Winesburg, Ohio

A Group of Tales of Ohio Small Town Life
Author: Sherwood Anderson
Publisher: New York : The Modern library
ISBN: N.A
Category: City and town life
Page: 303
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En skildring af en række frustrerede menneskeskæbner i en lille amerikansk provinsby

Talking About Wine with Ease


Author: Linda R. Foxworth,Robert W. Wildman II
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
ISBN: 1490758879
Category: Self-Help
Page: 152
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This book is a practical introduction to the enjoyment and service of wines, particularly in business-social settings.

The Managerial Imperative and the Practice of Leadership in Schools


Author: Larry Cuban
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 9780887065934
Category: Education
Page: 293
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With this significant new work, Larry Cuban provides a unique and insightful perspective on the bridging of the long-standing and well-known gap between teachers and administrators. Drawing on the literature of the field as well as personal experience, Cuban recognizes the enduring structural relationship within school organizations inherited by teachers, principals, and superintendents, and calls for a renewal of their sense of common purpose regarding the role of schooling in a democratic society. Cuban analyzes the dominant images (moral and technical), roles (instructional, managerial, and political), and contexts (classroom, school, and district) within which teachers, principals, and superintendents have worked over the last century. He concludes that when these powerful images and roles are wedded to the structural conditions in which schooling occurs, "managerial behavior" results, thus narrowing the potential for more thoughtful, effective, and appropriate leadership. Cuban then turns to consider this situation with respect to the contemporary movement for school reform, identifying significant concerns both for policymakers and practitioners. This honest, thought-provoking book by a leading scholar, writer, and practitioner in the field represents an invaluable resource--an insightful introduction for those just entering the field and a fresh, new perspective for those long-familiar with its complexities. Cuban's ethnographic approach to the development of his own career and viewpoint, as well as his highly readable style, make this a work of lasting value.

Crawling Arnold


Author: Jules Feiffer
Publisher: Dramatists Play Service, Inc.
ISBN: 9780822202479
Category: Drama
Page: 23
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THE STORY: Barry and Grace Enterprise, a couple in their seventies, have two sons; one a thriving two-year-old and the other Arnold, a young man in his thirties who crawls on all fours, insists on a lemon peel in his martini, and is forever misplacing his coloring book. The Enterprises also have a lavish air raid shelter complete with a library of old Our Gang movies and four years' worth of Readers Digest back copies; plus a rather snippy black maid whose feelings have been ruffled by their offer of a separate-but-equal shelter for her. As for Arnold, the Enterprises' concern about him has led to a consultation with Miss Sympathy, a pert, young psychiatric social worker who comes by to do what she can to help straighten him out-and up. She and Arnold are hitting it off rather well when the alert sounds for an air raid drill, and it's down to the shelter for everyone-except that Millie, the maid, has already locked herself in, and the white imperialists out. So Miss Sympathy joins Arnold on the floor (an accepted crisis position) and their increasingly intimate confessions continue to an off-stage obligato by the senior Enterprises. Arnold admits that he has rediscovered the forgotten value of being naughty, and Miss Sympathy concedes that she finds him overpoweringly attractive but what if the all-clear should sound? But it won't. It's broken. That's what Arnold did that was naughty today.

Read and Succeed


Author: Caroline Banks,Mary-Jane McCarthy,Joan Rasool
Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing Company
ISBN: 9780534128166
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Page: 345
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Reading is connected with virtually all of the actions you take in your life as a learner, including thinking, listening, writing, and ultimately, succeeding. With this in mind, Wadsworth brings you Read and Succeed--a text that will help you read and study in ways that enhance your total academic performance.

American Book Publishing Record Cumulative, 1970-1974


Author: Bowker Editorial Staff
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9780835209113
Category:
Page: 6500
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Here's quick access to more than 490,000 titles published from 1970 to 1984 arranged in Dewey sequence with sections for Adult and Juvenile Fiction. Author and Title indexes are included, and a Subject Guide correlates primary subjects with Dewey and LC classification numbers. These cumulative records are available in three separate sets.

