New Wonder ist die neueste Ergänzung aus dem Sortiment Disney Kinder. Es verbindet den Rummel des Augenblicks mit den Produkten, die ein gutes Preis -Leistungs-Verhältnis bieten . Diese New Wonder Kollektion bietet eine komplette Palette von Schul- und Gepäckstücken für Mädchen und Jungen im Alter von 3-9 Jahren. Alle Softside -Designs wurden mit hochwertigen Siebdruck angepasst , so dass die Zeichen schön herausspringen : New Wonder ist einfach perfekt und qualitativ um ihre Kinder mit den beliebtesten Disney-Figuren glücklich zu machen! Hauptfach mit Reißverschluss Frontfach mit RV reflektierende Details ergonomische Schultergurte Adressfeld
Three strands in the braid: Three Native American Learning Stories: Who Speaks for Wolf, Winter White and Summer Gold, Many Circles, Many Paths, by Paula Underwood. Music created and performed by Mazatl Galindo. Wolf Songs created and performed by Canis Lupus Lobo.Based upon a 10,000 year old oral tradition, these stories reflect three essential elements of the cumulative wisdom of Paula Underwood's Native American ancestors. "Who Speaks for Wolf" deals with the human impact on the Earth, "Winter White and Summer Gold" deals with planning for the future, "Many Circles, Many Paths" deals with living together in peace. Body, mind, spirit. Learning stories are designed to integrate thinking and heighten ability to gather and process information toward clearer decisions. The stories awaken an understanding of the unique problems and solutions of the intellectual, physical, and spiritual aspects of the cycle of life. Based in Native American lore, the questions asked, and the lessons learned, serve to enable understanding in all who have "listening ears". These Learning Stories have been used over the past 20 years by schools from pre-K to graduate school, corporate trainers, healthcare providers, and folklorists the world over. This audiobook features the stories read by the author. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Paula Underwood. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/025388/bk_acx0_025388_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
POLYDOR RECORDS DEBUT ALBUM, HEARD IT IN A PAST LIFE, OUT JANUARY 18TH 2019 HEADLINE DATES INCLUDING FEBRUARY 19TH SHOW AT O2 ACADEMY BRIXTON & BANQUET RECORDS ALBUM RELEASE SHOW ON THE 20TH ROGERS NAMED YOUTUBE’S NEXT ARTIST ON THE RISE Acclaimed producer/songwriter/performer Maggie Rogers’ Polydor Records debut album Heard It In A Past Life is out now on CD, digital and vinyl formats. Fans who pre-ordered the digital album will have received the five tracks that have been released thus far: “Light On,” “Give A Little,” “Alaska,” “On + Off” and “Fallingwater.” Cumulative streams for these five songs already exceed 230 million globally . In a striking, single-shot video, Rogers performs her single, “Light On,” with 50 fans and guitarist Elle Puckett. Produced by La Blogothèque (Justin Timberlake, Chris Stapleton), the video was filmed last November in Paris and directed by Elie Girad. View the clip HERE. Rogers has been chosen as the first YouTube Artist On The Rise (AOTR) of 2019. The program features eight artists of varied genres over the course of a year. 2018, the inaugural year of AOTR, featured such artists as Rosalía, Brockhampton, Ella Mai, and many more. Rogers has also been named a Twitter Music #ArtistToFollow. The new program highlights one emerging artist per month by using their Twitter Music profile to showcase their voice and personality. “Light On” topped Billboard’s first Adult Alternative Songs tally of 2019. Rolling Stone awarded the single four stars, and praises “Light On” as “a cathartic counterpoint to today’s pop-empowerment anthems.” Streams of “Light On” surpassed one million globally in under a week and are approaching 25 million. Rogers made her spellbinding “Saturday Night Live” debut last autumn. She will play a highly anticipated date at London’s O2 Brixton Academy on February 19th as part of a global tour, with a Banquet Records album release show the following night, preceding a run of North American dates, most of which sold out in minutes. Rogers will also perform at Coachella in April- visit https://www.maggierogers.com/live/ for itinerary. Maggie Rogers grew up in Easton, Maryland in the US. After graduating from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, she released her critically acclaimed debut EP, Now That The Light Is Fading. The BBC, Tidal, Google Play, Vevo, Pandora and numerous publications – including NME, i-D, Vogue, Rolling Stone, NYLON, SPIN, Billboard and more – have tipped her as an artist to watch. NPR named her one of its Favorite Musicians and The New Yorker declares, “Maggie Rogers is