Chapter 1: The Big Picture and What it Means to You: Introduction and overview of industryChapter 2: Is real estate for you? A Look at Real Estate DevelopmentChapter 3: Is real estate for you? A Look at Real Estate Ownership, Financing and ServicesChapter 4: Career Paths: Whats Right for You?Chapter 5: Whats it like on the inside?Chapter 6: Do You Want to be an Entrepreneur?Chapter 7: Education: Foundation of a Successful Career. What type of educational experience would be most beneficial?Chapter 8: What Employers Want.Chapter 9: Finding and Landing that First Job. How is the process different in real estate?
The author, one of eleven siblings, was born in a little village on the northern coast of British Columbia. The village, called Gingolx: in his native tongue, is also known as Kncolith. Robert Stanley now resides in Terrace, British Columbia.
This is exactly the type of book I wish I'd found during our
vacation to Alaska y Yukon Territory this year (2018).
I wanted to know how on earth these beautiful designs are made. This book helps with the basic shapes and ideas. This book is a launching pad for my imagination. It's simply written for children, which is perfect for someone who wants to know how to make their own designs in the style of Northwest Native Art.
The book includes basic templates for stencils, some coloring/tracing pages, and how-to explanations. It has very few examples of a completed design, but enough to get the idea and go off on my own.
If you are looking for history or about the designs, or about the meanings of the animals, etc., skip this book.
If you are looking to learn how to make similar designs for yourself, this is the book. If you are looking to add to children's art lessons about Native American/First People of the Northwest area of North America, this is the book.
Thank you for publishing this book. I will be referring to it often!