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The College Collection The Complete Set 1

Author : Georgina Jonas
ISBN : 9781785831546
Genre : Education
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The College Collection centres around five main characters, Luca, Anda, Jim Jam, Woody and Nolan. They are from different backgrounds and first meet at Parkfield College, where they are studying for a BTEC in Media Studies. They quickly become friends. The College Collection follows them through their time at Parkfield College and the adventures and adversities they experience there. Above all they work hard, have fun and their friendship shines through. The subliminal messages of overcoming failure, of acceptance and support run through all the texts, alongside messages of resilience and perseverance.
Category: Education

The Philosophy Of Christopher Nolan

Author : Jason T. Eberl
ISBN : 9781498513531
Genre : Philosophy
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The Philosophy of Christopher Nolan collects sixteen essays written by philosophers and film theorists analyzing moral, metaphysical, epistemological, and political themes that characterize the films of Christopher Nolan.
Category: Philosophy

Development Anthropology

Author : Riall W Nolan
ISBN : 9780429980633
Genre : Social Science
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Development Anthropology is a detailed examination of how anthropology is used in international development projects. Written from a practitioner's standpoint, and containing numerous examples and case studies, the book aims to provide students with a comprehensive overview of what development anthropologists do, how they do it, and what problems they encounter in their work. The first part of the book looks at the evolution of both applied anthropology and international development, and how these have been involved with each other since the 1950s. The second, and main, part of the book focuses on how development projects work, and how anthropology is used in their design, implementation, and evaluation. The final section of the book looks at how both development and anthropology must change in order to be more effective. An appendix outlines what students should do to plan a career in development anthropology.
Category: Social Science

Little Red Hen

Author : Nolan Finley
ISBN : 0965604098
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Since 2000, newspaperman Nolan Finley's writing has graced the editorial page of the Detroit News, offering thoughtful insight beyond the headlines of the day. His musings range from global wars to craterous potholes, from politicians--both competent and criminally corrupt--to the near carnal thrill of a rolling masterpiece of Detroit automotive art. Little Red Hen collects the best of Finley's columns, weaving a chronology of recurring themes and colorful characters.Finley opines from a classically conservative perspective on issues like culture and politics, Detroit's cancerous blight and nascent rebirth, bankruptcy and education. From geopolitical nightmares to wedding landmines to a hunt for incandescent light bulbs, from family and friends to the world at large, Nolan Finley is often thought provoking, occasionally hilarious and always worth reading.

Dancing On The Edge

Author : Han Nolan
ISBN : 9780544612389
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
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The National Book Award-winning novel of a young girl’s coming of age, from the author of Send Me Down a Miracle. Twelve-year-old Miracle McCloy never liked the story of her remarkable birth, but her grandmother Gigi has always loved telling it. An expert in occult magic, Gigi insists that when Miracle was saved from her dead mother’s womb, it was an omen of greatness to come. But how can Miracle become a prodigy like her father when sometimes she feels like she doesn’t even exist? When her father suddenly vanishes without a trace, Miracle’s life starts feeling less miraculous by the day. The only time she feels whole is when she’s dancing—an activity her grandmother strictly forbids. But shortly after her thirteenth birthday, a life-threatening incident puts her whole world in a harsh new light. And though she does not emerge unscathed, Miracle might finally see the truth about her past, her family, and herself. “Extraordinary . . . Nolan does a masterful job of drawing readers into the girl’s mind and of making them care deeply about her chances for the future.” —School Library Journal (starred review) “Elaborately drawn characters that will surprise readers at every turn . . . Compelling.” —Booklist (starred review)
Category: Young Adult Fiction

Forty Minutes Of Hell

Author : Rus Bradburd
ISBN : 9780061969454
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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“Nolan Richardson’s extraordinary life and success as the University of Arkansas’ coach are an important chapter in the history of our country’s struggle for racial equality, with all the excitement of the Final Four. What an incredible journey!” —President Bill Clinton Forty Minutes of Hell by Rus Bradburd is an intricate exploration of the politics of race and sports, from the Jim Crow era until today, witnessed through the life of legendary African-American basketball coach and NCAA Title winner Nolan Richardson. A remarkable story of pride, courage, and accomplishment in the face of discrimination, Forty Minutes of Hell is also a fascinating window into the world of elite collegiate sports. NBA legend Charles Barkley calls this inspiring and important biography, “A great story about America and its hidden histories….Every American should thank [Richardson] for showing us it was possible.”
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Nolan Ryan S Pitcher S Bible

Author : Nolan Ryan
ISBN : 9780671705817
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Offers advice on the mechanics of pitching, and recommends a program of weight training, aerobic exercise, and sound nutrition
Category: Sports & Recreation

Nolan Ryan

Author : Rob Goldman
ISBN : 9781623688011
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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To any baseball fan, Nolan Ryan’s name still conjures up images of blistering 100-mile-per-hour fastballs and knee-buckling curveballs. During his 27-year career, “The Ryan Express” was named an eight-time All-Star and amassed seven no-hitters and more than 5,700 strikeouts—more than any other pitcher in major-league history. This comprehensive biography of Nolan Ryan follows the baseball legend’s journey from the start of his professional career in 1965 to his retirement in 1993. Hall of Famers, journeymen, clubhouse workers, coaches, and trainers offer their own unique take on Ryan in this book filled with never-before-told anecdotes and personal recollections and peppered with eyewitness accounts of his greatest games. In the pages of this history, readers will discover what made Nolan Ryan one of the most revered and respected athletes and citizens of his time.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

A Handbook Of Practicing Anthropology

Author : Riall Nolan
ISBN : 9781118484340
Genre : Social Science
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An essential career-planning resource, A Handbook of Practicing Anthropology presents a comprehensive account of contemporary anthropological practice written primarily by anthropological practitioners Engagingly written and instructive accounts of practice by anthropological professionals working in corporations, governmental, entrepreneurial, and educational settings Provides essential guidance on applying anthropological principles on the job: what works well and what must be learned Emphasizes the value of collaboration, teamwork, and continuous learning as key elements to success in non-academic careers Highlights the range of successful career options for practitioners , describes significant sectors of professional activity, and discusses key issues, concerns, and controversies in the field Chapters examine key practice sectors such as freelancing, managing a consulting firm, working for government, non-profits, and corporations, and the domains of health, industry, education, international development, and the military
Category: Social Science