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Dividers 18 Pathways & Steps 20 Children's ... Library of Congress Cataloging -
in - Publication Data The backyard playground : recreational landscapes & play ...
Author: Phil Schmidt
Publisher: Creative Publishing International
Category: House & Home
The Black & Decker Backyard Playground
entertaining and a playground in the backyard , became the bulwark against
such dangers . ... The image of the backyard playground provides a compelling
contrast with the urban playgrounds of the early 1900s , which were public
Author: Ross D. Parke
Publisher: Psychology Press
Category: Social Science
This volume provides an up-to-date overview of recent research concerning the links between family and peer systems. Considerable work in the past has focused on family issues or peer relationships, but these systems have typically been considered separately. This volume bridges the gap across these two important socialization contexts and provides insights into the processes that account for the links across the systems -- the ways in which the relationships between these systems shift across development. In addition, the variations in the links between family and peers are illustrated by cross-cultural work, studies of abused children, and research on the impact of maternal depression. In short, the volume provides not only a convenient overview of recent progress but lays out an agenda for future research.
We're fleeing the comfort of air-conditioned interiors to cook. dine, and entertain
alfresco. Were escaping to backyard playgrounds, courts, and pools for hours of
family fun and games. Now that we've rediscovered the joys of staying at home, ...
Author: Lee Anne White
Publisher: Taunton Press
Filled with ideas for turning the backyard into something more than another patch of grass, the author outlines plans for outdoor spaces including decks, patios, porches, and garden areas.
We're fleeing the comfort of air-conditioned interiors to cook, dine, and entertain
alfresco. We're escaping to backyard playgrounds, courts, and pools for hours of
family fun and games. Now that we've rediscovered the joys of staying at home, ...
Author: Jeni Webber
Publisher: Taunton Press
Category: Garden ornaments and furniture
Front Yard and Backyard Idea Bookis the ultimate idea folder of more than 500 innovative ways to transform every part of your outdoor land into personal and livable space. Fresh ideas on topics large and small, from the front entry and driveway to the back deck, kids' recreation areas, lighting, decorating the outdoors, and safety, are featured. Today's front and backyards are much more than just lawns. Outdoor kitchens make cooking a treat for the senses while backyard fireplaces create a natural gathering place for friends and family. Decks, patios and porches can be transformed into fully furnished outdoor rooms with floors, walls and ceilings. Front Yard & Backyard Idea Bookhelps readers unlock the extraordinary possibilities of these incredibly flexible areas, and showcases a huge array of cutting-edge ideas for turning yards into personal, satisfying spaces. New twists on old themes are offered, as well as some of the freshest ideas from the brightest talent in landscape design. An effective combination of stylistic concepts and hands-on advice helps you select specific projects, while hundreds of color photos inspire and delight. Two books in one, Front Yard & Backyard Idea Book will show you how to make full use of unlimited outdoor possibilities for lounging, dining, playing, and communing with nature.
Buffalo's Backyard Playgrounds and How They Grew By A. EDMERE CABANA ,
Chairman , Backyard Playground Committee BUFFALO'S BACKYARD
PLAYGROUNDS 1 Adventures in Home Play ADVENTURES IN. Three summers
Gimbel department store, working in cooperation with the PRAA, invited children
(accompanied by their parents) to try out their model city and suburban backyard
playgrounds, equipped with slides, sandboxes, sand toys, and a gym ...
Author: Lisa Jacobson
Publisher: Columbia University Press
In the present electronic torrent of MTV and teen flicks, Nintendo and Air Jordan advertisements, consumer culture is an unmistakably important—and controversial—dimension of modern childhood. Historians and social commentators have typically assumed that the child consumer became significant during the postwar television age. But the child consumer was already an important phenomenon in the early twentieth century. The family, traditionally the primary institution of child socialization, began to face an array of new competitors who sought to put their own imprint on children's acculturation to consumer capitalism. Advertisers, children's magazine publishers, public schools, child experts, and children's peer groups alternately collaborated with, and competed against, the family in their quest to define children's identities. At stake in these conflicts and collaborations was no less than the direction of American consumer society—would children's consumer training rein in hedonistic excesses or contribute to the spread of hollow, commercial values? Not simply a new player in the economy, the child consumer became a lightning rod for broader concerns about the sanctity of the family and the authority of the market in modern capitalist culture. Lisa Jacobson reveals how changing conceptions of masculinity and femininity shaped the ways Americans understood the virtues and vices of boy and girl consumers—and why boys in particular emerged as the heroes of the new consumer age. She also analyzes how children's own behavior, peer culture, and emotional investment in goods influenced the dynamics of the new consumer culture. Raising Consumers is a provocative examination of the social, economic, and cultural forces that produced and ultimately legitimized a distinctive children's consumer culture in the early twentieth century.
Glimpses into Backyard Playgrounds Nature Schools in 1930 Activities for Girls in
Cleveland Heights. NATIONAL AIR - TRANSPORT A yard full of airplanes was
the contribution of one Youngstown , Ohio , resident to the backyard playground ...
had conducted backyard playground campaigns , and decided to institute an
annual , city - wide , backyard playground contest . Thus , in the spring of 1929 ,
under the sponsorship of the Seattle Council of Preschool Associations , the first
Category: Architecture, Domestic
The play was set in 1985–Ronald Reagan's America—and the action took place
in the scraggly backyard of a street of row houses in a barely-getting-along urban
neighborhood. A half-demolished brick wall at the back of the stage formed an ...
