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The Symposium on 'Nitrides and related wide band gap materials' at the 1998 Spring Meeting of the European Materials Research Society (E-MRS) in Strasbourg, France, was the third Symposium of its kind at an E-MRS meeting. Beginning in 1996, these Symposia enjoyed a steadily increasing popularity among European and international nitride researchers.
Sherry Thomas is one of the hottest new voices in historical romance, garnering the highest praise from today's bestselling writers ("Entrancing." --Mary Balogh; "Ravishingly sinful, intelligent and addictive." --Eloisa James). Now Sherry delivers this powerful story of a remarkable woman and the love she thought she'd never find--with the man she thought she'd lost forever....
With seven of the world’s eight species of bears endangered and the other threatened, interest in these solitary, majestic creatures is greater than ever. A Band of Bears combines interesting facts and vivid images to profile the truly wild lives of polar bears, grizzlies, black bears, and others. Here young readers learn about bear behavior: their predatory nature, their curiosity, their omnivorous eating habits, their intelligence and resourcefulness, and their fierce protectiveness as parents. A Band of Bears separates fact from popular fiction, explaining everything youngsters want to know about these endlessly fascinating creatures.
Vitae Romanorum, Latin for the "Lives of the Romans," explores the tales of everyday Romans living in the sophisticated and grand Roman Empire. From the peculiarities of Domitian to the religious fervor of Julian the Apostate, these stories give personality and a relatable quality to the ancient subjects of Rome. Many of the stories also occur during the reign of the so-called "Five Good Emperors," including Trajan and Hadrian. These short stories introduce an element of mystery and savagery, as the world of the ancients was neither wholly safe nor honest. Be prepared for riveting history lessons that transport the reader from their comfortable armchair in the modern world to the nitty-gritty streets of Rome and her provinces. The reader will encounter characters as diverse as a slave of Hadrian, the wife of a Roman senator, a displaced Pagan worshiper, and a marble cutter discovering the harsh ways of the world. Are you ready to embark on this antique escapade?
Everyone's favourite Caldecott Honour-winning porcine diva is back and with fanfare! There are going to be fireworks tonight, and Olivia can hardly wait to hear the band. But when she finds out that there isn't going to be a band, she can't understand why not. How can there be fireworks without a band?! And so Olivia sets to putting a band together herself...all by herself. Using pots, pans, her brother's toys, and even her father's suspenders, Olivia forms a band spectacular enough to startle any audience. Lavishly brought to life in Ian Falconer's signature style, and introducing an eye-catching shade of blue, here is Olivia doing what Olivia does best â€” making noise.
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