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Paddy's Lament, Ireland 1846-1847: Prelude to Hatred
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When in French: Love in a Second Language
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Beyond the Job Description: How Managers and Employees Can Navigate the True Demands of the Job
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Vision and Art: The Biology of Seeing
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Achieving Your Potential As A Photographer: A Creative Companion and Workbook
Harold Davis
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Picture Perfect Practice: A Self-Training Guide to Mastering the Challenges of Taking World-Class Photographs (Voices That Matter)
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Man's Search for Meaning
Viktor E. Frankl, Harold S. Kushner
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Alzheimer's Activities: 1

Alzheimer's Activities: Hundreds of Activities for Men and Women With Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders - B.J. Fitzray A very simple book of lists by seasons, themes, etc. Could also be used in schools or home-schooling. String beads. Bat a balloon around. Feed bread to fish or birds.Drink 8 glasses of water daily. Make a game of regularly drinking a glassful. Etch-a-sketch.Play-doh.Organize silverware. Korean War talk. What branch of the military? How old? Where did you train? Was it easy or hard? What time did you get up in the morning? Did you make your bed? What was your uniform like? How did you keep your uniform clean and pressed? What about your shoes? Did you have inspection each morning? What about your officers? Your buddies -- where were they from? What was your job? ? Where were you located? Did you write letters home? Get letters? Did you get anything in the mail? How long did you serve? How did you feel about the war and serving? Jigsaw puzzle of the USTake a snapshot with the doctors, dentist, etc. Helpful reminder before the next appointment. Alzheimer's activity apron. List favorite movie and TV stars. What shows were they in? What do you remember about them? How did they dress? Did they do comedy or drama? Games or puzzles from the children's section of the newspaper. Enlarge them on a photocopier. Talk about US presidents. Who was your favorite? Why did you like him? Did you ever meet or see a president in person? Do you think there will ever be a woman president?Talk about school. How old were you went you first went? What did you wear? Were you excited about school? Did you go alone or with your sister and brothers? How did you get to school? Did you carry your lunch? Did you go home for lunch? What did you do for recess?Apply moisturizer and wrap your hands in a moist, heated towel (from the microwave). Feel objects in a bag and guess what each one is without looking at it. spoon, comb, coin, cotton ball, wrapped candy, sandpaper. Wind yarn into balls. Visit a street where you grew up or lived and describe your life there. 9 piece wood puzzle of tools. Fred Levine (I haven't found the puzzle yet). Humphrey Bogart movies.