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the Book of Lists for Teens by Sandra Choron,Harry Choron Book Resume:
Face it: no self-respecting young adult likes to be caught out of the know. But few teenagers have the time or inclination to plow through Web sites, almanacs, and weighty reference books to find the answers to all their questions. The Book of Lists for Teens is an informative, lively, and engaging source of information about all kinds of things, and it’s fun. It’s all here: everything that matters most to people aged twelve to sixteen, from lists on cyberfun, music, and movies to advice about social pressures, family matters, and planning for the future. Packed with Internet addresses, recommended reading, and project ideas, The Book of Lists for Teens provides a resource that goes far beyond its pages. Featuring: • Tips for raising well-adjusted parents • Consumer scams especially aimed at teens • Foods to eat before taking a test • Tips for buying a stereo • How to stay safe at concerts • Reasons to keep a private journal (and ways to make sure it stays that way—private!) And much, much more . . .
Math and Nonfiction by Jennifer M. Bay-Williams,Sherri L. Martinie Book Resume:
Math and Nonfiction, Grades 6-8 is an invaluable resource for all middle school teachers as they work to develop their students' mathematical understanding and enjoyment. The lessons inspire students to collect and analyze data, use proportional reasoning, and explore probability, relationships between two- and three-dimensional objects, pi, and more.
God of Justice by David E. Leininger Book Resume:
With the Ten Commandments such an integral part of today's "culture wars," it would seem to be a safe assumption that most people are familiar with what the commandments actually say. Yet many surveys indicate otherwise -- and even when people can name all of the commandments, they often misinterpret their meaning. For example: - "Do not take the Lord's name in vain" has nothing to do with avoiding getting one's mouth washed out with soap; - "Remember the sabbath day" is not about going to church; - "Honor your father and mother" is not a way to get recalcitrant kids to clean up their rooms; - and despite what most folks think, "You shall not commit adultery" is not primarily about sex! In God of Justice, David Leininger sets the record straight with a new look at this ancient document. He examines the commandments in the context of today's social, cultural, and political environment -- and he concludes that rather than the traditional view of them as ironclad laws, the commandments are actually God's policy statements about what is the bedrock of a good, decent, and just society. When properly understood, the commandments offer God's guidance in establishing a healthy way of life that is rewarding for everyone. With discussion questions included for each chapter, God of Justice is an excellent study resource for adult classes -- and clear and accessible reading that will be stimulating and rewarding for any thoughtful Christian. David E. Leininger is the pastor of First Presbyterian Church in Warren, Pennsylvania. He has also served congregations in North and South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida. Prior to entering the ministry, Leininger worked for almost twenty years in radio and television. He is the author of A Color-Blind Church and Lectionary Tales for the Pulpit (Series VI, Cycle A), and his sermons have appeared in the Best Sermons 4 anthology (Harper-Collins). Leininger has also been a contributing writer for the online services StoryShare and The Immediate Word (www.sermonsuite.com).
Loony Laws & Silly Statutes by Sheryl Lindsell-Roberts Book Resume:
Hundreds of the most ridiculous rules lawmakers have ever put into writing, drawn from actual city, state, and federal statute books. Find what has been forbidden about keeping pets (cats require tail lights in Sterling, Colorado), fishing and hunting, marriage, going to school, and much more. 128 pages, 75 b/w illus., 5 3/8 x 8 1/4.
