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101 Things You Should Do Before You Graduate (USED)

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101 THINGS YOU SHOULD DO
BEFORE YOU GRADUATE encourages
students who are getting
out of high school or college to do
more than just fi nish up papers and
school projects. Part of getting an
education is learning to live life to
the fullest. Readers will be reminded
that life will change dramatically
once they're out of school, so the
time to pursue adventure is right
now. The book is chock-full of fun,
practical, and spiritual suggestions
to help readers seize the moment
every day, including:
- Laugh a lot
- Eat ice cream for breakfast
- Write a mission statement for your life
- Become the answer to someone's prayer--
and ninety-seven more! Students can live life richly,
experiencing the excitement God has planned for them
moment by moment.
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12,000 Inspirational Quotes (USED)

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Editor Frank Mead has gleaned the finest and most thought-provoking quotations from such varied sources as Tennyson, Mark Twain, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ibsen, Shakespeare, and the Bible. This invaluable reference, based on the wisdom of the ages, can inspire themes for speeches, enliven reports and presentations, and serve as a guide to productive living. Often humorous, sometimes controversial, always inspiring, these quotations add dimension to speech, writing, and daily reflection.
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18th Century Clothing (USED)

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Bobbie Kalman's acclaimed Historic Communities Series provides a close-up view of how people lived more than two hundred years ago. Colorful photos, many taken by Bobbie Kalman herself at restored historic villages across the country, help support the fascinating information. Children will have fun learning about: -- early homes and the settler community-- what people wore and the crafts they made-- how settlers made their living-- how they spent their leisure time-- the values, customs, and traditions of the early settlersThe clothing of the eighteenth century was a colorful mix of fancy fashions from Europe and homemade threads created from wool, flax, and cotton. Young readers will also learn about the dangerous makeup worn by women and the undergarments that made it hard for them to breathe. Children will be fascinated by such accessories as: -- wigs and corkballs-- stomachers and fans-- buckles, stays, and farthingales-- pattens and clogs

3,500 Good Quotes for Speakers (USED)

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50 Facts About the Human Body

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The human body is complicated and incredible! The many parts of the body form a network of systems that work together to keep you alive and active. Each chapter focuses on a different system: Outer Body, Nervous System, Skeleton and Muscles, Breathing System, Heart and Blood, Digestive System, Urinary System, Growing and Changing. Body maps are included to show how organs and systems all function together. The mechanics of the human body are described in concise and easy-to understand text while infographics and photographs bring the various systems to life. Fact panels provide fascinating snippets of extra information.

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50 Things You Should Know About the Environment

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From the icy poles to the evergreen rainforests, life has found a way to flourish in nearly every environment on Earth. This book explores the startling discoveries of new life forms in extreme environments, such as the strange worlds of the ocean depths. Whilst marvelling the world around us, it also confronts the human impact on the environment. The mounting evidence for global warming is explored and challenges us to work towards a more sustainable future. Packed with facts, diagrams, infographics and photos, this is the perfect introduction to the wonder and intrigue of our environment.

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50 Things You Should Know About the Titanic

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The largest ocean liner of her time, Titanic was hailed as the ultimate in luxury travel, with grand dining halls and the latest technology, including an onboard telephone system. She set off on her maiden voyage on 10 April 1912 with more than 2,000 people on board. Just four days later, the ship struck an iceberg off the coast of Canada, and the unthinkable happened: Titanic sank. Find out what caused more than 1,000 people to drown and why the ship was so woefully ill-equipped for such a disaster. Through eyewitness accounts and from evidence found in the wreck, Titanic's fateful voyage has been meticulously pieced together to tell a riveting story of ambition, arrogance and folly.

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52 McGs (USED)

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Among his devoted fans, his pieces were known simply as McGs. Robert McG. Thomas Jr. commemorated fascinating, unconventional lives with signature style and wit.

