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Rome

by: Various
release date: Jan 27, 2022
Rome
“Fresh and diverting, informative and topical without being slight or ephemeral [...] This supremely well-edited combination of current affairs, journalism, commentary, and fun facts is perfect for our pause-button moment.”–Australian Financial Review, Best Books of the Year IN THIS VOLUME: Rome doesn’t judge you by Nicola Lagioia・The soul of the city by Matteo Nucci・39 memos for a book about Rome by Francesco Piccolo Plus: a guide to the sounds of Rome; the feigned unrest and real malaise of the suburbs; the influence of the Vatican; the excessive power of real estate speculators and the rule of gangs; disillusioned trappers; football fans of every age, and much more... If you believe what’s currently being said about Rome, the city is on the verge of collapse. Each year, it slips further down the ranking of the world’s most liveable cities. To the problems faced by all large capitals, Rome has added a list of calamities of its own: a string of failing administrations, widespread corruption, the resurgence of fascist movements, rampant crime. A seemingly hopeless situation, perfectly symbolized by the fact that Rome currently leads the world in the number of self-combusting public buses. If we look closer this narrative is contradicted by just as many signs that point in the opposite direction. Above all, the lack of the mass emigration one would except in these circumstances: the vast majority of Romans don’t think for a second of “betraying” their hometown, and the many newcomers who have populated it in recent decades are often indistinguishable from the natives in the profound love that binds them to the city. Rome is a place of contradictions: an “incredibly deceptive city”, always different from what it appears to be. Thought to be large, it is actually immense, the largest metropolis in Europe. Contrary to the most common stereotype, Rome is a profoundly modern city. Founded almost three millennia ago, 92 per cent of its buildings were built after 1945. The bottom line is that, in order to understand Rome and fix its problems, we should consider it a normal city, “not unlike Chicago or Manchester.” Only, incomparably more beautiful.

Overwatch Anthology: Expanded Edition

release date: Jan 11, 2022
Overwatch Anthology: Expanded Edition
"Explore the backstories and motivations behind Overwatch''s most popular heroes"--

X-Men By Peter Milligan

release date: Dec 29, 2021
X-Men By Peter Milligan
Collects Cable & Deadpool (2004) #26-27, X-Men (1991) #177-187. With the mutant race reduced to extinction levels, how do the X-Men pick up the pieces? A Sentinel arrival and a sneak attack force the weakened X-Men to re-evaluate who their friends are — and to align themselves with former enemies. For when his people need him the most, Apocalypse shall return! Cable can see the signs, but can he and Deadpool stop it from happening? Do they even want to? As Apocalypse rises again to lead mutantkind into the future, only the strongest will survive! But just wait until you see En Sabah Nur’s new Horsemen! Will the blood of Apocalypse contain salvation — or damnation? Peter Milligan (X-STATIX) completes his memorable X-Men run!

Star Wars

release date: Dec 22, 2021
Star Wars
Collects Star Wars: Darth Vader (2020) #12-17. What will a raging War of the Bounty Hunters mean for the Dark Lord’s ongoing schemes? Returned to the fold after his rebellion against the Emperor, Darth Vader faces the horrors of reconstruction in the secret laboratories of Coruscant. As he blacks out under the knife, does the Dark Lord of the Sith still dream of revenge against his master? Or do his thoughts drift toward his son…and the friends who make Luke Skywalker so vulnerable? Don’t miss this next critical new chapter in Darth Vader’s ongoing evolution — featuring the revelation of the first time that Vader learned the name Han Solo! As Vader and Ochi of Bestoon embark upon a search for Solo’s carbonite-frozen body, who is the Umbaran? What happens when she emerges from the darkness?

Seduced in the Library - 11 erotic stories from Erika Lust

release date: Dec 02, 2021
Seduced in the Library - 11 erotic stories from Erika Lust
She knows that it''s not appropriate. She knows that she shouldn''t be reading this here, among all these other people. But she can''t help herself... "Seduced in the Library" is an erotic short story about a woman who finds pleasure in a romantic erotic story in the library. This compilation of short stories includes the following: The Nymph and the Fauns Dirty Doctor The Artist''s Muse Spanish Summer Soaring Heights At My Master''s Mercy Lesbian Dreams Seduced in the Library The Feminist Man Memories of You Car Sex These short stories are published in collaboration with the Swedish filmproducer Erika Lust. Her intention is to depict human nature and diversity through stories of passion, intimacy, lust and love in a fusion of powerful stories and erotica.

