Author: Roberto Rodrìguez-Saona, Genre: Foreign Language Study, Total Page: 292, Publisher: Routledge, ISBN: 9781134460359

Do you know Latin American Spanish already and want to go a stage further? If you're planning a visit to South America, need to brush up your Latin American Spanish for work, or are simply doing a course, Colloquial Spanish of Latin America 2 is the ideal way to refresh your knowledge of the language and extend your skills. Colloquial Spanish of Latin America 2 is designed to help those involved in self-study. Structured to give you the opportunity to listen to and read lots of modern, everyday Latin American Spanish, it has been developed to work systematically on reinforcing and extending your grasp of the grammar and vocabulary. Key features of Colloquial Spanish of Latin America 2 include: Revision material to help consolidate and build up your basics Lots of spoken and written exercises in each unit A grammar reference and detailed answer keys Extensive Spanish/English and English/Spanish glossaries Audio material to accompany the course is available to download free in MP3 format from www.routledge.com/cw/colloquials. Recorded by native speakers, the audio material features the dialogues and texts from the book and will help develop your listening and pronunciation skills.

Author: Lionel Wafer, Genre: , Total Page: 328, Publisher: , ISBN: ONB:+Z176596408

Author: Flora of North America Editorial Committee, Genre: Science, Total Page: 710, Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand, ISBN: 0195222113

FNA presents for the first time, in one published reference source, information on the names, taxonomic relationships, continent-wide distributions, and morphological characteristics of all plants native and naturalized found in North America north of Mexico.

Author: Flora of North America Editorial Committee, Genre: Science, Total Page: 821, Publisher: Oxford University Press, ISBN: 9780195318227

FNA presents for the first time, in one published reference source, information on the names, taxonomic relationships, continent-wide distributions, and morphological characteristics of all plants native and naturalized found in North America north of Mexico.

Author: Lori Cox Han, Genre: Political Science, Total Page: 657, Publisher: ABC-CLIO, ISBN: 9781440863424

Americans like to think of their nation as one grounded in high-minded democratic ideals and peaceful transitions of power. In reality, though, American politics has been heavily laced with expressions of violence and intimidation since the nation's very inception, which saw a campaign of violent rebellion against British rule. Since then, America has endured the deaths of four presidents from assassination; a four-year civil war; racist attacks on civil rights activists and ordinary citizens; deadly clashes between protesting citizens and law enforcement; sustained campaigns of violence against marginalized populations seeking greater political or economic equality; politically motivated mass shootings; and, on January 6, 2021, the shocking spectacle of a politically motivated mob attack on the U.S. Capitol. How and why did these events transpire? What were the root causes? What factors are driving political violence and intimidation in America today? And are there changes that we could make to our country's political discourse that would reduce such outbreaks of bloodshed? This authoritative multivolume encyclopedia provides answers to all these questions and more.

Author: Angela O'Dell, Genre: History, Total Page: 32, Publisher: New Leaf Publishing Group, ISBN: 9780890519820

A Charlotte Mason Inspired Journey Through American History! American history comes alive in America’s Story 2 as students experience the struggle of the fledgling American nation as she strives to resolve conflict, reconstruct after division, expand through the Wild West, and join the world in the Industrial Revolution. Easy for teachers, exciting for students! America’s Story 2 is designed to be easy to use with a convenient schedule to save you time! While students embark on an exciting adventure through American history as they: Learn to retell history through the use of oral & written narrationSketch their way through historical scenesCreate their own mapsAnd compile a timeline from the Civil War to the Industrial Revolution of the early 1900s! America’s Story 2 Teacher Guide Includes: Suggested Daily Schedule—Saving you time!Student worksheets for narration (oral & written), sketching, map adventures, & timelines.Optional Digging Deeper activitiesSpecial Project IdeasReview sheets & answer keys3-hole punched, perforated pages for convenience Course Features: Approximately 45 minutes per lesson, 4-5 days per weekDesigned for grades 3-6 in a one-year history course

Author: Kevin Michael Fitzpatrick, Genre: Social Science, Total Page: 587, Publisher: ABC-CLIO, ISBN: 9781440802645

A collection of in-depth essays focused on the health issues facing the poorest populations in the United States as it relates to the common good of all Americans. • Covers the plight of those most vulnerable in our current health care system, including the elderly, homeless people, and low-income minority youth • Brings together an interdisciplinary group of authors with diversified views on the relationship between health and poverty • Provides comprehensive coverage of both physical and mental health issues affecting Americans today • Details the causes of poor health for America's poverty-stricken infants, children, adolescents, and adults

Author: Ken Kalfus, Genre: Fiction, Total Page: 256, Publisher: Milkweed Editions, ISBN: 1571311440

Author: American Academy of Political and Social Science, Genre: History, Total Page: 810, Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press, ISBN: 9781512813951

A social and philosophical examination of the Constitution, its two centuries of influence on American life, and its implications for future generations.

Author: Gabby Rivera, Genre: Comics & Graphic Novels, Total Page: 136, Publisher: Marvel Entertainment, ISBN: 9781302503703

Collects America (2017) #7-12. It begins with the story you’ve been waiting for: the origin of America Chavez! But everyone’s favorite no-nonsense powerhouse soon meets her match — in the form of the deadly and exotic Exterminatrix! Can America stand against this vile villainess, backed by the full power of the ominous Midas Corporation? America gains all-new but untested abilities — and she’ll need them against the oncoming horde! But what does Exterminatrix want with Sotomayor University? With America in lockup, it’s up to Prodigy to find out — and that won’t be easy when campus queen X’Andria is working for the enemy! As the Midas Corporation reignites a decades-old danger, America’s newly discovered home comes under threat — but they’re about to learn that you don’t mess with a Fuertona. And you definitely don’t mess with a Chavez!