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      Annie's Attic Mysteries

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      From the publisher Annie’s Attic: “Join Annie Dawson and the members of the Hook and Needle Club of Stony Point, Maine, as they track down mysteries connected with the contents found in the attic of Annie’s ancestral home, Grey Gables. There will be danger, adventures and heartwarming discoveries in the secrets Annie unearths—secrets about their own family as well as the townspeople of this charming seacoast town in central Maine. Let the good people of Stony Point warm your heart and the mysteries of Annie’s Attic keep you on the edge of your seat.”

      There are 30 titles in this series.

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      Annie's Mysteries Unraveled

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      From the publisher Annie’s: “Mystery always finds its way to Kate Stevens’s door. Kate, a dynamic crochet designer and author in the charming village of Sage Hills, Texas, is also known for her sleuthing capabilities. Join Kate and her friends as they crochet their way to the solution of each heart-pounding whodunit. There will be danger, adventures, and exciting discoveries in every thrilling tale. You’ll be on the edge of your seat as Kate and her entourage pursue each clue and find themselves embroiled in spine-tingling new mysteries along the way. Join us and see how these mysteries unravel.”

      There are 12 titles in this series.

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      Applied Mathematical Sciences Series from Springer-Verlag

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      From the publisher: “The mathematization of all sciences, the fading of traditional scientific boundaries, the impact of computer technology, the growing importance of computer modeling and the necessity of scientific planning all create the need both in education and research for books that are introductory to and abreast of these developments. The purpose of this series is to provide such books, suitable for the user of mathematics, the mathematician interested in applications, and the student scientist. In particular, this series will provide an outlet for topics of immediate interest because of the novelty of its treatment of an application or of mathematics being applied or lying close to applications. These books should be accessible to readers versed in mathematics or science and engineering, and will feature a lively tutorial style, a focus on topics of current interest, and present clear exposition of broad appeal.” There are over 200 titles in this series.

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      BarCharts: QuickStudy Laminated Reference Guides

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      These comprehensive guides provide the information needed to learn any subject: Spanish, math, chemistry, English, computers, and many more topics. Presented in a clear, concise outline format, these guides are perfect for the beginner or expert. They’re sturdy and laminated for added protection and long life.

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      Brain Quest

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      Their motto is “It’s O.K. to be smart!” The brand consists of a board game, card sets, and workbooks.

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      Cambridge Studies in Advanced Mathematics

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      This series is from Cambridge University Press, who state on their website, “The Cambridge Studies in Advanced Mathematics is a series of books each of which aims to introduce the reader to an active area of mathematical research. All topics in pure mathematics are covered, and treatments are suitable for graduate students, and experts from other branches of mathematics, seeking access to research topics.” There are 165 books in this series.

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      Chicken Soup for the Soul

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      These books include heartwarming and inspirational stories that emphasize love, learning, parenting, overcoming obstacles, and living your dreams.

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      Childcraft: The How and Why Library Supplements

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      These yearly supplements to the Childcraft: The How and Why Library provide focused discussions on topics of interest to young students. They’re colorfully illustrated and show well on your bookshelf.

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      Classroom Resource Materials from the MAA

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      From the publisher, The Mathematical Association of America (MAA): “This series provides supplementary material for students and their teachers—laboratory, exercises, projects, historical information, textbooks with unusual approaches for presenting mathematical ideas, career information, and much more.”

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      CliffsNotes

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      Also known as Cliff’s Notes, this line of products began in 1958 with 16 Shakespeare study guides and has expanded to cover several subjects, including Accounting, College, Economics, Foreign Language, Government, History, Literature, Management, Math, Sciences, Test Prep, and Writing. The product line is named after Clifton Keith Hillegass (1918-2001), who wanted to create an American version of the Canadian study guides Cole’s Notes.

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      CliffsQuickReview

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      This group of CliffsNotes covers over 30 introductory level courses. Go through the book from start to finish, or select the chapter that reviews a specific concept or topic.

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      Computer Science Series from McGraw Hill

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      The McGraw Hill Computer Science Series features highly accessible books on major topics of interest to mathematicians, computer scientists, and computer systems engineers. From Artificial Intelligence to Database Design to The Psychology of Computer Vision, you’re bound to find some of the pioneering volumes in their respective fields in this vintage collection.