The Emerald Story Book

release date: Nov 05, 2021
The Emerald Story Book
"The Emerald Story Book" by Various Authors. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.

Routledge Library Editions: Utopias

by: Various
release date: Aug 20, 2021
Routledge Library Editions: Utopias
Routledge Library Editions: Utopias (6 volume set) contains titles, originally published between 1923 and 1982. It includes volumes focusing on Utopian fiction, both as a genre in its own right and also from a feminist perspective. In addition, there are sociological texts that examine the history of Utopian thought, from the writings of Plato and beyond, as well as specific examples of people who have tried to create Utopian communities.

The Ministry of the Word, Vol. 25, No. 04

release date: Jul 30, 2021
The Ministry of the Word, Vol. 25, No. 04
This issue of The Ministry of the Word contains a complete record of the twelve messages in our crystallization-study of the books of Joshua, Judges, and Ruth that comprised the July 2021 Semiannual Training, which was released via webcast from Anaheim, California. The Key Statements on the following page embody and summarize the crucial truths and main burdens covered in these twelve messages.The Reports and Announcements section contains "An Update concerning Europe," a "Summer 2021 Mass Distribution Update," and important information concerning upcoming conferences and trainings hosted by Living Stream Ministry plus a website link to information on similar events in Europe.

Transitions

release date: Jun 21, 2021
Transitions
A visionary, moving and one-of-a-kind anthology of writing on what it means to be trans today and every day. From the daily bite of anxiety as you go to leave the house, to the freedom found swimming in the wild, through to moments of queer rage and joy and the peculiar timeslip of reliving your adolescence, the stories in this collection reveal the untold lived realities of trans people to help inform, inspire and unite. Spanning a range of topics such as gender dysphoria, transphobia, chest binding, gender reassignment surgery, coming out in later life, migration and love and relationships, these unique first-person accounts celebrate the beauty and diversity of being trans and will empower others on their journey. Showcasing eight new exciting trans writers, this extraordinary collection is a powerful and heartfelt love-letter to the trans community. Jessica Kingsley Publishers will donate at least 5p per book sold to Gendered Intelligence (registered charity no. 1182558)

The EC Archives: Shock Suspenstories Volume 1

by: Various
release date: Sep 21, 2021
The EC Archives: Shock Suspenstories Volume 1
The classic EC series, presented as a deluxe-size trade paperback! This high-quality trade reprints the first six complete issues of the pulp-comic classic Shock SuspenStories! Featuring the titanic artistic talents of Al Feldstein, Jack Kamen, Jack Davis, Joe Orlando, Graham Ingles, and Wally Wood, with a foreword by Steven Spielberg! Collects Shock SuspenStories issues #1-#6.

Psychology Library Editions: Personality

by: Various
release date: Jul 29, 2021
Psychology Library Editions: Personality
The study of personality has a long history and many different theoretical viewpoints within psychology. Psychology Library Editions: Personality (16 Volume set) presents titles, originally published between 1950 and 1997, covering many of these traditions and theories. It includes contributions from many well-respected academics and is a fascinating insight into this diverse field.

Sleep, My Little One - A Collection of Sleep & Dream Poems

by: Various
release date: Oct 20, 2021
Sleep, My Little One - A Collection of Sleep & Dream Poems
Silver sails all out of the west Under the silver moon: Sleep, my little one, sleep, my pretty one, sleep. - Tennyson Sleep, My Little One brings together 59 carefully selected poems about sleep and dreams. This gorgeous collection includes the most tender and calming poetry classics from Tennyson''s "Sweet and Low" to Blake''s "Cradle Song" from Browning''s "Sleeping and Watching" to Dickinson''s "The Moon". These poems encompass the moon, the night, sleeping and dreaming in an anthology of verse, lullabies and songs. It will spark imagination and encourage curiosity in young minds. Whether enjoyed alone or read aloud to little ones, this treasury of poets is sure to soothe to sleep and invite sweet dreams. This beautiful book will make the perfect keepsake for new babies and new parents or a treasured gift for little ones and those now grown.

