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An Introduction to Human Services
Marianne R. Woodside, Tricia McClam
0534642276
January 25, 2005
Paperback
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Book Description
Woodside and McClam's text provides a solid introduction to the profession of human services through a comprehensive study of the field. This best-selling, student-friendly text presents a historical context of the field, a practical overview of the profession, and the skills needed to succeed as a human service worker, in a format that enables students to see principles in action through case studies. Readers explore concepts central to human services, such as serving the whole person, using an interdisciplinary approach, interacting with helper and client, training generalists, and empowering clients.

About the Author
Dr. Woodside is affiliated with the Human Services, Mental Health Counseling, and Counselor Education programs at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. She...


New Cook Book, Limited Edition "Pink Plaid" : For Breast Cancer Awareness (Better Homes & Gardens)
Tricia Laning (Editor)
0696227320
bound - August 9, 2005
Ring-bound
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From Booklist
When the more-than-75-year-old cooking bible, Better Homes and Gardens Cookbook, pays homage to breast cancer research, it's definitely become a mainstream cause. In addition to the 1,200 recipes and 700 color photographs, on top of the detailed information and illustrated charts that the publication's editors are known for, the newest feature of this limited-edition guide is its "pink plaid" section devoted to directions on how to eat for life--that is, instructions on miracle foods, like antioxidants, and the best low-fat, health-filled recipes to tempt anyone's taste buds, from a southwestern spinach omelet to reduced-calorie creamy mocha custards. Arrayed in a ready-to-use ringed binder, this thirteenth edition stands rightfully as a cooking reference book, to have and to hold. Barbara...


Mrs. Spitzer's Garden
Edith Pattou, Tricia Tusa (Illustrator)
0152019782
May 14, 2001
Hardcover
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From Publishers Weekly
At the end of each summer, the principal of Tremont Elementary School "walks down the hall to Mrs. Spitzer's room and gives her a packet of seeds." The cheerily appointed classroom (stocked with a gerbil, a rug with real hopscotch squares and a "dress-up corner") seems to augur a run-of-the-mill kindergarten tale, but Pattou (Hero's Song) soon launches her story into the realm of metaphor. Mrs. Spitzer's "seeds" are duly planted and tenderly nurtured, and while some "grow quickly, pushing upward, eager, impatient," others "grow more slowly, unfolding themselves bit by bit." As the seasons progress, the little plants grow sturdier, until finally the school year comes to a close and Mrs. Spitzer's job is done. Pattou relates her parable in straightforward yet gentle prose, leaving the whimsy to Tusa's (Maebelle's...


Treasure Map
Stuart J. Murphy
0064467384
Sept 2004
Paperback
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From Booklist
Gr. 2-3, younger for reading aloud. This entry in the MathStart series takes on beginning map-reading skills. When one of the members of the Elm Street Kids Clubfinds a treasure map, all the kids join in the fun to search for the treasure. Several math-related concepts, such as problem solving and estimation, are modeled as the kids look at the 50-year-old map and, following directions such as "turn left," try to make it fit a present-day landscape. The mapping concepts are not presented as effectively as they could have been (the map shows a compass rose and a legend, though these terms are never mentioned in the text), but there's a lot here for adults to build on. Tusa's watercolor-and-ink cartoon-style illustrations, while nicely done, divert from the main story line with an unexplained fantasy sideshow that may...


Microsoft Windows Media Resource Kit
Microsoft Corporation, et al
0735618070
February 26, 2003
Paperback
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Book Description
The definitive reference for planning and deploying Windows Media technologies on the Microsoft Windows® .NET Server family—straight from the source. This official Microsoft RESOURCE KIT provides in-depth technical guidance plus must-have tools for IT professionals who need to implement streaming media solutions for corporate communications, training and education, e-commerce, commercial broadcast, and other uses. The book provides a detailed deployment road map that covers all related Windows Media components, including Windows Media Encoder, Windows Media Services, Windows Media Player, and Microsoft Producer, as well as cache/proxy servers, routers, and other third-party networking software and hardware. In addition to providing expert installation advice, the authors—members of Microsoft’s...


