Gold Sun Publishing , 2019-08-14 Four boys on a pitch-black night in a neighborhood near Philadelphia called the Hill, went to a home to steal cherries from trees in front of a house. While in the trees picking and eating, they witnessed a double homicide. They barely escaped but were seen. The murders were the work of the Philadelphia mob, who returned to the Hill to identify t...[Read More]
106 pages , 2015-08-22 No crossword puzzle is too mind boggling if you have the will to complete them. Frequent exposure to puzzles trains your brain to think strategically. It also involves a lot of creative thinking to solve puzzles. You get to experience piggy-backing, collaboration and perception shifting, among others. So here's your book of crossword puzzles. Dig in!
146 pages , Hunter House , 2002 The movement games in this book are intended to cultivate children’s social and creative abilities. Some are based on playground games, others on professional theater and dance exercises. The games described are divided into ten categories including touch and reaction, concentration and puzzles, impersonation and cooperation, and music a...[Read More]
334 pages , John Hunt Publishing , 2011-11-16 Can games be art? When film critic Roger Ebert claimed in 2010 that videogames could never be art it was seen as a snub by many gamers. But from the perspective of philosophy of art this question was topsy turvey, since according to one of the most influential theories of representation all art is a game. Kendall Walton's pro...[Read More]
215 pages , Springer Science & Business Media , 2010-10-19 It was our intention to organize IAIT 2010 as the place where researchers and ind- trial practitioners could share their work and achievements in information technology, both theoretical and in application. This is the fourth time we have organized IAIT to serve as a venue to foster collaboration among industry a...[Read More]
2019-02-26T08:00:00Z Ecologists traditionally regard time as part of the background against which ecological interactions play out. In this book, Eric Post argues that time should be treated as a resource used by organisms for growth, maintenance, and offspring production.
Post uses insights from phenology--the study of the timing of life-cycle events--to present a theoretica...[Read More]
2013-05-15T07:00:00Z Book presents scientific information that hobbyists can use to set up and maintain successful planted freshwater aquaria. Book contains practical tips using a question-and-answer format in boxes scattered throughout the text. Although the author prefers "low-tech" methods, she lays out the science that underlies all methods. The author shows that hobbyists can creat...[Read More]