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California Moon

by Catherine Lanigan

Shannon Riley is a dedicated nurse with a secret past. Her patient -- comatose after a deadly beating -- is Gabe Turner, the prime suspect in his friend's drug-related murder. Gabe awakens and flees from the hospital to California, taking Shannon hostage as he tries to understand the mystery threatening his life. Pursued by the law and by ruthless men who want them dead, they play a dangerous game with no clear rules -- but many truths will be revealed under the California moon.

The California Naturalist Handbook

by Deborah Stanger Edelman Adina Merenlender Greg De Nevers

The California Naturalist Handbook provides a fun, science-based introduction to California's natural history with an emphasis on observation, discovery, communication, stewardship and conservation. It is a hands-on guide to learning about the natural environment of California. Subjects covered include California natural history and geology, native plants and animals, California's freshwater resources and ecosystems, forest and rangeland resources, conservation biology, and the effects of global warming on California's natural communities. The Handbook also discusses how to create and use a field notebook, natural resource interpretation, citizen science, and collaborative conservation and serves as the primary text for the California Naturalist Program.

California or Bust!

by Judith Stamper

Luke and his father travel to California in 1849 to search for gold, and Luke describes their progress in letters to his family back east.

California Plants and Animals

by Stephen Feinstein

Which species found in California are endangered or threatened? Where can you find a 4,000 year-old tree? You can find the answers to these questions in California Plants and Animals. This book contains many fun and fascinating facts about the plants and animals that live in California and the habitats in which they live. You will learn how these living things fit into an ecosystem and what actions are being taken to protect California's natural environment.

California Real Estate Law (5th edition)

by Walter Huber Kim Tyler

A guide book to Real Estate Law in California, how it actually works and as well as its processes.

California Real Estate Practice (Eighth Edition)

by William H. Pivar Lowell Anderson Daniel S. Otto

California Real Estate Practice is the practical application of real estate knowledge to meet the needs of buyers, sellers, lessors, and lessees. It is a course in what to do for success in meeting these needs.

California Real Estate Principles (7th edition)

by Charles O. Stapleton Martha R. Williams

Combining the latest state specific information with solid industry fundamentals, this user-friendly text gives students a strong foundation for a career in real estate. California Real Estate Principles comes loading with instructor resources and extra features to enhance the student-learning experience and make teaching the class easier than ever.

The California Roll: A Novel

by John Vorhaus

Meet Radar Hoverlander, a witty, gifted con artist with the mind of David Mamet, the voice of Tom Robbins, and the morals of a sailor on shore leave. What do the Merlin Game, the Penny Skim, the Doolally Snadoodle, and the Afterparty Snuke have in common? They're all the work of world-class con artist and master bafflegabber Radar Hoverlander. Radar's been "on the snuke" since childhood, but he's still looking for his California Roll, the one big scam that'll set him up in sushi for life. Trouble arrives in the stunning, sassy package of Allie Quinn-either the last true innocent or a con artist so slick she makes Radar look like a Quaker. Radar's hapless sidekick, Vic Mirplo, a lovable loser who couldn't con a kid out of a candy cane, thinks Radar's being played. But if love is blind, it's also deaf, dumb and stupid, and before Radar knows it, he's sucked into a vortex of double-, triple-, quadruple-crosses that'll either net him his precious California Roll or put him in a hole in the ground. As timeless as a perpetual-motion machine, as timely as a Madoff arraignment, The California Roll brings you deep inside the world of con artistry, where every fact is fiction and the second liar never has a chance.

California Royale

by Deborah Smith

Shea Somerton was elegant and glamorous, just like Estate Mendocino, the resort she managed -- but behind her classy facade there was a hint of recklessness in her violet eyes.

The California Saga

by Chunichi

When Michael Burroughs arrives on the scene in Virginia Beach from L. A. , he floods the East Coast with top-notch product and quickly earns his title as the California Connection-Calico for short. Hes also a smooth brotha with a knack for getting whatever he wants out of women. When he meets Jewel, sparks fly and things quickly spin out of control. When Calico shows his true colors, Jewel knows just how to get revenge. Jewel becomes the queen of the streets. Shes making money in a major way. The only problem is that she no longer wants to share her throne. Add to this a federal investigation dubbed Operation California Connection, and Jewel could soon be facing her downfall. When the dust settles, Jewel is left with a boyfriend on the run and a federal case pending against her. Jewel is concerned with only one thing, though. She is determined to give her unborn child a good life, one that doesnt involve drugs, lies, and deception. Armed with a mothers love, Jewel uses her street savvy to try to gain back everything she lost, minus the pain. The California Saga is all about revenge and retaliation, even if it means snitching and snaking. Its about money, power, and greed.

