|12/6/2011 10:46 AM||bob||pub||1/1/1991|
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|2/29/2012 11:43 AM||Donald Borror||McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages||9/1/1960|
Book would be highly usefull for students studying in any of the bilogical sciences. Having a root word dictionary can vastly imporve student performance by reducing the difficulty of the task in remembering a the new languge biology often presents to students. Reccomended as refrence book.
|2/29/2012 11:50 AM||Donald M. Ayers||University of Arizona Press||4/1/1972|
This book would serve as a great companion book to the other suggested book Dictionary Of Word Roots. I highly reccomend a companion book for students studying in the biology department becasue it would help students spell and piece together root word fragments in the proper order woith the porper spelling. I also reccomend this as a reference book and not a on the shelf book because it is a companion book and multiple students studying for exams may need to refer back to certain lessons. Therefore, it would serve best as a refrence book as it is rather like a text book.
|4/2/2012 10:50 AM||Bob||Bob||1/1/2020|
This is a test please let me know if you get the email from this request.
|8/18/2012 10:21 PM||Andrea Cremer||Penguin||6/14/2011||ISBN-10: 014241980X|
I recommend the Nightshade series to my students that liked Twilight. It is a paranormal YA series that's 5 books long.
|8/18/2012 10:22 PM||Andrea Cremer||Penguin||1/3/2012||ISBN-10: 0142420980|
Book 2 of the Nightshade series.
|8/18/2012 10:26 PM||Andrea Cremer||Speak (division of Penguin)||8/7/2012||ISBN-10: 014242370X|
This is Book 3 of the Nightshade series that I recommend to my developmental English readers. It's a YA paranormal series.
|8/18/2012 10:35 PM||Gail Carriger||Orbit||10/1/2009||ISBN-10: 0316056634|
This is an adult fiction series that I recommend to my students that liked Twilight but want something more mature than young adult fiction. It has steampunk and werewolf themes, so it fits the paranormal genre which continues to be popular with students. It also has prominent gay characters which can be found to be affirming for my GLBT-identified students. Finally, it has a strong female lead character throughout the series that constantly goes against society's expectations of her, so it has feminist themes worth exploring.
|8/18/2012 10:38 PM||Gail Carriger||Orbit||4/1/2010||ISBN-10: 0316074144|
This is book 2 of the five book series - they probably sell a bundled box set for cheaper??
|8/18/2012 10:42 PM||Gail Carriger||Orbit||9/1/2010||ISBN-10: 0316074152|
This is book 3 of the five book series. See my note on book 1, Soulless, for why I recommend it to students to get them interested in reading "fun" books. I find that getting students hooked on series novels increased their reading fluency and vocabulary.
|8/18/2012 10:54 PM||Alexs Pate||Scarecrow Press||11/24/2009||ISBN-10: 0810860082|
I recommend this book to students who have little experience with poetry. I find it makes poetry accessible as many college students listen to hip hop.
|9/10/2012 5:25 PM||Lawrence Hill||11/17/2007|
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|11/14/2012 8:21 PM||Khairul Chowdhury||Lambert Academic publishing||10/10/2010|
it's an essential item for Arts and social science students and academics -
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|4/10/2013 12:01 PM||Marjane Satrapi||Pantheon||10/30/2007||0375714839 |
Graphic novel which makes it accessible to developmental readers, but equally enjoyable for more advanced readers. It's about the coming of age story of a teenager in Tehran during the Islamic revolution but despite handling very serious topics, it keeps a humorous bent and engaging flow for the reader. It is quite educational about culture and politics while also being entertaining. Here is the description:
Persepolis is the story of Satrapi's unforgettable childhood and coming of age within a large and loving family in Tehran during the Islamic Revolution; of the contradictions between private life and public life in a country plagued by political upheaval; of her high school years in Vienna facing the trials of adolescence far from her family; of her homecoming--both sweet and terrible; and, finally, of her self-imposed exile from her beloved homeland. It is the chronicle of a girlhood and adolescence at once outrageous and familiar, a young life entwined with the history of her country yet filled with the universal trials and joys of growing up.
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|8/29/2013 9:13 AM||bob||1/1/2013||1|
Please let me know if you get this request. Thanks.
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|7/4/2014 9:34 AM||Alicia Gaspar de Alba||UT Press||7/1/2014|
|7/21/2014 12:43 AM||Mercedes Orus-Lacort||Lulu||5/14/2014||9781291885385||Mercedes Orus-Lacort||Mathematics||Mercedes.email@example.com||Other||No||Done||Completed|
|7/21/2014 12:46 AM||Mercedes Orus-Lacort||Lulu||5/28/2014||9781291886108||Mercedes Orus-Lacort||Mathematics||Mercedes.firstname.lastname@example.org||Other||No||Done||Completed|