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Huggly and the Books

by Tedd Arnold

Huggly, the pudgy, green monster who lives under the bed, is back with his friends, Booter and Grubble, to explore the people child's house. This time they try on clothes, except for Huggly, who dresses in books until Booter shows him the real delight of books. A SeeSaw Book Club selection. Many of Tedd Arnold's books are available in this library.

Hugh and Bess

by Susan Higginbotham

"A delightful novel full of chivalry, romance, and real-life terrors. " Historical Novels Review

The Hugo Winners, Volume 4

by Isaac Asimov

This is the fourth volume of the Hugo Winners edited by Isaac Asimov. The Hugo winners is a collection of science fiction short stories that won the 'Hugo Award' in the World Science Fiction Convention between 1955 and 1961.

The Hugo Winners, Volumes 1 and 2

by Isaac Asimov

The Hugo Award is to science fiction what the Oscar is to Hollywood, and every year the coveted statuette (modeled after a spaceship) is presented at the World Science Fiction Convention. Here are twenty-three award-winning stories for the years 1955 to 1970, each with an introduction by Isaac Asimov. All of the stories are unusual and contain that special something that marks them as prize winners. Highly original and provocative, they examine the mystery of existence and the very real possibilities that lie within the realm of future experience. And together they provide a lavish treat of the very best writing chosen by the most prominent people in the field--truly superior science fiction.

Hugs Daily Inspirations for Grandmas

by Howard Books

Inspirational hugs of appreciation for the love that grandmothers share -- every day of the year.

Hugs Daily Inspirations Words of Comfort

by Freeman-Smith Llc

Comfort is an easy thing to define but can be difficult to grasp-especially in our troubled world. All around are challenges, some great and some small, and we all feel weighed down by obligations that at times threaten to overwhelm. When the stress presses in, we seek comfort, and this little book points to a very big God who is the eternal source of peace and hope. Each day of the year offers an inspirational message, an uplifting scripture, and a peace-filled quote. These words of comfort are fitting for experiences from minor sadness to profound grief. It is the perfect gift for anyone going through the sadness of illness, job loss, the death of a loved one, or any of the many disappointments of life. In a world of pain, loss, and wrong turns, the need for gentle words of hope, courage, peace, and comfort is everywhere. Because God is a God of comfort, the messages in this little book offer a big hug of comfort and the promise of better things to come.

Hugs from Heaven: Embraced by the Savior GIFT

by Caron Chandler Loveless

How would you like to get a hug directly from heaven? You can, you know. In this inspirational book, you'll feel the warmth of God's tender hugs conveyed through the arms of his precious Son. Well-known Bible stories will take on new meaning as you are transported to the scene to explore the thoughts and feelings of the men and women who were touched by the embrace of the Savior. Experience the joy of a man healed of leprosy; walk with Mary, the mother of Jesus, as she makes her painful journey to watch her son die; sense the awe of the Samaritan woman who met a man who knew everything she'd ever done and still loved her. As gifted author Caron Loveless retells these timeless tales, you'll discover unique insights that will deepen your faith and warm your heart.

Hugs From Heaven, the Christmas Story: Sayings, Scriptures, and Stories from the Bible Revealing God's Love

by G. A. Myers

Feel heaven's embrace as you relive the Christmas story in all its wonder in these fascinating narratives.

The Hulk, the Junior Novel: Based on the Diaries of Bruce Banner

by James Schamus

Bruce Banner . . . man or monster? This collection of Banner's diary entries reveals the struggle between his dream of a peaceful life and the nightmare of being the Hulk. Through science, Banner hopes to heal others. Yet science turns him into a force of unstoppable destruction. When the Hulk takes over, Banner is trapped inside a being filled with rage, but he feels strangely free. How much Bruce Banner exists in the creature? The answer could never be known -- till now.

Hull Zero Three

by Greg Bear

A starship hurtles through the emptiness of space. Its destination-unknown. Its purpose-a mystery. Now, one man wakes up. Ripped from a dream of a new home-a new planet and the woman he was meant to love in his arms-he finds himself wet, naked, and freezing to death. The dark halls are full of monsters but trusting other survivors he meets might be the greater danger.All he has are questions-- Who is he? Where are they going? What happened to the dream of a new life? What happened to Hull 03?All will be answered, if he can survive the ship.HULL ZERO THREE is an edge-of-your-seat thrill ride through the darkest reaches of space.

