Juvenile Nonfiction

Water Dance

Author: Thomas Locker

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

ISBN: 0547546416

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

View: 5232

From a gentle mountain pond to a raging waterfall or from a silent ocean mist to a sparkling rainbow, dramatic text and paintings give water voice and substance in this tribute to water in all its glorious forms. Inspiring and informative, Water Dance is a poetic introduction to one of nature’s most basic elements. Scientific facts about water and its role in our lives are included. “Thirteen lushly romantic oil paintings, accompanied by spare, poetic text, offer viewers a sensuous introduction to the water cycle.”--The Bulletin
Dancers

Water Dance

Author: Howard Schatz

Publisher: Amphoto

ISBN: 9781888001204

Category: Dancers

Page: 176

View: 8556

Shooting underwater is an artform, and so is dance photography. Howard Schatz is a master of both. In Water/Dance, he presents classical dancers flying unencumbered by the effects of gravity. In a remarkable combination of light, color and design, these images celebrate the power of movement, the grace of design, and the expressiveness of dance. Over 100 full-color illustrations.
Juvenile Fiction

Sun Dance, Water Dance

Author: Jonathan London,Greg Couch

Publisher: Dutton Childrens Books

ISBN: 9780525466826

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

View: 411

In verse, shares the feelings and adventures of playing under the sun and in the water while staying in a cabin in the woods.

Sarafina's Water Dance

Author: Beverly E. Barracks

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781732269705

Category:

Page: N.A

View: 9579

Fiction

Waterdance

Author: Anne Logston

Publisher: Tarcher

ISBN: 9780441006137

Category: Fiction

Page: 263

View: 1187

A great warrior known for both her swordsmanship and her magical talents, Peri rescues a prisoner from a Sarkond camp and is forced into an uneasy alliance with a dreaded Sarkond heretic to survive and fulfill an ancient prophecy. Original.
Juvenile Fiction

Cloud Dance

Author: Thomas Locker

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

ISBN: 9780152022310

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

View: 1880

Clouds of many shapes and sizes drift and dance across the sky. Includes factual information on the formation and different kinds of clouds.
Juvenile Nonfiction

Mountain Dance

Author: Thomas Locker

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

ISBN: 9780152026226

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

View: 8414

A poetic description of various kinds of mountains and how they are formed. Includes factual information on mountains.
Health & Fitness

Water Dance

Water Fitness for Mind, Body and Soul

Author: Juliana Larson

Publisher: Paper Chase

ISBN: 9781879706798

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 240

View: 2816

This book is a refreshment to the Chicken Soup for the Soul series and Chocolate for A Woman's Soul, by going beyond mind and spirit nurturing to the wonderful experience of nurturing in water. As an aquatics fitness instructor and therapist for over twenty years, Juliana Larson has observed water's unmistakable power to foster bonds between women. Perhaps because water has been an archetypal female symbol for thousands of years, women find great nurturing potential in a shared aquatic environment. Water is a gentle healer, and can consequently provide significant mental, spiritual, and physical benefits as one moves one's body within it. As Larson demonstrates through this collection of true stories, a pool of water can improve one's well-being, body image, and overall fitness while working to provoke positive life change. Water Dance opens all women, young and old, to entirely new ways of nurturing themselves and one another, improving their lives in the process.
Fiction

The Round-Dance of Water

Author: Sergey Kuznetsov

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781628970524

Category: Fiction

Page: 610

View: 6685

From the man Arturo Pèrez-Reverte has called "the most talented young Russian author" comes this extraordinary family saga, a journey into the depths of the human soul. The Rounddance of Water is an intricate portrait of three generations of a large family, but in this story there is no division into primary and secondary characters: each individual fate bears significant weight and runs into the bloody river of the twentieth century. The novel drifts between years, tones, and styles, and the range of its influences is overwhelming: from Rudyard Kipling through Andrei Platonov and Daniil Kharms, from gangster movies to anime.
Body, Mind & Spirit

The Heron Dance Book of Love and Gratitude

Author: Roderick MacIver

Publisher: North Atlantic Books

ISBN: 1556439555

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 86

View: 7308

"A combination of striking watercolors and inspirational poetry and prose, The Heron Dance Book of Love and Gratitude celebrates the open heart and the beauty and mystery of the natural world"--Provided by publisher.
Juvenile Nonfiction

