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BABY ART Kreativset »Bilderrahmen Tiny Style, k...
21,99 € *
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Der BABY ART tiny style crystalline print frame ist eine originelle Idee, um die winzigen Füße und Hände Ihres Babys in einem perfektem Gipsabdruck festzuhalten. Er lässt sich mit einem Foto einrahmen und wird so zu einem einzigartigen Andenken. Die Handhabung ist kinderleicht: Kein umständliches Trocknen im Ofen, kein zusätzliches Material erforderlich – alles was Sie brauchen, ist bereits im Set enthalten! In nur zehn bis fünfzehn Minuten (plus Trockenzeit) lässt sich ganz schnell ein toller Abdruck herstellen. Details: - Set für Gipsabdruck von Babys Füßen und Händen - funktioniert in 10-15 Minuten (plus Trockenzeit) Material: Gips, Holz, Kunststoff

Anbieter: OTTO
Stand: 29.10.2020
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Bilderrahmen Tiny Style, kristallfarbe türkis
18,99 € *
zzgl. 3,95 € Versand

Der BABY ART tiny style crystalline print frame ist eine originelle Idee, um die winzigen Füße und Hände Ihres Babys in einem perfektem Gipsabdruck festzuhalten. Er lässt sich mit einem Foto einrahmen und wird so zu einem einzigartigen Andenken. Die Handhabung ist kinderleicht: Kein umständliches Trocknen im Ofen, kein zusätzliches Material erforderlich – alles was Sie brauchen, ist bereits im Set enthalten! In nur zehn bis fünfzehn Minuten (plus Trockenzeit) lässt sich ganz schnell ein toller Abdruck herstellen. Details: - Set für Gipsabdruck von Babys Füßen und Händen - funktioniert in 10-15 Minuten (plus Trockenzeit) Material: Gips, Holz, Kunststoff

Anbieter: myToys
Stand: 29.10.2020
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Tour Quito + Galapagos + Guayaquil / 7 day tour
1.298,70 € *
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This captivating program begins in Quito city, where we will visit the world-famous Colonial Center. We will also visit the striking Middle of the World.The next day we will go to one of the last paradises on the planet the wonderful “Galapagos Islands”, here we will enjoy the presence of Giant Turtles in Ranches and to the Charles Darwin Station, in addition to this, we will swim in beautiful beaches of crystalline waters, accompanied by baby sea lions, sea turtles and iguanas.To end our program, we will fly back to Guayaquil (flight ticket not included), where the charming Las Peñas Neighborhood is located, the modern Malecon 2000 with the magnificent statues of Bolivar and San Martin, where we will have an impressive view of Rio Guayas. (You can book this additional visit with us).Explore Ecuador and its natural wonders !!!

Anbieter: Viator – Ein Trip...
Stand: 29.10.2020
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The Baltimore Book of the Dead
24,90 CHF *
zzgl. 3,50 CHF Versand

Praise for The Baltimore Book of the Dead A Finalist for the 2019 NAIBA Book of the Year in Nonfiction A PBS NewsHour Best Book of the Year One of the Top Ten Books of the Year, The Star-Ledger (Newark, NJ) 'An affecting collection of brief, incisive portraits of departed figures both public and private.' — People 'Crystalline remembrances . . . By turns reverent and wry, intimate and universal, these pieces capture the essence of friends, neighbors, a tiny baby, a young man lost to fentanyl, and even a few celebrities . . . [Winik's] mission is not to be morbid but to find a place in our collective conversation for grief, which might be one of the last social taboos . . . A welcome salve to all of us, and encouragement to honor the people we've lost who are forever with us.' —Oprah.com 'Feast on Marion Winik’s jewelbox of a book filled with gold nuggets of prose and a fevered passion for life even though much is an homage to death itself. Every sentence is a carefully considered slam dunk . . . Breathless, heartbreaking, invigorating.' — Literary Hub 'With the same candid and humorous writing style she fine-tuned through her years as an All Things Considered commentator, Winik memorializes the departed in short essays that evoke a tender sense of connection in readers.' — Baltimore Magazine 'I was so blown away by Marion Winik’s ability to artfully distill a person into a few pages that tens of thousands of pages later, I find myself thinking about her subjects. Winik’s mission of ensuring those we would never have heard about won’t be forgotten is noble . . . Each chapter is extremely short, yet powerful.' —Jacqueline Cutler, The Star-Ledger (Newark, NJ) 'Every so often I stumble across books where my first reaction is regret. How have I never heard of this writer? My second reaction is a hunger to read all he or she has written. This does not happen often enough so, please know I do not toss this sort of praise lightly. Marion Winik is one of the most elegant, evocative and incisive writers I have encountered . . . Her gift is using the fewest words to capture their spirits, and though as the title broadcasts, this is a book about the dead, it is a glorious account of living.' — The Star-Ledger (Newark) 'Spending time with dead people might make you wonder: Do I want to take this trip? You do, when Winik is telling the stories, two-page hits that read like flash nonfiction, highlight reels of what these people have meant to her, and sometimes to American culture, over the past 60 years . . . Winik’s voice is strong and clear, as if she has been called to sing these paeans and she will do it, she’s honored to do it, but she’s going to do it her way, with elation and sadness . . . Death is always in season, and it takes someone of Winik’s good humor and willingness to say, in essence, see that big door there? The one we are all going to walk through? Let’s just take a little look now, and know you will be remembered, that you are loved.' — Newsday ' The Baltimore Book of the Dead [is] a compilation of 400-word essays—yes, only 400 words!—about people who have died, some known to her, some known to all of us, some not even people. I know that might sound morbid, but it’s a joyful and hopeful book.' —Laura Lippman, Creative Loafing Tampa 'The 60-plus essays are heartbreaking . . . Additional writings are humorous or tender, offering a glimpse of Winik’s own life and tremendous powers of observation. An exquisite, quick read that most will want to reread and turn to when their loved ones are gone.' — Library Journal 'This is a book about dead people, and lots of them. The subject matter, however, belies just how lively and joyous this collection of poetic remembrances really is . . . Winik has been writing about death for a long time, which is why it’s so impressive that her new collection of hilarious, heartbreaking, and tender vignettes feels so fresh . . . Brevity lends a charmed pithiness, as well as an unexpected momentum, to each story

