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Houghton Mifflin Reading Practice Book [Grade 6, Volume 1, Themes 1-3]

by Houghton Mifflin

The book contains a lot of Reading-Writing resources on three themes viz., Courage; What Really Happened?; and Growing up.

Houghton Mifflin Reading Practice Book [Grade 6, Volume 2]

by Houghton Mifflin

Houghton Mifflin Reading Rewards Level 3.1

by Houghton Mifflin

The book contains: Theme 1: Off to Adventure!- Focus on Poetry; Theme 2: Celebrating Traditions-Focus on Trickster Tales; and Theme 3: Incredible Stories.

Houghton Mifflin Science (Grade #3)

by Douglas Carnine Catherine Valentino William Badders Bobby Jeanpierre James Feliciani Carolyn Sumners

Topics broadly covered in this book are: living things, earth, matter, energy and change.

Houghton Mifflin Science Discover Works (Grade 4, Texas edition)

by William Badders Donald Peck Lowell J. Bethel Victoria Fu

To think like a scientist, learn as much as you can by observing things around you. Everything you hear, smell, taste, touch, and see is a clue about how the world works. As you test your ideas, you'll continue to make careful observations.

Houghton Mifflin Social Studies: Western Hemisphere And Europe (Houghton Mifflin Social Studies)

by Houghton Mifflin Company Staff

<P>HOUGHTON MIFFLIN <P>SOCIAL STUDIES <P>WESTERN HEMISPHERE & EUROPE <P>GEOGRAPHY AND CULTURE

Houghton Mifflin Social Studies: New York Studies

by Herman J. Viola

Social studies textbook about New York.

Houghton Mifflin Social Studies: Neighborhoods, Assessment Options

by Houghton Mifflin Company

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Houghton Mifflin Social Studies: My World, Assessment Options

by Houghton Mifflin Company

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Houghton Mifflin Social Studies: The United States, Canada, and Latin America (New York City Edition)

by Herman J. Viola Sarah Witham Bednarz Mark C. Schug Charles S. White Cheryl Jennings Carlos E. Cortés

The United States, Canada, and Latin America, inter alia, contains Interactive lesson summaries of Geography, Early Civilizations in the Americas, European Exploration, Creating a New Nation, A Time of Change, Growth and Expansion, Geography and Early People, Spanish and Portuguese Colonies, Modern Latin America, Geography and First Peoples, Colonial Canada, Modern Canada, Government in the Americas, and The Western Hemisphere Today.

Houghton Mifflin Social Studies: World Cultures and Geography, Practice Book

by Houghton Mifflin

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Houghton Mifflin Social Studies: United States History, Early Years (5th Grade Louisiana Edition)

by Herman J. Viola Sarah Witham Bednarz Carlos E. Cortés [et al.]

Houghton Mifflin Social Studies Early Years, covers the early peoples history, their lives, culture, their activities and the events that took place.

Houghton Mifflin Social Studies (Tennessee Edition)

by Herman J. Viola Sarah Witham Bednarz Mark C. Schug Charles S. White Cheryl Jennings Carlos E. Cortés

To learn everything about Tennessee you have to read this book. You will find details about its people, regions, cultures, geography, government and history.

Houghton Mifflin Spelling and Vocabulary: Words for Readers and Writers [Grade 5]

by Shane Templeton Donald R. Bear Brenda Sabey

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Hounacier (Valducan #Book Two)

by Seth Skorkowsky

Eleven years ago, atheist MALCOLM ROMERO met a god. Now he's a demon-hunting voodoo priest armed with a holy machete named Hounacier. After the murder of his mentor, he returns to New Orleans to catch the killer. But more is at stake when Malcolm finds himself betrayed, and his holy blade stolen. Now Malcolm's only hope to save his soul and to recover HOUNACIER, is the Valducan knight sent to kill him, MATT HOLLIS, wielder of the holy revolver DÄMOREN.

The Hound

by H. P. Lovecraft

H. P. Lovecraft was one of the greatest horror writers of all time. His seminal work appeared in the pages of legendary Weird Tales and has influenced countless writer of the macabre. This is one of those stories.

Hound-Dog Man

by Fred Gipson

12-year-old Cotton is disappointed when he doesn't get a dog for Christmas. Then he bonds with a young hound while on a hunting trip with his friend and an unusual man named Blackie.

Hound Dog True

by Linda Urban

A story about small acts of courage from the author of A Crooked Kind of Perfect. Do not let a mop sit overnight in water. Fix things before they get too big for fixing. Custodial wisdom: Mattie Breen writes it all down. She has just one week to convince Uncle Potluck to take her on as his custodial apprentice at Mitchell P. Anderson Elementary School. One week until school starts and she has to be the new girl again. But if she can be Uncle Potluck's apprentice, she'll have important work to do during lunch and recess. Work that will keep her safely away from the other fifth graders. But when her custodial wisdom goes all wrong, Mattie's plan comes crashing down. And only then does she begin to see how one small, brave act can lead to a friend who is hound dog true.

