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Literature: An Introduction to Reading and Writing AP 4th Edition

by Edgar V. Roberts Darlene Stock Stotler

Dedicated to the interlocking processes of reading and writing, this book contains carefully chosen literary selections, and each chapter contains detailed information on and sample essays for writing about literature.

Literature: A Portable Anthology (3rd Edition)

by Jack Ridl Peter Schakel Janet E. Gardner Beverly Lawn

The third edition of Literature: A Portable Anthology presents, in a compact and highly affordable format, an ample and flexible choice of fiction, poetry, and drama for introductory literature courses. Arranged chronologically by genre, the stories, poems, and plays are complemented by editorial matter that offers enough help for students learning to think, read, and write about literature, without interfering with their enjoyment of the literary works.

The Literature Review: A Step-By-Step Guide for Students

by Diana Ridley

This Second Edition of Diana Ridley's bestselling guide to the literature review outlines practical strategies for reading and note taking, and guides the reader on how to conduct a systematic search of the available literature, and uses cases and examples throughout to demonstrate best practice in writing and presenting the review. New to this edition are examples drawn from a wide range of disciplines, a new chapter on conducting a systematic review, increased coverage of issues of evaluating quality and conducting reviews using online sources and online literature and enhanced guidance in dealing with copyright and permissions issues.

Literature to Go (2nd Edition)

by Michael Meyer

This book is a brief collection of stories, poems, and plays, accompanied by class-tested, reliable pedagogy and unique features that bring literature to life for students.

The Little, Brown Book of Anecdotes

by Clifton Fadiman

A collection of biographical anecdotes about famous people.

The Little, Brown Essential Handbook (Eighth Edition)

by Jane E. Aaron

For first year composition and undergraduate courses across the curriculum. The Little, Brown Essential Handbook , Eighth Edition, is a brief, accessible, and inexpensive pocket-sized handbook that answers questions about writing in the disciplines, the writing process, grammar and usage, research writing, and documentation. Teaching and Learning Experience This text will provide a better teaching and learning experience--for you and your students. It provides: · Minimal terminology, clear explanations and examples, and pointers for ESL writers: Help students at all levels of learning. · Extensive sections on academic writing, research writing, source documentation, and document design: Support writers in all disciplines. · Convenient pocket size, four-color design, spiral binding, and numerous reference aids: Make the book convenient to carry and easy to use.

The Little, Brown Handbook (High School Version)

by Jane E. Aaron H. Ramsey Fowler

The handbook can help students build the writing skills they need to prepare for college-level coursework in many disciplines like developing paragraphs, punctuate quotations, write a college-application essay etc.

The Little Data Book 2012

by The World Bank

This pocket-sized reference on key development data for over 200 countries provides profiles of each country with 54 development indicators about people, environment, economy, technology and infrastructure, trade, and finance.

Lives of the Artists: Masterpieces, Messes (And What the Neighbors Thought)

by Kathleen Krull

In this entertaining, informative collection, readers discover the idiosyncrasies-- sometimes humorous, sometimes tragic-- of twenty famous artists, including Michelangelo, Cassatt, van Gogh, Kahlo, and Warhol. Fresh, spirited, and unconventional.

Lives of the Athletes: Thrills, Spills (And What the Neighbors Thought)

by Kathleen Krull

Presents twenty true stories of athletes--mostly admirable, occasionally quirky-- whose physical accomplishments create a world of thrills and spills.

The Lives of the Kings and Queens of England

by Antonia Fraser

Updated with a new chapter on the Windsors, including the death of Diana, this reference offers a concise guide to the great dynasties of English royalty.

Lives of the Musicians: Good Times, Bad Times (And What the Neighbors Thought)

by Kathleen Krull

The lives of twenty composers and musicians, ranging from Vivaldi, Mozart, and Bach to Gershwin, Gilbert 6a Sullivan, and Woody Guthrie, are profiled in this eclectic, humorous, and informative collection.

Living Hungry In America

by J. A. C. Brown H. F. Pizer

Written toward the layperson, this is a recounting of a 2 year national study of hunger in America. The authors, plus multiple field teams, traveled America looking at the growing number of hungry people, their changing demographics and the causes of that hunger. The book includes an extensive index, useful for research purposes.

Llewellyn's 2008 Magical Almanac

by Richard Llewellyn

A book for everything magical in 2008 including moon phases, magical trends, sabbits, and much more.

Llewellyn's Sabbats Almanac: Samhain 2010 to Mabon 2011

by Llewellyn

Celebrate each season of the Witches' year with rituals, recipes, and crafts. Discover new and unique ways to follow the Wheel of the Year and enrich your spiritual life with this essential resource for celebrating the eight sacred Wiccan holidays. From seasonal crafts to time-honored customs, this handy almanac offers an abundance of meaningful ways to empower your own celebrations. Your favorite Wiccan and Pagan authors offer rituals, craft activities, history and lore, plus a variety of family-friendly ideas for discovering the gifts and lessons of each Sabbat and season: Simple recipes for tasty holiday appetizers, entrees, beverages, and desserts; Information on full and new moons and major planetary influences so you can easily plan rituals according to cosmic energies; A journal page for each Sabbat so you can keep a record of memorable events or insights gained Samhain 2010 to Mabon 2011.

