A woman should be two things
Harriet, Youll Drive Me Wild! by Mem FoxHarriet Youll Drive Me Wild! is a adorable book about a young girl name Harriet. This book is a contemporary realistic fiction aimed at preschool or school aged children. Throughout the book Harriet is being a handful for her mother. She breaks things and makes messes everywhere all day long.She is not doing thing intentionally but they are just happening. Her mother tried to remain calm and not yell. At the end of the book, her mother does yell at her. She quickly apologizes and says somethings things just happen. The illustrations of her causing trouble are beyond cute! The theme of this book is not one often explored. It could be used for a lesson on expression of feelings. Also it may open a discussion to why people get angry sometimes. Both student and teacher, or child and parent can learn from this book. I only rated it three stars though because I feel that children may not want to read it more than once. The lesson is good but the entertainment of the book, not so much.
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Human Rights. Today is the first ever International Day of the Girl. So, get out a pen and mark it in your calendar for next year already! You can read extracts via The Independent here. She was shot in the head as she came home from school, and was then airlifted to a hospital in Rawalpindi following the removal of the bullet from her shoulder, where it had lodged. And whom so ever will commit so in future too will be targeted again by TTP. Can one day really make a difference?
We have stereotypes to break, jobs to excel at, families to care for, lives to lead, friends to hang out with and the world to run. You're a beautiful, talented, valuable human being, so you should learn to love yourself. Of course, there are always exceptions. If you're a serial killer, then you should probably hold back from being your true self so that you can obey the law and stay out of prison. You just take it. I'm more interested in women who aren't perfect.
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