Book Title : Alphabet Anatomy

alphabet anatomy

Release Date : 2012-08-01
ISBN Code : 9781460200476
Book Author : Linda Jones
Book Publisher : FriesenPress
Total Pages : 32

Book Summary :

Alphabet Anatomy's innovative rhyming verses and unique illustrations instruct on letter sound, recognition, AND how to write the letter, thus its anatomy. Thoroughly entertaining, each letter's heartwarming personality and characteristics will engage and delight children as they discover what the letters do behind the scenes when they're not busy making words. The letters know that the journey to reading is inherently complex, and mastery of these essential skills is absolutely vital for future success. In Alphabet Anatomy, the letters love to share their lives, and their highest aspiration is that each child who meets them will embrace this wondrous journey, and develop a life-long love for not only reading but writing as well. Alphabet Anatomy teaches full understanding of the alphabet, that is, the four inter-connected components: 1. Letter shape knowledge or recognition; 2. Letter name knowledge; 3. Letter sound knowledge; 4. Letter writing ability. In addition, Alphabet Anatomy utilizes the four core elements which extensive research has proven effectively teach reading and provide a solid and effective foundation for proficient reading in later years: 1. Phonological awareness; 2. Letter identification; 3. Vocabulary development; 4. Recall and retell sentences and stories. Soon to come: Meet The Lower Case Letters

Book Title : Alphabet Anatomy Coloring and Workbook

alphabet anatomy coloring and workbook

Release Date : 2014-04-01
ISBN Code : 0990795233
Book Author : Linda Jones
Book Publisher : Alphabet Anatomy
Total Pages : 58

Book Summary :

Meet Alphabet Anatomy's loveable capital letters again in this coloring and workbook that continues to reinforce alphabet knowledge while building reading, language, and handwriting skills. Learn more about the letters and their entertaining lives as you enjoy these activities: * Create art masterpieces with coloring pages. * Practice writing the letters. * Encourage reading readiness with fun sentences. * Improve phonetic awareness. * Build strong vocabulary. Visit our website at alphabetanatomy.com to learn more.

Book Title : Bond James

bond james

Release Date : 2012
ISBN Code : 9781933996257
Book Author : Michelle Disler
Book Publisher : Counterpath Press
Total Pages : 95

Book Summary :

Poetry. Invokes a narrative and intimate distance through the imbalance of power between men and detectives and women and wives, leaving a risky proposition like an alphabet or the simple complexity of memoir and writing about memory. A sobering examination of the ultimate spy-styled popular thriller, a nuanced deconstruction of model masculinity in mass culture. [BOND, JAMES]: alphabet, anatomy, [auto]biography

Book Title : Alphabet Anatomy Parent Guide

alphabet anatomy parent guide

Release Date : 2014-04-01
ISBN Code : 0990795225
Book Author : Linda Jones
Book Publisher : Alphabet Anatomy
Total Pages : 36

Book Summary :

Are you looking for a fun and easy way to teach your child the alphabet and letter recognition? From birth to age 5, the brain develops more rapidly than any other period in a person's life. Parents play the most critical role in facilitating a solid literacy foundation. To accompany our first title in the Alphabet Anatomy series, Meet the Capital Letters, the Parent Guide provides: Thought-provoking questions that incorporate each letter's life and character to help your child develop critical thinking skills. An engaging activity or discussion topic related to each letter. A craft activity to support letter recognition. Additional learning concepts to explore with each illustration such as numbers, colors, and shapes. A fun kinesthetic movement that reinforces each letter's shape. Discover how to help maximize those critical years for your child's most optimal benefit! Visit our website at alphabetanatomy.com to learn more."

