Oops! - Jennifer Green Summary
The author of this book realized that some of her pre-kindergarten students came to school without knowing certain social skills. This book is meant to teach those social skills in a shared reading experience between parent and child. It is also meant to be used by the young child as a reference and is very handy for students with special needs.
Oops - Arthur Geisert Summary
Oops! One morning, while a pig family was sitting down to breakfast, a little milk spills to the floor. That shouldn’t be any problem at all! And it wouldn’t, except that the milk seeps through a crack in the floor and drips down to the workshop below onto a tray that tips and flips the switch on the grinder whose spinning wheel catches the loose end of a clothesline which gets wound around the leg of a table saw . . . and that is just the beginning of a series of chain reactions that lead from a little spill on the table to a giant boulder in the breakfast room! With each disastrous step depicted as only Arthur Geisert could, a seemingly ordinary incident spills out of control. They say you shouldn't cry over spilled milk, but what if it destroys your whole house?
Oops! - Julie Lauren Summary
'Oops!: An Insider’s Guide to Dating, Sex, and Relationships in Your 20s’ is a handbook for men and women to help them navigate all the fun, drama, heartbreak, and everything in between when it comes to dating, sex, and relationships in this pivotal time in one’s life. Within these pages, you’ll find stories and blunt words of wisdom. All the questions you never thought to ask are being answered. We’ve all made mistakes and learned the hard way. ‘Oops!’ is going to be your new best friend.
It’s Great! Oops, No It Isn’t - Ronald Gauch Summary
The truth is, few people know the first thing about clinical research. The public reads about a medical research project that announces unbelievable results for a miraculous drug. Some years later, another investigation completely wipes out those initial favorable findings. Hormones Cut Women’s Risk of Heart Disease (San Francisco Chronicle, 1994) Hormones Don’t Protect Women from Heart Disease, Study Says (Washington Post, 2001) The people are confused because we do not understand the process behind these conflicting results. Our health, and in fact, our very lives are dependent on clinical trials, but we know little about them. This book explains the issues the public needs to be aware of when it comes to clinical research. It uncovers the problems in medical investigations that can not be overcome no matter how much care and diligence medical researchers bring to a research project. The basic premise that drives the writing is that it is impossible for medical researchers to guarantee that they can get all the right answers from a single study. No matter how good the investigators are, no matter how well a study is planned, no matter how carefully the plans are executed and no matter how conscientiously the results are analyzed and interpreted – the answer may still be wrong. The deck is stacked against medical researchers and the public – you – should be skeptical of the results no matter how impressive they seem on the surface.
Oops! - Lori Avocato Summary
Greta Lipinski's biological clock is about to run out of batteries. She’s always wanted children, and the fact that she isn’t married isn’t about to stop her. Her track record for dating losers is just further proof that she doesn’t need a man to have a baby. Seeking out the help of Dr. Alec Thurston, a renowned New England fertility expert, Greta initiates the fertility process. Alec, the privileged son of wealthy but distant parents, grew up barely knowing the meaning of the word “family." He loves his job, and is happy to help Greta fulfill her dreams, but fatherhood is not for him. Until a lab error throws the unlikely Greta and Alex into a major…oops moment.
OOPS! - Biodun Samuel Adepetu Summary
Spoken words are like broken eggs, which when broken, are difficult to re-assemble. Have you ever been in a situation where you said something you wished you never said? Dear reader, I’ve got good news for you! The book “Oops!” is a one-stop shop and source of learning on how to use the tongue positively. By following the advice in this book, you won’t have any cause to regret your words to others. The words of your mouth shall be filled with honey and melody; they shall be sweet music in the ears of your listeners!
Oops! - Bill Myers Summary
In training to become a future world leader, Malibu Junior High School student TJ continues her mishaps with her "helpers" from the twenty-third century, who have provided her with a Thought Broadcaster Pen that forces her to try to stop returning meanness to those who are mean to her.
