2016 Nelson's Pediatric Antimicrobial Therapy, 22nd edition
Editor in chief: John S. Bradley, MD. Emeritus: John D. Nelson, MD. Contributing editors: Elizabeth D. Barnett, MD, Joseph B. Cantey, MD, David W. Kimberlin, MD, Paul E. Palumbo, MD, Jason Sauberan, PharmD, William J. Steinbach, MD Practical, evidence-based recommendations from the experts in antimicrobial therapy! This best-selling resource on pediatric antimicrobial therapy provides instant access to reliable, up-to-the-minute recommendations for treatment of all infectious diseases in children. For each disease, the authors provide a commentary to help health care practitioners select the best of all antimicrobial choices. Drug descriptions cover all antimicrobial agents available today and include complete information about dosing regimens. In response to growing concerns about overuse of antibiotics, the book includes guidelines on when not to prescribe antimicrobials.

A Mother's Influence Novel
A Mother's Influence is the intriguing love story of a mature young girl named Anolese -- who knows exactly what she wants at an early age. Her parents, however, have different plans for her life and shelter her at every turn. In time, she learns first-hand, indelible lessons about how trusted people can turn cold and calculating. Though she always appears to be in the midst of a storm, Anolese's triumphant transformation from girlhood to womanhood, leaves her standing tall with strength, faith in God and enduring perseverance. "The author's debut novel, "A Mother's Influence" is a must read! It is a fictional story representing life's ups and downs. A real page turner! The author vividly brings the multi-dimensional characters to life. I couldn't put it down until I finished it. The main character is Anolese. She symbolizes anyone with a fortitude for life. A woman of faith with tenacity who refuses to "throw in the towel!". One who continues to rise after every fall. A true definition of success. Anolese is a phenomenal woman! Great book for book club discussions. Michele E. Horne, MD, MPH CEO and Owner, Central Coast Total Wellness

AAP Grand Rounds
This literature review newsletter delivers critical, evidence-based summaries of articles from over 100 general and specialty medical journals. Special features include "Weighing the Evidence". www.aapgrandrounds.org For your special rate, please visit www.aaplibrary.org

AAP News
The official news magazine of the American Academy of Pediatrics provides up-to-date, trusted information for health care professionals. AAP News covers advancements in the field, pediatric medication warnings and product recalls. www.aapnews.org For your special rate, please visit www.aaplibrary.org

Advanced Critical Care
AACN Advanced Critical Care is a quarterly, peer-reviewed publication of in-depth articles intended for experienced critical care and acute care clinicians at the bedside, advanced practice nurses, and clinical and academic educators. Each issue includes a topic-based symposium, feature articles, and columns of interest to critical care and progressive care clinicians. AACN Advanced Critical Care contains concisely written, practical information for immediate use and future reference. Self-paced continuing education units are available for selected articles in each issue. The journal is supported by subscription and does not carry advertising. AACN Advanced Critical Care is an official publication of the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses.

Against the Grain
It is a unique collection of reports on the issues, literature, and people that impact the world of books and journals. ATG is published on paper six times a year, in February, April, June, September, and November and December/January.

AHC Media
AHC Media - trusted by healthcare professionals for four decades - provides critical, cutting-edge, award-winning information, imperative in today's constantly changing healthcare environment. Content is provided in emergency, hospital management, and clinical specialty areas of medicine. Now offering full digital bundled-site options at budget-friendly site rates including: 1.A-FULL, or "AHC Media Full Library"-an all-inclusive option that offers hundreds of healthcare publications (including 27 active newsletters, 71 archived newsletters, 100+ special reports, and 12 full-text sourcebooks/ebooks) as well as eighteen years of archives (or since newsletter inception). Price range for an average sized hospital is $8,000- $12,000. 2.EM-FULL, an "Emergency Care Full Library" license that offers 11 current publications-7 active newsletters; 4 full-text sourcebook/ebooks; 11-13 special reports updated frequently Price range for an average sizedemergency department is $4,000 - $7,000. 3.H-FULL, a "Hospital Management Full Library" license that offers 12 current newsletters, 2 full-text sourcebooks/ebooks, 13-15 special reports updated frequently. Price range for an average sized hospital emergency department is $3,000 - $6,000. All bundled options include IP authenticated/ proxy server access for easy system-wide usage at affordable institutional rates. For more information, contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 866-213-0844.

American Journal of Critical Care
Research journal of the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses. The journal is dedicated to the promotion of collaborative practice and publishes the latest in critical care research. All articles are peer-reviewed. For additional rate information call the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses at (949)362-2000 ext. 532 or visit http://ajcc.aacnjournals.org

American Journal of Public Health
A peer reviewed monthly journal. AJPH publishes cutting-edge research, reports from the field, editorials and commentaries, serves as a forum for the analysis of health policy, and was voted one of the 100 most influential journals in biology & medicine over the last 100 years by Special Libraries Association. Call 205-995-1567 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for additional online, print, and consortium rates.

American Scientist Magazine
American Scientist is an illustrated bimonthly magazine about science and technology. Each issue is filled with feature articles written by prominent scientists and engineers, reviewing important work in fields that range from molecular biology to computer engineering. The articles are carefully edited and accompanied by illustrations that are developed to enhance the reader's understanding and enjoyment. Readers also enjoy a number of regular columns that cover topics in computing, engineering, public and professional issues and reflections on the history and practice of science. In the Spotlight section, the editors give the readers glimpses behind the scenes in science. And each issue includes the work of noted cartoonists such as Sidney Harris, Benita Epstein and Mark Heath. American Scientist has been published since 1913 by Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society. In recent years it has been honored with many awards for editorial, design and illustration quality. For additional subscription rates and site licensing fees (including print), start at only $275.00 - please visit www.americanscientist.org.

Animation Magazine
Animation Magazine is the #1 source for the most current information on film, television, gaming, technology, commercials, events, and industry trends including education in the animation field.

Arguments for Liberty
Edited by Aaron Ross Powell and Grant Babcock Two schools of thought have long dominated libertarian discussions about ethics: utilitarianism and natural rights. Those two theories are important, but they're not the only ways people think about ethics and political philosophy. In Arguments for Liberty, you'll find a broader approach to libertarianism. In each of Arguments for Liberty's nine chapters a different political philosopher discusses how his or her preferred school of thought judges political institutions and why libertarianism best meets that standard. Though they end up in the same place, the paths they take diverge in fascinating ways. Readers will find in these pages not only an excellent introduction to libertarianism, but also a primer on some of the most important political and ethical theories. Assuming little or no training in academic philosophy, the essays guide readers through a continuous moral conversation spanning centuries and continents, from Aristotle in ancient Athens to twentieth-century philosopher John Rawls in the halls of Harvard. What's the best political system? What standards should we use to decide, and why? Arguments for Liberty is a guide to thinking about these questions. It's also a powerful, nine-fold argument for the goodness and importance of human liberty.

Aviation Week & Space Technology
Aviation Week & Space Technology's award winning content powered by the most experienced team of journalists focuses on the global aviation, aerospace and defense industries. Immediate access daily at aviationweek.com and with our digital archive, fully searchable by issue, article and topic. Plus expanded content-rich issues.

