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Girl Plus Pen


Author : Stephanie Corfee
language : en
Publisher: Capstone Classroom
Release Date : 2016-01-01


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"Lively text and fun illustrations guide artists to create their own doodle artworks."--

Girl With A Pen


Author : Elisabeth Kyle
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 1964


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Doodle Diary


Author : Dawn Sokel
language : en
Publisher: Gibbs Smith
Release Date : 2010-08-01


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Turn your doodles into a personal journal and into art, to boot! In the tradition of Keri Smith (Wreck This Journal, This Is Not a Book), Dawn DeVries Sokol has created a fun, easy artist's journal to get kids started with the basics. Doodle about your day; makes lists of your favorite things; write goals and daydream; try different mediums like pens, watercolors, and found art; add in family photos or ticket stubs; use Xerox transfers; and much, much more to create a casual, playful, and often thoughtful journal of your life.

Retarded Girl Raised In Dog Pen


Author : Lauren Leigh
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 2014-03-13


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A Spellbinding Murder Mystery That Offers a Sympathetic Look At the Struggles Faced By Individuals with Disabilities Baby is every adoptive parent's nightmare-blind, paralyzed from the waist down, unable to speak, and diagnosed with developmental and intellectual disabilities. For the first 10 years of her life she is raised outside in a dog pen by a cruel adoptive father, a Mississippi deputy sheriff who values his bird dogs more than his daughter. Retarded Girl Raised in Dog Pen is the story of Baby's abusive childhood and her placement in a Mississippi mental institution for individuals with severe intellectual disabilities after the brutal murder of her father and the arrest of her mother, and her desperate attempt to escape the institution. Once the mother is convicted of murder and sentenced to death, the story takes a bizarre twist as mental health professionals discover that Baby is capable of communication, despite being trapped inside a body that holds her prisoner. Demonstrating the type of rancid hate speech that individuals with intellectual disabilities are subjected to each day in the community, some individuals expressing comments about the book have used hateful language to denounce the use of the word "retarded" in the title. The publisher stands by that usage because it is representative of how the media and the public in general have bastardized the former diagnostic term of "mental retardation" and continue to apply it to individuals diagnosed with intellectual disabilities. The book clearly reflects that change and individuals who use the old term are corrected throughout the book. If course the question for this story is, how much does Baby know about her father's death? And can she prove her mother's innocence? As the mother sits on death row, the clock ticking, a brilliant psychologist has the shock of her life when she discovers that Baby is not who she seems. The question is will the psychologist be able to solve the mystery in time to save the mother's life? Similar to One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest in the manner in which it reveals the inner workings of a mental institution, it is, in the end, about the triumph of intellect and passion over indifference and cruelty. This brilliant book is written in the tradition of The Sound and the Fury and To Kill a Mockingbird, two novels that address the complex issue of intellectual disabilities.

The Everything Girls Ultimate Body Art Book


Author : Thaneeya McArdle
language : en
Publisher: "F+W Media, Inc."
Release Date : 2014-08-08


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Provides instructions for creating original body art from simple shapes and intricate flowers to sugar skulls and henna designs.

Girl Mans Up


Author : M-E Girard
language : en
Publisher: HarperCollins
Release Date : 2016-09-06


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Like Julie Anne Peters’ Keeping You a Secret, Girl Mans Up is a totally engrossing portrayal of a gay teen’s coming of age. Pen is only comfortable dressing like a boy, but it’s confusing to her friends and unacceptable to her family. And then one day she meets Blake, and little by little, it all begins to make sense. Pen Oliviera is sort of chunky, an amazing gamer and a girl. Mistaken for a boy in restaurants, bathrooms and everywhere else—all she wants is to be the kind of girl she is. “So, you’re like, a girl?” Avery asks. “Like a gay girl?” “Uh…” I say, staring back at her, pulling the straw in and out of my cup, making it squeak against the plastic lid. Colby takes a drag, and exhales liquid smoke in swirls. “I just didn’t want to assume…” Avery says, frowning. “Assume I’m a girl? I am, so that’s cool,” I say. “Do your parents know?” “That I’m a girl?” Colby snorts a laugh. “That you’re gay,” Avery says. “I don’t really know. I guess it’s obvious,” I say, but I don’t think of myself as being gay, because that word sounds like it belongs to some guy. And lesbian sounds like it’s some forty-year-old woman’s. And queer feels like it can mean anything, but like, am I queer because I like girls, or because I look the way I do? Maybe I don’t know enough words. Pen is used to catching hell for looking and acting like a boy—especially from her parents—but in the Canadian suburbs where she lives, there’s nowhere to escape to. No Greenwich Village. No Castro. No LGBT club at school. No one to talk to, either. Her pal Colby, from two doors down, gave Pen respect from the first time he met her playing hockey when they were small, but Colby has become conflicted about Pen’s value to him, and he’s really nasty. Lucky for Pen—she’s met Blake—also a gamer, and a girl who Pen says “wins everything.” Can Pen manage to respect Colby’s “loyalty code” even though his jealousy of her has become cruel and toxic? Pen has to man up and figure it out.

Fight Like A Girl


Author : Lisa Bevere
language : en
Publisher: Faithwords
Release Date : 2014-07-02


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Bestselling'author and speaker Lisa Bevere offers an'empowering, biblical alternative to the world's mixed messages on female design and behavior in this new trade paper edition of FIGHT LIKE A GIRL.