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      Cornerstones of Freedom

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      These books are written for children in the elementary and middle school grades and cover key events, places, documents, and people primarily from American History.

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      Cornerstones Series from Birkhäuser

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      This series comes from Birkhäuser: “Cornerstones comprises textbooks that focus on what students need to know and what faculty should teach regarding various selected topics in pure and applied mathematics and related subjects. Aimed at aspiring young mathematicians at the advanced undergraduate to the second-year graduate level, books that appear in this series are intended to serve as the definitive advanced texts for the next generation of mathematicians. By enlisting only expert mathematicians and leading researchers in each field who are top-notch expositors with established track records, Cornerstones volumes are models of clarity that provide authoritative modern treatments of the essential subjects of pure and applied mathematics while capturing the beauty and excitement of mathematics for the reader. The Series Editors themselves are accomplished researchers with considerable writing experience, and seek to infuse each text with excellence and purpose through a collaborative, yet highly rigorous selection and reviewing protocol.” There are approximately 14 titles in this series.

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      Cultural Atlas for Young People

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      Designed for young students, these atlases are divided into parts that cover history, culture and society, and maps. There are a generous number of illustrations and photographs of artifacts. Each atlas ends with a glossary, a further reading section, a gazetteer, and an index.

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      Discoveries Series from Weldon Owen

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      From the British publisher, Weldon Owen: “A stunningly illustrated series for children, covering the major subject areas of nature, science and technology, history and culture.

      • Wide range of exciting topics, including living things on land and in the sea, great creatures and civilisations of the past, extreme conditions and the furthest reaches of space
      • Packed with bold illustrations and photographs
      • Includes fact boxes and glossary pages”

      There are 22 titles in this series.

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      Discrete Mathematics and Its Applications

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      This series, published by Chapman & Hall/CRC Press, covers a wide range of handbooks, tables, and textbooks concerning discrete mathematics and its applications. Subjects include algorithms, combinatorics, matrix theory, computation, computer science, and cryptology, to name but a few.

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      Dolciani Mathematical Expositions

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      This is a series from the Mathematical Association of America (MAA) and was established through a generous gift to the MAA from Mary P. Dolciani, Professor of Mathematics at Hunter College of the City University of New York. It was her purpose to further the ideal of excellence in mathematical exposition. The books in this series feature lucid expository style, stimulating mathematical content, and ample supply of exercises, suitable for the undergraduate and even the mathematically inclined high-school student.

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      Dorling Kindersley: Eyewitness Books

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      These books cover a broad range of topics, including science, history, locations, and nature. Characteristic to most DK publications, the pages are full of brightly-colored illustrations and photographs, perfect for the visual learner. (Click here to read our article about this series, “Eyewitness Books from Dorling Kindersley Offer Brilliantly-Colored Education.”)

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      Dorling Kindersley: Look Closer

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      These colorful books delve into various habitats and the lifeforms that live there. There are 12 (known) volumes in this series, which appears to no longer be in print: Cave Life, Coral Life, Desert Life, Meadow, Pond Life, Rain Forest, River Life, Shoreline, Swamp Life, Tide Pool, Tree Life, and Woodland.

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      Editor In Chief: Grammar Disasters and Punctuation Faux Pas

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      Each workbook features 33 activities that span different writing styles: expository, descriptive, narrative, dialogue, letter, and schedule. The illustrations and their captions are correct, but the accompanying text contains errors in facts, grammar, and punctuation. The workbooks in this series begin at level A (Grades 4-5) and go to level C (Grades 8+). They’re great for helping a student spot mistakes in material that is not too familiar to them (such as their own work). This curriculum is featured in the blog article Correcting Someone Else’s Mistakes Is Much More Fun … and Educational.

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      Encyclopedia of Mathematics and Its Applications

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      From Cambridge University Press: “This series is devoted to significant topics or themes that have wide application in mathematics or mathematical science and for which a detailed development of the abstract theory is less important than a thorough and concrete exploration of the implications and applications. Books in the Encyclopedia of Mathematics and Its Applications will cover their subject comprehensively. Less important results may be summarized as exercises at the ends of chapters. For technicalities, readers can be referred to the bibliography, which is expected to be comprehensive. As a result, volumes will be encyclopedic references or manageable guides to major subjects.”