The New York Times received countless letters over the years from readers moved to tears or laughter by a McG. Eschewing traditionally famous subjects, Thomas favored unsung heroes, eccentrics, and underachievers including: Edward Lowe, the inventor of Kitty Litter ("Cat Owners Best Friend"); Angelo Zuccotti, the bouncer at El Morocco ("Artist of the Velvet Rope"); and Kay Halle, a glamorous Cleveland department store heiress who received sixty-four marriage proposals ("An Intimate of Century's Giants"). In one of his classic obituaries, Thomas described Anton Rosenberg as a "storied sometime artist and occasional musician who embodied the Greenwich Village hipster ideal of 1950s cool to such a laid-back degree and with such determined detachment that he never amounted to much of anything." Thomas also eulogizes a variety of colorful local heroes, from pool hustler Minnesota Fats, to Mason Rankin, founder of an AIDS group in Utah, to Sidney Korshak, "a famous fixer for the Chicago mob."

Thomas captured life's ironies and defining moments with elegance and a gift for making a sentence sing He had an uncanny sense of the passion and personality that made each life unique.

A Dictionary of Superstitions (USED)

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A Manual for Writers of Term Papers, Theses, and Dissertations (USED)

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The fifth extensively revised edition of Kate Turabian's guide for writers of term papers, theses, and dissertations, now including a chapter on computer usage, a bibliography of style guides and more. Illustrated.
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A Measure of All Things (USED)

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Every wonder how long a cubit really is? How much is in a hogshead and what it refers to? Or the difference between a light year, a parsec and a Planck length? How many pings there are in an acre and who uses which term in what context? Every wonder where all these terms and formats came from and how they are used? Well, wonder no more In the tradition of Schott's Miscellany, A Measure of All Things is a well-researched page-turning, illustrated look at the way things concrete and theoretical are and have been measured. It ranges from the history of measurement systems (from the earliest times to the present) to the different classes of measurements (length, area, volume, mass, time, temparature, speed, power, energy, pressure and everyday, unscientific measurements). A Measure of All Things covers the origins of the various units of measurement, the ways in which they developed and changed over time, and the many connections between them.
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A to Z Dream Dictionary

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The intriguing world of dreams and dream interpretations has fascinated us for thousands of years. Can dreams help us deal with past experiences, or even guide us on our way in the future? What relevance do they have in our everyday life? The A to Z Dream Dictionary answers these questions with its comprehensive and fully cross-referenced listing of dream images and symbols. Each listing is divided into three sections, and reveals how these images can have significance in key areas of our lives, while the fully up-to-date interpretations reflect our changing experience of the world in the 21st century. At nearly 400 pages, this durable, portable, spiral-bound book, lists hundreds of objects, people, and situations that are common in dreams. The book is organized alphabetically for easy navigation. Each dream subject is analyzed and interpreted to give readers the ability to get to know themselves better, through their dreams. This book makes an excellent gift, and is a powerful addition to any self-reflective reader's library.

A Treasury of Women's Quotations (USED)

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addictionary (USED)

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Airline Recognition Guide (USED)

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  • More than 700 airlines
  • Fully illustrated
  • Company histories and current fleet details
  • Explanations of brand logos
  • Aircraft setup and engine configuration
  • Technical specifications
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    Alfred Kazin's America: Critical and Personal Writing (USED)

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    Over the course of sixty years, Alfred Kazin's writings confronted virtually all of our major imaginative writers, from Emerson to Emily Dickinson to James Wright and Joyce Carol Oates -- including such unexpected figures as Lincoln, William James, and Thorstein Veblen. This son of Russian Jews wrote out of the tensions of the outsider and the astute, outspoken leftist -- or, as he put it, "the bitter patriotism of loving what one knows." Editor Ted Solotaroff hasselected material from Kazin's three classic memoirs to accompany his critical writings. Alfred Kazin's America provides an ongoing example of the spiritual freedom, individualism, and democratic contentiousness that he regarded as his heritage and endeavored to pass on.

