Process Visual Journeys in Graphic Design is a unique book highlighting the rarely shown sketching and process behind the making of marks and logotypes. It is based on the work by the studio BankerWessel.
In Basic Biomechanics, Eighth Edition, the focus is on the anatomy and movement capabilities of the human body, explained with examples of relevant sport, clinical, and daily living applications. The quantitative aspects of biomechanics are presented in a manageable, progressive fashion, using a structured and problem-based format with practical advice.
Biomimicry for Materials, Design and Habitats: Innovations and is a survey of the recent work of recognized experts in a variety of fields who employ biomimicry and related paradigms to solve key problems of interest within design, science, technology, and society. Topics covered include innovations from biomimicry in materials, product design, architecture, and biological sciences.
An illustrated practical and reference text for physiotherapists, medical doctors, team clinicians, athletic trainers, sports therapists, sports rehabilitators and trainers, as well as students in the health professions. Focuses on the health benefits of exercise and discusses the current medical issues in sport.
The eleventh edition of Essentials of Athletic Injury Management is written for those students interested in the fitness profession, kinesiology, coaching, or some aspect of sport science or physical education.
Examines human motion through the integrated presentation of anatomy and biomechanics and applying that knowledge to a variety of motor skills. This text combines coverage of physiology with scholarship in biomechanics as applied to motor skills.
This is a handbook-style guide to specific items you can act on. ou will also find scenarios to handle and improve existing legacy issues. What you'll learn Never trust your users - escape all input HTTPS/SSL/BCA/JWH/SHA and other random letters, some of them actually matter Password Encryption and Storage for Everyone Authentication, Access Control, and Safe File Handing Safe Defaults, Cross Site Scripting and other Popular Hacks.
"With pages of specific actionable advice, he details how to build better security into the design of systems, software, or services from the outset. You'll explore various threat modeling approaches, find out how to test your designs against threats, and learn effective ways to address threats that have been validated at Microsoft and other top companies."-- From publisher's description.
A celebration of all 55 countries on the African continent! Beautifully-written text captures Africa’s unique mix of the modern and the traditional, as she explores its geography, its peoples, its animals, its history, its resources and its cultural diversity.
"Did you know the natural world is a construction zone? Amazing animals all over the world are building all kinds of structures every single day. This fascinating, fact-filled book will captivate young scientists and naturalists and have them looking out for animal construction projects happening in their own backyards!"-- Provided by publisher.
"In this simple, boldly illustrated lift-the-flap board book, little readers will discover simple facts about five different scientists, each in a different field! Kids will meet: Jane Goodall, Marie Curie, Stephen Hawking, Mae Jemison, Charles K. Kao. Each spread describes something scientists do or study, then includes a satisfying lift-the-flap that reveals a scientist in action using a familiar tool! A perfect introduction to exciting science role models!"-- Provided by publisher
This is the story of Andy Warhol--and how his pop art took the world by storm. From drawing shoes for a shoe company to his Campbell's Soup cans and Marilyn Monroe prints, Andy made art out of the everyday. People claimed Andy's art wasn't real art, but that didn't stop him from making it, plus movies, a magazine, a TV show, and more!
So far second grade is not living up to Audrey Locke's hopes. Because she is not really the best at anything, the other girls leave her out. Even Diego, her best friend from first grade, is hanging out with the other boys. But things may be getting worse because starting Monday she will not even be the only Audrey in second grade.
"Bear is . . . a new friend, a fellow mischief-maker, a protector, and a dreamer. Through all the many ups and downs of a little girl's childhood, Bear is there to provide love and support. Until it is time to say goodbye . . . and hello again."-- Amazon.com
Imagines a day in the boyhood of Japanese American artist, Isamu Noguchi, while wandering through an outdoor market, through the forest, and then by the ocean, seeing things Isamu sees through the eyes of a young artist.
"A day at the community pool is full of water magic--dunking and diving with friends; somersaulting, walking on your hands, and bursting up through the surface like a tortoise. But when a thunderstorm comes and a little brother ventures too close to the pool's edge, will our main character be quick enough and brave enough to save the day?" -- Publisher's description.
