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Oh! You Pretty Things

by Shanna Mahin

From a PEN Center USA Emerging Voices Fellow comes a charming and disarming tale of Los Angeles that navigates the fringe of celebrity excess from the other side of Sunset Boulevard.Jess Dunne is third-generation Hollywood, but her star on the boulevard has yet to materialize. Sure, she's got a Santa Monica address and a working actress roommate, but with her nowhere barista job in a town that acknowledges zeroes only as a dress size, she's a dead girl walking.Enter Jess's mother--a failed actress who puts the strange in estrangement. She dives headlong into her daughter's downward spiral, forcing Jess to muster all her spite and self-preservation to snag a career upgrade.As a personal assistant for a famous (and secretly agoraphobic) film composer, Jess's workdays are now filled with shopping for luxury goods and cooking in his perfectly designed kitchen. Jess kills at cooking, a talent that only serves her intensifying urge to dig in to Los Angeles's celebrity buffet.When her food garners the attention of an actress on the rise, well, she's all too willing to throw it in with the composer and upgrade again, a decision that will have far-reaching ramifications that could explode all her relationships.All the while, her mother looms ever closer, forcing Jess to confront the traumatic secrets she's been running from all her life. Oh! You Pretty Things is a dizzying ride at the carnival of fame, a fast-paced and sharply funny work that dares to imagine what happens when we go over the top in a town of gilded excess.

The Ohio Adventure

by Mary Stockwell

"The Ohio Adventure" is a extbook program for 4th grade Ohio State Studies. The program is based on Ohio's NEW Academic Content Standards for social studies and teaches civics, history, geography, and economics. The student edition places the state's historical events in the larger context of our nation's history.

The Ohio Adventure, Revised Edition

by Mary Stockwell

The Ohio Adventure is a 4th grade Ohio history textbook. The outline for this book is based on the Ohio Social Studies Academic Content Standards and teaches history, people in societies, geography, economics, government, citizenship rights and responsibilities, and social studies skills and methods. The book places the state's historical events in the context of our nation's history.

Ohio Adventure (The Revised Edition)

by Mary Stockwell

The Ohio Adventure is a 4th grade Ohio history textbook. The outline for this book is based on the Ohio Social Studies Academic Content Standards and teaches history, people in societies, geography, economics, government, citizenship rights and responsibilities, and social studies skills and methods. The book places the state's historical events in the context of our nation's history.

Ohio Experience: 4th Grade Student Workbook

by Carole Marsh

INCLUDES: HISTORY--Chronology, Settlement, and Growth Timelines and their significance in Ohio history--years, decades, centuries Earliest settlements including prehistoric peoples Territory to statehood progression--Northwest Ordinance Inventors--Wright Brothers, Charles Kettering, Garrett Morgan PEOPLE IN SOCIETIES--Cultures and Interaction Cultural practices and products of Ohio settlers--The Paleo Indians, Archaic Indians, Woodland Indians (Adena and Hopewell) and Late Prehistoric Indians (Fort Ancient), Historic Indians of Ohio (Ottawa, Wyandot, Mingo, Miami, Shawnee and Delaware), European immigrants, Amish and Appalachian populations, African-Americans, recent immigrants from Africa, Asia and Latin America Expansion of European settlements on American Indians in Ohio GEOGRAPHY--Location, Places/Regions, Human Environmental Interaction and Movement Location of major physical and human features of Ohio--Lake Erie, rivers, plains, bordering states, the capital city and The Appalachian Plateau on maps Landforms, climates, population, vegetation and economic characteristics of Ohio How environmental processes (glaciation and weathering) and characteristics (landforms, bodies of water, climate, vegetation) influence human settlement Elevation, natural resource and road maps Patterns of settlement, economic activity and movement ECONOMICS--Scarcity/Resource Allocation, Production, Distribution and Consumption, and Markets Resources for goods/services and opportunity costs for resources Entrepreneurs--resources, profits and risk taking Ways people obtain and use income Specialization, trade and goods and services GOVERNMENT--Role of Government; Rules and Laws Branch responsibilities--legislative, executive, and judicial Ohio constitution Democratic constitution--government framework, the power of government and authority of elected officials CITIZENSHIP RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES--Participation and Rights and Responsibilities Citizens' common good and influence on government--voting, communicating with officials, participating in civic and service organizations and performing voluntary service Personal responsibilities and civic responsibilities Importance of leadership and public service Desirable qualities and characteristics of leaders SOCIAL STUDIES SKILLS AND METHODS--Obtaining Information, Thinking and Organizing, Communicating Information, and Problem Solving State issues from print and electronic sources--atlases, encyclopedias, dictionaries, newspapers, multimedia Glossaries & indexes Primary and secondary sources in Ohio history Main ideas, supporting details Fact or opinion Pictographs, bar graphs, line graphs and tables Written report with sources Problem-solving/decision-making process--identifying a problem, gathering information, listing and considering options, considering advantages and disadvantages of options, choosing and implementing a solution and developing criteria for judging its effectiveness. . . . AND MORE Download free pages from this book Click on the link below. Ohio 4th Grade Student Workbook

