White on White/Black on Black
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
Written in English
- Discrimination & Racism,
- Social Science,
- Race identity,
- Ethnic Studies - General,
- History & Surveys - Modern,
- Philosophy / Political,
- Race awareness,
- Anthropology - Cultural
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||336|
- whole book of Psalmes
- The eaves of heaven
- What to Expect When Youre Not Expecting: Infertility
- Desert mammals
- Technology transfer and intellectual property management in German HEIs
- The Monetary Policy Committee of the Bank of England
- Homerun Hitter (Read 180 Stage A)
- Rainer Maria Rilke
- Three Mile Island
- Astrology and the popular press
- New dialogue with Anglo-American philosophy.
- Diabetic renal-retinal syndrome
- History of public land law development.
- Guinness Book of World Records (10th Edition)
- Francisco the Filipino
- Airbrush art in Japan.
- Beauty and the beast
- Divided Allegiance (The Deed of Paksenarrion, Book 2)
- Children and violence
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No adjustments on prior shipments or returns. All in all, it's a trilogy worth reading. I recommend buying the 3-in-1 book and read all three together (or the 4-in-1 book that includes the 4th book, Green).
I gave the first two books, Black and Red, four stars primarily because at times they leave the reader confused about names, places, events, and how they relate to the Biblical allegory/5(). A White & Black Book Explore the playful nature of language in this rhyming bilingual book where sensory words come alive with bold, striking illustrations.
The littlest of readers cannot see the world in colour - illustrator Farah Khandaker creates the high contrast, black and white images in this book to introduce year-olds to the.
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Even in the opening pages, I got a sense of the world very quickly, and it felt like it could be a real place (even though its wildly different from the real world)/5. The Circle is an epic story of evil and rescue, betrayal and love, and a terrorist threat unlike anything the human race has ever known.
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