The rainbow wand / Emily Rodda.
By: Rodda, Emily.
Contributor(s): Australian Broadcasting Corporation.Material type: BookSeries: Rodda, Emily, Fairy realm: 10.Publisher: Pymble, N.S.W. : HarperCollins, 2011Description: 1 volume.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780733329012; 0733329012.Subject(s): Fairies -- Juvenile fiction | Magic -- Juvenile fiction | Missing children -- Juvenile fiction | Fairies | Magic | Missing childrenGenre/Form: Children's fiction. | Fiction. | Juvenile works.DDC classification: A823.3 Subject: A human child has become lost in the Realm and it's up to Jessie to find her. With the help of the magical rainbow wand, Jessie sets off to save the day - only to discover a terrible secret that threatens the peace and safety of the Fairy Realm.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
Social entrepreneurship has become a much discussed term in recent years, often in conjunction with the public sector - the idea that entrepreneurship might somehow step in and save the public purse has taken hold in a number of areas. This book introduces and explains the terminology surrounding social enterprise and brings much-needed rigour to proceedings by demonstrating how this can be measured, evaluated and held accountable.
The questions raised in this text are:What is Social Enterprise and does it work? Is Social Enterprise influenced by geographic and cultural diversity? What motivations and rewards does working for a social enterprise provide? What constitutes an effective evaluation tool?
In order to answer these important questions, contributing authors draw upon academic theories such as 'Critical Appreciative Processes' and employ a mixture of quantitative and qualitative research methodologies focusing on a range of issues from how social enterprises compete against larger, resource-rich firms to evaluating outcomes of work-integration social enterprises. The result is a fascinating summary of current thinking surrounding this topic.
ABC Books division of HarperCollins Publishers, Australia.
A human child has become lost in the Realm and it's up to Jessie to find her. With the help of the magical rainbow wand, Jessie sets off to save the day - only to discover a terrible secret that threatens the peace and safety of the Fairy Realm.
For primary school age.