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    Alice, not sure who “Alice” is in this underground world, goes along with the rabbit to his house. Again, she drinks and becomes almost too big to fit in the house and then shrinks very small and flees into the woods. In the forest, she meets a caterpillar who is quite pompous and when Alice tries to be polite she realizes etiquette here must be different from home, or they have none at…

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    Ahlberg, A. (2008). The Baby in the Hat. Somerville: Candlewick Press. Historical Fiction, Grade Level PreK – 3. Can one action change your life? For the boy who caught the baby in a hat, one action changed his life forever! Though the story is simple, the captivating illustrations elevate the sense of adventure and capture the historical London setting. The boy hero takes his reward and the adventure begins! In a twist of luck or fate, he falls from the London Bridge and into a ship where…

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    other kids to all kinds of different ethnicities and backgrounds. Once we were all on the same campus none of our differences mattered anymore. Or so it seemed on the outside. I was born a social butterfly, I skipped the stages of being a shy caterpillar and hiding in a cocoon, and went straight to being a vibrant smile with open arms, making me a prime friend for everyone. My parents both gave me the gift of gab and a fairly high IQ for a child of my age. I started…

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    Manpower Inc.’s recent survey showed thirty five thousand employers reporting a shortage of skilled tradesmen (“Manpower”). That’s a huge number of jobs to fill and a lot of business to decline and possibly give to companies in other countries. The future of skilled trades isn’t looking promising. HR experts predict the shortage of high-tech and other skilled workers in the U.S. to worsen over the next decade (Wright, Greg). Luckily, companies and schools have the power to draw young people…

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    damages towards the food web. Any pesticide or herbicide that 's from the plant could injure organisms in the environment. An animal or organism could consume the GM crop, and can become ill and possibly die. North American studies have shown that “caterpillars of the monarch butterfly were killed when they fed on pollen from GM corn crops” (Ethnical). Industries, governments, and many academic scientists are for GM crops (not all of them, but most) for agriculture, ecosystems, and human health…

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    Pros And Cons Of Gmo Crops

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    GMO Crops May Have Beneficial or Detrimental Effects on Small Farmers Introduction: The United States Department of Agriculture defines a GMO crop as any plant used in agriculture in which a segment of the plants DNA have been genetically modified. This process is done using techniques of genetic engineering. Before genetically modified organisms were know as mainly being altered plants in the publics eye there was research on isolating genes of one species and transplanting it into another.…

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    How important is someone’s name? Coming from a person who has her name serially misspelled and mispronounced, a name is incredibly important. Names hold immense power. They hold the power to strike fear in the hearts of those who hear it and the power to foster hope and happiness within the listeners. In Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone by J.K. Rowling, the villain strikes such fear in the hearts of the citizens that they refuse to give him a name. He goes by “He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named”…

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    1 The Crazy Little Girl! “Allison” What are you doing on top of the fridge? By the time I was two. I loved to climb absolutely everything I could get on like stools, the fridge, the back of the toilet, the kitchen table, and the counter tops to name a few. As you can tell I was kind of wild child who kept my mom busy by trying to keep me off of everything. I guess by now you can tell I acted like a monkey It was extremely hot day on June 24, 1997 when I decided to be born into this world. I…

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    Gregor’s metamorphosis is symbolic of this commodification of man. The labor’s wage is a mere overhead cost from the point of view of the entrepreneur. Though the laborer is paid, his product is taken away from him. After the acknowledgement of the entrepreneur’s contribution of providing the conditions for production, it is important to realize that it is not possible to produce without the workforce. The thoughts and skills of the laborer go into his production. There are two factors at play…

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    Independent Publishing versus Traditional Publishing The stereotypical image of a writer ensconced in a garret, tucked far away from reality so that they can concentrate on creativity is a thing of the past. Whether you decide to publish through the traditional route or publish independently most authors will have to partake in marketing their works from bookshop signings, having a social media presence to school visits. Now that I am beginning to see my manuscript take shape it saddens me…

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