Now #10

release date: Jul 06, 2021
Now #10
As Now hits its landmark tenth issue, what better time to bring back the cover artist who launched the series? Painter and cartoonist Rebecca Morgan returns with one of her signature depictions of the underbelly of America. Meanwhile, the issue also features new work by a number of familiar names, such as Steven Weissman, Tim Lane, and Walt Holcombe. Young Frances creator Hartley Lin contributes his first piece to the magazine, as does Italian cartoonist Sylvia Rocchi and American cartoonist M.S. Harkness ― with a piece about competitive weightlifting during the Covid-19 pandemic! Along with other surprises, Now #10 includes one other special feature: a tribute to the late cartoonist Richard Sala (1954-2020), a cartoonist who built his long career contributing to various anthologies of the 1980s, including the legendary Raw magazine. We are pleased to present nine previously unpublished pages of comics by Sala, all created as an art student in the 1970s and presaging a prolific and brilliant oeuvre to come. Also: comics by Nick Thorburn, Jacob Weinstein, Joakim Drescher, and Julia Gfrörer.

Serendipity

by: Various
release date: Jan 04, 2022
Serendipity
Love is in the air in this is a collection of stories inspired by romantic tropes and edited by #1 New York Times-bestselling author of Gilded, Marissa Meyer. The secret admirer. The fake relationship. The matchmaker. From stories of first love, unrequited love, love that surprises, love that''s been there all along, ten of the brightest and award-winning authors writing YA have taken on some of your favourite romantic tropes, embracing them and turning them on their heads. Readers will swoon for this collection of stories that celebrate love at its most humorous, inclusive, heart-expanding and serendipitous. Contributors include Elise Bryant, Elizabeth Eulberg, Leah Johnson, Anna-Marie McLemore, Marissa Meyer, Sandhya Menon, Julie Murphy, Caleb Roehrig, Sarah Winifred Searle and Abigail Hing Wen.

The Outback Volume 6

release date: Jun 08, 2021
The Outback Volume 6
This collection of short stories about the Outback is the result of the sixth writing competition for the Outback Writers’ Festival held in Winton on 22–24 June 2021. The winner was announced at the Festival. Boolarong Press sponsored the under 18 section. The best stories are in this book. See www.outbackwritersfestival.com.au and Facebook for the results. Follow us on Facebook and let us know whether you think the judges got it right. All royalties go to the Festival to assist in attracting great Australian authors to the festival in Winton.

Take Three Colours

by: Various
release date: Dec 07, 2021
Take Three Colours
Learn to paint 25 stunning watercolours using only three colours and only three brushes each time. Learn to paint colourful watercolours using only three colours in this collection of projects, tips and techniques from the innovative Take Three Colours... series. Each of the twenty-five projects explores a variety of watercolour techniques and walks the reader through a sequence of clear steps using a selection of three pure colours and their many mixes, and only three brushes to complete the work. Guidelines are also provided to show the reader how to trace off the outline for each scene, and how to get the most out of their mixes for an impactful painting.

Birds and All Nature, Vol 7, No. 3, March 1900

by: Various
release date: Sep 10, 2021

Paris

by: Various
release date: Oct 14, 2021
Paris
"Essential in these times of narrowing national horizons."-Caroline Sanderson, The Bookseller Out of the Shadows: Being French, and Chinese by Tash Aw Men Who Hate Jews by James McAuley Sapoligy by Frédéric Ciriez and Jean-Louis Samba Plus: The Breauburg effect, the anti-Michelin stars movement, the Champs-Élysées as avenue of revolt, and much more In Paris, nothing is quite what it seems, starting with its size: relatively small, but second in Europe if you consider the whole Î ;le-de-France. The distance between the city centre and its outskirts is even more marked, as Paris seems to push away new arrivals, banishing them to its geographical and social margins. The glare of the city lights can be blinding, as the Paris celebrated in books and films clashes with reality. And all the time the shadows are growing: the Bataclan terror attack, the violent protests of the gilet jaunes, rioting in the banlieues, Notre Dame in flames, record heatwaves, and the pandemic. Not just a series of unfortunate events, they are phenomena which all of the world’s metropolis will have to face. But in Paris today there is an air of renewal: from planning and environmental revolution to a generation of chefs rebelling against the classist traditions of haute cuisine; from second generation immigrants reclaiming their rights to women’s rejection of the stereotypes high fashion created for them. Does anyone really think they can teach Parisians how to start a revolution?

