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  • Torro, The silly parrot

    by Virginia Loving Pope
    This is an amusing story about a silly parrot named Torro, and his loving , fun relationship with his precious mommy !! You will share adorable experiences with him in his new home and find joy in all the lessons he learns about LIFE and LOVE.
  • EXPLORING the SCIENCE and BEAUTY of NATURE: Ecosystem Chronicles

    by Ron S. Nolan

    Understanding ecosystem science is becoming critically important around the globe and we all need to do everything possible to protect Planet Earth. Not only because it is the only nearby speck of dust that meets the stringent requirements for biological life, or that there is the risk of a catastrophic asteroid impact or uncontrollable sea level inundation, but there is awesome beauty here in nature.

    With over 400 original photos and graphic illustrations, this book takes readers on jo... more

  • Adi's Animal Adventures

    by Julie Schanke Lyford
    Meet Adi middle schooler, animal lover, and your guide for an amazing adventure. Join Adi as they walk you through their fascinating school, which is home to more than 1,000 animals, including sharks, piranhas, hedgehog, and even an octopus. In Adi’s Animal Adventures, you’ll meet many different animals and learn some interesting facts along the way. Did you know that Sulcata tortoises can live to 150 years old? Kids in grades K-5 will learn not only about animals, but what acceptance look... more
  • Global Warming, Energy, and World peace

    by wasfi youssef
    Tis book explains that the causes of global is the burning of fossil fuels (coal, oil, and natural gas). The biggest harmful effect of global waring is continuous rise of open seas (all the oceans, seas, and gulfs) level. 80% of major cities are coastal cities. If the sea level keeps rising, these cities must be abandoned and their inhabitants mut leave their homes behind and move to higher ground. It would be a disaster of the greatest magnitude. All published information indicate that the rise... more
  • Antarctica Endangered

    by Suzanne Vlamis
    The coldest, driest, windiest and most remote continent on Earth is Antarctica where the Atlantic and Pacific Ocean meet. Due to climate change it is melting at a rapid rate. A great global concern.
  • Making Sense of Cancer

    by Jarle Breivik

    Embark on a captivating journey that will fundamentally change how you see cancer— and perhaps life itself. Cancer is more than a disease. It is an integral part of who we are—complex biological and cultural beings with a limited life span. You will be surprised, challenged, and even amused by this eloquent synthesis of knowledge. Firmly rooted in science and the principles of evolution, this book is a must-read if you aim to understand cancer.

    Jarle Breivik, MD, PhD... more

  • Fish in the Desert: The Untold Story of the Death Valley Pupfish

    by Adalgisa Nico
    A fascinating picture book shares the resilience of a 20,000-year-old species of endangered fish in Death Valley. Adele, is a young girl on a trip with her family to Death Valley National Park in Southeastern California near the border with Nevada—an area known for its extreme temperatures and harsh conditions, and yet mostly unknown that it is teeming with a diverse range of endemic species, plants, and terrain. At Badwater Basin, whose salt-crusted floor is the result of a bygone lake which h... more
  • The Insider's Guide to Engineering

    by Luke Zollinger
    Written for all audiences interested in engineering, this book will inform and refresh the reader on the basics of the profession. Clue in to interesting facts and get a better idea of why engineering is the way it is. Prepare for laughter, education, and enlightenment!
  • Flidgywumper Saves the Seas

    by Karin Westdyk
    Flidgywumper Saves the Seas was written to entertain -- with a rhyming story and incredibly creative illustrations -- while it educates, but most importantly -- inspires children and the adults in their lives to care and ultimately take action to curb the alarming tsunami of plastic pollution in our oceans.
  • UFO Science

    by GO Turner
    The truth may not be as hard to understand as you think! Are you ready to explore the latest theories and evidence behind these incredible craft? Then this book is for you! Uncover the secrets of alien reproduction vehicles, declassified Pentagon incidents, and much more. With this guidebook, you'll have a compendium of emerging physics and a deeper understanding of our place in the universe. Gain a comprehensive overview of the current state of UFO physics: Learn mind-bending theories fr... more
  • The Codex of the Endangered Species Act, Volume II: The Next Fifty Years

    by Lowell Baier
    The Codex of the Endangered Species Act, Volume II: The Next Fifty Years (Rowman & Littlefield; November 15, 2023), edited by legal and environmental historian and attorney Lowell E. Baier, Dr. John F. Organ, and Christopher E. Segal with a foreword by Representative Debbie Dingell (D-MI-6th) and Senator Martin Heinrich (D-NM) looks ahead to the promise of the future.
  • Africa Endangered

    by Suzanne Vlamis
    Africa Endangered – 11 x 13 photography book by Suzanne Vlamis Amazing photos by Suzanne Vlamis are presented in this powerful conversation book. 90 pages and 50 color photographs, covers four journeys and seven countries — Kenya, Tanzania, South Africa, Botswana, Zambia, Rwanda and Zanzibar — between 2008 through 2011. The goal is to focus appreciation, awareness, and advocacy on Africa’s endangered species, indigenous cultures and natural habitats.
  • Soulful

    by David Espindola
    Soulful describes the proliferation of AI and its broad implications for the world of work and society. It explains how Human-AI collaboration will increase productivity in Education, Healthcare, Science, Manufacturing, Service, and many other areas. The book discusses the human condition, what motivates and sets us apart from robots, and how to use our intuition to collaborate with AI. It teaches how to identify and develop unique human capabilities and skills that will be highly valued in the ... more
  • Baby Senses

    by Dr. Jaya Viswanathan
    From industrious ants to mischievous whales, sensing, understanding, and responding appropriately to the world is an essential life function. Throughout millions of years, the nervous system has evolved to perform the crucial function of interpreting the world in various animal species based on the unique challenges they faced in different environments. Drawing simultaneously from contemporary research on sensory and perceptual mechanisms as well as historical documentation of the anatomy of s... more
  • Hurricane Dorian

    by Wayne Neely
    Hurricane Dorian is a heartbreaking tale for The Bahamas. It was one of the strongest North Atlantic hurricanes and the strongest Bahamian hurricane and caused about $3.4 billion in damages to the Bahamian economy. Hurricane Dorian struck Abaco and Grand Bahama with wind speeds of 185 mph and had the highest wind speeds for a North Atlantic landfalling hurricane. The storm caused the death of 74 people in The Bahamas. In addition, more than 75 percent of all homes on Abaco were either damaged or... more
  • A Greater Foundation for Machine Learning Engineering

    by Dr. Ganapathi Pulipaka
    This research scholarly illustrated book has more than 250 illustrations. The simple models of supervised machine learning with Gaussian Naïve Bayes, Naïve Bayes, decision trees, classification rule learners, linear regression, logistic regression, local polynomial regression, regression trees, model trees, K-nearest neighbors, and support vector machines lay a more excellent foundation for statistics. The author of the book Dr. Ganapathi Pulipaka, a top influencer of machine learning in the US,... more