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Connected Mathematics: Accentuate the Negative, Integers

by Glenda Lappan James T. Fey William M. Fitzgerald Susan N. Friel Elizabeth Difanis Phillips

In Accentuate the Negative one will develop understanding of and algorithms for operations with integers.

Connected: The Surprising Power of Our Social Networks and How They Shape Our Lives

by Nicholas A. Chistakis

Your colleague's husband's sister can make you fat, even if you don't know her. A happy neighbor has more impact on your happiness than a happy spouse. These startling revelations of how much we truly influence one another are revealed in the studies of Drs. Christakis and Fowler, which have repeatedly made front-page news nationwide. In CONNECTED, the authors explain why emotions are contagious, how health behaviors spread, why the rich get richer, even how we find and choose our partners. Intriguing and entertaining, CONNECTED overturns the notion of the individual and provides a revolutionary paradigm-that social networks influence our ideas, emotions, health, relationships, behavior, politics, and much more. It will change the way we think about every aspect of our lives.

The Connecticut Colony

by Muriel L. Dubois

This text provides an introduction to the history, government, economy, resources, and people of the Connecticut Colony.

A Connecticut Yankee in Criminal Court

by Peter J. Heck

This is the second book in a series featuring Samuel Clemmens or Mark Twain, if you prefer, as the chief protagonist. Peter Heck began the series with Death on the Mississippi and here takes us to New Orleans where the scion of one of the great families is found poisoned. His cook is arrested and it is up to Clemens to prove him innocent before he is tried and convicted of a crime he did not commit.

A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court

by Mark Twain

Mark Twain's classic satirical tale of time travel and Arthurian legend Hank Morgan is a supervisor at a firearms factory in Hartford, Connecticut. Following a violent argument with a man named Hercules, Hank is surprised to find himself under an oak tree, staring up at a man on horseback in full armor. The year is 528, and Hank has somehow landed in King Arthur's Court in Camelot. Worse still, Hank is ridiculed by the boorish knights, brought in front of the Round Table, and sentenced to burn at the stake. Will Hank die at the hands of the Knights of the Round Table, or can his Yankee ingenuity save his hide? Mark Twain's seminal satire sends up the South's ridiculous preoccupation with chivalry, the Catholic Church, fear of science and progress, and dozens of other behaviors and beliefs. Credited as a foundational work of the time travel subgenre of science fiction, A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court is also a timeless comic classic. This ebook has been professionally proofread to ensure accuracy and readability on all devices.

Connecticut's Indigenous Peoples

by Lucianne Lavin Rosemary Volpe Paul Grant-Costa

More than 10,000 years ago, people settled on lands that now lie within the boundaries of the state of Connecticut. Leaving no written records and scarce archaeological remains, these peoples and their communities have remained unknown to all but a few archaeologists and other scholars. This pioneering book is the first to provide a full account of Connecticut's indigenous peoples, from the long-ago days of their arrival to the present day. Lucianne Lavin draws on exciting new archaeological and ethnographic discoveries, interviews with Native Americans, rare documents including periodicals, archaeological reports, master's theses and doctoral dissertations, conference papers, newspapers, and government records, as well as her own ongoing archaeological and documentary research. She creates a fascinating and remarkably detailed portrait of indigenous peoples in deep historic times before European contact and of their changing lives during the past 400 years of colonial and state history. She also includes a short study of Native Americans in Connecticut in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. This book brings to light the richness and diversity of Connecticut's indigenous histories, corrects misinformation about the vanishing Connecticut Indian, and reveals the significant roles and contributions of Native Americans to modern-day Connecticut.

Connecting (Lily Dale #3)

by Wendy Corsi Staub

Now that Calla has finally accepted her ability to communicate with the dead, ominous supernatural signs seem to imply that her mother's death was not an accident, and Calla sets out to uncover the truth.

Connecting Rooms

by Jayne Ann Krentz

Available for the first time as a standalone eBook novella, #1 New York Times bestselling author Jayne Ann Krentz's Connecting Rooms.Amy Comfort is a real estate agent on Misplaced Island, a quaint, remote town located off the coast of Washington. When she sells an old Victorian manse to the sultry, sexy Owen Sweet, a private investigator relocating from Seattle, sparks fly from the get-go, though both Amy and Owen decidedly ignore their natural chemistry. Until, that is, Amy enlists Owen's help in looking into her aunt Bernice's fiance Arthur Crabshaw, who Amy suspects is not what he seems. To keep their cover intact, Amy and Owen pretend to be a lovestruck, newly engaged couple, as they travel to Villantry, Washington, to investigate Arthur. When the mystery surrounding Arthur begins to spin out of control, Amy and Owen must trust in each other to stay alive. But, when the lines between their make-believe courtship and reality begin to blur, will the faux-couple end up with something aside from what they had set out to find? From a bestselling anthology comes the story of two people looking for answers, who happen upon something they never knew was missing...each other.