The Hound in the Left-hand Corner

by Giles Waterfield

In this brilliantly witty satire -- a bestseller in the UK -- a prestigious British museum launches an ambitious new exhibit...which quickly becomes a seasonal nightmare. Think that a day in the life of a London museum director is cold, quiet, and austere? Think again. Giles Waterfield brings a combination of intellectual comedy and knockabout farce to the subject in this story of one long day in a museum full of scandals, screw-upsŠand more than a few scalawags. At the beginning of The Hound in the Left-hand Corner, Auberon, the brilliant but troubled director of the Museum of British History, is preparing one midsummer's day for the opening of the most spectacular exhibition his museum has ever staged. The centerpiece is a painting of the intriguing Lady St. John strikingly attired as Puck, which hasn't been shown in London in a hundred years. As the day passes, the portrait arouses disquieting questions, jealousies, rivalries -- and more than a few strange affections -- in the minds of the museum staff. As guests and employees pour in, the tension rises -- and Auberon himself has the hilariously ridiculous task of keeping the peace, without losing his own sense of reality as well. For everyone who loves the farce of David Lodge and Michael Frayn, or even the Antiques Roadshow, the fast-paced, hilarious satire of The Hound in the Left-hand Corner is sure to delight and entertain.

The Hound of Death

by Agatha Christie

A classic from the queen of mystery: Agatha Christie.

The Hound of Justice: A Novel (The Janet Watson Chronicles)

by Claire O'Dell

Dr. Janet Watson and covert agent Sara Holmes, introduced in the acclaimed A Study in Hour, continue their dangerous investigation into the new American Civil War with the help of fresh allies, advanced technology, and brilliant deduction in this superb reimagining of Sherlock Holmes. It's been two months since Dr. Janet Watson accepted an offer from Georgetown University Hospital. The training for her new high-tech arm is taking longer than expected, however, leaving her in limbo. Meanwhile, her brilliant friend and compatriot, Sara Holmes, has been placed on leave--punishment for going rogue during their previous adventure. After an extremist faction called the Brotherhood of Redemption launched a failed assassination attempt on the president that caused mass destruction, Holmes, who is now operating in the shadows, takes on the task of investigating the Brotherhood. Holmes is making progress when she abruptly disappears. When Watson receives a mysterious message from Holmes's cousin Micha that indicates that Sara Holmes’ disappearance might be connected to the Brotherhood and to Adler Industries, Watson and Micha go on a high-stakes mission to reunite with Holmes once more.Together, Watson, Holmes and Micha embark on a thrilling, action-packed journey through the deep South to clear Holmes’s name, thwart the Brotherhood's next move, and most important, bring their nemesis to justice for the atrocities she's committed in the New Civil War.

The Hound of the Baskervilles

by Arthur Conan Doyle

Terror stalks the Devonshire moors as a long-forgotten horror reawakens to haunt the last remaining heir of Baskerville Manor. Widely considered to be Conan Doyle's finest work, The Hound of the Baskervilles features the famous detective Sherlock Holmes and his faithful colleague Dr. Watson as they grapple with a mysterious power from the unseen world. This modern edition by Finisterra Books features original illustrations by Sidney Paget as first published in The Strand Magazine.

The Hound of the Baskervilles

by Arthur Conan Doyle

When Sir Charles Baskerville is found suspiciously dead, his friend, Dr. James Mortimer asks Sherlock Holmes to look into the death. While the cause of death is determined to be a heart attack, Mortimer suspects foul play and fears that Sir Charles’s nephew and sole heir, Sir Henry Baskerville, may be in danger next. At the center of the investigation is the curse of the Baskervilles, which dates back to the time of the English Civil War. Supposedly the family’s ancestor, Hugo Baskerville, sold his soul to the devil, and the family has been haunted by a large spectral hound ever since. Because Sir Charles was found with a look of horror on his face when he died, appeared to be running away from something, and large paw prints had been found near his body, there is reason to believe that the “Hound” may have returned. The details of the case spark the interest of Sherlock and he agrees to take up the case. “The Hound of the Baskervilles,” is the third of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes novels and is widely regarded as one of his best.

The Hound of the Baskervilles

by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

At Baskerville Hall on the grim moors of Devonshire, a legendary curse has apparently claimed one more victim. Sir Charles Baskerville has been found dead. There are no signs of violence, but his face is hideously distorted with terror. Years earlier, a hound-like beast with blazing eyes and dripping jaws was reported to have torn out the throat of Hugo Baskerville. Has the spectral destroyer struck again? More important, is Sir Henry Baskerville, younger heir to the estate, now in danger?Enter Sherlock Holmes, summoned to protect Sir Henry from the fate that has threatened the Baskerville family. As Holmes and Watson begin to investigate, a blood-chilling howl from the fog-shrouded edges of the great Grimpen Mire signals that the legendary hound of the Baskervilles is poised for yet another murderous attack.The Hound of the Baskerville first appeared as a serial in The Strand Magazine in 1901. By the time of its publication in book form eight months later, this brilliantly plotted, richly atmospheric detective story had already achieved the status of a classic. It has often been called he best detective story ever written. It remains a thrilling tale of suspense, must reading for every lover of detective fiction.

The Hound of the Baskervilles

by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

Sir Charles Baskerville is found dead on the wild Dartmouth Moors with the footprints of a giant hound nearby and the murder is blamed on a family curse. It is left to Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson to solve the mystery of the legend of the supernatural and gruesome hound before Sir Charles's heir comes to similarly painful end.

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