California Saxon Math Intermediate 6, Volume 2

by Stephen Hake

Saxon Math thoroughly covers all the California Mathematics Standards and has been designed to meet all the requirements of the Mathematics Framework for California Public Schools. The cohesive integrated approach of Saxon Math helps build in the time necessary for all California students to develop the solid mathematical foundation needed for success in algebra -- and beyond.

California Schemin'

by Carolyn Keene

Nancy may have successfully cleared Ned from suspicion when the local carnival's cash box went missing, but along the way she uncovered a deeper plot involving financial mismanagement and finger-pointing. Now, in the stunning conclusion to the Sabotage Mystery Trilogy, Nancy finally uncovers who is sabotaging the Daughters of River Heights carnival--and it's not who you think....

California School Law: Third Edition

by Frank Kemerer Peter Sansom

Now in its third edition, California School Law is the only comprehensive source discussing how federal and state law affects the day-to-day operation of the state's traditional public, charter, and private schools. While the book is comprehensive, the authors have written it for a broad audience. California School Law has become a coveted desk-top reference for administrators, governing board members, school attorneys, union leaders, and policymakers. It also has been widely adopted as a classroom textbook in educational administration and education law classes. The first chapter provides an explanation of the legal framework within which California schooling takes place and key players at the state, district, and school level. Ensuing chapters examine student attendance and truancy, curriculum law, employment law, teacher and student rights of expression, the school and religion, students with disabilities, student discipline, privacy and search and seizure, and legal liability in both state and federal court. Also included are chapters on unions and collective bargaining, educational finance issues, and racial and gender discrimination. Appendices provide a glossary of legal terminology, an explanation of how to find and read legislative enactments and judicial decisions, and a list of sources for accessing law. The book's table of contents is included on this website. Law never stands still. To keep the book current, the authors will maintain a cumulative update for the third edition on this website, beginning in January 2014.

California Science

by Harcourt

Sometimes scientists need to observe objects closely. Certain tools can help them observe details they might not be able to see with just their eyes. A hand lens makes things look larger than they are. It magnifies them. Hold the lens a few centimeters in front of your eye. Then move the object closer to the lens until you can see it clearly. Never let the lens touch your eye. Never use it to look at the sun!

California Science

by Harcourt School Publishers

Science textbook for California students.

California Science

by Harcourt School Publishers

This edition, a definitive guide for students, contains topics which include Earth's Changing Crust, Weathering and Erosion, Movement of Head, Energy Transfer and Weather and Ecosystems, etc.

California Science

by Harcourt School Publishers

Science textbook for California students.

California Science 2nd Grade

by Jay K. Hackett Richard H. Moyer Joanne Vasquez Mulugheta Teferi

This book covers life, earth and physical science broadly.

California Science Explorer: Focus on Earth Science

by Steve Miller Joseph D. Exline Barbara Brooks Simons Linda Cronin Jones Carole Garbuny Vogel Carbuny Vogel Fred Holtzclaw Thomas R. Wellnitz

The state of California has established guidelines, or standards, describing science knowledge and skills for which students in grades six through eight are responsible.

California Science (Grade 3)

by Jay K. Hackett

The California Science Grade 3 covers Life Science, Earth Science and Physical Science.

California Science Interactive Text

by Macmillan Mcgraw-Hill

NIMAC-sourced textbook

California Science Interactive Text 5th Grade

by Macmillan Mcgraw-Hill

The California Science interactive text contains eight chapters and the topics include Structure of Living Things, Plant Structure and Functions, Human Body Systems, Earth's Water, Earth's Weather, The Solar System, Types of Matter and Changes in Matter.

California Science Interactive Text (Grade 6)

by Houghton Mifflin

A book for students to learn about Earth's structure, mountains, earthquakes, volcanoes etc.

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