Bad Arguments
By Ali Almossawi Illustrated by Alejandro Giraldo "A flawless compendium of flaws." -Alice Roberts, PhD, anatomist, writer, and presenter of The Incredible Human Journey The antidote to fuzzy thinking, with furry animals! Have you read (or stumbled into) one too many irrational online debates? Ali Almossawi certainly had, so he wrote An Illustrated Book of Bad Arguments! This handy guide is here to bring the internet age a much-needed dose of old-school logic (really old-school, a la Aristotle). Here are cogent explanations of the straw man fallacy, the slippery slope argument, the ad hominem attack, and other common attempts at reasoning that actually fall short—plus a beautifully drawn menagerie of animals who (adorably) commit every logical faux pas. Rabbit thinks a strange light in the sky must be a UFO because no one can prove otherwise (the appeal to ignorance). And Lion doesn't believe that gas emissions harm the planet because, if that were true, he wouldn't like the result (the argument from consequences). Once you learn to recognize these abuses of reason, they start to crop up everywhere from congressional debate to YouTube comments—which makes this geek-chic book a must for anyone in the habit of holding opinions.

BAZOOF! Magazine
Winner of Parents' Choice Awards®, BAZOOF! is a health and creativity magazine that specializes in publishing youth work. It is set in a bustling city in outer space, educating readers on nutrition, fitness, positive self image, character development, bullying, online safety, community service, eco education and more. BAZOOF! deepens understanding of good health in these growing years leading to habits that can last a lifetime. Takes youth a step past reading through many hands-on activities. A one-of-a-kind publication that becomes a favorite in any library or classroom setting! Sized to be both print and tablet friendly. FUN READING. WISE THINKING. Best suited for ages 8-12.

Best Colleges 2017 (from U.S. News & World Report)
The 2017 edition of the U.S. News Best Colleges guidebook offers comprehensive advice for high school students and their families on researching their college choices, drawing up a smart shortlist, putting together a slam-dunk application and finding the money to pay the bills. Find out what programs to look for that will raise your chances of thriving at college, the many ways to wow the admissions office and how to negotiate the best possible financial aid package. You'll also get our latest exclusive college rankings. Discover the country's best universities, liberal arts colleges, regional colleges and universities, historically black colleges and universities, and undergraduate engineering and business programs. Plus: • A look at accelerated degree programs as a way to cut costs and save time • What if you get an acceptance for spring semester? • Profiles: How 8 recent high school grads navigated the college-application process • A calendar of important tasks for the college-bound student • Take a road trip with U.S. News to 12 colleges and universities in Colorado, Connecticut, Mississippi and Louisiana • 8 things admission deans want you to know, including how to write a winning essay • State-by-state directory profiling more than 1,600 schools
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Best Graduate Schools 2017 (from U.S. News & World Report)
Whether you are considering an MBA, a law degree, or a Ph.D, U.S. News' Best Graduate Schools 2017 guidebook can help you navigate the selection and admissions process. This ultimate guide to U.S. graduate schools features exclusive rankings and information about full-time and part-time programs in Business, Law, Engineering, Education, Nursing, and Medicine.
Additional new rankings include Veterinary Medicine, Healthcare Management, and Physician Assistant - plus rankings of online master's programs in Business, Nursing, Engineering, Education, Criminal Justice, and Computer Information Technology. Research vital information including admissions requirements, deadlines for applying, career prospects, starting salaries, and more for more than 1,800 programs across the country.

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Charleston Advisor
The Charleston Advisor publishes critical reviews of online resources for libraries. To maintain a high level of accuracy and integrity, all reviews are peer-reviewed by experienced librarians. Our reviewers come from all areas of librarianship and from all types of libraries, ensuring that products are reviewed by people who actually use them. This allows us to maintain the high quality reviews our readers have come to expect.

Charleston Report, The
The Charleston Report, Business Insights into the Library Market is published six times a year by The Charleston Co. The Charleston Report is written for publishers, vendors, product developers, merchandisers, and wholesalers who are interested in expanding their library market. Readers will gain insights in effective marketing to libraries, early alerts to library trends, access to library leaders' future plans, library budget projections, library strategic plans, technology directions, and publications needs. For additional information and to subscribe, visit http://www.charlestonreport.com/

Citizenship and the American Revolution: A Resolute Tory’s Abiding Status
Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, Volume 106, Part 3 David W. Maxey What was the status of a resident of New Jersey or Pennsylvania on July 5, 1776, or for several months, even years, after the Declaration of Independence? When did a person living in one of the rebellious colonies cease to be the subject of George III and become a citizen of a newly constituted American state? Well into the nineteenth century, uncertainty persisted regarding citizenship acquired (or lost) during the Revolution. Turning to original sources, David Maxey brings into clear focus a family dispute over inheritance rights and the task the United States Supreme Court faced in determining the status of Daniel Coxe—either as a citizen of New Jersey entitled to inherit, or as an alien barred from doing so. Having heard the arguments of opposing counsel on two separate occasions, the Supreme Court announced its decision in 1808. Twenty years later, the Court measurably diverged from the rationale supporting that decision.

Computers in Libraries
Computers in Libraries is a monthly magazine that provides complete coverage of the news and issues in the rapidly evolving field of library information technology. Focusing on the practical application of technology in community, school, academic, and special libraries, CIL includes discussions of the impact of emerging computer technologies on library systems and services, and on the library community itself. For more information or to place an order visit www.infotoday.com

Consumer Behavior 2017-2018
12th edition. Consumer spending accounts for 70% of the U.S. gross domestic product, or $11.6 trillion. Consumer Behavior 2017-2018 assesses how this spending is distributed and the consumer behaviors that affect spending. Consumer Behavior 2017-2018 presents dozens of surveys analyzing consumer spending characteristics, behavioral responses, and preferences. Easy-to-read summaries of current research and other information useful for retailers, marketers, advertisers, and business consultants are presented. While there are other publications focusing on general consumer behavioral topics, Consumer Behavior 2017-2018 is the only resource that integrates the full spectrum of applied consumer psychology, demographics, and purchasing influences with major consumer surveys. The demographics chapters present valuable insight into 25 segments, including the Hispanic, African-American, Asian-American, Baby Boomer, Generation X, Millennial, Gay & Lesbian, Affluent, and other consumer groups. Over 650 website links - directly embedded into the electronic edition - will direct you to additional market research and other resources.

Consumer Use Of The Internet & Mobile Web 2016-2017
Third Edition. Providing insight into the 207 million U.S. adult Internet users, this handbook assesses online activities and content, e-commerce spending, mobile access to the web, digital advertising, and more. Internet and mobile-media market data are scattered throughout a myriad of sources. This handbook compiles top-line consumer Internet use and expenditure data into a single easy-to-use reference, with information sourced from top research organizations. Market data is presented along with analyses of trends and projections on how Internet use will evolve. The handbook also assesses mobile Internet access and apps. Select topics include accuracy of online information, blogs, consumer reviews, digital music, digital video, gaming, photo sharing, privacy concerns, security concerns, social media user demographics, and the Internet of Things. Among the statistics presented are monthly traffic visits for over 3,500 consumer websites. Along with top-line data, the handbook provides over 2,000 links to additional resources for more in-depth assessments. This biennial handbook serves as both a strategic planning guide for business executives in all sectors, from portals and content developers to marketers and researchers, as well as a comprehensive reference for academic libraries.

Critical Care Nurse
Critical Care Nurse is a clinical journal dedicated to the practice of critical and acute care nursing. The editorial emphasis is on the care of acute and critically ill patients and their families. All manuscripts are peer-reviewed. For additional rate information call the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses at (949)362-2000 ext. 532 or visit www.ccnonline.org

Dimestore
A Writer's Life By Lee Smith For the inimitable Lee Smith, place is paramount. For forty-five years, her fiction has lived and breathed with the rhythms and people of the Appalachian South. But never before has she written her own story. Set deep in the mountains of Virginia, the Grundy of Lee Smith's youth was a place of coal miners, tent revivals, mountain music, drive-in theaters, and her daddy's dimestore. It was in that dimestore--listening to customers and inventing adventures for the store's dolls--that she became a storyteller. Even when she was sent off to college to earn some "culture," she understood that perhaps the richest culture she might ever know was the one she was driving away from--and it's a place that she never left behind. Dimestore's fifteen essays are crushingly honest, wise and perceptive, and superbly entertaining. Smith has created both a moving personal portrait and a testament to embracing one's heritage. It's also an inspiring story of the birth of a writer and a poignant look at a way of life that has all but vanished.

