Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||HD58.8 .M466 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 448 p. :|
|Number of Pages||448|
|LC Control Number||94021084|
Riding the Wave (The Wave Book 1) Usually ships within 6 to 10 days. With a new introduction by the author, never before published, unedited sessions, and extensive previously unpublished details, at long last, Laura Knight-Jadczyk s vastly popular series The Wave is /5(22). Riding The Wave (Ridden Hard Book 3) can be read as a standalone. With cameo appearances of Trina's brother Tristan Hough from Book One & Two. However, I recommend reading all three books in the series in order as they are well worth the read plus Trina & Spencer have both made cameo appearances in the other novels in the series/5(16). Riding the Wave not only collects the most probable scenarios we may face in the near future it provides the context to make it all intelligible. With roots in the science of hyperdimensions made popular by physicist Michio Kaku and the Fortean theories of the late John Keel, Riding the Wave suggests that many of the noticeable changes to our world in the last century are symptoms of the approaching Wave/5(10). The Wave is an exquisitely written first-person account of Laura s initiation at the hands of the Cassiopaeans and demonstrates the unique nature of the Cassiopaean Experiment. Laura writes: I began writing the Wave Series and other articles as a way of Author: Laura Knight-Jadczyk.
Neuroscientist and author Jill Bolte-Taylor describes when an emotion gets triggered and a feeling is evoked, “the biochemicals released by your brain surge through your body and activate bodily sensations (the neural firing patterns) that are unique to you. Think of this rush of biochemicals as a wave. The most important issue facing modern educators is knowing how to identify and adapt to new circumstances, often not of their own choosing. The Riding the Wave book study will explore different strategies for ensuring that teachers at all phases of their careers have the skills and practices necessary to succeed in an era of sudden change in the profession. The one thing that is constant in. Academically organized, dense with anecdotes and, this time, thoroughly documented, Riding the Waves of Culture is entertaining at least, and possibly essential in this global age. getAbstract recommends this book to any professional approaching an international management task, or overseeing a business that stretches across regional boundaries.8/10(). Riding the Waves: My Story Hardcover – 31 Oct. by Jane McDonald (Author)/5().
Riding the Waves The Role of Capnography in EMS 3 OBJECTIVES for the Session: By the end of this session, you will be able to: Ø Describe the structure and function of the upper and lower airways. Ø Describe the mechanics and science of ventilation and respiration. Ø Describe the basic physiology of File Size: KB. As a follow up to the popular book Enjoy the Ride, Ride the Wave shares unique new insights that will help children manage change right now. Using wisdom collected from his more than 20 years of teaching and coaching children, Dave Diggle shows, through powerful metaphors, how creatively adapting to transitions in life is the key to an enriched, empowered child.5/5(2). The Wave Summary. The Wave is set at Gordon High School over a period of nine this isn't your average high school drama story. Day 1: Ben Ross shows his students a documentary on the Holocaust. He' upset when he realizes that his students have questions about the Holocaust that he can't answer – he wishes he could give them more. Allyson Lindt's "Riding the Wave" is the third book in the "Ridden Hard" series, but you could read it as a standalone. I like the feel of this one because the leading lady, Trina, has to deal with a lot of male idiots in her workplace and she's strong and overcomes all of it/5.