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Go Math! [Grade 4] Georgia

by Matt Larson Miriam A. Leiva Juli K. Dixon

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Go Math! [Grade 6]

by Edward B. Burger Juli K. Dixon Matthew R. Larson

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Go Math! Grade 6, Texas

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

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Go Math! [Kindergarten]

by Matt Larson Miriam A. Leiva Juli K. Dixon

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Go! More Than a Game

by Peter Shotwell

Invented 2500-4000 years ago, the game of Go has enthralled hundreds of millions of people in Asia, where it is an integral part of the culture. In the West, hundreds of thousands have learned of its pleasures, especially after the game appeared in a number of hit movies, TV series, and books, and was included on major Internet game sites. By eliciting the highest powers of rational thought, the game draws players, not just for the thrills of competition, but because they feel it enhances their mental, artistic, and even spiritual lives.Go! More Than a Game uses the most modern methods of teaching, so that, in a few minutes, anyone can understand the two basic rules that generate the game. The object of Go is surrounding territory, but the problem is that while you are doing this, the opponent may be surrounding you! In a series of exciting teaching games, you will watch as Go's beautiful complexities begin to unfold in intertwining patterns of black and white stones. These games progress from small 9x9 boards to 13x13 and then to the traditional19x19 size.Go!: More Than a Game, complete with the history of Go as well as essays on Go in culture, is a wonderful introduction to this ancient game.

Go Organic, Level 6

by Saddleback Educational Publishing Staff

Themes: Hi-Lo, nonfiction, full-color, differentiated instruction. Teach environmental studies and global warming in the inclusive classroom with these unique informational books. Available in two reading levels with identical front covers, so striving readers do not feel "singled out," each title methodically explains the tough problems faced by our planet plus solutions large and small. Features include: Reading level 3 books are Fountas-Pinnell level O, P, and Q; reading level 6 books are Fountas-Pinnell level W. Scientific terms are defined in context. Identical dramatic four-color covers (back cover band identifies books that are lower level). Teacher's Guides with reproducible activities allow students to work from either text. Glossary defines difficult terms. "Did You Know?" sections contain interesting facts. End-of-book "Facts & Figures" section summarizes critical information. The index takes students directly to topics of interest.

GO organize!

by Marilyn Bohn

Are you ready to take control of the clutter in your life? Professional organizer Marilyn Bohn guides you through the entire organizing process using her simple, but highly effective, three-step process.

Go Put Your Strengths to Work

by Marcus Buckingham

Beginning with the million-copy bestsellers First, Break All the Rules and Now, Discover Your Strengths, Marcus Buckingham jump-started the strengths movement that is now sweeping the work world, from business to government to education. Now that the movement is in full swing, Buckingham's new book answers the ultimate question: How can you actually apply your strengths for maximum success at work? Research data show that most people do not come close to making full use of their assets at work -- in fact, only 17 percent of the workforce believe they use all of their strengths on the job. Go Put Your Strengths to Work aims to change that through a six-step, six-week experience that will reveal the hidden dimensions of your strengths. Buckingham shows you how to seize control of your assets and rewrite your job description under the nose of your boss. You will learn: Why your strengths aren't "what you are good at" and your weaknesses aren't "what you are bad at." How to use the four telltale signs to identify your strengths. The simple steps you can take each week to push your time at work toward those activities that strengthen you and away from those that don't. How to talk to your boss and your colleagues about your strengths without sounding like you're bragging and about your weaknesses without sounding like you're whining. The fifteen-minute weekly ritual that will keep you on your strengths path your entire career. With structured exercises that will become part of your regular workweek and proven tactics from people who have successfully applied the book's lessons, Go Put Your Strengths to Work will arm you with a radically different approach to your work life. As part of the book's program you'll take an online Strengths Engagement Track, a focused and powerful gauge that has proven to be the best way to measure the level of engagement of your strengths or your team's strengths. You can also download the first two segments of the renowned companion film series Trombone Player Wanted. Go Put Your Strengths to Work will open up exciting uncharted territory for you and your organization. Join the strengths movement and thrive.

