2 edition of Words in our pockets found in the catalog.
Words in our pockets
|Statement||edited by Celeste West.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||361|
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They had their own language for different pockets that were the style of the day. For example: Jerve as a vest pocket. And Kick was a pocket on the side in a pair of pants. And the Pratt was the back pocket. Of all the pockets, the most difficult to pick was the KICK, because it was close to the victim's leg and was always moving. Poem in Your Pocket Day. • Ask your students to choose their favorite poem from our col-lection, choose their favorite lines, and add those lines to a book-mark they can decorate with drawings. Collect the bookmarks and redistribute them, letting each student pick one that’s not their own for ongoing use in Size: KB.
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[Celeste West; Feminist Writers' Guild (U.S.);] -- Includes selections by Celeste West, Dorothy Bryant, Jan Clausen, Christina Baldwin, Elsa Gidlow, Susan Wengraf, Joanne Genet, Charlene Spretnak, Joan Ariel, and Marge Piercy.
Words in our pockets: the Feminist Writers' Guild handbook on how to gain power, get published & get paid. “When pockets were first added to women’s clothing ina Paris reporter wrote, “It’s all over with men’s superiority over women.” Pockets are indeed indispensable, and they come in two types: patch and set-in” ― Claire B.
Shaeffer, Sew Any Set-In Pocket. A Poem in Your Pocket is the third book in the children's picture book series Mr. Tiffin's Classroom, written by Margaret McNamara and illustrated by G. Brian Karas, which follows Elinor the best poet in class, as they celebrate Poem in Your Pocket Day except she has writer's block.
McNamara's text is rather simplistic and straightforward. It's "Poem in Your Pocket Day" and /5(). Words containing pocket, words that contain pocket, words including pocket, words with pocket in them.
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Now for even younger learners Little Pockets uses the same five-step pedagogy as the Pockets course, with its own games, songs, chants, and activities for very young children to. Calculate book page count using your word count.
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1 often pocket book: a small especially paperback book that can be carried in the pocket. 2: a flat typically leather folding case for money or personal papers that can be carried in a pocket or handbag.
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