an artist of her time. ” Maggie Rogers Live UK/Europe 2019 HEADLINE TOUR *Support from Mallrat 15th February Dublin The Academy 17th February Glasgow St. Luke’s 18th February Manchester O2 Ritz 19th February London O2 Academy Brixton 20th February Kingston Pryzm – Banquet Records Album Release Show 22nd February Paris La Gaîté Lyrique 24th February Brussels AB Main Hall 25th February Amsterdam Paradiso 27th February Cologne Gloria Theatre 28th February Berlin Kesselhaus 2nd March Frankfurt Zoom 3rd March Milan Magnolia 4th March Hamburg Mojo Club 6th March Copenhagen Vega 7th March Oslo Rockefeller Music Hall 8th March Stockholm Berns Heard It In A Past Life Track Listing 1. Give A Little 2. Overnight 3. The Knife 4. Alaska 5. Light On 6. Past Life 7. Say It 8. On + Off 9. Fallingwater 10. Retrograde 11. Burning 12. Back In My Body
The first-hand account of a Vietnamese refugee who now lives the American dream. Where the Wind Leads is the remarkable account of Vinh Chung and his refugee family’s daring escape from communist oppression for the chance of a better life in America. It’s a story of personal sacrifice, redemption, endurance against almost insurmountable odds, and what it truly means to be American. Vinh Chung was born in South Vietnam, just eight months after it fell to the communists in 1975. His family was wealthy, controlling a rice-milling empire worth millions; but within months of the communist takeover, the Chungs lost everything and were reduced to abject poverty. Knowing that their children would have no future under the new government, the Chungs decided to flee the country. In 1979, they joined the legendary “boat people” and sailed into the South China Sea, despite knowing that an estimated two hundred thousand of their countrymen had already perished at the hands of brutal pirates and violent seas. Where the Wind Leads follows Vinh Chung and his family on their desperate journey from pre-war Vietnam, through pirate attacks on a lawless sea, to a miraculous rescue and a new home in the unlikely town of Fort Smith, Arkansas. There Vinh struggled against poverty, discrimination, and a bewildering language barrier—yet still managed to graduate from Harvard Medical School. Where the Wind Leads is Vinh’s tribute to the courage and sacrifice of his parents, a testimony to his family’s faith, and a reminder to people everywhere that the American dream, while still possible, carries with it a greater responsibility. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Josh Aaron. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/tnwd/000363/bk_tnwd_000363_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) or to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) is a hot career choice these days. The desire to see the world is common. Travel is one way, but people are finding it hard to take vacations these days. What if you could combine seeing the world and working? It is not easy to find jobs overseas unless you have very specialized skills and advanced foreign language fluency. For native speakers of English, TEFL/TESOL seems like a great solution. There are as many ways to teach English overseas as there are people willing to teach overseas. Indeed, your motivation for doing so should be your main influence when selecting where and how to teach. Here are just a few of the ways to teach English overseas:• There are many chains such as English First and Wallstreet that operate language centers in countries around the world. • On several continents, and in Asia especially, there are also small, indivivual language centers, such as the hagwons in South Korea. • You can teach in a public schools at pre/primary, middle and high school levels • You can also teach at private schools. Many countries have an American school or a Canadian school, or and International School offering an IB program.• You can teach at public universities. Teaching hours are very few, but class size is very high, so if you’re teaching composition, for example, you’ll have a lot of correcting to do. • You can teach at one of the many private colleges popping up all over - some with associations with US or Australian universities. • You can teach as a volunteer at a village school or in an orphanage. • You can teach as a missionary or with one of the many religious service organizations that are non-proselytizing. • You can teach executives as a consultant with one firm (inhouse) or with a service that has many corporate clients. • You can teach with a government program such 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jason Butler. