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Humanities Omnibus 2015-2016 By Stuart Matranga
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Here in one volume is the course work for Humanities 2015-2016 at Bridges Academy Middle School, as taught by Stuart Matranga. The sections are: Historical Legacies--Disobedience, Law, God; Material... More > Culture--Nature, Apocalypse, Music; Social Values--Virtue, Genius, Imagination.< Less
Star Struck By Stuart Matranga
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A journalist seeks life advice on everything from love and happiness to faith and family to adversity and success from over two hundred stars, including Jerry Seinfeld, Audrey Hepburn, Steve Martin,... More > Meryl Streep, Whoopi Goldberg, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Billy Crystal, George Carlin, Shirley MacLaine, Carly Simon, Madonna, Barbara Walters, Halle Berry, Lily Tomlin, Katherine Hepburn, and many more.< Less
Macbeth By Stuart Matranga
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The Game of Thanes. William Shakespeare's masterpiece of murder in the mind, evil in the heart, and blood on the hands. This is a workbook edition for students. Each page is divided vertically... More > between the original text and space for notes.< Less
American Hero By Stuart Matranga
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AMERICAN HERO is the history of America like you’ve never learned it before! From First Contact in 1492 to the expansion of the 1890s, this is a comprehensive guide to the founding of the... More > United States. The narrator is an immortal teenager who stands witness to the events that shaped the American Ideal. Unlike most histories, this account includes the voices--their actual words--of those often left out of the story; women, Native Americans, Africans, and other immigrants, as well as fan favorites such as Ben Franklin, Abe Lincoln, Mark Twain, and Teddy Roosevelt. This workbook edition includes thirty short chapters with sections for further research.< Less
Robinson Crusoe By Stuart Matranga
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This work-book edition of Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe is edited for young readers, yet preserves the original language and ideas of Defoe's masterpiece. More than an iconic adventure story,... More > Robinson Crusoe is at its heart about the essence of civilization, the mystery of nature, and the power of faith--in both God and man.< Less
Gulliver's Travels By Stuart Matranga
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This work-book edition of Gulliver's Travels by Jonathan Swift is edited for young readers, yet preserves the original language and ideas of Swift's masterpiece. This allegory of the hypocrisy of... More > humanity is, at its heart, a romance of the possible, hinting at a society we might have if only we heeded our better natures.< Less
Frankenstein By Stuart Matranga
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This work-book edition of Frankenstein by Mary Shelley is edited for young readers, yet preserves the original language and ideas of Shelley's masterpiece. It is a heart-rendering story of the... More > fragility of the human spirit, the dangerous possibilities of the human mind, and the tragic limitations of human nature.< Less
American Literature By Stuart Matranga
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Selections from the greatest works of American Literature from Anne Bradstreet to Emily Dickinson and including Mark Twain, Edgar Allen Poe, Walt Whitman, Herman Melville, and other great... More > writers. These works are based on the Core Curriculum for Middle School Literature.< Less
The Human Comedy By Stuart Matranga
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London. 1666. An avenging Angel has set fire to the city, but a boy tries to convince her not to destroy it and the world beyond. His defense of humanity includes reciting the greatest stories from... More > World Literature: The Bible, Gilgamesh, The Ramayana, The Bhagavad Gita, The Iliad, The Odyssey, Aesop’s Fables, Beowulf, Everyman, The Green Knight, Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales, Dante’s Inferno, classics of Chinese, Japanese, and African cultures, The Arabian Nights, Don Quixote, Shakespeare, Milton’s Paradise Lost, and several more. These epics serve as evidence to prove that human beings, though they have done much damage to themselves and to the world, are worth saving.< Less

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