Connecting To Algebra

by Glenda Lappan James T. Fey William M. Fitzgerald

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Connecting with Computing Science

by Greg Anderson David Ferro Robert Hilton

Written for the beginning computing student, this text engages readers by relating core computer science topics to their industry application. The book is written in a comfortable, informal manner, and light humor is used throughout the text to maintain interest and enhance learning. All chapters contain a multitude of exercises, quizzes, and other opportunities for skill application.

Connections

by James Burke

How did the popularity of underwear in the twelfth century lead to the invention of the printing press? How did the waterwheel evolve into the computer? How did the arrival of the cannon lead eventually to the development of movies? In this highly acclaimed and bestselling book, James Burke brilliantly examines the ideas, inventions, and coincidences that have culminated in the major technological advances of today. With dazzling insight, he untangles the pattern of interconnecting events: the accidents of time, circumstance, and place that gave rise to the major inventions of the world. Says Burke, "My purpose is to acquaint the reader with some of the forces that have caused change in the past, looking in particular at eight innovations -- the computer, the production line, telecommunications, the airplane, the atomic bomb, plastics, the guided rocket, and television -- which may be most influential in structuring our own futures....Each one of these is part of a family of similar devices, and is the result of a sequence of closely connected events extending from the ancient world until the present day. Each has enormous potential for humankind's benefit -- or destruction." Based on a popular TV documentary series, Connections is a fascinating scientific detective story of the inventions that changed history -- and the surprising links that connect them.

Connections Reading Program: Adventuring Grade 3

by Macmillan Staff

Macmillan Connections Reading Program textbook

Connections with the Land

by Wright Group/McGraw-Hill

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Connections: A World History

by Edward H. Judge John W. Langdon

Connections: A World History focuses on the connections within and between societies, combining a uniquely comprehensive and consistent map program with a strong pedagogical support and a narrative that students will actually read. Written by historians with years of experience teaching world history,Connections presents both a global and regional perspective, so students can appreciate both the diversity and connectedness of human societies. Concise chapters and a clear engaging narrative make the text accessible to a wide range of students. In addition, because students struggle with geography, the book includes significantly more maps than other texts-in most cases twice as many-and great care was taken to make them consistent and exceptionally clear. In each caption, the authors have provided guidance for reading the map and for connecting it to the surrounding text. To further help students succeed, marginal notes highlight major connections for easy review, and pronunciation guides appear after difficult names. Lastly, compelling vignettes introduce the themes of each chapter, concise excerpts from relevant primary sources allow students to hear the voices of the past, and an extensive chapter review section is designed to help students test themselves and succeed in this difficult course.

Conquering Diabetes: A Cutting Edge, Comprehensive Program for Prevention and Treatment

by Anne L. Peters

Are you older than forty-five? Overweight, especially around the middle? Do you exercise less than you know you should? Does pre-diabetes-- or diabetes-- run in your family? If you answered yes to one or more of these questions, you could be at risk for developing diabetes, a chronic and potentially life-threatening illness that is striking Americans in epidemic proportions. A combined 60 million people have diabetes or are at risk for developing it; its complications-- including heart disease, stroke, blindness, amputation, and kidney failure-- can be devastating, but they are not inevitable. With the proper program and treatment, in most cases, diabetes can be prevented-- even if you have already been diagnosed with pre-diabetes. and its complications reduced or eliminated entirely.

Conquering Eating Disorders

by Ph.D. Sue Cooper R.D. Peggy Norton

One out of every one hundred young women is anorexic. Four out of every one hundred are bulimic. Overall, research suggests that eight million Americans-men and women-have an eating disorder. Yet in the face of these startling statistics, parents do not have a clear understanding of how to help their child overcome an eating disorder.In Conquering Eating Disorders, Susan Cooper, a licensed psychologist and group psychotherapist, and Peggy Norton, a dietician with thirty years of experience, bridge the gap between the statistics and the real-life issues to help teens and parents gain the communication skills necessary to support the healing process. Parents need to know that only in Conquering Eating Disorders will you hear directly from teens struggling with eating disorders and get expert advice on how to interpret and respond to what your teen is saying-even when they're not talking.

