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Physics: A World View (with InfoTrac) - Larry D. Kirkpatrick, Gregory E. FrancisIn this edition, Larry Kirkpatrick is joined by new co-author, Gregory E. Francis (Montana State University) whose love of teaching has led him to experiment with active learning approaches in large introductory classes. This Fifth Edition retains the text's hallmark clear and logical conceptual presentation of physics concepts and principles (using a story line about the development of the current physics world view) written at the appropriate level for the liberal arts student Francis' subtle integration of physics education principles throughout the text includes a new feature--FLAWED
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December
Mastering Public Health: Essential Skills for Effective Practice - Barry S. Levy, Joyce R. GaufinDesigned for new and seasoned public health workers alike, this user-friendly guide focuses on the day-to-day practical skills and competencies that are often not taught in educational or training programs. It is a how-to book with tools, techniques, tips, checklists, and other resources that will assist you in developing your competencies in the areas of communication, administration and management, and leadership.
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December
Precalculus: Graphs and Models (4th Edition) - Marvin L. Bittinger, Judith A. Beecher, David J. Ellenbogen, Judith A. PennaThe Video Resources on DVD offer lectures for each section of the text and Chapter Test Prep Videos that allow students to watch instructors work through step-by-step solutions to all the Chapter Test exercises from the textbook. Optional English and Spanish captioning is available.
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December
The Old Curiosity Shop - Charles Dickens, Norman PageThe sensational bestselling story of Little Nell, the beautiful child thrown into a shadowy, terrifying world, seems to belong less to the history of the Victorian novel than to folklore, fairy tale, or myth. The sorrows of Nell and her grandfather are offset by Dickens's creation of a dazzling contemporary world inhabited by some of his most brilliantly drawn characters-the eloquent ne'er-do-well Dick Swiveller; the hungry maid known as the "Marchioness"; the mannish lawyer Sally Brass; Quilp's brow-beaten mother-in-law; and Quilp himself, the lustful, vengeful dwarf, whose demonic energy makes a