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    American Heritage High School dictionary

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    Ideal for college students and advanced high school students, the American Heritage High School Dictionary is a brand-new paperbound reference book from the editors of the American Heritage Dictionaries. It is aimed at users who need a dictionary that is more advanced than the Student Dictionary but more conveniently sized and priced than the 2084-page hardcover American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition. The American Heritage High School Dictionary will be especially useful for customers who do not have ready access to our electronic products. Each entry is clearly defined, and thousands of example sentences show how entry words are used in context. There are no biographical or geographical entries, thus allowing more room for basic vocabulary. A gazetteer at the back of the book lists countries, states, and capitals. Hundreds of word history notes describe the development of words in clear, straightforward language. A style guide, detailed definitions of grammatical terms, and dozens of usage notes provide guidance on grammar and style points. This reference book is designed to be a workhorse for writers - great for high school students who are studying for standardized tests or who are allowed to use print dictionaries during tests, for college students whose schools lack the resources to provide online content, and for individuals who prefer a conveniently sized print dictionary for their home or office.

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    American Heritage Student Thesaurus

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    Ages 11-16, Grades 6-10

    Ideal for writers in middle school and high school, this popular thesaurus contains 6,000 main entries and more than 70,000 synonyms--more than any other thesaurus at this level. Each entry includes a clear sample sentence for each of the word's different senses, along with a list of synonyms arranged according to how closely they match that sense of the word. New to this updated edition is a list of tips on how to use the thesaurus to write more effectively.
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    American Museum of Natural History (USED)

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    - First official guide to American Museum of Natural History to be published for several years. - Fully illustrated - Includes colossal dinosaurs, multimedia exploration of the Universe and re-created habitats of mammals and birds. - The only publication to explore all the
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    Architectual Drawing and Light Construction (USED)

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    For courses in architectural drawing and design, construction materials and methods and residential design and construction. Using clear, concise explanations and numerous illustrations, this text introduces the basics of architectural design and practice along with construction documentation and practice. It combines examples of manually drawn graphics and computer generated graphics along with up-to-date information on the latest building codes and construction materials.
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    Associated Press Stylebook (USED)

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    More people write for The Associated Press than for any newspaper in the world, and writers-nearly two million of them-have bought more copies of The AP Stylebook than of any other journalism reference. It provides facts and references for reporters, and defines usage, spelling, and grammar for editors. There are separate sections for journalists specializing in sports and business, and complete guidelines for how to write photo captions, file copy over the wire, proofread text, handle copyrights, and avoid libel. This edition of The AP Stylebook keeps pace with world events, common usage, and AP procedures.

    Atlas of World History (USED)

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    Attack of the Killer Facts

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    Factoid Attack: Inherent sadistic streak in dentists confirmed!
    The electric chair was invented by a dentist, Dr. Alfred Southwick. Not surprising, dentists have been perfecting torture devices for centuries.

    Factoid Attack: Galaxy at risk! Intelligent life in short supply!
    In 1961, Astronomer Frank Drake estimated the number of probable intelligent civilizations inhabiting our galaxy. Using conservative numbers, that estimate came to 10,000. Unfortunately, we are not included in that total.
    Factoid Attack: Colorblind bulls hate all matadors equally!
    The color of a matador's cape, or muleta, is traditionally red, which is widely believed to irritate the bull. In reality, bulls are colorblind, so it is irrelevant what color cape a matador uses to antagonize them. Shot in the dark, but maybe it's the being stabbed with swords bit that pisses them off.
    Forget Fringe, Warehouse 13, and The X-Files. In this book, you'll find more weird and wacko truths than in all those combined. From golden poison dart frogs with enough venom to kill ten grown humans to cockroaches that can survive radiation 15 times stronger than what kills people, scary and strange just got scarier--and stranger!

    Audel Do-It-Yourself Encyclopedia (USED)

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    Back to School for Grown-ups (USED)