"Captain Cat sees three yellow birds on his pirate ship. Will they join Captain Cat for lunch, or will they become her lunch? One brave bird has a plan in this sweet story about misunderstanding and unlikely friendship"-- Provided by publisher.
"It's a puzzle. It's a read-aloud. It's a Rubik's cube on paper. This striking, delightfully different exploration of shape, color, and patterns redefines what a picture book can be. Read it once, read it ten times; see something new every time. An elegant and simple approach to explorations of profound depth, this enigmatic, thought-provoking concept book shows young readers that everything in the world can be seen from infinite perspectives"-- Provided by publisher.
An adorable board book of puppy love. Corgi can do LOTS of things. Corgi can play! Corgi can cuddle! Corgi can shake! Corgi can...roll around in a muddy puddle. Oh, corgi. There are so many things you can do, and so many reasons that we love you. This board book with simple text and adorable art is as easy to fall for as it is to read.
Doggo, an older dog, is used to things a certain way. When Pupper shows up, Doggo's routine changes. Pupper is very playful and soon the humans realize Pupper needs some training. But when Pupper comes back from puppy school, Doggo senses that, although Pupper is well-behaved, he isn't happy.
"Before he was Dr. Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, Anthony Fauci was a curious boy in Brooklyn, delivering prescriptions from his father's pharmacy on his blue Schwinn bicycle." Provided by publisher.
Duck, Duck, Moose! Where is Goose? Help four friends search for Goose in this laugh-out-loud rhyming picture book from Geisel honor winner Mary Sullivan, perfect for reading aloud and for fans of I Yam A Donkey and The Bad Seed.
"Lawrence Anthony and Françoise Malby love animals--so when they hear that a herd of wild African elephants needs a new home, they welcome the herd to their wildlife sanctuary--Thula Thula--with open arms. What follows in this beautifully illustrated true story is an extraordinary cross-species friendship that will move readers and warm the hearts of animal lovers at every age"-- Provided by publisher.
"Science is all around us in our daily lives. Specifically, chemistry! When your bread toasts, when your shampoo foams, when the playground slide rusts--those are all chemical reactions. In this book, a mother and daughter experience all these things and more as they go about their day, from when they wake up, to when they go to bed."--Jacket flap.
"Enrique is a U.S. citizen-but the rest of his family isn't. When he hears a rumor of a police raid, Enrique must face the possibility of being separated from his parents and sister"-- Provided by publisher
In their fourth adventure, classroom mice Fergus and Zeke--after a few false starts--jump into a creative project to help the kids mark the one hundredth day of school. Fergus and Zeke love being the class pets in Miss Maxwell's classroom, and they do everything the students do.
"In Manú National Park in Peru, an amazing fourteen different species of monkeys live together. That's more than in any other rainforest in the world! How can they coexist so well? Find out in this lyrical, rhyming picture book that explores each monkey's habits, diet, and home, illustrating how this delicate ecosystem and its creatures live together in harmony"-- Provided by publisher.
Frankie and dad are going on an adventure--to the animal shelter! Frankie meets lots of doggies--big ones and shaggy ones, shy one and snuggly ones--but which dog should they choose? And what if Kitty is unhappy about this new family member? From furry nuzzels to belly tickles, this sweet, rhyming story is full of all the things that make dogs the perfect friends--most especially patience and love.
Blink and Block are back in another STEM-inspired I Can Read Comic by author-illustrator Vicky Fang! This time, Block is drawing in the park, but Blink wants to play. So much, in fact, that Blink can't stop pressing Block's buttons . . . literally. Blink is silly and Block is logical, and they're best when they're together! Whether they're searching for treasure, playing pretend, or learning to compromise, Blink's imagination and Block's clever ideas turn any ordinary day into the most fun ever.
Competitive fox siblings Fritz and Franny both love ice cream, but when Mr. Bear's ice cream truck stops on their street they spend so much time trying to outdo each other imagining multiple flavors and toppings (while all the other kids are getting their cones) that the only flavor left is marshmallow pickle ripple--and they can only have one scoop each.
