Robin and the White Rabbit

In this tale we meet a child sitting alone, feeling unable to join in with the other schoolchildren having fun in the playground.

Author: Åse Brunnström

Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers

ISBN: 1784505986

Category: Juvenile Fiction

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In this tale we meet a child sitting alone, feeling unable to join in with the other schoolchildren having fun in the playground. Feeling frustrated and lonely, the child's emotions build up until they form a bubble around them, separating them entirely. Who can help the child? Suddenly a White Rabbit appears, who presents easy and playful ways to get the child to express their feelings. Each time the child says what they like and don't like, it helps to create a hole in the bubble, opening the child up to the wider world. Through delightful illustrations and photographs, this picture book helps children who struggle with social isolation find a way to communicate with those around them. It can be read by children themselves or with adults as a learning tool, helping children learn to express their feelings through the use of visual communication cards.

White Rabbit

robin to be more exact. Now, I had not heard a robin since I could not remember
when, so I looked. There he was, a nice orange bellied robin in the flesh hopping,
along as pretty as you please. Like, wow, man, that was too much, and again, ...

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Publisher: Dorrance Publishing

ISBN: 1434954668

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White Rabbit

The lorry screamed to a halt as the white stick and dark glasses bounced across
the tarmac, and the bird burst into ... Now, ya can't much more pommy than a
robin, can ya?' 'A robin?' Loofah exclaimed, 'You're not a robinrobins have got
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Author: Stuart Oldfield

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 1291058850

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Red Tape Book 3 of White Rabbit

The lorry screamed to a halt as the white stick and dark glasses bounced across
the tarmac, and the bird burst into ... Now, ya can't much more pommy than a
robin, can ya?' 'A robin?' Loofah exclaimed, 'You're not a robinrobins have got
 ...

Author: Stuart Oldfield

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 1291045252

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A Literary Biography of Robin Blaser

One significant outlet for these energies was White Rabbit Press. Joe Dunn had
attended Spicer's Magic Workshop, and at Spicer's suggestion, he began a press
in 1957 (Ellingham and Killian 1998, 112). He had a job in the Print Department ...

Author: Miriam Nichols

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 3030183270

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 304

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A Literary Biography of Robin Blaser: Mechanic of Splendor is the first major study illustrating Robin Blaser’s significance to North American poetry. The poet Robin Blaser (1925–2009) was an important participant in the Berkeley Renaissance of the 1950s and San Francisco poetry circles of the 1960s. The book illuminates Blaser’s distinctive responses to and relationships with familiar writers including Robert Duncan, Jack Spicer, and Charles Olson via their correspondence. Blaser contributed to the formation of the serial poem as a dominant mode in post-war New American poetry through his work and engagement with the poetry communities of the time. Offering a new perspective on a well-known and influential period in American poetry, Miriam Nichols combines the story of Blaser’s life—coming from a mid-western conservative religious upbringing and his coming of age as a gay man in Berkeley, Boston, and San Francisco—with critical assessments of his major poems through unprecedented archival research. This literary biography presents Blaser’s poetry and poetics in the many contexts from which it came, ranging from the Berkeley Renaissance to the Vancouver scene; from surrealism to phenomenology; from the New American poetry to the Canadian postmodern; from the homoerotic to high theory. Throughout, Blaser’s voice is heard in the excitement of his early years in Berkeley and Boston and the seriousness of the later years where he was doing most of his living in his work.

Minutes of the Charles Olson Society

CHARLES OLSON - ROBIN BLASER CORRESPONDENCE White Rabbit Press
and The Pacific Nation The letters selected here are drawn from the latter
segment of the Charles Olson - Robin Blaser correspondence . They center on
the ...

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Children s Day

Swerved to avoid white rabbit . Emma Oh , Robin , you haven ' t run over the
rabbit ! Robin Brer Rabbit bounded merrily away towards the Health Food stores .
I mounted the pavement , winged a traffic warden and finished up against a pillar
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Author: Keith Waterhouse

Publisher: Samuel French

ISBN:

Category: Drama

Page: 64

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A hectic children's birthday party provides a noisy background to a series of domestic crises. Robin has left Emma and Emma has become friendly with her solicitor, Tom; both Tom and Robin arrive for the celebrations. The mishaps of the party spill over into the kitchen'situation, the behaviour of the young visitors affecting the adults. By the end of the party however, thin's look a little brighter for Robin and Emma.4 women, 3 men

Lip reading for Children Grade II

LESSON VIII R Before a Vowel Movement Words rabbit rose Roy robin ripe Ruth
. ( a ) Conversational Exercise rabbit Did you ever see a white rabbit ? ? Did you
ever see a gray rabbit ? What does a rabbit have on its back ? Does a rabbit run ...

