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The Shape Of Ideas

Author : Grant Snider
ISBN : 9781683350316
Genre : Self-Help
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What does an idea look like? And where do they come from? Grant Snider’s illustrations will motivate you to explore these questions, inspire you to come up with your own answers and, like all Gordian knots, prompt even more questions. Whether you are a professional artist or designer, a student pursuing a creative career, a person of faith, someone who likes walks on the beach, or a dreamer who sits on the front porch contemplating life, this collection of one- and two-page comics will provide insight into the joys and frustrations of creativity, inspiration, and process—no matter your age or creative background.
Category: Self-Help

A Simple Christmas

Author : Charlotte Hubbard
ISBN : 9781420138740
Genre : Fiction
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“Hubbard writes Amish stories with style and grace.” —RT Book Reviews The rustic beauty of a country Christmas fills the Simple Gifts crafts shop, while the Amish residents of Willow Ridge pull together in uncertain times—and in the face of an unexpected homecoming. Nora Hooley’s shop is abuzz with preparations for the holiday open house, and Rosalyn Riehl is handcrafting wreaths from evergreen boughs, pinecones, and other natural materials. The work is a welcome diversion for the only unmarried daughter of Cornelius Riehl: her gruff dat has been receiving envelopes marked Past Due, leaving dutiful Rosalyn to manage the household’s inexplicably shrinking budget. Then another distraction swaggers into Simple Gifts—blue-jeaned and leather-jacketed, with a reputation that precedes him. Marcus Hooley hightailed it to Willow Ridge on a wing and a prayer—not that he’s the praying type. He rejected his Amish roots long ago. But behind the bad-boy attitude is a gifted horse trainer who’s counting on some bent-but-not-broken family ties to throw him a lifeline. He can’t erase his past, but a sparking attraction with strong, spirited Rosalyn holds the promise of a second chance . . . and of shedding light on shadowy secrets to build a bright tomorrow. Praise for A Simple Vow “Charlotte Hubbard has a way of writing that draws you into the story from beginning to end.” —Romance Junkies
Category: Fiction

Moon

Author : Alexandra Loske
ISBN : 9781781576625
Genre : Science
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A source of light in the dark of night and our ever-changing cosmic companion, the Moon has fascinated humankind since we first gazed into the sky. In this extensively illustrated and illuminating volume, art historian Alexandra Loske and astronomer Robert Massey present a rich and curious history. From its violent birth through to the exhilarating story of the Space Race and current exploration efforts, discover the many faces of the Moon and how they have shaped humanity's existence.
Category: Science

Brain Compatible Dance Education 2nd Edition

Author : Gilbert, Anne Green
ISBN : 9781492561231
Genre : Performing Arts
File Size : 73.25 MB
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Anne Green Gilbert’s Brain-Compatible Dance Education, Second Edition, strikes the perfect balance between hard science and practicality, making it an ideal resource for dance educators working with dancers of all ages and abilities. Gilbert presents the latest brain research and its implications for dance educators and dancers. She makes the research findings accessible and easy to digest, always connecting the science to the teaching and learning that takes place in classrooms and studios.
Category: Performing Arts

Southern Living Christmas At Home

Author : The Editors of Southern Living
ISBN : 9780848752491
Genre : Cooking
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There's nothing like being at home for the holidays, and imagine how special your holiday can be with the help of Southern Living. For over 50 years, the experts at Southern Living have been helping their readers navigate the holidays with the best holiday recipes and advice on holiday decorating, gifts and more. Now, in Christmas at Home, the all-new special collector's edition, you'll have over 205 recipes and ideas to make your holidays their brightest. With sections devoted to Holiday Decorating, Holiday Menus, and Holiday Desserts, this 112-page guide will become your go-to guide for planning a holiday to remember. Decorate with Magnolia, craft a vintage Christmas, or lay out the perfect Christmas Eve Buffet. There is no time of year more suited for baking than Christmas, and the Holiday Desserts section alone is a mouthwatering collection of treats and confections that are perfect for sharing with family and friends including several takes on Southern Living's signature white cake. In addition, to celebrate 50 years of Southern Living, we've included 50 years of Sweets, which includes the best holiday treats from every decade of the magazine. Make this Christmas one to remember with the help of Southern Living Christmas at Home.
Category: Cooking

