Looking Inside

Filename: looking-inside.pdf
ISBN: 9780399583704
Release Date: 2016-11-01
Number of pages: 384
Author: Beth Kery
Publisher: Penguin

Download and read online Looking Inside in PDF and EPUB The New York Times bestselling author who brought you Glow, Glimmer, and The Affair is back with a new novel that will have you leaving the curtains open. Are you just going to stand there and watch? Eleanor Briggs just can’t help herself. The sight of the man in the high-rise across the street is driving her wild. She longs to feel his touch up close and personal. To win him over, she’ll need to shake off her wallflower sensibilities and become the seductress she never imagined she could be. The only trouble will be finding the perfect way to meet him… Or are you going to join in? Sex is easy for millionaire entrepreneur Trey Riordan. Finding something of substance, however, seems impossible. That is until a simple night of reading at a local coffee shop becomes something far steamier when a beautiful brunette comes by and leaves a note telling him to look out his bedroom window at eleven o'clock. But when the time comes, neither of them will be truly ready for what follows… From the Trade Paperback edition.


Looking Inside

Filename: looking-inside.pdf
ISBN: 9781472240675
Release Date: 2016-11-01
Number of pages: 384
Author: Beth Kery
Publisher: Hachette UK

Download and read online Looking Inside in PDF and EPUB From the New York Times bestselling author of Because You Are Mine, The Affair and Make Me - Looking Inside is a sizzling standalone romance, perfect for fans of E. L. James, Sylvia Day, Jodi Ellen Malpas and J. Kenner. Are you just going to stand there and watch? Eleanor Briggs just can't help herself. Every night, the sight of the man in the high-rise across the street is driving her wild. She longs to feel his touch up close and personal. To win him over, she'll need to shake off her wallflower sensibilities and become the seductress she never imagined she could be. The only trouble will be finding the perfect way to meet him... Or are you going to join in? Sex is easy for millionaire entrepreneur Trey Riordan. Finding something of substance, however, seems impossible. That is until a simple night of reading at a local coffee shop becomes something far steamier when a beautiful brunette comes by and leaves a note telling him to look out his bedroom window at midnight. But when the time comes, neither of them will be truly ready for what follows... Discover the other captivating titles by Beth Kery: Make Me, The Affair, the One Night of Passion series, and her bestselling erotically charged series which began with Because You Are Mine.


Looking Inside

Filename: looking-inside.pdf
ISBN: 9780399583698
Release Date: 2016-11-01
Number of pages: 384
Author: Beth Kery
Publisher: Penguin

Download and read online Looking Inside in PDF and EPUB The New York Times bestselling author who brought you Glow, Glimmer, and The Affair is back with a new novel that will have you leaving the curtains open. Are you just going to stand there and watch? Eleanor Briggs just can't help herself. The sight of the man in the high-rise across the street is driving her wild. She longs to feel his touch up close and personal. To win him over, she'll need to shake off her wallflower sensibilities and become the seductress she never imagined she could be. The only trouble will be finding the perfect way to meet him... Or are you going to join in? Sex is easy for millionaire entrepreneur Trey Riordan. Finding something of substance, however, seems impossible. That is until a simple night of reading at a local coffee shop becomes something far steamier when a beautiful brunette comes by and leaves a note telling him to look out his bedroom window at eleven o'clock. But when the time comes, neither of them will be truly ready for what follows...


Looking Inside Cells

Filename: looking-inside-cells.pdf
ISBN: 9780743905831
Release Date: 2007-12-14
Number of pages: 32
Author: Kimberly Fekany Lee
Publisher: Teacher Created Materials

Download and read online Looking Inside Cells in PDF and EPUB "This fascinating book is part of the Life Sciences Readers for students in Upper Primary School.A detailed look into the life of a cell including the structure, parts and influential people in the study of cell theory. Did you know that the average human body contains more then 75 trillion cells?Contents:Looking at CellsMoving In and Out of CellsInside the CellCell MovementCytoskeletonMaking More CellsAppendicesLab: Make Your Own Light MicroscopeGlossaryIndexSally Ride ScienceI


Looking inside

Filename: looking-inside.pdf
ISBN: 0590460803
Release Date: 1990
Number of pages: 32
Author: Paul Fleisher
Publisher:

Download and read online Looking inside in PDF and EPUB Describes the interior of such objects as a piano, telephone, clock, toilet, and camera, and explains how these devices work.


