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Pacemaker Basic Mathematics (3rd Edition)

by Globe Fearon

The purpose of this book is to help you develop the math skills you need to succeed in today's world. You will learn about whole numbers and how to add, subtract, multiply, and divide them. You will also learn about fractions, decimals, percents, different systems of measurement, and other basics of mathematics.

Pacemaker Biology

by Globe Fearon

Biology is the study of living things and the principles that determine how living things function.

Pacemaker Biology: Classroom Resource Edition (3rd Edition)

by Fearon

Contains a wealth of material that integrates and supports the study of the chapters and lessons in Pacemaker® Biology Student Edition as it aims in building the necessary science skills of the students

Pacemaker Biology: Workbook

by Pearson Education

This comprehensive full-year program introduces students to the basic concepts and principles of biology and builds the fundamental science skills students of all ability levels need to succeed. Pacemaker Biology integrates technology, everyday applications, careers, and modern leaders into biology. Lexile Level 760 Reading Level 3-4 Interest Level 6-12

Pacemaker Geometry: Workbook

by Pearson Learning Group

Workbook that helps the students review knowledge gained and practice their skills in geometry

Pacemaker Health (3rd edition)

by Pearson Learning Group

This health guide discusses topics on The Human Body, Personal Health and Wellness, Mental Health, The Use and Misuse of Drugs, Family Living and Sexuality and Health and Society.

Pacemaker Skills for Independent Living

by Globe Fearon

This book will help to make your journey to living independently a success. Your journey will be comfortable and interesting. You will build new skills based on what you already know. You will make connections between the skills that are taught in this book and the real world.

Pacemaker World History (4th edition)

by Pearson Education

World History is the study of important people, places, and events of the world.

Pacific Beat

by T. Jefferson Parker

John Weir, and his brother-in-law Raymond, battle corrupt police, development-at-all-cost advocates, and a known sex offender when they try to find the murderer of John's beloved sister.

The Pacific Conspiracy (Hardy Boys Casefiles #78, Ring of Evil #3)

by Franklin W. Dixon

From the back of the book: Beast of the East! From Atlanta to Alaska to the exotic shores of Indonesia, Frank and Joe Hardy have penetrated the inner sanctum of a worldwide terrorist network: the Assassins. Now drawn into the enemy's lair, the Hardy's face their greatest challenge and greatest risk-to uncover the true purpose and power of the violent criminal conspiracy. Trapped deep in the Indonesian jungle, their covers blown, the boys can't afford to turn back. They confront a force so potent, an intelligence so evil, there's no time to seek reinforcements. Braving the heights of terror, Frank and Joe alone will have to defuse an explosive scheme that could erupt into a catastrophe of global proportions! ============== From inside the book: LAND OF THE LOST Frank stared down from the wall at the yard below. It was almost empty, except for a stone sculpture of a small dinosaur at one end, away from the building. Before Frank could say anything, Joe jumped off the wall, somersaulting as he landed and rolling to his feet. Frank shrugged and jumped too, landing the same way his brother had. "Now let's see if we can find a way in," Frank said. "Maybe around back-" "Frank." Joe's arm shot out across his brother's chest, stopping Frank dead in his tracks. He pointed across the yard. "I don't think that's a statue." The statue was moving toward them. "It's alive," Frank said, not believing his own words. He watched the creature as it came closer to them. It had to be at least eight feet long and weigh several hundred pounds. "That's no dinosaur . . . it's a Komodo dragon ... a man-eater!"

Pacific Creed

by Don Pendleton

SAMOAN THUNDER Hawaiian Nativists launch a campaign of terror throughout the islands in what appears to be a white slavery ring. With female tourists disappearing and the bodies of U.S. servicemen lining up, Mack Bolan goes in to stop the violence. But Bolan soon learns the attacks are only part of a bigger threat-and a countdown to the final strike has already begun. Handicapped by witnesses too afraid to talk, Bolan teams up with a Hawaiian to infiltrate the splinter group...or be killed in the attempt. To win their trust, Bolan will need every tactic in his arsenal. But surviving their trial by fire won't be easy. The terrorists are trained warriors and they've already marked Bolan for death. Judgment day is coming and the Executioner is prepared to fight until the bitter end.