The Proceedings Of 11th Asia Oceania Symposium On Fire Science And Technology

Author : Guan-Yuan Wu
ISBN : 9789813291393
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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This book features selected papers from the 11th Asia-Oceania Symposium on Fire Science and Technology (AOSFST 2018), held in Taipei, Taiwan. Covering the entire spectrum of fire safety science, it focuses on research on fires, explosions, combustion science, heat transfer, fluid dynamics, risk analysis and structural engineering, as well as other topics. Presenting advanced scientific insights, the book introduces and advances new ideas in all areas of fire safety science. As such it is a valuable resource for academic researchers, fire safety engineers, and regulators of fire, construction and safety authorities. Further it provides new ideas for more efficient fire protection.
Category: Technology & Engineering

A Pattern Language

Author : Christopher Alexander
ISBN : 9780195019193
Genre : Architecture
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Two hundred and fifty-three archetypal patterns consisting of problem statements, discussions, illustrations, and solutions provide lay persons with a framework for engaging in architectural design
Category: Architecture

Astounding

Author : Alec Nevala-Lee
ISBN : 9780062571960
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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An Economist Best Book of the Year A Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Best Book of 2018 “An amazing and engrossing history...Insightful, entertaining, and compulsively readable.” — George R. R. Martin "Enthralling…A clarion call to enlarge American literary history.” — Washington Post “Engrossing, well-researched… This sure-footed history addresses important issues, such as the lack of racial diversity and gender parity for much of the genre’s history.” — Wall Street Journal “A gift to science fiction fans everywhere.” — Sylvia Nasar, New York Times bestselling author of A Beautiful Mind Astounding is the landmark account of the extraordinary partnership between four controversial writers—John W. Campbell, Isaac Asimov, Robert A. Heinlein, and L. Ron Hubbard—who set off a revolution in science fiction and forever changed our world. This remarkable cultural narrative centers on the figure of John W. Campbell, Jr., whom Asimov called “the most powerful force in science fiction ever.” Campbell, who has never been the subject of a biography until now, was both a visionary author—he wrote the story that was later filmed as The Thing—and the editor of the groundbreaking magazine best known as Astounding Science Fiction, in which he discovered countless legendary writers and published classic works ranging from the I, Robot series to Dune. Over a period of more than thirty years, from the rise of the pulps to the debut of Star Trek, he dominated the genre, and his three closest collaborators reached unimaginable heights. Asimov became the most prolific author in American history; Heinlein emerged as the leading science fiction writer of his generation with the novels Starship Troopers and Stranger in a Strange Land; and Hubbard achieved lasting fame—and infamy—as the founder of the Church of Scientology. Drawing on unexplored archives, thousands of unpublished letters, and dozens of interviews, Alec Nevala-Lee offers a riveting portrait of this circle of authors, their work, and their tumultuous private lives. With unprecedented scope, drama, and detail, Astounding describes how fan culture was born in the depths of the Great Depression; follows these four friends and rivals through World War II and the dawn of the atomic era; and honors such exceptional women as Doña Campbell and Leslyn Heinlein, whose pivotal roles in the history of the genre have gone largely unacknowledged. For the first time, it reveals the startling extent of Campbell’s influence on the ideas that evolved into Scientology, which prompted Asimov to observe: “I knew Campbell and I knew Hubbard, and no movement can have two Messiahs.” It looks unsparingly at the tragic final act that estranged the others from Campbell, bringing the golden age of science fiction to a close, and it illuminates how their complicated legacy continues to shape the imaginations of millions and our vision of the future itself.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Finite Element Analysis In Heat Transfer

Author : Gianni Comini
ISBN : 156032354X
Genre : Science
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This introductory text presents the applications of the finite element method to the analysis of conduction and convection problems. The book is divided into seven chapters which include basic ideas, application of these ideas to relevant problems, and development of solutions. Important concepts are illustrated with examples. Computer problems are also included to facilitate the types of solutions discussed.
Category: Science

Participatory Reading In Late Medieval England

Author : Heather Blatt
ISBN : 1526117991
Genre : English literature
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This book traces affinities across the digital-medieval divide to explore how reading functioned as a nexus for concerns about literacy, audiences' agency, literary culture and media formats. Interactive reading offered writers ways to make readers work to their benefit, even as these practices enabled audiences to make reading work for themselves.
Category: English literature