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Books with author Michael J. Bell

  • Open Source Intelligence Techniques: Resources for Searching and Analyzing Online Information

    Michael Bazzell

    Paperback (Independently published, Oct. 25, 2019)
    Completely rewritten 7th edition contains over 550 pages and 30 chapters! It is time to look at OSINT in a different way. For many years, and within the previous six editions of this book, we have relied on external resources to supply our search tools, virtual environments, and investigation techniques. We have seen this protocol fail us when services shut down, websites disappear, and custom resources are dismantled due to outside pressures. This book aims to correct our dilemma. We will take control of our investigative resources and become self-reliant. There will be no more need for online search tools; we will make and host our own locally. We will no longer seek pre-built virtual machines; we will create and configure our own. This book puts the power back in your hands. The new OSINT professional must be self-sustaining and possess their own tools and resources. You will become a more proficient subject matter expert who will be armed with the knowledge and readiness to articulate the sources of your findings. Aside from eleven brand new chapters, hundreds of pages have been updated to keep your OSINT investigative methods fresh. Furthermore, an entire new section featuring Methodology, Workflow, Documentation, and Ethics provides a clear game plan for your next active investigation. All-new custom search tools, report templates, and detailed documents are included via download. Today, we start over.
  • California Science Grade 6

    Michael J. Bell

    Hardcover (Harcourt School Publishers, April 1, 2005)
    Introductory Unit: Preparing for Science. Unit 1: Earth's Changing Crust. Unit 2: Weathering and Erosion. Unit 3: Movement of Heat. Unit 4: Energy Transfer and Weather. Unit 5: Ecosystems. Unit 6: Earth's Resources. 433 pages
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  • Social Studies: The United States: Making a New Nation

    Michael J Berson

    Hardcover (Harcourt, Feb. 1, 2007)
    Social Studies. Making a new nation.
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  • Samson - The Bible Story

    Michael Bell

    language (Michael Bell, Dec. 27, 2013)
    Samson received divine and mighty power to assist the Israelites yet at the same time he grappled with huge deficiencies and personal vulnerabilities. An irritating challenge that constantly tested him was the allure that Philistine women had upon him; they fascinated and delighted him and consequently exacerbated his sexual needs. His human nature with all of its complexities and frailties got in the way and distracted him from his commission. It seems that the mighty power that he exercised increased his testosterone, which created moral dilemmas for the Israelite Judge, yet ironically, Samson's sexual frustration proved to be the catalyst for the heaps of misery that he single handedly perpetrated against his tyrannical Philistine neighbors.
  • Springer Tales of Molly Bell: in her own words

    Michael Bell

    eBook (Michael Bell, )
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  • Cuba

    Michael Bell

    Paperback (Children's Press, Sept. 1, 2018)
    A close neighbor of the United States, Cuba is a beautiful island nation with a rich culture.Readers will join Teresa and Xavier, their local tour guides, for an in-depth look at this amazing country. They will find out what it is like to live in Cuba, from what foods people eat to which languages they speak. They will also get a close look at important landmarks and learn about Cuba's incredible history.
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  • The Underground Guide to Teenage Sexuality

    Michael J. Basso

    Paperback (Fairview Press, June 9, 2003)
    The classic guide to teen sexuality updated and expanded with information on sexually-transmitted diseases; contraception; sexual abuse; healthy relationships; hotlines and resources; and much more.
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  • My Peace, A Prison Insiders Approach to Teen and Gang Violence

    Michael Bell

    eBook
    "Do not walk away from gut instinct, if your child is caught with friends using drugs, you can be sure he is using them also." This book is written with a brutal and open honesty, by a man who has walked the walk, talked the talk and has been to hell and back. Michael Bell, talks you through some of the cold hard facts and pitfalls of living life on the streets, and being gang affiliated. This book bears witness to the result of living a life of crime. Incarcerated for more years than he lived as a free man, Michael, reaches out to every person who has influence on the enquiring mind of today's youths. Whether you are a parent, guardian, teacher or a law enforcement officer, this book is full of useful information, written by a man who has learnt his lesson the hard way. He will ask you questions that you may have never been asked before, the answers he will offer to you may just saves lives and take our youths of today off the streets. This book speaks volumes in understanding where we need to go next. Take notice, and understand that no one is immune to the pressures of street life in our cities, towns and countries world wide.
  • Harcourt Horizons

    Michael J. Berson

    Hardcover (HARCOURT SCHOOL PUBLISHERS, June 1, 2003)
    BRAND NEW BOOK
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  • Cuba

    Michael Bell

    Library Binding (Children's Press, Sept. 1, 2018)
    A close neighbor of the United States, Cuba is a beautiful island nation with a rich culture.Readers will join Teresa and Xavier, their local tour guides, for an in-depth look at this amazing country. They will find out what it is like to live in Cuba, from what foods people eat to which languages they speak. They will also get a close look at important landmarks and learn about Cuba's incredible history.
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  • Ten Again

    Michael J. Bellito

    eBook (Eloquent Books, Nov. 1, 2011)
    Synopsis:“Hey, Mike, what’re we gonna do today?”It’s 1960, and Mike is ten again, at least in his mind. Looking back on his final year of elementary school, he reflects on the many challenges that confronted him then. Junior high and the opposite sex loom on the horizon—his mini-version of the New Frontier. From the neighborhood baseball field to the local movie theatre, from Halloween to Christmas morning, and from Bozo buckets to a once-in-a-lifetime trip across the country to Disneyland, Mike is constantly in motion—and often in trouble. But he has his younger brother Tommy and a few close friends to help him navigate the vast suburban wilderness. This snapshot of a bygone era shows the last generation allowed to be kids taking full advantage of it—and having the time of their lives.About the Author:MICHAEL J. BELLITO taught Speech and English, including creative writing classes, at John Hersey High School in Arlington Heights, Illinois, for thirty-two years. He has been previously published in North Shore, a Chicago-area magazine. That piece was a short story about his grandfather entitled “Waiting for a Pennant.” Ten Again is his first novel. He is currently teaching at Harper College, a local community college. Having raised two children, he now lives with his wife in Wheeling, Illinois.
  • Ten Again

    Michael J. Bellito

    Paperback (Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agency, LLC, Feb. 25, 2010)
    "Hey, Mike, what're we gonna do today?" It's 1960, and Mike is ten again, at least in his mind. Looking back on his final year of elementary school, he reflects on the many challenges that confronted him then. Junior high and the opposite sex loom on the horizon-his mini-version of the New Frontier. From the neighborhood baseball field to the local movie theatre, from Halloween to Christmas morning, and from Bozo buckets to a once-in-a-lifetime trip across the country to Disneyland, Mike is constantly in motion-and often in trouble. But he has his younger brother Tommy and a few close friends to help him navigate the vast suburban wilderness. This snapshot of a bygone era shows the last generation allowed to be kids taking full advantage of it-and having the time of their lives. MICHAEL J. BELLITO taught Speech and English, including creative writing classes, at John Hersey High School in Arlington Heights, Illinois, for thirty-two years. He has been previously published in North Shore, a Chicago-area magazine. That piece was a short story about his grandfather entitled "Waiting for a Pennant." Ten Again is his first novel. He is currently teaching at Harper College, a local community college. Having raised two children, he now lives with his wife in Wheeling, Illinois.
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