Birds and All Nature, Vol. 5, No. 4, April 1899

by: Various
release date: Sep 10, 2021

The Poetry of Horses

by: Various
release date: Oct 07, 2021
The Poetry of Horses
Since prehistory, horses have given us assistance, close companionship and artistic inspiration. Horses offer everything from practical help to brisk exercise to the sheer exhilaration of galloping together across open country. They provide entertaining antics when we''re bored and quiet understanding when we need it most. To poets in particular, these beloved creatures are the most wonderful muses, as they neigh, whicker and nuzzle, reflecting back at us our heartfelt tenderness and high spirits. The Poetry of Horses offers a selection of verses in praise of the horse by some of the most celebrated poets of all time. The perfect gift for literary horse fans.

50 Traditional - collection for solo Ukulele (notation & tab)

release date: May 14, 2021
50 Traditional - collection for solo Ukulele (notation & tab)
Collection of 50 traditional melodies for solo Ukulele, standard notation & tab, comfortable range and key, easy for beginners. Contents: Amazing Grace - Arirang - Bamboo Flute, the - Banks of the Don, the - Bella Ciao - Big Rock Candy Mountain - Cockles and Mussels - Day-O - Down By The Sally Gardens- Drink to Me Only with Thine Eyes - El Cóndor Pasa - El Noi de la Mare - El Testament d''Amèlia - El vito - Foggy Dew - Frère Jacques - Furusato - Galway Piper, the - Happy Birthday! - Home on the range - Homeward from the Mountains - House of rising sun,The - I’se the B’y That Builds the Boat - Indiana - Kalinka - Londonderry Air -Manang Biday - Mary Don''t You Weep - Mexican Hat Dance - Oh! Susanna - Old MacDonald - Raggle Taggle Gypsy,the - Rising of the Moon,the - Sakura Sakura - Santa Lucia - Scarborough Fair - Simple Gifts - Siúil a Rún - Skye Boat Song,the - Spanish Romance - Star of the County Down - Suo Gân - The Oak and the Ash -Turkey in the Straw - Waltzing Matilda -Water is wide,the - Wayfaring Stranger,the - When Johnny Comes Marching Home -Yankee Doodle - Yellow Rose of Texas,the.

50 Traditional - collection for solo Flute

release date: May 06, 2021
50 Traditional - collection for solo Flute
Collection of 50 traditional melodies for solo Flute, comfortable range and key, easy for beginners. Contents: Amazing Grace - Arirang - Bamboo Flute, the - Banks of the Don, the - Bella Ciao - Big Rock Candy Mountain - Cockles and Mussels - Day-O - Down By The Sally Gardens- Drink to Me Only with Thine Eyes - El Cóndor Pasa - El Noi de la Mare - El Testament d''Amèlia - El vito - Foggy Dew - Frère Jacques - Furusato - Galway Piper, the - Happy Birthday! - Home on the range - Homeward from the Mountains - House of rising sun,The - I’se the B’y That Builds the Boat - Indiana - Kalinka - Londonderry Air -Manang Biday - Mary Don''t You Weep - Mexican Hat Dance - Oh! Susanna - Old MacDonald - Raggle Taggle Gypsy,the - Rising of the Moon,the - Sakura Sakura - Santa Lucia - Scarborough Fair - Simple Gifts - Siúil a Rún - Skye Boat Song,the - Spanish Romance - Star of the County Down - Suo Gân - The Oak and the Ash -Turkey in the Straw - Waltzing Matilda -Water is wide,the - Wayfaring Stranger,the - When Johnny Comes Marching Home -Yankee Doodle - Yellow Rose of Texas,the.

50 Christmas Carols for solo Soprano Recorder

release date: Apr 13, 2021
50 Christmas Carols for solo Soprano Recorder
Collection of 50 Christmas Carols for solo Soprano Recorder, comfortable range and key, easy for beginners. Contents: A la nanita nana - Adeste Fideles - Angels from the Realms of Glory - As Lately We Watched, As with Gladness Men of Old - Auld Lang Syne - Away in a Manger - Bring a Torch, Jeanette, Isabelle - Carol of the bells - Children, Go Where I Send Thee - O Christmas Tree - Coventry Carol - The Deck the Halls - Ding Dong Merrily on High - First Noel - The Friendly Beasts - The Gloucestershire Wassail - Go Tell it on the Mountain - God Rest Ye Merry,Gentlemen - Good King Wenceslas - Hark! The Herald Angels Sing - Holly and the Ivy - The Huron Carol - I saw three ships - In dulci Jubilo - In Notte Placida - In the Bleak Midwinter - It Came Upon the Midnight Clear - Jingle Bells - Joy to The World - Lullaby - O Holy Night - O Little Town of Bethlehem - O Sanctissima - Oh, come, little children - Once in Royal David''s City - Over the river and through the woods - Patapan - Quanno Nascette Ninno - Ring Out, Wild Bells - Rise Up Shepherd And Follow - Sans Day Carol - Silent Night - Toyland - The Twelve Days of Christmas - Up on the Housetop - We Three Kings of Orient Are - We Wish you a Merry Christmas - What Child Is This? - Winter''s Snow.

