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Everyone's hands are different but everyone's hands are special. Learn all about hands and what they do. Ready Readers books are designed to support multiple levels of literacy for pre-readers to emergent readers.
Author: Pete Jenkins
Published by Carson-Dellosa Publishing on 01/01/2017
Book details: 24 pages.


What is that stuff covering my bones? Learn all about the different colors of skin and what it does. Everyone's skin is special! This title focuses on decoding, sight words, and comprehension.
Author: Pete Jenkins
Published by Carson-Dellosa Publishing on 08/01/2017
Book details: 24 pages.


Hey, what’s that growing out of the top of my head? It’s my hair. Learn all about different kinds of hair and how people wear it. Everyone’s hair is different but everyone’s hair is special!
Author: Pete Jenkins
Published by Carson-Dellosa Publishing on 01/25/2019
Book details: 24 pages.


In this PreK-1 rhyming book, learn all about your nose and all the things it helps you do. Everyone's nose is different!
Author: Pete Jenkins
Published by Carson-Dellosa Publishing on 03/27/2019
Book details: 24 pages.

Legal Skills

The best-selling legal skills textbook in the market, Legal Skills is the essential guide for law students, encompassing all the academic and practical skills in one manageable volume. It is an ideal text for students new to law, helping them make the transition from secondary education and giving them the skills they need to succeed from the beginning of their degree, through exams and assessments and into their future career. The first part covers 'Sources of Law' and includes information on finding and using legislation, ensuring an understanding of where the law comes from and how to use it. The second part covers 'Academic Legal Skills' and provides advice on general study and writing skills. This part also includes a section on referencing and avoiding plagiarism amongst a number of other chapters designed to help students through the different stages of the law degree. The third and final part is dedicated to 'Practical Legal Skills'; a section designed to help develop transferable skills in areas such as presentations and negotiations that will be highly valued by future employers. The text contains many useful features designed to support a truly practical and self-reflective approach to legal skills including self-test questions, diagrams and practical activities. Students are given the opportunity to take a 'hands on' approach to tackling a variety of legal skills from using cases to negotiation. Each skill is firmly set in its wider academic and professional context to encourage an integrated approach to the learning of legal skills. Online resources -For lecturers, a bank of multiple choice questions and diagrams from the book -For students, answers to the self-test questions and practical exercises from the book and a glossary of all the keywords and terms used within the text. There is also an extensive range of videos with guidance on topics from what to expect from lectures and tutorials, how to research for essays and structure problem questions, to examples of good and bad practice in mooting and negotiations.
Published by Oxford University Press, USA on 05/31/2019
Book details: 520 pages.

Texas Death Row

Putting a human face on capital punishment, an illustrated catalog looks at the nearly four hundred men and women who have paid the price for their crimes since the 1977 reinstatement of the death penalty, furnishing information on the crimes that sent each prisoner to death row, sentencing, last words, and more. Reprint.
Published by Penguin on 07/17/2019
Book details: 422 pages.

Conservation Monitoring in Freshwater Habitats

As in the terrestrial environment, most data collection from freshwater habitats to date falls into the survey, surveillance or research categories. The critical difference between these exercises and a monitoring project is that a monitoring project will clearly identify when we need to make a management response. A Model for Conservation Management and Monitoring Monitoring (as defined by Hellawell) is essentially a tool of practical conservation management, and Fig. 1.1 shows a simple, but effective, model for nature conser- tion management and monitoring. The need for clear decision-making is implicit in this model. First we must decide what would represent a favourable state for the key habitat or species, and then we must decide when to intervene if the state is (or becomes) unfavourable. A third, often overlooked, but equally important, decision concerns when we would consider the habitat or species to have recovered; this is unlikely to be the same point that we became concerned about it. This decision not only has resource imp- cations, it can also have major implications for other habitats and species (prey species are an obvious example). All of these decisions are essential to the devel- ment of an efficient and effective monitoring project.
Published by Springer Science & Business Media on 12/09/2009
Book details: 415 pages.

Humans as Components of Ecosystems

Highlighting the importance to ecological studies of incorporating humans and their effects on ecosystems, leading experts from a variety of disciplines address a number of important issues, including: * the prominent role of humans in the function of ecosystems on Earth * why humans have been ignored in ecological studies * approaches taken by social scientists, historians, geographers, economists, and anthropologists in the study of human activities * the emergence of a new ecological paradigm accommodating human activities * methods for studying subtle human effects, and human- populated ecosystems * future research and training required to include humans effectively as components of ecological systems. Of interest to students and researchers in ecology, and to policy-makers and environmental managers. In addition, it makes social scientists aware of new opportunties for integrating their ideas with those of ecologists.
Published by Springer Science & Business Media on 12/06/2012
Book details: 364 pages.

Waking the Giant

Brand maturity is not inevitable. Waking the Giant challenges current thinking and practicewhen it comes to achieving growth with mature brands. This book convincingly demonstrates that the challenge ofrevitalising a mature brand is just as exciting -- andrequires just as much ingenuity and innovation -- as launching anew brand. While major mature brands still dominate many categories,margins and growth opportunities are often less than exciting. Thecritical question is: milk the brand, or revitalise? And, just asimportant: is your organisation fully committed to, and able todeliver on, your chosen strategy? Inside you'll discover: the merits of revitalisation and milkingstrategies, and how to choose between them how to renew positive differentiation for amature brand how to implement a revitalisation strategy andeliminate outdated work practices that could ruin your plan how to align your revitalisation strategy withthe consumers' and industry sector's evolutionary trends.
Author: Peter Steidl
Published by John Wiley & Sons on 01/30/2012
Book details: 240 pages.

It's Not Easy Being a Bunny

Unhappy being a bunny, P.J. Funnybunny tries living with bears, birds, beavers, pigs, moose, possums, and skunks.
Published by Random House Books for Young Readers on 07/17/1983
Book details: 39 pages.
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