James A. Rhodes

Ohio Colossus
Author: Tom Diemer,Lee Leonard,Richard G. Zimmerman
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9781606352151
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Page: 250
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Behind the Plate


Author: Lawrence “Yogi” Berra,Til Ferdenzi
Publisher: Pickle Partners Publishing
ISBN: 1787206181
Category: Sports & Recreation
Page: 107
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Life had not been kind to young Tommy Riggs—and even though he had all the natural playing ability to become a Major Leaguer, his anger at the world kept him from becoming the great player he could be. How Tommy Riggs learned not only to be a star catcher, but also to live with himself and his teammates, makes a suspenseful story filled with the true-to-life color of baseball from the Minor Leagues through the bitter competition of spring training camp to top flight baseball as it is played in the Major Leagues. It is a story every sports fan will enjoy. LAWRENCE “YOGI” BERRA was probably the one man best able to tell sports fans how to play BEHIND THE PLATE and how it feels to be a catcher. His unequaled career with the New York Yankees won him a place as one of the all-time greats. In the words of Casey Stengel, “Outside of DiMaggio, the man behind the plate, Berra, is the greatest player that I ever had to manage.” TIL FERDENZI had a completely rounded sports background that made him the perfect collaborator for “Yogi” on this book. A six-letter varsity baseball and football athlete at Boston College—a former high school coach of baseball and football—and for sportswriter for the New York Journal-American, he helped bring baseball alive for sports fans in BEHIND THE PLATE.

Perception of Print

Reading Research in Experimental Psychology
Author: Ovid J.L. Tzeng,Harry Singer
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1315454351
Category: Psychology
Page: 336
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In the late 1970s, reading research had become a true interdisciplinary endeavour with flavours of anthropology, artificial intelligence, cognitive psychology, educational psychology, linguistics, neuroscience and instructional technology. Given appropriate integration, results from these diverse perspectives can enhance our understanding of reading behaviour tremendously, both in its acquisition and in its skilled functioning. Thus, the enthusiasm for such interdisciplinary interaction had been quite intense for some time. In the years before publication, the National Reading Conference had been doing everything possible to accelerate this interaction. Originally published in 1981, the chapters in this book are the fruits of that effort. The research focuses on specifying skills in identifying alphabetical elements and the rules that govern their combination, on constructing models that characterize the recognition of individual words and the interpretation of texts, and on discovering what factors are responsible for blocking the normal acquisition process in many children. Chapters 2 to 12 of this book reflect these changing foci. They are nevertheless sandwiched by two chapters that deal with the historical background and future outlook of reading instruction.

Presto and Zesto in Limboland


Author: Arthur Yorinks,Maurice Sendak
Publisher: Michael di Capua Books
ISBN: 9780062644657
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Page: 28
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Fans of Maurice Sendak's Caldecott Medal-winning Where the Wild Things Are will love Presto and Zesto in Limboland—a never-before-published picture book collaboration between Maurice Sendak and Arthur Yorinks, author of Caldecott Medal winner Hey, Al. This marvelous tale tells the story of two friends, Presto and Zesto, and how they find themselves lost in the magical, mysterious place called Limboland. Author Arthur Yorinks said: “Nearly twenty years ago, Maurice and I, inspired by our friendship, conceived this book about two friends making their way in a very mixed-up world.” The story indeed turns the world upside down and on its head as Presto and Zesto wander into the alternate universe of Limboland. And, in the best and most familiar Sendak and Yorinks tradition, the rest of the story is an attempt to find their way home past a jumbled cast of characters. This is the third collaboration between Yorinks and Sendak, following The Miami Giant (1995) and Mommy? (2006), and is an homage to their long-time friendship.

Getting Around Brown

Desegregation, Development, and the Columbus Public Schools
Author: Gregory S. Jacobs
Publisher: Ohio State University Press
ISBN: 0814207200
Category: Education
Page: 291
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The resulting middle-class abandonment of urban education in Columbus produced an increasingly poor, African American city school system and a powerful form of defensive activism within the overwhelmingly white suburban systems.

Twice As Good

Condoleezza Rice and Her Path to Power
Author: Marcus Mabry
Publisher: Rodale
ISBN: 1594868387
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Page: 400
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Examines the life and achievements of Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, from her childhood in Alabama and Colorado to her controversial role in sending Americans to war in Iraq. Reprint.