Cosmos

release date: Apr 11, 2021
Cosmos
"Cosmos" by Various Authors. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.

The Cambridge Book Of Poetry For Children Parts 1 And 2

by: Various
release date: May 07, 2021
The Cambridge Book Of Poetry For Children Parts 1 And 2
The Cambridge Book Of Poetry For Children Parts 1 And 2, has been considered by academicians and scholars of great significance and value to literature. This forms a part of the knowledge base for future generations. So that the book is never forgotten we have represented this book in a print format as the same form as it was originally first published. Hence any marks or annotations seen are left intentionally to preserve its true nature.

Teach Yourself Etching - The Basics of Etching, Drypoint and Aquatint

by: Various
release date: Mar 22, 2021
Teach Yourself Etching - The Basics of Etching, Drypoint and Aquatint
Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.

Routledge Library Editions: Urban History

release date: Feb 25, 2021
Routledge Library Editions: Urban History
The volumes in this set, originally published between 1940 and 1994, draw together research by leading academics in the area of welfare and the welfare state, and provide a rigorous examination of related key issues. The volumes examine welfare policy, equality, poverty, class, government, social policy, unemployment, and social services, whilst also exploring the general principles and practices of welfare and the welfare state in various countries. This set will be of particular interest to students of sociology, health, and political studies respectively.

DC's Greatest Detective Stories Ever Told

by: Various
release date: Feb 02, 2021
DC's Greatest Detective Stories Ever Told
Batman may be the World’s Greatest Detective, but he’s hardly the only sleuth in the DC Universe. This new title collects key adventures starring Lois Lane, the Question, the Sandman (Wesley Dodds), Detective Chimp, Slam Bradley, and of course, the Dark Knight Detective. These tales span DC’s history, from 1937 to today, and even include a special appearance by the granddaddy of all detectives: Sherlock Holmes. Collects stories from Adventure Comics #51, Batman #441, Detective Comics #2, #329, and #572, Lois Lane #1-2, Secret Origins #40, and The Question #8.

International Short Stories: French

by: Various
International Short Stories: French
The young Duc de Hardimont happened to be at Aix in Savoy, whose waters he hoped would benefit his famous mare, Perichole, who had become wind-broken since the cold she had caught at the last Derby,—and was finishing his breakfast while glancing over the morning paper, when he read the news of the disastrous engagement at Reichshoffen.

DC Through the 80s: The End of Eras

by: Various
release date: Dec 15, 2020
DC Through the 80s: The End of Eras
The ’80‘s were a truly rad time for comic books. DC was killing it with groundbreaking titles like Man of Steel, Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, and Watchmen. This collection, curated by writer and former DC publisher Paul Levitz, celebrates the pre-Crisis on Infinite Earths era of the early 1980s with memorable adventures including Alan Moore and Curt Swan’s poignant “Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow?,” both Batman and Superman teaming with their Golden Age equivalents in separate stories, Wonder Woman and Steve Trevor versus gremlins, and more. Collects Action Comics #583, Detective Comics #500, The Flash #296-298, Jonah Hex #54-55, Superman #423, House of Mystery #286, #290, #294-295, #300, #308, #321, Warlord #42, Wonder Woman #311-312, The Brave and the Bold #200, Weird War Tales #93, Time Warp #2 and #3, G.I. Combat #288, Blackhawk #258, DC Comics Presents Annual #1, Super Friends #36, and Sgt. Rock #345, #347, #368, and #387. Also includes new essays on this amazing era from such comics luminaries as Jack C. Harris, Elliot S! Maggin, J.M. DeMatteis, Andy Kubert, and more, and features the complete text of Alan Moore’s legendary, never-before-published Twilight proposal!

