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The lcky sticky anteater (PZ8.3.B44C27 2000)

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This wonderfully original format has a sticky, stretchy, snappy, super fun, washable tongue and googly eyes right on the cover! Children will laugh out loud as they read the silly verse stories about an anteater who doesn't eat ants. The illustrations are so charming you won't be able to keep your hands off this hands-on entertaining book!

Econometric models and economic forecasts (HB3730.P65R82 1998)

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This is a first course in Econometrics in Economics Departments also Economic/Business Forecasting. Statistics is a prerequisite but no calculus. This book helps the student understand the art of model building. With a clear four part structure, the text includes strong cover of time series and forecasting. Users can claim student accessibility, comprehensive, and appropriate and extensive examples. It requires no matrix algebra. It includes data disk.

Principles of biostatistics (QH323.5.O14G23 2000)


Marcello Pagano and Kimberlee Gauvreau's PRINCIPLES OF BIOSTATISTICS, Second Edition is a concepts-based introduction to statistical procedures that prepares public health, medical, and life sciences students to conduct and evaluate research. With an engaging writing style and helpful graphics, the emphasis is on concepts over formulas or rote memorization. Throughout the book, the authors use practical, interesting examples with real data to bring the material to life.


Pagano (Harvard School of Public Health) and Gauvreau's (Harvard Medical School) concepts-based introduction to statistical procedures prepares health science students to conduct and evaluate research. It includes numerous exercises, probability tables, and examples employing real data. The included CD-ROM contains the datasets described in the book. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Intermediate microeconomics: a modern approach (HB172.V42a 2003)


Varian is “the Adam Smith of the new discipline of Googlenomics.”—Stephen Levy, Wired

For over 20 years Hal Varian’s Intermediate Microeconomics has given students the most current and complete coverage of intermediate microeconomics at an appropriate mathematical level. The Eighth Edition includes contemporary case studies and examples and relevant coverage of the current economic crisis—all in focused, lecture-length chapters.

This text emphasizes the conceptual foundations of microeconomics and provides concrete examples of their application while keeping mathematics to a minimum (chapter appendices cover calculus methods). Chapters have been kept short to facilitate reading at one sitting, and discuss consumer theory followed by producer theory, with more emphasis on consumer theory. This sixth edition contains a new chapter on applications of game theory, and expands coverage of economic models of information networks, and of rights management for information goods. Varian is dean of the School of Information Management and Systems at the University of California-Berkeley. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Global business today (HD62.4.H55 2004)

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Charles Hill's "Global Business Today , 6e" (GBT) has become an established text in the International Business market for several key reasons: it is comprehensive and up-to-date; it goes beyond an uncritical presentation and shallow explanation of the body of knowledge, it maintains a tight, integrated flow between chapters, it focuses on managerial implications, it makes important theories accessible and interesting to students, and it incorporates ancillary resources that enliven the text and make it easier to teach. The success of the first five editions of "Global Business Today" has been based in part upon the incorporation of leading edge research into the text, the use of the up-to-date examples and statistics to illustrate global trends and enterprise strategy, and the discussion of current events within the context of the appropriate theory. Our research has shown that students and instructors alike enjoy the interesting, informative, and accessible writing style of GBT - so much so that the writing has become Charles Hill's trademark. In addition to boxed material which provides deep illustrations in every chapter, Hill carefully weaves interesting anecdotes into the narrative of the text to engage the reader.

If God loves me , why can't I get my locker open? (BV4850.P44If1 1980 )

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Brief essays, Bible references, and discussion questions aid teenagers in applying Bible teachings to daily life.

The art of literary research (PR56.Al7F36 1993)

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Since The Art of Literary Research was first published in 1963, it has been the established guide to the purposes, methods, and pleasures of research in English and American literature. It is the essential companion for courses in bibliography and research techniques and for programs in independent study, advanced composition, and undergraduate honors.

For interested readers who have other vocational plans, its authors-experienced researchers themselves-provide an intimate view of the way professional scholars go about their specialized and challenging tasks.

