A Brief History of Cockroaches and Rats is a brief but hilarious look at the history of those crawling, scuttling pests that everyone loves to hate. Cockroaches date back to the time of the dinosaurs and they have evolved over the years to be able to survive without air for more than forty-five minutes! Rats, unlike cockroaches who like toenails and eyelashes, like to eat their own poo. If you liked those facts, then you’ll love this disgusting guide, which leads us through zombie rats, edible cockroaches, plus loads more in this handy adult audiobook for those of us who are still a kid at heart. A Brief History of... is a series of comedic historical audiobooks, created by Steve Campen and based on all that is weird and wonderful. Also in this series: A Brief History of The Lavatory. WARNING: Contains explicit language. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Steve Campen. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/crte/000171/bk_crte_000171_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Das englischsprachige Geschichtenbilderbuch ´´Does This Happen to Everyone? - A Budding Adult´s Guide to Puperty´´ (British engl. ) von Jan von Holleben und Antje Helms, englisch übersetzt von Jen Metcalf, aus dem Little Gestalten Verlag beantwortet viele der Fragen, die sich Kinder ab 10 Jahren häufig stellen. Jetzt schnell und sicher bei tausendkind bestellen.
Das englischsprachige Geschichtenbilderbuch ´´Does This Happen to Everyone? - A Budding Adult´s Guide to Puperty´´ (American engl. ) von Jan von Holleben und Antje Helms, englisch übersetzt von Jen Metcalf, aus dem Little Gestalten Verlag gibt Antworten auf Fragen, die sich Kinder ab einem Alter von 10 Jahren stellen. Jetzt schnell und sicher bei tausendkind bestellen.
A smart, snappy, and comprehensive guide for the millions of adults who are thinking about going--or going back--to college and want to know how to do it right.
´´Dr. Maureen Neistadt created the first edition of Occupational Therapy Evaluation for Adults: A Pocket Guide as a readily accessible tool for occupational therapy practitioners, most especially fieldwork students, those in their first year of practice, and more seasoned practitioners new to working with adults. I remember her bounding into my office with the first draft of the table of contents and how she, with her characteristic logic and enthusiasm, explained the purpose of the book. Maureen had an extraordinary capacity to understand her audience whether she was teaching or writing a scholarly article or text book´´--Provided by publisher.
A Brief History of the Lavatory is a brief but hilarious look at the history of toilets! It will take you through the development of lavatories over the years, beginning in 3000 BC. It’s informative, but funny and tells you all the important facts that you need to know, like how to poo in space and some of the famous people who have died on the loo! It is a great listen and highly recommended for adults, who are still a kid at heart (which means most of us!). A Brief History of... is a series of comedic historical audiobooks, created by Steve Campen and based on all that is weird and wonderful. Also in this series: A Brief History of Rats and Cockroaches. WARNING: This audiobook contains explicit content 1. Language: English. Narrator: Steve Campen. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/crte/000172/bk_crte_000172_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
This fun and fact-filled audiobook shows teens and young adults how to select clothes, colors, and accessories that look best on them; why a certain color makes her feel and look better than others; how to choose a perfume that is the right scent for her skin and chemistry profile; and provides checklists for being a smart and savvy shopper with all this in mind. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Francie Wyck. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/049510/bk_acx0_049510_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Do you believe in Heaven on Earth? Then this audiobook is for you. Sending you Love, Peace, Joy and Happiness right here, right now. Godspeed. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Hillary Hawkins. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/032439/bk_acx0_032439_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Why is it that the behaviour of teenagers can be so odd? As they grow older, young children steadily improve their sense of how to behave, and then all of a sudden, they can become totally uncommunicative, wildly emotional and completely unpredictable.We used to think that erratic teenage behaviour was due to a sudden surge in hormones, but modern neuroscience shows us that this isn´t true. The Teenage Brain is a journey through the new discoveries that show us exactly what happens to the brain in this crucial period, how it dictates teenagers´ behaviour, and how the experiences of our teenage years are what shape our attitudes, and often our happiness in later life. Many of our ideas about our growing brains are completely re-written. They don´t stop developing at the end of our teens - they keep adapting until we are in our mid-twenties. They are wired back to front, with the most important parts, the parts that we associate with good judgement, concentration, organization and emotional and behavioural control being connected last of all. The Teenage brain is a powerful animal primed for learning, but this creates problems. Addiction is a form of learning, and Frances Jensen, Professor of Pediatric Neurology at the teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School reveals exactly what lies behind all aspects of teenage behaviour and its lasting effects - from drugs, lack of sleep and smoking to multi-tasking and stress. As a mother and a scientist, Professor Jensen offers both exciting science and practical suggestions for how parents, teens and schools can help teenagers weather the storms of adolescence, and get the most out of their incredible brains. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Laurence Bouvard, Amy Ellis Nutt. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/hcuk/001898/bk_hcuk_001898_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.