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Explorations By Ari Kahn
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Explorations In-depth analysis of the weekly parashah through the prism of rabbinic perspective Rabbi Ari D. Kahn This beautifully written work offers masterful and profound insights into the weekly... More > parashah. Drawing heavily upon the Midrash, the author first raises cogent questions and then answers them in a manner that lends new understanding both to the Torah portion and our own lives.< Less
Urban Explorer in New York By chiara zaccagnini
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Pictures of a week in New York, the book is a study of the architectural and social complexities of a city through images.
Exploring New Dimensions By Isabel Moreno-Garcia
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Documentation of a semester abroad at the IIT Paris Program.
Exploring New Dimensions By Isabel Moreno-Garcia
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My collection of work from a semester at the IIT Paris Program.
Explorers of the New World: Discover the Age of Exploration By Carla Mooney
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Explorers of the New World: Discover the Golden Age of Exploration offers a fascinating look at the explorers and their voyages during the Age of Exploration and Discovery. Readers ages... More > 9–12 can delve into the expeditions of Vasco da Gama, Christopher Columbus, Ferdinand Magellan, John Cabot, Hernán Cortés, and more. Using common household items and minimal supervision, kids enjoy 22 hands-on activities to help them learn about these legendary explorers and their voyages. Discover how the adventures of a few people 500 years ago changed world history. Projects include creating and using a compass, learning to tie a sailor’s knot, and baking and eating sea biscuits. Along with detailed, step-by-step instructions for each project, Explorers of the New World includes biographical sidebars, engaging illustrations, interesting facts, and vocabulary words that allow kids to experience this era in a fun, interactive way. Ages 9–12 Guided Reading Level: S< Less
EXPLORING THE NEW TESTAMENT BOOK BY BOOK By Dr. Errol Beckles
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Outstanding... the best text book on the New Testament
2011 - Exploring "New" Jewels in Europe By Beverly & Mel Copen
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An inspiring journey to parts of former Yugoslovia, now Croatia, Slovenia and Montenegro, by photographers Mel and Beverly Copen. Check our websites for more images: www.flickr.com/melcopen or... More > www.flickr.com/bkcopen. Images are Copyright, but AVAILABLE FOR SALE.< Less
DISCOVERERS AND EXPLORERS By EDWARD R. SHAW
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A piece of this magnific work: "Four hundred years ago most of the people who lived in Europe thought that the earth was flat. They knew only the land that was near them. They knew the continent... More > of Europe, a small part of Asia, and a strip along the northern shore of Africa. The World as Known Four Hundred Years ago. They thought this known land was surrounded by a vast body of water that was like a broad river. Sailors were afraid to venture far upon this water, for they feared they would fall over the edge of the earth.[...]There was Eric the Red, a bold navigator of Iceland, who had sailed west to Greenland, and planted there a colony that grew and thrived. There was also Eric's son Leif, a venturesome young viking who had made a voyage south from Greenland, and reached a strange country with wooded shores and fragrant vines. This country he called Vinland because of the abundance of wild grapes. When he returned to Greenland, he took a load of timber back with him...."< Less
DISCOVERERS AND EXPLORERS By EDWARD R. SHAW
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A piece of this magnific work: "Four hundred years ago most of the people who lived in Europe thought that the earth was flat. They knew only the land that was near them. They knew the continent... More > of Europe, a small part of Asia, and a strip along the northern shore of Africa. The World as Known Four Hundred Years ago. They thought this known land was surrounded by a vast body of water that was like a broad river. Sailors were afraid to venture far upon this water, for they feared they would fall over the edge of the earth.[...]There was Eric the Red, a bold navigator of Iceland, who had sailed west to Greenland, and planted there a colony that grew and thrived. There was also Eric's son Leif, a venturesome young viking who had made a voyage south from Greenland, and reached a strange country with wooded shores and fragrant vines. This country he called Vinland because of the abundance of wild grapes. When he returned to Greenland, he took a load of timber back with him...." < Less
Exploring Poetry By Amy Joy Elizabeth Pearl
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In the spirit world I drift about; body lying near a creek. Upon the mountaintop I peer, to see a world consumed by fear. Bluish light and echoing tones; the great forgotten spirit beckons me home.