After picking the 100th sticker off my sock I knew it was time to make my kids a blank sticker book. Something they were excited to have and somewhere to place the stickers other than the wall, the floor or their sibling’s face.
There are 64, 8 x 10 pages inside that are plain white blank pages with the heading My Awesome Stickers. There is room for 100’s of stickers and makes a great keepsake for kids who love their stickers. Pages are meant to permanently collect their stickers.
Makes a great gift for the avid sticker collector in the house or for parents to keep their sanity.
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PERFECT BOUND, GORGEOUS SOFTBACK WITH SPACIOUS RULED PAGES. LOG INTERIOR: Click on the LOOK INSIDE link to view the Log, ensure that you scroll past the Title Page.
Record Page numbers, Subjects and Dates.
Customize the Log with columns and headings that would best suit your need.
Thick white acid-free paper reduces the bleed-through of ink.
LOG EXTERIOR COVER: Strong, beautiful paperback.
BINDING: Professional trade paperback binding.
The binding is durable; pages will remain secure and will not break loose.
PAGE DIMENSIONS: 6 x 9 inches) 15.24 x 22.86 cm (Makes for easy filing on a bookshelf, travel or storage in a cabinet or desk drawer).
Other Log Sizes are available. To find and view them, search for Unique Logbooks on Amazon or simply click on the name Unique Logbooks beside the word Author.
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The rapid advancement of technology has led to an explosion of speculative theories about what the future of humankind may look like. These "technological futurisms" have arisen from significant advances in the fields of nanotechnology, biotechnology and information technology and are drawing growing scrutiny from the philosophical and theological communities. This text seeks to contextualize the growing literature on the cultural, philosophical and religious implications of technological growth by considering technological futurisms such as transhumanism in the context of the long historical tradition of technological dreaming. Michael Burdett traces the latent religious sources of our contemporary technological imagination by looking at visionary approaches to technology and the future in seminal technological utopias and science fiction and draws on past theological responses to the technological future with Pierre Teilhard de Chardin and Jacques Ellul. Burdett’s argument arrives at a contemporary Christian response to transhumanism based around the themes of possibility and promise by turning to the works of Richard Kearney, Eberhard Jüngel and Jürgen Moltmann. Throughout, the author highlights points of correspondence and divergence between technological futurisms and the Judeo-Christian understanding of the future.