This extensively revised Fourth Edition takes full account of recent developments that have virtually revolutionized certain important areas of the discipline. The computer, as newly written pages demonstrate, not only has eliminated much of the drudgery formerly associated with the gathering, storage, and retrieval of raw data but has made possible many analytical and lexical operations that had been beyond human capacity, yet without diminishing the amount of sheer brain work still required to produce a genuine contribution to knowledge. The book also suggests that "traditional" literary studies, freshly evaluated, are compatible with the current emphasis on critical theory, not inimical to it.

The ongoing revision of the literary canon under the impact of women's studies, African-American studies, and other movements, as well as the intensified scholarly and critical interest in present-day writers, is reflected in the book's hundreds of illustrative examples, extensive lists of several related books and articles, and hands-on exercises. The exercises range from the simple, short answer type that offer practice in the use of secondary materials such as can be found in any college library, to projects that may occupy a number of weeks of research in primary sources and are geared to the extensive holdings of large university libraries.

The basic rationale and structure of the book, having proved themselves in previous editions, remain unchanged. The first half outlines the principles underlying the critical examination of evidence and describes in detail the chief branches of literary inquiry. Further chapters offer practical advice on bibliographical procedure and note-taking, particularly as these are made more efficient by electronic aids, and on the writing of scholarly papers (in one of the best discussions of the craft of expository prose t be found in any textbook); guide the student through the great American and British libraries whose stocks of books and manuscripts are indispensable to original literary research; and reviews the rewards, obligations, and ethics of the profession.

The last sin eater (PS3568.R52 1998)

From Library Journal

Even in her romances, Rivers (Redeeming Love, LJ 11/1/97) tackles some difficult issues, so this story of a family and a community in turmoil is different from her other books only in that it lacks a love interest. Ten-year-old Cadi's grief over her beloved grandmother?the only person who seemed to love her unconditionally?is compounded by a previous family tragedy for which she believes her family blames her. While at her grandmother's grave, Cadi sees the "sin eater," a human who absolves the residents of the tiny Smoky Mountain community of their sins. Somehow Cadi, touchingly portrayed by Rivers, comes to realize that the sin eater is false and learns of Jesus, and her conversion to Christianity leads to a reconciliation with her family. Rivers delivers both a powerful message about Christian beliefs and the need for forgiveness of sins and an evocative portrayal of life in the 1850s. Highly recommended.

Copyright 1998 Reed Business Information, Inc.

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1999 Gold Medallion Award winner!
Set in 1850s Appalachia, The Last Sin Eater is the story of a community committed to its myth of a human "sin eater," who absolves the dead of their sins, and the ten-year-old child who shows them the truth in Jesus.

Gregor the overlander (PZ7.C69G86 2003)

From School Library Journal

Grade 4-8-In this accessible, almost-cinematic fantasy, Gregor and his two-year-old sister fall into an amazing underground world. Taken in by people who have lived beneath the earth for centuries, the 11-year-old learns about the giant-sized talking creatures that also reside there, including bats, cockroaches, and vicious rats. Gregor just wants to get home, but a prophecy hints that he may be the "overlander" destined to save the humans from the warlike rodents. He is reluctant until he learns that his father, who disappeared from their New York City home a few years before, is a prisoner of the rats. Gregor is not an eager hero, but with common sense, quick thinking, and determination he grows into the role. His sister, who provides some comic relief, also plays a key part because of her ability to befriend creatures, especially the giant cockroaches. Plot threads unwind smoothly, and the pace of the book is just right. Exciting scenes and cliff-hanger chapters are balanced by decisions and interactions that drive the action. Gregor is not the most compelling figure at first, but as the story progresses he becomes more interesting, maturing through the challenges he faces. Supporting characters are generally engaging, particularly the enigmatic warrior rat that claims to support the protagonist's mission. This is an engrossing adventure for fantasy fans and for those new to the genre.
Steven Engelfried, Beaverton City Library, OR
Copyright 2003 Reed Business Information, Inc.

