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Close-up: Forensic Photography (The Crime Scene Club, Case #5)

by Kenneth Mcintosh

When the members of the Crime Scene Club visit Los Angeles, they become involved in an investigation into what appears to be the accidental death of a surfer. Includes bibliographical references and index.

Crow (North American Indians Today)

by Kenneth Mcintosh Marsha Mcintosh

North American Indians are not merely a historical topic. Instead, today's Native Americans are living, productive members of North American society. The contributions of the various Indian cultures enrich our lives in countless ways.

Devil's Canyon: Forensic Geography (The Crime Scene Club, Case #1)

by Kenneth Mcintosh

The sound of breaking glass. A scream. A shot. Then ... silence. Blood, fingerprints, a bullet, a skull, fire debris, a hair, shoeprints--enter the wonderful world of forensic science. A world of searching to find clues, collecting that which others cannot see, testing to find answers to seemingly impossible questions, and testifying to juries so that justice will be served. A world where curiosity, love of a puzzle, and gathering information are basic. The books in this series will take you to this world. Each tale is followed by a guide to its vocabulary, technology, and background.

The Earth Cries Out: Forensic Chemistry and Environmental Science (The Crime Scene Club, Case #9)

by Kenneth Mcintosh

The sound of breaking glass. A scream. A shot. Then ... silence. Blood, fingerprints, a bullet, a skull, fire debris, a hair, shoeprints--enter the wonderful world of forensic science. A world of searching to find clues, collecting that which others cannot see, testing to find answers to seemingly impossible questions, and testifying to juries so that justice will be served. A world where curiosity, love of a puzzle, and gathering information are basic. The books in this series will take you to this world.

Face from the Past: Skull Reconstruction (The Crime Scene Club, Case #6)

by Kenneth Mcintosh

A guide to reconstructing skulls. Each tale is followed by a guide to its vocabulary, technology, and background.

The Grateful Dead (Popular Rock Superstars of Yesterday and Today)

by Kenneth Mcintosh

Over the course of thirty years, the Grateful Dead became America's most successful touring act, even performing in front of Egypt's great pyramids. In 1994, the Dead were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and today, their music is still heard over the radio waves. Tribute bands help keep their sound alive, and the band's remaining members are still making music.

If the Shoe Fits: Footwear Analysis (The Crime Scene Club, Case #8)

by Kenneth Mcintosh

The sound of breaking glass. A scream. A shot. Then ... silence. Blood, fingerprints, a bullet, a skull, fire debris, a hair, shoeprints--enter the wonderful world of forensic science. A world of searching to find clues, collecting that which others cannot see, testing to find answers to seemingly impossible questions, and testifying to juries so that justice will be served. A world where curiosity, love of a puzzle, and gathering information are basic. The books in this series will take you to this world.

Iroquois (North American Indians Today)

by Kenneth Mcintosh Marsha Mcintosh

The heritage and history of each tribe is given as background to chapters on the current government, society, culture, religion, contributions, challenges, and goals of each tribe. Each volume was written with the help of Native people, and tribal leaders and scholars reviewed and approved the text for their tribes.

Monsoon Murder: Forensic Meteorology (The Crime Scene Club, Case #7)

by Kenneth Mcintosh

The wonderful world of forensic science. A world of searching to find clues, collecting that which others cannot see, testing to find answers to seemingly impossible questions, and testifying to juries so that justice will be served. A world where curiosity; love of a puzzle, and gathering information are basic. The books in this series will take you to this world.

Navajo (North American Indians Today)

by Kenneth Mcintosh Marsha Mcintosh

North American Indians are not merely a historical topic. Instead, today's Native Americans are living, productive members of North American society. The contributions of the various Indian cultures enrich our lives in countless ways. For instance, "Indians have the strongest sense of place of anyone in the world," says Amy Mossett, a Native scholar (quoted in the New York Times). This sense of place is reflected in American Indians' connection to the Earth, an intimate relationship that has concrete implications for the way we handle environmental issues. Indians' connection to the traditions of their ancestors is also strong. At the same time, however, Native Americans are modern people confronting the challenges of today's world. They gain strength for the present from their deep foundations in the past. What's more, Native traditions and wisdom have much to offer us all. North American Indians Today portrays contemporary Indians within the present-day context of their relationship to their land, their past, their traditions, and their 21st century realities. The heritage and history of each tribe is given as background to chapters on the current government, society, culture, religion, contributions, challenges, and goals of each tribe. Each volume was written with the help of Native people, and tribal leaders and scholars reviewed and approved the text for their tribes. The series consultant, a Native American expert from the University of Nebraska, ensured that the text is free from cultural bias. This series' respectful and accurate text, as well as the color photographs and Native artwork, will give readers a broader understanding of today's North American Indians, their connection to their land and their past, and their contributions to our modern-day world.

Over the Edge: Forensic Accident Reconstruction (The Crime Scene Club, Case #2)

by Kenneth Mcintosh

How to reconstruct the scene of an accident forensically. Each tale is followed by a guide to its vocabulary, technology, and background.