Human Adaptability

by Emilio F. Moran

Designed to help students understand the multiple levels at which human populations respond to their surroundings, this essential text offers the most complete discussion of environmental, physiological, behavioral, and cultural adaptive strategies available. Among the unique features that make Human Adaptability outstanding as both a textbook for students and a reference book for professionals are a complete discussion of the development of ecological anthropology and relevant research methods; the use of an ecosystem approach with emphasis on arctic, high altitude, arid land, grassland, and tropical rain forest environments; an extensive bibliography on ecological anthropology; and a comprehensive glossary of technical terms. Entirely new to the third edition are chapters on urban sustainability and methods of spatial analysis, with enhanced emphasis throughout on the role of gender in human-adaptability research and on global environmental issues as they affect particular ecosystems. In addition, brand-new sections in each chapter guide students to websites that provide access to relevant material, complement the text's coverage of biomes, and suggest ways to become active in environmental issues.

The Human Age: The World Shaped By Us

by Diane Ackerman

As Diane Ackerman writes in her brilliant new book, The Human Age, "our relationship with nature has changed...radically, irreversibly, but by no means all for the bad. Our new epoch is laced with invention. Our mistakes are legion, but our talent is immeasurable." Ackerman is justly celebrated for her unique insight into the natural world and our place in it. In this landmark book, she confronts the unprecedented reality that one prodigiously intelligent and meddlesome creature, Homo sapiens, is now the dominant force shaping the future of planet Earth. Humans have "subdued 75 percent of the land surface, concocted a wizardry of industrial and medical marvels, strung lights all across the darkness." We tinker with nature at every opportunity; we garden the planet with our preferred species of plants and animals, many of them invasive; and we have even altered the climate, threatening our own extinction. Yet we reckon with our own destructive capabilities in extraordinary acts of hope-filled creativity: we collect the DNA of vanishing species in a "frozen ark," equip orangutans with iPads, and create wearable technologies and synthetic species that might one day outsmart us. With her distinctive gift for making scientific discovery intelligible to the layperson, Ackerman takes us on an exhilarating journey through our new reality, introducing us to many of the people and ideas now creating--perhaps saving--our future and that of our fellow creatures. A beguiling, optimistic engagement with the changes affecting every part of our lives, The Human Age is a wise and beautiful book that will astound, delight, and inform intelligent life for a long time to come.

Human Agency and Language: Philosophical Papers I

by Charles Taylor

Charles Taylor has been one of the most original and influential figures in contemporary philosophy: his 'philosophical anthropology' spans an unusually wide range of theoretical interests and draws creatively on both Anglo-American and Continental traditions in philosophy. A selection of his published papers is presented here in two volumes, structured to indicate the direction and essential unity of the work. He starts from a polemical concern with behaviourism and other reductionist theories (particularly in psychology and the philosophy of language) which aim to model the study of man on the natural sciences. This leads to a general critique of naturalism, its historical development and its importance for modern culture and consciousness; and that in turn points, forward to a positive account of human agency and the self, the constitutive role of language and value, and the scope of practical reason. The volumes jointly present some two decades of work on these fundamental themes, and convey strongly the tenacity, verve and versatility of the author in grappling with them. They will interest a very wide range of philosophers and students of the human sciences.

Human Anatomy (4th Edition)

by Elaine N. Marieb Jon Mallatt Patricia Brady Wilhelm

This textbook features chapters concentrating on cells, embryology, tissues, bones, joints, muscle tissue, the senses, blood, the heart, blood vessels, and surface anatomy, as well as the various body systems. A brief atlas contains 71 color photographs depicting organs, muscles, and bones. A companion CD-ROM contains interactive tutorials, practice tests, case studies, visual review exercises, and news articles. The authors teach at Holyoke Community College, Washington State University, and the Community College of Rhode Island. Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc. , Portland, OR (booknews. com)

Human Anatomy and Physiology (7th Edition)

by Katja Hoehn Elaine Nicpon Marieb

With each edition of her top-selling "Human Anatomy & Physiology" text, Elaine N. Marieb draws on her own, unique experience as a full-time A&P professor and part-time nursing student to explain concepts and processes in a meaningful and memorable way. With the "Seventh Edition," Dr. Marieb has teamed up with co-author Katja Hoehn to produce the most exciting edition yet, with beautifully-enhanced muscle illustrations, updated coverage of factual material and topic boxes, new coverage of high-interest topics such as Botox, designer drugs, and cancer treatment, and a comprehensive instructor and student media package. The Human Body: An Orientation, Chemistry Comes Alive, Cells: The Living Units, Tissue: The Living Fabric, The Integumentary System, Bones and Skeletal Tissues, The Skeleton, Joints, Muscles and Muscle Tissue, The Muscular System, Fundamentals of the Nervous System and Nervous Tissue, The Central Nervous System, The Peripheral Nervous System and Reflex Activity, The Autonomic Nervous System, The Special Senses, The Endocrine System, Blood, The Cardiovascular System: The Heart, The Cardiovascular System: Blood Vessels, The Lymphatic System, The Immune System: Innate and Adaptive Body Defensives, The Respiratory System, The Digestive System, Nutrition, Metabolism, and Body Temperature Regulation, The Urinary System, Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Balance, The Reproductive System, Pregnancy and Human Development, Heredity For all readers interested in human anatomy & physiology.