A Drop Around the World

Author: Barbara Shaw McKinney

Publisher: Dawn Publications

ISBN: 158469243X

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

View: 652

This book is a year-after-year favorite with teachers. It engagingly leads readers around the world following a drop of water--whether as steam or snow, inside a plant or animal, or underground--teaching the wonders and importance of the water cycle. (There is lots of geography, too.) Four pages of science about the qualities of water are included.
Business & Economics

Playing the Water Dance

A guide to conducting and reporting interdisciplinary research in water resources management

Author: Lewis Jonker,Emmanuel Manzungu

Publisher: AFRICAN SUN MeDIA

ISBN: 1920109951

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 89

View: 7624

Water is the thread that connects us all. The capable student of water management must have the ability to clearly and concisely ask the right questions, formulate an actionable research plan, expeditiously carry out the research, and disseminate findings so that they may be applied directly, adapted to suit particular needs and cases, and/or debated vigorously in the public domain. To this end, Playing the Water Dance serves as a timely and useful tool for the postgraduate student, mid-career academic, skilled practitioner, and seasoned consultant alike.
Fiction

Dance Upon the Air

Author: Nora Roberts

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9780515131222

Category: Fiction

Page: 400

View: 1532

From the #1 New York Times bestselling author-the first book in the reissued Three Sisters Island trilogy is a tale of friendship, fate, and the mysterious ways of the heart.
Humor

Dancing with Jesus

Featuring a Host of Miraculous Moves

Author: Sam Stall

Publisher: Running Press Adult

ISBN: 9780762444144

Category: Humor

Page: 26

View: 7894

Are you cursed with two left feet? Are your dance moves unrighteous? Do you refrain from getting down lest others judge you cruelly? Fear not. Salvation is at hand. Singing hymns of praise is standard practice-now it's time to set your feet a-tapping with a collection of original dance moves inspired by Jesus and the likes of Moses and John the Baptist. Dances include: the Water Walk, the Temptation Tango, the Judas Hustle, and The Apostolic Conga. Each dance move is outlined with: how to, inspiration, and an illustration. Slyly irreverent but ultimately festive, Dancing with Jesus is illustrated in full color. Best of all, two of the dances are animated for full effect by a lenticular cover and last-spread finale, making this a truly one-of-a-kind novelty item! As the Bible says in Ecclesiastes, there is, "A time to weep, a time to laugh, a time to mourn, a time to dance."
Juvenile Nonfiction

Water Can Be . . .

Author: Laura Purdie Salas

Publisher: Millbrook Press

ISBN: 1467725390

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

View: 2039

Water can be a--- Thirst quencher- Kid drencher- Cloud fluffer- Fire snufferFind out about the many roles water plays in this poetic exploration of water throughout the year.
Social Science

Mask of the Spring Water

Dance as a Source of Culture in Africa

Author: Birgit Åkesson,Rachelle Puryear,Håkan Lövgren

Publisher: Mkuki Na Nyoka Pub

ISBN: 9789987080502

Category: Social Science

Page: 328

View: 773

Fiction

When the Elephants Dance

Author: Tess Uriza Holthe

Publisher: Crown

ISBN: 0676806732

Category: Fiction

Page: 384

View: 7279

“Papa explains the war like this: ‘When the elephants dance, the chickens must be careful.’ The great beasts, as they circle one another, shaking the trees and trumpeting loudly, are the Amerikanos and the Japanese as they fight. And our Philippine Islands? We are the small chickens.” Once in a great while comes a storyteller who can illuminate worlds large and small, in ways both magical and true to life. When the Elephants Dance is set in the waning days of World War II, as the Japanese and the Americans engage in a fierce battle for possession of the Philippine Islands. Through the eyes of three narrators, thirteen-year-old Alejandro Karangalan, his spirited older sister Isabelle, and Domingo, a passionate guerilla commander, we see how ordinary people find hope for survival where none seems to exist. While the Karangalan family and their neighbors huddle together for survival in the cellar of a house, they tell magical stories to one another based on Filipino myth that transport the listeners from the chaos of the war around them and give them new resolve to continue fighting. Outside the safety of their refuge the war rages on—fiery bombs torch the countryside, Japanese soldiers round up and interrogate innocent people, and from the hills guerilla fighters wage a desperate campaign against the enemy. Inside the cellar, these men, women, and children put their hopes and dreams on hold as they wait out the war. This stunning debut novel celebrates with richness and depth the spirit of the Filipino people and their fascinating story and marks the introduction of an author who will join the ranks of writers such as Arundhati Roy, Manil Suri, and Amy Tan. From the Hardcover edition.
Social Science

