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Open Court Reading (Level 3, Book 1)

by Sra Mcgraw-Hill

Learn literature through a collection of stories and poems.

Open Court Reading (Level 3, Book 2)

by Sra Mcgraw-Hill

This book ensures students become confident readers by use of stories and poems.

Open Court Reading: Spelling And Vocabulary

by Sra

Spelling and Vocabulary helps students become more confident and successful in their reading.

Open Court Reading: Spelling And Vocabulary (Level 4)

by Sra

A book that helps students become more confident and successful in their reading.

Open Court Reading (Spelling and Vocabulary Skills, Level 1)

by Sra Mcgraw-Hill

A concept word is the name of a general idea. Look for other words that describe parts of the concept.

Open Source Chemistry Course (Grades 9-12)

by Curriki

An open source textbook.

Open Wide (Katie Kazoo, Switcheroo #23)

by Nancy Krulik

Here's a funny adventure that kids can really sink their teeth into! When Emma W. 's little brother Matthew overhears Katie talking about how awful going to the dentist is, he's terrified! So Katie accompanies him to Dr. Sang's in the hopes of calming Matthew down. Then in less time than it takes to say "open wide," she herself turns into the dentist! A predicament, to be sure, but one that ends with a smile. .

Open Your Eyes: Deaf Studies Talking

by H-Dirksen L. Bauman

This volume introduces readers to the key concepts and debates in deaf studies, offering perspectives on the relevance and richness of deaf ways of being in the world. In Open Your Eyes, leading and emerging scholars, the majority of whom are deaf, consider physical and cultural boundaries of deaf places and probe the complex intersections of deaf identities with gender, sexuality, disability, family, and race.

Operations Management 10th Edition

by Jay Heizer Barry Render

This Custom Edition for Temple University presents a state-of-the-art view of the activities of the operations function.

Opposing Viewpoints in American History, Volume 1: From Colonial Times to Reconstruction

by John C. Chalberg

This unique two-volume set combines selected pairs of documents from Greenhaven's Opposing Viewpoints: American History Series with other carefully chosen primary source viewpoints to explore the rich history of disputation that has formed and informed American history. The books thus provide a comprehensive reference tool for exploring America's past.

Opposing Viewpoints in American History, Volume 2: From Reconstruction to the Present

by John C. Chalberg

This unique two-volume set combines selected pairs of documents from Greenhaven's Opposing Viewpoints: American History Series with other carefully chosen primary source viewpoints to explore the rich history of disputation that has formed and informed American history. The books thus provide a comprehensive reference tool for exploring America's past.

Opposites, Unit 2: Around Me

by Jeri Cipriano

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Optical Magnetometry

by Dmitry Budker Derek F. Jackson Kimball

Featuring chapters written by leading experts in magnetometry, this book provides comprehensive coverage of the principles, technology and diverse applications of optical magnetometry, from testing fundamental laws of nature to detecting biomagnetic fields and medical diagnostics. Readers will find a wealth of technical information, from antirelaxation-coating techniques, microfabrication and magnetic shielding to geomagnetic-field measurements, space magnetometry, detection of biomagnetic fields, detection of NMR and MRI signals and rotation sensing. The book includes an original survey of the history of optical magnetometry and a chapter on the commercial use of these technologies. The book is supported by extensive online material, containing historical overviews, derivations, sideline discussion, additional plots and tables, available at www. cambridge. org/9781107010352. As well as introducing graduate students to this field, the book is also a useful reference for researchers in atomic physics.

Optical Physics

by A. Lipson

Aimed at undergraduate and advanced courses on modern optics, it is ideal for scientists and engineers. The book covers the principles of geometrical and physical optics, leading into quantum optics, using mainly Fourier transforms and linear algebra. Chapters are supplemented with advanced topics and up-to-date applications, exposing readers to key research themes, including negative refractive index, surface plasmon resonance, phase retrieval in crystal diffraction and the Hubble telescope, photonic crystals, super-resolved imaging in biology, electromagnetically induced transparency, slow light and superluminal propagation, entangled photons and solar energy collectors. Solutions to the problems, simulation programs, key figures and further discussions of several topics are available at


by Benjamin Crowell

Part of the Light and Matter series of open source textbooks.

