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A Nation of Parks

by Kristin Cashore

NIMAC-sourced textbook

The National Anthem

by Elaine Landau

Ideal for today's young investigative reader, each A True Book includes lively sidebars, a glossary and index, plus a comprehensive "To Find Out More" section listing books, organizations, and Internet sites. A staple of library collections since the 1950s, the new A True Book series is the definitive nonfiction series for elementary school readers. A True Book -- American History: How do you wrap a 450,000-pound gift? What is the world's oldest and shortest written consitution? Find out in this patriotic celebration of things uniquely American.

National Geographic Kids Chapters: Diving With Sharks!: And More True Stories of Extreme Adventures!

by Margaret Gurevich

Fans of Shark Week, Sharknado, and all things shark-related will want to sink their teeth into this exciting shark-infested chapter book. Join real-life cave divers, extreme photographers, and researchers as they brave thrilling undersea adventures! Kids who are familiar with the popular National Geographic Kids Chapters line are sure to be on the edge of their seats over these new totally true tales of adventure and survival.From the Trade Paperback edition.

National Geographic Kids Chapters: Together Forever

by Mary Quattlebaum

A fluffy chicken and a pup on wheels? A goat and a donkey who are inseparable? Lion, tiger, and bear best friends? This new chapter book features all kinds of heartwarming, awww-inspiring -- and completely true -- stories about animal friendships. So funny, sweet, and filled with engaging photos, fast facts, and fascinating sidebars, that you can't help but want to cuddle up and read about these unlikely pairings and animal best buddies.From the Trade Paperback edition.

National Geographic Kids: Ultimate Globetrotting World Atlas

by Sally Isaacs

Discovering the world and all that's in it will take on a whole new level of excitement for kids with this bold and vibrant world atlas. It's full of fun facts, fascinating information, easy-to-read maps, lots of games, and vibrant pictures of everything from wacky hotels around the world to natural and man made wonders. Kids will be presented with people, places, and animals that span the globe while being enganged and entertained.

National Geographic Reading Expeditions: World Regions: West Asia: Geography and Environments

by Robert Henderson

Climb to the top of Mount Everest, the world's tallest mountain. Float in the Dead Sea, the lowest place on Earth's surface. Celebrate the arrival of the monsoon rains in India, and walk through countries where most of the land is desert.

National Geographic Science: Science Inquiry & Writing Book

by David W. Moore Randy Bell Malcolm B. Butler Kathy Cabe Trundle Judith S. Lederman

Learn more about the way the universe works in this engaging text.

National Geographic: World Cultures and Geography, Eastern Hemisphere

by National Geographic Learning

This book provides a detailed coverage of World culture with special features like National Geographic Explorers,Global Issues,Graphs,Charts and Tables and Infographics.

The National Mall [Beyond Level, Grade 3]

by Elizabeth Brereton

NIMAC-sourced textbook

National Schools of Singing: English, French, German and Italian Techniques of Singing Revisited

by Richard Miller

A comprehensive update of a 1977 study of historical and current techniques practiced in four major Western European schools of vocalism, investigating which techniques within the national schools are common to them all and which idiosyncratic regional tendencies remain. Contains chapters on breath management techniques, techniques of vowel formation, vibrato and national tendencies, vocal registration and national attitudes, the different types of voices, and international tonal ideals. Also discusses the North American singer and the national schools.

National Security Law (Fifth Edition)

by Peter Raven-Hansen Stephen Dycus William C. Banks Arthur L. Berney

National Security Law, Fifth Edition, provides the broadest exploration of both constitutional and domestic law issues in National Security of any book in the field.

Native America: A History

by Michael Leroy Oberg

This history of Native Americans, from the period of first contact to the present day, offers an important variation to existing studies by placing the lives and experiences of Native American communities at the center of the narrative.

Natural Defenses

by Sandy Damashek

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Natural Disasters (7th edition)

by Patrick Leon Abbott

Natural Disasters, 7th edition, focuses on how the normal processes of the Earth concentrate their energies and deal heavy blows to humans and their structures. It is concerned with how the natural world operates and, in so doing, kills and maims humans and destroys their works. Throughout the book, certain themes are maintained: energy sources underlying disasters plate tectonics and climate change; earth processes operating in rock, water, and atmosphere; significance of geologic time; complexities of multiple variables operating simultaneously; detailed and readable case studies.

Natural Hazard Mitigation

by Alessandra Jerolleman John J. Kiefer

One of the four core phases of emergency management, hazard mitigation is essential for reducing disaster effects on human populations and making communities more resilient to the impacts of hazards. Presenting an up-to-date look at the changing nature of disasters, Natural Hazard Mitigation offers practical guidance on the implementation and selection of hazard mitigation programs and projects. Based on real-world applications, the book includes case studies that present a thorough explanation of the various issues involved. The contributors describe the value and potential of mitigation efforts and explain how to convince public officials and communities of that value. They also discuss how to better involve the community and uniquely tailor solutions to regional and local situations. The book begins with an overview of the history of hazard mitigation with a focus on the Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000. It examines where hazard mitigation fits into emergency management and addresses some of the challenges that can arise in navigating the various intergovernmental relationships involved in hazard mitigation. The remaining chapters explore: Public-private partnerships for hazard mitigation at the local level The role currently played by the private sector and how communities can best make use of contractors How to maximize the use of the National Flood Insurance Program and the Community Ratings System Risk communications as a key component of encouraging hazard mitigation Legal issues relevant to hazard mitigation Ways to actively engage the community and how to advocate for hazard mitigation policy How state and local governments can promote and fund mitigation without utilizing federal dollars The challenges associated with volunteers and how to best make use of this resource The area analysis as an innovative means of addressing flood risk at the block or neighborhood level The book includes learning objectives, key terms, and end-of-chapter questions to enhance comprehension. It concludes with a discussion of tools that local practitioners can use and provides an appendix with additional links and resources. This volume is an essential reference for both students and professionals in the ongoing effort to better prepare communities against the effects of natural hazards.

Natural Resources

by Jasper S. Lee


Natural Sciences Grade 4

by Siyavula

An open source textbook for South Africa.

Natural Sciences Grade 5

by Siyavula

An open source textbook for South Africa.

Natural Sciences Grade 6

by Siyavula

An open source textbook for South Africa.

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