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A Pocket Full of Seeds

by Marilyn Sachs

This book is about a Jewish girl who lost her family with the invasion of Germans in her native country France.

A Pocket Guide for Student Midwives

by Pamela Lee Stella Mckay-Moffat

A Pocket Guide for Student Midwives is an accessible, portable book offering student midwives everything they need to grasp the key elements of midwifery language, knowledge and skills.The new edition of this useful aide-memoire is divided into two parts. The first includes relevant terms, abbreviations and definitions. The second part is a quick A-Z reference guide to common conditions, procedures, emergency situations, and supporting information, enhanced by visual material to aid comprehension of normality and anomalies. The innovative action flow charts enable rapid access to information that logically guides the reader through procedures in potentially life-threatening situations, in both home and hospital settings.A Pocket Guide for Student Midwives is essential reading for the new non-nurse student midwife, the experienced nurse entering the midwifery profession, and senior student midwives.

Pocket Guide to Interpersonal Neurobiology: An Integrative Handbook of the Mind

by Daniel J. Siegel

Building on his working definition of 'mind' in The Developing Mind (1999), Siegel (UCLA School of Medicine and UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center/Mindsight Institute) presents an accessible, open-minded interdisciplinary exploration of the mind, brain, and relationships. Intended as a textbook companion, the concise guide contains entries connected like nodes in the brain or social networks on key concepts (e. g. , neuroplasticity, the expanded self), illustrations, and an annotated index. Annotation ©2012 Book News, Inc. , Portland, OR (booknews. com)

Pocket Guide to Midwifery Care

by Aviva Jill Romm

If you are pregnant, plan to be pregnant, or are curious about alternatives to medical childbirth, the POCKET GUIDE TO MIDWIFERY will provide you with complete information about:Safety and effectiveness of midwifery care.The different types of midwives.How to choose a midwife.The care midwives give.Midwifery and the law.National organizations.

Pocket Guide to the American Board of Emergency Medicine In-Training Exam

by MPH Bob Cambridge Do

Every year emergency medicine resident physicians participate in the American Board of Emergency Medicine (ABEM) In-Training Examination to assess their medical knowledge. Preparing for the examination involves assembling several different resources on a wide range of topics. Many resources are either too detailed or too superficial, limiting their effectiveness. Pocket Guide to the American Board of Emergency Medicine In-Training Exam is designed specifically for the Emergency Medicine Resident Physician as an aid to revising for the In-Training exam. Pertinent information is organized under the same topics as the examination. The concise text and tables deliver information quickly and a rapid review section allows for self-assessment. In addition, the small portable size enables revision whenever and wherever you are. Pocket Guide to the American Board of Emergency Medicine In-Training Exam is the only resource you will need for In-Training Examination preparation.

A Pocket Guide to Writing in History (6th edition)

by Mary Lynn Rampolla

A portable and affordable reference tool, A Pocket Guide to Writing in History provides reading, writing, and research advice useful to students in all history courses. Concise yet comprehensive advice on approaching typical history assignments, developing critical reading skills, writing effective history papers, conducting research, using and documenting sources, and avoiding plagiarism -- enhanced with practical tips and examples throughout -- have made this slim reference a best-seller. Now in its sixth edition, the book offers more coverage of working with sources than ever before.

A Pocket Guide to Writing in History (7th Edition)

by Mary Lynn Rampolla

An essential writing, reading, and research tool for all history students, A Pocket Guide to Writing in History offers a best-selling combination of concise yet comprehensive advice in a portable and accessible format. This quick-reference guide provides a practical introduction to typical history assignments, exercising critical reading skills, evaluating and documenting sources, writing effective history papers, conducting research, and avoiding plagiarism. Building on its time-tested approach, the seventh edition offers expanded, hands-on guidance for writing and researching in the digital age, and additional coverage on working with primary and secondary sources.