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/162455/bk_acx0_162455_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Nominated for the National Book Award: The story of a middle-aged American man searching for himself in the ruins of Mexico. At the start of this vibrant and invigorating novel, Robert Brill has a farm, a law practice, a daughter in high school, a son fighting in Vietnam, and a wife who deep-dives into the sherry bottle every night. What more can a typical Midwesterner ask for in the late 1960s? A lot, thinks Brill. Tired of distracting himself with drinking, hunting, and sleeping around, Brill leaves Illinois and his family to join an archaeological dig in Puebla, Mexico. As he sifts through pre-Columbian artifacts, Brill considers the ruins of his life and imagines what might have been. One exhilarating fantasy involves a beautiful and free-spirited woman named Gabby. If there is a lesson to be learned from cataloging ancient pottery shards, however, it is that the past never disappears, no matter how far you try to run from it. Hilarious, candid, and deeply felt, Brill Among the Ruins is considered by many critics to be Vance Bourjaily's finest novel. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Fleet Cooper. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/023292/bk_adbl_023292_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Barack Obama's keynote speech at the 2004 Democratic National Convention instantly catapulted the little-known state senator from Illinois into the national spotlight. Three months later Obama would win election to the US Senate; four years later he would make history as America's first black president. Now, at the end of his second presidential term, David J. Garrow delivers the most compelling and comprehensive biography ever written of Obama in the years preceding his presidency. Moving around the globe, from Hawaii to Indonesia to the American Northeast and Midwest, Rising Star: The Making of Barack Obama meticulously unpacks Obama's life, from his tumultuous upbringing in Honolulu and Jakarta to his formative time as a community organizer on Chicago's South Side, working in some of the roughest neighborhoods, to Cambridge, where he excelled at Harvard Law School, and finally back to Chicago, where he pursued his political destiny. In voluminous detail, drawn from more than 1,000 interviews and encyclopedic documentary research, Garrow reveals as never before the ambition, the dreams, and the all-too-human struggles of an iconic president in a sure to be news-making biography that will stand as the most authoritative account of Obama's pre-presidential life for decades to come. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Charles Constant. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/harp/005972/bk_harp_005972_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
When most of us think of Charles Lindbergh, we picture a dashing 25-year-old aviator stepping out of the Spirit of St. Louis after completing his solo flight across the Atlantic. What we don't see is the awkward high school student, who preferred ogling new gadgets at the hardware store to watching girls walk by in their summer dresses. Sure, Lindbergh's unique mindset invented the pre-flight checklist, but his obsession with order also led him to demand that his wife and three German mistresses account for all their household expenditures in detailed ledgers. Lucky Lindy is just one of several American icons whom Joshua Kendall puts on the psychologist's couch in America's Obsessives. In this fascinating look at the arc of American history through the lens of compulsive behavior, he shows how some of our nation's greatest achievements - from the Declaration of Independence to the invention of the iPhone - have roots in the disappointments and frustrations of early childhood. Starting with the obsessive natures of some of Silicon Valley's titans, including Steve Jobs, Kendall moves on to profile seven iconic figures, such as founding father Thomas Jefferson, licentious librarian Melvil Dewey, condiment kingpin H. J. Heinz, slugger Ted Williams, and Estée Lauder. This last personality was so obsessed with touching other women's faces that she transformed her compulsion into a multibillion-dollar cosmetics corporation. Entertaining and instructive, Kendall offers up a few scoops along the way: Little do most Americans know that Charles Lindbergh, under the alias Clark Kent, sired seven children with his three German "wives". As Lindbergh's daughter Reeve told Kendall, "Now I know why he was gone so much. I also understand why he was delighted when I was learning German." 1. Language: English. Narrator: Peter Ganim. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/hach/001297/bk_hach_001297_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.