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ATUB1 is the Consignor ID of Sandy and Debi Polen, the owners of Another Turn Used Books, who both grew up with the love of books and learning. The contents of the ATUB1 shop are mostly homeschooling materials that they used in the thirteen years of home educating their son Stephen (from Kindergarten all the way up to Graduation).

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  • Power-Glide Junior Adventure: Latin, Level 1 (Kit)

    Power-Glide Junior Adventure: Latin, Level 1 (Kit)

    $46.49

    "This unique, award-winning, and age-relevant foreign language program incorporates more than two dozen visual, auditory and kinesthetic activities to accommodate every learning style. Various puzzles, games, stories, problem-solving activities, and an exciting adventure story have been designed to motivate students and make learning fun! Every course is book and audio CD-based, and provides for a self-paced learning environment [with] minimal or no lesson planning required!" — from the back of the Parent Guide.

  • Brain Quest: 1500 Questions and Answers to Challenge the Mind - 7th Grade - New, Updated Edition (Cards)

    Brain Quest: 1500 Questions and Answers to Challenge the Mind - 7th Grade - New, Updated Edition (Cards)

    $4.99

    "There's a game out there that doesn't need batteries—it runs on brain power. It's called BRAIN QUEST, and it proves that being smart can also be fun." — Chicago Tribune

  • History of Art: A Survey of the Major Visual Arts from the Dawn of History to the Present Day (Hardback)

    History of Art: A Survey of the Major Visual Arts from the Dawn of History to the Present Day (Hardback)

    $11.99

    "The title of this book has a dual meaning: it refers both to the events that make the history of art, and to the scholarly discipline that deals with the events. Perhaps it is just as well that the record and its interpretation are thus designated by the same term. For the two cannot be separated, try as we may.—from the Preface and Acknowledgments by H. W. J. (H. W. Janson)

  • Statistics Made Simple: A Comprehensive Course for Self-Study and Review (Paperback)

    Statistics Made Simple: A Comprehensive Course for Self-Study and Review (Paperback)

    $1.25

    "We can summarize these meanings of the word 'statistics': 1. The public meaning of facts and figures, graphs and charts. The word is plural when used in this sense. 2. The subject itself, with terminology, methodology, and body of knowledge of its own. The word is singular when used in this sense. 3. Quantities calculated from the sample data. The word is plural when used in this sense."—from Chapter 1 What is Statistics?

  • Schaum\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s Outline Series: Theory and Problems of Advanced Mathematics for Engineers & Scientists (Paperback)

    Schaum's Outline Series: Theory and Problems of Advanced Mathematics for Engineers & Scientists (Paperback)

    $3.99

    "It is the purpose of this book to provide important advanced mathematical concepts and methods needed by engineers and scientists as well as mathematicians who are interested in the applications of their field."—M. R. Spiegel (from the Preface)

  • The Genius of Leonardo da Vinci: Leonardo da Vinci on Art and the Artist (Hardback)

    The Genius of Leonardo da Vinci: Leonardo da Vinci on Art and the Artist (Hardback)

    $4.49

    This is a compilation of the notes, writings and speeches of Leonardo da Vinci enhanced by segments from the writings of biographers and the author to show the many facets of one of the greatest men in history.

  • Children Should Know Music Book 3: Origin of Music, The Orchestra, Famous Composers, Grades 5-6 (Paperback)

    Children Should Know Music Book 3: Origin of Music, The Orchestra, Famous Composers, Grades 5-6 (Paperback)

    $3.45

    "Early music had only one part, the melody. Not until harmony was discovered was music considered as important an art as poetry, painting, sculpture, and architecture." — from "Origin and Development of Music"

  • How to Develop Your Child's Gifts and Talents in Writing (Paperback)

    How to Develop Your Child's Gifts and Talents in Writing (Paperback)

    $2.99

    "These investigations into the world of writing should be entered into together, in the spirit of exploration. You investment of time and energy will help to spark your child's interest." — Note to Parents

  • Masterpieces in Art (Paperback)

    Masterpieces in Art (Paperback)

    $1.99

    "Simply stated, this text seeks to put within easy reach of teachers and elementary art students a comprehensive study of masterpieces in art." — Preface

  • The Phillie Phanatic´s Happiest Memories (Paperback)

    The Phillie Phanatic's Happiest Memories (Paperback)

    $5.49

    "The Phillie Phanatic has been the Philadelphia Phillie's biggest cheerleader and baseball's zaniest mascot for as long as anyone can remember. But one thing the Phanatic has a hard time doing is keeping his room neat and clean. Will his mom, Phoebe Phanatic, ever get to see the Phanatic's room tidied up?" — From the back cover

  • On Free Choice of the Will [by] Saint Augustine (Paperback)

    On Free Choice of the Will [by] Saint Augustine (Paperback)

    $1.99

    "As J. H. S. Burleigh has remarked in his recent study, we find in Augustine's De libero arbitrio 'a work which is the highwater mark of his philosophical writing.' Certainly Augustine continued to regard it highly as a medium for the expression of his ideas." — Anna S. Benjamin and L. H. Hackstaff, Translators in Translator's Introduction

  • Treasure Island (Paperback)

    Treasure Island (Paperback)

    $2.99

    "Masterfully crafted, Treasure Island is a stunning yarn of piracy on the fiery tropic seas—an unforgettable tale of treachery that embroils a host of legendary swashbucklers from honest young Jim Hawkins to sinister, two-timing Israel Hands to evil incarnate, blind Pew. But above all, Treasure Island is a complex study of good and evil as embodied by that hero-villain Long John Silver, the merry, unscrupulous buccaneer-rogue whose greedy lust for gold cannot help but win the heart of everyone who ever longed for romance, treasure, and adventure." — From the Back Cover