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    Here's a mind-broadening reader's companion for men and women who recall their school days as time spent gazing out the window, and who now realize that they missed out on many interesting ideas. The best and most significant of those lost and half-forgotten ideas are served up in this book, fashioned into lively prose, and supplemented with self-testing Q&A sections to help readers grade their knowledge of facts and understanding of ideas. For clarity and ease of use, " Back to School for Grown-Ups " is divided into five sections representing five school days. Each day consists of lessons in four subjects, as follows:
  • Section One, Monday: Geography, History, Mathematics, Religion
  • Section Two, Tuesday: Science, Art, Mathematics, Literature
  • Section Three, Wednesday: Civics, Geography, Science, Phys Ed
  • Section Four, Thursday: Literature, History, Art, Civics
  • Section Five, Friday: Religion, Science, Geography, History
    Readers will be absorbed by discussions that range from the Magna Carta to the causes of World War I . . . from the Big Bang to the concept of prime numbers . . . from the origins of Hinduism to the story of Nelson Mandela . . . from the geologic formation of the Grand Canyon to the definition of Pop art . . . and much, much more. Author Stephen Calladine-Evans' style of presentation is informal and reader-friendly, and topics are supplemented with illustrations and brief summaries of key facts. " Back to School for Grown-Ups " demonstrates that learning is a deeply satisfying experience that should not end with graduation. Includes approximately 400 illustrations.
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    Barron's 10 Steps in Writing the Research Paper 5th Edition (USED)

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    Updated with tips on computer use related to library research and use of word processing software, the new edition of this popular guide also features an entirely new sample research paper. The authors point out style formalities and parenthetical source documentation and show the proper methods of avoiding plagiarism.
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    Barron's Mathematics Study Dictionary (USED)

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    This updated manual prepares prospective test takers for success on the MAT, a timed word-association test that is widely used to screen applicants to graduate level academic programs. The MAT is also used as a placement exam for management positions in many businesses. The book's main features include:
  • One diagnostic test and eleven full-length practice exams
  • Self-scoring answer keys following each test
  • Approximately 1,500 additional practice questions with answers
  • Advice to help test takers solve analogy problems
  • Helpful brush-up check lists cover graduate level vocabulary with brief word definitions, selected foreign words and phrases used in English with their meanings, and names of important persons in history, science, technology, and the arts that test-takers should be able to recognize.
    BONUS ONLINE PRACTICE TESTS: Students who purchase this book will also get FREE access to two additional full-length online MAT tests with all questions answered and explained.

    Bartlett's Familiar Quotations (USED)

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    Bartlett's Familiar Quotations, 16th Ed. (USED)

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    This 16th edition of the book, first published in 1855, has been expanded to include more than 20,000 quotations and more than 340 new authors both historical and contemporary - from Russell Baker, The Doors, Elvis, Nadine Gordimer, Stephen Hawking, Primo Levi, Norman Mailer, Salman Rushdie, the Talmud, Alice Walker and Elie Wiesel. This edition has been revised and edited by Pulitzer Prize-winning biographer Justin Kaplan.

    Beers of North America (USED)

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    Better Answers: Written Performance that Looks good and Sounds Smart (USED)

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    "Student's writing skills are improving tremendously... Last year's fourth-graders started using the sandwich method mid-year and almost all of them scored in the highest possible category when they took the state's standardized English-language arts test just a few months later."
    --Wells Central Schools, NY

    Wells Central is just one of numerous schools that attribute their success to Ardith Davis Cole's Better Answers process. Since 2002, her book Better Answers has offered teachers and school districts a powerful alternative to "test-prep" workbooks. It presents a dramatically different instructional model that helps students construct thoughtful test responses, but it also prepares them for any task requiring thorough, cogent answers to questions and prompts -- both in and out of school.

    Now, with students tested more frequently than ever, and with teachers increasingly concerned about incorporating substantive test-taking skills into children's learning, Ardith Cole responds with a new updated and expanded edition of Better Answers. Informed by Ardith's ongoing work in classrooms where students struggle over constructed-response tasks, the new edition makes the Better Answers "sandwich" even easier to implement. The book has also been significantly reorganized, as well as expanded to include two new chapters, "Understanding the Prompt" and "What to do When." Also included is a resource-packed CD-ROM that contains everything teachers need to support their lessons and is a great tool for staff development:

  • lesson plans for text-based and self-based responses;
  • power point slides, charts, and other visual supports;
  • sets of sample texts with prompts;
  • sample student responses;
  • assessment forms;
  • extensive bibliography of print and online resources.
  • The Better Answers process is easy to grasp and uses a gradual-release instructional process that begins with teacher modeling, invites increasing amounts of student participation, and eventually moves students into independent response writing. The book clearly explains each element of the process and provides helpful activities, authentic classroom vignettes, and tips on how to handle typical stumbling blocks along the way.