From Booklist

*Starred Review* Gr. 4-7. What if Alice fell down an air vent in a New York City apartment building instead of down a rabbit hole? Collins considers a similar possibility in her exceptional debut novel, a well-written, fast-moving, action-packed fantasy. Eleven-year-old Gregor expects a long, boring summer of baby-sitting his two-year-old sister, Boots, and his senile grandmother. Distracted with thoughts about his father, who disappeared three years ago, Gregor belatedly notices that Boots has crawled into an air vent in the laundry room. He dives in after her, and the two are sucked downward into the Underland, a fantastic subterranean world of translucent-skinned, violet-eyed humans, and giant talking cockroaches, bats, spiders, and rats. Eventually, the terrified Gregor is transformed into a warrior hero who leads a successful battle against an army of invading rats and discovers his father, who has long been held prisoner by the enemy. Collins creates a fascinating, vivid, highly original world and a superb story to go along with it, and Gregor is endearing as a caring, responsible big brother who rises triumphantly to every challenge. This is sure to be a solid hit with young fantasy fans. Ed Sullivan
Copyright c American Library Association.

C.S. Lewis: the man behind Narnia (PR6023.G68 1998)

From School Library Journal

Grade 6 UpAIt is difficult to write about Lewis and not mention his Christianity. Gormley does a good job of focusing on her subject's spiritual life while providing a solid biographical context against which to examine it. His personal relationships, from his troubled one with his father, to his late-in-life marriage to Joy Davidman, are thoroughly explored, both for their import for him as a Christian, and as a writer. Other influences on his work are also discussed. Gormley describes Lewis's relationship with J.R.R. Tolkien, who did not like the "Narnia" books, and with other members of his writers' group, the Inklings, who played integral parts in his life. Quotes from the subject, his family, and friends lend a certain intimacy to the presentation. Pictures of Lewis and those close to him also enhance the book. This title continues what Michael Coren touches upon in The Man Who Created Narnia (Eerdmans, 1996), albeit with a stronger emphasis on Lewis's spirituality. Students looking for more than the basic biography will certainly find it here.ACarol Fazioli, Cardinal Hayes Library, Manhattan College, NY
Copyright 1998 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

From Booklist

Gr. 6^-9. Gormley does an excellent job of introducing Lewis, a Christian philosopher and author, to the many young people who have enjoyed his Chronicles of Narnia. As the author's note and the annotated bibliography show, Gormley has used many sources, including Lewis' own writings, to piece together his story. In doing so, she focuses on how Lewis' early life, including the death of his mother and his uneasy relationship with his father, had a continuing impact on his adult life and his writings. Most central to her story, however, is Lewis' personal journey from atheist to committed Christian, and Gormley frames this inner conflict in a way readers will not only understand but also identify with. Small black-and-white pictures break up the text, but the layout is not particularly inviting. A readable biography that should attract Narnia fans. See the March 1 issue's Professional Reading column for a review of Journey to Narnia, a companion piece to the Narnia Chronicles. Ilene Cooper --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

Business @ the speed of thought: using a digital nervous system (HD30.37.G22 1999)

Amazon.com Review

So where do you want to go tomorrow? That's the question Bill Gates tries to answer in Business @ the Speed of Thought. Gates offers a 12-step program for companies wanting to do business in the next millennium. The book's premise: Thanks to technology, the speed of business is accelerating at an ever-increasing rate, and to survive, it must develop an infrastructure--a "digital nervous system"--that allows for the unfettered movement of information inside a company. Gates writes that "The most meaningful way to differentiate your company from your competition ... is to do an outstanding job with information. How you gather, manage, and use information will determine whether you win or lose."

The book is peppered with examples of companies that have already successfully engineered information networks to manage inventory, sales, and customer relationships better. The examples run from Coca-Cola's ability to download sales data from vending machines to Microsoft's own internal practices, such as its reliance on e-mail for company-wide communication and the conversion of most paper processes to digital ones (an assertion that seems somewhat at odds with the now-infamous "by hand on sheets of paper" method of tracking profits that was revealed during Microsoft's antitrust trial).

