Claude on Holiday

Claude on Holiday

Come with Claude on a smashing adventure! These waggy tales are perfect for new readers, with illustrations on every page. As seen on TV - Claude is the star of his very own TV show! 'Illustrated with humour and elegance ...' The Sunday Times Sir Bobblysock and Claude go on holiday for the very first time. They build sandcastles, eat ice cream and sunbathe. It is all very normal until ... Claude meets a band of pirates and discovers buried treasure. 'For emerging readers I recommend the Claude books' Irish Sunday Independent Catch up with ten terrific years of Claude! Read on with: Claude on Holiday Claude in the City Claude at the Circus Claude in the Country Claude in the Spotlight Claude on the Slopes Claude Lights! Camera! Action! Claude Going for Gold Santa Claude Claude Adventures Claude All At Sea Claude at the Palace Claude Doodle Book Claude: All About Keith Claude Snazzy Dress-Up Sticker Book Claude: Anyone for Strawberries? Claude Ever-So-Summery Sticker Book

Claude on Holiday

This beret-clad hero is back in another wonderfully funny tale.

Claude on Holiday

Claude is no ordinary dog - he leads an extraordinary life When Mr and Mrs Shinyshoes set off for work, Claude decides what adventure he wants to have that day. Today he and Sir Bobblysock go on holiday for the very first time. They are having a great time when they meet pirates and discover treasure

Ella Morris

From there he wrote to Ella telling her that he would be passing through London on his way backtoParis after the holiday, and itwas arranged for Claude tostay overnight atthe house in St John'sWoodto meet the Morrisfamily.

Ella Morris

Spanning the decades from WWII to the Yugoslav conflict, Ella Morris is the story of a continent, and of a woman torn between two men. Born in Berlin on the eve of Hitler's rise to power, Ella Andrzejewski escapes Soviet-occupied europe and finds a safe haven in England. Here, she marries George Morris but falls passionately in love with a French student ten years her junior. The ramifications of this love triangle and of Ella's traumatic past will reverberate through the generations, as her children try to find their own troubled peace in a continent still scarred by war.

Kwanzaa

These two polar extremes dominate the history of black holiday thinking, particularly the former. Consider journalist Claude Lewis' assessment ofblack holiday-making in the 1980s. Lewis' analysis of black holiday creation in general and ...

Kwanzaa

Since 1966, Kwanzaa has been celebrated as a black holiday tradition – an annual recognition of cultural pride in the African American community. But how did this holiday originate, and what is its broader cultural significance? Kwanzaa: Black Power and the Making of the African-American Holiday Tradition explores the political beginning and later expansion of Kwanzaa, from its start as a Black Power holiday, to its current place as one of the most mainstream of the black holiday traditions. For those wanting to learn more about this alternative observance practiced by countless African Americans and how Kwanzaa fits into the larger black holiday tradition, Keith A. Mayes gives an accessible and definitive account of the movements and individuals that pushed to make this annual celebration a reality, and shows how African-Americans brought the black freedom struggle to the American calendar. Clear and thoughtful, Kwanzaa is the perfect introduction to what is now the quintessential African American holiday.

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Kwanzaa

These two polar extremes dominate the history of black holiday thinking, particularly the former. Consider journalist Claude Lewis' assessment of black holiday-making in the 1980s. Lewis' analysis of black holiday creation in general ...

Kwanzaa

Kwanzaa is an African American holiday celebrated from December 26 to January 1, while celebrating Kwanzaa people eat delicious foods, wear special clothes, sing, dance, and celebrate their ancestors.

Catalog of Copyright Entries Third Series

Chavel , C. B. Holidays in boats . Snoxell , F. H. Holier than thou . ( R ) Ayres , C , E. Holland . ( R ) Bowen , Marjorie . Hollywood , Cariguel , Claude , Hollywood holiday . Frederick's of Hollywood , Inc. Hollywood Santa .

Catalog of Copyright Entries  Third Series

Includes Part 1, Number 1 & 2: Books and Pamphlets, Including Serials and Contributions to Periodicals (January - December)

Finding Queensland in Australian Cinema

(Milson 1968). Queensland is imagined as a region of the unconscious, of repressed desires. Claude finds himself in therapy for anxiety, counselled by a red-headed woman psychiatrist who advises him to take a 'holiday'.

Finding Queensland in Australian Cinema

‘Finding Queensland in Australian Cinema’ explores aspects of gender, race and region in films and television produced in the northern Australian state of Queensland. Drawing on a range of scholarly sources and an extensive filmography, the essays in the book investigate poetics and production histories from the 'period' films of the Australian cinema revival of the 1970s to contemporary 'Queensland-genre' films, highlighting the resonances of regional locations amid the energetic growth of the film industry, and promotion of Queensland as a production destination.

