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An Early Winter

by Marion Dane Bauer

Tim is distressed to learn that his mom, new stepfather, and grandmother are sure Granddad has Alzheimer's disease. Refusing to accept the possibility that they may be right, Tim persuades Granddad to run away with him on a fishing trip, convinced this will prove that Granddad is still capable of taking care of himself. But on the way to the lake, Granddad keeps forgetting things: their equipment, the soft drinks, even how to make change at the roadside store. When Granddad can't get them out of a dangerous situation on the water but instead makes the problem worse, Tim finally realizes his grandfather has changed . . . but his awareness may have come too late. Well-developed characters and page-turning suspense ensure that this riveting yet poignant novel will hold readers captive.

The Ears of Louis

by Constance C. Greene

The tale of a boy, his ears, and one little change that makes a world of difference Louis is a talented kid with many great qualities. He plays a mean hand of poker and can crack his knuckles louder than any other kid in his class. He's even trusted to walk his kid brother home from school. But looking at Louis, most people don't notice these excellent qualities. They don't see his kind eyes or his strong legs. Instead, all they see is two big ears. Louis has been called every insulting name in the book: Dumbo, Elephant Ears, even just plain Ears. He is the target of the school's worst bullies, especially skinny Ernie. It seems as if every day, Louis flees from one antagonist to another. Then one day, Louis's poker partner and good friend, Mrs. Beeble, gives him a good-luck charm--and Louis starts to believe it might actually be working. All of a sudden, he doesn't mind the bullies so much. Could Louis's transformation be real? Are his ears somehow shrinking? Or is his newfound swagger helping him grow? Constance C. Greene's heartwarming tale tells the story of one boy's quest for self-discovery, courage, and happiness--and the ears that make his journey possible.

Earth Day Escapade (Nancy Drew and the Clue Crew #18)

by Carolyn Keene

Nancy's class has built a green float for the Riverside Elementary School Earth Day parade, but someone has sabotaged it. Nancy, George, and Bess need to get to the bottom of the mystery before the entire parade is ruined.

Earth in Space (Student Guide and Source Book)

by Carol O'Donnell

With an appropriate curriculum and adequate instruction, middle school students can develop the skills of investigation and the understanding that scientific inquiry is guided by knowledge, observations, ideas, and questions.

The Earth Is Near

by Anthea Bell Ludek Pesek

Alpha is a mission to Mars, a scientific expedition with political overtones. The narrative reveals gradually, and with much skill, the slow deterioration of leaders and subordinates in the face of the dust of Mars. Winner of the German Children's Book Prize for 1971.

Earth, Moon, and Sun

by Delta Education

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Earth Processes

by Delta Education

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Earth Science

by James Sammons Mary Beth Abel Hughes Scott Eddleman

Earth science includes the studies of geology, meteorology, astronomy, and oceanography. Each field involves scientists and engineers using math and technology to answer scientific questions and solve problems.

Earth Science

by James Sammons Mary Beth Abel Hughes Scott Eddleman

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Earth Science

by Nancy E. Spaulding Samuel N. Namowitz

Earth Science offers chapters on Investigating Earth, Earth's Matter, Dynamic Earth, Earth's Changing Surface, Atmosphere and Weather, Earth's Oceans, Space and Earth's History, in addition to links to scientific data, interactive visualizations, earth science news, and information on earth science in your region.

Earth Science

by Dinah Zike Ralph M. Feather Susan Leach Snyder McGraw-Hill-Glencoe Staff

With a broad array of innovative print and technology resources, Glencoe Earth Science helps teachers differentiate and accommodate all learners. The range of labs, content area reading, discussion strategies, note-taking tools, and activities provides students with multiple experiences of each Science Benchmark. They give teachers flexibility and the ability to monitor student progress through ongoing assessment.

Earth Science and the Environment (Fourth Edition)

by Graham R. Thompson Jon Turk

Using two themes, earth systems and environmental issues, EARTH SCIENCE AND THE ENVIRONMENT provides a rich overview of all Earth-related disciplines, including geology, meteorology, hydrology, oceanography, and astronomy. The authors provide a sense of how Earth functions as a single system composed of interacting subsystems and integrates coverage of enviromental issues in both the authoritative narrative and stunning multi-part visuals that emphasize the beauty of Earth science. To further enrich your experience, this earth science textbook is fully integrated with the CengageNOW online tutorial system. Web-based, assessment-driven, and completely flexible, the system provides you with a personalized learning plan based on a diagnostic pre-test to maximize your study time by focusing your attention where it is needed most.

Earth Science: The Changing Earth

by James S. Trefil Rita Ann Calvo Kenneth Cutler

Textbook. Grade levels 6, 7, 8.

Earth Science: Grades 9-12

by Pearson Prentice Hall

Prentice Hall Science Explorer, the nation's leading middle school science program, is the perfect fit for today's classroom. The book provides students with more options so they can deliver lessons aligned to their standards and preferences.

Earth Science Investigations

by Mary Beth Abel Hughes

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Earth Science (New York Edition)

by Adele Carey Susan M. Killeen Elise Russo

This is an earth science textbook, New York edition.

Earth Science Work-Text

by Constantine Constant

This textbook contains chapters on Earth Science.

Earthfall (Earthfall Trilogy #1)

by Mark Walden

The battle for mankind is about to begin in this riveting story of Earth's invasion from the author of the H. I. V. E. series. Sam awakens to see strange vessels gathered in the skies around London. As he stares up, people stream past, walking silently toward the enormous ships, which emit a persistent noise. Only Sam seems immune to the signal. Six months later, he is absolutely alone. Or so he thinks. Because after he emerges from his underground bunker and is wounded by a flying drone, a hail of machine-gun fire ultimately reveals two very important truths: One, Sam is not, in fact, alone. And two, the drone injury should have killed him--but it didn't. With his home planet feeling alien and the future unstable and unclear, Sam must navigate a new world in this gripping adventure.

Earthquake in Cincinnati: Disaster Changes Life Forever (Barbour Book's The American Adventure, Book 14)

by Bonnie Hinman

George Lankford is fascinated by the New Orleans, the first steamboat to make it down the Ohio River to Cincinnati. George is determined to create his own steam-powered engine, but he can't seem to make it work without the help of Charles Lidell, a boy who has been horribly scarred by severe burns. George appreciates, Charles's help, but he's embarrassed by his friend's appearance and the teasing other kids direct at him when he's with Charles. Then, calamity strikes when an earthquake hits Cincinnati, and George's world will never be the same.

Earthquake in the Early Morning (Magic Tree House #24)

by Mary Pope Osborne Sal Murdocca

Jack and Annie travel back to the morning of the great San Francisco earthquake. While they are there, they meet a reporter and help get some kids to safety.

Earthquake! (Left Behind: The Kids #12)

by Tim Lahaye Jerry B. Jenkins Chris Fabry

The worst disaster the world has ever seen scatters the Young Trib Force. When the great wrath of the Lamb earthquake strikes the globe, Judd has been captured by the Global Community. Vicki is planning to distribute the UNDERGROUND newspaper. Lionel tries to make it back to his friends while Ryan stays in hiding. The events foretold in the book of Revelation come to life as the kids struggle to survive. Will the earthquake claim their lives? Will they be able to find each other again? Follow Judd, Vicki, Lionel, and Ryan and the growing Young Trib Force as they face the deadly earthquake.

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