"A picture book biography of American inventor Leo Fender. Leo loved to tinker and take things apart and put them back together again. His inventions--which included the Telecaster and the Stratocaster electric guitars--would inspire the rock-n-roll generation and go on to amplify the talents of many legendary guitarists." -- Provided by publisher.
"This STEM-focused story provides a window into the past and shows how one invention went on to affect generations to come--and teaches kids how they can prevent pollution in their own neighborhoods today"-- Provided by publisher
"Henry is desperate for a little peace and quiet from his extremely chatty roommate Marvin, and after Henry finally loses his cool, these hamsters must find ways to compromise and live together"-- Provided by publisher.
"The debut picture book by author and human rights activist Qasim Rashid that celebrates good deeds during the month of Ramadan. It's the first day of Ramadan and Hannah wants to be a part of this important month every way she can." -- Provided by publisher.
Poor Pangolin! He's trying to explain who he is, but the other animals keep getting confused. A pangolin might be a very unusual animal, but in this very funny story of mix-ups and misunderstandings, he discovers the rarest creature of all: a friend who really listens and likes you for who you are. Includes some interesting facts about pangolins.
"The girl in this story loves insects. Her friend does not like insects. Like them or not, children will learn many interesting facts, as well as why insects are essential to human survival"-- Provided by publisher.
"Away behind the hills you'll find a charming little house. Who's inside? Knock knock... A boy packing his suitcase. Lift the flaps to see what he takes, and travel with him over oceans and mountains, under water and into the forest"--Publisher's website.
The little red chicken wakes up hungry for one thing: cookies! Papa thinks nursery rhymes would make a better morning treat--and an excuse to rest in bed a little longer. But with little Chicken, nothing happens quite as planned.
Little Mouse cannot sleep because it is too quiet, but when he really listens he finds the night is full of all sorts of sounds--so many, in fact, that it is too noisy to sleep-- Provided by Publisher.
Juana's life in Bogotá, Colombia, is just about perfect. Every now and then a big problema comes along--like having to learn English or Juana's mami getting remarried--but things eventually settle down, and life goes back to feeling pretty perfect again." - Amazon.com
Zora was a girl who hankered for tales like bees for honey. Now, her mama always told her that if she wanted something, "to jump at de sun", because even though you might not land quite that high, at least you'd get off the ground. So Zora jumped from place to place, from the porch of the general store where she listened to folktales, to Howard University, to Harlem.
"Salvador Dalí struggles to follow the rules and fit in with his peers, until one day he realizes that artists can be and do anything they like. This realization gives him the freedom to truly be himself"-- Provided by publisher.
"Inspired by a true story, Kafka and the Doll recounts a remarkable gesture of kindness from one of the world's most bewildering and iconic writers. In the fall of 1923, Franz Kafka encountered a distraught little girl on a walk in the park. She'd lost her doll and was inconsolable. Kafka told her the doll wasn't lost, but instead, traveling the world and having grand adventures! And to reassure her, Kafka began delivering letters from the doll to the girl for weeks. Includes an author's note and a short bio."-- Provided by publisher
"Book introduces the reader to kittens. Some are quiet. Some meow to say 'hello.' They are all so cuddly. What do you know about kittens? With this book, you can become an expert! Feel like a pro with exciting photos, expert facts, and fun challenges."-- Provided by publisher.
"There once was an owl who lived in a tree. Until one day her home was uprooted and she was taken far away from what she knew. Follow Rockefeller ("Rocky") the owl as she journeys to the bustling center of New York City and she's discovered among the branches of the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree. With human kindness and a dash of holiday spirit, can this brave little owl find a new home?"-- Provided by publisher.
"Maxine and her best friend Leo must find a way to keep animals from eating their new garden, but when they can't agree on a way to get rid of the unwelcome guests, their friendship might be on the line too"-- Provided by publisher.
When a little truck gets stuck in the mud, his other truck friends come to his aid. At the end of the day, it's fire engine to the rescue! And the five friends celebrate by playing together in the slippy, sloshy, oh-so-mucky mud.