Pacific Fresh

by Maryana Mollstedt

With its practical emphasis on simple, delicious fare; fresh, healthful ingredients; and nearly 200 recipes with a West Coast flair, Pacific Fresh: Great Recipes from the West Coast is sure to become a favorite of home cooks. From such savory starters as Roasted Red Pepper Crostini to seafood classics, like Dungeness Crab Cakes, or tempting desserts, such as Baked Pears in Wine with Chocolate Sauce, Pacific Fresh offers a full range of flavorful, easy-to-make dishes for every course, every meal, every taste in one accessible book.

Pacific Glory: A Novel

by P. T. Deutermann

Marsh Vincent, Mick McCarty, and Tommy Lewis were inseparable friends during their naval academy years, each man in love with the beautiful, unattainable Glory Hawthorne. Only Tommy wins her heart and marries Glory after graduation. Different skills set the three men on separate paths in the Navy, but they are all forever changed by the Pearl Harbor attack on December 7,1941. Glory, now Tommy's widow, is a tough Navy nurse still grieving her loss while trying to save lives at the Pearl Harbor naval hospital. Marsh, a surface ship officer, finds himself in the thick of terrifying sea combat from Guadalcanal, through the turning point at Midway, to a climactic showdown with the Japanese fleet at Leyte Gulf. Mick, a hotshot fighter pilot with a drinking problem and a chip on his shoulder, seeks redemption after a series of failures leaves him grounded and ashamed. Filled with wide-screen action, romance, and heroism tinged with the brutal reality of war, Pacific Glory is an old-fashioned military adventure of the first order.

Pacific Heat

by Anne Mather

Olivia had mixed feelings about going to stay in Los Angeles to write up film star Diane Haran's rags to riches life story. This was the woman, after all, who had seduced Olivia's husband away from her. What if she turned the tables by making a play for Diane's latest lover? She knew she hadn't the other woman's glossy, superficial beauty, but Joe Castellano certainly seemed attracted enough to Olivia! The only problem was, the more she got close to Joe, the more she wanted him totally for herself. . .

Pacific Heat

by Anne Mather

Olivia had mixed feelings about going to stay in Los Angeles to write up film star Diane Haran's rags to riches life story. This was the woman, after all, who had seduced Olivia's husband away from her.<P> What if she turned the tables by making a play for Diane's latest lover? She knew she hadn't the other woman's glossy, superficial beauty, but Joe Castellano certainly seemed attracted enough to Olivia! The only problem was, the more she got close to Joe, the more she wanted him totally for herself...

The Pacific Northwest: Past, Present, and Future (4th edition)

by Dale A. Lambert

The Pacific Northwest is one of the most scenic areas in the United States. The region consists of the three states of Idaho, Oregon, and Washington. Today, over ten million people call the Pacific Northwest home. The region is physically diverse. It has a long, irregular coastline; numerous hills and rugged mountain ranges; a large lava plateau; and hundreds of fresh water bodies. Level land is a rare sight!

The Pacific Rival: A Japanese View of Japanese-American Relations

by The Staff of the Asahi Shimbun

Series of articles on Japan/U.S. relations that originally appeared in a Japanese newspaper

Pacific Siege (Seal Team Seven #8)

by Keith Douglass

Action! Intrigue! Firepower! When a Japanese general goes ballistic and takes over a Russian island, the SEALs are sent in to restore justice. But between freeing Russian hostages and making sure not to step on the wrong toes, the SEALs find themselves stuck waist-deep in hell--and high water. Book Quality: Excellent

The Pacific States (Regions of the USA)

by Stephen Feinstein

This series looks at the major regions of our country, covering topics such as history, ethnic groups, economic development, life in the cities and rural areas, animals and plants, climate, food, culture, and unique places and events. Titles include maps, diagrams, statistics, and timelines, and end with a "States at a Glance" page that lists details about each state featured in the book. Readers will enjoy the colorful design and plentiful photos as they learn what makes each region special.

