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Glencoe Life iScience

by Juli Berwald Michelle Anderson American Museum of Natural History

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Glencoe Physical iScience

by Mcgraw-Hill Education

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Glencoe Physical Science

by Dinah Zike Charles William Mclaughlin Marilyn Thompson

Give every student a deeper understanding of physical science!

Glencoe Physics: Principles and Problems

by David G. Haase Paul W. Zitzewitz Kathleen A. Harper

El gobierno en acción

by Benchmark Education Co. LLC Staff

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Government at Work


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Los hábitats de África (Navigators)

by Bernice Rappoport

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Hacer frente a los retos: Textos Para La Lectura Atenta (Texts Close Reading Ser.)

by Benchmark Education Co. LLC Staff

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Heredity and Adaptation

by Lawrence Hall of Science University of California at Berkeley

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History Alive! The Ancient World

by Sally Isaacs Lauren Kent Beth Lasser

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History Alive! The Medieval World and Beyond

by Sally Isaacs Lauren Kent Beth Lasser

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History Alive! The United States Through Industrialism

by Sally Isaacs Lauren Kent Beth Lasser

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Holt McDougal Physics Georgia

by Raymond A. Serway Jerry S. Faughn

Horticulture Today

by Jodi Songer Riedel Elizabeth Driscoll

An all-new option for introductory horticulture or plant science courses, Horticulture Today engages students with practical information they can use and hands-on activities they perform. Written by two dynamic agriculture educators, the text presents a contemporary overview of the horticulture industry, then provides thorough coverage of plant science, horticultural practices, landscape design and maintenance, and integrated pest management. In developing an appreciation for the diversity and global context of horticulture, Horticulture Today helps students to develop literacy in Green Industry careers as well as the skills they will need to succeed.

How Bear Lost Her Tail

by Alison Adams Jeffrey B. Fuerst Jacqui Davis

"Look at how wonderful my tail is!" said Bear. Bear won't stop bragging about her big, brown tail. What will clever Fox do to teach her a lesson?

Human Systems Interactions: FOSS Science Resources

by Lawrence Hall of Science University of California at Berkeley

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Iktomi and His Blanket: A Native American Folktale

by Jeffrey B. Fuerst Kathryn L. O'Dell Ayesha Lopez

Will Iktomi ever get to eat his dinner? Iktomi is a clever Lakota Indian who is frustrated because Coyote keeps taking his food. He makes repeated trips up the mountain to get help from the Great Spirit. But will Iktomi's selfish behavior fill his empty stomach?

Iktomi y su manta: Un cuento folclórico de nativamericanos (Text Connections Guided Close Reading Ser.)

by Kathryn L. O'Dell Ayesha Lopez

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Illustrated Microsoft® Office 365TM & Office 2016: Introductory

by Beskeen Cram Duffy

Whether you're a computer rookie or hot shot, you can master Microsoft Office 2016 applications quickly with ILLUSTRATED MICROSOFT OFFICE 2016 & OFFICE 365 INTRODUCTORY, part of the popular Illustrated Series. Using a focused, user-friendly format, a two-page layout allows you to work through an entire task without turning the page. The book's easy to follow presentation highlights Learning Outcomes that outline the skills in each lesson. Larger full-color screen images reflect exactly what you should see on your own computer. Each module begins with a brief overview of the principles of the lesson and introduces a case study for further application. New Productivity Apps visually introduce Microsoft OneNote, Sway, Office Mix and Edge using fun, hands-on activities. Companion Sways provide videos and step-by-step instructions to help you master each app. In addition, MindTap and SAM help you further focus your study for results now and success later on the job.

In My Opinion: We Need to Play! We Need to Park!

by Jeffrey B. Fuerst Cameron Townsend Elena Rodriguez

Cameron Townsend wants to keep his school playground as it is--for kids to play on. Elena Rodriguez, a teacher at the school, is in favor of using the space to increase the size of the parking lot. Each writes a letter to the local newspaper tomake his or her opinion known to the community.

In My Opinion: We Need a Class Constitution

by Cindy Peattie Mr Miller'S 4th Grade Class

Mr. Miller's fourth graders get out of control at times. After alesson on government, the students write a letter to their teacher asking to have some new rules and leaders of their own. What are they planning to do? Read on to find out.

In My Opinion: Technology Brings Us Together

by Carlos Rivera Jeffrey B. Fuerst

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In My Opinion: Firefighters Need Our Support

by Angela Garcia Cindy Peattie

Firefighters help their communities in many important ways. Read on to learn why fire departments need money. Learn about their work and equipment, too!

Inside: Reading & Language [Level A]

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

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Inside: Writing [Level A]

by Gretchen Bernabei

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