Dust Bowl Girls
The Inspiring Story of the Team That Barnstormed Its Way to Basketball Glory By Lydia Reeder "A thrilling, cinematic story. I loved every minute I spent with these bold, daring women whose remarkable journey is the stuff of American legend." -Karen Abbott, New York Times bestselling author of Liar, Temptress, Soldier, Spy The Boys in the Boat meets A League of Their Own in this true story of a Depression-era championship women's team. In the early 1930s, during the worst drought and financial depression in American history, Sam Babb began to dream. Like so many others, this charismatic Midwestern basketball coach wanted a reason to have hope. Traveling from farm to farm near the tiny Oklahoma college where he coached, Babb recruited talented, hardworking young women and offered them a chance at a better life: a free college education in exchange for playing on his basketball team, the Cardinals. Despite their fears of leaving home and the sacrifices that their families would face, the women joined the team. And as Babb coached the Cardinals, something extraordinary happened. These remarkable athletes found a passion for the game and a heartfelt loyalty to one another and their coach--and they began to win. Combining exhilarating sports writing and exceptional storytelling, Dust Bowl Girls takes readers on the Cardinals' intense, improbable journey all the way to an epic showdown with the prevailing national champions, helmed by the legendary Babe Didrikson. Lydia Reeder captures a moment in history when female athletes faced intense scrutiny from influential figures in politics, education, and medicine who denounced women's sports as unhealthy and unladylike. At a time when a struggling nation was hungry for inspiration, this unlikely group of trailblazers achieved much more than a championship season.

Earthworks: Selected Poems
Transactions 106, Part 1 Rosanna Warren In this inspiring volume, Rosanna Warren chronologically arranges poems selected from her four published collections of poetry. She places the poetry "under the protection of two saints: William Blake and Hart Crane," and convincingly reminds us that "poems have work to do: to bear witness, to cry out, to lament, to praise. They should be psalms for their time."

Eco-nomics
What Everyone Should Know About Economics and the Environment By Richard L. Stroup It's one thing to be passionate about protecting the environment. It's another to be successful at it. This history of environmentalism includes a constant shift from one concern to another, and many laws have been enacted to clean up pollution or preserve natural beauty. However, many of these laws are ineffective and others have had unintended consequences. In this updated edition, Richard Stroup explains how economics applies to environmental decision making, why many of our environmental laws have failed us, and how we might go about doing a better job of protecting nature. Eco-nomics is an indispensable guide to learning how to think about both economics and the environment.

Edward Shaw of Boston: Antebellum Architect and Author—An Introduction
Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, Volume 106, Part 2 James F. O'Gorman This is the first in-depth study of the career of an important antebellum American architect and author. It is a contribution to the history of architecture and the history of the book. In the quarter century after 1830, Edward Shaw designed dozens of town houses in Boston, including the landmark Adam Wallace Thaxer, Jr. house on Beacon Hill (1836). Shaw also published five influential books on architecture and structural materials, one of them reprinted in several editions to 1900. Research in Boston archives has unearthed building records and drawings for unbuilt Shaw designs. The book also describes the design and contents of Shaw's published works, and traces their distribution across the country, from Maine to Oregon.

Evidence Explained: Citing History Sources from Artifacts to Cyberspace. Third Edition
By Elizabeth Shown Mills It's Here! The new Third Edition of Evidence Explained, the nationally acclaimed guidebook on source citation and analysis. Eight years have passed since the first edition of Evidence Explained, the definitive guide to the citation and analysis of historical sources--a guide so thorough that it leaves nothing to chance. Yet advances in genealogy and history research, changes at major repositories and online information providers, and the ever-evolving electronic world have generated new citation and analysis challenges for researchers. While countless websites now suggest ways to identify their offerings, few of those address the analytical needs of a researcher concerned with the nature and provenance of web material, whose numerous incarnations and transformations often affect the reliability of their content. Like the previous editions of Evidence Explained, the third edition explains citation principles for both traditional and nontraditional sources; includes more than 1,000 citation models for virtually every source type; and shows readers where to go to find their sources and how to describe and evaluate them. It contains many new citation models, updates to websites, and descriptions and evaluations of numerous contemporary materials not included in earlier editions.

Foreign Service Journal
Published monthly by the American Foreign Service Association. 11 issues per year that cover foreign affairs from an insider's perspective, with articles on International issues, the practice of diplomacy, and the U.S. Foreign Service. (Institutions receive a 10% discount off the $50.00 retail price)

Freedom in the 50 States
By William P. Ruger and Jason Sorens An index of personal and economic freedom. This study ranks the American states according to how their public policies affect individual freedoms in the economic, social, and personal spheres. Updating, expanding, and improving upon the three previous editions of Freedom in the 50 States, the 2016 edition examines state and local government intervention across a wide range of policy categories -- from tax burdens to court systems, from eminent domain laws to occupational licensing, and from homeschooling regulation to drug policy. Freedom in the 50 States remains the only index that measures both economic and personal freedoms.

Higgledy Piggledy A Tale of Four Little Pigs
By B. Seymour Rabinovitch with Rebecca S. Treger Winner of 22 Awards! "A lighthearted children's picture book with a charming story brought to life with colorful illustrations. It is especially ideal for young people sharpening their reading skills in preparation to starting chapter books!" - Midwest Book Review (Children's Bookwatch); "A high quality gem with the makings of a modern day classic! Inspired by an English Fairy Tale, Higgledy Piggledy is a delightful tale with a clever story. It shows that being different is not a bad thing, and can be quite rewarding. It has both an old-world and contemporary feel, with dazzling illustrations full of charm, warmth, and humor that captivate the reader." - Tillywig Reviews (Top Fun Award) For information, please go to www.roxyannpress.com

