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OUTSTANDING IN THEIR FIELDThe books described herein are outstanding in their respective fields of chemistry, counseling, self-help, child development, early childhood education, English, technical writing and music. They represent our best selling offerings in each of these fields.

CHEMISTRY

BASIS SKILLS FOR CHEMISTRY, 8e by N. Alteri, A. Frappier, R. Kreiser, and J. Sousa

      This laboratory manual covers the basic skills needed by the chemistry student for success in the chemical sciences. Included are clear and concise explanations of basic concepts, laboratory procedures, nomenclature, and basic mathematical skills and calculations, and timely introductions to laboratory equipment stressing proper and safe use, and more. The manual has been revised in accordance with field tests by beginning college chemistry students and is also appropriate for use in high school chemistry classes with college bound students.

ISBN 0-940139-02-2, 210 pages, paper, $14.95

 

LABORATORY EXERCISES FOR GENERAL CHEMISTRY, Vol 1, 6e by A. Frappier, R. Kreiser, and J. Sousa

      This laboratory manual is designed to compliment a one semester college level course in General Chemistry. The laboratory exercises are intended to reinforce course content and teach basic laboratory procedures to students who are taking chemistry course work for personal interest or vocational purposes.

      Each laboratory exercise contains a clear and concise explanation of concept, experimental procedures, calculations and reporting procedures. Included are pre-study guide forms and experiment report forms which when completed by the student may be removed from the manual and submitted to the instructor for evaluation.

      Experiments cover physical and chemical changes, densities of solids and liquids, water of hydration, a sequence of chemical reactions, the formation of oxides, acids and bases, behavior of families in the periodic table, gases - Charles' Law, molecular weights of volatile liquids, classes of chemical reactions, classification of substances, displacement reactions, vapor pressure, etc.                                                                         

ISBN 0-940139-18-9, 190 pages, paper, $15.95

 

LABORATORY EXERCISES FOR GENERAL CHEMISTRY, Vol 2, 6e by A. Frappier, R. Kreiser, and J. Sousa

      This laboratory manual is designed to compliment a one semester college level course in General Chemistry. The laboratory exercises are intended to reinforce course content and teach basic laboratory procedures to students who are taking chemistry course work for personal interest or vocational purposes. Each laboratory exercise contains a clear and concise explanation of concept, experimental procedures, calculations and reporting procedures. Included are pre-study guide forms and experiment report forms which when completed by the student may be removed from the manual and submitted to the instructor for evaluation.

      Experiments include an introduction to the qualitative analysis of cations and anions, and qualitative analysis of Group I, II, III, IV and IV, Calcium-Barium group, determination of hardness of water and of D H of neutralization, measurement and application of pH, study of reaction rates, determination of the equilibrium constant for a chemical reaction, voltaic cell measurements, determination of the half-life of a radioactive isotope, etc.

ISBN 0-940139-19-7, 190 pages, paper, $15.95

 

LABORATORY EXERCISES FOR HEALTH SCIENCE CHEMISTRY, Vol 1, 6e by Emanuel G. Terezakis

      This laboratory manual is designed to cover the first semester of a two course sequence in Health Science Chemistry. The laboratory experiments are designed to reinforce course content in a concrete manner. It is written for students who will have had little previous exposure to chemistry; therefore, it takes care to introduce basic laboratory concepts and procedures. The focus is on general chemistry. Each section contains an introduction and explanation of the concept and its use in the health sciences. Laboratory procedures and equipments are introduced and explained along with the treatment of data. Report forms are completed and submitted to the instructor for evaluation and are easily removed from the binding.

ISBN 0-940139-12-X, 166 pages, paper, $15.95

 

LABORATORY EXERCISES FOR HEALTH SCIENCE CHEMISTRY, Vol 2, 6e by Emanuel G. Terezakis

      This laboratory manual covers the second semester of a two semester sequence in Health Science Chemistry. The laboratory experiments cover organic chemistry and biochemistry and are designed to reinforce course content. It is written for students who have little previous exposure to chemistry and therefore takes care to introduce basic laboratory concepts and procedures.

      Each laboratory exercise includes an introduction and explanation of the concept and its use in the health sciences. Laboratory procedures and equipment are introduced and explained along with treatment of data. The binding permits the removal of completed reports by the student for submission to the instructor for evaluation.

