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Global Climate Change: Turning Knowledge Into Action

by David Kitchen

This book examines what scientists know about global warming and climate change and considers political and economic solutions that will balance the competing needs of people around the world.

Global Fearon Literature, Gold Level: Reading Level 9-10

by Globe Fearon

As you read this textbook, you will learn about many new worlds. By reading literature you can experience the past and the future, and you can learn about people how they feel and how they think.

Global History and Geography

by Judith Clark Dupre Steven Goldberg

This book helps the student, review the two-year global history and geography course. In this book, the ninth- and tenth-grade global history and geography curriculum is presented chronologically. The book highlights the key themes and concepts that are woven throughout the global history and geography curriculum. Concentrating on themes and concepts will help the student to organize the global history and geography and excel on the Regents Examination.

Global History and Geography

by Steven Goldberg Judith Clark Dupré

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Global History and Geography: The Growth of Civilizations (2nd Edition)

by Herbert Brodsky Lillian Forman Henry Brun

This book provides study materials for students taking the 9th-10th grade New York State Global History and Geography course and Regents Examination, as well as others taking a similar course in Global History, with a comprehensive, one-volume text.

Global Insights: People & Cultures

by Mounir A. Farah Et Al Thomas O. Flickema

The intent of Global Insights is to provide global knowledge and understanding by having the peoples of eight different geographical regions speak for themselves about the elements that have shaped their lives and made them the way they are today. The text is divided into eight units--Africa, China, Japan, India, Latin America, the Middle East, the Commonwealth of Independent States, and Europe.

Global Problems: The Search for Equity, Peace, and Sustainability

by Scott R. Sernau

Exploring social problems on a global scale . This text uses social science perspectives to examine the various dimensions of globalization, the social problems of inequality, war and violence, and environmental sustainability that are occurring on a global scale. Clear writing and vivid examples help students to better understand their role as global citizens. The book was designed for courses such as Global Issues, Contemporary Problems, Social Problems, Social Stratification, World Cultures, and Social Change. Learning Goals Upon completing this book, readers should be able to: Understand social problems on a global scale - from inequalities to sustainability See the interconnections of the world and people throughout the world Learn about issues with a multinational and multidisciplinary approach, so readers will be able to have a broader understanding of the subject Note:MySearchLab does not come automatically packaged with this text. To purchase MySearchLab, please visit:www. mysearchlab. comor you can purchase a ValuePack of the text + MySearchLab with eText (at no additional cost). ValuePack ISBN-10: 0205863531 / ValuePack ISBN-13: 9780205863532

Global Warming

by Saddleback Educational Publishing Staff

Themes: Hi-Lo, nonfiction, full-color, differentiated instruction. Teach environmental studies and global warming in the inclusive classroom with these unique informational books. Available in two reading levels with identical front covers, so striving readers do not feel "singled out," each title methodically explains the tough problems faced by our planet plus solutions large and small. Features include: Reading level 3 books are Fountas-Pinnell level O, P, and Q; reading level 6 books are Fountas-Pinnell level W. Scientific terms are defined in context. Identical dramatic four-color covers (back cover band identifies books that are lower level). Teacher's Guides with reproducible activities allow students to work from either text. Glossary defines difficult terms. "Did You Know?" sections contain interesting facts. End-of-book "Facts & Figures" section summarizes critical information. The index takes students directly to topics of interest.

Globe Biology

by Leonard Bernstein

This program engages students of all abilities in biology instruction through a high-interest approach that uses a variety of tools to foster motivation, proficiency, and success. Students learn biology by actually doing biology as they answer critical-thinking questions, interpret diagrams, write, and conduct lab activities.

Globe Fearon World History

by Pearson Education

This History book covers five themes to show the connection between history and geography. These themes are location, place, region, movement, and human interaction.

Globe Literature: Silver Level

by Robert R. Potter

How would today's America appear to you if you were looking through the eyes of a person who lived two or three hundred years ago? This country has gone though many drastic changes in the past two centuries. The population has grown tremendously, and modern technology has given us jet planes, automobiles, and many other advances.

The Glory Girl

by Betsy Byars

Anna's role in her family of gospel singers is an important one--far away from the stageEvery member of the Glory family is blessed with abundant musical talent. Everyone, that is, except for Anna. She can't sing or play an instrument, so the family counts on her to sell their music at performances. Naturally, she feels completely left out. When her black sheep Uncle Newt is released from prison, Anna feels oddly close to him, even though they've never met before. After all, Newt must know what it means to feel like an outsider. But when the Glorys' tour bus crashes and her loved ones are in danger, Anna can't sit on the outside any longer. The Glory Girl is a funny, moving tale of one oddball kid finding her place in her family, and in the world. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Betsy Byars including rare images from the author's personal collection.

