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Entrepreneurship: Ideas in Action

by Cynthia L. Greene

ENTREPRENEURSHIP: IDEAS IN ACTION takes students step-by-step through the entire process of starting and running a business. Creating a business plan is covered extensively, and a business plan project is part of every chapter. Each chapter ends with a Case Study and a BPA, DECA, or FBLA Prep to help students prepare for competitive events. Highlights of real entrepreneurs' pitfalls present the realities of entrepreneurial challenges. Loaded with activities, updated computer applications, new Internet activities, and an enhanced Web site, this text helps students launch their business ideas.

Entrepreneurship: Ideas in Action

by Cynthia L. Greene

It's well known today that becoming a business owner is a career option. ENTREPRENEURSHIP: IDEAS IN ACTION 5E provides you with the knowledge needed to realistically evaluate your potential as a business owner. This text encourages you to examine all the major steps involved in starting a new business: Ownership, Strategy, Finance, and Marketing. As you complete the chapters, you develop a business plan and learn what it takes to get an entrepreneurial venture off to a good start. Market research, budgeting, selecting a business location, and financing the business are covered using real-life examples that you can easily relate to. Information on online research, including online business planning, is also included.

Entrepreneurship: Ideas In Action (Second edition)

by Cynthia L. Greene

Entrepreneurship: Ideas in Action takes students through the entire process of running their own business. Creating a business plan is covered extensively and a business plan project is in every chapter. New Deca Prep features are added to help with competitive events preparation. Loaded with activities, computer applications, Internet activities, and an enhanced web site, this text will get users ready to launch their business ideas.

Environment: The Science Behind the Stories AP Edition

by Scott Brennan Jay Withgott

"Environment: The Science behind the Stories" continues to revolutionize the environmental science course with integrated central case studies and real-life stories that provide you with a tangible and engaging framework for understanding science. The newly revised Fifth Edition offers a highly effective integration between text and media to emphasize scientific literacy and data analysis skills and encourages you to think critically about environmental issues.

Environmental Science

by Judy Braus Sara St. Antoine

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Environmental Science

by Judy Braus Sara St. Antoine

This book covers the environmental sciences. It also focuses on skills that scientists use. These skills include asking questions, making predictions, designing experiments or procedures, collecting and organizing information, calculating data, making decisions, drawing conclusions, and exploring more options.

Environmental Science 13th ed

by G. Tyler Miller Scott E. Spoolman

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE will inspire and equip you to make a difference for the world. Featuring sustainability as their central theme, authors Tyler Miller and Scott Spoolman emphasize natural capital, natural capital degradation, solutions, trade-offs, and the importance of individuals. As a result, you will learn how nature works, how you interact with it, and how people have sustained'and can continue to sustain'our relationship with the earth by applying nature's lessons to economies and individual lifestyles. Engaging features like "Core Case Studies," "How Would You Vote" questions, and "Thinking About" exercises demonstrate the relevance of issues and encourage critical thinking. This edition has been updated with new learning tools, the latest content, and an enhanced art program.

Environmental Science: Earth as a Living Planet

by Daniel B. Botkin Edward A Keller

Environmental Science: Earth as a Living Planet provides an up-to-date introduction to the study of the environment. Information is presented from an analytical and interdisciplinary perspective from which we must view environmental issues in order to deal successfully with them. The goal is to teach the students how to think through environmental issues.

Environmental Science: Earth as a Living Planet

by Daniel B. Botkin Edward A. Keller

An introductory textbook that presents the most important concepts in the study of the environment from an analytical and interdisciplinary perspective, and encourages students to formulate their own thoughts about environmental problems. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc. , Portland, Or.

Environmental Science: Earth As a Living Planet

by Daniel B. Botkin Edward A. Keller

Updated and revised to include the latest research in the field, the new Sixth Edition of Environmental Science continues to present a balanced analytical and interdisciplinary approach to the field. This approach equips readers with a solid scientific background in environmental science, so they can think through environmental issues and make their own decisions. Five central themes are weaved throughout the book: Human Population Growth, Sustainability, A Global Perspective, An Urban World, and Science and Values.

