Big Dog and Little Dog Making a Mistake

When Big Dog and Little Dog mistake a skunk for a black and white kitty, they end up with a smelly surprise

Author: Dav Pilkey

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

ISBN: 9780152003548

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 14

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When Big Dog and Little Dog mistake a skunk for a black and white kitty, they end up with a smelly surprise

Big Dog Little Dog

... Life Volume Four My Sentiments Exactly Crime dramas: Big Dog, Little Dog Da Burnin' Place Murder On the Bus The Bus Stop Assassin Please visit my website to learn more about each title and how to conveniently order your copy today.

Author: Mark Stellinga

Publisher: Mark Stellinga

ISBN: 0976201119


Page: 375

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To read a synopsis and purchase this title please please visit my website at: / or phone me at 319-354-7287 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (IOWA) Mark Stellinga - the author.

The Complete Adventures of Big Dog and Little Dog

16.00 Higher in Canada Big Dog is ready for some fun ! Little Dog is ready , too . Join these irresistible puppy pals on five zippy adventures , together for the first time in one cozy picture - book collection .

Author: Dav Pilkey

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

ISBN: 9780152047085

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 88

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Big Dog and Little Dog eat, sleep, go for walks, and get into trouble.

Perrazo Y Perrito Van a Pasear Big Dog and Little Dog Going for a Walk Reader

When best friends Big Dog and Little Dog go out for a walk, they run into a sticky situation. How dirty can two dogs get on one short walk? Very!

Author: Dav Pilkey

Publisher: Hmh Books for Young Readers

ISBN: 9780544935433


Page: 32

View: 123

Big Dog and Little Dog are at it again in this Spanish/English bilingual early reader edition of Dav Pilkey s "Big Dog and Little Dog Going for a Walk!" When best friends Big Dog and Little Dog go out for a walk, they run into a sticky situation. How dirty can two dogs get on one short walk? Very! This Green Light Reader will help young children build basic reading skills in two languages (which are clearly set in different colors), while alsotickling their funny bone. Parents and kids looking for skill-building activities will find a bonus activity section at the back of the book."

The Unitarian Register

“ Some men said all dogs had greatly increased by the consciousness that from that hanging nest waved six little ... The policeman called a big dog and showed engage a horse for him to ride during his stay keep a dog , you've got to ...




Category: Unitarianism


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EMDR Solutions Pathways to Healing

When the big dog wanted to go play, the little dog had to go play. (Illustrate the big dog pulling the little to one side to play, then to the other side to eat.) When the big dog wanted to go eat, the little dog had to go eat.

Author: Robin Shapiro

Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company

ISBN: 0393713695

Category: Medical


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Practical therapeutic strategies and clinical insights from EMDR practitioners who serve diverse clinical populations. In EMDR Solutions you will find fifteen exemplary EMDR solutions, each of which develops the Standard Protocol in creative and highly effective ways. These solutions move EMDR forward and expand the application of this powerful therapeutic approach. In this source book of therapeutic strategy and clinical insight, each chapter presents step-by-step instructions for implementing a particular EMDR solution with clients. Each intervention is enriched with relevant case histories that bring to life new targets for and variations on the standard EMDR protocol. Concrete and specific, the clinical work illustrated here will add to you fund of knowledge and broaden your practice. Robin Shapiro has gathered a stellar group of EMDR practitioners. Each of the contributors offers key therapeutic insights in an easy-to-digest form: - Maureen Kitchur presents her Strategic Developmental Model, a meta-model for EMDR practice that encompasses all phases of the Standard Protocol, Ericksonian utilization language, and attachment-enhancing practices. Kitchur's model gives a clear order for EMDR processing and a way to process wordless or implicit experience. - Roy Kiessling offers his Resource Development strategies. Easy to learn and very helpful for clients who are disorganized or in crisis, Kiessling's methods turn resources into cognitive interweaves and ego states into resources. - Sandra Wilson and Robert Tinker demonstrate an effective treatment for phantom limb pain that encompasses treatment from history taking through processing to "It's gone!" - A. J. Popky turns the Subjective Units of Distress scale (SUDS) on its head by targeting inappropriate positive affect. Popky also shares his DeTUR protocol with its Level of Urge to Use (LOUU) for the treatment of addictions and compulsive behavior. - Jim Knipe builds on Popky's work with the SUDS and presents techniques for clearing love-sickness, procrastination, avoidance and codependence using the Level of Urge to Avoid (LOUA). - Joanne Twombly and Ulrich Lanius teach two very different preparations for doing EMDR with people with dissociative disorders. Twombly's applies techniques derived from hypnosis and ego-state work while Lanius shows how to use opiate-inhibiting medication to allow EMDR to work with dissociated clients. - Robin Shapiro addresses the Two-Hand Interweave, a simple but widely applicable exercise of discernment. Shapiro also contributes chapters on using EMDR with anxiety disorders, in differentiation-based couple's therapy and with generational and cultural introjects. - Elizabeth Turner engages children with art therapy, play therapy, and story telling in all phases of EMDR. Her chapter is the delightful cherry on top of this informative, easy-to-use book. Additional chapters by Carole Lovell, Andrew Seubert, Jim Cole, and Susan Schulherr address EMDR with dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) with borderline clients, working with mentally retarded clients, a reenactment tool from guided imagery, and the binge/starve cycle of eating disorders. Whether you read EMDR Solutions cover-to-cover or peruse one chapter that speaks to a particular technique or client population, you will be adding crucial skills and knowledge to your EMDR toolbox.

Barking with the Big Dogs

There are big dogs everywhere. Still, a policeman once told me, following an encounter of mine with a Peeping Tom, that in some situations a noisy little dog can be more valuable than a noisy big one. Little dogs make harder-to-hit ...

Author: Natalie Babbitt

Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR)

ISBN: 0374310416

Category: Literary Collections

Page: 256

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In this collection of essays and speeches written over the course of four decades, beloved storyteller Natalie Babbitt explores what it was like to be a “little dog” in the literary world, continually being forced to justify her choice to write books for children—instead of doing something more serious. Babbitt offers incisive commentary on classic children’s books as well as contemporary works, and reveals colorful insights into her own personal creative life. Filled with a voice that rings with truth, wisdom, and humor across the years, the essays gathered in Barking with the Big Dogs exemplify on every page true reverence for children and an endless engagement with the challenge to write the books that shape them.

My Big Dog

Merl the cat has a perfect home until the arrival of a puppy.

Author: Susan Stevens Crummel

Publisher: Dragonfly Books

ISBN: 0375851038

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 40

View: 128

Merl the cat has a perfect home until the arrival of a puppy.

Little Dog and Duncan

Dinner I fill Little Dog's little dog bowl . I fill Duncan's big dog bowl . Little Dog eats Duncan's food . Duncan eats Little Dog's food OUNG Is Duncan There ? Duncan's family calls to say good.

Author: Kristine O'Connell George

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

ISBN: 9780618117581

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 40

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Poems describe two dogs of different sizes who are alike in many ways.