Quality Services and Experiences in Hospitality and Tourism

“I was always going on holiday, all the time!” Marie-Claude, aged 57, lives with her husband Michel in a house which she owns and is located in a mainly residential neighborhood of Brissac Quince ́, a small town in the greater Angers ...

Quality Services and Experiences in Hospitality and Tourism

This book offers conceptual discourse, empirical evidence, application of existing and emerging theories, and implication of practical findings. It discusses the perspectives of both providers and recipients of quality services across a wide spectrum of hospitality and tourism sectors.

I Knew You by Name

Holiday or no holiday, Pauline, the laundress, goes to work. Claude Johnson is not only her boss, he owns her father's job, the Miller house and the land on which it leans. Claude has six roughhewn brothers, but no mother and no sisters ...

I Knew You by Name

Peggy Barnes has written a remarkable, wise, and generous memoir about her search for her birth mother, Pauline, a young woman from the back hills of Alabama. It takes a gutsy and determined person to embark upon such a quest, armed with nothing but a name. It takes a truly gifted writer to tell the story with such warmth and wit. Her story is their story: a deeply moving portrait of two women, separated by circumstances but united through the power of words. In I Knew You By Name, Peggy has written a gorgeous love letter to the courageous woman she never had a chance to know. I only wish Pauline could have read it, too. Stephanie Harrison, Author of Adaptation: From Short Story to Big Screen. For sixty-five years all Peggy Barnes knew of her beginnings was what she could recall: herself at age two, a child with big feet and a vocabulary that included little baby talk. The only mother she ever knew claimed she never, ever cried. Then, Alabama unsealed the records of adoptive children’s births. Peggy learned she is the daughter of Pauline Miller, unwed daughter of a sharecropping family and the man for whom her mother ironed shirts. The letters Pauline wrote back to the home from which she’d fled in shameful exile reveal her heartbreaking life. In lush Southern language laced with surprising wit, Peggy extrapolates from these letters—saved by an unknown cousin in the proverbial dust-covered trunk—to venerate the woman who gave her birth, uncovering striking similarities to the life she herself has lived. Nancy Pinard, Author of Shadow Dancing and Butterfly Soup.

The Holiday Gift

The holidays sure make me feel alone.” A hard nugget of guilt lodged in her chest. She wasn't the only one in the world who had ever suffered heartache. Uncle Claude had died five years earlier and they all still missed him desperately.

The Holiday Gift

A COWBOY FOR CHRISTMAS With two kids and an active life, widow Faith Dustin only wants peace and quiet for Christmas. But her snowy Pine Gulch ranch is nothing but chaotic. All that keeps Faith going is her helpful neighbor, cowboy Chase Brannon. He's always been "good ol' Chase," her faithful friend. Until he kisses her under the mistletoe… Years ago Chase blew his chance with the woman he's loved since childhood. Now he's determined to step out of the friend zone…and into the role of husband. But the scared and stubborn Faith won't let herself fall. With Christmas just days away, Chase will need all the magic of the season—and the help of her two matchmaking children—to unwrap a second chance at love.

The Holiday Gift A Cold Creek Noel

A heartwarming holiday romance RaeAnne Thayne. She pushed the grim fear away, choosing instead to focus on ... Uncle Claude had died five years earlier and they all still missed him desperately. “You're not alone,” she told her aunt.

The Holiday Gift   A Cold Creek Noel

Celebrate Christmas with The Cowboys of Cold Creek! Bestselling author RaeAnne Thayne brings you a new story in her popular series! All widowed rancher Faith Dustin wants is a quiet Christmas with her two kids and her best friend—cowboy Chase Brannon. Until he kisses her under the mistletoe! Chase lost his chance with Faith years ago; he won't blow this one. But he'll need all the magic of the season—and two matchmaking kids—to unwrap a second chance at love. Included in this book, a holiday favorite from The Cowboys of Cold Creek series—A Cold Creek Noel! After a devastating tragedy, Caidy Bowman wants only to hide out on her ranch. Then widowed veterinarian Ben Caldwell arrives in Pine Gulch for the holidays with his two children. For the first time, he's got hope for the future. Their future—if he can convince Caidy that Christmas is the season for miracles.

Holidays in Eastern France

to the Cathedral, I had found thirty Dominicans at vespers, and I was informed afterwards that these were poor students who were maintained and prepared for the office of teachers at the expense of a rich young Abbé of St. Claude.

Holidays in Eastern France

Reproduction of the original: Holidays in Eastern France by Miss Betham-Edwards

A Psychoanalytic Study of Lawrence Durrell s The Alexandria Quartet

The prospect of them living with Durrell and Claude was never realised, apart from holiday visits. Sappho herself puts it down to Claude's refusal to reckon with the emotional complexity that this arrangement would entail for her.