"In this beautiful celebration of immigration, children from around the world tell their stories, sharing their love of where they're from and where they live now--homes old and new. As they describe the foods they eat, the languages they've learned, the sports they play, and more, the differences and similarities that link us all are revealed"-- Provided by publisher.
"A collection of original poems that celebrate family, universal childhood experiences, and the pure pleasure a young girl feels as her mastery and understanding grow throughout the seasons of a year"-- Provided by publisher.
Early in the twentieth century, Nathan embarks on a voyage from Russia to New York City hoping to become an opera singer, and works hard while missing his home and family. Includes note about the author's grandfather, who inspired the story, and his children.
When Littletown Library is destroyed by a tornado, it seems like book-loving Nia is the only one who cares; so she starts the "new free library" under the tree where she used to read, and writes out familiar stories and rhymes that are just a little bit wrong, and encourages the people who check them out to correct them--until soon the whole of Littletown is filled with people reading and writing books
When his busy father prompts him to get ready for an exciting family cookout, an exuberant young Pablo decides that he would rather not wear his pants and would have more fun finding other ways to use them.
A moving bilingual ode to the unshakeable bond between a parent and child in the tradition of Runaway Bunny and The Wonderful Things You Will Be. If I were a sheep, you would be a lamb. If I were a bear, you would be a cub. As a mother holds her toddler, they muse over the way their love would translate if they were different animals. But no matter how they change, they will always be us.
"Pineapple's entire routine is turned upside-down when new kitten Kiwi copies everything Pineapple does. But eventually Pineapple learns that having a friend makes everything better"-- Provided by publisher.
"Pill Bug rolls alone. Pill Bug does not need anybody. And Pill Bug likes it that way, until he finds himself in a tight spot! Can he get out of this on his own, or does Pill Bug need a helping hand?"-- Amazon
Pug and Pig and their friends Robin and Squirrel love digging in the garden and zooming around the backyard together. But there's another "friend" in the backyard who isn't quite so friendly. That's Cat. What does Cat love doing?
Told in rhyme, Moby Shinobi and his dog Toby volunteer to drive when his friend Jenny's junior race car driver fails to show up, but as usual his enthusiasm ends up in a mess of oil spills, flat tires, and wrong turns--but he redeems himself by repairing the oil leak, and wins the race for Jenny.
"...Roberta rescues tiny creatures. You know, the ones stranded in the middle of the sidewalk. A lot of the time, that earns her funny looks from kids in school. But when a swarm of baby spiders finds its way into the classroom, Roberta will save the day with her knowledge and creativity, showing everybody that tiny creatures aren't so scary after all. They just need friends who rescue and understand them!"-- Publisher's description.
Max the dog is sick today, but have no fear - Baby Cakes the cat is happy to take his place! But when the book tells her to dig a hole, fetch a stick, and guard the sheep, the cat responds in very un-doglike ways"--Back cover
"Introducing Starla Jean! She's full of moxie, clever as a fox, and obsessed with catching a chicken she finds at the park. When Starla first sees the scrawny bird wandering around, she just knows they're destined for one another. Her dad says, 'If you can catch it, you can keep it, ' and Starla Jean is not one to back down from a challenge"--Macmillan.com
This gorgeously illustrated collection of 366 animal poems for all ages features both classics and new discoveries written by a vast array of poets, including William Blake, Christina Rosetti, Matsuo Basho, and Emily Dickinson.
" Beep-beep! Little Blue Truck and his good friend Toad are excited to meet a bright yellow school bus on the road. They see all the little animals lined up in the school bus's many windows, and Blue wishes he could be a school bus too. What a fun job--but much too big for a little pickup like Blue."-- Publisher description.
"When a little slug finds new friends in the backyard, she notices they look a lot like her ... except they have shells! Maybe a shell is exactly what she needs to fit in--but finding one is a lot harder than it sounds!"-- Provided by publisher.