Book Title : Anatomy of a Typeface

anatomy of a typeface

Release Date : 1990-01
ISBN Code : 0879233338
Book Author : Alexander S. Lawson
Book Publisher : David R. Godine Publisher
Total Pages : 428

Book Summary :

To the layman, all printing types look the same. But for typographers, graphic artists, and others of that lunatic fringe who believe that the letters we look at daily (and take entirely for granted) are of profound importance, the question of how letters are formed, what shape they assume, and how they have evolved remains one of passionate concern. That exploration of letter forms, and their division and classification into "families" or generic groupings, is the heart of this comprehensive study. Written by an expert who has examined letters all his life, this monumental analysis of letter forms considers a broad and representative range of international typefaces. Lawson explores the vast territory of types, their development and uses, their antecedents and offspring, with precision, insight, and clarity. From Garamond to Bembo to the design and manufacture of sans-serif letters and newspaper types, this is the first full-scale investigation of typefaces since D. B. Updike's classic Printing Types was published in 1922.

Book Title : The Anatomy of Myth

the anatomy of myth

Release Date : 2017-01-11
ISBN Code : 9780190606695
Book Author : Michael Herren
Book Publisher : Oxford University Press
Total Pages : 216

Book Summary :

The Anatomy of Myth is a comprehensive study of the different methods of interpreting myths developed by the Greeks, adopted by the Romans, and eventually passed to Jewish and Christian interpreters of the Bible. Methods of myth interpretation are closely related to developments in Greekphilosophy, beginning with the Presocratics in the 6th century B.C.E. and continuing to the Neoplatonists in the fifth century C.E. Greek thinkers only rarely saw 'myth' as a category of thought in its own right. Most often they viewed myths as the creation of poets, especially Homer and Hesiod, orelse as an ancient revelation that had been corrupted by them. In the first instance, critics attempted to find in the intention of the authors some deeper truth, whether physical or spiritual; in the second, they deemed it necessary to clear away poetic falsehoods in order to recapture an ancientrevelation. Parallel to the philosophical critiques were the efforts of early historians to explain myths as exaggerated history; myths could be purified by logos (reason) and rendered believable. Practically all of these early methods could be lumped under the term 'allegory' - to intend somethingdifferent from what one expressed. Only occasionally did philosophers veer from a concern for the literal truth of myths; but a few thinkers, while acknowledging myths as fictions, defended their value for the examples of good and bad human behavior they offered. These early efforts were invaluablefor the development of critical thinking, enabling public criticism of even the most authoritative texts. The Church Fathers Church took the interpretative methods of their pagan contemporaries and applied them vigorously to their reading of the scriptures. Pagan Greek methods of myth interpretationpassed into the Middle Ages and beyond, serving as a perennial defense against the damaging effects of scriptural literalism and fundamentalism.

Book Title : Introduction to Health Science Technology 2nd

introduction to health science technology 2nd

Release Date : 2016-10-17
ISBN Code : 9781467239660
Book Author : CTI Reviews
Book Publisher : Cram101 Textbook Reviews
Total Pages : 449

Book Summary :

Facts101 is your complete guide to Introduction to Health Science Technology 2nd. In this book, you will learn topics such as as those in your book plus much more. With key features such as key terms, people and places, Facts101 gives you all the information you need to prepare for your next exam. Our practice tests are specific to the textbook and we have designed tools to make the most of your limited study time.

Book Title : Anatomy of Design

anatomy of design

Release Date : 2009-03-01
ISBN Code : 9781610601580
Book Author : Steven Heller
Book Publisher : Rockport Publishers
Total Pages : 208

Book Summary :

DIVAnatomy of Design dissects fifty examples of graphic design piece by piece, revealing an array of influences and inspirations. These pieces represent contemporary artifacts that are well conceived, finely crafted, and filled with hidden treasures. Some are overtly complex. Others are so simple that it is hard to believe there’s a storehouse of inspiration hidden underneath. The selections include all kinds of design work including posters, packages, and more. Each exhibit is selected for its ubiquity, thematic import, and aesthetic significance, and every page shows how great work is derived from various inspirational and physical sources, some well-known, some unknown./div

Book Title : Woelfel s Dental Anatomy

woelfel s dental anatomy

Release Date : 2007
ISBN Code : 0781768608
Book Author : Rickne C. Scheid
Book Publisher : Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Total Pages : 534

Book Summary :

A core anatomy textbook for dentistry, dental hygiene, and dental assisting students, Woelfel's Dental Anatomy provides in-depth coverage of tooth structure, tooth function, morphology, anatomy, and terminology. Revised for greater readability, this Seventh Edition includes more material on the clinical application of tooth morphology and features 690 illustrations, twice as many as the previous edition. Content includes an updated operative dentistry chapter, a new section on sketching teeth in occlusion, and a chart on geometric tooth shapes covered on the National Board Examination for Dental Anatomy and Occlusion. This edition also includes more end-of-chapter review questions and new question sections.