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      Frontiers in Applied Mathematics from SIAM

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      This series is published by the Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM). They state, “Frontiers in Applied Mathematics is a series that presents new mathematical or computational approaches to significant scientific problems. Beginning with Volume 4, the series reflects a change in both philosophy and format. Each volume focuses on a broad application of general interest to applied mathematicians as well as engineers and other scientists.

      “This unique series will advance the development of applied mathematics through the rapid publication of short, inexpensive books that lie on the cutting edge of research.”

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      Graduate Studies in Mathematics

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      From the American Mathematical Society (AMS): “The volumes in this series are specifically designed as graduate studies texts, but are also suitable for recommended and/or supplemental course reading. With appeal to both students and professors, these texts make ideal independent study resources. The breadth and depth of the series’ coverage make it an ideal acquisition for all academic libraries that support mathematics programs.”

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      Great Illustrated Classics

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      These books are adaptations of classic literature, designed for the young reader. The print in these books is large, perfect for young eyes. Black and white drawings illustrate the text. For a list of titles, visit our Great Illustrated Classics Collection for Young Readers feature page.

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      Highlights: Which Way USA?

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      There is a puzzle book and map set for each state in the United States. In true Highlights fashion, these are brightly illustrated books that engage students in Grades 3-6.

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      Landoll Classics

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      Landoll Classics are classics retold for a younger audience. The books include black-and-white, pen-and-ink illustrations.

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      Learning Language Arts Through Literature

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      This series uses the whole language or integrated language approach by teaching grammar, vocabulary, writing mechanics, reading, spelling, penmanship, and thinking skills through dictation lessons. It is not necessary to have the complete pieces of literature, but a bibliography is included if you wish to acquire them. This is a Christian curriculum.

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      Lecture Notes in Mathematics (LNM)

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      From the publisher, Springer: “This series reports on new developments in mathematical research and teaching—quickly, informally and at a high level. The type of material considered for publication includes (1) Research monographs, (2) Lectures on a new field or presentation of a new angle in a classical field, and (3) Summer schools and intensive courses on topics of current research.” There have been at least 2090 volumes published since 1964 to the present.

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      London Mathematical Society Student Texts

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      From the publisher, Cambridge University Press: “This series consists of textbooks aimed at advanced undergraduates or beginning graduate students. It covers the whole range of pure mathematics, as well as topics in applied mathematics and mathematical physics that involve a substantial use of modern mathematical methods. Topics not of a standard nature though of current interest are also covered by volumes in this series.” There are 170 titles in this series.

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      Lost Civilizations from Time-Life Books

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      This series of reference books explores the worlds of the past, using the finds of archaeologists and other scientists to bring ancient peoples and their cultures vividly to life. There are 24 books in this series from Time-Life Books.

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      Magic Tree House

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      The Magic Tree House series began in 1992 with Dinosaurs Before Dark and has since grown to over 48 titles. The books follow siblings Annie and Jack as they travel to distant places and times. There is magic, mystery, and adventure in each book, written for children 6-8 years old. Older students may enjoy using these books as a kick-off point for more in-depth study of science, mythology, geography, world cultures, and history. Visit Random House’s Magic Tree House Series in our Virtual Mall for more book-related websites and products, including lesson plans.

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      Mark Twain Greystone Definitive Edition (Reproductions)

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      Originally, only 1024 Greystone Definitive Edition sets were published, but later Greystone Press reproduced them in these more accessible volumes. These attractive deep red hardback books are in GOOD to VERY GOOD condition and contain several letters, speeches, and stories written by Samuel Clemens, known popularly as Mark Twain, over the many years of his illustrious career.

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      Mark Twain: Author's National Edition

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      These are volumes from the 1922 set of Author’s National Edition of The Writing of Mark Twain. Each volume has a single drawing related to the contents, a standardized title page, and the inscription “This is the authorized Uniform Edition of my books. Mark Twain” — Note this is a copy of Mark Twain’s signature, NOT an original. There were 25 volumes in this set.

