By Charles F. Thomas
This name analyzes modern developments and instruments that have an effect on how details is created, kept, came upon and utilized in a innovative technological setting. It offers a framework for librarians to tailor their companies and assets, in-house services and organizational identities to supply a good and powerful group of studying for his or her evolving customers.
By Paula Rabinowitz
"Focusing on very important episodes in pulp heritage, Rabinowitz appears to be like on the wide-ranging results of loose paperbacks allotted to global battle II servicemen and ladies; how pulps triggered vital censorship and primary modification instances; how a few homosexual ladies learn pulp lesbian novels as how-to-dress manuals; the not going visual appeal in pulp technological know-how fiction of early representations of the Holocaust; how writers and artists appropriated pulp as a literary and visible kind; and lots more and plenty extra. interpreting their often-lurid packaging in addition to their content material, American Pulp is richly illustrated with reproductions of dozens of pulp paperback covers, many in color"--Publisher description.
"American Pulp tells the tale of the midcentury golden age of pulp paperbacks and the way they introduced modernism to major road, democratized literature and concepts, spurred social mobility, and helped readers model new identities. Drawing on large unique study, Paula Rabinowitz finds the far-reaching political, social, and aesthetic impression of the pulps among the past due Thirties and early 1960s."--Provided through publisher. Read more...
summary: "Focusing on very important episodes in pulp background, Rabinowitz appears on the wide-ranging results of unfastened paperbacks dispensed to international conflict II servicemen and girls; how pulps caused vital censorship and primary modification instances; how a few homosexual ladies learn pulp lesbian novels as how-to-dress manuals; the not likely visual appeal in pulp technology fiction of early representations of the Holocaust; how writers and artists appropriated pulp as a literary and visible variety; and lots more and plenty extra. interpreting their often-lurid packaging in addition to their content material, American Pulp is richly illustrated with reproductions of dozens of pulp paperback covers, many in color"--Publisher description.
"American Pulp tells the tale of the midcentury golden age of pulp paperbacks and the way they introduced modernism to major road, democratized literature and concepts, spurred social mobility, and helped readers type new identities. Drawing on wide unique examine, Paula Rabinowitz finds the far-reaching political, social, and aesthetic impression of the pulps among the past due Nineteen Thirties and early 1960s."--Provided by means of writer
By Mary Leonhardt
he writer of folks Who Love examining, youngsters Who do not now deals a cornucopia of easy, functional suggestions that might support children--no topic what their age or point of analyzing ability--learn to learn. A separate part identifies books fitted to other kinds of readers, equivalent to women who love horses, young children who like rock bands, and desktop nuts.
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By Jack Canfield
There's not anything higher than a ebook you cannot positioned down—or higher but, a publication you are going to always remember. This ebook places the facility of transformational examining into your fingers. Jack Canfield, cocreator of the bestselling Chicken Soup for the Soul® sequence, and self-actualization pioneer homosexual Hendricks have invited extraordinary humans to proportion own tales of books that modified their lives. What publication formed their outlook and behavior? Helped them navigate tough seas? Spurred them to pride and luck?
The participants contain Dave Barry, Stephen Covey, Malachy McCourt, Jacquelyn Mitchard, Mark Victor Hansen, John grey, Christiane Northrup, Bernie Siegel, Craig Newmark, Michael E. Gerber, Lou Holtz, and Pat Williams, to call quite a few. Their richly diverse tales are poignant, energizing, and entertaining.Author and actor Malachy McCourt tells how a tattered biography of Gandhi, came upon in his early life, provided a shining instance of actual humility—and planted the seeds that will support help his sobriety a long time later.
Bestselling writer and healthcare professional Bernie Siegel, M.D., tells how William Saroyan's The Human Comedy helped him observe that, with a view to effectively deal with his sufferers with life-threatening health problems, "I needed to support them live—not simply hinder them from dying."
Actress Catherine Oxenberg finds how, at a lifestyles crossroads and being affected by bulimia, a ebook taught her the reworking distinction one individual can make within the lifetime of another—and why that individual for her was once Richard Burton.
Rafe Esquith, the award-winning instructor whose inner-city scholars have played Shakespeare worldwide, recounts his deep self-doubt in the middle of his success—and how examining To Kill a Mockingbird reinforced him to proceed teaching.