Go Fetch! (Sabrina the Teenage Witch #13)

by Bobbi Weiss David Weiss

Gotham, one of Salem's friends from his pre-catnip days, drops by the Spellman linen closet carrying a gift in his mouth. Gotham has stolen the Boot, a magic talisman that could finally fulfill Salem's dreams of world domination. The only problem? As Gotham escaped Drell's treasure room, he triggered an antitheft device that turned him into a sheepdog! Now Gotham and Salem are on the lam, racing through uncharted areas of the Other Realm and trying to avoid the detective Drell has hired to sniff them out. Can Sabrina find Salem and prove his innocence to the bloodhound...or will Salem be spending the next century as something even more embarrassing than a cat?

Go Organic, Level 6

by Saddleback Educational Publishing Staff

Themes: Hi-Lo, nonfiction, full-color, differentiated instruction. Teach environmental studies and global warming in the inclusive classroom with these unique informational books. Available in two reading levels with identical front covers, so striving readers do not feel "singled out," each title methodically explains the tough problems faced by our planet plus solutions large and small. Features include: Reading level 3 books are Fountas-Pinnell level O, P, and Q; reading level 6 books are Fountas-Pinnell level W. Scientific terms are defined in context. Identical dramatic four-color covers (back cover band identifies books that are lower level). Teacher's Guides with reproducible activities allow students to work from either text. Glossary defines difficult terms. "Did You Know?" sections contain interesting facts. End-of-book "Facts & Figures" section summarizes critical information. The index takes students directly to topics of interest.

Goals For Living: Managing Your Resources

by Nancy Wehlage Mary Larson-Kennedy

Take Charge of Your Life! focuses on life skills and personal development. This newly revised text is designed to help young teens meet the challenges of their daily lives with confidence. The text encourages students to make wise decisions, to accept responsibility for their actions, and to become better managers of their relationships. Key features include: - Amusing illustrations and full-color photos enliven text material. - Case stories illustrate real-life applications of chapter concepts. - Feature articles provide suggestions, interesting trivia, and current events. - Management Points, Objectives, New Terms, Review Questions, Application Activities, and Critical Thinking Skills.

Goblin Quest

by Jim C. Hines

Jig is a scrawny little nearsighted goblin-a runt even among his puny species. Captured by a party of adventurers searching for a magical artifact, and forced to guide them, Jig encounters every peril ever faced on a fantasy quest.

Goddess Boot Camp (Oh. My. Gods. #2)

by Tera Lynn Childs

Phoebe, who recently discovered she's a descendant of Nike (the goddess, not the shoe), is finding that supernatural powers come with a crazy learning curve. Her stepfather, headmaster of the Academy for descendants of the Greek gods, has enrolled her at Dynamotheos Development Camp-aka Goddess Boot Camp-with a bunch of ten-year-olds for the summer. Embarrassing as that is, hopefully it'll help her gain control over her powers in time to pass the test of the gods, continue training hard enough to qualify for the Pythian Games, and enjoy her godly boyfriend, Griffin, all while avoiding the ultimate mistake of accidentally misusing powers. It's another fast-paced myth-inspired heroine's quest that's sure to bring out the goddess in anyone.

Going Home (Nancy Drew on Campus #16)

by Carolyn Keene

Sometimes it's hard to know the real deal if you're not hanging with the right crowd. Exams are finally over, and Nancy and George have big plans for the long weekend. They're heading home to River Heights not only to check on Bess who's in the hospital recuperating from her accident, but to spend time with Jake and Will -- which means introducing the guys to their families. And they thought all the tests were done! But Nancy has plenty to keep her busy -- like the hot new audiotapes Jake's found. Too hot, in fact: They're counterfeit copies, and someone could end up paying a high price if caught selling them. Meanwhile, back on campus, Stephanie's wondering if the new guy in her life is offering true romance or counterfeit affection -- which also can exact a painfully high price.

Going Nowhere Faster

by Sean Beaudoin

Although his past accomplishments have convinced everyone else he is headed for college and greatness, seventeen-year-old Stan just wants to work at Happy Video, live in his parents' basement, write a movie script -- and convince someone there really is a madman after him.