Good Enough to Eat!
Tricia Boczkowski
0689874782
Mar 2005
Hardcover
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Book Description
Get cookin' with SpongeBob! Scratch and sniff your way through a delicious meal at the Krusty Krab!


Neonatology : Management, Procedures, On-Call Problems, Diseases, Drugs (LANGE Clinical Science)
Tricia Lacy Gomella, M. Douglas Cunningham
0071389180
August 12, 2003
Paperback
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Book Description
Practical and easily accessible manual on the basic and advanced management of the neonate. Covers procedures, disorders, and neonatal pharmacology in a logical outline approach that highlights the essentials of each procedure. The popular On Call Problems section presents over 30 common and serious patient problems. The Fifth Edition has been extensively revised and updated with new strategies for management of specific newborn respiratory diseases, updated information on the diagnosis and management of infectious diseases, and updated drug information.

Book Info
Johns Hopkins Univ., Baltimore, MD. Brandon/Hill Medical list selection (#503). Pocket-sized reference provides the latest information on the basic and advanced management of the neonate. Covers on-call...


Wine Club: A Month-by-Month Guide to Learning about Wine with Friends
Maureen Christian Petrosky
0696225433
October 2005
Paperback
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Book Description
Everything you need to know about starting a wine club. This sassy handbook teaches you and your girlfriends the art of selecting, sampling, and sipping the fruit of the vine (while you indulge in the latest gossip, of course).

A foolproof month-by-month plan by sommelier, Maureen Petrosky, highlights all the pesky details, so you and your girlfriends can sit back and sip.

From still to sparkling and delicate whites to rich reds, each month's chapter singles out a grape for study and enjoyment-school was never like this! This course with class includes easy-does-it entertaining tips, taste-testing know-how, and tantalizing wine facts.

Expert recommendations for brilliant wines at killer prices! What woman doesn't love a bargain?

Wine-laden tidbits such as how to collect bottles for a personal wine...



The Ultimate Turkey Fryer Cookbook
Reece Williams
0696223694
Oct 2004
Paperback
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Book Description
Reece Williams shares his finest down-home recipes for preparing the most succulent meats, poultry, seafood and side dishes—all using a turkey fryer

Delicious recipes that offer consumers a variety of options for using the hottest new outdoor appliance

An index and where to buy products list efficiently directs cooks to recipes and resources

Important safety information helps consumers use turkey fryers with confidence

About the Author
Chef Reece Williams, restaurateur and inventor of the Cajun Injector®, is a culinary adventurer specializing in unique down-home recipes and expert outdoor cooking techniques using the grill, smoker, and turkey fryer.



New Cook Book, 75th Anniversary Limited Edition
Tricia Laning (Editor)
0696222507
bound - August 17, 2004
Ring-bound
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Book Description
To celebrate the 75th anniversary of the famous "red-plaid" cookbook, Better Homes and Gardens editors have added a special chapter with 75 "best-of-the-best" recipes from the cookbook’s first 11 editions. This special Limited Edition pays tribute to previous generations of the cookbook that helped establish it as America’s No.1 kitchen resource.

Features

64 new pages with 75 "best-of-the-best" recipes from past editions.

Ring-bound volume lays flat for easy use.

More than 1,200 that reflect current eating habits and lifestyles.

More than 700 photos, including 60 percent more of finished food than the last edition.

Dozens of recipes offer ethnic flavors, fresh ingredients, or vegetarian appeal.

Many recipes feature make-ahead directions or quick-to-the-table meals.

Efficient,...



