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The Parent Plot (Sweet Valley High #67)

by Francine Pascal Kate William

Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield's father is running for mayor of Sweet Valley. The twins are hard at work on his campaign -- but they're taking opposite sides in an even bigger contest: a contest to bring romance into their parents lives. Even though Mr. and Mrs. Wakefield separated only recently, Jessica thinks it's time for them to start dating other people -- and she's going to make sure that's exactly what happens. But Elizabeth is just as determined to get her parents back together. She's thinking up some romantic schemes of her own. It's Jessica versus Elizabeth -- may the best twin win!

Parenting: Rewards And Responsibilities (7th edition)

by Verna Hildebrand

Prepares students for the challenges and joys of parenting. This vital text equips students to make responsible decisions while nurturing and guiding children.

Parents and Their Children

by Verdene Ryder Celia A. Decker

With a new design and almost 200 new photos, Parents and Their Children has a fresh look that will catch your students' attention! The content has been thoroughly revised to reflect fast-paced changes in today's world. Parenting is one of the most serious responsibilities a person can have. Use this text to help your students learn what this role demands and what it has to offer.-- New end-of-chapter feature called "Thinking Critically".-- New chapter on decisions facing parents-to-be that includes choices about childbirth preparation, delivery, baby supplies, and child care.-- Increased content on conception, pregnancy, prenatal development and care, as well as crises that can affect the family's well-being.-- Updated information on meeting children's special medical and educational needs.-- Added emphasis on how community resources, technology, diversity, and changes in the family affect parents' roles.

Parents and Their Children

by Verdene Ryder Celia A. Decker

With a new design and almost 200 new photos, Parents and Their Children has a fresh look that will catch your students' attention! The content has been thoroughly revised to reflect fast-paced changes in today's world. Parenting is one of the most serious responsibilities a person can have. Use this text to help your students learn what this role demands and what it has to offer. -- New end-of-chapter feature called "Thinking Critically". -- New chapter on decisions facing parents-to-be that includes choices about childbirth preparation, delivery, baby supplies, and child care. -- Increased content on conception, pregnancy, prenatal development and care, as well as crises that can affect the family's well-being. -- Updated information on meeting children's special medical and educational needs. -- Added emphasis on how community resources, technology, diversity, and changes in the family affect parents' roles.

The Paris Connection (Nancy Drew & Hardy Boys SuperMystery #6)

by Carolyn Keene

AMERICA'S TOP TEEN DETECTIVES TEAM UP TO ROCK A WORLD-CLASS CRIMINAL NANCY DREW flies to Paris to help rock idol Johnny Crockett. His World Hunger Rock Tour is being attacked by a rash of vicious pranks that threaten to shut down the charity event. As soon as Nancy arrives she finds that the problem may be more than a simple case of dirty tricks. The tour's financial records have been stolen -- and the handsome rock star could be facing a career-ending scandal. Meanwhile... FRANK AND JOE HARDY are in Paris for a conference on arttheffs. After bumping into Nancy at the airport, the brother detectives run into a bundle of heavy trouble. They spot their old nemesis Fiona Fox and realize that the City of Light is about to be hit by a one-girl crime wave. And to make things worse, Joe seems dazzled by the lovely cat burglar ...

Parrotfish

by Ellen Wittlinger

Angela Katz-McNair has never felt quite right as a girl, but it's a shock to everyone when she cuts her hair short, buys some men's clothes, and announces she'd like to be called by a new name, Grady. Grady is happy about his decision to finally be true to himself, despite the practical complications, like which gym locker room to use. And though he didn't expect his family and friends to be happy about his decision, he also didn't expect kids at school to be downright nasty about it. But as the victim of some cruel jokes, Grady also finds unexpected allies in this thought-provoking novel that explores struggles any reader can relate to. d his struggle for acceptance.

Party Weekend (Nancy Drew on Campus #10)

by Carolyn Keene

Sky blue eyes sparkling, Nancy Drew took a big breath and raised her eyes from the playing cards in her hand. "I'll see your two and raise you another three," she said, tossing some poker chips on the growing mound in the middle of the card table.

Party Weekend! (Sweet Valley High #143)

by Francine Pascal Kate William

Party like there's no tomorrow.... It's the weekend after the prom, and Sweet Valley High has entered a talent contest at the countrywide battle of the junior classes! Olivia Davidson is in charge of the team from SVH and she's ready for some friendly, fun-filled competition. But when the rivalry between schools escalates to a violent level, Olivia may be caught in the crossfire. In true school spirit, Jessica Wakefield is ready to do anything to make sure SVH's team is victorious--until things start to get out of control. Jessica is suddenly haunted by images of Christian Gorman--the love she lost forever in a tragic inter school confrontation. Has Christian's spirit returned to remind Jessica of what's really important? Book three in a monumental four-part miniseries. Join the Sweet Valley High junior class as they prepare to wrap up the most unbelievable year of their lives!

Parvana's Journey (Breadwinner #2)

by Deborah Ellis

In this sequel to "The Breadwinner, " the Taliban still control Afghanistan, but Kabul is in ruins. Twelve-year-old Parvana's father has just died, and her mother, sister, and brother could be anywhere in the country. Parvana sets out alone to find them, masquerading as a boy, and she meets other children who are victims of war.

