A rolex takes flight for an unexpected journey! The rock and roll rolex is a humorous tale with clever wordplay on the musical phrase “rock and roll”. It is a book for the whole family to enjoy and for the lovers of the delicious rolex the world over! .
1. "A delightful story that children of all ages will enjoy "
-Oscar Ranzo - Author
2. "It's a wildly edu-taining story and every child who reads it will be laughing at the adventure the characters get sucked into "
-Ruth Adong Olango - Journalist
3. "The Rolex mystery wets your apetite "
-Kenneth Kimuli aka Pablo - Stand up comedian
Good Question is a textbook intended for children and youth, teachers and researchers interested in doing collaborative research in their community. The volume starts out as comic book research methods textbook that intends to introduce children and youth to the fundamental structure of the research process, its elements and steps as well as with the research activities associated with the different aspects of research practice in general and arts-based/image-based research in particular. This unique approach allows children and youth to learn the “craft of research” in a play-ful way and to become knowledgeable and competent co-researchers with adults, contributing to all phases of the study’s design. The volume encourages teachers and researchers to see the important role of play in teaching children and young people about the research process, and gives them the tools to engage children and youth in playful arts-based/image-based inquiries. The complexity of exploring collaborative research required an innovative way of overcoming the linearity of a paper-bound print text and the way we read it. The volume is intentionally organized in three sections, starting with the comic book because it invites an openness to layered, non-linear (research) literacy. The volume also includes an anthology of research examples of conducting arts-based/image-based research with children, and several theoretical essays focused on play as research and collaborative arts-based/image-based research.
It’s hard to know how to handle bullies. But NOT telling someone and NOT stopping the bully can be dangerous. Bullying is not new and it can happen to anyone. Remember that if you are bullied, you’re not alone. And it’s not your fault. Anyone can be a target; in fact, bullies often pick on children who did nothing to provoke them. Let’s see what Longger-Jo did. Should he have acted differently?What would you do?
The Ana and Pitsi series of stories are written to be enjoyed by children and parents alike. The stories take place in the barren lands of northern Canada. The North West Territories are cold and uninviting, but have been the home to people who have learned to survive and thrive in an environment that most would find impossible.
It is in this land where two little Inuit girls, Anana and Pitsiark Oglukark find themselves with a certain ability that allows them to become more a part of the world they live in. Follow their journeys as they travel through the frozen land of their birth. They have no Shopping Malls, pretty dresses, sleepovers, cell phones or dancing slippers. What they have each other, their family, and a Polar Bear named Koluk.
We hope you enjoy a book that is not of Fairy tales and pink elephants, but of people who live and love on the shores of the Beaufort Sea. The stories attempt to create, as the old cliché goes, ‘a movie in your head’ and an appreciation of a life that few fortunate humans have experienced.
Both of Sitwe Joseph's parents died from HIV/AIDS. Now he is an orphan living with his siblings and grandmother in a small village in Uganda, east Africa. Sitwe's sister takes life in stride, accepting all the hard work that is given to her. Sitwe is not ready to accept his lot. He dreams of going to school, and is determined to find a way to get an education