There S Something In The Water

Author: Leena Bakshi
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This book is the first in STEM4Real's series to showcase real-life pioneers in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) and empower students from all backgrounds to see themselves in a STEM profession. This book focuses on Professor Tyrone Hayes. Tyrone's observations as a young child fueled his passion for science and career path as a world renowned biologist at the University of California, Berkeley. This book integrates the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) by using reading and literacy to connect students to science instruction by helping them connect their observations on what plants, animals and humans need to survive. Furthermore, this book is designed to enhance your classroom lessons and inspire students to see the relevance of STEM in their everyday lives.

Something In The Water

Author: Catherine Steadman
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The perfect couple commit the perfect crime in this brilliant new thriller from an extraordinary new voice. How far would you go be truly happy? Erin is a documentary filmmaker on the brink of a professional breakthrough; Mark a handsome investment banker with a bright future. They seem to have it all, until Mark loses his job and cracks start to appear in their perfect life. But they're determined to make it work. They book their dream honeymoon and trust that things will work out - after all, they have each other. Could the life of your dreams turn out to be a nightmare? On the tropical island of Bora Bora Mark takes Erin scuba diving. Mark is with her - she knows he'll keep her safe. Everything will be fine. Until they find something in the water. Have you ever wondered how long it takes to dig a grave? Erin and Mark decide to keep their discovery a secret -- after all, if no one else knows, who would be hurt? Their decision will trigger a devastating chain of events... which will endanger everything they hold dear. *~*~*Praise for SOMETHING IN THE WATER*~*~* 'A thriller for our times... Catherine Steadman is a fresh and playful new voice and I can't wait to see where her imagination takes her next' --Louise Candlish, author of The Swimming Pool and Our House

There S Something In The Water Marine Biology For Kids Children S Biology Books

Author: Baby Professor
Editor: Speedy Publishing LLC
ISBN: 1541918568
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Did you know that only a small percentage of our oceans have been explored? This means that there could be interesting life forms in the ocean floor. While this book will not be diving deep into the waters, it will provide information on the marine life already known to man. This book will create a solid foundation for further explorations. Grab a copy of this book today!

There S Something In The Water

Author: Ingrid Waldron
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Unten Am Fluss

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Unmasking The Male Soul

Author: Wilmer G. Villacorta
Editor: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1532652348
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Unmasking the Male Soul is about freedom that confronts the innate and enslaving obsession for power and control in destructive ways. At the core of this liberating process, we must acknowledge that we cannot escape the sociocultural matrix in which every human being emerges. In denying their fallen nature, human beings set aside their dependency on God and become self-centered and self-reliant. It is from their self-centered hearts that human beings foster dynamics of coercion, domination, competition, and distorted self-realization at the expense of others. This cycle of shame and guilt is well-disguised behind a mask which enables them to enact these dynamics in subtle ways. At times even in the name of religion, men followed the illusion of their internal insecurities and became dependent on masks of power and control. It is time to break away from the chains of exclusion and devaluation of women in Christian leadership. Masculinities have only perpetrated a narrative of exceptionalism as the apex of humankind, and often they have contrasted to subservient expectations of women in leading others. Each chapter responds to the implicit male silence on the issue in a multidisciplinary way with historical, sociocultural, theological, and scriptural implications. In this book, I will endeavor to challenge the masks of masculinities and dismantle several mental models that foment a gender divide in Christ-like leadership in the twenty-first century.

The Season Of Open Water

Author: Dawn Tripp
Editor: Random House
ISBN: 0307432602
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BONUS: This edition contains a The Season of Open Water discussion guide and an excerpt from Dawn Tripp's Game of Secrets. From the critically acclaimed author of Moon Tide comes a mesmerizing novel of love and violence, family and betrayal. The Season of Open Water is the passionate, searing story of a young woman coming of age in a New England seacoast town that is swept up in the dangerous trade of rum-running. It is October 1927. Bridge Weld is nineteen, headstrong and beautiful, working in her grandfather Noel's boatbuilding shop. When Noel is approached by a local bootlegger to refit a boat for smuggling, he feels in his gut that he should not accept the work, yet he takes the job for the money it offers and for the chance it gives him to build a future for his beloved granddaughter, Bridge, and her brother, Luce. What Noel doesn’t count on is that Luce will be lured into the rum work himself and will try to pull Bridge into it with him. But Bridge has embarked on a different course. Caught up in a passion for Henry, a veteran of World War I, Bridge is propelled beyond the confines of her known world, and ultimately she must choose between the man who loves her and the brother to whom she has been loyal all her life. As Bridge strikes out on her own, Luce's fierce attachment spirals out of control. Exquisitely written, haunting in its rendering of place, The Season of Open Water is a superb novel about a family and the lawlessness of the heart, a love story that explores the often inescapable connections between violence and desire.

Water Music

Author: Margie Orford
Editor: Head of Zeus
ISBN: 1781857830
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A terrified, frozen child is found close to death on an icy Cape Town mountainside. But no-one reported her missing. Where does she come from? Who does she belong to? Profiler Dr Clare Hart is baffled – but when a young woman disappears, Clare sees a frightening pattern beginning to emerge. Rosa is a gifted but troubled young cellist, and her grandfather is at his wits end. Why did she walk out of her music school that day? Where has she gone now? As winter tightens its grip, Clare must find Rosa and unravel her secrets... all the while carrying a secret of her own.