A Pocket History of the Civil War

by Martin Graham

Praise for: A Pocket History "Martin F. Graham's A Pocket History of the Civil War is a font of information that will interest a wide range of readers, including the ardent history buff." --Foreword Magazine Martin Graham, a former associate editor of Blue & Gray magazine, has penned a new book entitled A Pocket History of the Civil War. The book is published in conjunction with The National Civil War Museum in Harrisburg Pennsylvania. Each of the books' eight chapters presents a different theme, ranging from the transformation of civilians into soldiers to the prison systems of North and South. Graham also provides 4-5 page overviews of each of the key battles of war from Fort Sumpter to Appomattox. The final chapter offers brief biographies of eight unusual characters from the war--and an surprising event from its aftermath. An appendix provides a "test your knowledge" section, a glossary, and a list of books further reading. Civil War buffs will enjoy the many tables that Graham provides. For example, there is a table that lists the greatest percentage of regimental loss in battle (for the Union it was 1st Minnesota which lost 82% at Gettysburg and for the Confederacy it was the 3rd North Carolina which lost 90% at Antietam). Another table lists the higher ranking generals killed in battle and their manner of death. History buffs will relish the information Graham serves up on the economics of the war, camp life, and such lesser-known personalities as Johnny Clem, "the drummer boy of Shiloh." For readers new to the war, or who have become interested in it due to the Sesquicentennial, Graham has provided, a concise overview that is sure to inspire further study. In his Foreword to the book, David A. Patterson, CEO of the National Civil War Museum in Harrisburg writes, "Incorporating all of the fundamental information about the Civil War in one concise, easy to reference and well laid-out volume makes this an essential purchase for the Sesquicentennial Commemoration."From the Hardcover edition.

The Pocket Hunting & Fishing Guide

by Jay Cassell

Hunters, fishers, campers, sportsmen . . . no matter your outdoor passion, Sportsmen's Secrets, the handy guide to water and woodland wisdom, belongs in your kit. This conveniently sized and whimsical handbook will teach you all the top outdoor secrets, from crayfish catching to moose hunting, restoring rubber to dressing for dry days on the hunt. Plus, Sportsmen's Secrets is packed to the brim with informative drawings and step-by-step illustrations.Sportsmen's Secrets features:Intriguing info about hunting and the huntedSecrets of successfully keeping fishNatural bait riddles solved!How to forecast weatherSecrets of canoe safetyDowning that deer!Tips on clothing, gear, and what to wearPlus so much more to make your next outing to field or stream a success!Packed with pertinent details and accurate, easy-to-follow advice, this is the guide all sportsmen should carry when they head to the great outdoors.

The Pocket Instructor: Literature

by Diana Fuss William A. Gleason

This is the first comprehensive collection of hands-on, active learning exercises for the college literature classroom, offering ideas and inspiration for new and veteran teachers alike. These 101 surefire lesson plans present creative and interactive activities to get all your students talking and learning, from the first class to final review. Whether you are teaching majors or nonmajors, genres or periods, canonical or noncanonical literature, medieval verse or the graphic novel, this volume provides practical and flexible exercises for creating memorable learning experiences. Help students learn more and retain that knowledge longer by teaching them how to question, debate, annotate, imitate, write, draw, map, stage, or perform. These user-friendly exercises feature clear and concise step-by-step instructions, and each exercise is followed by helpful teaching tips and descriptions of the exercise in action. All encourage collaborative learning and many are adaptable to different class sizes or course levels. A collection of successful approaches for teaching fiction, poetry, and drama and their historical, cultural, and literary contexts, this indispensable book showcases the tried and true alongside the fresh and innovative.101 creative classroom exercises for teaching literatureExercises contributed by experienced teachers at a wide range of colleges and universitiesStep-by-step instructions and teaching tips for each exerciseExtensive introduction on the benefits of bringing active learning to the literature classroomCross-references for finding further exercises and to aid course planningIndex of literary authors, works, and related topics

Pocket Keys for Writers (4th edition)

by Ann Raimes

This book covers the essentials of the writing process with increased focus on academic writing and new sections on multi-modal composition.

The Pocket Outdoor Survival Guide

by J. Wayne Fears

The Pocket Outdoor Survival Guide provides the essential knowledge that hikers, campers, canoeists, hunters, anglers, and anyone who spends time in the outdoors needs to deal with short-term survival situations. This handy guidebook will give you the knowledge to make it through any outdoor adventure, planned or unplanned. Discover everything you need to know about: Trip planning Survival kits Search and rescue Coping with bad weather Emergency signaling Shelter Sleeping warm Fire Dealing with insects Safe drinking water Food Avoiding hypothermia Countering fear And more! Don't be caught without a copy of J. Wayne Fears's The Pocket Outdoor Survival Guide on your next outdoor adventure!

Pocket Paleo

by Catherine Proctor

Originating from the Paleolithic period (2.5 million years ago) the paleo diet practices simple, clean eating free of additives, preservatives, and chemicals. Think fresh vegetables, fruit, nuts and lean meat... anything that our prehistoric kin could have hunted or gathered. The paleo diet health benefits include increased energy and satiety (feeling full) due to the higher intake of protein and fats; antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits with increased consumption of fruit and vegetables; and weight loss due to the elimination of processed foods. Pocket Paleo is a complete guide to the philosophy behind the paleo diet and is aimed to help you make better food choices that can be implanted for the long term. Pocket Paleo outlines what foods you can eat, what is off limits and some clever food substitutes. Mealtimes are sorted with over 50 recipes for breakfast, snacks, savoury and sweet dishes, all with the paleo tick of approval. Following a paleo diet is easy with the help of Pocket Paleo, the pocket guide you can take with you when shopping and eating out.

