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  • Computers Made Friendly (Paperback)

    Computers Made Friendly (Paperback)

    $3.99

    "The main purpose of these materials is to ensure that students gain an understanding of the significance of computers in our society as well as the ways in which these machines work. Stand-alone systems, LANs, and WANs are covered." — Danielle Lawler, M.S.Ed., Author

  • Reader\\\\\\\'s Digest: How in the World? (Hardback)

    Reader's Digest: How in the World? (Hardback)

    $4.49

    "How does the sun turn city lights on? ... How is fragrance captured from flowers? ... How are secrets sent by codes and ciphers? ... How do film makers create special effects? ... and hundreds of other simple explanations to the world's man-made miracles." — The Reader's Digest Association, Inc., Publisher

  • A Science Odyssey: 100 Years of Discovery

    A Science Odyssey: 100 Years of Discovery (Hardback and Educator's Guide Set)

    $7.99

    "The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and science." — Albert Einstein

  • Introduction to Switching Theory and Logical Design - Third Edition (Hardback)

    Introduction to Switching Theory and Logical Design - Third Edition (Hardback)

    $4.99

    "In the field of digital computers, there is an area somewhere between circuit design and system formulation which is usually identified as switching theory. Although this topic must be mastered by the digital computer engineer, it does not answer all of the questions concerning layout of an efficient digital computing system. The remaining questions, which are less susceptible to formalization, may be grouped under the heading 'Digital System Theory.'" — F. J. Hill and G. R. Peterson, Authors

  • Introduction to Switching Theory and Logical Design - First Edition (Hardback)

    Introduction to Switching Theory and Logical Design - First Edition (Hardback)

    $4.29

    "The usefulness of switching theory is not restricted to engineers actively engaged in computer design. In fact, it is our contention that almost every design engineer in the field of electronics will have some opportunity to draw on the subject. Applications occur whenever information in communication, control, or instrumentation systems, for example, is handled in other than analog form." — Frederick J. Hill and Gerald R. Peterson, Authors

  • Introduction to Artificial Intelligence (Hardback)

    Introduction to Artificial Intelligence (Hardback)

    $4.95

    "Charniak and McDermott have brought together all of the elements of artificial intelligence in a unified introduction to the field. Using logical formalism as a basis, they have written a solid and in-depth explanation of the underlying principles of this fast-moving discipline." — Back Cover

  • Technical Drawing - Fifth Edition (Hardback)

    Technical Drawing - Fifth Edition (Hardback)

    $3.99

    "The extensive use of this text during the last thirty-three years in college classes and in industrial drafting rooms has encouraged the authors in their original aim, which was and still is to prepare a book which teaches the language of the engineer, and to keep it in step with the latest developments in industry." — Henry Cecil Spencer and Ivan Leroy Hill, Co-Authors, 1967

  • Statics (Hardback + Supplemental Problems Booklet)

    Statics (Hardback + Supplemental Problems Booklet)

    $4.95

    "The challenge and responsibility of modern engineering practice demand a high level of creative activity which, in turn, requires the support of strong analytical capability. The subject of engineering mechanics, which includes statics and dynamics, constitutes one of the cornerstones of analytical capability, and all engineers should have a basic background in this field of study." — J. L. Meriam, Author

  • Introductory Signals & Circuits, First Edition (Hardback)

    Introductory Signals & Circuits (Hardback)

    $2.99

    "This book is intended to provide foundation concepts which are believed to have lasting significance and broad implications." — J.B. Cruz, Jr. and M.E. Van Valkenburg, Authors, 1967

  • Exploring Creation with General Science, First Edition (Hardback Textbook)

    Exploring Creation with General Science, First Edition (Hardback Textbook, Paperback Solutions and Tests Manual, Multimedia Companion CD)

    $31.99

    "You will learn about the history of science, how to do science, the history of life, how your body works, and some of the amazing living creatures that exist in God's Creation." — Dr. Jay L. Wile, Author in "Student Notes"

  • The Handy Science Answer Book, Revised and Expanded Second Edition(Paperback)

    The Handy Science Answer Book, Revised and Expanded Second Edition (Paperback)

    $5.99

    "You had more questions, and we've got more answers!" — Back Cover

  • Kids Discover Magazine: Industrial Revolution (Paperback)

    Kids Discover Magazine: Industrial Revolution (Paperback)

    $1.99

    "The Industrial Revolution created modern life." — from "A World Without Machines" (page 2)

