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Supervision Today by Stephen P Robbins-Supervision Today
This skills-focused introduction to supervision captures the reality of supervising in the 2000s. Using a lively, conversational style, it explains the job of supervisor and features a wide range of examples of how supervisors operate in real situations. The focus is on key skills needed for effective supervision--e.g., goal-setting, delegating, budgeting, interviewing, negotiating, counseling, coaching, conducting groups meetings, and handling grievances. Rich in experiential opportunities, it ...

Students Solutions Manual by Nancy T Boudreau-Fast Delivery
Fully worked solutions to odd-numbered exercises....

Dynamic Simulations of Electric Machinery Using MATLAB-SIMULINK by Chee-Mun Ong-Very Good Must Have It
Appropriate for courses in Electrical Engineering.This book covers the fundamentals of electrical system modeling and simulation using two of the industrys most popular software packages--MATLAB and SIMULINK--as well as how to interpret results and use them in the design process. Coverage reviews the basics of magnetics and line modeling and includes a wide range of electrical components and systems, such as transformers, electric machines, three-phase induction machines, synchronous machines, a...

Native Nations Cultures and Histories of Native North America by Nancy Bonvillain-Great Condition - Used
This basic book for about the North American Indians is organized by region and includes a final epilogue on current issues, helping readers to learn about important tribes in each region by placing them in a geographical context. Aboriginal culture, Native history, and contemporary Native American communities. Includes up-to-date contemporary population and economic data. Canadian examples and data demonstrates that both U.S. and Canadian tribes are important to the overall North American In...

Spend Game Lovejoy Mystery by Jonathan Gash-Lovejoy At His Best
Lovejoy At His Best...

The British Museum Is Falling Down by David Lodge-You Must Read This
The Rhythm Method is the curse of young Adam Applebys life and the cause of his childrens. While Adam gestates his thesis in the British Museum, his wife worries at home because her period is late and a fourth little bundle of (expensive) joy seems to be on the way, thanks to Vatican Roulette. Though Adams experience is constantly coloured by the authors he is studying, one distinction remains clear: Literature is mostly about having sex, and not much about having children. Life is the other way...

Deep Blues A Musical and Cultural History of the Mississippi Delta by Robert Palmer-A Must Read For Any True Music Fan
The Best Concised Book On The Blues...

In the Heart of the Country A Novel by J M Coetzee-J M Coetzee In The Heart Of The Country
A novel set in colonial South Africa, where a lonely sheepfarmer makes a bid for private salvation in the arms of a black concubine, while his daughter dreams of and executes a bloody revenge. From the author of DUSKLANDS and WAITING FOR THE BARBARIANS....

The Rebel Angels Cornish Trilogy-Very Amusing And Thoughtful
Serendipity....

The Gate of Heavenly Peace The Chinese and Their Revolution by Jonathan D Spence-A Brilliant Examination
Chronicles the history of the Chinese Revolution, focusing on the people and events of modern Chinese history, the writings of modern Chinese authors, the issues facing the Peoples Republic, and more....

The Penguin Book of Modern British Short Stories by Various-The Best Of The Best From Britains Best Authors
This anthology is in many was a best of the best, containing gems from thirty-four of Britains outstanding contemporary writers. It is a book to dip into, to read from cover to cover, to lend to friends and read again. It includes stories of love and crime, stories touched with comedy and the supernatural, stories set in London, Los Angeles, Bucharest and Tokyo. Above all, as you will discover, it satisfies Samuel Butlers anarchic pleasure principle: I should like to like Schumanns music better ...

Chaos Making a New Science-New Wisdom
Few writers distinguish themselves by their ability to write about complicated, even obscure topics clearly and engagingly. James Gleick, a former science writer for the New York Times, resides in this exclusive category. In Chaos, he takes on the job of depicting the first years of the study of chaos--the seemingly random patterns that characterize many natural phenomena.

This is not a purely technical book. Instead, it focuses as much on the scientists studying chaos as...