The Longman Anthology of Detective Fiction

by Deane Mansfield-Kelley Lois A. Marchino

Essays and commentaries on the amateur detective, the private investigator, and the police along with excerpts. Includes a list of annual awards for mystery fiction and a bibliography of critical essays and commentaries.

The Low GI Shopper's Guide to GI Values 2012: The Authoritative Source of Glycemic Index Values for Nearly 1,200 Foods

by Kaye Foster-Powell Jennie Brand-Miller

Whether you're grocery shopping, planning dinner, eating out, or meeting with your nutritionist or dietitian, the seventh annual edition of theShopper's Guide to GI Values-previous editions of which have sold more than 180,000 copies-is a must for anyone seeking healthier eating habits. Newly revised and updated, the convenient, at-a-glance tables make this the one necessary guide for people following a glycemic index (GI) diet to improve health conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, or PCOS; lose weight; or enhance their overall well-being and fitness. Shopper's Guide is the only annually updated book of GI values, featuring nearly 1,300 foods and their GI values as well as comprehensive nutritional data for calories, fat, saturated fat, cholesterol, fiber, and sodium.

Ma Perkins, Little Orphan Annie and Heigh Yo, Silver!

by Ben Ohmart Charles Stumpf

Do you know that one of old-time radio's best-known voices is heard as Cruella DeVille in Disney's One Hundred and One Dalmatians? You will find many interesting tidbits about the shows and the people who played in them.

Mafia: The Government's Secret File on Organized Crime

by Sam Giancana

Some time in the early 1960s, during the golden age of organized crime in America--the era that would inspire The Godfather; Goodfellas, and even The Sopranos--federal investigators pulled every known piece of information on more than 800 Mafia members worldwide into a thick, phone-book-sized directory. From old-school gangsters like Lucky Luciano and Mickey Cohen to young turks like Paul Castellano and Vinny "The Chin" Gigante, the guide offered at-a-glance profiles of small-time thugs and major dons alike... and was allegedly the book Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy used to investigate the mob. Recently discovered, and published for the first time in this facsimile edition, Mafia is a treasure trove of info on the underworld in mid-century America--a revelatory artifact and an irresistible read.

Making Life More Livable: Simple Adaptations for Living at Home after Vision Loss (Revised Edition)

by Maureen A. Duffy

From the book: The newly revised and updated Making Life More Livable is the essential guide for adults experiencing vision loss and is an invaluable resource for their family and friends. Full of practical tips and illustrated by numerous photographs, this easy-to- use resource shows how people who are visually impaired can continue living independent, productive lives at home on their own. Useful general guidelines and room-by-room specifics provide simple and effective solutions for making homes accessible and everyday activities for individuals with visual impairments.

The Mammals of Costa Rica: A Natural History and Field Guide

by Mark Wainwright

This guide offers accounts of all of Costa Rica's readily identifiable terrestrial and freshwater mammals. Descriptions include key identification features, range maps, local folklore and mythology, and information on natural history and conservation. The guide provides an entry point into a general study of tropical ecology and conservation for both first-time and experienced visitors to Costa Rica and the American tropics, as well as for naturalists, students, and researchers. Wainwright is a naturalist and instructor for tropical ecology courses in Costa Rica.

A Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations: Chicago Style for Students and Researchers (7th edition)

by Joseph M. Williams Kate L. Turabian Wayne C. Booth Gregory G. Colomb

This seventh edition of Turabian's "Manual" is a classic reference revised for a new age. It is tailored to a new generation of writers using tools its original author could not have imagined-- while retaining the clarity and authority that generations of scholars have come to associate with the name Turabian.

Marriage and Divorce Laws of the World

by Hyacinthe Ringrose

This book gives an overview on the marriage and divorce laws of the various countries of the world.

Mas Mierda!: More of the REAL Spanish You Were Never Taught in School

by Frances De Berger

A new collection of hard-core curses, colorful colloquialisms, and streetwise slang never taught in Spanish class includes sample conversations, painless quizzes, tips on body gestures, and discussions of Spanish history, culture, and cuisine--complete with delightful cartoons.

Master the SSAT/ISEE

by Peterson's

Test-takers can use Peterson's ebook to obtain their best high school entrance exam score and get into the secondary school of their choice. Readers will find sections on high school entrance exam basics, vocabulary review, verbal ability review, reading review, mathematics review, writing sample review, SSAT and ISEE practice tests, and a Parent's Guide to Private Schools. Peterson's Master the SSAT & ISEE provides students with detailed strategies to help maximize their test scores AND assists parents with guidance on selecting, applying to, and paying for private school.

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