Passing the Georgia Geometry End of Course Test

by Erica Day Alan Fuqua Colleen Pintozzi

Passing the Georgia Geometry End of Course Test will help you review and learn important concepts and skills related to high school mathematics. To help identify which areas are of great-est challenge for you, first take the diagnostic test, then complete the evaluation chart with your instructor in order to help you identify the chapters which require your careful attention.

Passionaries

by Tonya Hurley

Three modern-day teens have been reincarnated as saints--or so they've been told. This dark, thrilling follow-up to Precious Blood blends the gritty with the miraculous.As we learned in Precious Blood, Agnes, Cecelia, and Lucy "may be saints, [but] they are definitely not angels" (Kirkus Reviews). They watched as Sebastian sacrificed himself for what he believed in, and now they have choices to make of their own. Will the girls trust in their destinies as saints and martyrs and perform the miracles as Sebastian instructed? Or will they lose faith in themselves and each other in his absence? Time is running out for them to make a decision, and the fate of the world lies in the balance.

Passport to Algebra and Geometry

by Roland E. Larson

Textbook showing the foundations of algebra and geometry

Passport to Algebra and Geometry, with Assessment Handbook

by Ron Larson Laurie Boswell Timothy D. Kanold Lee Stiff

Number theory, rational numbers and percents, real numbers and inequalities, linear equations, congruence, similarity, and transformations are some of the topics covered. Real life applications and uses of the math that students are being asked to learn continues to be incorporated in the text and exercises.

Passport To Danger (Nancy Drew & Hardy Boys SuperMystery #19)

by Carolyn Keene

(Back Cover) AMERICA'S TOP TEEN DETECTIVES TEAM UP TO UNCOVER AN OPEN MARKET IN CRIME NANCY DREW has traveled to the charming Mexican town of San Miguel de Allende to help Helen and David Oberman avert a disastrous criminal scandal at their prestigious art school. The Obermans have learned that the campus has become a focal point of counterfeiters. Someone is producing bogus green cards, which will be used to exploit and smuggle illegal aliens into the United States. Meanwhile... THE HARDY BOYS have also made their way south to visit the Perelis family in Mexico City. It began as a pleasure trip, but when a priceless Mayan jade mask is stolen from the Perelis art gallery, Frank and Joe get down to business. Discovering an intriguing connection between the theft and the forgers in San Miguel, Nancy and the boys must act quickly to trace the connection to its source -- and find the shocking truth behind the ancient mask of mystery ...

Passport to Mathematics, Book 2

by Ron Larson Laurie Boswell Lee Stiff Timothy D. Kanold

This book is preparing students for success in mathematics in the middle grades and beyond. In this course students will study important middle grade mathematics concepts and see how they are related and also find a gradual approach to understanding the underlying principles of algebra and geometry.

Password to Larkspur Lane (Nancy Drew Mystery Stories #10)

by Carolyn Keene

Nancy is tending her prize delphiniums when a mysterious carrier pigeon lands in her yard. The message it carries, "Bluebells are now singing horses," is so odd that it piques her curiosity, causing her to contact the registry for the birds. Meanwhile, housekeeper Hannah Gruen takes a fall and must be treated at the local orthopedist's office. The attending physician, Dr. Spires, later confides to Carson Drew and Nancy that he was forced to tend an elderly woman for her shoulder -- the drivers of a car blindfolded him when they drove him there, so he wouldn't be able to guess her location, leading him to believe the patient was a prisoner. The only clue to her identity is a bracelet with a family crest, and the doctor's belief that she was being held on Larkspur Lane. Nancy, of course, immediately sets out to track the crest, discovering that it belongs to the Eldridge family of St. Louis.

Pathways: Literature for Readers and Writers

by Perfection Learning Corporation

Impressive collection of classic & contemporary literature

Patiently Alice (Alice McKinley #15)

by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor

It's the summer after Alice's freshman year, she's survived her breakup with Patrick, and she and her friends are looking forwards to their jobs as assistant camp counselors. Alice feels as if she's finally gotten a handle on life. But Alice soon learns that the only thing she can count on is change. Pamela's mother is contemplating coming home, Lester is contemplating leaving home, and even Alice's father's romance with Miss Summers hits and unexpected snag. But most surprising of all are the shocking revelations about some of Alice's closet friends. Can Alice keep up with all the changes around her?

The Patmans of Sweet Valley (Sweet Valley High Magna Editions #11)

by Francine Pascal Kate William

In 1825, sixteen-year-old Sophie, the Duchess of Edmonton, falls in love with Henry Patman. But Sophie's sister, Melanie, has also fallen for Henry's rugged charm, and Melanie will do anything to keep Sophie and Henry apart. John Patman loses his heart to London actress Katherine Richmond. He's too poor to ask for her hand in marriage, so he swears he'll strike it rich in the oil fields of Texas. But how long will Katherine wait? Dr. Cassandra Vanderhorn meets wounded soldier Spencer Lighting a World War II veterans' hospital. After he recovers, they marry, and he returns to the front. Then Cassandra receives a telegram bearing terrible news... Marie Vanderhorn has found her soul mate in Hank Patman. When Marie is stricken with Leukemia, she breaks off the relationship and keeps her suffering a secret. Hank vows that he'll love Marie forever. But then Alice Robertson crosses his path...

A Pattern of Roses

by K. M. Peyton

The discovery of old drawings with the same initials as his leads a 16-year-old boy on a journey into the past, where he relives the experiences of the artist.

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