Battlefields (Field Trips) by Jennifer Blizin Gillis

By Jennifer Blizin Gillis

Explains a few battlefield together with a customer heart, maps and types, traveling the battlefield, fortifications, earthworks, guns and monuments and steered battlefields to go to

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As someone from a big family who shares a bedroom with her sister, Karinah yearns for privacy and time to herself. One of the perks of class time, she says, is that it’s a break from the social parts of school, like the hallway or the cafeteria. It can be a relief to be in a place where you’re supposed to listen quietly. It’s not that introverts don’t have ideas to contribute to a group, because we usually do. It’s that we don’t always want to say them in front of a bunch of people. Sometimes, the swagger of the outspoken kids doesn’t leave enough room for soft-spoken students to get a word in.

In classes, my teachers often asked me to speak up more. At school dances I headed for the dance floor with my friends, but had it been up to me, we would have just hung out together at someone’s house. I went along to loud, crowded parties in college, but I couldn’t shake the feeling that I would have had a better time eating dinner with a friend or two and going to a movie. I never complained about it, though. ” Throughout this time, I’d built a small but deep network of close friends and colleagues.

Title: Quiet power : the secret strengths of introverts / Susan Cain with Gregory Mone and Erica Moroz ; illustrated by Grant Snider. Description: New York : Dial Books, 2016. Identifiers: LCCN 2015040911 | ISBN 9780803740600 (hardback) ISBN 9780399186721 (Library binding) Subjects: LCSH: Introverts—Juvenile literature. | Self-esteem—Juvenile literature. | Interpersonal relations—Juvenile literature. | Families— Juvenile literature. | BISAC: JUVENILE NONFICTION / Social Science / Psychology. | JUVENILE NONFICTION / Social Issues / Self-Esteem & Self-Reliance.

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