Beloved librarian and bestselling writer Nancy Pearl writes how, at age ten, Robert Heinlein's technology fiction e-book Space Cadet inspired on her the which means of private integrity and gave her a imaginative and prescient of global peace she'd by no means imagined attainable. years later, she marched in her first civil rights demonstration and discovered that there is continually how to make "a small contribution to intergalactic harmony."
If you are looking for perception and illumination—or easily for that subsequent nice ebook to read—You've obtained to learn This Book! has treasures in shop for you.
By Jan Fergus
Many students have written approximately eighteenth-century English novels, yet nobody particularly is aware who learn them. This examine offers old facts at the provincial analyzing publics for varied kinds of fiction--novels, performs, chapbooks, kid's books, and magazines. Archival files of Midland booksellers established in 5 industry cities and promoting published subject to over thirty-three hundred shoppers among 1744 and 1807 shape the root for brand spanking new information regarding who truly acquired and borrowed other kinds of fiction in eighteenth-century provincial England.
This booklet therefore bargains the 1st strong demographic information regarding real readership in eighteenth-century provincial England, not just in regards to the type, career, age, and intercourse of readers but in addition in regards to the marketplace of obtainable fiction from which they made their choices--and a few hypothesis approximately why they made the alternatives they did. opposite to got rules, within the provinces have been the crucial shoppers for eighteenth-century novels, together with these written by means of ladies. Provincial clients most popular to shop for instead of borrow fiction, and ladies hottest performs and novels written via women--women's works may have performed larger had girls been the significant shoppers. that's, call for for fiction (written through either women and men) used to be approximately equivalent for the 1st 5 years, yet later on the call for for women's works declined. either women and men most well-liked novels with identifiable authors to nameless ones, notwithstanding, and either boys and males have been capable of move gender traces of their studying. Goody Two-Shoes used to be one of many extra renowned kid's books between Rugby schoolboys, and males learn the Lady's Magazine. those and different findings will regulate the best way students examine the fiction of the interval, the questions requested, and the histories informed of it.
By Carol Mattson Porth
The training actions during this examine consultant advertise figuring out of the complicated suggestions excited by body structure and pathophysiology. the big variety of studying and evaluation instruments comprises short-answer, matching, fill-in-the-blank, multiple-choice, and labeling workouts. The publication is helping scholars assessment the necessities, make clear advanced strategies, practice what has been discovered from the textual content, and increase examination functionality. a solution key with rationales is incorporated.
By Gary D. Hammer
A full-color, case-based evaluation of the necessities of pathophysiology--covering all significant organs and systems
The objective of this relied on textual content is to introduce you to scientific drugs via reviewing the pathophysiologic foundation of a hundred and twenty ailments (and linked signs) in general encountered in scientific perform. The authors, all specialists of their respective fields, have supplied a concise overview of correct basic constitution and serve as of every physique method, by means of an outline of the pathophysiologic mechanisms that underlie numerous universal illnesses concerning that system.
Each bankruptcy of Pathophysiology of Disease concludes with a suite of case reviews and questions designed to check your figuring out of the pathophysiology of every medical entity mentioned. those case experiences let you follow your wisdom to express medical events. precise solutions to every case examine query are supplied on the finish of the publication. This distinctive interweaving of physiological and pathological thoughts will positioned you at the direction towards considering symptoms when it comes to their pathophysiologic foundation, supplying you with an realizing of the "why" at the back of sickness and treatment.
- 120 case stories (9 new) provide a chance so that you can try your realizing of the pathophysiology of every medical entity mentioned
- Checkpoint questions supply evaluate and seem in each bankruptcy
- Updates and revisions all through this re-creation replicate the newest study and advancements
- Numerous tables and diagrams encapsulate vital details
- Updated references for every bankruptcy topic
Pathophysiology of Disease is a real must-have source for clinical scholars getting ready for the USMLE Step 1 examination, in addition to scholars engaged of their clerkship reviews. condo officials, nurses, nurse practitioners, physicians’ assistants, and allied healthiness practitioners will locate its concise presentation and huge scope an excellent assist in facilitating their knowing of universal illness entities.
By Virginia A. Walter
This visionary booklet by means of revered kid's library expert and recipient of the inaugural ALA study provide, Virginia Walter, is a choice to motion for libraries serving kids. Walter lets you: -- Write a challenge statement-- Create excellent child areas within the library-- Capitalize on rising traits comparable to net provider and homework assistance-- Adapt innovations from most sensible kid's library courses round the country-- Create tangible results to safe applicable budgets