Conquering Fear: Living Boldly in an Uncertain World

by Harold S. Kushner

From the bestselling author of "When Bad Things Happen to Good People" comes an illuminating look at fear--and specific steps one can do to overcome it.

Conquering King's Heart

by Maureen Child

For three years she'd haunted his dreams. And the memory of that heated anonymous night sent tycoon Jesse King back to Morgan Beach, California, determined to find her. He would have his mystery woman once more--a King never lost. Bella Cruz was far from happy to see Jesse again. The millionaire had swept her off her feet, then left, and now he didn't even recognize her! And since he was her new landlord, she couldn't avoid him. Heaven help her if he discovered her identity, for she'd never be able to deny the power of King's seduction. . . .

Conquering Knight, Captive Lady

by Anne O'Brien

Green eyes sparkling with fire, there is no way Lady Rosamund de Longspey has escaped an arranged marriage only to be conquered by a rogue! Gray eyes as hard and flinty as his heart has become, Lord Gervase Fitz Osbern, weary of war and wanton women, will fight for what rightly belongs to him.But Rose is not going to be ousted, and Gervase, a warrior to his fingertips, is not going to meekly withdraw. Instead he'll claim his castle--and just maybe a bride!

Conquering the American Wilderness: The Triumph of European Warfare in Colonial New England

by Guy Chet

While not ignoring the sea of blood that washed the interactions between English colonists and Native Americans, Chet (history, University of North Texas) does not dwell on it. He finds that historians have over-emphasized a distinctly American style of warfare, and argues that in fact it was mostly a development of European approaches.

Conquering Your Migraine: The Essential Guide to Understanding and Treating Migraines for All Sufferers and Their Families

by Seymour Diamond Mary Franklin

The up-to-the-minute guide to understanding and treating migraines for all migraine sufferers and their families Across America, twenty-eight million people suffer from migraines, costing the nation millions of dollars in lost work and school days, medication, and countless visits to doctors and hospitals. At the world-renowned Diamond Headache Clinic in Chicago, Dr. Seymour Diamond has spent more than thirty years helping thousands of headache sufferers conquer their debilitating pain. At last, the resources of that institution are available in a book. Dr. Diamond's Conquering Your Migraine is a comprehensive guide to the identification and treatment of all types of migraine, including pediatric headache, hormonal migraine, and coexisting migraine and tension-type headache. This book includes: The most up-to-date research on the cause of migraine, including if and how it will affect treatment How to identify the danger signs of migraine Identifying and treating migraine when it is linked to depression Why more than 70 percent of migraine sufferers are women and what their particular circumstances mean for treatment How the miracle drugs of the twenty-first century can stop your migraine attack The latest in non-drug and self-help treatments, including relaxation therapy, biofeedback, and preventative therapies If you or someone close to you suffers from migraine, Dr. Diamond's Your Migraine is the lifeline you need to help free you from pain.

The Conqueror

by Kris Kennedy

England, 1152. Henry II is king. The country is wracked by bloody civil war. Griffyn Sauvage is a valiant knight with a strict moral code of honor. But when his familys estate and vast treasures are seized, he becomes hardened by the betrayal. Now he will go to any lengths for vengeance--even if it means forming a union with his most despised enemy by marrying his daughter, Lady Guinevere de lAmi. Then, Griffyn lays eyes on Gwyn and is completely disarmed. . . As war strikes, Gwyn is left alone to fight her enemies who want control of her ancestral lands. When Griffyn comes to her rescue, she is grateful that the mysterious, brave knight has risked his life to protect hers. With each passing day, she finds herself drawn to him even as she senses hes hiding a dark secret from her. And when another dangerous adversary closes in on both of them, Griffyn and Gwyns trust in each other will be put to the ultimate test. . . Wife, mom, psychotherapist and romance author, Kris Kennedy loves connecting with people. And she firmly believes every woman deserves a good book to help take her away. She also believes that, if she ignores dirt, it will eventually go away. Originally from Philadelphia, she now lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband, preschooler son, and their dog, with another stray kitty to come soon, were sure of it. She loves hearing from her readers, so please visit her website at www. kriskennedy. net, or write her at kris@kriskennedy. net.

Conqueror (General Series, Nos. 3, 4 and 5)

by David Drake S. M. Stirling

Contains the next three books in the Generals series, The Anvil, The Steel, and The Sword. Follows Warlord.

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