Readers will fall in love with Raúl the Third's unique visual style as Kooky Dooky helps luchador El Toro train for his next wrestling match! Little Lobo introduced readers to his wrestling hero El Toro in Vamos! Let's go to the Market!. Now El Toro is off on his own adventures in this early reader series!
"A party of jays, a parade of elephants, a stench of skunks, and so many more make up this delightfully funny and informative picture book about animal group names! Packed with vibrant art, young readers will not only learn what we call certain groups of animals, but it will tickle them with literal images. That party of jays? Those birds have party hats and streamers galore!"-- Publisher description.
Call Number: Coretta Scott King Award F704.T92 W43 2021
Publication Date: 2021
"Celebrated author Carole Boston Weatherford and illustrator Floyd Cooper provide a powerful look at the 1921 Tulsa race massacre, one of the worst incidents of racial violence in our nation's history"-- Provided by publisher
"In this funny story, we meet the Mongolian Death Worm family: Beverly, Trevor, Neville and Kevin. In spite of their deadly reputation, they're determined to make nice and win over the other animals. Their overtures of friendship are . . . not reciprocated. But when disaster strikes, it's the Mongolian Death Worm family to the rescue!"--Amazon.
An indigenous teen girl is caught between two worlds both real and virtual in the YA fantasy debut from bestselling Indigenous author Wab Kinew. Bugz is caught between two worlds. In the real world, she's a shy and self-conscious Indigenous teen who faces the stresses of teenage angst and reserve life.
This story is about the power of memory. Not just the beautiful memories, like the ones my mother and father had about eating watercress in China, but also the difficult ones, the memories that are sometimes too painful to share.
"Join a cat and puppy pair through their day--the ups of being fed and romping through grass, and the downs of days that are too short and things that don't go as planned--as they realize that sometimes the very best thing that can happen is just being together."-- Publisher's description.
Influenced by astronomy education research, 21st Century Astronomy offers a complete pedagogical and media package that facilitates learning by doing, while the new one-column design makes the Fifth Edition the most accessible introductory text available today.
"A business may need a well-defined budgeting process in order to estimate its future financial situation and arrange for appropriate amounts of financing and personnel. Budgeting: A Comprehensive Guide provides clarity to the process by showing how to assemble a complete set of budgets, as well as supporting procedures, controls, and reports. It also addresses several variations on the basic budgeting concept - the flexible budget and the zero-base budget. And for those organizations that prefer to operate without the rigidity of a formal budget, the book discusses how to do so. In short, Budgeting provides the complete toolkit of solutions for building a tailor-made budgeting system." --Amazon.com.
"Calculus with Applications, Brief Version, Eleventh Edition by Lial, Greenwell, and Ritchey, is our most applied text to date, making the math relevant and accessible for students of business, life science, and social sciences. Current applications, many using real data, are incorporated in numerous forms throughout the book, preparing students for success in their professional careers. With this edition, students will find new ways to help them learn the material, such as Warm-Up Exercises and added ‘help text’ within examples." -- Provided by publisher.
James Henslin shares the excitement of sociology. With his acclaimed "down-to-earth" approach and personal writing style, the author highlights the sociology of everyday life and its relevance to students' lives. With wit, personal reflection, and illuminating examples, Henslin shares with readers his passion for sociology.
This user-friendly, best-selling lab manual examines the basic processes of geology and their applications to everyday life. Featuring contributions from over 200 highly regarded geologists and geoscience educators, along with an exceptional illustration program by Dennis Tasa.
The 11th edition of Contemporary Management by Jones/George continues to provide students the most current and up-to-date account of the changes taking place in the world of business management.
In this revision, the focus is on making Principles of Management relevant and interesting to today's students - something that we know from instructor and student feedback engages them and encourages them to make the effort necessary to assimilate the text material.
Authors Laura Kay and Stacy Palen have developed pedagogy that helps students understand the process of science, and how physical principles are used to discover the origins of the universe. The authors emphasize how we know what we know in the figures, text, and end-of-chapter material.
How does using FaceBook affect your personality? Do selfies show the real you? You'll find the answers in Theories of personality, 11th Edition, which gives you a clear and cogent introduction to this dynamic field.