A Psychoanalytic Study of Lawrence Durrell   s The Alexandria Quartet

A Psychoanalytic Study of Lawrence Durrell’s The Alexandria Quartet: Exile and Return focuses on the dialogue created by literature and psychoanalysis in an individual’s quest to explore existential issues, such as a sense of belonging to a homeland and a recurring sense of the Uncanny (das unheimliche). Rony Alfandary explores Durrell’s attempt to recreate a sense of belonging to a homeland, which perhaps never existed but can be retraced and reinvented through writing. This book studies some issues present in Durrell’s work: the connection between biographical and fictional elements in the study of literature the influence of early Freudian theoretical themes upon the writer later influences including post-modern and hermeneutic theories The life and work of Lawrence Durrell can serve as a prototype of a man’s quest for meaning, in a world caught in turmoil in the period between and during WW2. The author’s psychoanalytic exploration of the work and its relevance to human experience today, shows how the themes Durrell dealt with remain relevant. Alfandary highlights the ways in which his usage of several author narrative styles exemplifies the divergent and often contradictory nature of "Truth", emerging rather as multi-layered, multi-voiced and often torn sense of human subjectivity. A Psychoanalytic Study of Lawrence Durrell’s The Alexandria Quartet: Exile and Return demonstrates Durrell’s strong influence by psychoanalytic thought and will appeal to both psychoanalytic and literary scholars.

The Third Christmas

But on the shores of the Aegean Sea, the real anticipation was reserved for the bigger holiday the following week, ... As was her routine, weather permitting, Jean raised the sails on Jean-Claude's wooden sloop, Time-Stealer, ...

The Third Christmas

First, there was the year without Christmas. The year Skye Haverford Blade died so mysteriously, leaving behind not only her husband but her young son. Now it's three years later. This Christmas—the third Christmas—Jean Young joins David Blade and his son, Chris, on their boat, the Skye. And she falls in love with both of them—the unsmiling man with too many secrets and the little boy longing for a mother's kiss. Despite her own fears, Jean thinks her love can save them, can give them back their joy in life—and in Christmas. Not only this Christmas, but every Christmas to come….

The Delicious History of the Holiday

This is the noblest holiday prayer : that our restoration to the comity of nature in August will make us better people in November . It transposes the site of popular education from Claude's Campagna to Wordsworth's and Turner's Tintern ...

The Delicious History of the Holiday

Fred Inglis traces the rise of the holiday from its early roots in the Grand Tour, through the coming of Thomas Cook and his Blackpool packages, to sex tourism and the hippie trail to Kathmandu.

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Holidays in Eastern France

Four - 6fths of the St. Claude wares are exported ; an especial kind of pipes being made expressly for the English market . It is stated that , during the general Exhibition at Hyde Park in 1862 , many Frenchmen brought home ...

Holidays in Eastern France


Awards of the Second Division National Railroad Adjustment Board with Index

( a ) Holiday pay for regularly assigned employes shall be at the pro rata rate of the position to which assigned . ... up Carman have preference of working on holidays and since Carman Claude Gandy , Jr. exercised his seniority to work ...

Awards of the Second Division  National Railroad Adjustment Board  with Index


Samuel Taylor Coleridge and the Fine Arts

Teniers' subjects were of a cheerful holiday cast, and required a holiday clearness. The dignity of Claude's subjects required the greater illumination, which more vapoury skies produce, and these are the skies he generally represents; ...

Samuel Taylor Coleridge and the Fine Arts

Although Coleridge's thinking and writing about the fine arts was both considerable and interesting, this has not been the subject of a book before. Coleridge owed his initiation into art to Sir George Beaumont. In 1803-4 he had frequent opportunities to learn from Beaumont, to study Beaumont's small but elegant collection and to visit private collections. Before leaving for Malta in April 1804, Coleridge wrote 'I have learnt as much fr[om] Sir George Beaumont respecting Pictures & Painting and Paint[ers as] I ever learnt on any subject from any man in the same Space of Time.' In Italy in 1806, Coleridge's experience of art deepened, thanks to the American artist Washington Allston, who taught him to see the artistic sights of Rome with a painter's eye. Coleridge also visited Florence and Pisa, and later said of the frescoes in Pisa's Camp Santo: 'The impression was greater, I may say, than that any poem ever made upon me.' Back in England, Coleridge visited London exhibitions, country house collections, and even artists' studios. In 1814, both Coleridge and Allston were in Bristol - Coleridge lecturing, Allston exhibiting. Coleridge's 'On the Principles of Genial Criticism' began as a defense of Allston's paintings but became a statement about all the arts. This book, an important contribution to Coleridge's intellectual biography, will make readers aware of a dimension of his thinking that has been largely ignored until now.