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    Blogging for Writers (USED)

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    The world of words has undergone a revolution, and everyone from authors to publishers has been affected by the explosion of digital media. Today, a blog is one of the most powerful tools a writer has at his or her disposal. Whether you want to connect with a potentially huge new readership or showcase your work and get published, a well-written, well-presented blog is essential.

    Packed with tips, advice, and inspirational stories from successful writers who blog, Blogging for Writers is an accessible guide that teaches everything you need to know to create a blog that you'll enjoy writing--and one that readers will return to again and again. No technical knowledge is required: Blogging expert Robin Houghton will take you through the whole process step by step, and you'll soon discover how to blog with confidence, substance, and style.

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    Book of Positive Quotations (USED)

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    More than 7,000 life affirming quotations on 62 different subjects, by the famous and the great, both historical and contemporary. Arranged by subject, here are such notables as Aristotle, Mother Teresa, Thomas Jefferson and General Colin Powell and many others on such topics as Acceptance, Hope, Goals, Courage, and more. Perfect for public speakers, business people, writers, anyone seeking just the right phrase to convey a special message.

    Bottles Price List (USED)

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    America's antique experts return with a new edition of the authoritative guide which reports the current prices of more than 10,000 old and modern bottles in hundreds of categories. Features a two-page color insert offering an overview of 25 years of bottle collection. Over 200 photographs.
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    Braving the Fire (USED)

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    Braving the Fire is the first book to provide a road map for the journey of writing honestly about grief and loss. Created specifically by and for the writer who has experienced illness, loss, or the death of a loved one, Braving the Fire takes the writers' perspective in exploring the challenges and rewards for the writer who has chosen, with courage and candor, to be the memory keeper. It will be useful to the memoirist just starting out, as well as those already in the throes of coming to terms with complicated emotions and the challenges of shaping a compelling, coherent true story.

    Loosely organized around the familiar Kübler-Ross model of Five Stages of Grief, Braving the Fire uses these stages to help the reader and writer though the emotional and writing tasks before them, incorporating interviews and excerpts from other treasured writers who've done the same. Insightful contributions from Nick Flynn, Darin Strauss, Kathryn Rhett, Natasha Trethewey, and Neil White, among others, are skillfully bended with Handler's own approaches to facing grief a second time to be able to write about it. Each section also includes advice and wisdom from leading doctors and therapists about the physical experience of grieving.
    Handler is a compassionate guide who has braved the fire herself, and delivers practical and inspirational direction throughout.

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    Cave Canem A Miscellany of Latin Words and Phrases (USED)

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    Latin is alive and well!

    Latin may be called a dead language, but it is currently experiencing a renaissance. In this spirit, Oxford-trained classicist Lorna Robinson introduces readers to the wonderful, chimeric world of the Latin language--and what better forum for this than the world of ancient Rome, where Latin flowered and expanded with the Roman Empire to become Europe's dominant language. Each chapter of Cave Canem explores the richness of Latin words and concepts through a different aspect of Roman life: from the language of home and garden, family and gods, to the classical Latin of the upper classes and of business, law, medicine, and the church; from the theater, literature, and the storytelling tradition to the everyday "vulgar Latin" of the street. A final chapter presents a miscellany of Latin phrases still very much in use around the world today. Beautifully illustrated with photos of Roman mosaics, Cave Canem brings to life the history and humor behind this world-shaping language.

    Chambers Biographical Dictionary (USED)

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    Chapter After Chapter (USED)

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    Writing a book requires a focus, a sense of knowing and trusting in yourself and your work. And it requires an unflinching commitment to staying the course. Chapter After Chapter shows you how to build on your good writing habits, accrue and recognize tiny successes, and turn your dedication to the craft into the book you always knew you could write if you could just stay with it.