History for Genealogists, Using Chronological Time Lines to Find and Understand Your Ancestors
Revised Edition, with 2016 Addendum Incorporating Editorial Corrections to the 2009 Edition, by Denise Larson By Judy Jacobson History for Genealogists is a rarity: It's one of the very few history books in print that is written for genealogists. Here's what we mean: Let's say you have lost track of your 1880 ancestor in Iowa. Have you considered that he might have moved there during the Economic Panic of 1873? Or maybe your forebears were living in Texas in the 1840s. Did you know that they might have come from Kentucky as part of the "Peters Colony"? Are you aware that you can learn a great deal about your ancestors if they belonged to a labor or fraternal organization like the Amalgamated Clothing Workers, Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, or the Catholic Family Life Insurance Society? In other words, knowing a little history can go a long way in helping you find elusive ancestors. As author Judy Jacobson puts it, "Genealogy lays the foundation to understand a person or family using tangible evidence. Yet history also lays the foundation to understand why individuals and societies behave the way they do. It provides the building materials needed to understand the human condition and provide an identity, be it for an individual or a group or an institution." History for Genealogists answers fundamental questions about our forebears. For example, if you are trying to learn when your ancestors left one place for another, it would be helpful to ask the question, "Why did they leave?" Did it have to do with a military conflict, social injustice, religion, disease, economic hardship, a natural disaster? No matter what the explanation, Mrs. Jacobson has a historical time line that could lead to the explanation. For example, your ancestor's departure may have coincided with the outbreak of the Crimean War, a virulent epidemic, an earthquake, or a religious war. Other chapters pose answers to other crucial questions, such as "How did they go?" and "What route did they take?" For these conundrums Mrs. Jacobson uses time lines to lay out the history of the transportation revolutions in America (roads, rails, canals, and air travel), as well as the history of the great western trails our ancestors followed in crossing the country. Mrs. Jacobson dissects the past into scores of time lines. There is a time line of the Industrial Revolution, American immigration, and the Labor Movement. Researchers can also make use of a time line for the history of each of the 50 states, and, in brief, for the rest of North America, Europe, and more. The 2016 edition of History for Genealogists has been completely revised and edited, and it contains two entirely new chapters. Readers of the original 2009 edition will enjoy the new time lines concerning (1) life on the homefront during America's 20th-century wars; and (2) fashion and leisure in America from its beginnings through the middle of the 20th century. The fashion and leisure chapter discusses things like the invention of the jigsaw puzzle, publication of Good Housekeeping magazine, and the modeling of the first bikini. Do you know when the "Spanish Flu" reached America during World War I (killing many of our ancestors), or when the government instituted the first aluminum scrap drive, or commenced rationing during World War II? You can get all the answers in the new "Homefront" chapter. Both new chapters include up-to-date bibliographies that readers can use to expand their research. Now more than ever, History for Genealogists is the one history book all family historians should own when they are searching for fresh clues or hoping to understand what made their ancestors tick.

HOME FOR HENRYS: MEET THE NEW CUSTOMERS HOME DÉCOR
BY PAM DANZIGER In her new book Home for HENRYs, marketing expert Pam Danziger reveals where home furnishings marketers can find their best and brightest new customer prospects-Young HENRYs (High-Earners-Not-Rich-Yet consumers)-and how to connect with them. HENRYs are a rapidly growing demographic segment. Each year since 2010 over a million households have been added to the HENRYs' ranks. During this time, the number of HENRY households has increased by 23.1 percent, five times faster than the national average, which increased only 3.9 percent in the same five year time period. To target the young HENRYs and their home decorating and furniture needs, the essential question all marketers must ask is what do HENRYs want for their homes? In Home for HENRYs, Danziger reveals three key trends shaping the future of the home furnishings market based upon shifting values in the mindset of the HENRYs, particularly the young HENRYs on the road to affluence. Today people are seriously evaluating their lifestyles, what they need, what they own and most importantly, what they really need to own. It's a mindset focused on doing more with less and many young HENRYs are adopting the "tiny house" mindset, even if they haven't yet moved into tiny houses. It's a focus on quality of life, not quantity of possessions. It means they are making strategic compromises based on value. Danziger explains, "The shifts in consumer psychology call on brands to tell new stories. Young HENRYs reject their parents' and grandparents' ideas of luxury in favor of concepts that are more practical, functional, inclusive, democratic, responsible, and, ultimately, more affordable." In Home for HENRYs, marketers will discover the most powerful new luxury stories that connect with young home-hungry HENRYs. Danziger is an internationally known writer and researcher specializing in the luxury consumer market. With this new book focused on home furnishings, Danziger begins a series of compact books focused on specific market segments.

Horror Writers Association
THE HORROR WRITERS ASSOCIATION (HWA) is a nonprofit organization of writers and publishing professionals working in the dark fiction genre. One of the HWA's main goals is to promote literacy through library partnerships, readings, and recommended reading lists. Libraries/Librarians are encouraged to join the HWA as Associate Members, but they do not need to join the HWA in order to access the resources on the special Librarians Page on the HWA's website www.horror.org. For more information please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Hospital Pediatrics ®
Introducing the premier scholarly journal for hospital-based physicians.
Evidence-Based Medicine | Illustrative Cases | Neonatology | Critical Care | Palliative Care | Infectious Diseases | Ethics | Quality and Safety | Community Hospital Medicine.
Visit www.aaplibrary.org for more information.

Individualism
A Reader Edited by George H. Smith and Marilyn Moore Individualism is one of the most criticized and least understood ideas in social and political thought. Is Individualism the ability to act independently amidst a web of social forces? A vital element of personal liberty and a shield against conformity? Does it lead to or away from unifying individuals with communities? Individualism: A Reader provides a wealth of illuminating essays from the 17th to the early 20th centuries. In 26 selections from 25 writers, individualism is explained and defended, often from unusual perspectives. This anthology includes not only selections from well-known writers, but also many lesser-known pieces-reprinted here for the first time-by philosophers, social theorists, and economists who have been overlooked in standard accounts of individualism. Both richly historical and sharply contemporary, Individualism: A Reader provides a multitude of perspectives and insights on personal liberty and the history of freedom.

Information Today
"Information Today" The most widely read publication in the information industry, this is the only newspaper designed to meet the needs of the information professional. Information Today delivers total coverage of late-breaking news and long-term trends in the information industry. Accurate, timely news articles inform the reader of the people, products, services, and events that impact the industry, while hard-hitting, topical articles explain significant developments in the field. To subscribe visit us at www.infotoday.com or call us at +1 609-654-6266.

International Journal of Pharmaceutical Compounding
The only professional, scientific, and peer-reviewed publication dedicated solely to providing the resources and information needed to individualize patient care through the compounding of sterile and non sterile medications. This unique publication provides documented formulations and covers clinical, physicochemical, stability, quality, regulatory, and other issues necessary to compound quality medications. Special APhA Member Rates: US Individual - $140.00 US Institutional - $160.00

Internet@Schools
Internet@Schools is published five times a year and serves as a practical guide for K-12 educators that shows how to get high performance learning from internet-based school products, services, and resources. For more information or to order, visit www.infotoday.com

John Brown Photo Chronology; catalog of the exhibition at Harpers Ferry 2009 Revised 2016
John Brown Photo Chronology is the first collection of its kind, gathered over 30 years of field research and from archives by noted Brown scholar and public historian Jean Libby. Includes essays from Kansas archivist Judy Sweets, Underground Railroad author Tom Calarco, and Brown's biographer Louis A. DeCaro. There is always something new about John Brown the abolitionist. Verification with archivists and historians around the country brings new order, new dates, and new information about the photographers of John Brown in the 1840s-1850s who were also abolitionists and Underground Railroad operatives. Author/publisher Jean Libby, Allies for Freedom, offers a special library price on the website www.alliesforfreedom.org The book may be ordered at regular price on Amazon.com Order forms are available from The Reference Shelf.

John Brown Photo Chronology; supplement September 2016
The time period of the fourteen examined photo portraits is ca. 1847 to 1858, corresponding to the rapid development of photography from single-Image daguerreotypes to replicated prints from negatives. Since publishing the John Brown Photo Chronology exhibition and catalog in 2009, a previously unknown portrait copy daguerreotype has emerged. John Brown the abolitionist was always in a hurry. He and his supporters seized on the photo technology as eagerly as they adopted new weapons and utilized the growing transportation linking Eastern New England and Central New York with the Western Reserve, Chicago, and Detroit. The Underground Railroad for freedom-seekers was part of this growth. New materials in the supplement to the John Brown Photo Chronology catalog include Mary Brown's life journeys which began in Meadville, Pennsylvania, where her family from central New York emigrated when she was a child. Marrying the widowed John Brown in 1833 she was scarcely more than a child herself: at age seventeen she was the wife of a prosperous and well-respected tannery owner in New Richmond, Pennsylvania, and the stepmother of the five children borne by Dianthe Lusk Brown. "Curator Libby's research journey in 2014 brought new biographical materials to Mary's life." 'MY MAIN IDEA ABOUT JOHN BROWN WAS THAT HE WAS A MAN WHO FOUGHT FOR THE FREEDOM OF BLACK PEOPLE AND THAT HE WAS AN ABOLITIONIST. SEEING THE PICTURES OF JOHN BROWN GIVES ME A BROADER VISION OF WHAT JOHN BROWN MIGHT BE LIKE' Nia Nicholson, student, Oakland California. October 2014 Author/publisher Jean Libby, Allies for Freedom, offers a special library price on the website www.alliesforfreedam.org. Order forms are available from The Reference Shelf.