Human Anatomy Made Amazingly Easy

by Christopher Hart

From head to toe, the human form, in all its complexities, is visually simplified to such a degree in this remarkable workbook that even complete beginners will soon be able to draw accurate, well-proportioned faces and figures every time they try. Avoiding complex charts of muscles and bones that are more helpful to doctors than to artists, this book's refreshing approach teaches anatomy from a cartoonist/illustrator's point of view. For example, there are many large and small muscles in the neck, all rendered in great detail in most anatomy books, but here, master teacher Christopher Hart shows only the four that are visible and need to be drawn. His clear instruction helps readers to visualize and portray shifting body weight in a pose without the need of a model, and instead of showing a mass of facial muscles and bones, he translates them into the simple planes an artist needs to draw a range of expressive faces.

Human Anatomy & Physiology Laboratory

by Ronald D. Hill Pamela Harrison Alexander G. Cheroske Saundra K Minckley

This laboratory manual was written emphasizing the instructional materials available at Mesa Community College.

Human Anatomy & Physiology Laboratory Manual: Cat Version

by Elaine N. Marieb Susan J. Mitchell Lori A. Smith

This lab manual gives students a complete hands-on laboratory and learning experience inside and outside of the lab. The new edition has been fully revised with even more accessible language and more than 50 new and improved cadaver and histology photos. It also features engaging new Group Challenge activities that encourage a more active learning experience in the lab.

The Human Angle

by William Tenn

This book contains eight science fiction stories by William Tenn that look at what being human is like from some very different angles, including: "Project Hush," "The Discovery of Morniel Mathaway," "Wednesday's Child," "The Servant Problem," "Party of the Two Parts," "The Flat-Eyed Monster," "The Human Angle," and "A Man of Family." WIT--An extra-terrestrial sells pornographic literature from his world on Earth. IMAGINATION--A politician seeks complete security, only to find... CHARM--Modern art gets viewed from the future. IRONY--Just what kind of an animal is a human being?

The Human Auditory Cortex

by Arthur N. Popper Richard R. Fay David Poeppel Tobias Overath

We live in a complex and dynamically changing acoustic environment. To this end, the auditory cortex of humans has developed the ability to process a remarkable amount of diverse acoustic information with apparent ease. In fact, a phylogenetic comparison of auditory systems reveals that human auditory association cortex in particular has undergone extensive changes relative to that of other species, although our knowledge of this remains incomplete. In contrast to other senses, human auditory cortex receives input that is highly pre-processed in a number of sub-cortical structures; this suggests that even primary auditory cortex already performs quite complex analyses. At the same time, much of the functional role of the various sub-areas in human auditory cortex is still relatively unknown, and a more sophisticated understanding is only now emerging through the use of contemporary electrophysiological and neuroimaging techniques. The integration of results across the various techniques signify a new era in our knowledge of how human auditory cortex forms basis for auditory experience. This volume on human auditory cortex will have two major parts. In Part A, the principal methodologies currently used to investigate human auditory cortex will be discussed. Each chapter will first outline how the methodology is used in auditory neuroscience, highlighting the challenges of obtaining data from human auditory cortex; second, each methods chapter will provide two or (at most) three brief examples of how it has been used to generate a major result about auditory processing. In Part B, the central questions for auditory processing in human auditory cortex are covered. Each chapter can draw on all the methods introduced in Part A but will focus on a major computational challenge the system has to solve. This volume will constitute an important contemporary reference work on human auditory cortex. Arguably, this will be the first and most focused book on this critical neurological structure. The combination of different methodological and experimental approaches as well as a diverse range of aspects of human auditory perception ensures that this volume will inspire novel insights and spurn future research.

