Best Selling Books by Scott Berry

Scott Berry is the author of The Education of Handicapped School Children in Michigan (1926), Pamphlets and Reprints (1909), The Imitative Tendency of White Rats (1906), An Experimental Study of Imitation in Cats (1908) and other 39 books.

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The Education of Handicapped School Children in Michigan

Negative: Why Positive Thinking Is Not Enough

How the Teacher May Help the Exceptional Child

The Education of Gifted Children for Leadership

Public School Education of Mentally Retarded Children

A Survey of Mentally Retarded, Speech Defective and Behavior Problem Children in the Public Schools of Ohio

The Behavior Problem Child in the Home, the School, and the Community

Japanese Agent in Tibet

release date: Jan 01, 1990
Japanese Agent in Tibet
In October 1943 a small group of Mongolian pilgrims set off westward from Inner Mongolia. Before them lay a confused battleground where the Japanese and rival armies of Chinese and Mongolians fought over the fate of Central Asia. Among the pilgrims was a young monk named Dawa Sangpo beginning what was probably the greatest travel adventure undertaken by anyone of his nationality in this century; for he was not Mongolian at all, but an enterprising Japanese named Hisao Kimura.

Monks, Spies and a Soldier of Fortune

release date: Jan 01, 1995
Monks, Spies and a Soldier of Fortune
These Work Based On Research Into Japanese Sources Recounts The Virtually Unknown Episode When A Number Of Japanese Visited Tibet In The First Half Of 20Th Century. These Visitors Were Monks, Clerics, Spies, A Soldier Of Fortune And Another One An Author.

Morningstar Funds 500

release date: Feb 08, 2008
Morningstar Funds 500
In this completely new reference guide, you’ll find the best information and independent opinion available on 500 of the largest and most popular mutual funds—the very funds you likely own. Morningstar’s Fund Reports are the industry standard and are trusted by financial professionals nationwide. And now, you get this exclusive and valuable guidance all year long, with access to fifty free fund reports during any time in 2008. Choose from 2,000 funds.

From Goddess to Mortal

release date: Jan 01, 2005
From Goddess to Mortal
Autobiography of the author who was worshipped as virgin goddess from 1984-1991, in Nepal.

A Stranger in Tibet

release date: Jan 01, 1989

The Adventures Tanner the Tenacious Terrier

release date: Nov 25, 2015
The Adventures Tanner the Tenacious Terrier
Volume I of The Adventures of Tanner the Tenacious Terrier has three delightfully illustrated stories that are sure to get your young reader giggling with joy. Parents will even enjoy reading these short stories to non-readers. Tanner's "adventures" will quickly become the most popular book in your child's library!

Dragonfly Tales

release date: Jul 18, 2020
Dragonfly Tales
Dragonflies - we all love them. Curious little creatures, flying all around. Kids of all ages are attracted to these prehistoric insects. So it only makes sense that Scott Berry would write a couple of poems about dragonflies. But what makes 'Dragonfly Tales' such a fun little book are the illustrations by Ezrah Tenz! Just 18, Ezrah has been drawing for as long as she can remember. Her anime-influenced artwork brings Scott's poems to life.Colorful.Fun.Kids will want to read them over and over!Plus, there are four coloring pages so kids and their parents can create their own colorful dragonflies.'Dragonfly Tales' includes both 'The Dragonfly' and 'What Dragonflies Do'.Watch for more illustrated poems by the team of Scott Berry and Ezrah Tenz!

Sasquatch Mountain

release date: Aug 07, 2016
Sasquatch Mountain
Skookum and his best friend Gimmie have just been introduced to the biggest threat any Bigfoot could imagine: Man! Up on Sasquatch Mountain, the best way to avoid Man is by staying hidden. Of course, it helps if you have a Magic Cloak to help keep you out of sight. Join these 11-year-old "Squatch" as they begin one of the most important adventures of their lives: The Quest for the Magic Cloak!

Together Through HIV

release date: May 12, 2017
Together Through HIV
Together through HIV: A Workshop Guide for non-professional peers and the professionals who help them.

A Stranger in Nepal & Tibet

release date: Jan 01, 2008
A Stranger in Nepal & Tibet
In July 1900, a young Japanese monk named Kawaguchi Ekai crossed the border from Nepal to Tibet. Already the first from his race to enter that isolated, mysterious country, he went on to become the first Japanese to reach the forbidden city of Lhasa.