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      Mathematica GuideBooks

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      From the publisher, Springer Science+Business Media, Inc.: “…[The] main goal of the GuideBooks is to demonstrate, showcase, teach, and exemplify scientific problem solving with Mathematica.” There are four volumes in this series, with the Programming volume being highly recommended to be studied first.

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      Matt Christopher Sports Series for Kids

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      “Matt Christopher is the name young readers turn to when they’re looking for fast-paced, action-packed sports novels.”

      The “#1 Sports Series for Kids” includes stories of kids playing various types of sports. There are over 50 titles in this series with one that is bound to interest your young athletes.

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      Mysteries of Sparrow Island

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      These Christian fiction books are published by Guideposts: “Meet Abigail Stanton, ornithologist, bird-watcher and a keen observer who brings a sharp eye to bear on the secrets that lie hidden on Sparrow Island, a place of extraordinary natural beauty in the San Juan Islands. Abby has a knack for finding her way into the middle of mysteries full of excitement and intrigue…but also inspired by hope and faith.”

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      Prentice Hall Series in Artificial Intelligence

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      This series is “for high-quality texts in Artificial Intelligence and related areas including intelligent control, adaptive systems, and neural networks.”

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      Princeton Landmarks in Mathematics and Physics

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      From the publisher, Princeton University Press: “Committed to the highest standard of scholarship and to its widespread dissemination, Princeton University Press publishes a continuing series of paperback books in math and physics written by some of the world’s finest scientists on topics of lasting importance. These books will become indispensable additions to the personal libraries of advanced students, teaching faculty, and professional physicists and mathematicians.”

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      Saxon Math: Incremental Development Series

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      Saxon math books are extremely popular in private and home schools. This might be because of the incremental approach to learning, also referred to as the spiral method. Topics previously covered are revisited in the new lessons, so the student gets enough practice to reinforce understanding. The publisher states, “Consistent, honest effort will produce genuine learning with a high level of retention.” Our catalog contains used copies of the textbooks, and in some cases, solutions manuals and test booklets. Saxon’s math curriculum is featured in our Blog, as well as in our Curriculum Choices section of our Recommendations.

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      Scrappers

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      This series of nine books, written by Dean Hughes, follows nine kids who formed a team at the last minute and are fighting for a shot at the championship in youth baseball.

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      Smart Apple Media: About Time

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      This 4-volume series is aimed at the young scientist who is interested in Calendars, Earth Time, Latitude & Longitude, and Measuring Time. Each volume examines the history of time measurement and the science, math, and technology behind it.

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      Southwestern Student Handbook Annual Supplements

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      These books update the Student Handbook set of references and were issued annually. Their covers match the version of the set that they are updating.

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      Springer Graduate Texts in Mathematics

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      Over 200 volumes have been published by Springer in this series of books and textbooks for the graduate student in mathematics. From Arithmetic to Topology, these books are written by experts in their fields

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      Springer Undergraduate Mathematics Series (SUMS)

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      The Springer Undergraduate Mathematics Series (SUMS) is designed for undergraduates in the mathematical sciences. From core foundational material to final year topics, SUMS books take a fresh and modern approach and are ideal for self-study or for a one- or two-semester course. Each book includes numerous examples, problems and fully worked solutions. There are over 60 titles in this series.

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      Statistics and Computing Series from Springer

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      From the publisher: “Statistics and Computing (SC) includes monographs and advanced texts on statistical computing and statistical packages.” There are approximately 40 titles in this series.

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      Stochastic Modelling and Applied Probability

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      From the publisher, Springer: “The series founded in 1975 and formerly entitled Applications of Mathematics publishes high-level research monographs that make a significant contribution to some field of application or methodology from stochastic analysis, while maintaining rigorous mathematical standards, and also displaying the expository quality to make them useful and accessible to doctoral students. Its scope covers in particular ● Stochastic Mechanics ● Random Media ● Signal Processing and Image Synthesis ● Mathematical Economics and Finance ● Stochastic Optimisation ● Stochastic Control ● Stochastic Models in Life Sciences.” The books include British spelling and most are printed on acid-free paper. There are approximately 80 titles in this series.