  • Italic Handwriting Series: 3rd Edition, Instruction Manual (Spiral Bound)

    Italic Handwriting Series: 3rd Edition, Instruction Manual (Spiral Bound)

    $5.99

    "Regardless of how much or how little handwriting is done in adult life, legible letters are still fundamental in education. Italic equips the learner with a legible script. Recognizing the need for a stronger handwriting program, many schools throughout the nation are adopting the Italic Handwriting Series." — From "About Italic & The Italic Handwriting Series" (page 3)

  • Time-Life Books Planet Earth: Volcano (Hardback)

    Time-Life Books Planet Earth: Volcano (Hardback)

    $3.95

    Did you know the loudest explosion in recorded history was not caused by a man-made bomb, but by a volcano in the South Pacific? Krakatoa in the straits of Java exploded August 27, 1883 destroying the island and killing more than 36,000 people in a blast that could be heard over 8,727 miles away in San Francisco, California. Learn more about the power of volcanoes in this wonderful volume.

  • Time-Life Books Planet Earth: Underground Worlds (Hardback)

    Time-Life Books Planet Earth: Underground Worlds (Hardback)

    $3.95

    "Caves are the result of minute incremental etchings of a variety of natural processes that, over a period of many millennia, have hollowed cavities extending for scores of miles into the earth's interior."—from The Lure of the Abyss (page 7)

  • Time-Life Books Planet Earth: Restless Oceans (Hardback)

    Time-Life Books Planet Earth: Restless Oceans (Hardback)

    $3.95

    "The earth is misnamed, for it is more water than land. Seventy-two percent of the planet is covered by a briny mantle whose depth averages two and a quarter miles. And, though geographers speak of many separate seas and oceans, the watery realm is not actually partitioned by land masses; it is a single ocean in which the continents are islands rather than barriers."—from A Briny Mantle for the Earth (page 7)

  • Time-Life Books Planet Earth: Noble Metals (Hardback)

    Time-Life Books Planet Earth: Noble Metals (Hardback)

    $3.95

    "Humanity's never-ending search for precious metals has been a galvanizing force in the developing science of geology. Yet for all the fierce economic motivation underlying it, the study of the earth and its secret workings has been a late blooming science. Seldom has a subject been so shrouded in myth, magic and misconception."—from The Genesis of Mineral Treasures (page 51)

  • Time-Life Books Planet Earth: Forest (Hardback)

    Time-Life Books Planet Earth: Forest (Hardback)

    $3.95

    "Across the planet, tens of thousands of different tree species have conquered almost every kind of climate and terrain."—from The Many Faces of the Forest (page 6) Learn more about these wonders of nature; their anatomy, their types and their beauty in this volume from the Planet Earth series

  • Time-Life Books Planet Earth: Flood (Hardback)

    Time-Life Books Planet Earth: Flood (Hardback)

    $3.95

    "It is the simplest substance on earth, merely two atoms of hydrogen and one of oxygen. Early philosophers embraced it as the fundamental building block of the universe, the wellspring of life itself—and they were not far wrong. It bathes the world with countless forms: a spring spurting from a mountain side, the glass mirror of a still lake, a river gliding silently to the sea.
    But water—this beneficial liquid, so tranquil, soft and tractable—has a murderous Janus face as well.—from Florence's Ordeal by Flood (page 7)

  • Time-Life Books Planet Earth: Earthquake (Hardback)

    Time-Life Books Planet Earth: Earthquake (Hardback)

    $3.95

    "For centuries scientists have struggled to comprehend the place of this terrible force in the natural order of things. Success eluded them until sophisticated instruments made it possible to listen to the innermost mutterings of the globe, calibrate with unprecedented precision the growth of mountains and examine the deepest seas. The discoveries confounded reason: Oceans were opening and closing, continents were being torn asunder in some places and crunched together in titanic collision elsewhere."—from The Dread Power of an Earthquake (page 7)

  • Time-Life Books Planet Earth: Continents in Collision (Hardback)

    Time-Life Books Planet Earth: Continents in Collision (Hardback)

    $3.95

    "Mountains, the most spectacular issue of the geologic processes that shape the earth's crust, defied comprehension for centuries...As recent as 1962, the origin of mountains remained naggingly obscure, and some geologists despaired of soon finding an explanation:"—from Making Sense of Mountains (page 7)

  • Time-Life Books Planet Earth: Atmosphere (Hardback)

    Time-Life Books Planet Earth: Atmosphere (Hardback)

    $3.95

    "The sky presents an eternally unfolding spectacle. One moment puffs of cumulus clouds skitter across it; the next, a billowing thunderhead perhaps 10 miles high may loom over the horizon. The 19th Century British author John Ruskin described the aerial drama as 'almost human in its passions, almost spiritual in its tenderness, almost divine in its infinity.'"—from The Protean Sky (page 6)

  • Time-Life Books Planet Earth: Arid Lands (Hardback)

    Time-Life Books Planet Earth: Arid Lands (Hardback)

    $3.95

    "Unlike any other environment on earth, a desert is defined by what it lacks: water, soil, vegetation and population. By that standard, the beautiful blue planet is a far less benign place than might be imagined."—from The Austere Beauty of the Desert (page 6)

  • The American Wilderness: Wild Alaska (Hardback)

    The American Wilderness: Wild Alaska (Hardback)

    $1.50

    This book mostly addresses Alaska, but Siberia and portions of the Yukon Territory and British Columbia in Canada are also included. The cold wilderness takes up a sizable portion of the earth's surface, where "all but the southern coastal area has a mean annual temperature below freezing." — quote from "The Alaskan Experience" (page 33)

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