Ching Ching can't wait for Christmas. She loves looking at twinkling fairy lights, wrapping presents and eating yummy treats! So when Ching Ching realises not everyone is as lucky as she is, she decides to help. She wants everyone to have the best Christmas ever!
About the Author
Rowan McAuley is a published author of children's books. A published credit of Rowan McAuley is Go Girl! #5: Sleepover! (Go Girl!).
"While the end of the Cold War has offered new opportunities for assessing this four-decade long conflict, in regard to the Middle East, it can be said that, so far, no great, shattering revelations have been made available, in contrast to what we have learnt, for example, on the Cuba Missile Crisis of 1962, or the origins of the Korean War in 1950 ... Against this background, the monograph by Dr. Rami Ginat of Bar-Ilan University is of particular interest ... There is much of interest in this carefully researched and written book. First, Ginat's study makes rich use of the archives of secondary powers, notably, Poland and India: perhaps the most original chapter is that on India's relationship, in the context of the founding of the Afro-Asian Solidarity Conference at Bandung in 1955, with the Middle East, and Nehru's sceptical views of Nasser and his ambitions. Secondly, it strengthens the general cases for state autonomy, and for the role of ideology, in the international relations of the Middle East. Moreover, this book contributes to the broader, comparative, study of the gamut of policies known as neutralism, non-alignment, third worldism and the rest, which were so prominent in this period." --"The International History Review"
Series: Go Girl
For Ages: 6+ years old
For Grades: 2 - 4
Number Of Pages: 96
Published: 1st December 2013
Dimensions (cm): 19.7 x 13.1 x 1.0
Weight (kg): 0.103