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Why Kittens Hide

by Cindy Peattie Marcin Piwowarski Kate Cochran

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Win, Win, Win!

by Cindy Peattie Miriam Hassan

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Wind and Water Change Earth

by Benchmark Education Co. LLC Staff

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World Civilizations

by Randall L. Pouwels Philip J. Adler

Adler and Pouwels's WORLD CIVILIZATIONS offers broad-based coverage of the world's major civilizations, in a brief-chapter format that presents information in manageable segments. The focused treatment of topics throughout history covers every major epoch and follows general patterns and processes, while illuminating history through specific examples and a particular emphasis on social and cultural topics.

World History: Ancient Civilizations Through the Renaissance

by Kylene Beers Richard Shek Stanley M. Burstein

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World History & Geography: Modern Times

by Jackson J. Spielvogel

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Yes, Cubs!

by Cindy Peattie Luisa Soto

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Advanced Language & Literature for Honors and Pre-AP English Courses

by Renée H. Shea John Golden Lance Balla

AP® teachers know the roots of AP® success are established in the earlier grades. That is the idea behind Advanced Language & Literature—a complete solution for 10th grade honors and Pre-AP® English classes. Driven by the expertise of Renee Shea, John Golden, and Lance Balla, this introduction to literature and nonfiction, reading and writing, analysis and argument, is both challenging and nurturing; a book full of big ideas, thought-provoking texts, and all of the support young minds need to be prepared for AP® success. *Pre-AP is a trademark registered and/or owned by the College Board, which was not involved in the production of and does not endorse this product.

Adventures in Japanese, [Volume] 2

by Hiromi Peterson Naomi Hirano-Omizo

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Algebra 1, Student Text and Homework Helper

by Randall I. Charles Allan E. Bellman Basia Hall

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Algebra 1, Volume 1

by Timothy D. Kanold Edward B. Burger Juli K. Dixon

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Algebra 1, Volume 2

by Timothy D. Kanold Edward B. Burger Juli K. Dixon

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Algebra 2, Student Text and Homework Helper

by Randall I. Charles Allan E. Bellman Basia Hall

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Algebra 2, Volume 2

by Timothy D. Kanold Edward B. Burger Juli K. Dixon

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American History

by Dr Ames West Davidson Dr Michael B. Stoff Dr Kathy Swan Jennifer L. Bertolet

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American History

by Michael B. Stoff James West Davidson Jennifer L. Bertolet

In 'They Say,' James West Davidson recounts the first thirty years in the passionate life of Ida B. Wells--as well as the story of the great struggle over the meaning of race in post-emancipation America. Davidson captures the breathtaking and often chaotic changes that swept the South as Wells grew up in Holly Springs, Mississippi: the spread of education among free blacks, the rise of political activism, and the bitter struggles for equality in the face of entrenched social custom. When Wells came of age she moved to bustling Memphis, where her quest for personal fulfillment was thwarted as whites increasingly used race as a barrier to separate blacks from mainstream America. Davidson traces the crosscurrents of these cultural conflicts through Wells's forceful personality, intertwining her struggle to define herself with her early courageous, and often audacious, behavior. When a conductor threw her off a train for refusing to sit in the segregated car, she sued the railroad--and won. When she protested conditions in segregated Memphis schools, she was fired--and took up journalism. And in 1892, when an explosive lynching rocked Memphis, Wells embarked fully on the career for which she is now remembered, as outspoken anti-lynching writer and lecturer. Period photographs from postcards, newspapers, and Wells's own diary further engage readers in this dynamic story. Richly researched and deftly written, the book offers a gripping portrait of the young Ida B. Wells, who directly encountered and influenced the evolving significance of race in America.

American History: Beginnings Through Reconstruction

by Prentice Hall

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The American Pageant: A History of the American People, AP® Edition

by David M. Kennedy Lizabeth Cohen

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The American Pageant: A History of the American People (Updated AP Edition)

by David M. Kennedy Lizabeth Cohen

The American Spirit: United States History as Seen by Contemporaries

by David M. Kennedy Thomas A. Bailey

This comprehensive primary source reader focuses on political, diplomatic, and social history, presenting a rich collection of documents that includes travel literature, religious sermons, newspaper articles, court testimony, diary entries, and political cartoons. It's an ideal companion for THE AMERICAN PAGEANT, 16E.

The American West (Great Minds Wit & Wisdom #Grade 2 Module 2:)

by Ann Brigham Lauren Chapalee Lorraine Griffith

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The American West: Assessment Pack (Great Minds Wit & Wisdom #Grade 2 Module 2)

by Great Minds

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The Americans: United States History Since 1877

by J. Jorge Klor de Alva Larry S. Krieger Gerald A. Danzer

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¡Así se dice! Spanish 1

by Conrad J. Schmitt

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¡Así se dice! Spanish 1A: Workbook and Audio Activities

by Conrad J. Schmitt

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