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Born With A Bang

The Universe tells its own life story of chaos and creativity, science and struggle. Time after time the Universe nearly perishes, then bravely triumphs and turns itself into new and even more spectacular forms. Eventually it turns …

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Topics: The Younger Generation. Seasons & Special Events: All Seasons. Ages: Elementary, Pre-School, and Pre-Teen. Resource Types: Children's Books and Curriculum Supplements.

Because Brian Hugged His Mother

For those who believe that books for children should teach a lesson, have a moral, be upbeat and inclusive, this is the book for them.

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Topics: The Younger Generation. Seasons & Special Events: All Seasons. Ages: Elementary, Pre-School, and Pre-Teen. Resource Types: Books, Children's Books, and Curriculum Supplements.

Amy’s Light

The light, like many things in life, is something to be treasured but not contained, appreciated but always free. Here is a story to light ones evenings any time of year.

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Topics: The Younger Generation. Seasons & Special Events: All Seasons. Ages: Elementary, Pre-School, and Pre-Teen. Resource Types: Books, Children's Books, and Curriculum Supplements.

The Web At Dragonfly Pond

Ellis provides readers with a step-by-step depiction of a food chain that exists in a pond.

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The Dandelion Seed

“The Dandelion Seed” is a story about a seed that is scared to let go, but the wind blows it away. It sees a lot of different things in the world and eventually lands, turns into a dandelion flower, and then casts its own seeds.This popular, simple book is beautiful and touching.

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Inside All

“Inside all / Is a universe / Energy flowing.” So begins a journey at the outermost edge of everything. Inside the universe is a galaxy, milky and glowing, and inside the galaxy is a planet, blue and hopeful. The text moves from space to earth, from valley to village, and finally to a home where a child sleeps.

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In A Nutshell

A delightful tail of how an acorn grows into a mighty oak tree, helps sustain other life, and eventually dies and continues to give life to others. The images are wonderfully detailed and beautifully colored.

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How to live as a Christian without having to believe the unbelievable

Rev. Jim Burklo is the Associate Dean of Religious Life at the University of Southern California. An ordained United Church of Christ pastor, he is the author of books on progressive Christianity: OPEN CHRISTIANITY: Home by Another Road and BIRDLIKE AND BARNLESS: Meditations, Prayers, and Songs for Progressive Christians. His latest book, HITCH-HIKING TO ALASKA: The Way of Soulful Service, will be published late in 2012. You can read his weekly blog, “Musings”, at www.tcpc.blogs.com/musings , and his personal website is www.jimburklo.com .

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Report: Humanity Must Stabilize Population, Consumption or Face ‘Downward Vortex’ of ‘Ills

Doing nothing would mean a “drift into a downward vortex of economic, socio-political and environmental ills” It is urgent that humanity work towards equity of consumption and slow the growth of the world’s population or we’ll head …

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PSR Summer Session 2012

Come to Berkeley this summer! Pacific School of Religion is a progressive Christian graduate institution with strong ties to many Christian denominations. This summer we are offering more than twenty courses from July 2 to August 10 …

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