Looking Inside

Filename: looking-inside.pdf
ISBN: 1581126824
Release Date: 2001
Number of pages: 136
Author: Judy Castelli
Publisher: Universal-Publishers

Download and read online Looking Inside in PDF and EPUB Looking Inside gives the reader an intimate peek into one woman's incredible journey with multiple personalities. In this amazing book, Judy Castelli shares her delightful journal drawings and poetic prose. Castelli learned at age forty-four that she has multiple personality disorder. Determined to move beyond a lifetime of mental hospitals and internal chaos, she used her journals to explore the complex system of personalities that share her body. Because she understood that words are sometimes not enough, she encouraged her alters to speak through art. The entries in Looking Inside are ideal to use as individual meditations and personal inspiration, and would also lend themselves to use within the context of group work with DID survivors. This book contains very appealing line drawings and text that come directly from Judy's journal entries. Readers may recognize many of their own thoughts and emotions in this book and can use it as a basis for their own therapeutic journaling. Each entry and drawing offers the reader a wonderful opportunity to explore individually or with others the common challenges of coping with trauma as well as the joy found in healing from it.


Looking Inside the Brain

Filename: looking-inside-the-brain.pdf
ISBN: 9781400852161
Release Date: 2014-11-30
Number of pages: 184
Author: Denis Le Bihan
Publisher: Princeton University Press

Download and read online Looking Inside the Brain in PDF and EPUB It is now possible to witness human brain activity while we are talking, reading, or thinking, thanks to revolutionary neuroimaging techniques like magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). These groundbreaking advances have opened infinite fields of investigation—into such areas as musical perception, brain development in utero, and faulty brain connections leading to psychiatric disorders—and have raised unprecedented ethical issues. In Looking Inside the Brain, one of the leading pioneers of the field, Denis Le Bihan, offers an engaging account of the sophisticated interdisciplinary research in physics, neuroscience, and medicine that have led to the remarkable neuroimaging methods that give us a detailed look into the human brain. Introducing neurological anatomy and physiology, Le Bihan walks readers through the historical evolution of imaging technology—from the x-ray and CT scan to the PET scan and MRI—and he explains how neuroimaging uncovers afflictions like stroke or cancer and the workings of higher-order brain activities, such as language skills. Le Bihan also takes readers on a behind-the-scenes journey through NeuroSpin, his state-of-the-art neuroimaging laboratory, and goes over the cutting-edge scanning devices currently being developed. Considering what we see when we look at brain images, Le Bihan weighs what might be revealed about our thoughts and unconscious, and discusses how far this technology might go in the future. Beautifully illustrated in color, Looking Inside the Brain presents the trailblazing story of the scanning techniques that provide keys to previously unimagined knowledge of our brains and our selves.


Looking Inside

Filename: looking-inside.pdf
ISBN: UOM:39015077024027
Release Date: 1914
Number of pages: 4
Author: Colgate & co., New York
Publisher:

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Journey Into Community

Filename: journey-into-community.pdf
ISBN: 9781930556676
Release Date: 2004
Number of pages: 155
Author: Steve R. Parson
Publisher: Eye On Education

Download and read online Journey Into Community in PDF and EPUB This book provides a roadmap for the journey which begins when a traditional school decides to end its isolation from its community. Community Learning Centers provide teachers, administrators, parents, and community leaders with the tools they need to achieve important educational goals which include: high level student performance, after school programs which support student learning and provide enrichment activities in a safe environment, the acquisition of essential technological skills by both students and members of the community, expanding leadership opportunities for teachers, students and the community, and unlocking the storehouse of resources in the community to support the education of our youth.


Discretionary Justice

Filename: discretionary-justice.pdf
ISBN: 9780813550978
Release Date: 2011-05-01
Number of pages: 272
Author: Leslie Paik
Publisher: Rutgers University Press

Download and read online Discretionary Justice in PDF and EPUB Juvenile drug courts are on the rise in the United States, as a result of a favorable political climate and justice officials' endorsement of the therapeutic jurisprudence movement--the concept of combining therapeutic care with correctional discipline. The goal is to divert nonviolent youth drug offenders into addiction treatment instead of long-term incarceration. Discretionary Justice overviews the system, taking readers behind the scenes of the juvenile drug court. Based on fifteen months of ethnographic fieldwork and interviews at a California court, Leslie Paik explores the staff's decision-making practices in assessing the youths' cases, concentrating on the way accountability and noncompliance are assessed. Using the concept of "workability," Paik demonstrates how compliance, and what is seen by staff as "noncompliance," are the constructed results of staff decisions, fluctuating budgets, and sometimes questionable drug test results. While these courts largely focus on holding youths responsible for their actions, this book underscores the social factors that shape how staff members view progress in the court. Paik also emphasizes the perspectives of children and parents. Given the growing emphasis on individual responsibility in other settings, such as schools and public welfare agencies, Paik's findings are relevant outside the juvenile justice system.