Poison and Peril: Forensic Toxicology (The Crime Scene Club, Case #4)

by Kenneth Mcintosh

Using the new forensics lab at their Flagstaff charter school, Jessa and the other members of the Crime Scene Club investigate the suspicious death of a local artist.

A Stranger's Voice: Forensic Speech (The Crime Scene Club, Case #12)

by Kenneth Mcintosh

The sound of breaking glass. A scream. A shot. Then ... silence. Blood, fingerprints, a bullet, a skull, fire debris, a hair, shoeprints --enter the wonderful world of forensic science. A world of searching to find clues, collecting that which others cannot see, testing to find answers to seemingly impossible questions, and testifying to juries so that justice will be served. A world where curiosity, love of a puzzle, and gathering information are basic. The books in this series will take you to this world.

Things Fall Apart: Forensic Engineering (The Crime Scene Club, Case #10)

by Kenneth Mcintosh

The sound of breaking glass. A scream. A shot. Then ... silence. Blood, fingerprints, a bullet, a skull, fire debris, a hair, shoeprints--enter the wonderful world of forensic science. A world of searching to find clues, collecting that which others cannot see, testing to find answers to seemingly impossible questions, and testifying to juries so that justice will be served. A world where curiosity, love of a puzzle, and gathering information are basic. The books in this series will take you to this world.

U2 (Popular Rock Superstars of Yesterday and Today)

by Kenneth Mcintosh

For three decades, U2 has achieved unbelievable success--and yet they are far from finished. Lead singer Bono writes, "I'm waking up every day now trying to imagine what we can do next. ... I think this band's going to get much bigger." Bono and the other members are certainly at the forefront of the world's attention. From prayer breakfasts with the president of the United States to international relief efforts to some of the best rock music ever, U2 and Bono are making their voices heard. They're determined to change the world--and they might just persuade you to do your part!

Youth with Aggression Issues: Bullying and Violence (Helping Youth with Mental, Physical, and Social Challenges)

by Kenneth Mcintosh Ida Walker

After six months as Cain Williams' girlfriend, Jada is increasingly unhappy and frightened. There's the popular Cain--outstanding athlete, bursting with confidence--but there's also another side to Cain--the tough guy who enjoys picking on weaker kids.

Youth with Conduct Disorder: In Trouble with the World

by Kenneth Mcintosh Phyllis Livingston

"He's always mad at someone--been in trouble with the world since he hit adolescence." That's how Dirk Hayden's father describes his son. Dirk agrees: "I tick everyone off. My folks, the other kids, the lifeguards, the cops--they all hate me. You would too." Can Dirk find a way to live at peace with himself and the world?

Youth with Cultural/Language Differences: Interpreting an Alien World

by Kenneth Mcintosh Ida Walker

Tanya Begay hates life in Los Angeles, so different from Navajo Nation where she grew up. At her grandfather's urging, she tries to help others in the city--including an Afghan immigrant struggling to learn English and a Guatemalan girl caught up in gang violence. The lives of these three girls from three different cultures collide, changing each of their destinies. Along the way, they learn a whole lot about themselves and their cultures, their differences and their similarities.

Youth with Depression and Anxiety: Moods That Overwhelm

by Kenneth Mcintosh Phyllis Livingston

Did you know that as many as 8 percent of teens experience anxiety or depression, and as many as 70 to 90 percent will use substances such as alcohol or illicit drugs at some time? Other young people are living with life-threatening diseases including HIV infection and cancer, as well as chronic psychiatric conditions such as bipolar disease and schizophrenia. Still other teens have the challenge of being "different" from peers because they are intellectually gifted, are from another culture, or have trouble controlling their behavior or socializing with others. All youth with challenges experience additional stresses compared to their typical peers. The good news is that there are many resources and supports available to help these young people, as well as their friends and families. The stories contained in each book of this series also contain factual information that will enhance your own understanding of the particular condition being presented. If you or someone you know is struggling with a similar condition or experience, this series can give you important information about where and how you can get help. After reading these stories, we hope that you will be more open to the differences you encounter in your peers and more willing to get to know others who are "different." --Carolyn Bridgemohan, M.D.

Youth with Gender Issues: Seeking an Identity

by Kenneth Mcintosh Ida Walker

This book examines the challenges of growing adolescents with gender issues.

Youth with HIV/AIDS: Living with the Diagnosis

by Kenneth Mcintosh Ida Walker

This book examines the challenges of growing adolescents who have HIV/AIDS.

Youth with Impulse-Control Disorders: On the Spur of the Moment

by Kenneth Mcintosh Phyllis Livingston

This book examines the challenges of youth with impulse-control disorders who live on the spur of the moment.

Youth with Juvenile Schizophrenia: The Search for Reality (Helping Youth with Mental, Physical, and Social Challenges)

by Kenneth Mcintosh Phyllis Livingston

Josh Bruner is used to being the hero, the helper at Shore View High--but all that changes suddenly when a mysterious voice begins to harass him. In the following weeks, Josh becomes convinced he has special powers and a unique destiny; he also fears that the people closest to him are in real danger. He's determined to obey the voices and rescue his family and friends, even if it costs him everything. Eventually, crushed by his own actions, Josh struggles to define reality and reconstruct his shattered life.

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