Journal of Orthopedic & Sports Physical Therapy
Scholarly, peer-reviewed, international in scope and reach; features the latest evidence-based research and clinical cases in musculoskeletal and sports-related health, injury, and rehabilitation. Online or Print + Online with unlimited IP address access for institutional subscribers. To view additional rate information, please visit us at http://www.jospt.org/page/readers#subscription_rates.

LA RAZON DE ESTAR CONTIGO: A Dog's Purpose
By Bruce Cameron Starring Dennis Quaid and Britt Robertson, the movie based on this book will be released on January 27th, 2017. Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9 in Books > Literature & Fiction > Family Life A New York Times & USA Today Bestseller. Anyone who has ever loved a dog needs to read this wise, touching, often hilarious book. Resident Veterinarian in Good Morning America This quickly paced, touching novel will charm all animal fans. Booklist This book gives you a glimpse into the heart and mind of a dog, and will change your view of our furry friends forever. Guideposts By turns funny, heartwarming, and touching without being overly sentimental, Cameron's novel successfully illuminates the breadth of the American dogscape. Library Journal A Dog's Purpose is the most accurate window into a dog's mind. A triumph, impeccably detailed with intelligence and heart. A book we've all been waiting for.

Leading Edge Review Catalog
Leading Edge Review is a quarterly consumer-oriented 12-16 page catalog that contains some of the latest body/mind/spirit books, music and dvds. It is now in its 24th year! View issues and more info at www.LeadingEdgeReview.com or find it on Facebook.

Library Automation Technologies Inc. (LAT)
Library Automation Technologies, Inc. (LAT) is exclusively focused on creating and building automation solutions for libraries, including various patron self-service systems, media dispensing solutions, digital signage and software OPAC systems. For more than ten years our management and technology team have been involved in the software design, engineering development and service for hundreds of LAT customers throughout United States and abroad. Our vast product line is growing with an addition of L-Guide, LAT-Stena and LAT-Opac mobile platform along with other innovative products designed to make library operations more efficient and friendly.
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Litwin Books & Library Juice Press Catalog (20)
Catalog lists publications in the subject of Library Philosophy and Politics, Library History, Library

Locating Your Roots: Discover Your Ancestors Using Land Records
By Margaret Law Hatcher Land records--grants, deeds, mortgages, surveys, and more--are among the most valuable resources for genealogists to prove relationships and to point to new relationships. One of the strongest motivators for American immigration was land, and one of the strongest motivators for migration within America was land. Because of this, land records are the most common records available for pioneer ancestors. For many, they may be the only records. This invaluable guide will help you understand the various types of land records and give you the information you need to locate these records-and in the process, it may well open up new avenues of research for you.

Machinery's Handbook, 30th Edition
By Erik Oberg, Franklin Jones, Holbrook Horton, Henry Ryffel, Christopher McCauley For more than 100 years, "Machinery's Handbook" has been the most popular reference work in metalworking, design, engineering and manufacturing facilities, and technical schools and colleges throughout the world. It is universally acknowledged as an extraordinarily authoritative, comprehensive, and practical tool, providing its users with the most fundamental and essential aspects of sophisticated manufacturing practice. The 30th edition of the "Bible of the Metalworking Industries" contains major revisions of existing content, as well as new material on a variety of topics. It is the essential reference for mechanical, manufacturing, and industrial engineers, designers, draftsmen, toolmakers, machinists, engineering and technology students, and the serious home hobbyist. New in the 30th Edition * Expanded metrology section including v-blocks and micrometer, vernier, and dial calipers. * New fluid power section covering pneumatic, hydraulic, and vacuum theory and appli- cations. * New powder metallurgy section, including additive manufacturing. * Even more useful specs, including tap drill sizes for Unified threads, reaming allowances for drilling, standard mesh and grit sizes, rules for figuring tapers, and assembly with pins and studs. * Includes recently added information on sheet metal and presses, keys and keyways, shaft alignment, taps and tapping, helical coil screw thread inserts, metric screw threads, miniature screws, fluid mechanics, solid geometry, statistics, calculating hole coordinates and thread dimensions, and distinguishing between bolts and screws. MH30 is available in a large print edition, that measures 7" x 10" and a toolbox edition, which is identical in content that measures 4.6" x 7". It is also available in both CD-Rom and eBook formats. *NOTE ABOUT CD-ROM COMBO PACKAGES: Book is still 2,896 pages; total count with CD ROM is 4,024--this includes the MH 30th print book text and the text of the companion volume MH 30th Guide, plus added material and navigation aids.

Molly and the Sword
By Robert Shlasko; Illustrated by Donna Diamond Must enemies always remain enemies? And how does bravery really show itself? Molly and a young horseman find the answers. What a great opportunity for Molly. She is about to play her violin in the most famous concert hall in all the world. But she's extremely nervous - so nervous that she's afraid to go on stage. Years earlier, when she was very young, she had shown great courage. At a dangerous time, she had gone in search of water for her family. Back then, an officer in an enemy army had saved her from harm. Now, at the concert hall, the officer suddenly reappears. Who is he? Can he help Molly regain her courage? And what important lessons do he and Molly teach each other? Age Range: 7 and up. Available: Amazon.com, Barnes&Noble, Baker&Taylor and Follett Library Resources. AWARDS: Benjamin Franklin Digital Award SILVER HONOREE REVIEWS "The author knows how to touch the heart of a child ... for that friend of yours who is 7-12 (or even a precocious six-year old)...a book of sheer delight ...a wealth of gold between the lines." The California Music Teacher magazine "When I saw the age group for this book, 7-12 years old, I sat down with both of my daughters, and we read it together. They loved it. I loved it. It teaches young kids why they should never, ever, give up. This is a must read for the entire family." Kristy Villa, host of The Balancing Act on Lifetime Television "Molly and the Sword is a wonderful read. [It] touches on a number of important themes, including bravery ... and the importance of having confidence in ourselves .... [It is] a great story to introduce the concept of ... gender stereotypes ...." Childhood Education magazine "Highly recommended." Toronto Musician's Association "Molly draws on her inner strength - and years of practice - to play the concert of her life." Strings magazine. To read more reviews visit http://www.janeandstreet.com/reviews.html

Most Wanted Particle
The Inside Story of the Hunt for the Higgs, the Heart of the Future of Physics By Jon Butterworth Foreword by Lisa Randall Now in paperback: the "vivid account of what the process of discovery was really like for an insider."-Peter Higgs Particle physics as we know it depends on the Higgs boson: It's the missing link between the birth of our universe-as a sea of tiny, massless particles-and the tangible world we live in today. But for more than 50 years, scientists wondered: Does it exist? Physicist Jon Butterworth was at the frontlines of the hunt for the Higgs at CERN's Large Hadron Collider-perhaps the most ambitious experiment in history. In Most Wanted Particle, he gives us the first inside account of that uncertain time, when an entire field hinged on a single particle, and life at the cutting edge of science meant media scrutiny, late-night pub debates, dispiriting false starts in the face of intense pressure, and countless hours at the collider itself. As Butterworth explains, our first glimpse of the elusive Higgs brings us a giant step closer to understanding the universe-and points the way to an entirely new kind of physics.

