she gets a call from the murdered victim’s mother. It spurs Riley to face the case once again, and to not give up until she has found answers. Yet Riley barely has time to catch her breath when she receives a lead for another cold case, one which, if possible, strikes an even deeper note within her. It is a lead that promises to solve the case of her own mother’s killer. In ONCE STALKED, when two soldiers are found dead on a huge military base in California, apparently killed by gunshot, military investigators are stumped. Who is killing its soldiers, inside the secure confines of its own base? And why? The FBI is called in, and Riley Paige is summoned to take the lead. As Riley finds herself immersed in the military culture, she is amazed to realize that serial killers can strike even here, in the midst of the most secure location on earth. She finds herself in a frantic cat and mouse chase, racing to decode the killer’s psychology. Yet she soon discovers she is up against a highly-trained killer, one that may, even for her, be too deadly an opponent. Dark psychological thrillers with heart-pounding suspense, the Riley Paige mysteries are a riveting new series—with a beloved new character—that will leave you turning pages late into the night.
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Riley Paige Mystery Bundle Once Forsaken 7 Once Cold 8 and Once Stalked 9

But was she brave enough to put work on the back burner and make her ... Riley gulped. ... “My younger daughter, Jilly —she's in a school play tonight.

Author: Blake Pierce

Publisher: Blake Pierce

ISBN: 9781640291683

Category: Fiction

Page: 750

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A bundle of books #7 (ONCE FORSAKEN), #8 (ONCE COLD) and #9 (ONCE STALKED) in Blake Pierce’s Riley Paige Mystery series—which begins with ONCE GONE, a #1 bestseller with over 900 five star reviews—and a free download! This bundle offers books #7, #8 and #9 in one convenient file, with over 200,000 words of reading. In ONCE FORSAKEN, when Special Agent Riley Paige finally decides to take a well-needed rest from the FBI, a request for help comes from the most unlikely source: her own daughter. April’s best friend is devastated by the death of her sister, a freshman at Georgetown. Worse, she is convinced that the suicide was staged, and that her sister was murdered at the hands of a serial killer. Riley reluctantly looks into the case, only to discover that two other freshman girls at Georgetown recently killed themselves in the same grotesque way—by hanging. As she realizes foul play may be afoot, she brings in the FBI. The case takes Riley deep into the privileged campus of one of the world’s most esteemed universities, into the unsettling world of the wealthy and driven families that pushed their children to succeed. In time she discovers that this case is far more twisted than it seems—and that she just may be up against the most psychotic killer of her career. In ONCE COLD, there is one cold case that has plagued Special Agent Riley Paige for her entire career, dwelling at the corners of her consciousness, forcing her to return to it again and again. The only case she has never solved, she has finally put it out of her mind. Until she gets a call from the murdered victim’s mother. It spurs Riley to face the case once again, and to not give up until she has found answers. Yet Riley barely has time to catch her breath when she receives a lead for another cold case, one which, if possible, strikes an even deeper note within her. It is a lead that promises to solve the case of her own mother’s killer. In ONCE STALKED, when two soldiers are found dead on a huge military base in California, apparently killed by gunshot, military investigators are stumped. Who is killing its soldiers, inside the secure confines of its own base? And why? The FBI is called in, and Riley Paige is summoned to take the lead. As Riley finds herself immersed in the military culture, she is amazed to realize that serial killers can strike even here, in the midst of the most secure location on earth. She finds herself in a frantic cat and mouse chase, racing to decode the killer’s psychology. Yet she soon discovers she is up against a highly-trained killer, one that may, even for her, be too deadly an opponent. Dark psychological thrillers with heart-pounding suspense, the Riley Paige mysteries are a riveting new series—with a beloved new character—that will leave you turning pages late into the night.
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