Author: Cora Elsie Kinzie

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Lip reading for Children

LISSON VIII R Before a Vowel Movement iords rabbit rose Roy robin ripe Ruth
Conversational Exercise rabbit Did you ever see a white rabbit ? Did you ever
see a gray rabbit ? What does a rabbit have on its back ? Does a rabbit run or
hop ?

Author: Cora Elsie Kinzie

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Robin Hood

She even finds a new friend ( and so does the audience ) ... the watch - carrying
White Rabbit . Complete with notes that offer helpful suggestions on how to make
the easy staging even more effective . TALES OF HANS CHRISTIAN ...

Author: Tim Kelly

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the landmagzine

The white rabbit , with its fur soft as drifted snow and its motion silent as the
everlasting ice , belongs in a peculiar ... and the robin ' s note breaks
harmoniously upon a stillness of water only temporarily arrested — a brief silence
caused by the ...

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Vol III JULY 1899 THE LAND MAGAZINE

If we , in like manner , were to name our season of winter after the creature most
closely associated with it , we should call it the season of the Robin . The white
rabbit , with its fur soft as drifted snow and its motion silent as the everlasting ice ...

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Cock Robin

This pathetic cry , a Robin chirping in the jungle , received an instant response
from a man under my elbow who turned out to be the White Rabbit once again . '
She ' ll be in make - up now , ' he explained worriedly as if with more hope than ...

Author: Rachel Billington

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Category: England

Page: 218

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Country side

The idea of a ghost lies quite outside the sphere of a dog's conceptions; and
when white rabbits occur in a warren they are ... ITH regard to the low song used
by robins, a member writes :—"I have for years had robin friends and have often ...

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Category: Natural history

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Science gossip and Country queries and notes are incorporated with this.

Mathematical Spectrum

In which Christopher Robin takes care of Alice and the White Rabbit sets another
problem After the five had introduced themselves , Christopher Robin noticed that
Alice was wet through and shivering . He took off his coat and put it on her ...

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Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution

Arons , Mrs. H. C. , Silver Spring , Md . , | Buck , Sally , Garrett Park , Md . , allt .
white rabbit . gator . Ashton ... Baden , Mrs. G. , robin . ... Bargmann , Louis ,
Arlington , Va . , pilot Carew , H. E. , Silver Spring , Md . , cottonblack snake . tail
rabbit .

Author: Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents

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Category: Discoveries in science

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Reports for 1884-1886/87 issued in 2 pts., pt. 2 being the Report of the National Museum.

Reading Phonics Library Level 2 Theme 1

Houghton Mifflin Reading Read. Robin's cat is named Jazz. It has striped fur with
a big white spot. It takes naps in a basket. At night Jazz catches mice in the barn.
Robin's white rabbit hops about in a large rabbit hutch. 26.

Author: Read

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin School

ISBN: 9780618075027

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 56

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Dearborn Independent

It follows that white robins , although by no means numerous , are not especially
rare , and from this it may fairly be ... is the white deer — whereas one another ' s
drawing - rooms without desire to leap from the window must be the white rabbit ...

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Movie Maker

... Robin Hood Rescues Maid Marion ( Robin Hood ) , Robin Hood And Little
John ( Robin Hood ) , The Dwarts Dilemma ... Duel Of The Wizards ( Sword In
The Stone ) , Alice And The White Rabbit ( Alice in Wonderland ) , The Mad Tea
Party ...

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My Vocabulary Did This to Me

After Spicer's death, the book was printed in facsimile by Oyez/White Rabbit
Press in 1981. One Night Stand & Other Poems, ed. Donald Allen, San Francisco:
Grey Fox Press, 1980. The Collected Books of Jack Spicer, ed. Robin Blaser, Los
 ...

Author: Jack Spicer

Publisher: Wesleyan University Press

ISBN: 9780819571090

Category: Poetry

Page: 508

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Winner of the Northern California Independent Booksellers Award for Poetry (2009) Winner of the American Book Award (2009) In 1965, when the poet Jack Spicer died at the age of forty, he left behind a trunkful of papers and manuscripts and a few copies of the seven small books he had seen to press. A West Coast poet, his influence spanned the national literary scene of the 1950s and ’60s, though in many ways Spicer’s innovative writing ran counter to that of his contemporaries in the New York School and the West Coast Beat movement. Now, more than forty years later, Spicer’s voice is more compelling, insistent, and timely than ever. During his short but prolific life, Spicer troubled the concepts of translation, voice, and the act of poetic composition itself. My Vocabulary Did This to Me is a landmark publication of this essential poet’s life work, and includes poems that have become increasingly hard to find and many published here for the first time.