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Miraculous Tales of the Lotus Sutra from Ancient Japan: The Dainihonkoku Hokekyο̄okenki of Priest Chingen.by Yoshiko K. DykstraReview by: Margaret H. Childs
Love after "The Tale of Genji:" Rewriting the World of the Shining Princeby Charo B. D'EtcheverryReview by: Margaret H. Childs
Nightlights: stories for you to read to your child to encourage calm, confidence and creativity; More nightlights: stories for you to read to your child to encourage calm, confidence and creativity; Buddha at bedtime: tales of love and wisdom for you to read with your child to enchant, enlighten and inspire; Angels at bedtime: tales of love, guidance and support for you to read with your child to comfort, calm and heal; Fairies at bedtime: tales of inspiration, and delight for you to read with your child – to enchant, comfort and enlightenTallant, Laura
The Tale of Matsura: Fujiwara Teika's Experiment in Fiction.by Wayne P. Lammers;Rethinking Sorrow: Revelatory Tales of Late Medieval Japan.by Margaret Helen ChildsReview by: Ward Geddes
JACK ZIPES & the Sociohistorical Study of Fairy Tales || Creating the Sensual Child: Paterian Aesthetics, Pederasty, and Oscar Wilde's Fairy TalesNaomi Wood
From child health surveillance to child health promotion, and onwards: a tale of babies and bathwaterBellman, M., Vijeratnam, S.
Whole Tale Parallels of the Child Ballads as Cited or Given by Child or in FFC 74Gene E. Morokoff
Using collaborative poetry in child psychotherapy: the tale of the terrible rabbitHenry M. Seiden
Tales of medicine and poverty: child health in South Philadelphia, 1910 to 1930Jeffrey P. Brosco
To Tell a Tale: The Use of Moral Dilemmas to Increase Empathy in the Elementary School ChildRichard L. Upright
A tale of two continents: a multilevel comparison of the determinants of child nutritional status from selected African and Indian regionsPaula Griffiths, Nyovani Madise, Alison Whitworth, Zoë Matthews
Becoming a teller of tales: Associations between children’s fictional narratives and parent–child reminiscence narrativesJennifer A. Wenner, Melissa M. Burch, Julie S. Lynch, Patricia J. Bauer
Rethinking Sorrow. Revelatory Tales of Late Medieval Japanby Margaret Helen ChildsReview by: Sey Nishimura
Pregnant Words: South Asian Buddhist Tales of Fertility and Child ProtectionAmy Paris Langenberg
Tales of Danger: Parental Protection and Child Development in Stories from ChuukEdward D. Lowe and Allen Johnson
Federalism Reconsidered: The Case of the No Child Left Behind Act || A Tale of Two Approaches: The AFT, the NEA, and NCLBJulia E. Koppich
Bringing Child Psychology to Religious Curricula: the cautionary tale of Goldman and PiagetKay, William K.
Doctrinal Challenges, Nation Building, Terror Tactics and the Power of the Child: A Tale of Three ‘Sites’Podder, Sukanya
‘Subversive stories and hegemonic tales’ of child sexual abuse: from expert legal testimony to television talk showsDoan, Carrie
Extra corporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) therapy in a 3-year-old child with cystic fibrosis: a tale of hopeStafler, P., Wallis, C.
Tale of Two Epidemics—The Continuing Challenge of Preventing Mother‐to‐Child Transmission of Human Immunodeficiency VirusMofenson, Lynne M.
Moral Tales: Representations of Child Abuse in the Quality and Tabloid MediaWilczynski, A., Sinclair, K.
An exploratory trial implementing a community-based child oral health promotion intervention for Australian families from refugee and migrant backgrounds: a protocol paper for Teeth TalesGibbs, L., Waters, E., de Silva, A., Riggs, E., Moore, L., Armit, C., Johnson, B., Morris, M., Calache, H., Gussy, M., Young, D., Tadic, M., Christian, B., Gondal, I., Watt, R., Pradel, V., Truong, M., Gold, L.
A Tale of Two Grandmothers: Child Welfare, TANF, and the Need for More Support for Kinship Care in TennesseeBlack, E. S., Brooks, S. L.
Medieval Children Witness their Mothers' Indiscretions: The Maid Child in Chaucer's Shipman's TalePETER G. BEIDLER
TALES OF PARENTHOOD FROM THE CRYPT: THE PREDICAMENT OF THE POSTHUMOUSLY CONCEIVED CHILDMichael K. Elliott
A Tale of Two Mam Children: Contact-Induced Language Change in Mayan Child LanguageClifton L. Pye
Rethinking Sorrow: Revelatory Tales of Late Medieval Japan.by Margaret Helen ChildsReview by: Janet R. Goodwin
Rethinking Sorrow: Revelatory Tales of Late Medieval Japanby Margaret Helen ChildsReview by: William E. Deal
Creating the Sensual Child: Paterian Aesthetics, Pederasty, and Oscar Wilde's Fairy TalesWood, Naomi
Canada Once Again at the Oscars: Kim Nguyen’s Rebelle , the Tale of an African Girl Child SoldierGilbert, Paula Ruth, Green, Mary Jean