Environmental Science: Ecology and Human Impact

by Leonard Bernstein Alan Winkler Linda Zierdt-Warshaw

Environmental Science: Ecology And Human Impact. As the title dictates, this book works on ecology people and the effects of their activities on the environment. It takes the readers in an in-depth study by introducing the earth and its the composition to the reader; second, the People and the Environment all this aiming towards understanding the environment and promoting a sustainable future.

Environmental Science: A Global Concern

by William P. Cunningham

This book is intended for use in a one- or two-semester course in environmental science, human ecology, or environmental studies at the college or advanced placement high school level. Because most students who will use this book are freshman or sophomore nonscience majors, the authors have tried to make the text readable and accessible without technical jargon or a presumption of prior science background. At the same time, enough data and depth are presented to make this book suitable for many upper-division classes and a valuable resource for students who will keep it in their personal libraries after their formal studies are completed. The goal of this book is to provide an up-to-date, introductory view of essential themes in environmental science along with emphasis on details and case studies that will help students process and retain the general principles.

Environmental Science: A Study of Interrelationships

by Bradley F. Smith Eldon D. Enger

This full-color, introductory environmental science text is known for being concise, conceptual, and value-priced. The approach and reading level cover the basic concepts without overloading students with too much detail. The authors reinforce the text's central theme of "interrelationships" by providing a historical perspective, information on economic and political realities, discuss the role of different social experiences, and integrate this with the crucial science to describe the natural world and how we affect it.

Environmental Science: Working with the Earth

by G. Tyler Miller Jr.

With an emphasis on the concept of sustainability, this interdisciplinary textbook looks at how nature works and how things in nature are interconnected. Material from science, economics, political science, and environmental ethics is integrated throughout the text. Some 80 brief case studies illustrate specific environmental problems and explore possible solutions. New topics covered in the 11th edition include reconciliation ecology, ownership of water resources, and bioterrorism. Annotation ©2005 Book News, Inc. , Portland, OR (booknews. com)

Environmental Science: Your World, Your Turn

by Jay Withgott

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Environmental Science: Your World, Your Turn, Florida

by Withgott

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Erak's Ransom (Ranger's Apprentice #7)

by John Flanagan

The international bestselling series with over 5 million copies sold in the U.S. alone!<P> In the wake of Araluen's uneasy truce with the raiding Skandians comes word that the Skandian leader has been captured by a dangerous desert tribe. The Rangers - and Will - are sent to free him. But the desert is like nothing these warriors have seen before. Strangers in a strange land, they are brutalized by sandstorms, beaten by the unrelenting heat, tricked by one tribe that plays by its own rules, and surprisingly befriended by another. Like a desert mirage, nothing is as it seems. Yet one thing is constant: the bravery of the Rangers.<P> Perfect for fans of J.R.R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings, T.H. White's The Sword in the Stone, Christopher Paolini's Eragon series, and George R. R. Martin's Game of Thrones/A Song of Ice and Fire series.

Erasing Time

by C. J. Hill

When twins Sheridan and Taylor wake up 400 years in the future, they find a changed world: domed cities, no animals, and a language that's so different, it barely sounds like English. And the worst news: They can't go back home. The twenty-fifth-century government transported the girls to their city hoping to find a famous scientist to help perfect a devastating new weapon. The same government has implanted tracking devices in the citizens, limiting and examining everything they do. Taylor and Sheridan have to find a way out of the city before the government discovers their secrets. To complicate matters, the moblike Dakine has interest in getting hold of them too. The only way for the girls to elude their pursuers is to put their trust in Echo, a guy with secrets of his own. The trio must put their faith in the unknown to make a harrowing escape into the wilds beyond the city. Full of adrenaline-injected chases and heartbreaking confessions, Erasing Time explores the strength of the bonds between twins, the risks and rewards of trust, and the hard road to finding the courage to fight for what you believe in.

