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Roots if not wings! where did EMU come from?. by Norman Richardson

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Published by [Churches" Peace Education Resource Centre?] in [Belfast?] .
Written in English

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Edition Notes

Keynote paper at the conference EMU in Transition, Newcastle, Co. Down, 19 May 1992.

ContributionsChurches" Peace Education Resource Centre., EMU in transition (Conference) (1992 : Newcastle, Co. Down)
The Physical Object
Pagination[iii],13 p. ;
Number of Pages13
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21722286M

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  out of 5 stars Roots and Wings review. Reviewed in the United States on J Verified Purchase. This book was really good. I got very connected to the characters and learned a lot about a culture that I did not previously know a lot about. I really thought Grace's struggles were realistic and could feel her pain throughout the /5(4). A book reading list will be sent 2 weeks before the first day of classes, all these books can easily be located at your local library, but reading will not be required. During class, we'll have a fun time reviewing these stories, and the semester will conclude with our class having our very own "History Bee".   One of the fundamental goals and responsibilities for me as a parent for the last 21 years has been the notion of giving my children Roots and raise them in a way that they feel they have a strong sense of self and of belonging and at the same time instilling in them through unconditional love, trust and respect the confidence to truly spread their wings and : Rebecca Perkins. Roots and Wings is not engaged to render any type of psychological or other kind of professional advice. You should always consult a health professional should you have concerns about your own or your child's mental or physical well-being.

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  Roots — a knowledge of belonging — and wings — a recognition of the need for autonomy; these together are what children need from their families to become productive, well-functioning and. REVIEW: “Roots and Wings - Childhood needs a Revolution" is a multi-award winning book written and published by Alex Koster, a mother, teacher, mindfulness practitioner and nature connection advocate, to support parents and educators in providing a mindful and .   Roots and Wings is the SECOND book in The Gifted Teens Series. Kassia has been given a second chance at life. Everything is finally getting back to normal - she's back at Glendale Institute with her friends and amazing boyfriend/5(6).   Two lasting bequests possible for parents to give their children are roots and wings. Also in a book titled “Marriage and Family life: A Jewish View” included a streamlined version of the saying with an acknowledgement to Carter: 7.