Items related to PRIMARY COMPOSITION EARLY CREATIVE WRITING TABLET:...
Primary composition early creative writing tablet: establish good writing skills, boost up confidence level & enhance your kid's creativity with primary composition early creative writing tablet - softcover, edwards, tina.
This specific ISBN edition is currently not available.
- About this edition
- Publisher Independently published
- Publication date 2019
- ISBN 10 1690692308
- ISBN 13 9781690692300
- Binding Tapa blanda
- Number of pages 120
- Rating 0 avg rating • ( 0 ratings by Goodreads )
(No Available Copies)
- Advanced Search
- AbeBooks Home
If you know the book but cannot find it on AbeBooks, we can automatically search for it on your behalf as new inventory is added. If it is added to AbeBooks by one of our member booksellers, we will notify you!
A Literary Tour of Moscow
It’s hard to count the exact number of great Russian writers who showed their love for Moscow. The city has attracted and prompted stories for a long time now, inspiring many to express their writing talent. Thus, Moscow’s literary sights are fully deserving of our attention, and this guide gladly presents you six of them, from museums to apartments.
View all trips, nikolay gogol museum.
The State Museum of Mayakovsky
Turgenev's Family House
Become a Culture Tripper!
Sign up to our newsletter to save up to 800$ on our unique trips..
Cemetery, Monastery, Museum
The Apartment of Dostoevsky
Building, Memorial, Museum
The Mikhail Bulgakov Museum
Volcanic Iceland Epic Trip
Meet our local insider.
HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN A GUIDE?
What do you love about your job, it's the personal contact, the personal experiences. i love meeting people from all over the world... i really like getting to know everyone and feeling like i'm traveling with a group of friends., what destination is on your travel bucket-list, i have so many places on my list, but i would really lobe to go to africa. i consider myself an “adventure girl” and africa feels like the ultimate adventure.
Every CULTURE TRIP Small-group adventure is led by a Local Insider just like Hanna.
See Our Culture Trips
KEEN TO EXPLORE THE WORLD?
Connect with like-minded people on our premium trips curated by local insiders and with care for the world
Since you are here, we would like to share our vision for the future of travel - and the direction Culture Trip is moving in.
Culture Trip launched in 2011 with a simple yet passionate mission: to inspire people to go beyond their boundaries and experience what makes a place, its people and its culture special and meaningful — and this is still in our DNA today. We are proud that, for more than a decade, millions like you have trusted our award-winning recommendations by people who deeply understand what makes certain places and communities so special.
Increasingly we believe the world needs more meaningful, real-life connections between curious travellers keen to explore the world in a more responsible way. That is why we have intensively curated a collection of premium small-group trips as an invitation to meet and connect with new, like-minded people for once-in-a-lifetime experiences in three categories: Culture Trips, Rail Trips and Private Trips. Our Trips are suitable for both solo travelers, couples and friends who want to explore the world together.
Culture Trips are deeply immersive 5 to 16 days itineraries, that combine authentic local experiences, exciting activities and 4-5* accommodation to look forward to at the end of each day. Our Rail Trips are our most planet-friendly itineraries that invite you to take the scenic route, relax whilst getting under the skin of a destination. Our Private Trips are fully tailored itineraries, curated by our Travel Experts specifically for you, your friends or your family.
We know that many of you worry about the environmental impact of travel and are looking for ways of expanding horizons in ways that do minimal harm - and may even bring benefits. We are committed to go as far as possible in curating our trips with care for the planet. That is why all of our trips are flightless in destination, fully carbon offset - and we have ambitious plans to be net zero in the very near future.
Black Friday Offers on Our Trips
- Post ID: 411829
- Sponsored? No
- View Payload
Disappearing books: How Russia is shuttering its Ukrainian library
A still image taken from video footage shows empty shelves and cardboard boxes with books at the Library of Ukrainian Literature in Moscow, Russia, March 9, 2017. Video footage taken March 9, 2017. REUTERS/Nikolai Isayev Acquire Licensing Rights
MOSCOW (Reuters) - First, armed police seized some of its books. Next, its director was put on trial accused of stirring up ethnic hatred. And now, quietly, its shelves have been emptied and its volumes packed up, ready to be merged into another library's collection.
A year and a half after Russia's only state-run Ukrainian language library, Moscow's Library of Ukrainian Literature, was dragged into a political dispute between the two countries, Reuters has learnt that authorities are quietly winding it down.