Tears of Min Brock


Author: J. E. Lowder
Publisher: Wordcrafts Press
ISBN: 9780692304617
Category: Fiction
Page: 308
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Areall crept toward the parchment as if an evil spirit possessed it. "Its beauty is its deception," she whispered. "Burn it, child. Destroy it or you will curse us. The Cauldron will know. The Cauldron will see. They will come." Elabea calmly lifted the parchment from the coals, where it had refused to burn. "How can something so beautiful be evil?" The Dark War is over. Betrayal, defeat and death forever accompany any mention of the battlefield known as Min Brock. The shining kingdom of Claire is no more. Any hint of rebellion is supressed by the constant drone that echoes throughout the land. The Oracles of the Council of Ebon, the dark lords who feed the perpetual flames of the Cauldron, forbid even mentioning the name of the Only, the King of Claire, on pain of death. Yet in the night... a whisper comes to Elabea, a girl of 14 summers, who hears and dares to believe there might be more to life than the drone. Accompanied by her lifelong friend, Galadin, Elabea embarks on a dangerous journey to become one of the most powerful creatures in the land - a storyteller. Along the way she must learn to discern the true whisper of Claire from the counterfeit whisper of Ebon. One might lead her to restore light and life to a world ruled by darkness. The other leads to certain death. The War of Whispers has begun.

Educational Assessment

Tests and Measurements in the Age of Accountability
Author: Robert J. Wright
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 1412949173
Category: Education
Page: 563
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Educational Tests and Measurements in the Age of Accountability is a core text for use in a first level graduate course in educational measurement and testing. In addition to covering the topics traditionally found in core textbooks for this course, this text also provides coverage of contemporary topics (including national testing programs, international achievement comparisons, the value added assessment of schools and teachers, and the public policy debate on selective admissions vs. affirmative minority enrollment).

Becoming American Jews

Temple Israel of Boston
Author: Meaghan Dwyer-Ryan,Susan L. Porter,Lisa Fagin Davis
Publisher: UPNE
ISBN: 1584657901
Category: Religion
Page: 259
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A compelling history of Boston s Temple Israel and its role in American Reform Judaism"

Baseball in Louisville


Author: Anne Jewell
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 9780738542416
Category: History
Page: 128
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Louisville and baseball share a long and strong bond that also happens to be one rollicking tale. From scandals and superstars, to Louisville Slugger® bats and beyond, Baseball in Louisville explores the ups, downs, eccentricities, and historic elements that define America's great pastime in Louisville. With names like Honus Wagner, Fred Clarke, Earle Combs, Pee Wee Reese, Adam Dunn, and Chris Burke in the line-up, this volume delivers a substantial and entertaining overview of baseball's past and present.

You Are Here

From the Compass to GPS, the History and Future of How We Find Ourselves
Author: Hiawatha Bray
Publisher: Basic Books
ISBN: 0465080987
Category: Science
Page: 272
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The story of the rise of modern navigation technology, from radio location to GPS—and the consequent decline of privacy What does it mean to never get lost? You Are Here examines the rise of our technologically aided era of navigational omniscience—or how we came to know exactly where we are at all times. In a sweeping history of the development of location technology in the past century, Bray shows how radio signals created to carry telegraph messages were transformed into invisible beacons to guide ships and how a set of rapidly-spinning wheels steered submarines beneath the polar icecap. But while most of these technologies were developed for and by the military, they are now ubiquitous in our everyday lives. Our phones are now smart enough to pinpoint our presence to within a few feet—and nosy enough to share that information with governments and corporations. Filled with tales of scientists and astronauts, inventors and entrepreneurs, You Are Here tells the story of how humankind ingeniously solved one of its oldest and toughest problems—only to herald a new era in which it's impossible to hide.

A Cherished Past, a Golden Future

Celebrating the First One Hundred Years of Upper Arlington
Author: City of Upper Arlington,Upper Arlington Historical Society,Upper Arlington Public Library
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9781939710680
Category: Upper Arlington (Ohio)
Page: 238
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The story of a city designed with strong roots, a foundation that was built to last. One of the early planned communities, it was conceived and executed by a self-made man who chose not to isolate himself in a walled castle. Instead, he envisioned a place where he himself would like to live with a family.