Go Put Your Strengths to Work: 6 Powerful Steps to Achieve Outstanding Performance

by Marcus Buckingham

Beginning with the million-copy bestsellers First, Break All the Rules and Now, Discover Your Strengths, Marcus Buckingham jump-started the strengths movement that is now sweeping the work world, from business to government to education. Now that the movement is in full swing, Buckingham's new book answers the ultimate question: How can you actually apply your strengths for maximum success at work? Research data show that most people do not come close to making full use of their assets at work -- in fact, only 17 percent of the workforce believe they use all of their strengths on the job. Go Put Your Strengths to Work aims to change that through a six-step, six-week experience that will reveal the hidden dimensions of your strengths. Buckingham shows you how to seize control of your assets and rewrite your job description under the nose of your boss. You will learn: Why your strengths aren't "what you are good at" and your weaknesses aren't "what you are bad at." How to use the four telltale signs to identify your strengths. The simple steps you can take each week to push your time at work toward those activities that strengthen you and away from those that don't. How to talk to your boss and your colleagues about your strengths without sounding like you're bragging and about your weaknesses without sounding like you're whining. The fifteen-minute weekly ritual that will keep you on your strengths path your entire career. With structured exercises that will become part of your regular workweek and proven tactics from people who have successfully applied the book's lessons, Go Put Your Strengths to Work will arm you with a radically different approach to your work life. As part of the book's program you'll take an online Strengths Engagement Track, a focused and powerful gauge that has proven to be the best way to measure the level of engagement of your strengths or your team's strengths. You can also download the first two segments of the renowned companion film series Trombone Player Wanted. Go Put Your Strengths to Work will open up exciting uncharted territory for you and your organization. Join the strengths movement and thrive.

Go Saddle the Sea

by Joan Aiken

Felix Brooke, the orphaned son of an English soldier and an aristocratic Spanish mother, has been raised in the strict, loveless household of his grandfather in Villaverde, Spain. When Felix gains possession of a letter that contains a clue to the whereabouts of his father's family, he gladly runs away form home to pursue the trail. His journey from Spain to far-off England begins the adventure of a lifetime.

Go Small

by Craig Gross

It is in the seemingly ordinary moments of life where God does his greatest work. Go big or go home . . . so they say. But do you ever feel like no matter how big you go, you still haven't gone big enough? Have you grown so frustrated with the pursuit of "go big" that "go home" is starting to look inviting?Going big all the time is not only a recipe for burnout--it's not the way God works in your life. It's time to break free from "go big or go home." It's time to invest in stamina, to cultivate endurance, to recognize the miraculous world of the ordinary, little things.Show the door to "go big or go home" thinking. Your ordinary life is miraculous. It's time to go small--and keep on going.

Go Tell It on the Mountain

by James Baldwin

Moving through time from the rural South to the northern ghetto, an unsurpassed portrayal of human beings caught up in dramatic struggles while society confronts changes.

Go To

by Steve Lohr

In Go To, Steve Lohr chronicles the history of software from the early days of complex mathematical codes mastered by a few thousand to today's era of user-friendly software and over six million professional programmers worldwide. Lohr maps out the unique seductions of programming, and gives us an intimate portrait of the peculiar kind of genius that is drawn to this blend of art, science, and engineering, introducing us to the movers and shakers of the 1950s and the open-source movement of today. With original reporting and deft storytelling, Steve Lohr shows us how software transformed the world, and what it holds in store for our future.

The Go-To Church

by Bryan Collier

Every church can grow. Gone may be the days when churches could simply sit on the corner and attract passers-by, but people still long for the peace and confidence faith in God provides. So what do we do? We take the church to the people. We become a" Go-To Church" rather than a "Come-Here Church." Jesus' followers didn't wait for nonbelievers to find them. The disciples didn't stay in the Upper Room or sit around waiting after Pentecost and Peter's great sermon recorded in Acts. No, they struck out and went where God led--throughout the world to all people. How? Through creating multi-sites. Using the strategies and guidance of this book, you can customize the mission and ministry of your church to connect with people where they are. You will not only grow your church, but enhance God's Kingdom and accomplish the mission of the Great Commandment.

Go to Sleep, Groundhog!

by Judy Cox

When Groundhog can't sleep, he takes a little walk. He sees things he's never seen before--all the things of Halloween! It takes until December for him to go to sleep. It seems he has barely had a nap when his alarm clock rings. Will Groundhog see his shadow? This book includes information about Groundhog Day and other traditions surrounding the use of animal behavior to predict the coming of spring. This file should make an excellent embossed braille copy.

Go to Sleep, Little Groundhog

by Claude Clement

An active little groundhog refuses to go to sleep despite the advice of several animal visitors until finally the cricket tries something that works.

Go To: The Story of the Math Majors, Bridge Players, Engineers, Chess Wizards, Maverick Scientists and Iconoclasts- the Programmers Who Created the Software Revolution

by Steve Lohr

In Go To, Steve Lohr chronicles the history of software from the early days of complex mathematical codes mastered by a few thousand to today's era of user-friendly software and over six million professional programmers worldwide. Lohr maps out the unique seductions of programming, and gives us an intimate portrait of the peculiar kind of genius that is drawn to this blend of art, science, and engineering, introducing us to the movers and shakers of the 1950s and the open-source movement of today. With original reporting and deft storytelling, Steve Lohr shows us how software transformed the world, and what it holds in store for our future.

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