    Heather Sellers, author of Page After Page, draws on her first-hand experience as a novelist, poet, memoirist, and children's book author to help you prepare for whatever roadblocks you might encounter while writing the book of your dreams. You'll discover how to celebrate the momentum of slow and steady, stay in love with your book project through soggy middles and long revisions, and embrace the nakedness that is creative expression.

    And you'll realize you've got exactly what it takes write your book!

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    Children's Thesaurus

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    Ages 8-12, Grades 3-6

    With more than 4,000 entries and 36,000 synonyms, this updated, award-winning thesaurus encourages young writers to think analytically about their word choices. Entries are arranged in a way that distinguishes between words that are close synonyms and words that differ somewhat in meaning or usage. More than 150 full-color photographs illustrate the many example sentences and make this book as attractive as it is useful. As an added bonus, this updated edition includes an explanation of the major parts of speech, to help young writers establish a firm grasp of language.
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    Common Phrases and Where They Come From (USED)

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    Ever wondered where the phrase raining cats and dogs came from? In a Teutonic myth, the wind was a huge dog, chief attendant to Odin, the god of wisdom, war, and the cosmos. When it rained hard, Odin's dog was chasing a cat, in the form of rain. So when it poured, Odin dropped cats and dogs from the sky. Learn the stories behind such phrases as: A la carte Coast is clear Dog days of summer Flash in the pan In hot water Lame duck Pay through the nose Run amok Apple of my eye Cock-and-bull story Cut and dried Face the music Fly off the handle Kick the bucket Lion's share Pull strings And many more...

    Compact Oxford English Dictionary (USED)

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    Complete Guide to All United States Military Medals (USED)

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    Conversational Italian: A Complete Course in Everyday Italian (USED)

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    Corsets: A Modern Guide

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    This book traces the development of the corset from ancient to modern times, paying particular attention to its popular resurgence as an outer garment from the late 20th century to the present day.

    The author, Velda Lauder, is one of the most celebrated corset designers of our times. Here, she combines extensive reference material alongside a personal journey through the evolution of the corset.

    Velda's enthusiasm and fascination with her subject make her ideally qualified to write about the corset from the viewpoint of an industry insider who has devoted the last 15 years to celebrating the female form through tailoring and corsetry techniques. This is her journey in her own words.

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    Cover Letters for Dummies

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    Cover letters are alive and sell! When they're written right, that is. To stand out in today's sea of qualified job seekers, learn to craft riveting new breeds of cover letters, create vibrant images online, and discover sensational self-marketing documents you never imagined. This completely revised and updated 3rd Edition of Cover Letters For Dummies brings you all this -- plus over 200 great new samples by 62 successful professional cover letter/resume writers.

    You've probably suspected that passive and sleepy cover letters merely hugging resumes won't get you where you want to go. Especially in a shaky job market. The verdict's in. Since the last edition of Cover Letters For Dummies, blazing fast change in tools, technology, and how hiring managers come calling and how we invite them to look us over, means big dramatic changes in our job messages.

    In this exceptional handbook of contemporary job messages, you'll discover fresh ways of thinking about cover letters that captain an entire team of new-style job messages.

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    Creating a Beautiful Wedding (USED)

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    The editors of Victoria magazine offer ideas for all kinds of ceremonies, so readers can make their wedding dreams come true. Topics covered include: bouquets, cakes, invitations, bridal showers and more. Photos.

    Designer's Notebook (USED)

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    Diccionario Didactico Avanzado (USED)

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    Diccionario Espanol-Ingles (USED)

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    Offers eighty thousand entries highlighting Latin American Spanish, tables of regular and irregular verbs, and sections on geographical names, metric conversions, and sample correspondence.
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    Dictionary and Thesaurus, Webster's New World

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    Completely revised from the previous edition.
    Increased page count
    More dictionary entries - 61,000 total
    13,000 thesaurus entries
    3,000 new dictionary terms, such as biscotti, dot.com, gene therapy, home page, no-brainer, portobello mushroom, skybox, surgicenter, veggie
    Revised design affords greater readability, with use of custom fonts
    Based on the authoritative Webster's New World College Dictionary, Fourth Edition