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      Student Mathematical Library

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      From the publisher, American Mathematical Society (AMS): “The AMS undergraduate series, the Student Mathematical Library, is for books that will spark students’ interests in modern mathematics and increase their appreciation for research. Books published in the series emphasize original topics and approaches. The step from mathematical coursework to mathematical research is one of the most important developments in a mathematician’s career. To make the transition successfully, the student must be motivated and interested in doing mathematics rather than merely learning it. They are suitable for honors courses, upper-division seminars, reading courses, or self-study.” There are approximately 70 titles in this series.

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      Tales from Grace Chapel Inn

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      These Christian books are published by Guideposts: “Once you visit the charming village of Acorn Hill, tucked away in rural Pennsylvania, you’ll never want to leave. Townsfolk relax on their porch swings or gather to discuss the day’s events at the Coffee Shop over homemade pie. It’s the kind of town where friendship and faith flow together like a wide river on a fine spring day.

      “And you’ll love spending time with the Howard sisters, who have begun a new life together in their childhood home, a gracious Victorian house now a bed and breakfast called Grace Chapel Inn. Here they rekindle old memories, rediscover the bonds of sisterhood, revel in the blessings of friendship—and meet many fascinating guests along the way.”

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      Teacher Created Literature Units

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      These “A Guide for Using” literature units were published by Teacher Created Materials, Inc., and Teacher Created Resources, Inc. These unit studies include lesson plans for the elementary grades (Grades 1 through 6). Characteristic of literature-based unit studies, the book guides the lessons, which include other school subjects, such as art, history, applied math, geography, world cultures, and others.

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      Texts and Monographs in Computer Science from Springer-Verlag

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      From the publisher, Springer-Verlag: “Volumes published in this series will present material of current research of interest to researchers and graduate students – in the form of either a monograph or an edited compendium of related articles. Each volume will provide a reasonable self-contained account of a topic, as well as a survey of the literature on the topic.” There are over 70 volumes in this series.

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      Texts in Applied Mathematics (TAM)

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      From the publisher, Springer: “The mathematization of all sciences, the fading of traditional scientific boundaries, the impact of computer technology, the growing importance of computer modeling and the necessity of scientific planning all create the need both in education and research for books that are introductory to and abreast of these developments.

      “The aim of this series is to provide such textbooks in applied mathematics for the student scientist. Books should be well illustrated and have clear exposition and sound pedagogy. Large number of examples and exercises at varying levels are recommended.

      “TAM publishes textbooks suitable for advanced undergraduate and beginning graduate courses, and complements the Applied Mathematical Sciences (AMS) series, which focuses on advanced textbooks and research-level monographs.”

      There are approximately 80 titles in this series.

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      The Addison-Wesley Signature Series

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      From the publisher, Addison-Wesley: “The Addison-Wesley Signature Series provides readers with practical and authoritative information on the latest trnds in modern technology for computer professionals. the series is bsed on one simple premise: Great books come from great authors. Books in the series are personally chosen by expert advisors, would-class authors in their own right. These experts are proud to put their signatures on the covers, and their signatures ensure that thse throught leaders have worked lclosely with authors to define topic coverage, book scope, cirtical content, and overall uniqueness. The expert signatures also symbolize a promise to our readers: Your are reading a future classic.” The consultants for this series, whose covers have designated cover and ribbon bookmark colors, include Kent Beck (Blue, Lavender), Mike Cohn (Green), and Martin Fowler (Red).

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      The Art of Computer Programming

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      This multivolume work on the analysis of algorithms has long been recognized as the definitive description of classical computer science. Donald E. Knuth, known throughout the world for his pioneering work on algorithms and programming techniques, has put together these small books, called fascicles, which will be published at regular intervals. Ultimately, the content of these fascicles will be rolled up into the comprehensive, final version of each volume, and the enormous undertaking that began in 1962 will be complete (some estimates place the year of completion as 2020).

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      The Folger Library General Reader's Shakespeare

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      The Folger Shakespeare Library is an independent research library located in Washington, D.C., and has the world’s largest collection of the printed works of William Shakespeare. The books in the General Reader’s Shakespeare series include modernized spelling and punctuation and interpretative essays.