Myths and Legends of Alaska

release date: Sep 21, 2015
Myths and Legends of Alaska
ÊLONG ago, even before the days of the animal people, the world was only a great ocean wherein was no land nor any living thing except a great Bird. The Bird, after a long, long time, flew down to the surface of the water and dipped his great black wings into the flood. The earth arose out of the waters. So began the creation. While the land was still soft, the first man burst from the pod of the beach pea and looked out upon the endless plain behind him and the gray salt sea before him. He was the only man. Then Raven appeared to him and the creation of other beings began. Raven made also animals for food and clothing. Later, because the earth plain was so bare, he planted trees and shrubs and grass and set the green things to growing. With creation by a Great Spirit, there came dangers from evil spirits. Such spirits carried away the sun and moon, and hung them to the rafters of the dome-shaped Alaskan huts. The world became cold and cheerless, and in the Land of Darkness white skins became blackened by contact with the darkness. So it became necessary to search for the sun and hang it again in the dome-shaped sky above them. Darkness in the Land of Long Night was the cause, through magic, of the bitter winds of winterÑwinds which came down from the North, bringing with them ice and cold and snow. This was the work of some Great Spirit which had loosened the side of the gray cloud-tent under which they lived, letting in the bitter winds of another world. Spirits blow the mists over the cold north sea so that canoes lose sight of their home-land. Spirits also drive the ice floes, with their fishermen, far over the horizon of ocean, into the still colder North. Spirits govern the run of the salmon, the catching of whales, and all the life of the people of the North who wage such a terrific struggle for existence. So there must needs be those who have power over the evil spirits, those who by incantations and charms of magic, by ceremonial dancing in symbolic dress, can control the designs of those who work ever against these children of the North. Thus there arose the shamans with all their ceremonies. The myths in this volume are authentic. The original collections were made by government ethnologists, by whose permission this compilation is made. And no effort has been made, in the telling of them, to change them from the terse directness of the natives. The language of all Indian tribes is very simple, and to the extent that an effort is made to put myths and legends into more polished form, to that extent is their authenticity impaired. Only the quaintest and purest of the myths have been selected. Many Alaskan myths are very long and tiresome, rambling from one subject to another, besides revealing low moral conditions. These have been omitted, as have also those which deal with the intermarriage of men and birds, and men and animals. Such myths are better left among government documents where they can be readily consulted by those making a special study of the subject. They are hardly suitable for any collection intended for general reading. The leading myth of the North, however, the Raven Myth, is given with a fair degree of completeness. It would not be possible, nor would it be wise, to attempt a compilation of all the fragments of this extensive myth.

In the Garden

release date: Mar 21, 2021
In the Garden
An essay collection about gardening and our relationship to nature, following on from the success of At the Pond and In the Kitchen.

Proceedings of the Seventh International Congress of Accountants, 1957

by: Various
release date: Sep 04, 2020
Proceedings of the Seventh International Congress of Accountants, 1957
This book, first published in 1988, contains the complete account of the Seventh International Congress of Accountants in 1957. Featuring analysis of the modernisation of accounting, public accountants and internal auditing, among others, this is a valuable research book on the development of the profession.

Wonder Woman Through the Years

by: Various
release date: Jul 21, 2020
Wonder Woman Through the Years
Celebrate the many colorful eras of Wonder Woman through the decades, with stories ranging from formative Golden Age tales to her current adventures, including Diana taking on spies in the 1950s, Silver Swan in the 1980s, and teaming with Batman and Superman in in the 1990s. Collects Wonder Woman #5, #45, #50, #76, #126, #155, and #204-206, Sensation Comics #70, Wonder Woman (1986) #15-16, #140-141, and #170, Wonder Woman (2006) #5 and #0, and Wonder Woman Annual (2017) #1.

PIANO PLAYER SERIES UPLIFTING CLASSICS

by: VARIOUS
release date: Sep 30, 2021

Math Adventure Stories (Set)

by: Various
release date: Aug 15, 2020
Math Adventure Stories (Set)
Real-world connections are essential to keep young mathematicians interested and invested in math concepts. However, placing those math concepts in a fun fictional story will make them even more inspired to learn. This dynamic set will appeal to fans of superheroes, space adventures, and fantasy worlds. Math puzzles are cleverly woven into the entertaining plots and will motivate readers to become math heroes by solving the problems and saving the day. Features include: Compelling, accessible adventure stories, complemented by inviting illustrations. Appeals to readers of all levels. At-level math problems throughout the texts allow for assessment. Fosters understanding and fluency in a variety of skills and operations that correlate with math standards of the Common Core.
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