Fairy Tail 42

Fairy Tail 42
Author : Hiro Mashima
Publisher : Kodansha Comics
Total Pages : 208
Release : 2014-09-30
ISBN 10 : 1612625614
ISBN 13 : 9781612625614
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Fairy Tail 42 Book Description:

With the town of giants saved, Fairy Tail turns its attention to a dark guild of demons that has begun to target former council members.

Fairy Tail 42

Fairy Tail 42
Author :
Publisher :
Total Pages :
Release : 2014
ISBN 10 : 1480650110
ISBN 13 : 9781480650114
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Fairy Tail 42 Book Description:

Fairy Tail

Fairy Tail
Author : Hiro Mashima
Publisher : Kodansha Comics
Total Pages : 208
Release : 2014
ISBN 10 : 1612624340
ISBN 13 : 9781612624341
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Fairy Tail Book Description:

As the Grand Magic Games conclude, Erza faces a space-twisting Minerva, Gajeel battles a powered-up Rogue, and Laxus fights Jura, the world's fifth most powerful wizard.

Fairy Tail 16

Fairy Tail 16
Author : Hiro Mashima
Publisher :
Total Pages : 208
Release : 2011
ISBN 10 : 1935429353
ISBN 13 : 9781935429357
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Fairy Tail 16 Book Description:

When the dark guilds ally with each other, Fairy Tail is forced to unite with three other guilds in order to combat them.

Fairy Tail

Fairy Tail
Author : Hiro Mashima
Publisher : Kodansha Comics
Total Pages : 208
Release : 2014-04-22
ISBN 10 : 9781612624419
ISBN 13 : 1612624413
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Fairy Tail Book Description:

A TEAM OF DRAGONS Laxus' protectors have all been defeated, but he still remains one of the most powerful wizards in Fairy Tail, and his Thunder Palace is threatening to rain down death and destruction on the innocent people of Manolia! Can the two dragon slayers, Natsu and Gajeel, manage to keep from fighting each other enough to stop him? Includes special extras after the story!

Fairy Tail Happy s Heroic Adventure 4

Fairy Tail    Happy s Heroic Adventure 4
Author : Original Hiro Mashima/ Kenshiro Sakamoto
Publisher : Kodansha America LLC
Total Pages : 157
Release : 2020-06-09
ISBN 10 : 9781646593842
ISBN 13 : 1646593847
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Fairy Tail Happy s Heroic Adventure 4 Book Description:

Happy and his friends thought the showdown between Animal Village and Wild Town would be over when the villagers won a series of duels, but Rhino refused to accept defeat and seized the Ether Moon, going on a rampage! With the super strength it gave him, it looks like he's going to destroy both the village and the town! Will Happy, Chee, and the others be able to stop him?! The thrilling conclusion of the Wild Town arc! Plus the Cool Land arc, where Happy, Luna, and Agi go to a frozen island to fight a monster! This volume concludes Part 1 of Happy's new world adventure!

Fairy Tail Lightning Gods

Fairy Tail  Lightning Gods
Author : Hiro Mashima
Publisher : Fairy Tail Side Stories
Total Pages :
Release : 2018-10-23
ISBN 10 : 1632366924
ISBN 13 : 9781632366924
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Fairy Tail Lightning Gods Book Description:

The electrifying strength and charm of Laxus and the rest of the Raijin Tribe in their very own adventure, taking place during the mysterious time after the disbanding of the Fairy Tail guild. In the aftermath of the disbanding of Fairy Tail, Laxus takes his Raijin Tribe to Blue Pegasus, where they quickly become popular new wizards. But when Ichiya is kidnapped, the tribe gets drawn into an inter-guild grudge match. A full adventure packed with action and comedy in a single book!

Reader Response in Elementary Classrooms

Reader Response in Elementary Classrooms
Author : Nicholas J. Karolides
Publisher : Routledge
Total Pages : 384
Release : 2020-03-09
ISBN 10 : 9781135453534
ISBN 13 : 1135453535
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Reader Response in Elementary Classrooms Book Description:

Reading is a quest. Likened to an adventure -- both metaphoric and real -- the quest is a journey of discovery. The reader's search encompasses the sensations of the experience itself, accompanying emotions, sense and meaning engendered by the experience, and understandings of the self, others, and the world around. Out of curiosity, readers also search for an extensive array of information. The journey can be envisioned and contemplated again and again after the reading act itself is completed. In a meaningful way, the reader's quest and its discoveries are life enduring and life fulfilling. The purpose of this volume is two-fold: * to establish and explore the essential features of reader response theory and its rendering of the reading process, and * to acknowledge a philosophy of teaching and to illustrate teaching strategies to evoke and enhance readers' responses. Understanding the ways in which the reader affects the reading and how the reading happens will illuminate classroom pedagogy. This text establishes and explores the essential features of reader response theory and its rendering of the reading process. The essays acknowledge a philosophy of teaching and illustrate a spectrum of teaching strategies to evoke and enhance readers' responses, including whole and small-group discussion; story drama; readers' theatre; journal writing; scripts, letters, stories, and other writings; and "body punctuation." A case study format is used to illustrate these strategies in action in real classrooms.

Framing a National Narrative

Framing a National Narrative
Author : Marte H. Hult
Publisher : Wayne State University Press
Total Pages : 260
Release : 2003
ISBN 10 : 0814330061
ISBN 13 : 9780814330067
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Framing a National Narrative Book Description:

The first in-depth analysis of the independent work of Norwegian folklorist Peter Christen Asbjornsen, and a unique look at Norwegian identity formation. When Peter Christen Asbjornsen (1812-1885) published his collection of folktales, which became a classic of Norway's romantic period, his accomplishment went far beyond the folklorist's goal of documenting fascinating stories from various regions of his country. His Norske Imldreeventyr og folkesagn was not only a work of literature but also a codification of certain assumptions for the readers of its time. It reflected cultural and intellectual currents in microcosm and helped to create a worldview that is still relevant in Norway today. In this long overdue analysis of Asbjornsen's collection, Marte Hvam Hult establishes him as a major force in the development of Norwegian national identity and argues that his work should assume a more prominent place in the Norwegian literary canon. Asbjornsen is best known as Jorgen Moe's collaborator on the famous collection of folktales, Norske folkeeventyr, which sparked debate about how the Norwegian language should appear in print. In Norske huldreeventyr og folkesagn, Asbjornsen blended a literary perspective with that of a folklorist to create a remarkable synthesis of the real and the imagined. Studying this collection from a literary point of view, Hult considers such themes as the appropriation of a harsh natural environment and human interaction with both the ethnic and supernatural Other. She discusses how Asbjornsen helped to establish the modern Norwegian novel and how his depiction of plurality can help Norwegians forge a more cosmopolitan national identity.