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 29.10.2020
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The Baltimore Book of the Dead
17,99 € *
zzgl. 3,00 € Versand

Praise for The Baltimore Book of the Dead A Finalist for the 2019 NAIBA Book of the Year in Nonfiction A PBS NewsHour Best Book of the Year One of the Top Ten Books of the Year, The Star-Ledger (Newark, NJ) 'An affecting collection of brief, incisive portraits of departed figures both public and private.' — People 'Crystalline remembrances . . . By turns reverent and wry, intimate and universal, these pieces capture the essence of friends, neighbors, a tiny baby, a young man lost to fentanyl, and even a few celebrities . . . [Winik's] mission is not to be morbid but to find a place in our collective conversation for grief, which might be one of the last social taboos . . . A welcome salve to all of us, and encouragement to honor the people we've lost who are forever with us.' —Oprah.com 'Feast on Marion Winik’s jewelbox of a book filled with gold nuggets of prose and a fevered passion for life even though much is an homage to death itself. Every sentence is a carefully considered slam dunk . . . Breathless, heartbreaking, invigorating.' — Literary Hub 'With the same candid and humorous writing style she fine-tuned through her years as an All Things Considered commentator, Winik memorializes the departed in short essays that evoke a tender sense of connection in readers.' — Baltimore Magazine 'I was so blown away by Marion Winik’s ability to artfully distill a person into a few pages that tens of thousands of pages later, I find myself thinking about her subjects. Winik’s mission of ensuring those we would never have heard about won’t be forgotten is noble . . . Each chapter is extremely short, yet powerful.' —Jacqueline Cutler, The Star-Ledger (Newark, NJ) 'Every so often I stumble across books where my first reaction is regret. How have I never heard of this writer? My second reaction is a hunger to read all he or she has written. This does not happen often enough so, please know I do not toss this sort of praise lightly. Marion Winik is one of the most elegant, evocative and incisive writers I have encountered . . . Her gift is using the fewest words to capture their spirits, and though as the title broadcasts, this is a book about the dead, it is a glorious account of living.' — The Star-Ledger (Newark) 'Spending time with dead people might make you wonder: Do I want to take this trip? You do, when Winik is telling the stories, two-page hits that read like flash nonfiction, highlight reels of what these people have meant to her, and sometimes to American culture, over the past 60 years . . . Winik’s voice is strong and clear, as if she has been called to sing these paeans and she will do it, she’s honored to do it, but she’s going to do it her way, with elation and sadness . . . Death is always in season, and it takes someone of Winik’s good humor and willingness to say, in essence, see that big door there? The one we are all going to walk through? Let’s just take a little look now, and know you will be remembered, that you are loved.' — Newsday ' The Baltimore Book of the Dead [is] a compilation of 400-word essays—yes, only 400 words!—about people who have died, some known to her, some known to all of us, some not even people. I know that might sound morbid, but it’s a joyful and hopeful book.' —Laura Lippman, Creative Loafing Tampa 'The 60-plus essays are heartbreaking . . . Additional writings are humorous or tender, offering a glimpse of Winik’s own life and tremendous powers of observation. An exquisite, quick read that most will want to reread and turn to when their loved ones are gone.' — Library Journal 'This is a book about dead people, and lots of them. The subject matter, however, belies just how lively and joyous this collection of poetic remembrances really is . . . Winik has been writing about death for a long time, which is why it’s so impressive that her new collection of hilarious, heartbreaking, and tender vignettes feels so fresh . . . Brevity lends a charmed pithiness, as well as an unexpected momentum, to each story

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 29.10.2020
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