The Role of the Public Schools During and After the War

Bartlett Subdivision - Phases II, III, and IV, Colfax Couny, New Mexico

Simulation and Analysis of a Dataflow Computer

release date: Jan 01, 1993

Mechanical Testing and Modeling of Memory Metals

release date: Jan 01, 1993

An Experimental Study of Imitation in Animals

A Characterization of Micromanipulator Controlled Dry Spinning of Micro- and Nanoscale Polymer Fibers

release date: Jan 01, 2004
A Characterization of Micromanipulator Controlled Dry Spinning of Micro- and Nanoscale Polymer Fibers
No current microfabrication technique exists for producing room-temperature, high-precision, point-to-point polymer nanofibers in three dimensions. Producing rounded structures in a third dimension is particularly difficult to accomplish with conventional planar microfabrication techniques. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to characterize a novel method for fabricating such structures. In this investigation, PMMA micro- and nano-fibers have been fabricated using a technique which involves drawing a solvated polymer bridge between two liquid pools with a stylus positioned by an ultra-high-precision micromill. The solvent in the solution bridge rapidly evaporates, leaving a suspended PMMA fiber between the two pools. In order to characterize this process, fibers were drawn over a 1.8 mm silicon trench and fiber diameter was measured over a variety of different solution concentrations and polymer molecular weights. In addition, the fluid characteristics of the solutions were measured to allow for comparisons between fiber diameter and properties such as viscosity and surface tension. Fiber diameters ranging from 450 nm to 50 mu;m were drawn during the characterization experiments. In addition, fibers as small as 140 nm were drawn over distances less than 1.8 mm. It was observed that fiber diameter enlarged as both solution concentration and polymer molecular weight increased. In an attempt to decrease fiber diameter variance, different stylus materials were also examined, and it was found that a parylene-coated stylus resulted in a fair reduction, but not elimination, of the diameter variance. Although fiber diameter variances remain somewhat high, possibly due to unwanted solution buildup on the stylus tip, this fabrication technique presents a simple method for producing precisely positioned, low temperature, suspended polymer fiber structures on the micro- and nanoscale.

A Cost/Benefit Analysis of Clinical Trial Designs for COVID-19 Vaccine Candidates

release date: Jan 01, 2020
A Cost/Benefit Analysis of Clinical Trial Designs for COVID-19 Vaccine Candidates
We compare and contrast the expected duration and number of infections and deaths averted among several designs for clinical trials of COVID-19 vaccine candidates, including traditional randomized clinical trials and adaptive and human challenge trials. Using epidemiological models calibrated to the current pandemic, we simulate the time course of each clinical trial design for 504 unique combinations of parameters, allowing us to determine which trial design is most effective for a given scenario. A human challenge trial provides maximal net benefits--averting an additional 1.1M infections and 8,000 deaths in the U.S. compared to the next best clinical trial design--if its set-up time is short or the pandemic spreads slowly. In most of the other cases, an adaptive trial provides greater net benefits.

Chromatin-based Memory of Prolonged Cold Exposure in Arabidopsis Thaliana

release date: Jan 01, 2015

The Rising Sun in the Land of Snows

release date: Jan 01, 2005

A Guide to Curriculum Adjustment for Mentally Retarded Children. Bulletin, 1936

A Guide to Curriculum Adjustment for Mentally Retarded Children. Bulletin, 1936
This handbook is a cooperative project, the outcome of a conference called by the United States Office of Education to consider the problems of curriculum adjustment for mentally retarded children. The members of the conference are the joint authors of this bulletin. In October 1934, 13 leaders in the education of retarded children, working in various parts of the country, were invited by the United States Commissioner of Education to come to Washington for a 3-day conference. The result of 3 days' work was a general outline of procedure, looking toward the publication of a handbook that might be helpful to all who are concerned with the adaptation of the curriculum needs of mentally retarded children. Each member of the conference accepted responsibility for the tentative development of one topic into a section which might ultimately be used as a chapter or part of a chapter. In May 1935 the group gathered again in Washington and for 2 days discussed their production. Numerous recommendations for revision were made, and editorial responsibility was assigned to the specialist in the education of exceptional children in the Office of Education. This bulletin represents, therefore, the best thinking of selected educators, psychologists, and psychiatrists who are deeply concerned for the welfare of children seriously below normal in intellectual capacity. The purpose of this bulletin is to present the fundamental principles involved, to point out desirable bases for the selection of curriculum content, to suggest a variety of activities in keeping with these bases of selection, and to illustrate how such activities can be coordinated into a unit of experience. Each chapter concludes with a list of suggested reading. Two appendixes present: (1) Suggested activities for unit on the home, outlined for children of preprimary mental development; and (2) An example of junior high school provisions for retarded pupils. Individual chapters contain footnotes. [Compiled and edited by Elise H. Martens. Best copy available has been provided.].

The Classification by Tests of Intelligence of Ten Thousand First-grade Pupils

Paying for Breakages

release date: Jan 01, 1999
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