Book Title : Human Brain Anatomy in Computerized Images

human brain anatomy in computerized images

Release Date : 2005-03-24
ISBN Code : 9780198037057
Book Author : Hanna Damasio M.D.
Book Publisher : Oxford University Press
Total Pages : 560

Book Summary :

By using non-invasive tomographic scans, modern neuroimaging technologies are revealing the structure of the human brain in unprecedented detail. This spectacular progress, however, poses a critical problem for neuroscientists and for practitioners of brain-related professions: how to find their way in the current tomographic images so as to identify a particular brain site, be it normal or damaged by disease? Prepared by a leading expert in advanced brain-imaging techniques, this unique atlas is a guide to the localization of brain structures that illustrates the wide range of neuroanatomical variation. It is based on the analysis of 29 normal human brains obtained from three-dimensional reconstructions of magnetic resonance scans of living persons. The Second Edition of this atlas offers entirely new images, all from new brain specimens.

Book Title : The Anatomy of Turkish Cities

the anatomy of turkish cities

Release Date : 1964
ISBN Code : NAP:10435
Book Author : Gerald Walter Schultz
Book Publisher : National Academies
Total Pages : 590

Book Summary :

This study examines the broad urban setting of Turkey. On the basis of representativeness in regional location, age population changes, and functional characteristics, six medium-sized cities--Antalya, Adapazari, Aydin, Diyarbakir, Elazig, and Kayseri--are selected for detailed study. A short summary of their history, site, and situation is given. After a standardized method of delimitation was applied to each city to obtain comparability, systematic comparisons are made on three aggregate features of size, shape, and land use composition. (Author).

Book Title : Anatomy of a Short Story

anatomy of a short story

Release Date : 2012-06-07
ISBN Code : 9781441107688
Book Author : Yuri Leving
Book Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing USA
Total Pages : 432

Book Summary :

Since its first publication in 1948, one of Vladimir Nabokov's shortest short stories, "Signs and Symbols," has generated perhaps more interpretations and critical appraisal than any other that he wrote. It has been called "one of the greatest short stories ever written" and "a triumph of economy and force, minute realism and shimmering mystery" (Brian Boyd, Vladimir Nabokov: The American Years). Anatomy of a Short Story contains: Â? the full text of "Signs and Symbols," line numbered and referenced throughout Â? correspondence about the story, most of it never before published, between Nabokov and the editor of The New Yorker, where the story was first published Â? 33 essays of literary criticism, bringing together classic essays and new interpretations Â? a round-table discussion in which a screenwriter, a theater scholar, a mathematician, a psychiatrist, and a literary scholar bring their perspectives to bear on "Signs and Symbols" Anatomy of a Short Story illuminates the ways in which we interpret fiction, and the short story in particular.

Book Title : Anatomy of the Soul

anatomy of the soul

Release Date : 2008
ISBN Code : 9789657146200
Book Author : Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh
Book Publisher : GalEinai Publication Society
Total Pages : 144

Book Summary :

One of the most important contributions of Chasidut to Judaism has been in the realm of psychology. Chasidic teachings interpret and apply the myriad Kabbalistic metaphors to the realm of the human psyche and soul. Yet, for all the expansive analyses and discussion of the human psyche produced by the Chasidic masters (specifically the Rebbes of Chabad-Lubavitch), there has been a pronounced lack of an ordered and modern review of the psyche. In the early years of the 20th century, Dr. Fischel Schneersohn, a colleague of Sigmund Freud and a relative of the then Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Shalom Dov Ber Schneersohn, took it upon himself to translate the Chasidic nomenclature and discourse on the psyche into scientific language that would be useful to the modern psychologist. Unfortunately, for whatever the reasons may be, his yearning to share the Torah s wisdom on the psyche was not to be fulfilled. Since then, the need for introducing these teachings to the public in general and to the professional field of psychologists has only grown. This book is an important contribution to the creation of psychology and therapeutic techniques based purely on the Divine wisdom of the Torah and specifically its inner dimensions of Kabbalah and Chassidut. By offering a structured review and explanation of the psyche and its place in the larger and more complex super-structure of the soul, this volume provides a foundational guide for mental and spiritual health practitioners as well as for those wishing to deepen their understanding of Kabbalah and Chassidut.