The Ersatz Elevator (A Series of Unfortunate Events #6)

by Lemony Snicket Brett Helquist Michael Kupperman

In their most daring misadventure, the Baudelaire orphans are adopted by very, very rich people, whose penthouse apartment is located mysteriously close to the place where all their misfortune began. Even though their new home in the city is fancy, and the children are clever and charming, I'm sorry to say that still, the unlucky orphans will encounter more disaster and woe. In fact, in this sixth book in A Series of Unfortunate Events, the children will experience a darkened staircase, a red herring, an auction, parsley soda, some friends in a dire situation, a secret passageway, and pinstripe suits. Both literary and irreverent, hilarious and deftly crafted, A Series of Unfortunate Events offers an exquisitely dark comedy in the tradition of Edward Gorey and Roald Dahl. Lemon Snicket's uproariously unhappy books continue to win readers, despite all his warning. Ages 10+

The Escape

by Hannah Jayne

Not everyone who goes into the woods comes out....It was supposed to be a short hike, a way for Fletcher and Adam to kill time one boring afternoon. But when day turns into night and neither boy returns home, their town is thrown into turmoil. Search teams comb the forest. Then Avery, the police chief's daughter, stumbles on a body. It's Fletcher-disoriented, beaten, and covered in blood. He has no memory of the incident, and worse yet, he has no idea what happened to the still-missing Adam....As danger and suspicion grow, one thing becomes very clear: No one can escape the truth.Praise for Hannah Jayne's The Dare:"A page-turner in the spirit of Lois Duncan's classic I Know What You Did Last Summer; it will undoubtedly please the thriller-loving crowd." -Kirkus"Well-rounded characters spark with life in this chiller." -Booklist"Reminiscent of Sara Shepard's Pretty Little Liars series, The Dare is a novel that truly makes one think about their own actions- and the possible consequences." -Teen Reads

Escape

by Francine Pascal

The men I love are gone.This time Loki's not to blame.This time, if anything bad happensIt's only one person's fault:Mine.

The Escape (Animorphs #15)

by K. A. Applegate

When Marco and the other Animorphs investigate Visser One's secret underwater project, Marco finds out that his mother is his worst enemy--the leader of the Yeerk invasion of Earth

Escape from New Babylon (Left Behind: The Kids #22)

by Tim Lahaye Jerry B. Jenkins Chris Fabry

Suspicion mounts as Vicki and the others head for the schoolhouse with newcomer Chris Traickin. Though he says he is one of them, the kids wonder if they can trust him. In New Babylon, Judd and Nada must help a stranger leave the city undetected. Back at the schoolhouse, Mark and the others make a decision that could help many hurting people but could also endanger the Young Trib Force. Follow the kids as they search for new ways to help others know the truth.

Escape to Masada (Left Behind: The Kids #31)

by Tim Lahaye Jerry B. Jenkins Chris Fabry

Israelis and Christ followers rush from Jerusalem. Will Global Community troops attack? Judd and Lionel scamper for safety with the hopes of heading home soon. Vicki and her friends try to rescue a Morale Monitor from the GC. A harrowing chase leads them into dangerous territory. In Wisconsin, the kids monitor changing world events and notice an outbreak of a strange sickness among those who have taken Nicolae Carpathia's mark. Join the Young Tribulation Force as they continue their search for more people who need to hear the truth.

Escape Velocity

by Robin Stevenson

Lou's dad has been addicted to painkillers since an accident left him unable to work. He's a good, loving dad, but kind of useless. Lou's mother, Zoe, a successful novelist, abandoned Lou at birth and showed no interest in her until three years ago, when Lou was twelve. Their relationship since then has been strained, but when Lou's dad has a stroke, there is nowhere else for her to go while he recovers. Lou struggles to find her bearings and figure out why her mom left her all those years ago. She is convinced the answers are in Zoe's fiction, but when Lou's grandmother, Heather, appears at a reading, Lou realizes she may have misjudged her mother.

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