ISBN 0-940139-13-8, 175 pages, paper, $15.95

WHEN ORDERINGTo the total for merchandise,  please add $5.20 for the first book and $1.00 for each additional book to cover the cost of shipping and handling. Please make your check or money order payable to and mail to Consortium Publishing, 640 Weaver Hill Road, West Greenwich, Rhode Island 02817-2261. Thank you!

 

COUNSELING and SELF-HELP

McMASTER FAMILY WORKBOOK, 2e by Richard Archambault

      The McMaster Family Workbook provides a context to tell one's present family story and to assess the quality of family relationships. It is intended for use in educational settings, study groups and staff development gatherings where the guidance and support of a professional is present. Each of the seven chapters contains questions to provoke thought and insight about family functioning and interaction. Each chapter focuses on and offers a brief explanation of a particular area of family life. The workbook is based upon the McMaster extended interview process for assessing family functioning. The workbook has been field tested extensively by the author in clinical and educational practice and has been proven to be a useful tool in promoting insight and constructive behavior change.

ISBN 0-940139-54-5, 174 pages, paper, $16.95

 

PARENT AND CHILD RELATIONS, 2e by John M. Carlevale

      In the authors view, the parent and child relationship is the most important of interpersonal relationships. Parent and child interaction influences the growth, development and behavior of both parent and child. This book is an attempt to place this most important relationship in perspective vis-a-vis the more salient factors and conditions that affect it so significantly. The framework is basically a developmental and interactional perspective. This book is intended for human services professionals and parents in practice and/or training. It provides to the reader a framework and knowledge base for better understanding the parent and child relationship, especially in terms of those aspects or features of the relationship that are most crucial to its establishment, development and maintenance.

      Chapters: Kinds of Parent and Child Relationships; The Psychological Parent and Child Relationship; Factors Influencing Parental Effectiveness; Teaching Good Behavior; Parental Characteristics; Characteristics and Needs of the Child; Family Structure and Family Life Cycle; Situational and Circumstantial Factors and Conditions; Child Rearing Approaches: Philosophy, Practices and Effects - Prologue; Philosophy and Practices; Effects on Children; Effects Upon Parents and Others; Patterns of Interpersonal Interaction.

ISBN 0-940139-49-9, 256 pages, paper, $19.95

 

SEMINAR ON STUDENT SUCCESS by Julie M. White

      This is a survival manual for beginning college students. It is designed and intended to help students develop the most basic attitudes, values, knowledge and skills which will help them succeed in college. Units cover developing self-awareness; college resources, rules and regulations; improving reading and study skills; communication skills for successful relationships; promoting personal wellness; career planning; goal setting and decision making.

ISBN 0-940139-50-2, 112 pages, paper, $13.95

 

YOU WILL PLANT YOUR VINEYARDS ONCE MORE by Georgia Bradley Houle

      This book is about incest and child molestation. It was written for the adult victim and for others who need and desire to understand the victim. Part One is for the victim. In recognizing the spiritual nature of man, Part One uses the Scriptures which are augmented with drawings to move the reader from the agony of victimization to resolution.

      Part Two is for counselors, parents, chaplain and others concerned about the victim. It teaches the counselor and other practitioners about issues, concerns, and recommended practices. This is a profound book that has found its way into the hands of victims and practitioners with equally dramatic impact and benefit.

ISBN 0-940139-08-1, 60 pages, paper, $7.95

WHEN ORDERINGTo the total for merchandise,  please add $5.20 for the first book and $1.00 for each additional book to cover the cost of shipping and handling. Please make your check or money order payable to and mail to Consortium Publishing, 640 Weaver Hill Road, West Greenwich, Rhode Island 02817-2261. Thank you!

 

CHILD DEVELOPMENT and EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

A CHILD DEVELOPMENT POINT OF VIEW:  A TEACHER'S GUIDE TO ACTION, Revised Edition by James Hymes, Jr.

      This book is a philosophical and practical guide to appropriate actions by teachers in the classroom setting. It emphasizes and uses the child development knowledge base as a guide to appropriate management of children, the classroom environment and the curriculum. Although this guide is written for teachers, it is also very helpful to parents and others who are interested in creating a growth enhancing environment for children.

      Chapters: 1. You are a teacher; 2. Your youngsters must like you; 3. Your youngsters must like their work; 4. Your youngsters must like themselves; 5. Your youngsters can climb the highest peaks.