Oracle PL/SQL by Example (4th edition)

by Benjamin Rosenzweig Elena Silvestrova Rakhimov

Using hands-on labs, extensive examples, exercises, and projects, this tutorial teaches basic PL/SQL concepts and general programming fundamentals, covering conditional and iterative program control techniques, error and exception handling, working with cursors and triggers (including Oracle 11g's new compound triggers), and working with advanced PL/SQL capabilities such as object-relational features and bulk SQL. Appendices offer a PL/SQL formatting guide, sample database schema, and an ANSI SQL standards reference. Rosenzweig is a software development manager. Rakhimov is a software developer. Annotation ©2008 Book News, Inc. , Portland, OR (booknews. com)

Oral Communication: Skills, Choices, and Consequences

by Kathryn Sue Young Howard Paul Travis

This book is designed to help you recognize the importance of your words and actions in communication. The goals for this undergraduate communication textbook are to: (1) engage you to think about the skills, choices, and consequences of your communication; (2) create a book you will want to read; and (3) convince you that success can be yours if you make solid choices in your communication style.

An Orchard Invisible: A Natural History of Seeds

by Jonathan Silvertown

The story of seeds, in a nutshell, is a tale of evolution. From the tiny sesame that we sprinkle on our bagels to the forty-five-pound double coconut borne by the coco de mer tree, seeds are a perpetual reminder of the complexity and diversity of life on earth. With An Orchard Invisible, Jonathan Silvertown presents the oft-ignored seed with the natural history it deserves, one nearly as varied and surprising as the earth's flora itself.Beginning with the evolution of the first seed plant from fernlike ancestors more than 360 million years ago, Silvertown carries his tale through epochs and around the globe. In a clear and engaging style, he delves into the science of seeds: How and why do some lie dormant for years on end? How did seeds evolve? The wide variety of uses that humans have developed for seeds of all sorts also receives a fascinating look, studded with examples, including foods, oils, perfumes, and pharmaceuticals. An able guide with an eye for the unusual, Silvertown is happy to take readers on unexpected--but always interesting--tangents, from Lyme disease to human color vision to the Salem witch trials. But he never lets us forget that the driving force behind the story of seeds-- its theme, even-- is evolution, with its irrepressible habit of stumbling upon new solutions to the challenges of life. "I have great faith in a seed," Thoreau wrote. "Convince me that you have a seed there, and I am prepared to expect wonders." Written with a scientist's knowledge and a gardener's delight, An Orchard Invisible offers those wonders in a package that will be irresistible to science buffs and green thumbs alike.

Ordinary Families, Special Children: A Systems Approach to Childhood Disability (3rd Edition)

by Milton Seligman Rosalyn Benjamin Darling

This popular clinical reference and text provides a multisystems perspective on childhood disability and its effects on family life. The volume examines how child, family, ecological, and sociocultural variables intertwine to shape the ways families respond to disability, and how professionals can promote coping, adaptation, and empowerment. Accessible and engaging, the book integrates theory and research with vignettes and firsthand reflections from family members.

Ordinary Genius: A Guide for the Poet Within

by Kim Addonizio

Inspired by the gratifying success of Companion, Kim Addonizio presents exciting new insights into the creative process, craft, and the lessons of her own creative subjects--love, loss, identity, community--are here, along with a heady variety of writing exercises (and innovative ways to use the Internet). Chapters on gender, race, and class challenge readers to explore their creative vision more deeply, Addonizio, hailed for her passionate, award-winning poetry, shares her breakthroughs and frustrations frankly, including samples of rejection slips. She offers not only encouragement but also a wealth of knowledge about form and structure, metaphor and rhythm, revision, and that elusive goal: publishing. "Poetry is not a means to an end," Addonizio maintains, "but a continuing engagement with being alive. " Her generous guide is for beginners and experienced poets, for groups and in the classroom--indeed for anyone eager to glimpse the angel of poetry.


by Eric A. Kimmel Dorothy Nafus Morrison

The textbook contains many special features that will help you to read, understand, and remember the geography, history, and people of Oregon.

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