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Economics: Concepts and Choices

by Mark C. Schug John Morton Sally Meek

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Economics in Our Times (Revised Edition)

by Roger A. Arnold

Economics in Our Times presents a comprehensive exciting relevant and fully integrated economics program for today's high-school student. Five themes recur throughout the Economics in Our Times Program: 1) Economics play a large part in local state national and world events and it is important for the well-educated student to understand this. 2) Economics consists not just of a list of topics (e.g. inflation unemployment monetary and fiscal policy etc.) or even a set of tools; essentially it is a way of thinking students can use to examine critically and understand more fully the world they live in. 3) The student who learns about supply and demand the role of prices opportunity cost costs and benefits externalities the law of diminishing marginal utility and much more that economics has to offer will never again look at the world in the same way;they will have a sharper focus. 4) Economics is presented as a truly social science that not only informs students of facts and issues they will encounter in the business world but also the ideas and issues they will deal with as citizens of the world. 5) Consumer economics should be a part of every student's education. Economics in Our Times takes the position that informed and responsible consumers sellers saver workers and employers don't just happen; they are educated to be who they are.

Economics: It's Your Business

by Henry Billings

Learn about the meaning of economics, what affects it, its systems and the world's view about it.

Economics: New Ways of Thinking

by Roger A. Arnold

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Economics: Principles and Practices

by Gary E. Clayton

Economics textbook for teens.

Economics: Principles in Action

by Steven M. Sheffrin Arthur O’sullivan

Economics: Principles in Action is a multi-dimensional program designed to help students of all abilities achieve fundamental understanding of core economic principles. Key concepts, based on the twenty content standards of the National Council on Economic Education (NCEE), are developed throughout the program and supported by a variety of activities to help students apply their new knowledge to the real world.

Economics (Texas)

by Gary E. Clayton Jay Mctighe

NIMAC supplied textbook

Economics Today and Tomorrow

by Roger Leroy Miller

Economics Today and Tomorrow incorporates the 21 basic concepts established in A Framework for Teaching Basic Economic Concepts, published by the National Council on Economic Education.

Economics: Work and Prosperity in the Christian Perspective (Second Edition)

by Russell Kirk Julie Lostroh

Offers a view of economics from the standpoint of Biblical authority.

Edge of Betrayal

by Shannon K. Butcher

National bestselling author Shannon K. Butcher returns with the electrifying fourth novel in her action-packed, romantic Edge series... The covert organization known as the Edge is in full rescue mode, having been ordered to find the victims of the dreaded Threshold Project--and also to bring Adam Brink into the fold. Brink previously worked for Threshold, and may know how to stop the terror. Mira Sage knows Adam's dark past. She's created a database of Threshold survivors whose lives were destroyed by the experiments of the twisted Dr. Stynger--and is driven to save them. If working with the duplicitous Adam will help her, she'll play along. Even as Mira secretly seeks to prove Adam is still a traitor, Adam has his own agenda that no one must discover. But when the two find their goals pointing in the same direction, Mira will be tested to believe in the one man she can't trust. The one man she can't resist...

Edge of Destruction (Hardy Boys Casefiles #5)

by Franklin W. Dixon

Frank and Joe are in New York with their dad when he is kidnapped and they must find out why in order to save his life.

Edge of Eternity

by Ken Follett

Ken Follett's Century Trilogy follows the fortunes of five intertwined families--American, German, Russian, English, and Welsh--as they make their way through the twentieth century. It has been called "potent, engrossing" (Publishers Weekly) and "truly epic" (Huffington Post). USA Today said, "You actually feel like you're there."Edge of Eternity, the finale, covers one of the most tumultuous eras of all: the 1960s through the 1980s, encompassing civil rights, assassinations, Vietnam, the Berlin Wall, the Cuban Missile Crisis, presidential impeachment, revolution--and rock and roll. East German teacher Rebecca Hoffman discovers she's been spied on by the Stasi for years and commits an impulsive act that will affect her family for generations... George Jakes, himself bi-racial, bypasses corporate law to join Robert F. Kennedy's Justice Department and finds himself in the middle of not only the seminal events of the civil rights battle, but also a much more personal battle... Cameron Dewar, the grandson of a senator, jumps at the chance to do some espionage for a cause he believes in, only to discover that the world is much more dangerous than he'd imagined... Dimka Dvorkin, a young aide to Khrushchev, becomes an agent for good and for ill as the Soviet Union and the United States race to the brink of nuclear war, while his twin sister, Tania, carves out a role that will take her from Moscow to Cuba to Prague to Warsaw--and into history. These characters and many others find their lives inextricably entangled as they add their personal stories and insight to the most defining events of the 20th century. From the opulent offices of the most powerful world leaders to the shabby apartments of those trying to begin a new empire, from the elite clubs of the wealthy and highborn to the passionate protests of a country's most marginalized citizens, this is truly a drama for the ages. With the Century Trilogy, Follett has guided readers through an entire era of history with a master's touch. His unique ability to tell fascinating, brilliantly researched stories that captivate readers and keep them turning the pages is unparalleled. In this climactic and concluding saga, Follett brings us into a world we thought we knew, but now will never seem the same again.