ISBN 0-940139-35-9, 96 pages, paper, $8.95

 

BEHAVIOR AND MISBEHAVIOR: A TEACHER'S GUIDE TO DISCIPLINE, Revised Edition by James Hymes, Jr.

      This book is a philosophical and practical guide to appropriate discipline by teachers. It focuses on managing children's behavior within the classroom setting and describes various strategies for promoting good behavior and correcting misbehavior. Although this guide is written for teachers, it is also very helpful to parents and others who are interested in improving their child management skills and teaching good behavior to children.

      Chapters: 1. The nature of the problem; 2. Teaching discipline to stable children; 3. Remedial teaching of discipline; 4. The nature of the solutions.

ISBN 0-940139-33-2, 96 pages, paper, $8.95

 

CHILD DEVELOPMENT WORKBOOK by Richard Archambault

      This workbook is intended to compliment basic child development textbooks and reinforce the learning of basic child development and early childhood education concepts and to also help in the acquisition of observation skills through observational assignments.

ISBN 0-940139-51-0, 160 pages, paper, $15.95

 

CHILD UNDER SIX, Second Edition by James L. Hymes, Jr.

      Here is a revised and updated classic by an icon in the field of early childhood development and education. This is a very practical, down-to-earth book about children under six. It describes how they think, feel and act and why they behave as they do.

      Written for the parent, parent-to-be, teacher, child care worker, and others who are interested in promoting the growth, development and behavior of young children, this book provides many helpful hints and developmentally appropriate practices that can be used daily to create a sense of security and well-being in both the adult and child.

      In his long and successful career, James L. Hymes, Jr. has earned the respect and admiration of not only his colleagues but also of parents and others interested in young children. In 1994, the National Association for the Education of Young Children presented its first Award for Advancing the Early Childhood Profession and the Goals of NAEYC to Professor Hymes. He is an outstanding first recipient as he has been an ever-present and effective guiding force to the many, who take seriously the nurturing of young children.

ISBN 0-940139-27-8, 344 pages, paper, $14.95

 

LEARNING CENTERS FOR YOUNG CHILDREN, 4e by Georgia Bradley Houle

      This book introduces the reader to the concept of and philosophy behind the learning center approach. Each chapter focuses on one of seventeen different types of learning centers. Drawings are offered to represent what the centers might look like. Each chapter identifies the educational value, materials commonly found and used in the center, and focuses on special aspects. Recommendations are offered and connections are made between concepts and practices.

      The vignettes offered in each chapter contain additional suggestions and examples to show how the author has used the various learning centers in her work with children from toddlers to primary grades. The vignettes create a vivid image of the interaction of the children, adults and materials. The reader can sense the emotional climate that is created to promote appropriate interaction and learning. It is like being there yourself.

ISBN 0-940139-43-X, 112 pages, paper, $14.95

 

LIBERATING YOUNG CHILDREN FROM SEX ROLES by Phyllis Taube Greenleaf

      This powerful little book describes the adverse effects which sex role stereotyping has on the growth, learning, and behavior of young children. Through her own experiences in a variety of early childhood programs and careful observation of children in these various settings, the author came to an important conclusion: helping children adjust to traditional sex roles was contradictory to helping them develop their potential.

      Through many concrete examples, the author makes a convincing argument for liberating young children from sex roles and clearly shows how this can free children to be all they can be in positive ways. This book offers an important philosophical and practical guide to teaching and parenting.

 ISBN 0-940139-01-4, 24 pages, paper, $4.95

 

McMASTER FAMILY WORKBOOK, 2e by Richard Archambault, et al

      The McMaster Family Workbook provides a context to tell one's present family story and to assess the quality of family relationships. It is intended for use in educational settings, study groups and staff development gatherings where the guidance and support of a professional is present. Each of the seven chapters contains questions to provoke thought and insight about family functioning and interaction. Each chapter focuses on and offers a brief explanation of a particular area of family life. The workbook is based upon the McMaster extended interview process for assessing family functioning. The workbook has been field tested extensively by the author in clinical and educational practice and has been proven to be a useful tool in promoting insight and constructive behavior change.