It's the Law! by Annette Carrel Book Resume:
This facilitator's guide helps adults present young people a view of the U.S. justice system and to involve them in the idea of the legal process, understanding the rights and responsibilities of participating in their government, laws, and the justice system. The guide also helps them understand the consequences of breaking the law. The 18 chapters include: (1) "What This Book Is About"; (2) "What Is a Law?"; (3) "Justice"; (4) "Control"; (5) "Why Do We Need Laws?"; (6) "Who Makes Our Laws?"; (7) "How Our Laws Are Made"; (8) "Kinds of Laws"; (9) "To Change a Law"; (10) "When People Break the Law"; (11) "Under Arrest!"; (12) "The Right to a Trial"; (13) "What Happens at a Trial"; (14) "Juvenile Justice"; (15) "Challenges"; (16) "The Constitution of the United States"; (17)"Amendments to the Constitution"; and (18) "It's All About You!" An expanded glossary of legal terms and a mock trial script conclude the book. (EH)
Planet Wedding by Sandra Choron,Harry Choron Book Resume:
Presents a series of lists on all things nuptial which feature such examples as ten famous proposals, twelve weird weddings laws, seventeen reasons why men get married, and six things the bridal industry doesn't want couples to know.
New York/Mid-Atlantic Gardener's Book of Lists by Bonnie Appleton,Lois Trigg Chaplin Book Resume:
This book compiles vital information for gardeners in the unique climates of New York and the Mid-Atlantic area. This indispensible guide includes valuable expert advice, a list of hot and cold tolerance zones for each plant, web sites for information from state universities in the region, and a listing of botanical gardens and arboreta in which to view the listed plants.
The Curious Book of Lists by Tracey Turner Book Resume:
This compelling, mind-blowing book of lists on every imaginable subject that an inquisitive child wants to understand is un-put-down-able! Filled with details on topics from the most shudder-inducing bugs and the 37 most popular breeds of dog to 10 cures for hiccups and how to say 'Happy New Year' in 20 different languages, this will be a must-have book in every child's collection!.The pages are beautifully illustrated with the colorful and intricate artwork of popular illustrator, Caroline Selmes. A great gift purchase but also a book to buy for yourself!
The Reading Teacher's Book of Lists by Jacqueline E. Kress,Edward B. Fry Book Resume:
The essential handbook for reading teachers, now aligned with the Common Core The Reading Teacher's Book of Lists is the definitive instructional resource for anyone who teaches reading or works in a K-12 English language arts-related field. Newly revised and ready for instant application, this top seller provides up-to-date reading, writing, and language content in more than 240 lists for developing targeted instruction, plus section briefs linking content to research-based teaching practices. This new sixth edition includes a guide that maps the lists to specific Common Core standards for easy lesson planning, and features fifty brand-new lists on: academic and domain-specific vocabulary, foundation skills, rhyming words, second language development, context clues, and more. This edition also includes an expanded writing section that covers registers, signal and transition words, and writers' craft. Brimming with practical examples, key words, teaching ideas, and activities that can be used as-is or adapted to students' needs, these lists are ready to differentiate instruction for an individual student, small-group, or planning multilevel instruction for your whole class. Reading is the center of all school curricula due to recent state and federal initiatives including rigorous standards and new assessments. This book allows to you skip years of curating content and dive right into the classroom armed with smart, relevant, and effective plans. Develop focused learning materials quickly and easily Create unit-specific Common Core aligned lesson plans Link classroom practice to key research in reading, language arts and learning Adapt ready-made ideas to any classroom or level It's more important than ever for students to have access to quality literacy instruction. Timely, up to date, and distinctively smart, The Reading Teacher's Book of Lists should be on every English language arts teacher's desk, librarian's shelf, literacy coach's resource list, and reading professor's radar.
Planet Cat by Arden Moore,Sandra Choron,Harry Choron Book Resume:
The cat’s out of the bag -- a delightful book on all things feline that no cat lover can afford to miss Following in the paw prints of Planet Dog, here is the cat’s meow: a lively, entertaining, one-of-a-kind assemblage of more than 400 lists on all things cat. It’s all here, from the origins of the species to care and training to breeds and behavior to famous cats in history, art, and literature. The book even includes a list of celebrity cat people. Illustrated with more than 150 photographs and line drawings, this irresistible package is sure to delight cat lovers everywhere. How to say cat in 46 languages Hemingway’s cats Cats who changed history Why cats paint Tricks you can teach your cat Great gifts for the pampered cat Cat food recipes An IQ test for your cat Human habits that drive cats crazy And more!