Author: James Traub
Publisher: Random House
As Times Square turns 100, New York Times Magazine contributing writer James Traub tells the story of how this mercurial district became one of the most famous and exciting places in the world. The Devil’s Playground is classic and colorful American history, from the first years of the twentieth century through the Runyonesque heyday of nightclubs and theaters in the 1920s and ’30s, to the district’s decline in the 1960s and its glittering corporate revival in the 1990s. First, Traub gives us the great impresarios, wits, tunesmiths, newspaper columnists, and nocturnal creatures who shaped Times Square over the century since the place first got its name: Oscar Hammerstein, Florenz Ziegfeld, George S. Kaufman, Damon Runyon, Walter Winchell, and “the Queen of the Nightclubs,” Texas Guinan; bards like A. J. Liebling, Joe Mitchell, and the Beats, who celebrated the drug dealers and pimps of 42nd Street. He describes Times Square’s notorious collapse into pathology and the fierce debates over how best to restore it to life. Traub then goes on to scrutinize today’s Times Square as no author has yet done. He writes about the new 42nd Street, the giant Toys “R” Us store with its flashing Ferris wheel, the new world of corporate theater, and the sex shops trying to leave their history behind. More than sixty years ago, Liebling called Times Square “the heart of the world”—not just the center of the world, though this crossroads in Midtown Manhattan was indeed that, but its heart. From the dawn of the twentieth century through the 1950s, Times Square was the whirling dynamo of American popular culture and, increasingly, an urban sanctuary for the eccentric and the untamed. The name itself became emblematic of the tremendous life force of cities everywhere. Today, Times Square is once again an awe-inspiring place, but the dark and strange corners have been filled with blazing light. The most famous street character on Broadway, “the Naked Cowboy,” has his own website, and Toys “R” Us calls its flagship store in Times Square “the toy center of the universe.” For the giant entertainment corporations that have moved to this safe, clean, and self-consciously gaudy spot, Times Square is still very much the center of the world. But is it still the heart? From the Hardcover edition.
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Category: Architecture, Domestic
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backyard playground it can be built with a little imagination and the price of a
spare tire for your car , or less than one - half the money the average man spends
Author: Jay Bryan Nash
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Author: Anna Lorraine Guthrie
An author subject index to selected general interest periodicals of reference value in libraries.
Author: Harvard University. Graduate School of Design. Library
The well-kept, prim and proper, ornamented front yards and the hedonistic nature
of the backyard, where individuals seek refuge from the world in a very protective
and intimate playground of leisure and relative luxury, are important indicators ...
Author: Matthew J. Lindstrom
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Category: Political Science
This book provides a comprehensive, multi-disciplinary analysis of suburban sprawl development and smart growth alternatives within the contexts of culture, ecology, and politics. It offers a mix of theoretical inquiry, historical analysis, policy critique, and case studies. In addition, each chapter is coupled with featured interviews with leading activists and policymakers working on sprawl issues. Visit our website for sample chapters!
I love Fan-Fan and wouldn't willingly cause her any pain or distress, so the
backyard playground is rarely used. At least I know why she panics, if I don't
stand guard. She smells cats. But why Fan-Fan will never enter the kitchen,
bathroom or ...
Author: John Howard Reid
This anthology comprises fifteen short stories, including works that have won First Places and were Commended in various literary competitions. Seven of the stories are narrated by Micaela Morris (a sharp-witted heroine with a yen to sing Gilbert and Sullivan), and an additional five utilize the same background: a fictional small town in Kentucky called Kawbury. Another story is set in a similar small town. Other settings include television, show business, stage, theater, and country clubs. A political satire and a science fiction tale round out the collection.
On the Playground and Beyond Stephen J. Smith ... The danger of such an
extension of the analysis of risky playground situations is that it may lose hold of
the relational ... He and his friends have just started a backyard game of ball
Author: Stephen J. Smith
Publisher: SUNY Press
Shows that "risk" is a valuable and pedagogical experience for children on the playground (and for the adults that share that experience with them) in preparation for the precarious world which children find beyond the playground.
The City of Oakland , California , with its seventy playgrounds , community
centers , lake recreation center , intown and mountain ... It comprises placing in
the home area — not only the backyard a playground equipped with such
apparatus as ...
Backyard plants provide an berries ; and in the fall , the leaves of the hardy
bittersweet turn yellow just as its golden fruits burst to reveal crimsoncoated
seeds . The rosy red foliage of the Nanking cherry hangs on while the days grow
cool , and ...
Author: Merilyn Mohr
Publisher: Camden East, Ont. : Camden House
Includes projects for swings, cable rides, slides, climbers, sliding poles, bridges, playhouses, sand gardens, water play, and paths.
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preliminary meeting and the campaign were eligible for memNON - POLITICAL
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Category: Child rearing
The backyard playground included a merry-go-round and a bridge over a pond.
Pictured prior to a kindergarten rhythm band recital on June 12, 1941, are, from
left to right, (first row) Carolyn King, Marianne Rawland, Mary Aline Preston,
Author: Mollie Gallop Bradbury Mims
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
In 1854, land that was covered in trees, tall grass, spring-fed creeks, and rivers and was home to abundant wildlife, including deer, buffalo, and turkey, became Johnson County. In the early years, a trickling of brave pioneers developed cattle trails and iron rails, and as the area continued to grow and change, many farms and ranches were replaced with industrial and retail enterprises. In 2013, the Chisholm Trail Parkway, which efficiently connects the western part of the county to the metroplex and the Dallas Fort Worth Airport, was nearing completion."