      Louis B. Wright, General Editor, was the Director of the Folger Shakespeare Library from 1948 until his retirement in 1968. Virginia LaMar, Assistant Editor, served as research assistant to the Director and Executive Secretary of the Library from 1946 until her death in 1968.

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      The Library of American Freedoms

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      Published by Palladium Press from 2001-2014, each volume in this series focuses on the founding principles of American democracy and the freedoms Americans hold dear. Containing collective works of Founding Fathers and high-profile Presidents and law-makers, each leather-bound volume is decorated with golden lettering and page edges. There are 65 volumes in this series, with several now out of print.

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      The MAA New Mathematical Library (NML)

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      The publisher, the Mathematical Association of America, wrote of the creation of this library when they introduced it in Volume 1: “The New Mathematical Library (NML) was begun in 1961 by the School Mathematics Study Group to make available to high school students short expository books on various topics not usually covered in the high school syllabus. In a decade the NML matured into a steadily growing series of some twenty titles of interest not only to the originally intended audience, but to college students and teachers at all levels. Previously published by Random House and L. W. Singer, the NML became a publication series of the Mathematical Association of America (MAA) in 1975. Under the auspices of the MAAA the NML will continue to grow and will remain dedicated to its original and expanded purposes.”

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      Time-Life Books: Planet Earth

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      There are 18 (known) volumes in this geology series that covers several aspects of our home world: from its atmosphere all the way down to deep under ground.

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      Time-Life Books: The American Wilderness

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      Explore the diverseness of North American locations, from luscious forests to bone-dry deserts. There are 27 volumes in this series. The brilliant photography, a taste of which can be seen on the covers, is a top feature of this collection.

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      TimeFrame Series from Time-Life Books

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      Starting in 3000 BC and going into the present age, these volumes from the Editors of Time-Life Books were published in the late 1980s and early 1990s. They are filled with full-color photographs and illustrations and make great references for those studying history in chronological order. There are 25 volumes in this series.

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      Treasury of Children's Classics

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      These books are the unabridged versions of classic children’s literature. You’ll find the majority of these on school reading lists.

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      Undergraduate Texts in Mathematics (UTM)

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      From the publisher: “Undergraduate Texts in Mathematics are generally aimed at third- and fourth-year undergraduate mathematics students at North American universities. These texts strive to provide students and teachers with new perspectives and novel approaches. The books include motivation that guides the reader to an appreciation of interrelations among different aspects of the subject. They feature examples that illustrate key concepts as well as exercises that strengthen understanding.” There are over 200 titles in this series.

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      Universitext

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      From the publisher, Springer: “Universitext is a series of textbooks that presents material from a wide variety of mathematical disciplines at master’s level and beyond. The books, often well class-tested by their author, may have an informal, personal even experimental approach to their subject matter. Some of the most successful and established books in the series have evolved through several editions, always following the evolution of teaching curricula, to very polished texts.

      “Thus as research topics trickle down into graduate-level teaching, first textbooks written for new, cutting-edge courses may make their way into Universitext.” There are over 350 titles in this series.

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      Usborne Illustrated World History

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      Usborne is known for its generously-illustrated publications that appeal to the visual learner. The series’ captioned illustrations accompany articles written for young students who are studying ancient civilizations.

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      Use R!

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      From the publisher, Springer: “This series of inexpensive and focused books on R will publish shorter books aimed at practitioners. Books can discuss the use of R in a particular subject area (e.g., epidemiology, econometrics, psychometrics) or as it relates to statistical topics (e.g., missing data, longitudinal data). In most cases, books will combine LaTeX and R so that the code for figures and tables can be put on a website. Authors should assume a background as supplied by Dalgaard’s Introductory Statistics with R or other introductory books so that each book does not repeat basic material.” There are over 45 titles in this series.

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      World Almanac Library: Trailblazers of the Modern World

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      This series of biographies closely examines the lives of people who have changed the world since the turn of the twentieth century. They may be notable athletes, scientists, innovators, inventors, politicians, or social leaders, but they have all one thing in common: they’ve changed the way we view the world. These books, written for young students, includes selections from primary documents, historic photos, timelines, lists of books and websites for further reading, and indices. There were at least 42 of these biographies published in the early 2000s.

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