Book Title : An Anatomy of Trade in Medieval Writing

an anatomy of trade in medieval writing

Release Date : 2006
ISBN Code : 0801444128
Book Author : Lianna Farber
Book Publisher : Cornell University Press
Total Pages : 235

Book Summary :

Economics, in our modern sense of the term, was not a discipline in the Middle Ages, although the history of economic thought is often written as though it were. Lianna Farber restores the core economic concept of trade to its medieval contexts, showing that it contains three component parts: value, consent, and community. Medieval writing about trade not only relies on these elements, it presents them as unproblematic.By addressing texts in which each element of trade is discussed directly, Farber demonstrates that this straightforward picture is falsely reassuring. In fact, these ideas were deeply contested. In the end, Farber reveals, writing about trade was not descriptive but argumentative, analyzing the act in an attempt to justify it. Such texts reveal deep intellectual uncertainties about the market society they advocated. An Anatomy of Trade in Medieval Writing benefits from Farber's close reading of literary sources, among them the poetry of Geoffrey Chaucer and Robert Henryson; theological sources, including the writing of Thomas Aquinas and Richard of Middleton; and legal sources such as the canon law on marriage formation. A provocative contribution to our understanding of medieval life and thought, this book implies a need to reconsider the genealogy of economics as a way of thinking about the world.

Book Title : Anatomy and Physiology Workbook For Dummies

anatomy and physiology workbook for dummies

Release Date : 2014-12-19
ISBN Code : 9781118940082
Book Author : Janet Rae-Dupree
Book Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
Total Pages : 336

Book Summary :

Hundreds of practice problems to help you ace anatomy and physiology Are you flummoxed by phalanges, stymied by the scapula, or perplexed by pulmonary capillaries? Look no further. Topic by topic and problem to problem, Anatomy & Physiology Workbook For Dummies, 2nd Edition offers hundreds of practice problems, memorization tricks, and study tips to help you score higher in your anatomy and physiology course. With this handy guide you'll be identifying bones, muscles, and tissues like a pro in no time. You can pick and choose the chapters and types of problems that challenge you the most, or you can work from cover to cover to get a complete review of the subject. With plenty of practice problems on everything from cells and tissues to skin and specific muscle groups, Anatomy & Physiology Workbook For Dummies, 2nd Edition includes everything you need to truly understand the subject matter and score higher. Employ memorization strategies for maximum content retention Review key anatomy and physiology concepts Get complete answer explanations for all questions Follow along with a resource that tracks to a typical anatomy and physiology course From skeleton to skin, Anatomy & Physiology Workbook For Dummies, 2nd Edition is packed with practice anatomy and physiology problems that will have you mastering the subject in no time!

Book Title : Introduction to Veterinary Anatomy and Physiology

introduction to veterinary anatomy and physiology

Release Date : 2009-04-24
ISBN Code : 9780702048593
Book Author : Victoria Aspinall
Book Publisher : Elsevier Health Sciences
Total Pages : 252

Book Summary :

A sound knowledge of anatomy and physiology is an essential basis for the effective clinical treatment of companion animals. The new Introduction to Veterinary Anatomy and Physiology Textbook builds on the success of the first edition in its thorough coverage of the common companion animal species. Updated throughout, the new edition features online learning resources, providing students with the opportunity to test their knowledge with questions and visual exercises, while instructors can download questions, figures and exercises to use as teaching aids. An essential first purchase for all those embarking upon a veterinary career Now with on-line resources including self-assessment tools and teaching aids Comprehensive coverage of all major companion animal species New equine chapter 'Applied Anatomy' tips relate theory to clinical practice, showing the relationship between anatomy and physiology and the disease process