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How To Grow A Giant Brain Of Doom

Author : Tosca Killoran
ISBN : 0991885449
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What is learning? What does it mean to be knowledgeable? Prepare to grow a giant brain as you discover more about learning itself. In a time where rote memorization and passing tests is still common in education, take a step back, open your mind, and think about what else will empower 21st Century citizens. Free resources that complement this book (including IB Learner Profile posters) are available at http: // To order class sets, grade level sets, or school sets, visit the Bookstore at

Growing Up In The House Of Doom

Author : Patt Gavin
ISBN : 9780595437641
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Patt Gavin grew up as the third child in a family of nine, mostly boys. Along with his six brothers, they spent their childhood doing the things most boys do: catching animals, making messes and terrorizing their sisters. Growing Up In The House Of Doom is a collection of stories from a time gone by, when life was simpler, and children actually spent time outdoors playing with other children in a real-life setting. A time when children walked or rode their bikes to little league games, and knew it was time to come home when the street lamps came on.Enjoy these memories of a group of boys who enjoyed their childhoods to the fullest, in spite of the objections of their sisters.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Learning Difficulties Is Your Doom Sealed

Author : Barbara Koblenz
ISBN : 9781430323921
Genre : Family & Relationships
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CHILDREN'S DIFFICULTIES COULD BE ALLEVIATED and/or ELIMINATED PRIOR TO PRE-SCHOOL AGE. The number of children suffering developmental and learning difficulties is growing by the day. Developmental and Learning Difficulties are not generated in school instead, the child is born with it. This is the story of special toddlers, including my own child, that were able to overcome major difficulties while implementing my innovative model. Developmental and Learning Difficulties are detectable and treatable in infancy. The brain triples its weight during the first year of life. This 'window of opportunity' for neuro-pathways building is open from birth to one year of age. The proper intervention at this critical time will certainly mean a different quality of life for a child. This book is a review of early intervention programs around the world and the presentation of my innovation to the field of education. An innovation parents could have known about four years ago if only...
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Between Redemption And Doom

Author : Noah William Isenberg
ISBN : 0803225024
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Between Redemption and Doom is a revelatory exploration of the evolution of German-Jewish modernism. Through an examination of selected works in literature, theory, and film, Noah Isenberg investigates the ways in which Jewish identity was represented in German culture from the eve of the First World War through the rise of National Socialism. He argues that various responses to modernity?particularly to its social, cultural, and aesthetic currents?converge around the discourse on community: its renaissance, its crisis, and its dissolution. ø Isenberg opens with a general discussion of German modernism?its primary forms, movements, and manifestations. Subsequent chapters on Franz Kafka and Arnold Zweig deal with particular instances of the modern, and often ambivalent, search for forms of German-Jewish identity based on cultural and ethnic community. Discussions of Paul Wegener?s film Der Golem and Walter Benjamin?s childhood memoirs explore the culmination of German modernism and the modes through which Jews were identified in mass society. Throughout, Isenberg shows how Jewish authors and figures confronted the dilemma of self-understanding?the exigencies of community in the modern world?in language, culture, memory, and representation.
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Slaves Of The Switchboard Of Doom

Author : Bradley W. Schenck
ISBN : 9781466891227
Genre : Fiction
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ROCKETS. ROBOTS. DEATH RAYS. MAD SCIENCE. THE FUTURE THAT NEVER WAS IS BACK. If Fritz Lang’s Metropolis somehow mated with Futurama, their mutant offspring might well be Slaves of the Switchboard of Doom. Inspired by the future imagined in the 1939 World Fair, this hilarious, beautifully illustrated adventure by writer and artist Bradley W. Schenck is utterly unlike anything else in science fiction: a gonzo, totally bonkers, gut-busting look at the World of Tomorrow, populated with dashing, bubble-helmeted heroes, faithful robot sidekicks, mad scientists, plucky rocket engineers, sassy switchboard operators, space pirates, and much, much more—enhanced throughout by two dozen astonishing illustrations. After a surprise efficiency review, the switchboard operators of Retropolis are replaced by a mysterious system beyond their comprehension. Dash Kent, freelance adventurer and apartment manager, is hired to get to the bottom of it, and discovers that the replacement switchboard is only one element of a plan concocted by an insane civil engineer: a plan so vast that it reaches from Retropolis to the Moon. And no one—not the Space Patrol, nor the Fraternal League of Robotic Persons, nor the mad scientists of Experimental Research District, nor even the priests of the Temple of the Spider God, will know what hit them. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
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