Connecting Young Adults And Libraries: A How-to-Do-It Manual For Librarians (How-to-Do-It Manuals for Libraries, No. 133) (How-to-Do-It Manuals for Libraries, No. 133.)
Patrick Jones, et al
1555705081
July 2004
Paperback
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From School Library Journal
Consistent with previous editions, the authors seek to cultivate a "YAttitude" among their readers, which puts serving teens in the forefront. A core vocabulary of terms is listed at the beginning while core documents and an extensive bibliography are organized at the end. Not only are the building blocks of library services such as collection development, outreach, programs, booktalking, and teen space included, but the authors also discuss why they are important and why they work. Peppered throughout are examples of libraries successfully connecting with teens. This edition is a refreshing read for those who have been working with teens for years, and those who are just beginning the journey. Library school educators, administrators, and teachers will benefit from it as well. An upbeat, well-organized...


The One-Armed Cook: A Kitchen Survival Guide for New Parents
Catherine Fliegel
0696226820
April 2005
Hardcover
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Book Description
Superb recipes that can be made with a whisk in one hand and a baby cradled in the other with most recipes prepared, start-to-finish, in 30 minutes or less.

Appetizing menus for any season or occasion.

Game plans for success—stocking the pantry, filling the freezer, and dining out tips.

Comprehensive list of essential kitchen equipment sure to make cooking with baby in tow faster, easier, and more fun.

Tricks for preparing no-fail dinner parties and everyday meals, hosting family celebrations, and feeding weekend guests.

Sage advice for joyfully entering into motherhood, establishing family rituals, and keeping baby safe while working in the kitchen.

About the Author
Cynthia Stevens Graubart is an author and former television producer living in Atlanta,...



Phrase 2 Low Carb Recipes
Tricia Laning
0696222566
Apr 2005
Bargain - Paperback
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Book Description
Easy-to-prepare recipes—each with 8 grams or fewer net carbs—that will provide the variety sought in low carb meals.

Introductory chapter features low-carb menus and lists of "free foods."

Suggested shopping list, daily food journal, and the carb values of common foods.

Deliciously satisfying recipes for main dishes, soups and salads, sides, and desserts.

Recipes include nutrition information plus preparation and cook times.

All recipes are tested and approved by the Better Homes and Gardens® Test Kitchen.



Having Tea : Recipes & Table Settings
Tricia Foley, Catherine Calvert
0517560070
December 13, 1987
Hardcover
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Book Description
What could be cozier on a blustery winter's day than a mug of tea by the fire with freshly baked Irish soda bread slathered with sweet butter and tangy orange marmalade? Or more invigorating on a crisp, cool afternoon in autumn than a picnic in the country with sharp English cheeses; crusty white peasant bread; vegetable, cheese, and apple tarts; and Thermoses of steaming warm tea? Or a better way to celebrate the ripe berries of summer than a dessert party tea in the garden with lemon-curd tartlets, raspberry shortcake, raspberry sorbet, sugar cookies, and tea served in flowered china cups?

A cookbook and style book, Having Tea includes a range of stunning locations with recipes, menus, table settings, and serving ideas for tea. There are formal and elegant teas that ring in the winter holidays with rich dark...


How to Enjoy Your Retirement: Activities from A to Z (Second Edition)
Tricia Wagner
1889242160
July 2002
Paperback
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From Library Journal
Retirement is near for many thousands of Americans, and this title is self-help for those who wonder, What will I do after I retire? Here are over 1000 ideas for new interests and activities to enrich those retirement years. Presented in alphabetical order, hundreds of ideas will jostle minds into renewed creativity. Before jumping in, says the introduction, readers should note the "Taking a Personal Inventory" section and then a section called "Getting Along with Each Other: Communication Tips." Eight appendixes cover a wide variety of supporting information about volunteering, grandchildren, travel, and additional resources. The index provides more access points. Public libraries will want to purchase.?Susan C. Awe, Jefferson Cty. P.L. Sys., Arvada, COCopyright 1998 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text...


Lemonade for Sale (Level 3: Bar Graphs)
Stuart J. Murphy
0064467155
January 1998
Paperback
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From School Library Journal
Grade 1-3AFour children decide to sell lemonade to make money to fix their clubhouse. For three days, they keep a bar graph to track their sales. It shows a steady increase and then a noticeable drop. After finding out that the competition is a new kid juggling down the street, they ask him to perform beside the stand and sales increase "over the top." The humorous and colorful illustrations will appeal to young children, but they may not be ready for the concept of bar graphs. Older children interested in learning about them are likely to find the book too young in appearance and story line. A two-page appendix is included "For Adults and Kids" who need additional ideas for using this book. The math lesson is heavy-handed, and the target audience questionable. However, this one has the advantage of...