The Sound Of Songs Across The Water

Author: Rob Yardumian
Editor: MP Publishing
ISBN: 1849822948
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It’s the summer of 1995, and in the heat of the hills above Los Angeles, Riley Oliver is trying to find redemption in rock ‘n’ roll. Fifteen years have passed since his band flamed out at CBGB, and Riley sees the life his former guitarist Will Taylor has built — successful producing career, the lovely Lena for a wife, a gated home — and he wants some of that luck for himself. Jumping the fence, Riley brings the shadows of the past back to Will, and long-buried conflicts darken the sunny Southern California scene. Lena herself is restless in this creative world; she has been living in the background of the music industry far too long, and this summer becomes one of longing and self-discovery for her and for her uninvited guest. The Sound of Songs Across the Water traces creation and betrayal, joining and fissure at a time when lovers still made mixtapes to show they cared. Rob Yardumian’s language vibrates like a string under the pressure of fingertips, sliding and reckless as he tells the story of bittersweet inspiration and the pain of bringing art to life.

Music In Print Master Title Index

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Cambridge Advanced Learner S Dictionary

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We Didn T Mean To Go To Sea

Author: Arthur Ransome
Editor: Random House
ISBN: 1448191068
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'Like to spend a night in the Goblin?’ The Swallows are staying on the Suffolk coast while they wait for their father to return home from China. But although the harbour is bursting with bobbing yachts, barges and steamers, this year there's no chance of any sailing for the landlocked Swallows. That is until they rescue young Jim Brading and his boat the Goblin from a sticky situation and to their delight are recruited as crew members. Mother agrees they can go, on one condition – they absolutely must not sail out past Beach End Buoy and into the open sea... Includes exclusive content: In the 'Backstory' you can test your knowledge of the book, and learn all about the art of sailing! Vintage Children’s Classics is a twenty-first century classics list aimed at 8-12 year olds and the adults in their lives. Discover timeless favourites from Peter Pan and Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland to modern classics such as The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas and The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.

A Concordance To The Plays And Prefaces Of Bernard Shaw

Author: E. Dean Bevan
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Music Journal Annual Anthology

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Strata

Author: Ewa Chrusciel
Editor: Emergency Press
ISBN: 0983022690
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Strata is a series of interconnected lyric prose poems that fluctuate between order and chaos like flocks of swallows rearranging themselves in flight. The rhythmic oscillation of the poems builds into a postmodern story that weaves through the life of a poet who’s migrated from Poland to the U.S. The world is magnificently large from any vantage point and Chrusciel helps us locate something larger than ourselves by constantly holding both the particular of her life and the universe at each moment. With the title, Strata, meaning "loss" in Polish and "accretion" in English, Chrusciel braids, juxtaposes, and synthesizes through repetition, despite a wide range of subjects. Her alchemy includes exquisite details about parents and ancestry, the paradoxes of belonging to two languages, the miracles of existence, the joy and angst of love and belonging, the sorrow and dislocation of Eastern block politics, and a chorus of spiritual incantation and transient revelation.

Journal

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Parliamentary Papers

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The Journal

Author: Deborah D. Moore
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1618686224
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After half of the town of Moose Creek died during another flu outbreak, Allexa Smeth was a lost soul. With Colonel James Andrews, she decided to set out to find the rift that broke the Upper Peninsula in half. Finding the colonel's men was a priority, but they didn't know it would mean getting into more than they bargained for-and possibly more than they could handle.--Good reads.

Empire Of Gold

Author: Andy McDermott
Editor: Bantam
ISBN: 0345530322
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A RUMOR OF RICHES. A MAZE OF MURDER. AND THE WORLD’S MOST DANGEROUS, SOUGHT-AFTER PRIZE. Nina Wilde and Eddie Chase possess extraordinary pieces of an ancient puzzle that leads them from Singapore to the jungles of South America. Inside a storm of political and drug warfare, Nina is getting close to one of history’s greatest secrets: the mythical golden city of El Dorado. As one discovery unveils another, Nina realizes that a legendary Incan leader made a deal with his Spanish captors—and hid forever the real El Dorado. Now, Nina and Eddie face a maze of death traps and betrayals, including one that reaches into Eddie’s past in Afghanistan, even into his own family in England. Behind a waterfall in Peru is an unfound wonder of the world. And to get there, Nina and Eddie may have to sacrifice everything: their friends, their love for one another, even their lives.

God In You

Author: Dr. David Jeremiah
Editor: Multnomah
ISBN: 0307831272
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For many believers, the mystery of the Holy Spirit remains just that. God in You, now in popular trade paperback format, is the layperson's guide to this often-misunderstood member of the Trinity. Pastor David Jeremiah explores the Holy Spirit in concrete terms, leaving abstract concepts behind. Not an idea, not an influence, not some vague, mystical force, Jeremiah explains, the Holy Spirit is actually the almighty God of the universe come to live inside the believer's skin. And a clear understanding and appreciation of His attributes can ignite the passion of every Christian's walk with Christ. In this compelling, gently instructive book Jeremiah affirms, "Without [the Spirit], we're about as useful to God's kingdom as an unplugged toaster."