ISBN 0-940139-54-5, 174 pages, paper, $16.95

 

OBSERVING, RECORDING, INTERPRETING CHILD BEHAVIOR: GUIDE AND WORKBOOK, 4e by John M. Carlevale

      This workbook establishes and describes a format for acquiring knowledge and skill in observing, recording and interpreting the behavior of young children. It offers and outlines a variety of observation assignments and was developed to be used primarily but not exclusively in conjunction with OBSERVING AND RECORDING THE BEHAVIOR OF YOUNG CHILDREN, Third Edition by Cohen, Stern and Balaban. Yet, this edition is designed so it may be used as an independent text if desired. Forms for reporting on each observation are provided and the pages can be easily removed from the binding.

ISBN 0-940139-44-8, 124 pages, paper, $14.95

 

PARENT AND CHILD RELATIONS, 2e by John M. Carlevale

      In the authors view, the parent and child relationship is the most important of interpersonal relationships. Parent and child interaction influences the growth, development and behavior of both parent and child. This book is an attempt to place this most important relationship in perspective vis-a-vis the more salient factors and conditions that affect it so significantly. The framework is basically a developmental and interactional perspective. This book is intended for human services professionals and parents in practice and/or training. It provides to the reader a framework and knowledge base for better understanding the parent and child relationship, especially in terms of those aspects or features of the relationship that are most crucial to its establishment, development and maintenance.

      Chapters: Kinds of Parent and Child Relationships; The Psychological Parent and Child Relationship; Factors Influencing Parental Effectiveness; Teaching Good Behavior; Parental Characteristics; Characteristics and Needs of the Child; Family Structure and Family Life Cycle; Situational and Circumstantial Factors and Conditions; Child Rearing Approaches: Philosophy, Practices and Effects - Prologue; Philosophy and Practices; Effects on Children; Effects Upon Parents and Others; Patterns of Interpersonal Interaction.

ISBN 0-940139-49-9, 256 pages, paper, $19.95

 

SHARED SPACES by Georgia Bradley Houle

 This book is written for those who are operating early childhood education or child care programs in facilities that are used for other programs or purposes at other times. This includes the homes of some care givers. This book emerged from the author's own experience in working with young children in both home based and center based settings, and from informal conversations and formal conferences with child care professionals who sought the author's help to reconcile the many problems that emerge when space is shared. From these experiences evolved the many practical and creative solutions, which is the content of this book.

      The Preface of the book describes the basic premise and the general solution to problems, which emerge when space is shared. The individual chapters address specific solutions to specific problems within a particular setting. Hence, the content of Shared Spaces is divided into two major parts. Part One covers the special concerns and solutions for home based care. Part Two addresses problems and solutions for center based care. Nevertheless, professionals in each setting may benefit from the content and solutions described in the other. These solutions are not only described but also clearly illustrated. Consequently, the reader can actually visualize how a given solution might be applied in a particular setting and how it might also be modified in order to be "tailored" to program and user needs. Indeed, each picture is worth a thousand words in this problem-solving book.

      Chapters: Home Day Care; Home Day Care of Infants and Toddlers; The Office; Center Based Care; Conclusions.

ISBN 0-940139-24-3, 64 pages, paper, $10.95

 

STUDENT TEACHING MANUAL, 4e by John M. Carlevale

      This text is intended for use at the beginning level of student teaching. It was written for student teachers and supervisory personnel. The manual has three parts. Part One is the Student Teacher Handbook, which is intended to help the student get ready for and anticipate what will be experienced during the initial phases of student teaching. It contains an extensive review of the evaluation process and evaluation criteria for student performance.

      Part Two is the Student Teacher Workbook, which is intended to guide the student through prescribed observations and assignments. Observation guides and report forms are provided on perforated pages, which may be easily removed from the binding by the student for evaluation by the college supervisor.

      Part Three is the Student Teacher Journal, which provides a place for the student teacher to record thoughts, feelings, observations, and other noteworthy data for immediate and/or future reference.

      In addition, there is an extensive Appendix, which contains a variety of needed information, materials, and forms for student and supervisory use.. This edition is a more generic treatment in response to it broad base of usage in colleges and universities throughout the USA.

ISBN 0-940139-36-7, 206 pages, paper, $17.95

 

TEACHING THE CHILD UNDER SIX, 4e by James L. Hymes, Jr.

