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  • Great Authors of Popular Fiction
    While a number of genres—including mystery, romance, fantasy, science fiction, horror, literary fiction, and thrillers, among others—comprise the broader category of fiction, few authors in those genres can claim popular crossover appeal. Culled from a variety of these genres, the authors profiled i..
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  • Great Authors of Science Fiction & Fantasy
    Fantastical realms, enchanted creatures, and imaginative technologies are but a few of the many elements that draw readers to the science fiction and fantasy genres of literature. Great science fiction and fantasy authors are skilled at blending the unfamiliar with the familiar, making their imagina..
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  • Great Poets & Playwrights
    As with novelists and short story writers, the job of poets and playwrights is to elicit emotion and generate thought. The difference is that the latter authors do so while adhering to rules different than those governing standard prose works. Where poets create rich verses loaded with subtext, play..
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  • Greek Gods & Goddesses
    Giving Western literature and art many of its most enduring themes and archetypes, Greek mythology and the gods and goddesses at its core are a fundamental part of the popular imagination. At the heart of Greek mythology are exciting stories of drama, action, and adventure featuring gods and goddess..
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  • Hillary Clinton
    Influential lawyer, first lady of Arkansas and then the United States, senator for New York, and U.S. secretary of state—Hillary Clinton has been an influential figure in American politics for over three decades. This biography aimed at the lower elementary market presents Hillary’s achievements and..
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  • How Cell Processes Are Regulated
    A cell is the smallest unit of living matter that can exist by itself. Some organisms, such as bacteria, are made up of only one single cell. As for other organisms, such as humans and redwood trees, billions of cells are required. That means that those multitudinous cells have to work together to e..
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  • How Cells Divide, Reproduce, and Specialize
    Cells are the building blocks of 26 and diversify in amazing ways to create every form of living thing. This authoritative guide covers the basics of what a cell is and how cells reproduce and change in order to form different 26 forms and perform specialized functions. It also covers how scientists..
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  • How Cells Function
    Readers learn that a living organism is a system, or structure, that reproduces, changes with its environment over a period of time, and maintains its individuality by continuous metabolism. To maintain 26, an organism repairs or replaces (or both) its structures by a constant supply of the material..
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  • How Cells Send, Receive, and Process Information
    Bacteria, archaea, algae, fungi, protozoans, animals, and plants consist of one or more cells. DNA controls how the cell reproduces and functions, and determines which traits are inherited from previous generations. In eukaryotes, the DNA is contained within a nucleus. Plants, animals, fungi, and ma..
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  • How Do I Use a Database?
    A database is something that most students use every day, yet they may be in the dark when it comes to understanding how one works. Understanding the mechanics behind computer databases is likely to help them better put the technology to good use. The information compiled in this book sheds light on..
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  • How Do I Use a Dictionary?
    This engaging narrative introduces readers to the world of words and their meanings. Students learn that they can determine the subject of speech a word is and often the synonyms and antonyms for the words. The volume describes the different types of dictionaries, how they are compiled and organized..
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  • How Do I Use a Library?
    Amidst the labyrinthine collection of books where readers and researchers can lose themselves for hours, libraries also host a wealth of digital resources; allow visitors to check out movies, music, and video games; and organize talks, story times, and much more. This lively volume helps readers nav..
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