Pocket Paleo: Breakfast

by Nell Stephenson

When it comes to eating paleo, trainer, nutritional consultant and author of Paleoista Nell Stephenson knows that breakfast is one of the most challenging meals. It's the most important meal of the day, but why do so many of us have it all wrong? Skipping breakfast to save calories or because we don't have enough time does nothing other than increase our chances of making poor meal choices. And when trying to eat paleo, it can be struggle to move away from old standards like cereal or oatmeal and still eat something easy to prepare but filling and healthy.So what does a good paleo breakfast consist of? The same thing any other meal does-vegetables, protein and fat, like soft-boiled eggs over spinach with some avocado and a side of berries, or even a five-minute well-balanced smoothie. By starting the morning off the right way, you'll set yourself up for sustained energy and focus day after day.POCKET PALEO: BREAKFAST includes- 50 recipes, like sun-dried tomato and basil Sonoma omelets, bacon and melon roll ups, breakfast Carpaccio and Mexican fajitas- Building paleo breakfast basics- Tips for adventurous eating, kid-friendly modifications, eating on-the-run and more

Pocket Paleo: Snacks

by Nell Stephenson

When it comes to eating Paleo, trainer, nutritional consultant and author of Paleoista Nell Stephenson knows that snacks can be especially challenging. But a snack and a meal should contain the same ingredients: fresh, real food and nothing else!Start with a base of veggies, followed by some lean protein and finish off with some healthy fat and fruit, and you'll have your perfect paleo (tem)plate. Whether you're having a snack at home, work or school, following this schematic will ensure all your meals have the ideal paleo balance of protein, carbohydrate and fat.Keeping on top of what you're eating as a snack between the other meals in a day can truly be the deal-maker in staying on track with your paleo regime, and maintaining an even keel in your blood sugar is key to keeping your fat-blasting metabolism on high.POCKET PALEO: SNACKS includes- 50 recipes, like homemade beef, turkey and salmon jerkies, savory smoothies, tuna Nicoise, Tex-Mex fish tacos, turkey and kale cobb and more- Building paleo snack basics- Quick and easy, in the office, kid-friendly, on-the-go, seasonal and holiday-inspired paleo snack recipes and more

Pocket Prayers

by Max Lucado

When the chaos of our daily lives becomes overwhelming, where can we turn for peace and rest? Best-selling author Max Lucado points to the Source of all hope and strength in Pocket Prayers, which contains forty guided prayers and complementary scriptures for any situation. This pass-along companion to Before Amen serves as an outreach tool for ministries and churches, offering simple encouragement for those who struggle to pray.

The Pocket Small Business Owner's Guide to Business Plans

by Dee Power Brian Hill

Planning is essential to creating a competitive advantage for your small business, and properly done, it can actually be fun. That is the message of this thorough guide, written in easy-to-follow, nontechnical language that you don't need an MBA to understand. In what areas will your business specialize? What are some of the resources you will need, and challenges you will face? How much do you want your company to grow? Once you have established a vision of your business's future, you will be on your way to making it a reality. Topics covered include:Creating a business modelIdentifying and beating the competitionCalculating expensesDetermining whether you need additional capitalAvoiding common mistakes Writing your executive summary Developing a marketing strategy Evaluating your team Analyzing your progress And more! Whatever your background and whatever kind of business you dream of starting, this latest installment in our popular Pocket Small Business Owner's Guide will help you to achieve your goals!

A Pocket Style Manual (4th edition)

by Diana Hacker

A compact guide to various writing styles.

A Pocket Style Manual (5th Edition, 2009 MLA Update)

by Diana Hacker

The first of its kind, A Pocket Style Manual continues to help student writers get answers to their writing and research questions. Its concise and straightforward content is flexible enough to suit the needs of writers in the humanities, social sciences, sciences, health professions, business courses, fine arts, teacher training courses, and beyond. With its signature Diana Hacker quick-reference features, A Pocket Style Manual has always provided quick solutions to writing problems. Supplemented by the best free and open Web resources, A Pocket Style Manual offers the best value for students. In the Hacker tradition, the new contributing authors -- Nancy Sommers, Tom Jehn, Jane Rosenzweig, and Marcy Carbajal Van Horn -- have crafted solutions for the challenges today's college students face. Together they give us a new edition that provides more help with research writing and one that works better for a wider range of students.