Ohio [Grade 4]

by James A. Banks Kevin P. Colleary Walter C. Parker

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Ohio History (Heinemann State Studies)

by Marcia Schonberg

Why was the Northwest Ordinance important for the Ohio region? What happened at the Battle of Fallen Timbers? How did canals and railroads change Ohio and its importance in the United States? This book contains all kinds of fascinating, historical facts that tell the story of the state of Ohio. You'll find information about the first people of Ohio and the explorers and settlers who came later. You will learn about Ohio's role in the development of the Northwest Territory and its transformation into an industrial powerhouse. Plus, find out which Ohioans shaped the history of the state and nation.

Ohio Native Peoples (Heinemann State Studies)

by Marcia Schonberg

Who were the mound builders? What happened when Europeans arrived in Ohio? Which American Indians live in Ohio today? This book contains all kinds of interesting facts that tell the story of the people who lived in Ohio from 13,000 years ago to the present day. You'll find information about the first native peoples who lived in Ohio, the different Indian tribes that have called Ohio home, and the beliefs and practices that make them unique. You'll also find out which American Indians live in Ohio today.

Ohio Plants and Animals (Heinemann State Studies)

by Marcia Schonberg

Where is Ohio can you find 300-year-old oak trees? Which pesticide has endangered the bald eagle in Ohio? What kinds of animals live in Ohio's cities? This books contains all kinds of fun and fascinating facts about the plants and animals of Ohio and the habitats in which they live. You'll find information about where and how Ohio plants and animals live, and how these living things fit into the ecosystem. Plus, you'll find out what actions are being taken to protect Ohio's natural environment.

Ohio Science: A Closer Look [Grade 5]

by Macmillan Mcgraw-Hill

NIMAC-sourced textbook

The Ohlone Indians

by Catherine Dilts

The Ohlone story begins with the very first Americans. Have you ever wondered who they were and where they came from? In order to find out the origins of these people, we will review some geography to locate North America in relation to the rest of the world.

Oil and the Future of Energy

by Scientific American

Oil and the Future of Energy brings together the most important and accessible science writing on a topic of intense public interest and concern. In addition to oil, writers cover carbon and climate change, hydrogen, nuclear power, conservation, renewable resources, transitional strategies, and visionaries in the field today. With their impeccable reputation for top science reporting, the editors of Scientific American present influential research and thinking from the most important scientists working with these burning global issues today. This one volume is an unparalleled resource for businesspeople, investors, and individuals who care about the planet.

Oil Painting Materials and Their Uses

by William F. Powell

Tips and techniques of how to use oil paints and materials.

The Oilman's Baby Bargain

by Michelle Celmer

Texas Cattleman's Club member Wyatt Brody has to marry. The only hitch? His bride-to-be despises him! He'd seduced Alexis Cavanaugh once. . . on his brother's behalf. So when the powerful Texan's sibling shockingly married someone else, it was up to Wyatt to wed the jilted heiress. After all, he and Alexis had shared a very real night of passion. But Alexis was done being manipulated. She would have a marriage on her terms, or not at all. Except staying away from Wyatt was not an option. She was carrying the oilman's baby. . . and she would not reveal her secret until she had the billionaire exactly where she wanted him.


by Matt Whyman

An unforgettable, slapstick story of what happens when two tiny porkers move in on family life. Paris Hilton carries one around like a Chihuahua, while Posh and Becks own a pair. The mini-pig, for reasons unknown, has become the latest celebrity accessory, but what's it really like to invite little livestock into the living room? Matt Whyman, a successful novelist, enjoys a quiet writer's life in the English countryside ... until his career wife, Emma, discovers the existence of a pig said to fit inside a handbag. She believes not one but two would be a perfect addition to the already diverse Whyman clan, which includes one wolf-like dog, a freaked-out feline, their wild bunch of ex-battery chickens as well as four challenging children. In reality, nobody could anticipate the trials and misadventures two riotous, raucous little piglets could bring. From turning Whyman's office into a literal pigsty, stealing his spot on the family sofa to trashing his neighbour's garden while drunk on fermented apples, Butch and Roxi swiftly establish themselves as "animals of mass distraction."Funny, touching and endlessly entertaining, Oink charts the battle of hearts, snouts and minds between a family man and two mini-pigs. Will Butch and Roxi ever settle down, or could their growing presence put the squeeze on Whyman in ways he never thought possible?

