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Like the Stars follows three teenage girls whose lives are flipped upside down when they become involved with international pop group, Spaceships Around Saturn. See what their lives are like when they live "like the stars." Contains: Starlight, Moonlight, & Satellite Starlight: A summer romance with an international pop star wasn't in Chloe's plans... but that doesn't stop her from kissing Milo Grayson. Moonlight: Aralie Branson hates boy bands... until she meets a certain bad boy. Satellite: Marisol wasn't looking for fifteen minutes of fame, but she can't hide from the limelight when she meets Noah Winters.
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Nowhere on Aralie Branson’s summer agenda did it say she would be hiding the most famous boy band in the world, Spaceships Around Saturn, in her house. But since her dad’s impromptu offer to hide the band after a shooting, that’s exactly what she’s doing. Instead of pool parties and punk rock concerts, she’s spending her days at war with the band’s “bad boy,” Julian Rossi. He’s everything she hates about the music industry with his lame piercing, lack of tattoos, and fake black hair. But even with their laundry fights and screamed profanities, Jules is intrigued about the girl behind the black nail polish and zombie activism posters. And while Aralie would never say the words out loud, she’s a little curious about the wannabe bad boy too. In this retelling of Starlight, experience the other side of lockdown from Aralie’s point of view! (Author’s note: This book was previously published as American Girl VS Saturn under the author’s maiden name, Nikki Godwin.)
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When an attempt is made on the lives of Canadian boy band, Spaceships Around Saturn, during their USA tour, the guys have to go into hiding ASAP. The Branson sisters are preparing for a summer of beach vacations, pool parties, and festivals. The only problem? In the midst of the crisis and media frenzy, their secret-service-agent dad volunteered to hide the guys...in their house. Six-year-old Emery is as ecstatic as any self-proclaimed Saturnite would be, but teens Chloe and Aralie watch their summer plans crash and burn like a falling star. The SAS guys aren't happy with the situation, either. Bad boy Jules picks fights with Aralie about everything from his Twitter followers to his laundry, and heart-throb Benji can't escape Emery's fangirlisms for more than three minutes. But after the super-cute Milo kisses Chloe during a game of hide-and-seek, she finally understands what Emery means when she talks about SAS being "out of this world." If this is what Saturn feels like, Chloe doesn't want to come back to Earth. (Author’s note: This book was previously published as American Girl on Saturn under the author’s maiden name, Nikki Godwin.)
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Tessellations, palindromes, tangrams, oh my! Women Who Count: Honoring African American Women Mathematicians is a children's activity book highlighting the lives and work of 29 African American women mathematicians, including Dr. Christine Darden, Mary Jackson, Katherine Johnson, and Dorothy Vaughan from the award-winning book and movie Hidden Figures. Although the book is geared toward children in grades 3–8, it is appropriate for all ages. The book includes portrait sketches and biographies for the featured mathematicians, each followed by elementary-school and middle-school activity pages. Children will enjoy uncovering mathematicians' names in word searches, unscrambling math vocabulary words, solving equations to decode interesting facts, using logical thinking to uncover magic squares, locating hidden objects on an “I Spy” page, and more! They will also read about the important contributions of Drs. Martha Euphemia Lofton Haynes, Evelyn Boyd Granville, and Marjorie Lee Browne, the first three African American women to receive doctoral degrees in mathematics. Other women profiled include contemporary mathematicians who will inspire today's children to become tomorrow's leaders. Women Who Count is a must-read for parents and children alike!
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This is what it’s like to be a high-school-age girl. To forsake the boyfriend you once adored. To meet the love of your life, who just happens to be your teacher. To discover for the first time the power of your body and mind. This is what it’s like to be a college-age woman. To live through heartbreak. To suffer the consequences of your choices. To depend on others for survival but to have no one to trust but yourself. This is Anthropology of an American Girl. A literary sensation, this extraordinarily candid novel about the experience of growing up female in America will strike a nerve in readers of all ages. BONUS: This edition contains an Anthropology of an American Girl discussion guide.
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These simple-to-play science games are sure fire sparks for learning. Studying food chains? Play predator/prey card game. To explore magnetism, students can make their way through a magnet maze. These and other reproducible dice, board, and spinner games teach and reinforce key primary science concepts. Includes background information, complete how-to's, and resources. Content geared to the National Science Standards. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Why are there so few women in science? In Breaking into the Lab, Sue Rosser uses the experiences of successful women scientists and engineers to answer the question of why elite institutions have so few women scientists and engineers tenured on their faculties. Women are highly qualified, motivated students, and yet they have drastically higher rates of attrition, and they are shying away from the fields with the greatest demand for workers and the biggest economic payoffs, such as engineering, computer sciences, and the physical sciences. Rosser shows that these continuing trends are not only disappointing, they are urgent: the U.S. can no longer afford to lose the talents of the women scientists and engineers, because it is quickly losing its lead in science and technology. Ultimately, these biases and barriers may lock women out of the new scientific frontiers of innovation and technology transfer, resulting in loss of useful inventions and products to society.
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Alphabetically arranged entries present nearly 70 American women poets who published significant works after 1945.
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A Long Cold War is a two-volume cultural history of Cold War America from 1945 to 1991. This is the story of America at her peak as a world power, with the fear of nuclear war and the hyper competition with the USSR and China - a good read for the historical, nostalgic or even casual reader.
