This collection of infant reading books works as the skills-focused backbone of guided reading resources, with step-by-step skills coverage and the full range of genre. The scheme correlates to the NLS and the Scottish 5-14 Attainment targets for children. The readers in this scheme feature a wide range of genres (including non-fiction) and are levelled to "Book Bands", the grading system recommended by the NLS. Within each Lighthouse band the books are organized in order of challenge, so each session moves children on. Each reader has an accompanying teaching notes booklet which gives guidance on teaching a range of reading skills.
It is evident in today's world that we are living in perilous times. In her first collection of inspirational poems, Jean Williams Turnage relies on her Christian beliefs to shine a light on challenges we may face in this lifetime and encourage others to embrace faith and rejoice in the blessings that can accompany even the most difficult moments.
Using the King James Version of the Bible as a reference, Jean shares poetry that intertwines her own observations with verse based on scripture that touches on a variety of topics and inspires further Bible reading and study. Through moving lyrical expressions showing that God is our lighthouse, Jean leads others on a spiritual journey where it soon becomes evident that even in the midst of overwhelming unrest, struggles, and pain, it is possible to rely on heavenly intervention for direction, rescue, and protection.
From the Lighthouse shares an inspirational collection of poems intended to highlight today's ills, offer comfort, and celebrate the divine miracles that come with troubles.
In her fourth book-length collection of poems, A Lake of Light and Clouds, "Terri Kirby Erickson, to adapt a phrase from the epigraph by Sharon Randall, reflects the light she has been given. A skillful poet with a compassionate heart, she is not stingy with this light. She shines it on people she sees, people like Frank and Alice or "The Man Who Cuts His Grass with Nail Scissors"; gifts from the natural world, including birds and orchids; places as varied as a Waffle House and Vasteras, Sweden; material objects, including red tractors and ice cream trucks; and experiences with urologists, hospitals, and family members or friends. T.S. Eliot would call what she does mastering the objective correlative. I call it incarnating light. As Erickson shares images and experiences in her richly textured poems, she invites her readers into her own psyche, a place where we are all likely to feel accepted and warm." -Felicia Mitchell, author of The Cleft of the Rock"
Adult colouring book for stress and anxiety. Featuring 35 mandalas to colour, from Artist and Online Business owner, Anika Moore
"In Him was life, and that life was the light of men." John 1:4 As Jesus' intimate friend and devoted disciple, John understood the beautiful life-giving power of Jesus. He experienced it in a profoundly personal way and witnessed Jesus lavishly impart it to others. John knew Jesus offered more than just a philosophy or religion to adhere to; rather, He offered life itself to all who would believe and receive it. The result? A beautifully written gospel intent on communicating the fullness of life only Jesus Christ can bring. "Saturated in the Light and Life of Christ" is a Bible study designed to bring you on an intimate and relevant walk through the gospel of John, exploring Jesus' ongoing desire to saturate our lives with His light and life. As we encounter Christ, our response--like John and those who were touched by Jesus--will be that of grateful devotion!
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