While Gates breaks no new ground--dozens of authors have been writing about competing on a digital playing field for some time, among them Carl Shapiro and Hal Varian in Information Rules and Patricia Seybold in Customers.com--businesses that want a wakeup call may find this book a ringer. With excerpts in Time magazine, a dedicated Web site, and an all-out media assault, Microsoft is working hard to push Business @ the Speed of Thought into the national dialogue, and for many it will be difficult to see the book as anything but a finely tuned marketing campaign for the forthcoming versions of Windows NT and MS Office. Nevertheless, as Gates has shown time and time again, him, Microsoft, and perhaps even this book you may ignore at your own peril. --Harry C. Edwards

A guide to econometrics (HB139.K38 2003)


A Guide to Econometrics has established itself as a preferred text for teachers and students throughout the world. It provides an overview of the subject and an intuitive feel for its concepts and techniques without the notation and technical detail that characterize most econometrics textbooks.The fifth edition has two major additions, a chapter on panel data and an innovative chapter on applied econometrics. Existing chapters have been revised and updated extensively,particularly the specification chapter (to coordinate with the applied econometrics chapter), the qualitative dependent variables chapter (to better explain the difference between multinomial and conditional logit), the limited dependent variables chapter (to provide a better interpretation of Tobit estimation), and the time series chapter (to incorporate the vector autoregression discussion from the simultaneous equations chapter and to explain more fully estimation of vector error correction models). Several new exercises have been added, some of which form new sections on bootstrapping and on applied econometrics.This edition is for sale in all of the Americas, the West Indies, and U.S. dependencies only.

Five little monkeys wash the car (PZ7.C46F58 2000)

Amazon.com Review

The five little monkeys and their mama have had it with their "rickety, rattletrap wreck of a car." It's time to sell this old heap. Mama makes a "For Sale" sign and goes inside. But her ever-helpful children worry that the car is too icky, sticky, and slimy, and take matters into their own industrious hands. "I know!" says one little monkey. And next thing they know, they're washing and scrubbing the filthy jalopy. Now it's clean, but still rusty and stinky. The monkeys ponder. "I know!" says one little monkey. Soon the car is painted and perfumed within an inch of its life. Unfortunately, it's not visible to potential buyers. "I know!" says one little monkey. With all these collective brainstorms, it's not long before the sparkly clean, psychedelically colorful car has landed in the swamp, with the five chagrined little monkeys inside, and a gaggle of crocodiles lurking nearby, licking their chops. How will they ever get themselves out of this mess, and sell the car, to boot? "I know!" says one little monkey...

Reading for speed and fluency 1 (PE1128.N21M29 2007)

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Research suggests that 250 words per minute is the target reading speed for fluent second language reading. Reading for Speed and Fluency is a four-book series specifically targeted at developing reading speed and fluency. Ideal for individual or classroom use, the passages are thematically arranged to enable learners to progress through texts within a specific grouping to build on content and vocabulary. Vocabulary is strictly controlled to provide learners practice in reading at an accelerated pace without interference from unfamiliar vocabulary.

Writing research papers: a complete guide (LB2369 .L56 1999)

This market-leading text provides readers with step-by-step guidance through the research writing process, from selecting and narrowing a topic to formatting the finished document. Writing Research Papers backs up its instruction with the most complete array of samples of any writing guide of this nature. The text continues its extremely thorough and accurate coverage of citation styles for a wide variety of disciplines. The fourteenth edition maintains Lester's successful approach while bringing new writing and documentation updates to assist the student researcher in keeping pace with electronic sources.

Available in two formats–perfect-bound and spiral-bound with tabs, a handier format at a slightly higher price)–Lester's text is one that readers will keep throughout their college careers.

Writing with a thesis: a rhetoric and reader ()

WRITING WITH A THESIS is based on the persuasive principle-the development and support of a thesis in order to persuade a reader, which is exactly the skill the beginning writer in freshman composition needs to develop. The book's 52 professional and 10 student essays are almost all short and easy to read so that class time can be devoted not to what the readings mean, but to what they mean for the student's writing.