My Grandfather Would Have Shot Me
A Black Woman Discovers Her Family's Nazi Past By Jennifer Teege Nikola Sellmair Translated by Carolin Sommer Now in paperback: The New York Times bestselling memoir hailed as "unforgettable" (Publishers Weekly) and "a stunning memoir of cultural trauma and personal identity" (Booklist). At age 38, Jennifer Teege happened to pluck a library book from the shelf-and discovered a horrifying fact: Her grandfather was Amon Goeth, the vicious Nazi commandant depicted in Schindler's List. Reviled as the "butcher of Plaszow," Goeth was executed in 1946. The more Teege learned about him, the more certain she became: If her grandfather had met her-a black woman-he would have killed her. Teege's discovery sends her into a severe depression-and fills her with questions: Why did her birth mother withhold this chilling secret? How could her grandmother have loved a mass murderer? Can evil be inherited? Teege's story is cowritten by Nikola Sellmair, who also adds historical context and insight from Teege's family and friends, in an interwoven narrative. Ultimately, Teege's search for the truth leads her, step by step, to the possibility of her own liberation.

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NeoReviews â„¢
This online-only continuing medical education journal devoted to neonatal and perinatal health care offers articles, hot topics and international perspectives. Special features include Index of Suspicion in the Nursery and Strip of the Month.
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Online Searcher
A prestigious publication from Information Today, Inc.
Online Searcher: Information Discovery, Technology, Strategies
Online Searcher is the definitive voice for information professionals in academic, corporate, government, law, medical, public library, knowledge management, web development, and freelance environments.
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Online Searcher features articles written by practitioner experts and columns by information professionals well known throughout the library and information industry. They write from a realistic perspective concerning challenges, problems, and solutions they've found in the world of online search. Marydee Ojala is the Editor-in-Chief and Barbara Quint is Senior Editor.
Regular contributors include Stephen Arnold, Mary Ellen Bates, William Badke, Susanne Bjorner, Darlene Fichter, Nancy Herther, Irene McDermott, Greg Notess, and Jeff Wisniewski.
Online Searcher is the go-to publication for dedicated web researchers, database professionals, librarians in academic, corporate, public, and government work settings, and purchasers/licensees of information resources.
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Pediatrics ®
Pediatrics ® is ranked #1 in the overall 5-year impact factor rating category
by the 2012 Thomson/ISI Journal Citation Reports. It's among the top 100 most-cited journals in all science and medicine. www.pediatrics.org
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Pediatrics in Review
This highly acclaimed medical journal delivers the latest clinical information-real-life case studies, clinically relevant articles and commentaries. Special features include Consultation with the Specialist. www.pedsinreview.org
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Petroglyphs of Western Colorado and the Northern Ute Indian Reservation as Interpreted by Clifford Duncan
Transactions 105, Part 5 Carol Patterson People must be educated about the rock art. That's how it will be protected. -Clifford Duncan Clifford Duncan, a Northern Ute elder, believed in educating the public to know and understand the meaning of Ute petroglyphs. By doing this, he believed it would help to preserve and protect them. Over the course of eight years, Clifford and the author visited and revisited all of these sites, discussing what they might represent. Clifford's father was an Uncompahgre Ute and wanted Clifford to know the traditional homelands of the Uncompahgres in western Colorado. Clifford made special trips all through the Uncompahgre Plateau (by car, on foot, and on horseback), seeking out any Ute petroglyphs and cultural sites. Later in his life, he and the author visited many of the petroglyphs on the Uintah-Ouray Reservation, along Hill Creek and Willow Creek. These petroglyphs were authored by the Uncompahgre and White River Utes. The interpretations of the petroglyphs of western Colorado and the Uintah-Ouray Reservation are supplemented with cultural and political history to provide a background context to Clifford's interpretations. In addition, ethnographic information from other scholars provides readers with a deep appreciation as to what makes Ute petroglyphs so unique and fascinating.

Red Book ®: 2015 Report of the Committee on Infectious Diseases, 30th Edition
The AAP's authoritative guide to the manifestations, etiology, epidemiology, diagnosis, and treatment of more than 200 childhood conditions.
The Red Book provides evidence-based guidance to practicing clinicians on pediatric infections and vaccinations based on the recommendations of the committee as well as the combined expertise of the CDC, the FDA and hundreds of physician contributors.
The Red Book is an essential reference for pediatric infectious diseases specialists and general pediatricians, and is useful for family medicine and emergency medicine physicians as well. Public health and school health providers, medical residents and students also will find it a high-yield source of pediatric infectious disease and vaccine information.
The book is divided into sections that cover
Active and passive immunization
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Antimicrobial therapy for treatment and prophylaxis
Care of children in special situations

Roxie The Doxie Finds Her Forever Home
By Jody A. Dean, Ph.D. Illustrated by Susie Lee Jin Recently published, already recognized with 4 awards, winning the Pinnacle Achievement Award in the Parenting & Family category. 100% 5-Star Reviews on Amazon. "I want to read about Roxie the Doxie again and again and again." - Reader Views (Willow Cramer age 7), "Roxie the Doxie finds Her Forever Home" has been an absolute joy in my house. After reading and rereading this book, my daughter now seems more at ease with our discussions on adopting other kids into our home." - Reader Views. Designed To Help Children through Adoption. Join Roxie, a real dachshund, as she makes the transition from "Foster" home to her "Forever" home. Includes "Parent and Therapist Guide" written by professional therapists to help adult caregivers in guiding children through the adoption process and answering questions they may have. Also applies to children joining blended families, moving between separated parents, or other family transitions. Please visit www.TallyHoPublishing.com where children can write to the genuine Roxie and get a response.

Specialization and Trade
A Re-introduction to Economics By Arnold Kling Available exclusively as an ebook. Since the end of the second World War, economics professors and classroom textbooks have been telling us that the economy is one big machine that can be effectively regulated by economic experts and tuned by government agencies like the Federal Reserve Board. It turns out they were wrong. Their equations do not hold up. Their policies have not produced the promised results. Their interpretations of economic events -- as reported by the media -- are often of-the-mark, and unconvincing. A key alternative to the one big machine mindset is to recognize how the economy is instead an evolutionary system, with constantly-changing patterns of specialization and trade. This book introduces you to this powerful approach for understanding economic performance. By putting specialization at the center of economic analysis, Arnold Kling provides you with new ways to think about issues like sustainability, financial instability, job creation, and inflation. In short, he removes stiff, narrow perspectives and instead provides a full, multi-dimensional perspective on a continually evolving system. Also available in print and ebook formats at Amazon. The ebook is also available for iPad and Nook.

The Cornerstone of Liberty 2nd Edition
By Timothy Sandefur Ten years after the Supreme Court's infamous eminent domain decision, Kelo v. New London, Timothy and Christina Sandefur's Cornerstone of Liberty surveys the landscape of property rights in the United States, from redevelopment projects that seize people's homes and businesses for the benefit of politically-connected developers, to environmental regulations that forbid people from building homes on land they supposedly own, to asset-forfeiture laws that let the police seize property involved in a crime even if the owner is not accused of any wrongdoing. This second edition has been almost completely rewritten, incorporating details learned only after Kelo was decided, as well as an analysis of the post-Kelo reform efforts, and more recent Supreme Court decisions such as the Sackett and Koontz cases. The Sandefurs combine real-life stories with the philosophical and legal background of private property rights to show why the right to ownership is one of the most essential of human rights. The Sandefurs also provide practical recommendations for better protecting property owners.