A Pocket Style Manual (6th Edition)

by Diana Hacker Nancy Sommers

Used by nearly a quarter million students each year, A Pocket Style Manual is a straightforward, inexpensive quick reference, with content flexible enough to suit the needs of writers in the humanities, social sciences, sciences, health professions, business, fine arts, education, and beyond. Its slim format, brief length, and spiral binding make it easy for students to keep A Pocket Style Manual with them for every writing assignment, in any class. With its signature Hacker handbook quick-reference features--hand-edited sentences, color-coded documentation coverage, user-friendly index entries, and a clean, uncluttered design--A Pocket Style Manual has always provided fast, effective answers to writing and research questions. In the Hacker tradition, new coauthor Nancy Sommers has crafted solutions for the challenges today's college students face. The new edition provides even more help with research writing and supports students in every discipline.

Pocket Thesaurus (Special Abridged Edition)

by John Bollard

The Scholastic Pocket Thesaurus is an innovative, easy-to-use title created for the many kids who get frustrated when they try to use a thesaurus. If they look up a word and "it's not there," many students will give up rather than turn to the indexes in the back of their books to redirect their searches. The Scholastic Pocket Thesaurus's innovative same-page index solves this problem.

The Pocket Wife

by Susan Crawford

She was there. She was involved in Celia's day, although she isn't sure exactly how. She had far too much to drink. And then the incredible death--the shocking, horrible, inconceivable death, sticking like a dagger in her heart. She closes her eyes and tries to remember the last thing she said to Celia. She thinks it was "I don't ever want to see you again."Dana Catrell's life is in chaos. She's married to a lawyer who makes her feel trivial, as if stuck inside his pocket like loose change. She's also sliding toward the brink of insanity. Devastated by mania, part of her bipolar disorder, Dana finds that there are troubling holes in her memory, including what happened on the afternoon of her friend Celia's death. She's horrified to learn she's the only other person with a key to Celia's house--and the last person to see her alive.She and Celia had shared recipes and gossip. But not secrets--until that final afternoon. Closing her eyes, Dana can see images, loose pieces of a hazy puzzle. Sangria in a glass, a tiny rip in Celia's screen door, Celia lying in a pool of blood, the broken vase beside her head, the kitchen knife just so above her hand. But there are infuriating, terrifying gaps.Is murder on her mind--or is it all in her head?As evidence starts to point in her direction, Dana will use the clarity her mania brings her to fill in the blanks and clear her name before her demons win out. But her husband's odd behavior and the persistent probing of Detective Jack Moss complicate Dana's search for answers. The closer she comes to piecing together shards of her broken memory, the closer Dana comes to falling apart. Is there a killer lurking inside her . . . or is there one out there in the shadows of reality, waiting to strike again?A story of marriage, murder, and madness, The Pocket Wife is a sophisticated, gripping tale of psychological suspense that explores the world through the foggy lens of a woman on the edge.

Pocketful of Miracles: Prayer, Meditations, and Affirmations to Nurture Your Spirit Every Day of the Year

by Joan Borysenko

As the seasons change, so do our lives. In this unforgettable book, Joan Borysenko offers a unique, organic means of drawing personal strength and spiritual succor from the wondrous cycles of nature. Drawing on the ancient wisdom at the core of the world's religions, the guidance of the four great Archangels that stand at the gates of the Medicine Wheel, and her own deep mystical experience, she has divided the book into twelve inspiring monthly sections. Each reflects such emotionally significant themes as Forgiveness, Rebirth in Love, and Spiritual Healing. And each provides daily meditations, prayers, and affirmations that help you let go of fear and realize the light of peace and compassion that dwells throughout the universe . . . and within your own heart.

A Pocketful of Poems

by David Madden

Containing 125 poems, this companion contains some of the most commonly studied works in classes around the country.

Poe-Land: The Hallowed Haunts of Edgar Allan Poe

by J. W. Ocker

Winner of the 2015 Edgar Award for Best Critical/Biographical! Follow the footsteps of the father of American horror fiction. Edgar Allan Poe was an oddity: his life, literature, and legacy are all, well, odd. In Poe-Land, J. W. Ocker explores the physical aspects of Poe's legacy across the East Coast and beyond, touring Poe's homes, examining artifacts from his life--locks of his hair, pieces of his coffin, original manuscripts, his boyhood bed--and visiting the many memorials dedicated to him. Along the way, Ocker meets people from a range of backgrounds and professions--actors, museum managers, collectors, historians--who have dedicated some part of their lives to Poe and his legacy. Poe-Land is a unique travelogue of the afterlife of the poet who invented detective fiction, advanced the emerging genre of science fiction, and elevated the horror genre with a mastery over the macabre that is arguably still unrivaled today.

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