Look Inside

Filename: look-inside.pdf
ISBN: 3899556399
Release Date: 2016-09-27
Number of pages: 256
Author: Juan Velasco
Publisher: Die Gestalten Verlag-DGV

Download and read online Look Inside in PDF and EPUB The cutaway illustrations in this book allow our eyes to see what usually remains hidden. They open up houses, bodies, and objects, and allow the individual parts to comprehensively explain the whole. Looking at the outside of things such as architecture, anatomy, or vehicles does not usually reveal much about their internal structures and functions. To learn more, we need to see inside them. Look Inside features infographics that cut up or take apart their subjects and make them transparent. The resulting cross sections and interior views present precise detail in multiple layers. Look Inside starts with a discussion of Arnhem Land, the earliest known cutaway illustrations, showing that even 28,000 years ago, humans had a fascination with how things internally work: the processes that are hidden from the human eye. Including work from both centuries past and the cutting-edge present, Look Inside is an unparalleled compendium of cutaway techniques and their wide-ranging applications. Works from Jewish-German physician Fritz Kahn's imagine the human body as a mechanized factory; Kahn's visual metaphors show conveyor belts and offices instead of veins and valves. Exploded images of classic sports cars allows Fabian Oefner to show every piece of the automotive puzzle from the body shell to individual tiny screws. Richard Orr's scientific pieces represent the natural world and continue in the genre's traditional thread of handmade illustrations; whether a beaver lodge or an arctic circle landscape, Orr presents a vivid natural world or layers and scientific hierarchies. The luxurious collection within Look Inside was curated by renowned information designers and creative directors, Samuel and Juan Velasco. The Velasco brothers have provided invaluable and inspirational insight in the history and theory of cutaway illustrations and visual storytelling.


Looking Inside a 3D Printer

Filename: looking-inside-a-3d-printer.pdf
ISBN: 9781634722551
Release Date: 2017-01-01
Number of pages: 24
Author: Quenton Oakes
Publisher: Cherry Lake

Download and read online Looking Inside a 3D Printer in PDF and EPUB 3D printers can turn any idea into a real, three-dimensional object you can hold in your hand. Through simple text written to foster creativity and problem solving, students will learn the art of innovation. Large, colorful images show students how to complete activities. Additional tools, including a glossary and an index, help students learn new vocabulary and locate information.


A Look Inside Alzheimer s

Filename: a-look-inside-alzheimer-s.pdf
ISBN: 9781936303465
Release Date: 2012-09-18
Number of pages: 138
Author: Marjorie N. Allen
Publisher: Demos Medical Publishing

Download and read online A Look Inside Alzheimer s in PDF and EPUB " A Look Inside Alzheimer's is a captivating read for friends, families and loved ones affected by this mind-robbing disease. Individuals with early-stage Alzheimer's disease will take comfort in the voice of a fellow traveler experiencing similar challenges, frustrations, and triumphs. Family and professional caregivers will be enlightened by this book and gain a better understanding of this unfathomable world and how best to care for someone living in it. Susan and PJ, share their accounts of their own transformation and deterioration with early-onset Alzheimer's Disease and Marjorie shares her perspective as the wife of a person living with Alzheimer's Disease. The book addresses the complexity and emotions surrounding issues such as the loss of independence, unwanted personality shifts, struggle to communicate, and more. The three life-stories intertwined along with boxed quotes from professionals in the field make this book special. "


Looking Inside the Minds of the Framers

Filename: looking-inside-the-minds-of-the-framers.pdf
ISBN: OCLC:958360172
Release Date: 1986
Number of pages: 60
Author: Sterling A. Brennan
Publisher:

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Learning from the Boys

Filename: learning-from-the-boys.pdf
ISBN: 9781617359798
Release Date: 2013-01-01
Number of pages: 155
Author: Valarie G. Lee
Publisher: IAP

Download and read online Learning from the Boys in PDF and EPUB The “Boy Crisis” is cited often in educational and news reports due to the consistent reading achievement gap for boys and the statistics paint a dismal picture of boys in school. Politicians and researchers often focus on boys’ low scores on reading achievement tests and compare these scores to the girls’ scores with little consideration for the actual reading lives of boys. As a result, adolescent boys’ vernacular reading is most often misunderstood. This book documents my journey as a mother of three boys and teacher of adolescents, as I attempt to articulate both the in-school and out-of-school experiences of boys. The book describes my attempts at creating a more complete picture of the reading lives and experiences of adolescent boys by describing three boys and their reading experiences in their natural contexts. It provides a rich description, revealing disconnects between school literacy practices and boys’ vernacular literacy practices. In this book, parents, administrators, and teachers will find discover the complexity of boys as readers, challenging educators to pursue effective practice and curricular decisions which go beyond the quick fixes for "the boy problem" so often seen in response to low test scores. This book provides parents, administrators, and teachers with an in-depth description of three boy readers. What emerges is a description of the complexity of boys as readers, challenging educators to pursue effective practice and curricular decisions which go beyond the quick fixes for “the boy problem” so often seen in response to low test scores. Teachers interested in mentoring boy readers will find this book helpful. This book can also be used with pre-service and in-service teachers, in undergraduate and graduate courses, and in professional development.