Edge of Flight

by Kate Jaimet

Edge of Flight is the toughest rock-climbing route Vanisha has ever faced. She has one last chance to conquer it before she moves to Vermont to start university. University is a sore point for Vanisha, who yearns for a career in the outdoors but feels pressured by her mother to earn an academic degree. Trying to put school out of her mind, she heads to the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas with her buddies Rusty and Jeb for a final weekend of climbing and camping. Deep in the woods, they stumble on an illegal marijuana plantation, and the gang of bikers who guard it. When Jeb is shot by the bikers, Vanisha alone must get help-and to do so, she must climb Edge of Flight. As she confronts her insecurities on the cliff face and in the woods, Vanisha gains a new resolve and the self-confidence to choose her own path in life.

Edge of Sanity

by Shannon K. Butcher

Brace yourself for cutting-edge suspense in the scorching third novel of Shannon K. Butcher's new action-romance series. . . "I NEED TO KNOW IF ANYONE WAS KILLED LAST NIGHT. " In his years working for the private security firm The Edge, Clay Marshall has seen it all. But the recent blackouts he's been having are new. So is waking up with blood on his hands and clothes, with no memory of where the blood came from--or who he might have killed. He hates to admit it, but he needs help. Dr. Leigh Vaughn has treated other Edge employees before, but from the moment she sees him for the first time, Clay strikes her as a special breed of man. She knows he's dangerous, and distrustful of doctors, but she finds herself drawn to him even as his own steely exterior gives way to his growing desire for her. Neither knows, however, that Clay is being used as a pawn in a larger experiment, and that his blackouts are only the first step toward a terrifying goal. And both Leigh and Clay will put themselves in harm's way to stop an unseen enemy--and to save one another. .

The Edge of the Cloud (Flambards #2)

by K. M. Peyton

Christina and her cousin Will have escaped their childhood home, Flambards, and gone to London to fulfill Will's ambition to design and pilot airplanes. Caught up in the events surrounding the onset of World War I, they discover that ambition doesn't equal success, and that the highs of one day can be followed by the depths of despair in the next. English rather than U.S. vocabulary, spelling and punctuation.

Edge: Reading, Writing and Language, Level A

by Michael W. Smith Deborah J. Short David W. Moore Alfred W. Tatum

This textbook shows high school students how to read and understand all types of literature.

The Edifice Complex

by Deyan Sudjic

Deyan Sudjic's The Edifice Complex: The Architecture of Power is a fascinating exploration of the language of architecture as an insight into the psychology of power, from tyrants to billionaires. Why do presidents and prime ministers, tycoons and tyrants share such a fascination with grand designs? Is it to impress or terrify, to wield state power, make a bid for immortality or just satisfy their egos? From Hitler's vast Chancellery to Saddam Hussein's Mother of all Battles mosque, from Olympic stadiums to Donald Trump's excesses, Deyan Sudjic examines the murky relationship between buildings, money and politics, revealing the power of architecture - and the architecture of power. 'A thrilling and passionately indignant trawl through vanity's most polluted depths' The Times 'An often frightening, sometimes hilarious set of stories of brutality, absurdity and occasionally beauty' Evening Standar 'Punchily written . . . deftly amusing . . . a closely argued, brilliantly marshalled, important book' Daily Mail 'Informed, lively and intelligent . . . an asylum of power-mad politicians and Croesus-rich patrons' New Statesman 'By turns funny, acidic, penetrating and provocative . . . as compelling a read as a popular novel' Norman Foster Director of the Design Museum, Deyan Sudjic was born in London of Yugoslav parents. He is a former architecture critic for the Observer, and a visiting professor at the Royal College of Art. Sudjic was Director of the Venice Architecture Biennale in 2002 and is author of The Edifice Complex, the much-praised 100-Miles City, the best-selling Architecture Pack, The Language of Things and monographs on John Pawson, Ron Arad and Richard Rogers.