The Grandparent Economy
How Baby Boomers Are Bridging the Generation Gap By Lori K. Bitter Older consumers are different. It really is that simple. Consumer behavior is much more difficult to predict as consumers age. This confounds younger brand managers and CMOs who move to brands with older consumer markets. They bring all of their marketing genius from their last job and are gob smacked when those strategies for younger consumers do not work. With over 100 million older consumers searching for products and services that meet the needs of their increasingly complex lives, engaging marketing and advertising campaigns are vital. Consider that: * 43% of grandparents purchase clothing for grandchildren, spending an average of almost $1,000 annually. * With $400 billion in spending on goods and services, people 55+ are outspending younger consumers two to one online. * Tablet penetration has grown from 35% to 41% and grandparents now account for 25% of mobile transactions. Boomer grandparents provide care for older adults and young children, equating to billions of dollars in savings as elders age in place and adult children rely on them for all types of care. Boomer grandparents also fund education, they pay for insurance and they may very well be sacrificing their own retirement to do so. These grandparents are working longer than any previous generation of older adults as they help to fund the lives of at least three generations. This easy-to-read book will shatter many of perceptions that, in the past, have diverted marketers' attention from one of the biggest marketing opportunities ever. Learn what really matters in the lives of today's grandparents from the generation raised on sex, drugs, and rock and roll.

The Guide to Online Due Diligence Investigations: The Professional Approach on How to Use Traditional and Social Media Resources for Investigations
Tools and Techniques for Solution Driven Due Diligence The Guide to Online Due Diligence Investigations, by Cynthia Hetherington, provides the blueprint to perform proper due diligence and competitive discovery intelligence when examining the backgrounds of businesses and the principals who run them. This book is applicable to all professionals involved in investigations, including insurance and risk managers, attorneys, and security practitioners. "Hetherington's Methods" can be immediately integrated into an investigative operation - resulting in tremendous savings of time, effort, and money. Make the most of what's online using this powerful resource - become an accomplished investigator or researcher: * Learn how to investigate the backgrounds of corporate officers, partners, vendors, and customers. * Find and use key industry information sources, media resources, and government affiliations in an investigation. * Discover hundreds of little known free Internet sites. * Perform asset and lien searches on business entities and individuals. * Research legal filings and company regulatory issues. * Learn how to incorporate SWOT, CARA, and Value Chain Analysis within investigations. * Prepare effective investigative reports for clients. To my way of thinking Cynthia is the gold standard for investigating on the internet. Her insight and creative approaches have changed the landscape of using the internet; and her cautionary tales and examples have upped awareness that social media and its relationship to privacy are both a boon and a curse. -Allan Bachman, CFE, Education Manager, Association of Certified Fraud Examiners For additional information please visit http://www.brbpublications.com/ or contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The Librarian's Skillbook: 51 Essential Career Skills for Information Professionals
By Deborah Hunt and David Grossman
Are you currently unemployed? Underemployed? Stuck in a rut in your current job and don't know how to get out of it? Have you ever been passed up for promotion or seen someone else land your dream job because you didn't have the necessary skills for advancement? If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, this book is your ticket to a new or enhanced career.
Having the right skills is a critical component for landing a new job or any type of career advancement. Librarians and information professionals possess many marketable and transferable skills that can easily equip them to pursue a wide range of information-based jobs or start a new career in one of many related fields within or beyond the library world, such as Archives Management, Digital Asset Management, Knowledge Management, Records Management or Web Site Design.
This book reveals the 51 hottest, most sought after library/information skills and shows the reader how to acquire the essential skills they need or how to leverage their existing skill set to obtain a promotion, find and procure their dream job or embark upon a whole new career. Both a hardcopy and Kindle version of The Librarian's Skillbook are available on Amazon.com or you can visit us at http://www.librarianskillbook.com/ or contact us directly at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

The Manual to Public Records Online - 4th Edition
By Michael L. Sankey and Cynthia Hetherington The MASTER GUIDE to Researching Public Records and Public Information Online The Manual to Online Public Records will lead you to many, many diverse and accurate sources of records. The goal is to provide resources, facts, and best practices to improve your business operations or your public record searching. The information in this book goes well beyond a discussion of what is merely found online; it dissects many facets and techniques about finding detailed information on people and businesses. The authors share their expertise for conducting online research to uncover well-hidden facts and secrets. * Evaluate! How to evaluate online sites and online vendors; how to spot red flag sites with little value. * Tap Into Social Networks! Use advanced strategies to search Social Network sites for hard-to-find public information. * Insider Secrets! Discover the best online resources by data topic with Insider Searching Tips. * Comprehensive! Contains over 16,000 direct sources of public records at the county, state, and federal levels. * Find Private Sources! The nation's elite public record vendors are conveniently categorized to help you find the right source for the right search. "This useful resource is applicable not only to intelligence, security, and investigation professionals, but also to everyday consumers looking for a primary "how to" resource for performing online research." Lester R Rosen Esq., Founder of Employment Screening Resources, Inc. "It's like having multiple webinars in one easy-to-use source." Jimmie N. Mesis, Editor-in-Chief/Publisher of PI Magazine. For additional information please visit http://www.brbpublications.com/ or contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The Nations Health Newspaper
For the latest health news, public health professionals, legislators, and decision-makers turn to The Nation's Health, the monthly newspaper of the American Public Health Association. The Nation's Health focuses on the news that public health professionals need to know, whether it's happening in their state legislatures, the nation's capital or on a global scale.

The Rothschilds and the Gold Rush: Benjamin Davidson and Heinrich Schliemann in California, 1851-52
Transactions 105, Part 4 Giles Constable In this extraordinary monograph, based on a totally new array of sources, Giles Constable successfully chronicles the month to month, quarter to quarter cash transactions and other business between the Rothschild ownership and their agents in Sacramento, Benjamin Davidson and Heinrich Schliemann. In doing this, the author succeeds in presenting a case study embracing both the macroeconomics of the California Gold Rush vis-a-vis international finance as well as the microeconomics of as close as one can come to day-to-day issues of credit, cash exchange, wealth transference, insurance and risk as experienced between 1851 and 1852.

The Savvy Cyber Kids at Home: Adventures Beyond the Screen
by Ben Halpert (Author), Taylor Southerland (Illustrator) All too often we see infants, toddlers, and young children unable to pull themselves away from technology. Whether at a restaurant, a park, the beach, the pool, or at a play date, young children today are mesmerized by the glowing screen of the latest connected technological gadget. If you have growing concerns about increasingly competing with technology to gain your child's attention, have no fear. The Savvy Cyber Kids are here! In the third installment of The Savvy Cyber Kids at Home book series, CyberThunder (Tony) and CyberPrincess (Emma) learn the benefits of thirty minutes of screen time. Once their thirty minutes of screen time are up and after brainstorming alternative indoor and outdoor activities, Tony and Emma discover other meaningful ways to have fun. With colorful illustrations, this charming story shares the value of enjoying life beyond the glowing screen. The Savvy Cyber Kids help parents and educators teach children of the twenty-first century to embrace a lifestyle that encourages exposure to technology in moderation. For additional information and to place an order visit savvycyberkids.org

The Savvy Cyber Kids at Home: The Defeat of the Cyber Bully
by Ben Halpert (Author), Taylor Southerland (Illustrator) Keeping pre-teens and teenagers safe on the internet starts before our children know what a keyboard is. Like most important life lessons, teaching online safety begins in early childhood. The Savvy Cyber Kids are just the right playmates for pre-school children and Emma and Tony speak their language. In The Savvy Cyber Kids at Home: The Family Gets A Computer, children learn to protect their personal information, like their name and physical location through their secret Savvy Cyber Kid identity. Through traditional early childhood teaching tools, this colorful book reinforces the message of online safety with pictures and rhyme. This playful tool and the Savvy Cyber Kids friends teach our children to keep their information private before they start playing in the virtual world. For additional information and to place an order visit savvycyberkids.org

