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Sleuth ReadyGEN [Grade 5]

by Pearson Education

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ReadyGEN Text Collection, Grade 5 [Unit 3-4]


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ReadyGEN Text Collection, Grade 5 [Unit 1-2]

by Inc. Pearson Education

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Preserving Unique Places: Our National Parks

by Emily Wortman-Wunder

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Our Mysterious Universe

by Laura Langston

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Escape To Freedom: The Underground Railroad

by Barbara Brooks Simons

Perform this script about a family of water molecules as they take a tour of the water cycle. (Set of 6 with Teacher's Guide)

Transition 115

by Indiana University Journals

Transition 115 Indiana University

Transition 113

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Transition 113 Indiana University Journals

Transition 112

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Transition 114 Indiana University

Warman's Vintage Quilts

by Maggi Mccormick Gordon

Immerse yourself in the rich history, inspiring tales and fascinating colors and designs of vintage American quilts explained and explored in Warman's Vintage Quilts. The 350 fresh, evocative, never-before-seen colors photos of the 300+ vintage quilts, created between the 1880s and 1940, featured in this book encompass styles including chintz and reverse applique, elaborate trapunto, Irish chains, patriotic pictorials, Pennsylvania Minnonite quilts with calico backs, among others.

How to Sew - Patchwork

by David Charles Editors

Proving that you don't need to be an expert to create beautiful pieces of quilted patchwork, this little guide covers all the basic techniques you will need to start your own projects - however ambitious they are!

Using and Understanding Mathematics: A Quantitative Reasoning Approach

by Jeffrey Bennett William Briggs

Using and Understanding Mathematics: A Quantitative Reasoning Approach prepares students for the mathematics they will encounter in college courses, their future career, and life in general. Its quantitative reasoning approach helps students to build the skills needed to understand major issues in everyday life, and compels students to acquire the problem-solving tools that they will need to think critically about quantitative issues in contemporary society.

Edible Forest Gardens: Ecological Vision And Theory For Temperate Climate Permaculture Volume 1

by Eric Toensmeier Dave Jacke

Edible Forest Gardens is a groundbreaking two-volume work that spells out and explores the key concepts of forest ecology and applies them to the needs of natural gardeners in temperate climates. Volume I lays out the vision of the forest garden and explains the basic ecological principles that make it work.

Prentice Hall Brief Review: The Living Environment

by John Bartsch Mary P. Colvard

A student review book for the compulsory Living Environment Regents Examination designed to aid the students as they revise the skills, concepts and contents of The Living Environment Core Curriculum.

Standard Guide to Small-Size U.S. Paper Money - 1928-Date

by Scott Lindquist John Schwarz

Serving collectors and dealers turned into the profitability of the small-size market, this edition delivers the most up-to-date census of small-size currency available. Readers will discover listings with precise population figures, serial number listings, 400 color photos and descriptions for experimental notes, mules and blocks, from the first small-size notes to present issues. Only book with the most up-to-date census of all U.S. small-size currency Provides values in line with the current market, up to 20 percent greater than pricing in the previous edition First edition to feature full-color photos

Standard Catalog of U.S. Paper Money

by George S. Cuhaj William Brandimore

As prices and popularity of the paper money market continues to grow, this one-of-a-kind guide keeps up with the times, and keeps collectors informed. The only all-encompassing U.S. paper money guide with up-to-date market prices and full-color photos, this book covers all angles. From pre-Civil War certificates to notes issued within the last couple years, this go-to-guide has all the pricing, identifying data and detailed photos collectors need.

Standard Catalog of U.S. Military Vehicles - 2nd Edition

by David Doyle

Author David Doyle has worked overtime to produce the ultimate guide for the U.S. military vehicle enthusiast. In this exhaustive, comprehensive, and meticulously prepared catalog, Doyle cover all the history, vehicle data, production figures, and variations of every notable U.S. defense vehicle produced between World War II and Operation Desert Story. More than a 1,000 photos, thousands of technical specifications, fascinating historical information, and Krause Publications' exclusive 1-to-6 Vehicle Condition Grading Scale make the Standard Catalog of U.S. Military Vehicles 2nd Edition an indispensable resource for war vehicle enthusiasts and military history buffs.