The Pacific War

by Daniel Marston

A new paperback edition of one of the bestselling World War II Osprey titles, The Pacific War Companion brings together the perspectives and insights of world-renowned military historians. From the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor through the release of the atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the conflict in the Pacific was marked by amazing tactical innovations, such as those in amphibious warfare, and horrific battles that raged in the unforgiving climate of the island jungles. Each chapter in this book focuses on a different aspect of this conflict, from the planning of operations to the experiences of the men who were there.

The Pacific War, 1931-1945: A Critical Perspective on Japan's Role in World War II

by Frank Baldwin Saburo Ienaga

A portrayal of how and why Japan waged war from 1931-1945 and what life was like for the Japanese people in a society engaged in total war.

Pacific Worlds: A History of Seas, Peoples, and Cultures

by Matt K. Matsuda

Asia, the Pacific Islands and the coasts of the Americas have long been studied separately. This essential single-volume history of the Pacific traces the global interactions and remarkable peoples that have connected these regions with each other and with Europe and the Indian Ocean, for millennia. From ancient canoe navigators, monumental civilisations, pirates and seaborne empires, to the rise of nuclear testing and global warming, Matt Matsuda ranges across the frontiers of colonial history, anthropology and Pacific Rim economics and politics, piecing together a history of the region. The book identifies and draws together the defining threads and extraordinary personal narratives which have contributed to this history, showing how localised contacts and contests have often blossomed into global struggles over colonialism, tourism and the rise of Asian economies. Drawing on Asian, Oceanian, European, American, ancient and modern narratives, the author assembles a fascinating Pacific region from a truly global perspective.

Pacifism as Pathology: Reflections on the Role of Armed Struggle in North America

by Ward Churchill

"This extraordinarily important book cuts to the heart of one of the central reasons movements to bring about social and environmental justice always fail. The fundamental question here is: is violence ever an acceptable tool to help bring about social change? This is probably the most important question of our time, yet so often discussions around it fall into clichés and magical thinking: that somehow if we are merely good and nice enough people, the state will stop using its violence to exploit us all. Would that this were true." --Derrick Jensen, author of Endgame, from the introduction. Pacifism, the ideology of nonviolent political resistance, has been the norm among mainstream North American progressive groups for decades. But to what end? Ward Churchill challenges the pacifist movement's heralded victories--Gandhi in India, 1960s antiwar activists, even Martin Luther King's civil rights movement--suggesting that their success was in spite of, rather than because of, their nonviolent tactics. Pacifism as Pathology was written as a response not only to Churchill's frustration with his own activist experience, but also to a debate raging in the activist and academic communities. He argues that pacifism is in many ways counterrevolutionary; that it defends the status quo, and doesn't lead to social change. In these times of upheaval and global protest, this is a vital and extremely relevant book. Ward Churchill is a prolific writer and lecturer, having authored, co-authored, or edited over twenty books. He is a member of the leadership council of Colorado AIM (American Indian Movement).

Pack 109

by Mike Thaler

From the book: Pack 109 has 5 funny forest scouts. Each time they meet, these bungling but lovable troopers try their best to turn failures into fun and mishaps into merit badges--leaving a trail of laughs along the way for beginning readers. With its humor and high jinks, this book deserves its own merit badge for sure fire easy-reading fun. This book contains picture descriptions. Other books by Mike thaler are available from Bookshare.

The Pack Collection

by Karen Whiddon

Primal and untamed, three shape-shifters risk everything for love. . . including their lives. But can their love survive once their secret is revealed?Passion, suspense, and the paranormal await in The Pack Collection by Karen Whiddon. Includes One Eye Open, One Eye Closed, and Secrets of the Wolf.

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