2016-02-16T08:00:00Z Humans have always been influenced by natural landscapes, and always will be--even as we create ever-larger cities and our developments fundamentally change the nature of the earth around us. In Human Ecology, noted city planner and landscape architect Frederick Steiner encourages us to consider how human cultures have been shaped by natural forces, and how w...[Read More]
200 pages , Bloomsbury Publishing USA , 2017-04-06 In the 1990s, the Personal Computer (or PC) was on the rise in homes, and with it came new genres of play. Yet most of the games in these new genres featured fantasylands or humorous science fiction landscapes with low stakes and little to suggest the potential of the PC as a serious space for art and play. Jane Jensen's...[Read More]
336 pages , Grove/Atlantic, Inc. , 2007-12-01 A criminal couple joins a nefarious underground organization in this novel full of “sharp characterization, vivid scenes, and offbeat humor” (The Oregonian). When anyone in the Detroit underworld hears the names Joe Service and Helen Sedlacek, they know lots of trouble—and bullet-riddled bodies—are sure to follow. Tha...[Read More]
539 pages , Xlibris Corporation , 2012-06-21 This big, informed, witty, and entertaining book, actually several books in one, covers all the aspects of the secular holiday unlike any other. Only the exhaustive is interesting. - Thomas Mann HALLOWEEN HISTORY AND TRADITION, THE JACK-O- LANTERN, TRICK OR TREAT, HOLIDAY FOLKLORE, MASKS AND VARIOUS COSTUMES, HALLOWEEN BUSINES...[Read More]
200 pages , John Wiley & Sons , 2010-06-01 Easy-to-use guide that helps elementary and middle school students develop their Internet skills while keeping safe Most school-age children use the Internet every day. However, many posses na?ve attitudes about their online safety and can inadvertently engage in a range of high-risk behaviors. Developed by i-SAFE™, the leadin...[Read More]
416 pages , Taylor & Francis , 2007-06-19 Roll! Shells fly overhead as night-scopes capture deadly fire fights with an eerie green hue, a category 5 hurricane devastates the Big Easy, hidden cameras enter a Cambodian village of brothels and a veteran journalist interviews himself throughout his own brain surgery. Part non-fiction drama, part trade publication, part text ...[Read More]
? ? 1998 New Dimensions Foundation1998-10-01T07:00:00ZUSA One of the major strains on our environment is population growth, and the need for more and more people to be provided for. Listen as Paul Ehrlich, author of the 1968 classic, The Population Bomb, talks about what has gotten better, what is worse, and what to do now.