The Edifice Complex

by Deyan Sudjic

A provocative look at architecture-"exceptionally intelligent and original" (Jonathan Yardley, The Washington Post Book World) Deyan Sudjic-"probably the most influential figure in architecture you've never heard of" - argues that architecture, far from being auteur art, must be understood as a naked expression of power. From the grandiose projects of Stalin and Hitler to the "theme park" excess of today's presidential libraries, Sudjic goes behind the scenes of history's great manipulators of building propaganda-and exposes Rem Koolhaas, Frank Gehry, and other architects in a disturbing new light. This controversial book is essential reading for all those interested in the power of architecture-or the architecture of power. * A Washington Post Book World Best Book of the Year

Edmund Bertram's Diary

by Amanda Grange

The retelling of Jane Austen?s novel Mansfield Park from the point of view of Edmund Bertram?by the author of Mr. Knightley?s Diary and Captain Wentworth? Diary. At ten years of age, Fanny Price came to live with Edmund Bertram and his family at Mansfield Park. Far from the brat Edmund expected, Fanny became his closest confidante and dearest friend. But when the fashionable Crawford siblings? Henry and Mary?come to town, they captivate the Bertram family. Henry embarks on a scandalous flirtation with Edmund?s sister, who is already betrothed to another, while Edmund is enchanted by Mary?s beauty and wit. But when it appears that Mary is not all she seems to be, Edmund will turn to the one woman who has always been at his side to find the happiness he deserves?Fanny.

Educating Simon

by Robin Reardon

Everything sixteen-year-old Simon Fitzroy-Hunt loves is in England. There's his school, his boyfriend, his cat, and especially Oxford University, which Simon plans to attend just as his beloved late father planned. But all of Simon's certainties come crashing down when his mother remarries and drags him to Boston with her.Furious and unforgiving, Simon finds plenty to resent in America. His stepsister, Persie, is overindulged by her father and struggling with Asperger syndrome. And Simon's school project--coaching a young student for the national Spelling Bee--hits a complication when eleven-year-old Toby makes a confession: there's a girl trapped inside his body, and her name is Kay. Helping Kay find her way begins changing Simon too, opening him to different perspectives, revealing a strength that's gone untapped until now. And as the life he's known, and the future he envisioned, slips further away each day, he realizes he can either lose his direction entirely, or forge a new--and perhaps even better--path. . .Praise for the novels of Robin Reardon"Real and honest." --VOYA on The Revelations of Jude Connor"Mesmerizing. . ..A rare book that will appeal to young adults and adult readers alike." --Publishers Weekly on The Evolution of Ethan Poe

Eeny Meeny

by M. J. Arlidge

The "dark, twisted, thought-provoking" (#1 New York Times bestseller Tami Hoag) international bestseller--first in the new series featuring Detective Helen Grace.Two people are abducted, imprisoned, and left with a gun. As hunger and thirst set in, only one walks away alive.It's a game more twisted than any Detective Helen Grace has ever seen. If she hadn't spoken with the shattered survivors herself, she almost wouldn't believe them.Helen is familiar with the dark sides of human nature, including her own, but this case--with its seemingly random victims--has her baffled. But as more people go missing, nothing will be more terrifying than when it all starts making sense....From the Trade Paperback edition.

The Effect of Living Backwards

by Heidi Julavits

Does Alice really hate her sister, or is that love? Was she really enrolled in grad school, or was that an elaborate hoax? Is this really a hijacking, or is it merely the effect of living backwards? Following her acclaimed debut, The Mineral Palace, Heidi Julavits presents a quirky, compelling new novel about two sisters, a bizarre event, and the elusive nature of truth.

Effortless (Thoughtless #2)

by S. C. Stephens

In this stunning follow-up to Thoughtless, Kellan and his band embark on a tour that will propel them to national fame, but can Kiera trust her charismatic, sexy man to be faithful from so far away?After being caught in the middle of a love triangle which led to a devastating betrayal, Kiera pledged to learn from the mistakes she'd made. She was determined to never again inflict that kind of pain on anyone, especially the soulful, talented man who held her heart. But life offers new challenges for every relationship, and when Kiera's love is put to the ultimate test, will it survive? Love is easy...trust is hard.

Eight Spells A Week (Sabrina The Teenage Witch # 17)

by Diana G. Gallagher Nancy Holder Bobbi Weiss David Weiss Cathy East Dubowski Ray Garton Mel Odom Mark Dubowski

Poor Sabrina! She breaks a mirror and prepares herself for seven years of bad luck...until the Quizmaster tells her otherwise. Witches get seven days of bad luck-right now! "Well, how bad could that be?" Sabrina wonders. But soon Sabrina realizes this week, of all weeks, is not going to be what she expected. Something else is at work here...something bigger than herself, her family...and her magic! Eight short stories-a different disaster each day! -by bestselling Sabrina, the Teenage Witch authors.

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