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Physio Recommended Would like more information on how to use this app, how often you should use it, if it is better to use when pain at its worst or at its best, when to advance through the program. Also on Android phone some of the input screens are partially chopped off rotating device doesn't help
Fantastic picture book about the creation of the Statue of Liberty. Look at her right foot. She's on the move. "Could she be going to Trenton?" Her Right Foot reminds us to have courage to end oppression and welcome those who need us. Brilliant illustrations exuding diversity and humor. Further Reading selections included. I can't wait to recommend this book at the library!
The Statue of Liberty, one of the most enduring symbols of our great nation, has a story to tell. A wonderful modern-day story teller, Dave Eggers, tells her story in Her Right Foot, with illustrations by Shawn Harris. You may know all about the famous statue, that it was built in France, that its framework was designed by Mr. Eiffel, who later designed the famous tower. You may know that it was disassembled and sent in crates to the United States, where it was gers tells that part of the story, but he also tells the part you may not know. The statue's right foot is portrayed in mid stride. She is walking, and chains on the ground show that she has been unshackled. "She is going somewhere! She is on the move!" Eggers's theory is that she herself is an immigrant, and for generations now she has greeted immigrants from all over the world the our nation. Now she is walking because she is striding to meet the next immigrants, to welcome them to our shores.Her Right Foot is beautifully illustrated, and Eggers's humor and depth capture the real meaning of the Statue of Liberty. What a great reminder that our nation is a nation of immigrants and a beacon of hope to the anks to NetGalley and the publishers for the complimentary electronic review copy!
What a fabulous children’s book! I will start off by saying that the pages in this informational book are thick and they feel like they will last for many years. I enjoyed the busy, colorful illustrations that feature many diverse individuals. It is a wonderful novel that gives its readers interesting and fun facts while conveying to its readers the story of the Statue of Liberty.I have yet to see the Statue of Liberty. I think after everything I have seen, read and heard about her, I would be in awe just to be set my eyes on her. After reading this beautiful novel, she still amazes me! There is so much to love about her but I have always loved the symbolism of the chains that are around the bottom of her and the concept that it was a gift. A gift to the U.S of this novel, the author tells us about the Frenchman who came up with the idea and how he found a designer to help him. There is talk about the models of the statue and how the skin of the final version is the thickness of two pennies (which to me, is not very thick). I thought the inventor of the skeleton for the statue was interesting. Assembling a team, they construct the statue in Paris and it stays erect for about a year before the whole team has to dissemble her to ship her off to the U.S. of A. In 214 crates, the copper statue was packed away and it took over a year to put her back together. I liked how the author talked about how the statue turned green over time. There is a lot of information in this text, a lot of great facts that’s interesting and entertaining. So, what is so interesting about her right foot, hence the title of the book? You need to look at the back of her right foot. What do you see? What do you think this symbolizes? Everyone talks about her tablet, her gown, her crown but have you noticed that right foot? I hadn’t given it any thought until I read this book and now, it’s another great reason to love her and what she symbolizes. A fantastic read and a novel that I would love to own.
Good app that does exactly what i wanted it to do. However, I had to uninstall it, because it was designed too wide for my android phone, which caused some of the text to overlap each other making it very difficult to read and enjoy. Fix that issue and I'll download it again in a second.
I just started playing with this app after my last trip to the mill and dealing with trying to calculate the cost of slabs and never being close, lol! Based on my experience so far this is app is not only going to make my next trip to the mill much less frustrating and time consuming the tally feature will probably keep me within my budget! (which would be a first! 😂) One feature request, could you add a metric option? I'd love to share this app with some of my European friends in my group
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