O.O.P.S. - Stephen E. Frantzich Summary
Combining humor and wisdom, this timely volume examines how presidential campaigns can—and often have—become undone by an unguarded comment, an unintentional misrepresentation, or an unwise initiative. * 30 before-and-after polls that illustrate the effect gaffes can have on campaigns, both immediately and over time * Detailed vignettes placing specific gaffes in their contemporary political and social contexts * Sidebars and political cartoons that enrich the discussion of particular gaffes
"Oops, I Did It Again!" - Ron Kelly Summary
underachiever, Function: n : a person (as a student) who fails to achieve his or her potential or does not do as well as expected I dont feel like a very good Christian at all. Everybody at my church seems to have it all together. Perhaps religion isnt for me after all, because Ill never be spiritual enough. If you share in this sentiment, then this book is for you! Im writing this book for the silent majority who has said repeatedly, Im never going to get this Christianity thing right! Imperfections, unfinished goals and sporadic failures are some of the defining characteristics of Christians. In fact, if youre looking to find Jesus, He can be found in the midst of incompetent religious leaders, burnt-out believers and moral misfits people whose lives are far from perfect! In this book, you will find a practical approach to Christianity that will help you, the believer, deal with the day-to-day disappointments and shortcomings that your sin problem causes. I am thoroughly convinced that genuine faith begins by admitting that we will never completely or totally have our act together. That being said, I am in no way suggesting that we have a license to sin. This book was written to help you understand that while you are flawed and imperfect, God thinks youre beautiful, and He loves you unconditionally!
Oops Plays Ball - Anne Rawls Summary
Oops Plays Ball is an action filled account of a small boy and his determination to play ball and do well. It shows that a substitute can excel and win the game for the team. Oops never gives up and does his best. New author Anne Rawls fills the pages with heartfelt excitement and her colorful descriptions paint a vivid picture of the events. You'll be cheering until the very end.
OOPS! The Parenting Handbook - Erik Robertson Summary
Oops! The Parenting Handbook equips you for perhaps the most important job you'll ever do in your adult years yet one you're least prepared for. The essence of all the best modern practices and methods for parenting children from infancy to adolescence is woven together in an easy-to-apply format for traditional parent-couples, single parents, and non-traditional parents. Erik R. Robertson brings almost two decades of experience in parental counselling to help parents negotiate the hazards of modern-day parenting with multiple demands on their time and the many dangers that lurk for children - from easy availability of drugs and porn to consumerism and sexual predators. Oops! I wish I had known this before! will support every parent in developing the skills they need with loving guidance and practical down-to-earth tools.
Too Many OOPS! - Mamie R. Toole Summary
OOPS! is a word someone usually says When something is inadequately done. Or when nothing is completely completed Or maybe out of three--- only one. OOPS! also can mean you have forgotten To do something you shouldn't have forgot You have a feeling of uncertainty "Maybe I did—then - Maybe not! OOPS! You have various reasons for needing to say OOPS! "I'm about to," "Perhaps" or "Not really!" Procrastinating or refusing to do it Too weary or just too busy. People sometimes rush an assignment Knowing there is little time to make corrections The time frame may be limited too Not enough time to read the directions OOPS!
Clearwater Oops! - Al Rennie Summary
Joe has a new car; Mia finds a body in one of her condos; Sean’s mom is still crazy but wants him back; a social worker asks Joe to help find some missing kids; Eliza is about to lose it all; Flash gets a new friend; Bob Morse believes that his wife is cheating on him; Doug takes a step towards sainthood; Janille and Marissa move into their new home; and Joe gets a gift. Another romp in Paradise!
Alley Oops - Janice Levy Summary
This story relates the painful and embarrassing aftermath of name-calling and bullying from the perspective of the bully. J. J. Jax has been tormenting an overweight boy named Patrick, calling him Pig-Pen and Porky, to the point that Patrick is now afraid to go to school. Learning of his son's behavior, J. J.'s father lectures him to stop bullying Patrick. When that approach fails, Mr. Jax tries another tack and shares an experience he had as a youthful bully and the consequences he recently faced as a result of his actions. Touched by his father's words, J.J. reaches out to Patrick in a school arm-wrestling contest and experiences the "alley oops" moment of empowerment and self-esteem that comes from doing the right thing. Snappy dialogue highlights the harmful, lasting effects of bullying and the importance of finding common ground toward conflict resolution. Believable contemporary illustrations bring the story to life with expressive body language.