Officially, what is happening to the library -- its 52,000 books are being transferred to Russia's main foreign language library -- is "a change of address" not a closure.
But the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry, some of the library's employees, and members of Russia's large Ukrainian diaspora say it is a closure in all but name.
Tatyana Muntyan, a library employee, said that even before the transfer its director had reduced opening hours, stopped home lending, halted acquisitions, and made readers show passports to gain entry. The library's director declined to comment.
The saga, along with other measures, suggests political differences between Moscow and Kiev are driving a wedge between two peoples whose cultures have been interwoven for centuries. It is likely to stoke Ukrainian fears that their culture, as well as their territorial integrity, is under siege.
Moscow annexed Ukraine's Crimea region in 2014 and Kiev accuses it of backing pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine, an allegation the Kremlin denies.
Russian officials have often cast doubt on Ukraine's status as a separate country, recalling much of it was once part of the Russian empire. Some Ukrainians say the library's fate is another example of their nationhood being undermined by Russia.
"They want to prove that we are 'one people,'" wrote Vitaly Portnikov, a Ukrainian commentator for Radio Free Europe. "To do that, you need to destroy everything that constitutes the cultural uniqueness of the Ukrainian people. In such a situation why have a Ukrainian library in the center of Moscow?"
DAWN RAID, ARREST
Estimates of the number of Ukrainians in Russia range from five to ten million, making them Russia's third-largest ethnic group. Since Moscow annexed Crimea, some Ukrainians say they feel insecure in Russia.
A Ukrainian film director, Oleg Sentsov, is serving 20 years in jail for "terrorist attacks" in Crimea after what Amnesty International called "a show trial." Diplomatic ties between the two are, as one Ukrainian official put it, "almost zero".
Ukraine warned its citizens in October against traveling to Russia, saying they were at risk following an increase in harassment and detentions by Russia's security services.
The Ukrainian library's problems got serious in October 2015 when armed, masked police carried out a pre-dawn raid and arrested Natalya Sharina, then its director, confiscating books the authorities called illegal anti-Russian propaganda.
One of the books, by Dmytro Korchinskiy, a Ukrainian nationalist author banned in Russia, was on a list of "extremist" literature. Library employees said at the time that investigators had planted extremist books to frame them.
Investigators have declined to respond to that allegation.
Sharina, 59, who denies wrongdoing, has been under house arrest since then, and is on trial in a Moscow court accused of inciting ethnic hatred by distributing literature one Russian expert certified as anti-Russian. Her successor has accused her of misappropriating funds too. Sharina denies that.
Her legal team says the case against her is politically-motivated. Designated a prisoner of conscience by Amnesty International, she faces up to 10 years in jail if found guilty.
Other library staff say they have been cross-examined in the wider investigation, with some having their homes searched.
There has so far been no official announcement of the library's closure, but Moscow city officials said in December they planned to give its collection to a new center of Slavonic culture that will house books from 13 countries.
The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry urged Russia not to go ahead, saying the library should be spared the "deliberate destruction of the only specialized state institution founded by the Ukrainian community".
It had raised the issue with the Russian government, which had ignored the pleas.
A Reuters reporter who visited the library, a sprawling green building, saw empty shelves, piles of boxes packed with books, and no readers.
On the web site of the Moscow city government, which owns the library, its designation has been quietly changed. Once listed as a library, it is now in an amorphous "other" category.
Employees say they tell readers there are no longer any books to read, they no longer offer Ukrainian language lessons, and that the library's contents are being transferred to the new center elsewhere in Moscow.
A spokeswoman for the Moscow city authorities said the most popular books were already available in their new home. Others would be transferred later. More readers went to the new library than frequented the Ukrainian library, she said.
The Ukrainian library traces its history back to 1918 and has, in various incarnations, weathered a Stalin-era clamp down on Ukrainian literature and World War Two.
The new cultural center does not appear to have the space to display the Ukrainian library's 52,000 books and periodicals. It said in December it would only be able to hold 12,000 books.
The library's current director, Natalya Vidineeva, who was brought in after her predecessor's arrest, told Reuters via a security guard she would not discuss the matter and referred questions to the Moscow city authorities.
The Moscow city spokeswoman said "there was no political element" in what was happening to the library.
"There is no intention to 'destroy' or 'kill something off," she said in emailed comments. "On the contrary, by transferring the books ... we are not only preserving the Library of Ukrainian Literature's books, but also believe it will facilitate the popularization of the Ukrainian literary legacy."