      Teaching the Child Under Six is a long time standard in the early childhood education field with a new look. Its a primer in helping professionals develop an appropriate frame of reference, the right attitude, an understanding of what are developmentally appropriate practices, and much, much more. Its content covers the state of the profession, what programs should be and should do, teaching the basics of reading, teaching the basics of good behavior, what teachers need to have and do to teach well, and a look at the future needs of and possibilities for our profession and our nation. But most importantly, James Hymes articulates in simple language throughout the text what our children and families must have in order to grow and develop well to become all they can become in positive ways.

      Teaching the Child Under Six is used in colleges and universities throughout the United States and Canada as required reading in the education and training of early childhood education professionals. It is essential reading for every early childhood professional, regardless of level of experience.

ISBN 0-940139-35-5, 216 pages, paper, $15.95

WHEN ORDERINGTo the total for merchandise,  please add $5.20 for the first book and $1.00 for each additional book to cover the cost of shipping and handling. Please make your check or money order payable to and mail to Consortium Publishing, 640 Weaver Hill Road, West Greenwich, Rhode Island 02817-2261. Thank you! 

 

ENGLISH and TECHNICAL WRITING

A WORKBOOK FOR WRITERS by Thelma Kantorowitz

      This text is specifically designed for college students and people working in the business world, who must write business letters, interoffice memoranda, etc. It can be used as a "stand alone" text or as a supplement to another. Section One emphasizes techniques such as employing the proper attitude, use of tactful words, accentuation of the positive, etc. Section Two covers correct usage of grammar, syntax, spelling, etc. This text contains many concrete business-oriented examples to promote assimilation of concepts and many exercises to help develop skill in knowledge application. Perforated pages permit easy removal of exercise pages.

ISBN 0-940139-22-7, 106 pages, paper, $13.95

 

COMPOSITION COMPANION, 2e by Marieanna Pape

   This book is a companion piece for students enrolled in English compos ition courses. The exercises and assignments are largely designed for classroom use. The assignments are designed to inspire imagination, encourage analytic thought, and aid the student in writing with clarity, conciseness, and coherence. Composition Companion is an idea book, intended to stimulate thought. Grammar is not covered; therefore, students should have access to a grammar text and dictionary as reference resources. Blank pages have been included at the end of the text for note-taking. Additional spaces for notes have been provided throughout the book and following each assignment.

ISBN 0-940139-28-6, 64 pages, paper, $13.95

 

EFFECTIVE WRITING FOR BUSINESS WORLD by Thelma D. Kantorowitz-Shafer

      This book represents the best efforts of the authors' combined years of teaching writing at the Community College of Rhode Island. In their classes students are led step-by-step through the process of writing effectively for the business world. The goal has been to prepare successful business communicators. This goal is reflected in the book's organization and style.

      Effective Writing for the Business World is practical, clearly written, and well organized. Nine complete chapters are devoted to letter writing. Too many books use too many pages to discuss formal report writing, visual design, library research, or basic composition. Too many books are too theoretical and often stale. Every chapter of this book uses examples to make discussions clear, checklists to review major points covered, and a generous number of exercises to test understanding. These exercises have been developed and used successfully in classrooms. For those teachers who teach the formal written report, there are two chapters. Chapter 14 contains a complete sample feasibility report. Students are led step-by-step through the writing process - from assignment to format. Each report element is discussed and illustrated.

      Chapters: Establishing Rapport with Your Reader; More Techniques: Getting the Message Across; Form and Parts of the Letter; Letters of Inquiry and Replies; Orders and Replies to Orders; Adjustment Letters; Payments and the Collection Process; Sales Letters; Good-will Letters; The Job Process; The Memorandum and the Memorandum Report; The Formal Business Report; The Formal Report; Other Forms of Communication: Oral and Written.

ISBN 0-940139-29-4, 340 pages, paper, $14.95

 

PUNCTUATION AND GRAMMAR GUIDE by Roberta Mudge Humble

      A non-grammatical approach to grammar and punctuation, this text covers the most basic aspects of punctuation, spelling, grammar and syntax. Clarity and conciseness, word choice and parallel structure are also covered.

ISBN 0-940139-45-6, 79 pages, paper, $13.95

 

SEMINAR ON STUDENT SUCCESS by Julie M. White

      This is a survival manual for beginning college students. It is designed and intended to help students develop the most basic attitudes, values, knowledge and skills which will help them succeed in college. Units cover developing self-awareness; college resources, rules and regulations; improving reading and study skills; communication skills for successful relationships; promoting personal wellness; career planning; goal setting and decision making.

