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Cushla and her books
|Genre||Case studies., Biography.|
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|Number of Pages||123|
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Cushla and Her Books. () Dorothy Butler Cushla and her books is a heartwarming story of two parents who are devoted to raising their daughter with significant disabilities. Even though these disabilities stunted her physical and cognitive development, her parents were determined to give Cushla the best quality of life. Her story wowed others in the course and it led to her first Cushla book, published in It is an adventure story that is both funny and .
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Cushla and her books is a heartwarming story of two parents who are devoted to raising their daughter with significant disabilities. Even though these disabilities stunted her physical and cognitive development, her parents were determined to give Cushla the best quality of by: Amazon Book Description: This book describes how a mother turned to children's books as a source of comfort and help when her first child, Cushla, was born with what appeared to be an unrelated list of handicaps/5.
Cushla and her books is a heartwarming story of two parents who are devoted to raising their daughter with significant disabilities. Even though these disabilities stunted her physical and cognitive development, her parents were determined to give Cushla the best quality of life/5(2).
Muriel Dorothy Butler was born in Grey Lynn, New Zealand on Ap Cushla and her books book received a diploma in education from the University of Auckland for her study of her severely handicapped granddaughter Cushla.
This research was later adapted for publication as Cushla and Her Books. She was a children's book author and bookseller. Cover subtitle: the fascinating story of the role of books in the life of a handicapped child. Originally published Auckland, N.Z.: Hodder and Stoughton, Blue 1/4 cloth.
Description: pages: illustrations ; 20 cm: Other Titles: Cushla and her books, the fascinating story of the role of books in the life of a Cushla and her books book child.
Her first books Cushla and her Books (Holder & Stoughton ), Reading Begins at Home (with Dr Marie Clay, HeinemannBabies Need Books (Bodley Head ) and Five to Eight (Bodley Head ; reflected her interest in encouraging parents to share books with children from an early age. She has lectured widely on this subject in.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Based on Cushla: a case study--three years of enrichment in the life of a handicapped child, original investigation presented for the Diploma in Education, the University of Auckland, New Zealand, ".
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Cushla and her books by Dorothy Butler,Penguin Books edition, in English Cushla and her books ( edition) | Open LibraryCited by: Buy Cushla and Her Books by Butler, Joan (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(1). 'This book is based on "Cushla: a case study - three years of enrichment in the life of a handicapped child", an original investigation presented for the Diploma in Education, the University of Auckland, New Zealand, ' -- title page verso.
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With her stories Cushla was to escape from the hardships she dealt with everyday and take part in the lives of all the characters she met within the pages of her books.
It was when I began to read about how Cushla responded to the books that I realized despite her physical disabilities and sickness she was very much a normal child.5/5(1). Horn Book Magazine, v56 n3 p Jun Discusses the importance of parents' reading attitudes and habits in promoting reading in children, defends the quality of current children's books, and tells how Dorothy Butler's "Cushla and Her Books," a book about the rehabilitation of a disabled child, establishes unequivocally the need for "human Author: Ethel L.
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Funeral Home Services for Cushla are being provided by Tauranga Funeral Services. The obituary was featured in The New Zealand Herald on June. 'Twas they tempted Connor over the sea And I lost my lover, my cushla machree." —Anonymous, "My Connor" in The Dublin Book of Irish Verse,ed.
John Cooke, The word that gave us acushla and macushla, cushlamachree is an adaptation of the Irish Gaelic cuisle mo chroidhe, literally, "vein of my heart."It's a lovely, poetic way to refer to your sweetheart—and. By this is meant the use of books to help children with physical problems: reading with multiply handicapped babies, such as Cushla in Dorothy Butler’s Cushla and Her Books, reading with children to improve eye co-ordination, reading with hyper-active youngsters toCited by: 6.
HAYES, Cushla Diedre. Suddenly on Saturday February 8, with her soulmate John at her side. Much loved wife of John for 54 years.
Loved and respected Mum of Tracey and Gavin. Much loved Nana to.With her reports Cushla was to escape from your hardships your woman dealt with day-to-day and take part in the lives of all the characters she attained within the internet pages of her books.
It was when I started to read about how Cushla responded to the ebooks that I understood despite her physical afflictions and sickness she was very much.parents and babysitter, a strategy described long ago by Dorothy Butler in Cushla and her Books, about a severely disabled child responding to a steady diet of children’s literature read aloud.
Whatever children’s range of abilities or capabilities, they thrive on stories. As do we all.