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  • Irish, Marian D. And Prothro, James W.

    Published by Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, N.J., 1965

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    Boards. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 3rd Edition. 722 pp. Previous owner's address label on front end paper. No underlinings or other markings. Light soil to cover. With bibliographic essay. Standard college textbook for political science, giving historical and cultural context of American political movements. Size: 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall.

    Seller Inventory # 002075

  • Yoder-Wise, Patricia S., Ed.

    Published by Mosby-Year Book, St. Louis, 1995

    ISBN 10: 0815192444ISBN 13: 9780815192442

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    Trade Paperback. Condition: Good +. No Jacket. First Edition. 582 pp., Corners thumbed, some curling, but text is clean, no markings or highlighting. Binding firm. Glossy color covers. With 25 contributors, this anthology covers many of the frequent issues in nursing management. Size: 4to -- 10 in Tall.

    Seller Inventory # 009173

  • Marcatante, John J., Ed.

    Published by Globe Book Co., NY, 1980

    ISBN 10: 0870651048ISBN 13: 9780870651045

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    Trade Paperback. Condition: Very Good +. Shipman, Robert (illustrator). 306 pp. Rust-colored stiff wraps with large flag design, also totem pole, sailing ship, covered wagon, coonskin hat. Black marker numbers on bottom edge and half title page. School property stamping. Text clean. No spine creases. Middle-school reader, an anthology of 30 folk tales from various American regions. Each chapter has vocabulary guides. Rear section includes Q&A questions to test mastery of the material. Editor was chairman of the English dept. of the NYC public school system. Size: 8mo-- 8.25 in.

    Seller Inventory # 010199

  • Shrodes, Caroline; Shugrue, Michael; Belford, Fontaine Maury, Eds

    Published by Allyn and Bacon, NY, 1998

    ISBN 10: 020526848XISBN 13: 9780205268481

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    Trade Papeback. Condition: Very Good. 7th Edition, 4th Printing. 971 pp. Previous owner's name on half-title page; no other markings. Thumbed, binding firm, still close to new. A college reader of fiction, nonfiction and poetry. Scores of selections chosen to illustrate various writing techniques, such as analysis, argument, diction, narration, etc. `The preface states the reader aims to promote multidisciplinary learning reflecting cultural diversity. Size: 8vo -- 9 in Tall.

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  • Simon, Neil; Karshner, Roger, Ed.

    Published by Dramaline Publications, Rancho Mirage, Calif., 1996

    ISBN 10: 094066934XISBN 13: 9780940669345

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    Trade Paperback. Condition: Very Good. 190 pp. Thumbed, but still close to new. Spine uncreased. No markings. Excerpts of dialogue taken from 20 different Neil Simon comedies. Includes debut dates, original cast members, stage directions for the selected scenes. Foreword by Jack Lemmon. Size: 8mo -- 8.5 In Tall.

    Seller Inventory # 010113

  • Sheldon, William D.; Austin, Mary C.; And Drdek, Richard E.

    Published by Allyn and Bacon, Boston, 1965

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    Cloth. Condition: Good +. No Jacket. Bailey-Jones, Beryl (illustrator). Likely First Edition. 191 pp. Moderate wear on cover, corners rubbed, bumped. Florida state sticker on inside cover. Rip in table of contents page. Text clean, fairly bright. Numerous color illustrations. No. 2 in the Sheldon Basic Reading Series, a collection of simple stories written for first graders as a sequel to "Our Town." Word list in rear. All stories in this volume written by Richard E. Drdek. Olive green cover with flower design. Size: 8vo -- 8.5 In Tall.

    Seller Inventory # 006041

  • Ruehlmann, William

    Published by Writers Digest Books, Cincinnati, 1978

    ISBN 10: 0911654518ISBN 13: 9780911654516

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    Cloth. Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. 2nd Printing. 309 pp. Nearly new, slight edgewear to dj. Tight, bright, no markings. Note: Dust jacket rear panel lists an ISBN which has an extra digit compared with nuumber listed on copyright page -- dj version ends 5148 instead of 518. A young Scripps Howard reporter, who also is a journalism professor, gives useful pointers on reporting and writing a feature story. The text reflects an era when newspapers drew a sharper distinction betwee "features" and "hard news" stories, but the coaching remains valid. Size: 8vo -- 8 in Tall.

    Seller Inventory # 004980

  • Lewis, William Dodge and Rowland, Albert Lindsay

    Published by John C. Winston Co., Chicago, 1930

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    Cloth. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. Hoopes, Florence J and Margaret C. (illustrator). 448 pp., plus index, dictionary and suggested reading lists. Lightly rubbed spots and soil on spine, small dark stain on rear cover. Previous owner's name in ink script on pictorial endpaper. Text clean. Several pastel color illustrations throughout. Front grayish green cover has a pictorial design showing an Indian brave kneeling and tending a campfire, against an orange sun. Book VI, designed for sixth-grade students, in the Winston "Silent Reader" series. An anthology of dozens of short readings, a few by famous writers such as Alfred Lord Tennyson and Mark Twain. Most are short non-fiction pieces on everyday topics. The authors, in their preface, note they are trying to teach pupils to read silently and quickly but with full comprehension. Content ranges widely, from newspaper articles to poetry Size: 8vo -- 8 in Tall.

