• Science & technology: general interest (Children's/YA)
      January 2016

      Physics

      by Rose Johnson

      Eureka! We have it and so can you--a discovery-packed book that makes the world of physics understandable, engaging, and fun! And that's a very good thing, because physics is all around us, responsible for everything from why balls bounce to why the stars

    • Science & technology: general interest (Children's/YA)
      August 2016

      Birds

      The Technology of Nature

      by Tom Jackson

      Animals have developed like remarkable machines, adapted to cope with highly specialist demands. The tiger’s claws, the snake’s dislocating jaws, the humming bird’s wings, the shark’s renewing teeth: this series explain how and

    • Science & technology: general interest (Children's/YA)
      August 2016

      Reptiles

      The Technology of Nature

      by Tom Jackson

      Animals have developed like remarkable machines, adapted to cope with highly specialist demands. The tiger’s claws, the snake’s dislocating jaws, the humming bird’s wings, the shark’s renewing teeth: this series explain how and

    • Science & technology: general interest (Children's/YA)
      August 2016

      Amphibians

      The Technology of Nature

      by Tom Jackson

      Animals have developed like remarkable machines, adapted to cope with highly specialist demands. The tiger’s claws, the snake’s dislocating jaws, the humming bird’s wings, the shark’s renewing teeth: this series explain how and

    • Science & technology: general interest (Children's/YA)
      August 2016

      Insects and Spiders

      The Technology of Nature

      by Tom Jackson

      Animals have developed like remarkable machines, adapted to cope with highly specialist demands. The tiger’s claws, the snake’s dislocating jaws, the humming bird’s wings, the shark’s renewing teeth: this series explain how and

    • Science & technology: general interest (Children's/YA)
      August 2016

      Fish and Other Sea Creatures

      The Technology of Nature

      by Tom Jackson

      Animals have developed like remarkable machines, adapted to cope with highly specialist demands. The tiger’s claws, the snake’s dislocating jaws, the humming bird’s wings, the shark’s renewing teeth: this series explain how and

    • Humanities & Social Sciences
      June 2016

      Julia Margaret Cameron’s ‘fancy subjects’

      by Jeff Rosen

    • January 2003

      Singende Rosen oder Liebes- und Tugend-Lieder (1654). Poetische Rosen-Gepüsche (1657)

      by David Schirmer, Anthony J. Harper

      David Schirmer (1623-1687), one of the well-known figures of German Baroque literature, spent the major part of his life as Court Poet and Librarian in Dresden. His substantial lyrical output is presented here in two volumes as facsimile. The »Singende Ro

    • January 1997

      Libri V-IX. Indices

      by Herodotus, Haiim B. Rosén

      Die Bibliotheca Teubneriana, gegründet 1849, ist die weltweit älteste, traditionsreichste und umfangreichste Editionsreihe griechischer und lateinischer Literatur von der Antike bis zur Neuzeit. Pro Jahr erscheinen 4-5 neue Editionen. Sämtliche Ausgaben w

    • The natural world, country life & pets
      September 2016

      Hedgehog Seeks Shelter

      by Claudia Rösen

      How to help animals in winter A hibernating squirrel, contented birds in a birdhouse, a hedgehog under a giant mound, a sleeping fat dormouse in an old nest... you can encounter all these animal wintertime guests in your garden. In this book, you’ll find

    • August 2000

      Settlement Agreements in Commercial Disputes

      Negotiating, Drafting and Enforcement

      by Richard A. Rosen

      With nearly all corporate disputes being resolved in settlements, drafting strong, enforceable settlement agreements is one of the most critical and challenging areas of corporate and commercial law practice today. Yet there has never been a single, comp

    • December 2014

      U.S. Regulation of the International Securities and Derivatives Markets, Eleventh Edition

      by Edward F. Greene, Alan L. Beller, Edward J. Rosen, Leslie N. Silverman

      Dramatic changes in U.S. law have increased the need to understand the complex regulation of todayand#8217;s global capital and derivatives markets. U.S. Regulation of the International Securities and Derivatives Markets is the first

    • Humanities & Social Sciences
      August 2017

      Julia Margaret Cameron’s ‘fancy subjects’

      by Jeffrey Rosen

    • Judaism
      October 2003

      Understanding Judaism

      by Jeremy Rosen

      Rabbi Rosen presents a serious and concise overview of Jewish history, theology and practice from Judaism’s biblical origins to the present day. The book provides an integrated approach that relates the main developments in Judaism to their historical con

    • Medicine
      1979

      Journal of Cardiovascular Pharmacology

      by Edited by Michael Rosen MD

      Monthly - 2013 Volume(s) - 57-58 www.cardiovascularpharm.com The Journal of Cardiovascular Pharmacology™ is the leading p

    • Musculoskeletal medicine
      January 2009

      Fast Facts: Osteoporosis

      by Juliet E Compston, Clifford J Rosen

      Osteoporosis is a silent disease until a fracture is sustained, and successful management relies on the clinician's keen awareness of risk factors and screening technology, thorough assessment of disease probability, and knowledge of the most appropria

    • Educational: Sciences, general science
      January 2016

      Chemistry

      by Rose Johnson

      Our world would be a much different place without the groundbreaking work of scientific visionaries such as Hennig Brand, Marie and Pierre Curie, and Antoine Lavoisier, to name a few. This volume offers readers a vivid and colorful history of chemistry, h

    • Space (Children's/YA)
      January 2016

      Earth and Space Science

      by Rose Johnson

      Students often take for granted that many of the basic principles of science we study today were once major discoveries that revolutionized the way humans view our planet (not to mention the universe around it!). In this photograph-packed history of major

    • Science & technology: general interest (Children's/YA)
      January 2016

      Life Science

      by Rose Johnson

      The planet Earth has more than 8 million species of complex life, and perhaps millions more of simpler bugs and germs. Life science studies these living things and investigates where life forms came from and they survive. This book examines fifteen of the

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