Teaching, Learning & Professional Development with the Internet
Author: Kwok-Wing Lai
Pubpsher: Otago University Press
Category: Social Science
To Ruth Dallas, words are as much a part of the natural world as are beech trees, seashells and mountains. It is no accident, therefore, that much of her work should be rooted in the New Zealand landscape, reflecting its rhythms, seasons, its benevolence and its harshness, and its effect on men and women.
Whichever side of the Labour Party you’re on, you could probably use a good laugh right now... So rejoice, comrades, for we have the solution. Packed with devastating wit, this priceless compendium has all the finest jokes, scenes and anecdotes to see you through a long, hard political winter. The Little Red Book of Corbyn Jokes - putting the 'ha' into the hard left. A socialist lion walked into a bar. The barman said, 'What's the big Clause Four?' My wife said to me, 'For my anniversary, I want you to get me something expensive,' so I registered her as a supporter of the Labour Party. Why did the chicken cross the road? Neoliberalism.
Volume two of a reference work listing all children's books by Australians. Thsi volume covers the period from 1973 to 1988. Entries provide physical descriptions, dates, publishers, illustrations, awards received and, in some cases, remarks on the content. Entries are arrnaged by author. Title and illustrator indexes are included