    Seller Inventory # 009793

  • Evans, Helen Marie

    Published by Macmillan Publishing Co., NY, 1975

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    Cloth. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 2nd Printing. 390 pp. Some rubbing on upper cover, corners rubbed. Some fading to black spine strip. B&W illustrations on most pages; many color plates as well. A survey that guides students in how to appreciate not only objects stored in museums and galleries but also the physical make-up of their everyday surroundings. Part One covers various design principals. Part two looks at designs from various cultures. Part Three focuses on materials (rocks, copper, glass, precious metals, etc); Part Four deals with plastics, trees and textiles. Part Five examines fashion, furniture, landscapes, and objects regarded as museum-worthy. While some work of past centuries is mentioned, most of material concerns 19th and 20th century design movements. Size: 8vo -- 8.5 In Tall By 10.5 In. Horizontal Format.

    Seller Inventory # 009954

  • Sapawi, Tuminah

    Published by Europhone Language Centre, London, 1991

    ISBN 10: 9971994488ISBN 13: 9789971994488

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    Stiff Glossy Wrappers. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 4th Edition. 123 pp., about 70 devoted to language lessons, the remainder, travel pointers. Previous owner's name on title page. No other markings.Diagonal corner crease on front cover. Bright glossy coovers showing drawing of drums, and photo of a mosque. No cassettes included. A 6-page workbook drill (Lesson 6) is laid in. Introduction promises mastery of elementary Malay within a month, based on daily one-hour practice sessions. Designed for English speakers. Size: 8vo -- 8.5 In Tall.

    Seller Inventory # 010105

  • Culinary Institute of America

    Published by Van Nostrand Reinhold, NY, 1991

    ISBN 10: 0442219822ISBN 13: 9780442219826

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    Leatherette-like Cloth. Condition: Near Fine. No Jacket. Fifth Edition, 2nd Printing. 869 pp. on coated stock, many color photos. Dark green front board has 3 slight dents. Else new, no markings or notes. Lacks jacket. Colored endpapers. Six-pound tome will require additional postage.Forewords by Paul Bocuse and Ferdinand Metz; Linda Glick Conway, editor. 33 chapters, 4 appendices, glossary, index, recommended reading list. Comprehensive guide to food buying, preparation and presentation, compiled by one of America's premier cooking schools. Size: 4to --11.25 in Tall.

    Seller Inventory # 009807

  • Fitch, Natalie and Francis, Charlotte A.

    Published by Prentice-Hall, NY, 1948

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    Cloth. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 406 pp. Light edgewear and rubbing on corners. Binding strong and square, and text clean. A college-level textbook for home economics. Previous owner's name and address on endpaper, faint red line on top edge near spine; no other markings. Numerous sketches, charts and tables. Not a cookbook, but rather a detailed look at the chemistry of cooking, nutrition and food handling. Includes index and appendices on such topics as carbohydrates, proteins, hydrolysis and colloidal solutions. Size: 8vo -- 8.75 in Tall. Textbook.

    Seller Inventory # 009953

  • Weiss, Julius

    Published by Carl Fischer, NY

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    Trade Paperback. Condition: Good. No Jacket. 58 pp. in paper covers reinforced with tape along spine. Pp. 15-16 detached but laid in. No date of publication, probably pre-1950. Some toning and soil on covers, text clean, no markings. Nos. 180-195 of the Carl Fischer's Music Library. A collection of 45 compositions for the new violin student. Size: Folio - 12 in Tall By 9.25 in Wide.

    Seller Inventory # 010031

  • Elliott, Charles N.

    Published by Turner E. Smith, Atlanta, 1942

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    Cloth. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. First Edition. 672 pp. Moderate wear, rubbing along edges, corners bumped, but binding strong. Light foxing of endpapers. Text mostly bright, no markings or school stampings. A textbook introducing students to basics of conservation as practiced in the U.S. on the eve of World War 2. The book seeks to implant a conservation ethic into the students. Written at a high school level, probably for use in an agriculture or biology class. Covers such topics as game birds, national parks, minerals, land, fish, fur industry. Numerous B&W photos. Includes glossary, bibliography, index. Geometric design of a scarlet cover includes line drawings of a camper, oil wells, turkeys, birds and a sailboat. 8vo -- 7.5 In Tall Size: 8vo -- 7.5 In Tall.

    Seller Inventory # 009078

  • West, Willis Mason

    Published by Allyn and Bacon, Boston, 1926

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    Cloth. Condition: Good +. No Jacket. Early Printing. 701 pp., plus additional pages for reading list, index. Numerous b&w photos, several full-color illustrations. Moderate wear, and fading of titling, but binding still strong. Pencil notes on front and rear blank pages. Text clean. Edition not stated but AAA label is on copyright page. West, in his preface, notes that W.W. 1 has vindicated his earlier criticism of Germany and Bismark's ambitions. The high-school textbook is an overview of European history, with emphasis on Britain, Germany and France. Part of West's Histories series -- his 7th title Size: 12mo -- 7.75 in Tall.

    Seller Inventory # 009974

  • Dopp, Katharine E.

    Published by Rand McNally, Chicago, 1912

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    Cloth. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. Brown, Howard V. And Inukai, Kyohei. (illustrator). First Edition. 224 pp. on glossy stock. Tan cloth with dark green drawing and titling. Name in light pencil on front endpaper, no other markings. Binding sturdy. Slight rubbing of the title block on front cover. Small scuff on rear cover. Numerous b&w illustrations on nearly every page, including 21 full-page drawings. Fictional stories to help children in intermediate grades understand the culture and daily life of early seafarers -- the ancestors of Scandinavian and Teuton tribes who inhabited what is now Denmark. This is Volume 4 in the Industrial and Social History Series sponsored by the Extension Service of the University of Chicago. Subtitled "First Steps in the Conquest of the Waters." At the rear is a "Suggestions for Teachers" section. Size: 12mo -- 7.75 in Tall.

    Seller Inventory # 009460