Human Behavior

by Michael G. Vaughn Holly C. Matto Matt Delisi

A unique approach to human behavior that integrates and interprets the latest research from cell to societyIncorporating principles and findings from molecular biology, neuroscience, and psychological and sociocultural sciences, Human Behavior employs a decidedly integrative biosocial, multiple-levels-of-influence approach. This approach allows students to appreciate the transactional forces shaping life course opportunities and challenges among diverse populations in the United States and around the world.Human Behavior includes case studies, Spotlight topics, and Expert's Corner features that augment the theme of each chapter. This book is rooted in the principles of empirical science and the evidence-based paradigm, with coverage of:Genes and behaviorStress and adaptationExecutive functionsTemperamentPersonality and the social work professionSocial exchange and cooperationSocial networks and psychosocial relationsTechnologyThe physical environmentInstitutionsBelief systems and ideologyUnique in its orientation, Human Behavior proposes a new integrative perspective representing a leap forward in the advancement of human behavior for the helping professions."This book is like no other HBSE textbook that I have used in my teaching career. Traditional HBSE content is included within the chapters, and the authors do an excellent job of explaining complex perspectives on human development from the genome to the brain to temperament and risks in the environment. The book challenges faculty and students to look at 21st-century HBSE."-Carmen Ortiz Hendricks, DSW, ACSW, Dorothy and David I. Schachne Dean, Wurzweiler School of Social Work, Yeshiva University"This book represents a changing of the guard and a new era of thinking. Vaughn, DeLisi, and Matto have essentially replaced the so-called classic texts with their comprehensive and integrative review of the most current and relevant theory and research that is essential in understanding the complexities of human behavior. Educators will be hard pressed to find another text that will engage, challenge, and excite students in the way this book does."-Brian Perron, PhD, Associate Professor, School of Social Work, University of Michigan

Human Behavior and Social Environments: A Biopsychosocial Approach

by Dennis Saleebey

Human behavior is a subject so vast that it would seem to defy one's ability to comfortably and confidently grasp its varieties, nuances, shapes, and dynamics. But in this wide-ranging and comprehensive survey of the contexts of human behavior, Dennis Saleebey examines the different social science approaches to understanding the way humans react to and are affected by their environment.

Human Behavior in the Social Environment

by Craig Winston Lecroy José B. Ashford

This lively, comprehensive introduction to human behavior in the social environment offers a multidimensional approach to the topic, with discussion of integrative practice, theory, treatment, and services as well as matters pertaining to diversity addressed throughout the text. The text provides solid coverage of foundation knowledge, integrates the biopsychosocial dimensions for assessing social functioning, and offers case studies to illuminate the applied aspects of the content. Furthermore, as part of the Brooks/Cole Empowerment Series, the fifth edition thoroughly integrates the core competencies and recommended practice behaviors outlined in the 2008 Educational Policy and Accreditation Standards (EPAS) set by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE), thus helping you connect foundation knowledge with specific practice concerns. Study tables and concept maps (for each discussion of behavior in the development chapters) clarify major phases of biopsychosocial development across the life span. This framework gives you a concrete tool for assessing human behavior from a perspective that reflects the values and knowledge base of the social work profession.

Human Behavior in the Social Environment: A Social Systems Approach (Sixth Edition)

by Irl Carter

Since the publication of the first edition of Human Behavior in the Social Environment, several generations of students have successfully used this classic text, which takes a social systems approach to human behavior. This systems approach is still widely accepted in the human services disciplines, including social work, education, nursing, psychology, and in human services programs themselves. Its ideas have become the organizing framework for curriculum, as well as fruitful sources for new applications of theory and practice. Among the advantages of the social systems approach is that it permits students and practitioners to see connections between fields of practice, between methods, and across professional disciplines and bodies of theory. The book serves as a template of the concentric circles of human behavior, with chapters on fields of behavior, beginning with the person and ranging outward to culture and society. Abundant examples from practice and from behavioral patterns are drawn from the social sciences, topical events, literature, and the authors' personal and professional experiences. This volume responds to the needs of students and instructors as these have developed since the publication of the previous edition.

Human Behavior, Learning, and the Developing Brain

by Geraldine Dawson Donna Coch

Thoroughly examining brain-behavior relationships in atypically developing children, this important volume integrates theories and data from multiple disciplines. Leading authorities present research on specific clinical problems, including autism, Williams syndrome, learning and language disabilities, ADHD, and issues facing infants of diabetic mothers. In addition, the effects of social stress and maltreatment on brain development and behavior are reviewed. Demonstrating the uses of cutting-edge methods from developmental neuroscience, developmental psychology, and cognitive science, the contributors emphasize the implications of their findings for real-world educational and clinical practices. Illustrations include eight pages in full color.

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