15 Minutes or Less Low-Carb Recipes
Better Homes and Gardens
069622254X
Nov 2004
Paperback
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Book Description
All recipes under 10 net carb grams.

More than 160 of the 200 total recipes take 15 minutes or less to prepare.

Special icons quickly identify each recipe’s optimum cooking method and time-saving appliance needed—tabletop or outdoor grill, oven, skillet, slow cooker.

Recipes for main dishes, sides, salads, and desserts for all occasions.

Handy charts show the best and fastest cooking methods for meat, poultry, and fish.

Exclusive low-carb menu plan features a variety of recipes for all tastes—two weeks of weeknight meals and one week of brown-bag lunches.

Streamlined shopping list for each recipe saves time.

Includes informative cooking tips and secrets for helping low-carb diets work.



The World-Famous Alaska Highway: A Guide To The Alcan & Other Wilderness Roads Of The North
Tricia Brown
0882406027
April 30, 2005
Paperback
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Book Description
Wending through breathtaking mountain vistas, along sparkling streams and lakes, over the Canadian Rockies and into the Last Frontier, the Alaska Highway is a portal to some of the most beautiful places in all of North America. Once a WWII supply line known as ALCAN, this historic byway has become a destination unto itself. The guide also includes information on Alaska's state highways that connect far-flung communities. With details on routes, driving conditions, unique people, and all that awaits the adventurous traveler along the way, this book includes: roadway information for routes through Canada, historical sites, recreation hot-spots, festivals, parades and more!


Biggest Book of 30-Minute Meals
Tricia Laning
0696224380
Sept 2005
Paperback
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Book Description
Complete family-friendly meals—from ingredients to table—in less than 30 minutes.

Recipes for fast, flavorful main dishes, sides, and desserts and deliciously creative menu combinations for each entrée.

Helpful tips to shorten meal prep and clean-up time.

Shortcut pantry list to make time-saving meals a snap.

Bonus chapter of simple party foods for effortless, easy entertaining.

Complete nutrition information, prep and cook times for each recipe.



New Cook Book : 1953 Classic Edition (Better Homes & Gardens)
Tricia Laning (Editor)
0696222124
bound - August 16, 2005
Ring-bound
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Book Description
A reprint of the 1953 red plaid cookbook featuring more than 1,000 recipes for appetizers, candy, canning, jiffy cooking, pies, vegetables, and more.

Original, vintage illustrations, more than 50 color photos of finished foods, more than 250 black-and-white how-to and food identification photos, all reprinted with a gently aged, nostalgic patina.

19 chapters filled with hearty, beloved ‘50s favorite recipes such as mouthwatering Buttermilk Biscuits, Raised Doughnuts, and Feather Sponge Cake.

Entertaining advice for buffets and holidays, plus a table setting and etiquette guide.

Hundreds of time-tested hints and tips ensure standout results.



Biggest Book of Diabetic Recipes: More than 350 Great-Tasting Recipes for Living Well with Diabetes
Better Homes and Gardens
0696225816
November 2005
Ringbound
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Book Description
A stupendous value: more than 350 delectable (and really healthy) recipes perfectly tailored for individuals with diabetes, yet tempting for everyone.

Tasty, easy-to-prepare fare from the Better Homes and Gardens® Test Kitchens, the most trusted name in American cookbooks for 75 years.

Comprehensive content features must-have main dishes, easy appetizers, simple soups and stews, perfect recipes when cooking for two, kids’ favorites, fabulous feel-good desserts, and innovative snacks.

Easy-to-read type (a must-have for many diabetics), timesaving menus with flexible calorie ranges, carbohydrate counts, and exchanges on every recipe.

Accessible diabetes know-how, including detecting hidden sugar.


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