  • The Volume Library - Book 1

    The Volume Library (2-Volume Hardback Set)

    $8.99

    "The Volume Library, which is revised and updated annually, was designed for interested, well-informed people—students and adults who need an authoritative reference book for their home book-shelves, and parents who want to keep abreast of the subjects their children are studying in school."—Preface

  • Kids Discover Magazine: Inventions (Paperback)

    Kids Discover Magazine: Inventions (Paperback)

    $2.25

    Who invented the lightbulb? Edison—wrong. Who invented the automobile? Ford—nope. But Robert Goddard invented the rocket right?— Only if he were born 700 years before he actually was. If you want to learn more of the origins of today's most vital inventions, you should read this Kids Discover. Find out who laid the ground work for those great men to improve upon. Oh and in case you're wondering, the first computing machine was built circa 1830.

  • Trailblazers of the Modern World: Marie Curie (Hardback)

    Trailblazers of the Modern World: Marie Curie (Hardback)

    $3.99

    This biography, written for young students, presents the life and accomplishments of the Polish-born chemist, Marie Curie, and discusses her discovery of radium and the development of the use of X-rays in medicine.

  • About Time: Measuring Time (Hardback)

    About Time: Measuring Time (Hardback)

    $5.99

    "With the Industrial Revolution and the dawn of the factory age in the 19th century, everyday life became ruled by time." — Introduction (page 5)

  • About Time: Calendars (Hardback)

    About Time: Calendars (Hardback)

    $5.99

    "This book takes a look at how some early calendars were made, and how we ended up with the calendars we use today. It explains why we have a New Year and other special days, and why calendars have sometimes caused not only puzzlement but riots in the streets!" — Introduction (page 5)

  • About Time: Latitude & Longitude (Hardback)

    About Time: Latitude & Longitude (Hardback)

    $5.99

    "This book looks at how the clock came to the rescue of the sailors at sea, and how navigation became a science....Time turned out to be the key to finding the way—and returning safely." — Introduction (page 5)

  • Kids Discover Magazine: Inventions (Paperback) [1231]

    Kids Discover Magazine: Inventions (Paperback) [1231]

    $2.25

    Who invented the lightbulb? Edison—wrong. Who invented the automobile? Ford—nope. But Robert Goddard invented the rocket right?— Only if he were born 700 years before he actually was. If you want to learn more of the origins of today's most vital inventions, you should read this Kids Discover. Find out who laid the ground work for those great men to improve upon. Oh and in case you're wondering, the first computing machine was built circa 1830.

  • Kids Discover Magazine: Inventions (Paperback) [1256]

    Kids Discover Magazine: Inventions (Paperback) [1256]

    $2.99

    Who invented the lightbulb? Edison—wrong. Who invented the automobile? Ford—nope. But Robert Goddard invented the rocket right?— Only if he were born 700 years before he actually was. If you want to learn more of the origins of today's most vital inventions, you should read this Kids Discover. Find out who laid the ground work for those great men to improve upon. Oh and in case you're wondering, the first computing machine was built circa 1830.

  • Kids Discover Magazine: Inventions (Paperback) [1485]

    Kids Discover Magazine: Inventions (Paperback) [1485]

    $2.25

    Who invented the lightbulb? Edison—wrong. Who invented the automobile? Ford—nope. But Robert Goddard invented the rocket right?— Only if he were born 700 years before he actually was. If you want to learn more of the origins of today's most vital inventions, you should read this Kids Discover. Find out who laid the ground work for those great men to improve upon. Oh and in case you're wondering, the first computing machine was built circa 1830.

  • Childcraft: The How and Why Library Supplement for 1994: A Look into Space (Hardback)

    Childcraft: The How and Why Library Supplement for 1994: A Look into Space (Hardback)

    $2.50

    "Have you ever wondered how it would be to journey into space? Imagine cruising through a wormhole, hitching a ride on a comet, or shaking hands with an alien being. Of course, real space travelers cannot do these things—yet. But anything can happen if you use your imagination. ..." — Preface

  • World Book´s Young Scientist (10-Volume Hardback Set)

    World Book's Young Scientist (10-Volume Hardback Set)

    $9.99

    These brightly illustrated books introduce young students to the various fields of science, from atoms to outer space.

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    Inside the Machine: An Illustrated Introduction to Microprocessors and Computer Architecture (Hardback)

    $32.95

    A worthwhile book for the student just beginning in the field of Computer Science and the layman who simply wants to know how that Machine on their desk works.

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