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Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Sex But Were Afraid to Ask

by David R. Reuben

A book of questions and answers about sex and all its myriad facets.

Glory to God: The Presbyterian Hymnal

by Westminster John Knox Press

This electronic version of the hymnal is specially adapted for use with paperless braille devices. Find a hymn quickly by adding the number sign to the hymn number. Also, refrains are repeated each time they're to be sung. This version does not have musical notation but is otherwise complete. Special proofreading was performed by Terry Gorman.

The Trials Of Radclyffe Hall

by Diana Souhami

Biography of the author of The Well Of Loneliness.

Apologies to the Iroquois

by Edmund Wilson

Edmund Wilson at his most lucid and thought-provoking, traveling off his usual literary track to deliver this engrossing account of life among the Iroquois in all its facets.

The Lifeline of America: Development of the Food Industry

by Edward C. Hampe Merle Wittenberg

This book presents the development of each segment of the food industry, underscores the interdependence of all segments, and traces the development of the entire industry as it has kept pace with the population explosions of the past and present.

Teach Yourself Weather

by Peter Inness

Teach Yourself Weather shows you how to interpret the nightly weather report and even make your own predictions. It examines climate change and its effect on the weather.

Jackie Robinson: A Biography

by Arnold Rampersad

The extraordinary life of Jackie Robinson is illuminated as never before in this full-scale biography by Arnold Rampersad, who was chosen by Jack's widow, Rachel, to tell her husband's story, and was given unprecedented access to his private papers.

Preventing War: The United Nations and Macedonia

by Abiodun Williams

Describes the role the UN played in Macedonia.

The Rebel Within: Joseph Stiglitz and the World Bank

by Ha-Joon Chang Joseph Stiglitz

Critique of the role and effectiveness of the World Bank.

Valiant in Fight: A Book of Remembrance

by Laverne E. Tift

In the early months of World War II, many ships and stations of our Navy had no chaplain officially assigned. Chiefly, through the efforts of a unique Christian organization called "The Navigators", when the need for a Christian preacher was obvious, some "Navigator" trained man would step forward and fill the bill. These men and their associates were dedicated, fearless, top-notch fighting men, who loved and trusted the Lord Jesus Christ. Such a one was Machinist Mate first class, La Verne E. Tift aboard the heavy cruiser USS Minneapolis, operating with the Pacific Fleet out of Pearl Harbor. He was the "spark-plug" and acting teacher of our Bible study and prayer groups. Since leaving the Navy in 1945 he has become a Minister of the Gospel, serving various churches in California. He and his wife Grace reside in Fresno, California.

How Democratic Is the American Constitution?

by Robert A. Dahl

Dahl starts with the assumption that the legitimacy of the American Constitution derives solely from its utility as an instrument of democratic governance. Dahl demonstrates that, due to the context in which it was conceived, our Constitution came to incorporate significant antidemocratic elements. Because the Framers of the Constitution had no relevant example of a democratic political system on which to model the American government, many defining aspects of our political system were implemented as a result of short-sightedness or last-minute compromise.

A Review of the U.S. Navy Cyber Defense Capabilities: Abbreviated Version of a Classified Report

by Committee for a Review of U.S. Navy Cyber Defense Capabilities

In order to conduct operations successfully and defend its capabilities against all warfighting domains, many have warned the Department of Defense (DoD) of the severity of the cyber threat and called for greater attention to defending against potential cyber attacks. For several years, many within and outside DoD have called for even greater attention to addressing threats to cyberspace.

Making Skills Everyone's Business: A Call to Transform Adult Learning in the United States


Skills matter. In the past year, a remarkable convergence of data, analysis, and policy informed us of just how much they matter to individuals, their families and communities, and to the economy overall. This report presents a vision for making adult skill development--upskilling--more prevalent, efficient, effective, and convenient. This vision rests on an understanding that foundation skills--the combination of literacy, numeracy, and English language as well as employability skills required for participation in modern workplaces and contemporary life--are a shared responsibility of, and value and benefit to the entire community<P><P> This report begins with a deeper look at the data before articulating seven strategies to transform adult learning in the United States, illustrated with "Innovation in Action" vignettes from around the country. It includes a section describing the efforts undertaken by ED subsequent to the OECD Survey to gather facts, analyze trends, and seek input from a broad range of stakeholders in roundtable discussions.

A Complete Introduction To Parrots

by Duke Of Bedford

Text introduce the different types of parrots, including lovebirds, macaws, and cockatoos, with information on caring for them as pets.


by Alice Meynell


Environmental Biology: Laboratory Activities

by Ron Dinchak Larry Bricker

Lab book for Bio 105 Environmental Biology

The Around the World Cookbook: Over 350 Authentic Recipes from the World's Best-loved Cuisines

by Sarah Ainley

This cookbook takes its inspiration from some of the world's most exciting cuisines and brings together a collection which celebrates the diversity of traditional cooking styles around the globe. Most of the recipes use accessible fresh ingredients and store-cupboard staples, and even the more exotic foods are now commonly available from supermarkets and delicatessens. From Africa, India and the Orient, through Europe to the Americas, the classic cuisines of the world are at your fingertips.

Blood, Class and Nostalgia: Anglo-American Ironies

by Christopher Hitchens

America's "special relationship" with Britain goes largely unexamined. The author shows that the "special" ingredient in the relationship is a compound of empire, transmitted from an ancient regime that has tried to preserve and renew itself thereby.

Nimac Demo Test

by Bookshare

This title is for testing access to NIMAC-sourced titles, which are restricted to US Students who have an IEP.

Racing Through Paradise: A Pacific Passage

by William F. Buckley Jr.

The third of Bill Buckley's brilliant sailing books, chronicling his 4,000-mile voyage across the Pacific with four close friends, including his son and a photographer.

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