Updated annually by the most trusted name in travel, the AAA Easy Reading Road Atlas provides comprehensive map coverage for the U.S. and Canada, along with overview and capital city maps for Mexico and Puerto Rico. The atlas features crisply defined roads, handy driving distance charts and several two-page maps for better scale. And, it's all in an easy-to-read type 40 percent LARGER than our standard road atlas.
This book provides information literacy practitioners with a thorough exploration of how threshold concepts can be applied to information literacy, identifying the important elements and connections between each concept and relating theory to practical methods that can transform how librarians teach. • Provides an essential, foundational text on the theory behind the new ACRL Framework for Information Literacy • Supplies librarians with the context to frame the work they do with information literacy in the same manner as faculty • Demonstrates how librarians sharing pedagogical approaches with faculty enable more cooperative projects, better faculty-librarian communication, and truly integrated librarian instruction
The Atlas contains full color maps of each state and province with many insets of cities, national parks or other interest. It has more than 58,400 indexed cities and towns, more than any other road atlas. Each state and provincial map has individual st
Biography & Autobiography by Amanda Eppley & John Hourihan
There is a perversion of the American Dream that says greed is good, and that we should live, love, work, and advance inside the fences drawn by politics, religion, and laws. It is wrong. Through senseless inner-city death, the My Lai massacre, the taking of the Pueblo, a drug-addled return from Vietnam, and a trip across the United States with a Frisbee, the authors tell how The American Dream is still reachable, but you have to get out beyond the fences to find it. This book shows how two people did it.
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On a rainy summer evening in Minnesota, a sheriff's deputy steps out of a diner and a few minutes later he's lying dead in the mud. When state investigator Kirk Stevens arrives on the scene, he discovers a single suspect: a hysterical young woman holding the deputy's own gun. She has no ID, speaks no English. Stevens investigates alongside Carla Windermere, his partner in the new joint state and FBI task force, and the two find themselves on the trail of a vast international people trafficking ring. As they hunt down those who exploit desperate women, Stevens and Windermere come face-to-face with a man know as the Dragon: the most vicious man either of them has ever encountered. These women are victims. But can Stevens and Windermere ensure they become survivors?
How did humans evolve biologically so that our brains and social interactions could support language processes, and how did cultural evolution lead to the invention of languages (signed as well as spoken)? This book addresses these questions through comparative (neuro)primatology – comparative study of brain, behavior and communication in monkeys, apes and humans – and an EvoDevoSocio framework for approaching biological and cultural evolution within a shared perspective. Each chapter provides an authoritative yet accessible review from a different discipline: linguistics (evolutionary, computational and neuro), archeology and neuroarcheology, macaque neurophysiology, comparative neuroanatomy, primate behavior, and developmental studies. These diverse perspectives are unified by having each chapter close with a section on its implications for creating a new road map for multidisciplinary research. These implications include assessment of the pluses and minuses of the Mirror System Hypothesis as an “old” road map. The cumulative road map is then presented in the concluding chapter. Originally published as a special issue of Interaction Studies 19:1/2 (2018).
Now in its 36th edition, and compiled in association with the Publishers Association, this is the most authoritative, detailed trade directory available for the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland, listing over 900 book publishers. Comprehensive entries include, where available: - full contact details including addresses and websites - details of distribution and sales and marketing agents - key personnel - listing of main fields of activity - information on annual turnover, numbers of new titles and numbers of employees - ISBN prefixes including those for imprints and series - details of trade association membership - information on overseas representation - details of associated and parent companies. In addition to the detailed entries on publishers, the Directory offers in-depth coverage of the wider UK book trade and lists organizations associated with the book trade: packagers, authors' agents, trade and allied associations and services. The directory is also available to purchase as an online resource, for more information and a free preview please visit www.continuumbooks.com/directoryofpublishing
Twenty-two short stories, eleven of which were previously published, based on the Rot & Ruin series in which fifteen-year-old Benny Imura and his friends fight a zombie plague in a post-apocalyptic America. Includes a related comic book script.