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Uses statistical tables, charts, photographs, maps, and illustrations to explore everyday life in the United States during the Cold War period.
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This edited volume introduces the reader to the role of space in military and defense strategy, and outlines some of the major foreign and domestic actors in the space arena, as well as constraints of law and treaties on activities in space. It also addresses science and technology as they relate to space policy. The book addresses three main questions: How does the realm of space fit into strategic thinking about national security? How does policy regarding space develop and what considerations, both in the United States and abroad, figure prominently in calculations about space policy? How do different states/nations/actors regard the role of space in their national security calculations and how do these policies impact each other? This book fills a niche in the space policy field, providing insights into space and strategy from international experts from the military, academic and scientific communities. A unique feature of the book is the chapter on science and technology, which utilizes the latest information available concerning space utilization and exploration.
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The Zodiac by Degrees provides symbols and interpretations for each of the 360 degrees of the zodiac. These symbols make a direct connection with your basic spiritual energies and penetrate the private language of your personal mythology. For this second edition, every one of the 360 degrees has been reexamined from extensive lists of examples. In the end, about ninety degrees have undergone major changes and all of the rest have been clarified and sharpened. The result is a symbol system of unparalleled accuracy, and an indispensable tool for both amateur and practicing astrologers. The Zodiac by Degrees gave me serious goose bumps on several occasions. Inside of half an hour, the text had cleared up my ambivalence about the exact degree of my Ascendant and given me a new understanding of my Sun degree#8212one vastly more evocative than the traditional Sabian interpretation. Martin Goldsmith is a poet in the old sense of the word: he's on fi re with imagery and the fire is contagious." #8212Steven Forrest, author of The Inner Sky "At last! An astrologer who has undertaken the huge workload of intensive research into the individual degrees of the zodiac. Thanks to his years of work, Goldsmith has finally taken this area of astrology out of the misty, intuitive, 'channeled' area of the Sabian symbols onto the firmer and more reliable footing of good, grounded research. This long-needed book is therefore and essential reference work for any serious astrologer."#8212Bernadette Brady, author of Predictive Astrology
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This book is a compilation of the authentic Brotherhood of Light Lessons by C. C. Zain. It contains over 5000 pages and all 23 volumes of the 21 Brotherhood of Light Course series. Divided into three branches of study: Astrology, Alchemy and Magic (which includes the tarot and kabbalah), there are seven courses in each branch. Zain integrates these fields of study into a unified understanding of how a student may apply Hermetic tradition and principles to build character, attract desired events into the life and significantly increase one’s happiness, usefulness and spirituality. Only authentic Brotherhood of Light lessons by C. C. Zain can bear the trademark of the two interlaced trines, with the name of Deity in the center and astrological symbols around the outside. The Brotherhood of Light is a modern-day Mystery School Tradition which offers a self-paced, home study course in Hermeticism. The goal of The Brotherhood of Light teachings is to create a world in which the dominant motivation of individuals is for Universal Welfare. That is, an ideal society that protects freedom of expression and worship, while simultaneously offering the tools by which freedom from want and fear can be achieved. We believe that this better world can be attained by becoming familiar with the facts of astrology, extra-sensory perception, directed-thinking and induced emotion, all taught in The Brotherhood of Light Lessons. The study and application of these teachings provides the aspirant with the tools to experience greater happiness, and spirituality, and to discover his or her role in God’s Great Plan. This book integrates the following publications into one document: CS01 Laws of Occultism: Inner Plane Theory and the Fundamentals of Psychic Phenomena CS02 Astrological Signatures: Evolution of the Soul and the Nature of Astrological Energies CS03 Spiritual Alchemy: The Hermetic Art of Spiritual Transformation CS04 Ancient Masonry: The Spiritual Meaning of Masonic Degrees, Rituals and Symbols CS05 Esoteric Psychology: Success through Directed Thinking and Induced Emotion CS06 The Sacred Tarot: The Art of Card Reading and the Underlying Spiritual Science CS07 Spiritual Astrology: The Origins of Astro-Mythology and Stellar Religion CS08 Horary Astrology: How to Erect and Judge a Horoscope CS09 Mental Alchemy: How Thoughts and Feelings Shape Our Lives CS10-1 Natal Astrology: Delineating the Horoscope CS10-2 Natal Astrology: Progressing the Horoscope CS11 Divination and Character Reading: Tools and Techniques for Enhancing ESP CS12-1 Natural Alchemy: Evolution of Life CS12-2 Natural Alchemy: Evolution of Religion CS13 Mundane Astrology: Interpreting Astrological Phenomena for Cities, Nations and Groups CS14 Occultism Applied to Daily Life: How to Increase Your Happiness, Usefulness and Spirituality CS15 Weather Predicting: The Hermetic System of Astrological Weather Analysis CS16 Stellar Healing: Astrological Predisposition, Diagnosis and Treatment of Disease CS17 Cosmic Alchemy: The Spiritual Guide to Universal Progression CS18 Imponderable Forces: The Wholesome Pathway CS19 Organic Alchemy: The Universal Laws of Soul Progression CS20 The Next Life: A Guide to Living Conditions on the Inner Plane CS21: Personal Alchemy: The Neophyte’s Path to Spiritual Attainment
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Explores the ways in which American poetry has documented and sometimes helped propel the literary and cultural revolutions of the past sixty-five years.