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New Books This Week

Here’s what’s new for the week of March 17:

Owls
An appetite for wonder : the making of a scientist : a memoir
Research design : qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods approaches
Essential readings in wildlife management and conservation
Essential questions : opening doors to student understanding
Badluck Way : a year on theragged edge of the West
Happiness and poverty in developing countries : a global perspective
The behaviour of the domestic cat
Renewable energy : a first course
Bonsai : a patient art : the Bonsai Collection of the Chicago Botanic Garden
Marijuana : a reference handbook
Natural area tourism : ecology, impacts, and management
Learning targets : helping students aim for understanding in today’s lesson
What is history?
Jackson Pollock : a biography
Overcoming textbook fatigue : 21st century tools to revitalize teaching and learning
The low countries : arts and society in Flanders and Netherlands : [yearbook no.] 21
The geologic time scale 2012
The impact of the geological sciences on society
The web of geological sciences : advances, impacts, and interactions
The de-textbook : the stuff you didn’t know about the stuff you thought you knew
Money : the unauthorised biography
The anatomy of violence : the biological roots of crime
Drunk tank pink : and other unexpected forces that shape how we think, feel, and behave.
Assignments matter : making the connections that help students meet standards
Therapy with dreams and nightmares : theory, research & practice
The Chicano studies reader : an anthology of Aztlán, 1970-2000
Choice theory : a new psychology of personal freedom
Late Cretaceous to Quaternary strata and fossils of Texas : field excursions celebrating 125 years of GSA and Texas geology, GSA South-Central Section meeting, Austin, Texas, April 2013
Classic concepts and new directions : exploring 125 years of GSA discoveries in the Rocky Mountain Region
Do federal social programs work?
In watermelon sugar
Mexican American voices : a documentary reader

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