Amongst Women by John McGahern-A Treat
Michael Moran is an old Irish Republican whose life was forever transformed by his days of glory as a guerrilla leader in the Irish War of Independence. Moran is till fighting--with his family, his friends, and even himself--in this haunting testimony to the enduring qualities of the human spirit....

How to Talk Minnesotan A Visitors Guide by Howard Mohr-Accurate
Based in part on material written for A Prairie Home Companion, How to Talk Minnesotan will help visitors to Minnesota keep from sticking out like sore thumbs when they dont know the difference between not too bad a deal and a heckuva deal. Illustrated with line drawings....

Natural Enemy Penguin crime fiction by Jane Langton-Wonderful Series
Edward Heron died gasping for breath, yellow-jackets swarming around him. Had his asthma finally killed him...or something more sinister?

Herons death affects many people in his small New England community: spinster sisters, a real estate developer with an eye on Edwards property and a long time neighbor, Buddy Whipple.

Enter Homer Kelly, another neighbor, also a Thoreau scholar and an ex-detective. With the help of his nephew, an amateur naturalist, he goes to work on the case. <...

When the Wind Blows by Raymond Briggs-We Never Learn Do We
Raymond Briggs now famous bestselling comic cartoon book depicts the effects of a nuclear attack on an elderly couple in his usual humorous yet macabre way....

I Been There Before by David Carkeet-A Great Recreation Of Mark Twain
A Great Recreation Of Mark Twain...

Foe A Novel King Penguin by J M Coetzee-Conflicting Narratives And The Contingency Of Truth
A small miracle of a book ...of marvellous intricacy and overwhelming power - The Washington Post, Book World. Coetzee reinvents the story of Robinson Crusoe, directing our attention to the seduction and tyranny of storytelling itself....

The Actors Book of Contemporary Stage Monologues More Than 150 Monologues from More Than 70 Playwrights-Great Monologue Book
This is the only book that offers a comprehensive collection of contemporary stage monologues for a complete range of roles. An invaluable tool for actors looking for new audition material or for anyone interested in theater....

The Price of Admiralty The Evolution of Naval Warfare by John Keegan-A Slightly Different Keegan
Keegan illuminates the history of naval combat by expertly dissecting four landmark sea battles, each featuring a different type of warship: The Battle of Trafalgar, the Battle of Jutland in World War I, the Battle of Midway in World War II, and the long and arduous Battle of the Atlantic....

Eyes on the Prize Americas Civil Rights Years 1954-1965 African American History Penguin by Juan Williams-Documentary That Reads Like A Spell-Binding Fiction
Arguably the most tumultuous time in recent American history, the Civil Rights years inspired the most rational and irrational of human behaviors and set the stage for sweeping reform in the nations race relations. Juan Williamss moving chronicle of the movement stands as the definitive history of the era....

In the Country of Last Things by Paul Auster-The Power Of Hope
Here is the story of Anna Blume, a woman who has come to an unnamed city in search of her brother. Her notebook recounts her quest in this cruel modern landscape, and through her anguished narrative, Auster presents a frightening vision of the future....

The Divided Self An Existential Study in Sanity and Madness Penguin Psychology by R D Laing-Respect
Presenting case studies of schizophrenic patients, Laing aims to make madness and the process of going mad comprehensible. He also offers an existential analysis of personal alienation....

Ethics Inventing Right and Wrong by J L Mackie-A Classic Of 20Th Century Ethics Indeed
This title presents an insight into moral skepticism of the 20th century. The author argues that our every-day moral codes are an error theory based on the presumption of moral facts which, he persuasively argues, dont exist. His refutation of such facts is based on their metaphysical queerness and the observation of cultural relativity....

A Shining Affliction A Story of Harm and Healing in Psychotherapy by Annie G Rogers-Powerful Beautiful Evoking
In this brave, inconoclastic, and utterly unique book, a Harvard professor of human delvelopment and psychology chronicles her her personal drama as a young psychology intern assigned to treat a severely disturbed five-year-old boy. Powerful and poignant, A Shining Affliction is not only beautifully written story of a soul, but an important challenge to psychotherapy as it is practiced today....



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