Lawrence presents inspirational and encouraging thoughts that will entice readers to explore their own spirituality and meaning for life. These prose poems give spiritual insight into life's meaning, fulfillment, and direction with a mainstream appeal.
Based on events surrounding efforts to authenticate the Shroud of Turin, BeauSeigneur takes readers on a brilliantly researched and vividly imagined journey to find whether a forbidden experiment will lead to the Triumph of Man--or the Wrath of God.
In a take-off on the best-seller, Embraced by the Light, cats share their tales of the afterlife--a place of catnip gardens, oceans of cream, and deserts of kitty litter--in hopes of teaching every cat to live each life to the fullest.
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Humanities, Social Sciences & World Languages
Science Activities for Elementary Students, Eleventh Edition, a revision of George Lorbeer and Leslie Nelson’s classic Science Activities for Children, gives instructors practical, fun, hands-on learning activities to help teach children about science and problem-solving skills. Each activity follows the same step-by-step format: Problem, Procedure, Result, Supplemental Information, and Thought Questions. The activities are accompanied by simple illustrations that help clarify procedures and expected results. With a total of nearly 600 activities in both spiral-bound books, future science teachers will find a wealth of ideas to help them become more effective in the classroom. Science Activities for Elementary School Children features basic, introductory activities while Science Activities for Middle School Children contains more rigorous, more challenging, higher-level science activities. The elementary text discusses basic ecology, while the middle school book has activities about the Greenhouse Effect, the Icehouse Effect, Ozone Depletion, and the Eutrophication of some of our fresh water supplies. Both texts are an excellent and comprehensive resource that future and practicing teachers of elementary science will want to keep at arm’s length for ready reference.
A unique book for people who want to have many choices to light their homes &/or their place of business. It covers lighting for renters & owners. It covers indoor & outdoor lighting. And it covers both electrical lighting & natural daylight. It distills the highly technical information about lighting into easily understandable, how-to information for all kinds of space--offices, retail stores, homes, churches, conference rooms, & restaurants. Reviewers have praised its readability & the 270 line drawings that augment the text. Among other things, it covers light for reading in bed without disturbing your partner & light without fading for art collections. The 3-page bibliography can be used as a basis for self-study. The 12-page index has 376 topics to assist finding information quickly. It contains Rules of Thumb, See for Yourself experiments, & Sample Electric Costs to guide the reader to make informed decisions. This book is a comprehensive guide presented in an easy-to-understand manner. The author is a lighting designer, national lecturer, chairperson of IES residential lighting committee, & a continuing education administrator at Florida State University. To order: Durwood Publishers, P.O. Box 37474, Tallahassee, FL 32315-7474.