2016-05-03T07:00:00Z A birdsong expert's poignant and beautifully illustrated memoir of a bicycle journey across America with his son
Join birdsong expert Donald Kroodsma on a ten-week, ten-state bicycle journey as he travels with his son from the Atlantic to the Pacific, lingering and listening to our continent sing as no one has before. On remote country roads, over ...[Read More]
227 pages , Human Kinetics , 2006 When it comes to physical activity and proper nutrition, young children need more encouragement and structure than ever before--especially in a culture inundated by video games, television, and fast food. Active Start for Healthy Kids: Activities, Exercises, and Nutritional Tipscontains a wealth of fun, easy-to-implement activities that ...[Read More]
318 pages , Springer Science & Business Media , 2009-12-08 William Sims Bainbridge Virtual worlds are persistent online computer-generated environments where people can interact, whether for work or play, in a manner comparable to the real world. The most prominent current example is World of Warcraft (Corneliussen and Rettberg 2008), a massively multiplayer online game ...[Read More]
702 pages , Springer , 2017-03-03 With the continued application of gaming for training and education, which has seen exponential growth over the past two decades, this book offers an insightful introduction to the current developments and applications of game technologies within educational settings, with cutting-edge academic research and industry insights, providing a...[Read More]
2019-03-05T08:00:00Z The final book in The Mysteries of Nature trilogy by the New York Times bestselling author of The Hidden Life of Trees, Peter Wohlleben.
Nature is full of surprises: deciduous trees affect the rotation of the Earth, cranes sabotage the production of Iberian ham, and coniferous forests can make it rain. But what are the processes that drive these incredibl...[Read More]