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Amber's Donkey

Authors: Julian Austwick, Tracy Austwick, Ruth Kelly

Publisher: Ebury Press (2016)

Amber's Donkey is an inspirational story about overcoming adversity. When Shocks the donkey was left for dead on a farm in Ireland, no one ever thought he would make a full recovery. When Amber and her twin sister Hope were born 26 weeks premature, it was Amber who was separated from family and rushed into theatre for an emergency tracheostomy. Her parents were given the devastating news that she had Cerebral Palsy and would be unlikely to walk or talk. Then Amber met Shocks at the Donkey Sanctuary and their lives were changed for good. This is their touching story of recovery through friendship.

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An Introduction To The Hair And Beauty Sector Entry 3 Level 1

Authors: Gilly Ford, Helen Stewart, Samantha Taylor

Publisher: Heinemann (2011)

Written by a team of experienced authors so you can be sure the content is relevant, pitched at the right level and of the highest quality. Content is closely matched to the learning outcomes and assessment criteria for the main awarding bodies so learners can be confident that everything is covered. Each unit is presented in topic spreads and designed with a variety of learning styles and abilities in mind, making the content even more accessible. Covers 14 units - enough for completion of a full Level 1 Diploma. Contains a variety of engaging, active and practical activities to cater for the differing needs of all your learners.

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Children, Feelings And Divorce

Author: Heather Smith

Publisher: Free Association Books (1999)

The outcome of the author's twenty-five years of working with children whose parents have divorced, "Children, Feelings and Divorce" contains a unique feature chapter where the author addresses children and their concerns about their divorcing parents. This book has a positive approach and should be essential reading for anyone with children who are facing a divorce.

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Clowns' Gallery

Author: Bridget Gibbs

Part of a series: All Aboard Series Stage 7

Publisher: Harcourt Education (1995)

Part of the All Aboard Non Fiction series. This book explains different characteristics of various types of clowns throughout history, describing their costumes, make up and personalities. It also gives a brief description of some of the most famous clowns, including some who are still popular today.

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Cope Certificate Of Personal Effectiveness

Author: Asdan

Publisher: Asdan Education

CoPE provides a framework for the development, assessment and accreditation of generic and wider key skills and wider activities, through a nationally recognised qualification at Level 3. The qualification offers imaginative ways of accrediting young people's activities. It promotes, and allows centres to record, a wide range of personal qualities, abilities and achievements of young people, as well as introducing them to new activities and challenges.

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Depressive Illness

Author: Dr Tim Cantopher

Publisher: Sheldon Press (2012)

This book has helped many thousands of those who have depression. This new edition, written by a leading consultant psychiatrist, explains that depression tests the strongest of us. Dr Cantopher guides the reader through the nature of depression, its history, symptoms, causes and treatments. He covers the latest information on medications, new guidelines as to the management of depression, and stresses that no one should be to blame for succumbing to depression.

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Dr. Atkins' New Diet Revolution

Author: Dr Robert C Atkins

Publisher: Vermilion (1999)

Not a conventional diet book, Dr Atkins New Diet Revolution shows you how you can lose substantial weight while promising that you need never go hungry. Follow the Atkins' Diet and forget counting calories. Watch the fat melt away as a healthier and firmer body emerges. Enjoy more energy as well as freedom from a range of ailments from diabetes to heart disease. How can one diet do all of this? Simple. Ninety-five percent of overweight people have a metabolic, not an eating disorder. The Atkins' Diet boosts your metabolic rate and once your metabolism is changed, your body adjusts automatically to a new way of burning fat. So you can lose weight without reducing - or counting calories. On the Atkins' Diet you can: Eat luxuriously and feel completely satisfied Experience the metabolic boost the Atkins' Diet provides Use a maintenance diet that will ensure you never become fat again Enjoy mouth-watering, gourmet recipes

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Everything I've Ever Done That Worked

Author: Lesley Garner

Publisher: Hay House (2009)

Lesley Garner has produced the perfect bedside book for those nights when you can't sleep and it's too late to call a friend... An inspiring and elegantly written companion.' You magazine 'Superb' The Independent I never put down Everything I've Ever Done That Worked without gleaning some sort of solace or inspiration.' The Saturday Times Magazine 'A record of the therapies and techniques that can make life happier.' The Daily Telegraph This book is distilled from Lesley Garner's personal resource book, the one she wrote for herself from 30 years of notes, articles and diaries. She put her experiences down on paper so that she could turn to them when life bowled her over and she forgot what worked. In doing so she has created a fantastic spiritual and emotional first aid kit. Lesley Garner's thoughts and observations have been published in many national newspapers and magazines, including The Sunday Times, The Daily Telegraph, Daily Mail and Evening Standard. She has been an art critic, book and film reviewer, as well as a columnist and social commentator. www.lesleygarner.com

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Gcse Health & Social Care

Authors: Hilary Thomson, Sylvia Aslangul

Publisher: Hodder Education (2009)

Endorsed by OCR for use with the OCR GCSE Health and Social Care specification, this book is a clear and comprehensive introduction to all aspects of health and social care. OCR Health and Social Care for GCSE is a brand new, full-colour resource that provides an accessible guide to the OCR qualification as well as other Level 2 health and social care related qualifications. Contents include: 1. Health, Social Care and Early Years Provision 2. Understanding Personal Development and Relationships 3. Promoting Health and Well-being 4. Safeguarding and Protecting Individuals.

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Gcse Health And Social Care

Authors: Hilary Thomson, Sylvia Aslangul

Publisher: Hodder and Stoughton (2002)

GCSE Health and Social Care has been written to match all three units in the brand new GCSE specification, and is suitable for use with all awarding bodies. This text covers all the knowledge and skills a student will need to succeed at this level. In full colour throughout, the clear layout together with illustrations and photographs ensures that the text is easily read and absorbed.

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