Business at the Speed of Though (PE1128.P37 2001)

Product Description

Bill Gates is the founder of Microsoft. He thinks that businesses use computers in the same way we use our nervous system. In this book, he describes his idea of a 'Digital Nervous System' - a way for companies to get as much as possible from all the money they have spent on computers.

The cheerios counting book (QA113.M17B63 1998)

Amazon.com Review

What could be more fun than playing with your food? If you're a toddler, not much. So this simple counting book based on the well-loved breakfast cereal has a lot going for it before even being opened, and once it is cracked open, it doesn't disappoint. Big, colorful numerals stand out boldly on a white background, framed by more bright colors. Familiar little toasty O's and luscious-looking pieces of fruit match the number specified on each page: three Cheerios, three strawberries, and a little blurb--"Count O's here/ Say one, two, three!"--all support learning the number 3. One through 10 all share this format; the simplified 11 to 19 appear on a veritable fruit salad of a page, and the climactic 20 claims its own page opposite: "Eat twenty O's when the counting is done!"

Make breakfast time count with this tasty little board book! For more flavorful (if less healthy) counting lessons, see some of Barbara Barbieri McGrath's other books: Hershey's Kisses: Counting Board Book and The M&M's Brand Chocolate Candies Counting Board Book. (Baby to preschool) --Emilie Coulter --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

From School Library Journal

PreSchool-Grade 1-A straightforward teaching tool for learning counting skills. The Cheerios are arranged in organized patterns from 1 to 10, and then from 10 to 100 by increments of 10. Each page has a corresponding number of fruit pieces (banana slices, strawberries, blueberries, etc.) arranged around the borders. Unfortunately, the numbers from 11 to 19 are listed on one page without any pictorial representation. The double-page spreads have an attractive, uncluttered look with white space used effectively. The numbers and illustrations are large enough to be seen by a group. The text is simple with an occasional rhyme, "You can count cereal./What fun it will be!/ See one./Here are two./Now there are three." More clever and unique books about this concept exist, but cereal is an easy-to-access material, and this title could be a useful starting place for children doing their own counting.
Adele Greenlee, Bethel College, St. Paul, MN
Copyright 1998 Reed Business Information, Inc.

If you take a mouse to school (PZ7.N91B64 2002)

Amazon.com Review

Ah, mice. Give them an inch and they'll take a mile. Laura Numeroff and illustrator Felicia Bond, creators of the bestselling picture books If You Give a Mouse a Cookie and If You Take a Mouse to the Movies, are back with If You Take a Mouse to School. As you might imagine, there are great risks in bringing your mouse to school. For starters, he'll ask you for your lunchbox. And then a sandwich. And a snack for later. Still not satisfied, he'll want to participate in everything from math to soccer. Children and adults alike will revel in the hilarious, very cute illustrations of the mouse in the classroom: hanging from the top corner of the blackboard to spell (aptly enough) "precocious" and "adrenaline," writing "'Goodnight Mouse' by Mouse," sitting inside the boy's open backpack playing with a yo-yo, etc. This book is more episodic in nature than the truly cause-and-effect formula of the previous books: "If you give a pig a pancake, she'll want some syrup to go with it." Nonetheless, kids who know and love this rollicking read-aloud series will laugh and play to see a mouse at school. (Ages 4 to 8) --Karin Snelson --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.

From Publishers Weekly

In a rollicking romp, Numeroff and Bond send the energetic, exuberant star of If You Give a Mouse a Cookie and If You Take a Mouse to the Movies (and his boy sidekick) into the classroom. After pulling on his overalls, the diminutive character makes his first request ("He'll ask you for your lunchbox") and then demands a snack, notebook and pencils before climbing into the boy's backpack. Once at school, the mercurial mouse happily bounds from one activity to the next: he spells "a word or two" on the blackboard (Bond shows these as an impressive list headed by "onomatopoeia"), conducts a science experiment (purple matter erupts from his beaker), builds "a little mouse house" out of blocks (the edifice looks quite elaborate) and fashions furniture for it with clay. Realizing he needs something on his new bookshelf, the ambitious critter collects paper and pencils and creates his own book, which he then wants to take home, in "your" lunch box. As animated as the whiskered student it depicts, Bond's art lives up to expectation, featuring her customary crisp colors and kid-pleasing details. Its school setting, tried-and-true tone and popular protagonist mark this title as a winner. Ages 3-7.
Copyright 2002 Cahners Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.