Spiral Dance, The - 20th Anniversary

A Rebirth of the Ancient Religion of the Goddess: 20th Anniversary Edition

Author: Starhawk

Publisher: Harper Collins

ISBN: 0062516329

Category: Social Science

Page: 336

View: 653

The twentieth anniversary edition of The Spiral Dance celebrates the pivotal role the book has had in bringing Goddess worship to the religious forefront. This bestselling classic is both an unparalleled reference on the practices and philosophies of Witchcraft and a guide to the life-affirming ways in which readers can turn to the Goddess to deepen their sense of personal pride, develop their inner power, and integrate mind, body, and spirit. Starhawk's brilliant, comprehensive overview of the growth, suppression, and modern-day re-emergence of Wicca as a Goddess-worshipping religion has left an indelible mark on the feminist spiritual consciousness. In a new introduction, Starhawk reveals the ways in which Goddess religion and the practice of ritual have adapted and developed over the last twenty years, and she reflects on the ways in which these changes have influenced and enhanced her original ideas. In the face of an ever-changing world, this invaluable spiritual guidebook is more relevant than ever.
Fiction

Dancer

A Novel

Author: Colum McCann

Publisher: Metropolitan Books

ISBN: 1466848693

Category: Fiction

Page: 356

View: 650

From the acclaimed author of This Side of Brightness, the epic life and times of Rudolf Nureyev, reimagined in a dazzlingly inventive masterpiece-published to coincide with the tenth anniversary of Nureyev's death A Russian peasant who became an international legend, a Cold War exile who inspired millions, an artist whose name stood for genius, sex, and excess-the magnificence of Rudolf Nureyev's life and work are known, but now Colum McCann, in his most daring novel yet, reinvents this erotically charged figure through the light he cast on those who knew him. Taking his inspiration from the biographical facts, McCann tells the story through a chorus of voices: there is Anna Vasileva, Rudi's first ballet teacher, who rescues her protégé from the stunted life of his town; Yulia, whose sexual and artistic ambitions are thwarted by her Soviet-sanctioned marriage; and Victor, the Venezuelan hustler, who reveals the lurid underside of the gay celebrity set. Spanning four decades and many worlds, from the horrors of Stalingrad to the wild abandon of New York in the eighties, Dancer is peopled by a large cast of characters, obscure and famous: doormen and shoemakers, Margot Fonteyn and John Lennon. And at the heart of the spectacle stands the artist himself, willful, lustful, and driven by a never-to-be-met need for perfection. In ecstatic prose, McCann evokes the distinct consciousness of the man and the glittering reflection of the myth. The result is a monumental story of love, art, and exile.
Young Adult Fiction

The Slave Dancer

Author: Paula Fox

Publisher: Open Road Media

ISBN: 1504037405

Category: Young Adult Fiction

Page: 192

View: 9582

Newbery Medal Winner: A young Louisiana boy faces the horrors of slavery when he is kidnapped and forced to work on a slave ship in this iconic novel. Thirteen-year-old Jessie Bollier earns a few pennies playing his fife on the docks of New Orleans. One night, on his way home, a canvas is thrown over his head and he’s knocked unconscious. When he wakes up, Jessie finds himself aboard a slave ship, bound for Africa. There, the Moonlight picks up ninety-eight black prisoners, and the men, women, and children, chained hand and foot, are methodically crammed into the ship’s hold. Jessie’s job is to provide music for the slaves to dance to on the ship’s deck—not for amusement but for exercise, as a way to to keep their muscles strong and their bodies profitable. Over the course of the long voyage, Jessie grows more and more sickened by the greed of the sailors and the cruelty with which the slaves are treated. But it’s one final horror, when the Moonlight nears her destination, that will change Jessie forever. Set during the middle of the nineteenth century, when the illegal slave trade was at its height, The Slave Dancer not only tells a vivid and shocking story of adventure and survival, but depicts the brutality of slavery with unflinching historical accuracy.