The Kremlin has declined to comment, but when asked about the Ukrainian library in December 2015, President Vladimir Putin said he knew nothing about its problems, but that it was important it should not "in any circumstances" be lost.
"We're keen to find out what kind of new life the library can have without any books," said employee Tatyana Muntyan. "We come to work each day and don't know what awaits us."
Editing by Giles Elgood
Our Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Gunfire heard in Sierra Leone capital after attack on barracks
China ministry seeks more fever clinics to combat respiratory illness surge
Pope says he has lung inflammation, aide reads message for him
Greece PM laments lack of progress with UK on Parthenon Sculptures
More from Reuters
Dutch politician Wilders vows 'I will be prime minister' on X
Veteran Dutch anti-Islam politician Geert Wilders on Saturday vowed to be prime minister of the Netherlands eventually, following an election in which his party won the most seats.
A lion and several bears go wild in snow in Kosovo
Former officer convicted in death of George Floyd attacked in prison, official confirms
Hamas delays second hostage release until Israel lets aid into northern Gaza
Ukraine needs more air defences to protect grain exports, Zelenskiy says
- Education & Teaching
- Schools & Teaching
Enjoy fast, FREE delivery, exclusive deals and award-winning movies & TV shows with Prime Try Prime and start saving today with Fast, FREE Delivery
Amazon Prime includes:
Fast, FREE Delivery is available to Prime members. To join, select "Try Amazon Prime and start saving today with Fast, FREE Delivery" below the Add to Cart button.
- Cardmembers earn 5% Back at Amazon.com with a Prime Credit Card.
- Unlimited Free Two-Day Delivery
- Instant streaming of thousands of movies and TV episodes with Prime Video
- A Kindle book to borrow for free each month - with no due dates
- Listen to over 2 million songs and hundreds of playlists
- Unlimited photo storage with anywhere access
Important: Your credit card will NOT be charged when you start your free trial or if you cancel during the trial period. If you're happy with Amazon Prime, do nothing. At the end of the free trial, your membership will automatically upgrade to a monthly membership.
Buy new: $4.99
Download the free Kindle app and start reading Kindle books instantly on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required .
Read instantly on your browser with Kindle for Web.
Using your mobile phone camera - scan the code below and download the Kindle app.
- To view this video download Flash Player
Primary Composition Creative Writing Tablet K-2: Primary Composition Notebook, Wide Ruled Comp Book, Lined Dotted Paper, Grades K-2 Writing Workbook, ... Supplies, 100 pages, 8.5x11 inches, Green Paperback – March 7, 2022
- Paperback $4.99 1 New from $4.99
Purchase options and add-ons
- Print length 100 pages
- Language English
- Publication date March 7, 2022
- Dimensions 8.5 x 0.23 x 11 inches
- ISBN-13 979-8428601213
- See all details
- ASIN : B09TWK6T6N
- Publisher : Independently published (March 7, 2022)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 100 pages
- ISBN-13 : 979-8428601213
- Item Weight : 11.2 ounces
- Dimensions : 8.5 x 0.23 x 11 inches
- #28,287 in Homeschooling (Books)
- #54,501 in Education Workbooks (Books)
To report an issue with this product, click here .
Customer Reviews, including Product Star Ratings help customers to learn more about the product and decide whether it is the right product for them.
To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. Instead, our system considers things like how recent a review is and if the reviewer bought the item on Amazon. It also analyzed reviews to verify trustworthiness.
- Sort reviews by Top reviews Most recent Top reviews
Top review from the United States
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. please try again later..
- Amazon Newsletter
- About Amazon
- Press Center
- Investor Relations
- Amazon Devices
- Amazon Science
- Start Selling with Amazon
- Sell apps on Amazon
- Supply to Amazon
- Protect & Build Your Brand
- Become an Affiliate
- Become a Delivery Driver
- Start a Package Delivery Business
- Advertise Your Products
- Self-Publish with Us
- Host an Amazon Hub
- › See More Ways to Make Money
- Amazon Visa
- Amazon Store Card
- Amazon Secured Card
- Amazon Business Card
- Shop with Points
- Credit Card Marketplace
- Reload Your Balance
- Amazon Currency Converter
- Your Account
- Your Orders
- Shipping Rates & Policies
- Amazon Prime
- Returns & Replacements
- Manage Your Content and Devices
- Your Recalls and Product Safety Alerts
- Conditions of Use
- Privacy Notice
- Your Ads Privacy Choices