Going Solo

by Roald Dahl Quentin Blake

Superb stories, daring deeds, fantastic adventures!<P><P> Going Solo is the action-packed tale of Roald Dahl's exploits as a World War II pilot. Learn all about his encounters with the enemy, his worldwide travels, the life-threatening injuries he sustained in a plane accident, and the rest of his sometimes bizarre, often unnerving, and always colorful adventures. Told with the same irresistible appeal that has made Roald Dahl one of the world's best-loved writers, Going Solo brings you directly into the action and into the mind of this fascinating man.

Going Through the Gate

by Janet S. Anderson

In the last one-room schoolhouse in the county, a strange graduation ceremony takes place each year. No one in town will say what happens, but it changes the students forever. With a hint of menace, this mesmerizing novel unfolds. The five sixth-graders in Miss Clough's schoolhouse are about to graduate, or "go through the gate", as the townspeople say. But none of the children knows what this means. They would not dare to question Miss Clough, though. She has been the teacher for more than fifty years. She is so much a part of the town and its people that they say she can see inside your head and guide your thoughts. But why does she make them study animals so intensely? And why does everyone, except the sixth-graders, stay inside on graduation day? But most of all, what happened at the school twenty-five years ago that everyone is afraid will happen again? Becky and the other sixth-graders are about to find out, and to discover parts of themselves that they couldn't have imagined the day before. This extraordinary first novel combines all the energy of suspense with the emotional power of a coming-of-age story. Janet S. Anderson explores the inner lives of five very different children with equal authority, while weaving a spell of magic and danger around them with her exquisite descriptions of a beautiful and threatening animal world.

Going to the Sun

by Jean Craighead George

Marcus Kulick and Melissa Morgan are prepared to defy their families to be together. But will their families ever let them go? Sixteen-year-old Marcus Kulick has two great dreams: to capture and kill Old Gore, the most prized mountain goat in Hungry Bear Valley, and to marry Melissa Morgan, the daughter of his father's sworn enemy. But when a chance encounter with Melissa's brother, Will, turns violent, and Will falls off the mountainside to his death, Marcus and Melissa are separated, perhaps forever. The next fall, Marcus takes a job at the state research station on the Jaw Mountain, hoping to track down Old Gore in his spare time--and to see Melissa, who is secretly working nearby. Reunited, Melissa and Marcus visit her Aunt Jerome, a justice of the peace who agrees to marry the young couple. But family feuds die hard, and Marcus and Melissa must make a difficult choice between love and family loyalty. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Jean Craighead George, including rare photos from the author's personal collection.

Going Vintage

by Lindsey Leavitt

When Mallory's boyfriend, Jeremy, cheats on her with an online girlfriend, Mallory decides the best way to de-Jeremy her life is to de-modernize things too. Inspired by a list of goals her grandmother made in 1962, Mallory swears off technology and returns to a simpler time (when boyfriends didn't cheat with computer avatars).

Gold Medal Winter

by Donna Freitas

Go gold or go home! After years of early morning training and more jumps than she can count, Esperanza's dream of figure skating for the United States is coming true at last! But with the excitement of an Olympic slot comes new attention -- and BIG distractions. Suddenly Espi can't go out with her friends, or even out her back door, without reporters and autograph-seekers following her every move. Her new teammates have a lot more international experience, and they let Espi know that they don't think she's ready. Hunter Wills, the men's figure skating champion, seems to be flirting with her, even as the press matches her up with Danny Morrison, the youngest -- and maybe cutest -- member of the U. S. hockey team. In the midst of all this, Espi is trying to master an impossible secret jump that just might be her key to a medal. Can she focus enough to shut out the drama, find her edge over the competition, and make the Olympics as golden as her dreams?

Golden

by Jessi Kirby

Love, tragedy, and mystery converge in this compelling novel from "an author to watch" (Booklist).Seventeen-year-old Parker Frost has never taken the road less traveled. Valedictorian and quintessential good girl, she's about to graduate high school without ever having kissed her crush or broken the rules. So when fate drops a clue in her lap--one that might be the key to unraveling a town mystery--she decides to take a chance. Julianna Farnetti and Shane Cruz are remembered as the golden couple of Summit Lakes High--perfect in every way, meant to be together forever. But Julianna's journal tells a different story--one of doubts about Shane and a forbidden romance with an older, artistic guy. These are the secrets that were swept away with her the night that Shane's jeep plunged into an icy river, leaving behind a grieving town and no bodies to bury. Reading Julianna's journal gives Parker the courage to start to really live--and it also gives her reasons to question what really happened the night of the accident. Armed with clues from the past, Parker enlists the help of her best friend, Kat, and Trevor, her longtime crush, to track down some leads. The mystery ends up taking Parker places that she never could have imagined. And she soon finds that taking the road less traveled makes all the difference.

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