ISBN 0-940139-50-2, 112 pages, paper, $13.95

 

TECHNICAL VICTORY: BATTLES IN WRITING by Roberta Mudge Humble

      This text covers the basics in technical writing such as outlines, reports, letters, resumes, memoranda, definitions, abstracts, questionnaires, research and documentation, visuals, review of punctuation, spelling, grammar and syntax. The text features "real world" writing and includes documents from business, academia, the military, science and engineering, and the arts. This text without a doubt has one of the best collections of authentic examples of writing. What is unique about this text is the creative approach used by the author to make the subject interesting and enjoyable as she is. The book's title and chapter headings are in military jargon to create thematic unity. The cover is camouflage with black lettering and is perfect bound.

ISBN 0-940139-14-6, 475 pages, paper, $26.95

 

TECHNICAL WRITING: A THEORETICAL BASIS by Fillmer Hevener, Jr.

      The position of this book is that all writing, including technical writing, is an art requiring the writer to form clear ideas mentally and to select the best words and put them in their best order. There is no formula to guide the technical writer, just as there is no formula to guide the painter or musical composer. However, the technical writer should follow sound writing principles not disappointing prescriptions. This book offers communication and writing principles that will assist technical writers in sharpening their skills as wordsmiths. The text is designed for technical and scientific students who must communicate effectively with both technical and non-technical audiences. ISBN 0-940139-25-1, 128 pages, paper, $14.95

 

WRITING FOR A REASON by Roberta Mudge Humble

      This text covers the basics in technical writing such as outlines, reports, letters, resumes, memoranda, definitions, abstracts, questionnaires, research and documentation, visuals and much more.                                                          ISBN 0-940139-46-4, 288 pages, paper, $23.95

 

WHEN ORDERINGTo the total for merchandise,  please add $5.20 for the first book and $1.00 for each additional book to cover the cost of shipping and handling. Please make your check or money order payable to and mail to Consortium Publishing, 640 Weaver Hill Road, West Greenwich, Rhode Island 02817-2261. Thank you!

 

MUSIC

TWENTIETH CENTURY MUSIC: AN INTRODUCTION, 2e by Lloyd Kaplan, with Nancy Carroll

      All too often textbooks are too extensive and technical in coverage and impede learning rather than facilitate it. This text is streamlined to the needs of students who are 1.) music majors in their first or second year of college, or 2.) non-majors electing to take a course in twentieth century music. Consequently, the language of this book is direct and concise, and only a few musical examples are utilized so as to not frustrate those students who have not yet learned the technical aspects of music. This book is simply intended to provide a basic introduction, via intellectual concepts, to the important artistic movements that either dominated or significantly affected the music of the twentieth century.                                                                              ISBN 0-940139-21-9, 86 pages, paper, $13.95

 

WHO'S WHO IN R.I. JAZZ: c. 1925-1988 by Lloyd Kaplan and Robert E. Petteruti

      This biographical work pays tribute to the numerous performers who have contributed to jazz in Rhode Island. Along with the biographies of the musicians, which comprise the main body of the text, there is an overview of the jazz scene, which puts the history of Rhode Island jazz into perspective. It calls attention to such aspects as jazz styles, the jazz clubs scene, and important people, other than performers, whose contributions have enhanced the jazz climate of Rhode Island. Also included are some brief essays of especially prominent individuals and a selection of historically significant photographs that will have especially great sentimental value to those who have loved and enjoyed jazz in Rhode Island and elsewhere, since many of the individuals included in this work have earned national and international recognition.              ISBN 0-940139-26-X, 102 pages, paper, $14.95

WHEN ORDERINGTo the total for merchandise,  please add $5.20 for the first book and $1.00 for each additional book to cover the cost of shipping and handling. Please make your check or money order payable to and mail to Consortium Publishing, 640 Weaver Hill Road, West Greenwich, Rhode Island 02817-2261. Thank you!

EXAMINATION COPY POLICY:  Books are invoiced when shipped. Upon adoption for use in a college course and following an order placed by the college bookstore, the instructor's personal account is credited in full or refund made upon request.

As we add new products or reacquaint you with particular books from various departments, we may feature these as specials at this location and on the home page.

For example, the current special is The Child Under Six by James Hymes, Jr. an icon in the early childhood education field. See catalog for description.

This month's special:

The Child Under Six

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Early Childhood

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