The Savvy Cyber Kids At Home: The Family Gets A Computer
by Ben Halpert (Author), Taylor Southerland (Illustrator) Keeping pre-teens and teenagers safe on the internet starts before our children know what a keyboard is. Like most important life lessons, teaching online safety begins in early childhood. The Savvy Cyber Kids are just the right playmates for pre-school children and Emma and Tony speak their language. In The Savvy Cyber Kids at Home: The Family Gets A Computer, children learn to protect their personal information, like their name and physical location through their secret Savvy Cyber Kid identity. Through traditional early childhood teaching tools, this colorful book reinforces the message of online safety with pictures and rhyme. This playful tool and the Savvy Cyber Kids friends teach our children to keep their information private before they start playing in the virtual world. For additional information and to place an order visit savvycyberkids.org

The Statesman and the Storyteller: John Hay, Mark Twain, and the Rise of American Imperialism
By Mark Zwonitzer In a dual biography covering the last ten years of the lives of friends and contemporaries, writer Samuel Clemens (aka Mark Twain) and statesman John Hay (who served as secretary of state under presidents William McKinley and Theodore Roosevelt), The Statesman and the Storyteller not only provides an intimate look into the daily lives of these men but also creates an elucidating portrait of the United States on the verge of emerging as a world power. And just as the narrative details the wisdom, and the occasional missteps, of two great men during a tumultuous time, it also penetrates the seat of power in Washington as the nation strove to make itself known internationally--and in the process committed acts antithetical to America's professed ideals and promises. The country's most significant move in this time was to go to war with Spain and to eventually wrest control of Cuba, Puerto Rico, and the Philippines. In what has to be viewed as one of the most shameful periods in American political history, Filipinos who believed they had been promised independence were instead told they were incapable of self-government and then violently subdued in a war that featured torture and execution of native soldiers and civilians. The United States also used its growing military and political might to grab the entirety of the Hawaiian Islands and a large section of Panama. As secretary of state during this time, Hay, though a charitable man, was nonetheless complicit in these misdeeds. Clemens, a staunch critic of his country's imperialistic actions, was forced by his own financial and family needs to temper his remarks. Nearing the end of their long and remarkable lives, both men found themselves struggling to maintain their personal integrity while remaining celebrated and esteemed public figures. Written with a keen eye--Mark Zwonitzer is also an award-winning documentary filmmaker--and informed by the author's deep understanding of the patterns of history, The Statesman and the Storyteller has the compelling pace of a novel, the epic sweep of historical writing at its best, and, in capturing the essence of the lives of Hay and Twain, the humanity and nuance of masterful biography

The Tyranny of Silence
When the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten published the cartoons of the prophet Mohammed nine years ago, the paper's culture editor found himself at the center of a global battle about the freedom of speech. In The Tyranny of Silence, Flemming Rose writes about the people and experiences that have influenced his understanding of the crisis, and provides a personal account of an event that has shaped the global debate on tolerance and freedom of speech.

The Welfare of Nations
By James Bartholomew What damage is being done by failing welfare states? What lessons can be learned from the best welfare states? And—is it too late to stop welfare states from permanently diminishing the lives and liberties of people around the world? Traveling around the globe, James Bartholomew examines welfare models, searching for the best education, health care, and support services in 11 vastly different countries; illuminating the advantages and disadvantages of other nations' welfare states; and delving into crucial issues such as literacy, poverty, and inequality. This is a hard-hitting and provocative contribution to understanding how welfare states, as the defining form of government today, are changing the very nature of modern civilization.

Thrombosis and Haemostasis
THROMBOSIS AND HAEMOSTASIS publishes original articles with a broad scope in basic research and clinical studies in vascular biology and medicine. THROMBOSIS AND HAEMOSTASIS, published since 1957, promotes standards in haematology, and is a leader at the cutting edge of basic and applied research in vascular biology. It is an invaluable resource for haematologists, clinical pharmacologists, cardiologists, surgeons, gynaecologists, internal specialists and laboratory physicians. Impact Factor 2015 = 5.255

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Tribing and Untribing the Archive
Relevant for collections in African Studies, Anthropology, History, Art History, these volumes offer an understanding of the South African past (pre-European colonialism) through archived material cultural objects. Here are new strategies for engaging with the tribal artifacts. Order from ISBS www.isbs.com phone 1-800-944-6190

Unlocking the Secrets of E-Book Publishing
Get your books into effective sales channels (with or without Amazon) By Doris Booth Getting one's e-books into the most effective sales channels can be a daunting task for anyone, especially for those new to self-publishing. An author can have many questions, such as: What are the various distribution methods? How can you compare e-book retailers? What are the hidden pitfalls that can hinder the process? How can you clarify potential earnings? Do you really need Amazon just because they are big? Why do you need to understand Amazon's underlying motives before signing an exclusive deal? These and many more questions are answered in Unlocking the Secrets of E-Book Publishing, Get your books into sales channels (with or without Amazon). The short, easy-to-read little book is divided into two sections. Part One gives an overview of key e-book sales outlets, pricing policies, and restrictions, plus numerous tips, glossary and links to many resources. Retailers covered include Apple iBooks, Barnes & Noble Nook, Ingram Spark, Amazon, and Kobo Books, as well as third-party aggregators and more. A handy chart shows side-by-side royalty comparisons among major retail outlets. Part Two sheds light on Amazon's history, motivations and earning potential to help the self-published author assess the retail giant's effectiveness in an overall distribution plan. "A must-have resource for self-published authors! Packed with imperative information for navigating the channels." - Robin Cutler, IngramSpark / Ingram Content Group "Excellent! Better than anything I have seen in explaining publishing terms and options." -William Kowalski, bestselling author, PEN Canada board member "...informative and accessible. Doris Booth knows what she's talking about. Listen to her!" -Patrick LoBrutto, editorial consultant, acquiring editor for Tor/Forge, Trident Media Group scout "Authors and publishers would be wise to purchase this readable, well-organized, and invaluable guide to the intricacies of today's e-book publishing." - Lloyd J. Jassin, Publishing Attorney, Co-Author, The Copyright Permission & Libel Handbook For additional information visit www.authorlink.com Order via Ingram Content, or from most major retailers

We Love You, Charlie Freeman
A Novel By Kaitlyn Greenidge "A terrifically auspicious debut." -Janet Maslin, The New York Times "Smart, timely and powerful . . . A rich examination of America's treatment of race, and the ways we attempt to discuss and confront it today." -The Huffington Post The Freeman family--Charles, Laurel, and their daughters, teenage Charlotte and nine-year-old Callie--have been invited to the Toneybee Institute to participate in a research experiment. They will live in an apartment on campus with Charlie, a young chimp abandoned by his mother. The Freemans were selected because they know sign language; they are supposed to teach it to Charlie and welcome him as a member of their family. But when Charlotte discovers the truth about the institute's history of questionable studies, the secrets of the past invade the present in devious ways. The power of this shattering novel resides in Greenidge's undeniable storytelling talents. What appears to be a story of mothers and daughters, of sisterhood put to the test, of adolescent love and grown-up misconduct, and of history's long reach, becomes a provocative and compelling exploration of America's failure to find a language to talk about race. "A magnificently textured, vital, visceral feat of storytelling . . . [by] a sharp, poignant, extraordinary new voice of American literature." -Téa Obreht, author of The Tiger's Wife