By Wolfgang Büscher,Bernd Siggelkow,Marcus Mockler,Caren Miosga
"Trinken, erbrechen, weitertrinken bis zum Umfallen" - das ist das Motto der iteration Wodka. Und es betrifft von Jahr zu Jahr mehr. Jedes Wochenende sind die Notaufnahmen der Kliniken voll von Kindern und Jugendlichen, die zu tief ins Glas geschaut haben.
Wir können nicht länger zusehen, wie sich ein Teil unserer Kinder regelmäßig in den Rausch flüchtet. Es ist an der Zeit, dieser dramatischen Entwicklung Einhalt zu gebieten. Dafür stehen die drei Autoren des Buches, allen voran Bernd Siggelkow, der Gründer des Kinder- und Jugendhilfswerks "Die Arche".
Mit einem Vorwort der Moderatorin und Journalistin Caren Miosga.
By Mike Meserole
ultimately, at the evening of March 24, 1944, approximately a hundred males tried to flee during the tunnel. What was once their destiny? this is often one story of get away you will not are looking to miss!
By Rachel A. Koestler-Grack
By Gretchen Maurer,Peter Malone
Gorgeous illustrations and an clever, evocative tale carry to lifestyles a true dastardly dame who, fueled by way of her religion, created a non secular firestorm.
By Samuel Willard Crompton
By Beverley Boissery
Sophie Mallory’s American relations is aware every thing approximately struggling with the British. It’s the kinfolk culture. yet after she involves reduce Canada in 1838, uprising turns into own whilst she’s taken prisoner. Befriended by means of Luc, a tender insurgent, she involves see its many aspects - the deep wrongs underlying the passionate rebellion, the politics, and the brutal savagery of its aftermath.
this is often no usual novel approximately our Canadian prior. Its extraordinary characters face advanced difficulties of friendship, loyalty, and betrayal and start wondering their households’ political views. In Sophie’s Rebellion, Beverly Boissery deftly weaves experience, pleasure, disappointment, humour, and private growth.
By Louise Chipley Slavicek
By Barbara A. Hanawalt
Spanning the millennium among the 5th and the 15th centuries, The heart a long time: An Illustrated History captures the foremost old and political occasions in nice intensity and readability, yet by no means loses sight of the apparent and often-overlooked evidence of lifelife as lived via peasants and townsfolk, kings and priests, women and men. Hanawalt bargains attention-grabbing tidbits on varied elements of medieval society, from natural scientific therapies to desk etiquette and ingesting conduct, from tabloid-worthy courtroom scandals to a different directory of the principles of a monastic order. She examines infrequent textsfrom illuminated manuscripts to Carolingian minusculeand takes us contained in the awe-inspiring Hagia Sofia in Constantinople.
Barbara Hanawalt uses eclectic resource fabric, together with inscriptions, chronicles, artifacts, and literature, from the Koran to the Scriptures, and from Omar Khayam to the Goliardic poems. attention-grabbing stories--like that of the invention of the burial website of an Anglo-Saxon chieftain which contained, between different treasures, a complete 86-foot lengthy shipare interspersed one of the chronicles of significant old upheavals. the writer takes a sweeping method of the topic, development a finished, lively portrait of each element of existence in that interval through together with fabric on women's position in medieval society, agriculture, artwork and literature, faith and superstitions, philosophy, and weaponry. Lavishly illustrated with paintings, photos, files, artifacts, and maps, the center a while additionally encompasses a word list, index, chronology, and proposals for extra reading.
A selection of lavishly illustrated single-volume histories, Oxford Illustrated Histories current well-documented chronologies on themes like Britain, theater, Greece, opera, English literature, sleek Europe, and extra. each one heritage contains colour and black and white illustrations, in addition to images, and is compiled via a taskforce of best students in its respective box of curiosity. those titles are perfect for any informal reader and in addition, a result of scholarship, function partners to any budding researcher's reference collection.
By Brandon Marie Miller
utilizing a number of basic resources, writer Brandon Marie Miller recounts the jobs, hardships, and day-by-day lives of local American, eu, and African ladies in seventeenth- and 18th-century colonial the US. exertions proved a continuing for many women—they ensured their family’s survival via their abilities whereas others bought their exertions or lived in bondage as indentured servants and slaves. Elizabeth Ashbridge survived an abusive indenture to turn into a Quaker preacher, Anne Bradstreet penned epic poetry whereas elevating 8 childrens within the desolate tract, Anne Hutchinson went toe-to-toe with Puritan experts, Margaret Hardenbroeck Philipse outfitted a exchange empire in New Amsterdam, and Martha Corey misplaced her existence within the vortex of Salem’s witch hunt. With energy, braveness, resilience, and resourcefulness, those ladies and so on performed an important position within the mosaic of lifestyles in colonial America.
By Ann Malaspina,Steve James