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How to Produce Creative Publications - Thomas Bivins, William E. Ryan"How to Produce Creative Publications" is a first-class guide for anyone who wants to acquire the skills to make in-house publishing a success. Tom Bivins and Bill Ryan show you how to research and write winning copy and how to design eyecatching layouts. You'll learn all about handling traditional typesetting and printing methods and--in parallel--you'll learn how to get the most out of your computer. Software applications have revolutionized the world of in-house publications and brought it right into your office. What was once sent out to specialist publishers and printers can now be done at
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March
Speaking Our Minds: What It's Like to Have Alzheimer's - Lisa SnyderGain exceptional insight into the world of the person with Alzheimer's through this enlightening collection of first-hand accounts. Speaking Our Minds provides an unparalleled view into the day-to-day experience of Alzheimer's through the reflections of seven diverse individuals with the disease. By interweaving each person's responses from in-depth interviews with her own thoughtful interpretation, dementia expert Lisa Snyder explores the many dimensions of the Alzheimer's experience. As a result, this rich text offers professionals, family caregivers, students, and people who have dementia the
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Introduction to Forestry Science - Lawrence DeVere BurtonThis an applied science book that integrates science principles with forestry practices. Topics include cell structure and function, cell growth and reproduction, principles of ecology, plant anatomy and physiology, entomology, water and air quality, and preservation of endangered species. This textbook serves as an introductory forestry book that covers the principles and practices of forest management commonly utilized within the United States. Attention is given to regional differences in forests and forest management. Forest management planning for both private and public forests is discussed,