Standard Catalog of John Deere Tractors 1st

by Robert Pripps

This well researched, all-color reference spans some of the most developmentally significant years of John Deere production history. Listings for each model produced between 1917 and 1972 include features, history, original price, variations of the model, Nebraska Test data and serial numbers. Current collector pricing information as well as two or more large color photographs and 3-4 detail photos are provided for each listing. Enthusiasts and collectors of John Deere tractors will enjoy this informative guide's outline of the company, which includes historical data as well as photos. This resource guide also features information on books, magazines, web sites, museums, clubs, dealers and other sources for information on John Deere tractors.

Standard Catalog of Firebird 1967-2002

by John Gunnell

Embrace the thundering horsepower of Firebird, Pontiac's number one performance car, in this full-color reference featuring comprehensive coverage of every Firebird built from 1967 to 2002. Owners and fans will enjoy tracking the evolution through hundreds of color photos while learning about their favorite models. More than 725 model and price listings provide vehicle descriptions, serial number explanations, original price and weight charts, equipment and available production data, engine details, historical facts, VIN information, and collector values for 1967 to 1995 models. The pricing section uses the Old Cars Price Guide's 1-to-6-price condition rating scale. All Firebird models are covered, including base Firebird, Firebird 326, Formula Firebird, Firebird 400, Ram Air 400, Esprit, Trans-Am, and SLP Bandit, Firehawk series, and more.

Standard Catalog of Farm Tractors 1890-1980

by C. H. Wendel

Tractor enthusiasts of any era will appreciate the wealth of technical data this comprehensive resource delivers. This expanded 2nd edition fuses familiar and reliable Standard Catalog data with results from the renowned Nebraska Tractor Tests, for the extended coverage savvy enthusiast need. Four grades of prices for most models, and updated prices for tractors of the 1960s and later, assist collectors in evaluating each model. Technical specifications including engine size, weight, performance ability and options offer a more depth report. Additional performance reports from the standard Nebraska Tractor Tests add to a solid foundation of information to create a resource that's second to none. Information on tractors manufactured from 1890 to 1960 guides collectors through various generations of tractors Updated prices for post-1960 models helps collectors remain updated 1,800 detailed archive photos help enthusiasts identify various models

Standard Catalog of Chevrolet 1912-2003

by John Gunnell

America's best-selling automobile has come a long way, from the 1912 Classic Six - a large, five-passenger touring sedan, to the 2003 SSR - today's engineering technology captured in one vehicle. John Gunnell, a leading expert in the hobby, devotes an entire updated and revised reference to this American icon. Collectors and hobbyists will appreciate the user-friendly style and comprehensive coverage of every Chevrolet ever built, with new facts and photos and collector-market values updated to 2003. Includes Chevrolets, Camaros, Chevelles, Corvairs, Caprices, Bel Airs, Impalas, Super Sports - even the super-collectible Corvette. Listings cover equipment and technical specifications, production data, engine details, historical facts, and more New expanded VIN information, factory color scheme information, and fewer codes and abbreviations Coverage of the new 50th Anniversary Corvette and Corvette Z06

Standard Catalog of Chevelle 1964-1987

by John Gunnell

The history of the fabulous Chevelle is almost as much of a secret as its "mystery" V-8 was back in the mid '60s. This book unveils the secrecy by providing total coverage of this fast-flying factory hot rod as well as extensive coverage of El Camino, Laguna, plus the modern-day Malibu and the GMC Sprint. From the lowly 300 four-door-sedan to the Concours Estate wagon to the Malibu, Super Sport, SS-396, LS-5, LS-6, Heavy Chevy, and El Camino, the whole Chevelle family is listed with standard equipment, original prices, weights, VIN breakouts, production data, engine specs, technical details, historical facts, and collector prices.

Show It Off!

by Memory Makers Editors

Put Your Talent on Display!Don't hide all your creativity in albums. Show it off! Go beyond the boundaries of your scrapbook pages and pull out all the dimensional stops. All it takes is some inspiration, your stash of supplies and an empty place on the mantle.Show it off! gives you the tools for putting your creativity on display. Each chapter provides tons of project ideas like collage frames, clocks, shadow boxes, mini albums, boxes and photo cubes. Comparisons of the same projects - in layout and display format - illustrate what makes a project great for display. Plus, many of the projects are popular album sizes, letting you easily adapt the ideas to create traditional layouts.With Show it off!, you get everything you need to take your projects out of the album and into real life.Over 120 project ideas, many in popular album sizesStep-by-step instructions and photosTips for creating dimension, binding mini albums, choosing frames and moreComplete supply lists for every piece of artGet ready to turn flat into fabulous. It's time to break out of the album and Show it off!

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