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by Christa SadlerSouthern Utah’s Grand Staircase region is one of the best places in the world to study the Late Cretaceous. In a relatively short period (geologically speaking!) of only 25 million years, southern Utah was at times covered with an ocean teeming with life, swampy shorelines, and massive rivers draining an huge mountain range in the west. The diversity of plant and animal life was astonishing, and the incredible fossil discoveries in these rocks have become a critical piece in a puzzle that stretc... more
by Christa SadlerThe Age of Dinosaurs. This time in Earth’s history is famous for the great reptiles that have captured the hearts and imaginations of people worldwide. But dinosaurs didn’t appear until late in the period known as the Triassic, and at that point in history, many other animals were bigger, fiercer and odder. The day of the dinosaurs had a dawn and the Late Triassic was it. Dawn of the Dinosaurs explores this extraordinary period in the history of our planet—a time when the first dinosaurs walk... more
by Christa SadlerThe Colorado examines nine episodes in the history of our interaction with the Colorado River, from early prehistoric cultures to the Spanish explorations of the lower reaches of the river, the dam building frenzy of the early and middle 20th century, industrial agriculture and the current use of water throughout the region. This beautiful book combines current information, maps, and policy discussion in a stunning format that highlights the beauty and the grandeur of the river and its story. Th... more
by Dale W. CoxFood Science is a discipline that is not well known, and yet the evidence of it is all around us, in our kitchens and in our grocery stores. The Edible Knowledge brand of workbooks has been created by Beakers & Bricks, LLC (of which Dale Cox is the Managing Member) to help people learn about Food Science and gain an understanding of the food we eat. Dale has professional degrees in Food Science along with 23 years' experience working in the food industry. Trough these workbooks his goal is to... more
by Derek Taylor KentYoung Simon Beck is terrified to take the next day's astronomy test, that is until a friendly alien named Neil Newton takes him on a tour of the solar system he will never forget!
by Derek KentKids learn to count by helping The Little Seahorse count all the incredible life in the ocean. Co-written by Sheri Fink.
by Smoky ZeidelWhen Ms. Gardener discovers something has been munching on her milkweed plants, she embarks on a fun and educational monarch butterfly journey that enchants both children and adults.
by John DawsonThe purpose of this treatise is: 1) to draw attention to the presence of situations arising within medical practice in which religious beliefs play an important role. 2) to emphasize the fact that most students and many doctors are given insufficient training in such matters, which are of considerable import to a fair percentage of the public. 3) to provide a few examples of what is meant by a religio-medical situation, and a bibliography for further exploration by the initiate in such matters.
by Aunt Haggis
When a war rages between three colonies and thieves, robbers, and slave hunters infiltrate his home, young and inexperienced Willy must figure out how to stop them and win the unstoppable battle… but how?
by Ophir MottesThe theories of General Relativity and Quantum Mechanics are two main pillars of modern physics, yet they stay a mystery for many. These theories present groundbreaking perspectives of our universe but ones that do not connect well to our intuitive logic. This essay explains what both theories imply about reality, and in doing so, it shines the light on their revolutionary, elusive features.
by Iarn PernellThis book describes how we?ve all been living according to a reality that exists only in our own mind?s creation of what we believe to be reality. It explains how the church has manipulated the purely natural human emotion of fear to instill a belief in their god. Just as each different religion has their god as the only true god, so too does every individual. ?Astrology? is a word used to describe the energies that permeate life on Earth and, as once believed by now-ancient civilizations that w... more
by denise saighThis book has similar looking AK Animal displayed side by side on the same page with distinctive difference so anyone can delineate each animal. Physical features, song, diet, predators, lifespan, breeding, habitat and range, and winter migration for each animal is discussed
by John Benzee
Can you guess what vegetable I am? A tomato? A carrot? Fifteen riddles about various vegetables ask the question, “What am I?” “Each short riddle is written in a fun, rhyming fashion with simple descriptions for each vegetable. Colorful and detailed illustrations of each vegetable provide the answer to the riddle on the preceding page.
Kids will have fun trying to solve these riddles about vegetables that they may encounter on their plate, in the grocery store, or in a garden. Perfect f... more
by Ted JohnsonThis book bridges science and scripture. One supports the other for a complete picture of who we are, how we started and why we exist.
by GazzanigaReflecting the latest APA Guidelines and accompanied by an exciting, new, formative, adaptive online learning tool, Psychological Science, Fifth Edition, will train your students to be savvy, scientific thinkers. Psychological Science, Fifth Edition, is a dynamic introduction to psychology that reflects the latest APA Guidelines. With psychological reasoning at the core of this edition, students will learn to critically evaluate information and become better scientific thinkers. W. W. Norton’s ... more
by Garry RogersThis book describes the birds seen around the author’s home in the center of Dewey-Humboldt, a small Arizona town. A desert stream, the Agua Fria River, passes through the town and across land owned by the author. At the confluence of two small tributaries, the river flood plain supports a 20-acre willow-cottonwood forest. Without houses or trails in its core area, the forest is a safe zone for wildlife. Thousands of birds belonging to more than 100 species stop to rest and forage in the small f... more