Ojibwe Indians

by Suzanne M. Williams

Turn the pages of this book to learn about Ojibwe Indians. Find out what Ojibwes did during each season of the year. Read about the houses that they made from bark and sticks. Learn about how the Ojibwes make maple syrup. In this book you will see the canoes that Ojibwes built, discover the clothing that Ojibwes wore read about how Ojibwes harvest wild rice.

Okay for Now

by Gary D. Schmidt

As a fourteen-year-old who just moved to a new town, with no friends and a louse for an older brother, Doug Swieteck has all the stats stacked against him. So begins a coming-of-age masterwork full of equal parts comedy and tragedy from Newbery Honor winner Gary D. Schmidt. As Doug struggles to be more than the "skinny thug" that his teachers and the police think him to be, he finds an unlikely ally in Lil Spicer--a fiery young lady who "smelled like daisies would smell if they were growing in a big field under a clearing sky after a rain." In Lil, Doug finds the strength to endure an abusive father, the suspicions of a whole town, and the return of his oldest brother, forever scarred, from Vietnam. Together, they find a safe haven in the local library, inspiration in learning about the plates of John James Audubon's birds, and a hilarious adventure on a Broadway stage. In this stunning novel, Schmidt expertly weaves multiple themes of loss and recovery in a story teeming with distinctive, unusual characters and invaluable lessons about love, creativity, and survival.

Okinawa:The History of an Island People

by Mitsugu Sakihara George H. Kerr

"The first full-lenght monograph on the history of the Ryukyu Islands in any Western language...a standard work."--Pacific AffairsThis book is the definitive work on Okinawan History and an important scholarly work in the field of Japanese studies.Few people can point to Okinawa on a map, yet this tiny island sitting between China and Japan was and continues to be one of the most crucial Asian nerve centers in all U.S. strategic defense. Ninety percent of all U.S. military forces in Japan are located on Okinawa, one of the Ryukyu Islands, and it was through these troops that the martial art of karate was exported to the U.S. In Okinawa: History of an Island People, noted Eastern affairs specialist George Kerr recounts the fascinating history of the island and its environs, from 1314 A.D. to the late twentieth century. The histories of Japan, Okinawa and the entire Pacific region are crucially intertwined so the study of this fascinating chain of islands is crucial to understanding all of East Asia. First published in 1958, this edition features a new introduction and appendix by Okinawa history scholar Mitsugu Sakihara, making this the most comprehensive resource on the small, vital, and intriguing Okinawa

The Oklahoma Adventure

by Billie Joan English Sharon Cooper Calhoun

This is a textbook on the history of Oklahoma.

Oklahoma City

by Andrew Gumbel Roger G. Charles

In the early morning of April 19, 1995, Timothy McVeigh drove into downtown Oklahoma City in a rented Ryder truck containing a deadly fertilizer bomb that he and his army buddy Terry Nichols had made the previous day. He parked in a handicapped-parking zone, hopped out of the truck, and walked away into a series of alleys and streets. Shortly after 9:00 A.M., the bomb obliterated one-third of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building, killing 168 people, including 19 infants and toddlers. McVeigh claimed he'd worked only with Nichols, and at least officially, the government believed him. But McVeigh's was just one version of events. And much of it was wrong. In Oklahoma City, veteran investigative journalists Andrew Gumbel and Roger G. Charles puncture the myth about what happened on that day--one that has persisted in the minds of the American public for nearly two decades. Working with unprecedented access to government documents, a voluminous correspondence with Terry Nichols, and more than 150 interviews with those immediately involved, Gumbel and Charles demonstrate how much was missed beyond the guilt of the two principal defendants: in particular, the dysfunction within the country's law enforcement agencies, which squandered opportunities to penetrate the radical right and prevent the bombing, and the unanswered question of who inspired the plot and who else might have been involved. To this day, the FBI heralds the Oklahoma City investigation as one of its great triumphs. In reality, though, its handling of the bombing foreshadowed many of the problems that made the country vulnerable to attack again on 9/11. Law enforcement agencies could not see past their own rivalries and underestimated the seriousness of the deadly rhetoric coming from the radical far right. In Oklahoma City, Gumbel and Charles give the fullest, most honest account to date of both the plot and the investigation, drawing a vivid portrait of the unfailingly compelling--driven, eccentric, fractious, funny, and wildly paranoid--characters involved.

The Oklahoma City Bombing And The Politics Of Terror

by David Hoffman Charles Key

An in-depth analysis of the bombing of the Murrah Federal Building in April 1995 in which 169 people died. Reveals government malfeasance, possible cover-ups and much of the content was used in a Grand Jury investigation into the bombing. The most important publication on the worst terrorist act in american history.

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