McBroom's zoo (PZ7.F62W49a 1972)

Product Description

In the further adventures of Josh McBroom, the crops grow so fast, you'd better step out of the way when you plant corn, red barns turn blue in the cold, and words freeze still in mid-air. "As fresh as ever."--Booklist.

Best friends wear pink tutus (PZ7.B82J63 1993)

With inspiring and educational stories, Scholastic's Hello Reader series caters to the spectrum of reading abilities among beginning readers. My First Hello Readers use basic words to reinforce phonics and sight vocabulary. The books at this level offer punch-out flash cards plus six additional pages of skill-building activities. Levels 1 - 4 combine a greater vocabulary and longer sentence length. Each book has an introductory letter from an education specialist guiding parents on how to help their children learn to read. Preschool - Grades 2.


When two friends vie for the part of Clara in "The Nutcracker," who will get the part?

Everyone is reading (PE1128.P25 1996)

Product Description

Cambridge Reading is a major reading scheme which provides stimulating books and support materials for the teaching of reading and the development of literacy throughout the primary years.

Book Description

Suitable for children in Year 1 (age 5), Everyone is Reading is one of nine books from the Cambridge Reading Poetry strand. This strand offers a variety of language and illustration styles, with plenty of opportunities for speaking and listening. Children will enjoy playing with rhyming patterns and exploring language. This book has been written by Juliet Partridge and illustrated by Kim Gamble contains three rhymes, Everyone is Reading, Everyone is Busy and Everyone is Doing Maths. Find out what mark, Jan, Gran, Dad, Claire and the rest of the family are doing. Cambridge Reading at Key Stage 1 (Years 1 and 2) offers fiction, non-fiction, poetry and plays to introduce children to a variety of text types, authors and illustrators and provide a firm base for wider reading.

舊約縱覽-上(DVD0 0489)


時間長度: 總長度為約21小時



大衛‧鮑森牧師於1930年出生於英國,被視為英國當代的聖經權威教師。 他在大學時代修習農業,爾後上帝呼召他成為全職傳道人,並於劍橋大學完成神學碩士學位。曾於英國白金漢郡的Gold Hill以及喬福市的Millmead Centre牧會多年,目前經常往來世界各地,教導聖經真理,並從事基督徒領袖的培訓工作。

舊約縱覽-下(DVD 00489)

「舊約縱覽」係根據希伯來版本聖經的架構編排。講員以清晰簡明的圖表,逐一講解舊約各經卷,揭露獨一真神的心意、永恒的救贖計畫及令人稱奇的新約預表,瑰寶俯拾皆是,耶穌的影子處處可見! 雖是早期錄製,但內容精彩完整,是不可多得的研經巨作。

時間長度: 總長度為17小時34分
本合集含8片DVD / 節目內容共分28集

● 約拿書
● 那鴻書
● 阿摩司書
● 何西阿書
● 以賽亞書〈一〉
● 以賽亞書〈二〉
● 彌迦書
● 俄巴底亞書和約珥書〈一〉
● 俄巴底亞書和約珥書〈二〉
● 西番雅書
● 哈巴谷書
● 耶利米書〈一〉
● 耶利米書〈二〉
● 耶利米哀歌

●  以西結書〈一〉
●  以西結書〈二〉
●  以西結書〈三〉
●  但以理書(一)
●  但以理書(二)
●  以斯帖記
●  以斯拉記和尼希米記〈一〉
●  以斯拉記和尼希米記〈二〉
●  歷代志上下
●  哈該書
●  撒加利亞書(一)
●  撒加利亞書(二)
●  瑪拉基書(一)
●  瑪拉基書(二)

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