George (Scholastic Gold) Book Summary : A bright, bold debut about a girl who happens to have been born a boy, but refuses to let that stand in the way of her dream.
George Book Summary : "Allow me to introduce you to a remarkable book, full of love, wonder, hope, and the importance of getting to be who you were meant to be. You must read this." - David Levithan, author of Every Day and editor of George. When people look at George, they think they see a boy. But she knows she's not a boy. She knows she's a girl. George thinks she'll have to keep this a secret forever. Then her teacher announces that their class play is going to be Charlotte's Web. George really, really, REALLY wants to play Charlotte. But the teacher says she can't even try out for the part . . . because she's a boy.
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George Sandys Book Summary : The Caroline poet George Sandys had an exceptionally interesting early career as traveller and colonist; this study of his work following his return to England sheds new light on the expression of religious and political moderation prior to the Civil War.
George Steiner Book Summary : Essays examine the nature of literary criticism, language, culture, Tolstoy, Racine, Heidegger, and treason
George Pemba Book Summary : A biography of the artist George Pemba, describing his childhood, his education, his financial struggles, and his eventual success as a "painter of the people" who portrayed the life of ordinary black South Africans. The book ends with a project for children on colour mixing.
George Washington Carver Book Summary : Profiles the agriculturalist and teacher who invented more than three hundred uses for peanuts.
George Eastman Book Summary : George Eastman transformed the world of photography. In this revealing and informative biography, Elizabeth Brayer draws a vivid portrait of this enigmatic and complex man.
George Washington Book Summary : A biographical encyclopedia contains alphabetical entries covering Washington's military and political career, personal and family life, landownings, slaveholdings, business dealings, and correspondence.
The Rhetorical Presidency of George H. W. Bush Book Summary : For George H. W. Bush, the distinction between campaigning (“politics”) and governing (“principles”) was crucial. Once in office, he abandoned his campaign mode and with it the rhetorical strategies that brought electoral success. Not recognizing the crucial importance of rhetoric to policy formation and implementation, Bush forfeited the resources of the bully pulpit and paid the price of electoral defeat. In this first-ever analysis of Bush’s rhetoric to draw on the archives of the Bush Presidential Library, scholars explore eight major events or topics associated with his presidency: the first Gulf War, the fall of the Berlin wall, the “New World Order,” Bush’s “education presidency,” his environmental stance, the “vision thing,” and the influence of the Religious Right. The volume concludes with a cogent of the 1992 re-election campaign and Bush’s last-gasp use of economic rhetoric.Drawing on the resources of the Bush Presidential Library and interviews with many of Bush’s White House aides, the scholars included in this tightly organized volume ask, How well did President Bush and his administration respond to events, issues, and situations? In the process, they also suggest how a more perceptive embrace of the art of rhetoric might have allowed them to respond more successfully.The Rhetorical Presidency of George H. W. Bush breaks important ground for our understanding of the forty-first president’s time in office and the reasons it ended so quickly.
Heroes for Young Readers - George Muller Book Summary : Recount the life story of the German minister who opened the orphanages in Great Britain by great faith and passion.
George Bernard Shaw Book Summary : This set comprises 40 volumes covering nineteenth and twentieth century European and American authors. These volumes will be available as a complete set, mini boxed sets (by theme) or as individual volumes. This second set compliments the first 68 volume set of Critical Heritage published by Routledge in October 1995.
George Mason, Forgotten Founder Book Summary : In this first full biography of George Mason (1725-92) in a quarter-century, Jeff Broadwater shows that Mason was often driven by concerns about the abuse of political power, which went to the essence of the American experience. Illustrations.
George Herbert Mead and Human Conduct Book Summary : Unpublished book manuscript and related correspondence by famous symbolic interactionist Herbert Blumer concerning the work of George Herbert Mead, the founder of symbolic interactionism. Includes an introduction and notes by Thomas J. Morrione. Visit our website for sample chapters!
George Eliot Book Summary : Offers a brief biography of George Eliot and discusses the plot, characters, and themes of "Silas Marner," "Middlemarch," and other works.