There are games that stand the test of timeperformances that years, even decades later bring a smile or in some cases a grimace, to a fan's face. They are indelible moments that, when strung together, give you a sense of a college's history. In Slices of Orange, Sal Maiorana and Scott Pitoniak recapture the heroics of running back Jim Brown's 43-point performance against Colgate at old Archbold Stadium; the pain of Keith Smart's jumper that denied Syracuse a national title in 1987; and the joy of forward Carmelo Anthony's levitation act in the 2003 NCAA basketball championship game. They tell of the fierce SU-Georgetown basketball rivalryand John Thompson's incendiary comments that ignited itand how the Gait brothers, Paul and Gary, revolutionized the game of lacrosse and laid the foundation for a college sports dynasty.
In this debut collection of coming-of-age stories, Canales intoduces the reader to the cultural traditions and activities of a border community: homage to the Virgin of Guadalupe, the celebration of the day of the Three Magi, a carousel of unique saints, and a flock of very special pink plastic flamingos. With the passage of time, the narrator discovers changes within herself and the community around her.
If each orange has 8 slices and each slice has 2 seeds, how many seeds are there in all? You'll have fun wether you multiply, add or count your way through the math puzzles hiding in the world all around you. In this companion volume to How Many Snails?, dynamic illustrations and appealing words combine to introduce beginning math concepts and reinforce visual literacy.
Created by the United States Department of Agriculture's Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion, this Web site is an online version of Recipes and tips for healthy, thrifty meals. See why this book is more than a cookbook because it provides basic cooking and food safety guidance, while everything presented conforms to the recommendations in the USDA food guide pyramid.
This book offers a revolutionary way to manage and prevent migraine and otherheadaches through diet. Readers will learn which foods can trigger headaches, how to determine which ones affect them, and how to prepare meals that reduceone's chances of getting a migraine.