The contents of this book are systematically edited to facilitate children to master the core knowledge of reading, math, logistical thinking, and handwriting. The font used in this book is designed by Mr. Schuger specifically for the fundamental of a neat, elegant and faster handwriting style. This book consists of 26 chapters each represented by a letter from A to Z. Each chapter starts with Fine Motor Exercises by tracing alphabet and artistic figures, followed by math practices and word problems or reading poems. Kids will enjoy the learning process with this book greatly. The most challenging part of this book is the word problems at every other chapter. The stories used for the word problem are specially written for kids to form links from mathematical concepts to their daily life, and to grasp logical thinking skills at earlier age. The logical thinking skill is the corner stone of leadership skills. Studies have shown that 75% top ranked high school graduates start their top ranked status at their earlier elementary year. The status is naturally maintained through elementary, middle school and high school, and eventually leads to college scholarships and grants which translate to thousands of dollars. We bring your children this book to provide a tool for them to start on a track to the top ranking class of their peers.
"Royalties of the sale of this book go towards supporting children in South Africa"
This book is organised into four parts that are interrelated as a thread that runs through my 70 year life as a person, and as a researcher on topics that are dealt with in the corresponding parts in the body of this book.
I do not claim any exclusivity to any of these learnings that have been researched and published by me, as can be seen at the end of the book under Bibliography, but put them at the service of the readers that they may apply them and add value to their own lives and business scenarios. I also stress the importance of cultural beliefs and gender issues, as they are key to effective communication and peace.
Part 1 traces my life in Spain during the Civil War and World War 2 at Rio Tinto and my schooling at Stonyhurst College a traditional Catholic school. I married in Malta and had two children. This ended in separation and divorce leading to my living apart from my children for 20 years. The scenario of my family in South Africa outlines the marriage and establishment of a peaceful and secure home environment and eventually being reunited with the family in Malta.
Part 2 describes my 50 year career in brewing industry with experiences in Malta, Denmark, India, USA, Canada, Spain, China Hong Kong, Mozambique and South Africa. The political changes in South Africa in 1994 brought with it many challenges to integrate the previously disadvantaged majority of people into equal living, working and educational standards and conditions. Business travel to various parts of the world required ongoing communication with local and business people to forge relationships that have lasted over the years.
Part 3 deals with the social, religious and political scenarios in Spain, during the Civil War and World War 2, in India and in South Africa, and how these effected the working environments.
Part 4. Network Africa A Complex System, originally conceived by me in 1998, describes a process of change that can be applied in many Complex Systems. .
It explains the elements required to achieve change in a peaceful and sustainable manner within different world scenarios.
'!A Volar!' is a new primary Spanish course from Collins, offering a fun and engaging approach to language learning. Developed to meet the requirements of primary school curriculums, '!A Volar!' introduces the Spanish language to children in a highly accessible format for beginners and young learners, with careful progression through the levels. Designed to complement the main coursebooks, the workbooks provide additional material for practice and reinforcement. Carefully graded exercises allow students to revisit and revise the core vocabulary and language points of each unit, while review sections at regular intervals allow for further consolidation and can be used for assessment purposes.
The SOGR was set up to teach how to successfully negotiate a dark decade and manage the transition through to the Digital Age. The principal of the School, William Houston, explains why the efforts of politicians to balance their books are unlikely to succeed while keeping the present superstructure of the state which has grown at the expense of rising debt. With the world suffering some of the greatest natural and man-made imbalances ever, the result is a watershed in global affairs that has not been present for centuries. These events are driving many people in the Western World into a sense of despair that is endangering their jobs, homes, savings and pensions. However, through the manageable darkness will emerge the Digital Age when every person will have the possibility of having the dignity of making their own contribution. The aim of SOGR is to explain how we can get out of the mess and advance into the uplands of the Digital Age. It provides a guide for all those in any sort of authority, setting out courses of action in the hope that a dark age in human affairs may be passed through with the minimum of human suffering. ""William Houston is a master at seeing the relevance of the lessons of history to the present day problems. His previous books have been full of predictions of developments that have now become reality. He is now able to set out a teaching course to help the world pull out of the problems it has gotten into. This instruction will be of interest to all who hope to survive the bear market."" Robin Griffiths, Chief Strategist of the ECU Group and former chairman of the International Society of Technical Analysts
This illustrated three-volume catalogue of the works of painter and engraver William Hogarth (1697-1764) was the result of 'Hogarthomania', the enthusiasm for all his productions which arose soon after his death. The publisher and author John Nichols (1745-1826), assisted by the collector and literary critic George Steevens, published a life of Hogarth and a list of his works in 1781, and as disputes increasingly arose over the genuineness of some of the prints attributed to him, enlarged versions appeared in 1782 and 1785. This work, published between 1808 and 1817, is the last in the sequence of Nichols' works on Hogarth, and remains a useful source for art historians and anyone interested in the cultural life of the eighteenth century. Volume 1 contains a biography of Hogarth, Volume 2 a catalogue of his works, and Volume 3 further plates, critiques and sales catalogues.
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