Author: Lillia Fader
Publisher: BOD GmbH DE
In diesem Buch erklärt Lillia Fader anschaulich die Alltagstauglichkeit der vitalstoffreichen Vollwertkost und gibt dabei einen Einblick in die Grundlagen dieser Ernährungsform. Zugleich wird deutlich, dass die Zubereitung vitalstoffreicher Rezepte häufig weniger Zeit in Anspruch nimmt als bei vielen Gerichten herkömmlicher Kost.
Author: Matthew Kenney
Publisher: Gibbs Smith
Everyday Raw Desserts combines Matthew Kenney's fresh recipes and sense of style to create fabulous all-raw desserts. Matthew is well known and respected in the raw food world. The book includes an abundance of recipes not typically expected to be raw, from cakes, pies, puddings, and flans to brownies, candy, cookies, and ice cream. Forty breathtaking photos and more than seventy-five recipes will make a sweet splash on the raw food scene.
Author: Alistair Bryce-Clegg
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
In the original book – Continuous Provision, Alistair Bryce-Clegg covered what effective continuous provision should look like and how practitioners could achieve it by linking their provision directly to assessment. This new title: The Skills, demonstrates that in every area of continuous provision (like sand, water, role play, small world etc) there are 'pure' skills that children can only learn in that area and there are 'facilitative' skills that children can learn through that area. Each of these 'pure' and 'facilitative' skills needs to be acknowledged, assessed and taught and this is the premise of this new title. In The Skill of Continuous Provision Alistair: Revisits (briefly) the principles of effective continuous provision Looks at each area of continuous provision in turn and identifies a range of 'pure' and 'facilitative' skills Shows how the provision itself (resources) should be leveled 'top', 'middle' and 'emergent' to meet the development needs of all children irrespective of how old they are. Gives some comprehensive examples of how to break those skills down into top, middle, emergent e.g. in 'Paint' he identifies skills that children need to learn when using paint like texturising, application, printing etc. He then takes each of those skills individually and show how a skill like printing could be broken down into three broad stages. Asks and answers questions like: What would really basic, lower level printing look like? What sort of resources would facilitate effective learning in this area of development? By the end of the book the practitioner should have a really practical guide to differentiated skill development in continuous provision.
Author: Anita Johnston
Publisher: Gurze Books
Teaches women to free themselves from eating disorders by finding the metaphors hidden in their own life stories
Author: Kati Neville, Lindsay Tkacsik
Publisher: Storey Publishing
Save time, money, and stress while serving up healthy delicious food your whole family will love. Kati Neville and Lindsay Tkacsik show you how to buy groceries in bulk, prepare easy dishes, package them in meal-sized bags, and then stock the freezer with ready-to-defrost-and-serve homemade meals. With 125 recipes that include main courses, sides, desserts, and more, Fix, Freeze, Feast is the perfect cookbook for budget-conscious shoppers, warehouse club members, and anyone who wants to put great meals on the table with less effort and expense.
Author: Benjamin F. Martin
Publisher: LSU Press
"When Benjamin Martin's latest report from the front of French fallibility does not read like a tragedy, whose end is foreordained, it reads like a melodrama: sensational doings punctuated by catchy melodies like 'L'Internationale' and 'La Marseillaise.' In both cases it reads well.... French life in the run-up to World War II was a gangrenous decomposition, to be followed by still worse. The country's leaders found nary a pratfall that they could avoid. They chose a semblance of peace above honor and ended up with neither.... In spite of a masterful prologue, successful synthesis, elegant concision and lucid presentation (or perhaps thanks to them), the reader can't help sharing the nation's shames. A tribute to the historian's talent." -- Eugen Weber, Phi Beta Kappa Key Reporter At the beginning of 1938, containment of Nazi Germany by a coalition of eastern and western democracies without resorting to war was still a distinct possibility. By the end of 1938, however, Germany was much stronger, the western democracies stood alone, and war was all but certain. The primary cause for these developments, argues Benjamin F. Martin, was the foreign and domestic policies adopted by the French government and embraced by the French people. In a riveting account of the dark days leading up to France's defeat and occupation, Martin reveals a great and civilized nation committing a kind of suicide in 1938. Using movies, novels, newspapers, and sensational court cases, Martin weaves an absorbing tale of France's collective fear and melancholy during this troubled prewar period.
Author: Gina Greifenstein
Publisher: Silverback Books
50 easy palate-pleasers from 1 simple batter! Whether you need a coffee cake for a mid-morning pick me up, or a show-stopper for a formal gathering, this book provides ample ideas across the board. Also includes fresh decorating ideas and alternatives to traditional frosting.
Author: Byung-Chul Han
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
In his philosophical reflections on the art of lingering, acclaimed cultural theorist Byung-Chul Han argues that the value we attach today to the vita activa is producing a crisis in our sense of time. Our attachment to the vita activa creates an imperative to work which degrades the human being into a labouring animal, an animal laborans. At the same time, the hyperactivity which characterizes our daily routines robs human beings of the capacity to linger and the faculty of contemplation. It therefore becomes impossible to experience time as fulfilling. Drawing on a range of thinkers including Heidegger, Nietzsche and Arendt, Han argues that we can overcome this temporal crisis only by revitalizing the vita contemplativa and relearning the art of lingering. For what distinguishes humans from other animals is the capacity for reflection and contemplation, and when life regains this capacity, this art of lingering, it gains in time and space, in duration and vastness.