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  • The Nature of Time

    Clare Solomon

    language (Meroda Publishing, Oct. 11, 2018)
    Elliot and Farlden work to help the Nean race, but they have enemies all around, plotting against them. As the teenagers enjoy their new romantic relationship and learn about Izients, they visit a whole new reality and their magical abilities grow stronger than ever. The Magic Control Department is watching them, though, and getting closer to discovering the secrets that could get Elliot and Farlden killed. Forced to go on the run, timing is everything. Will it run out before their magic can save the Nean race? Failure will doom themselves and everyone around them to slavery or death, but the price of success could prove just as deadly. Don't miss out on the second novel in this explosive Young Adult fantasy series.
  • Cement Tile Patterns Coloring Book: Geometric & Floral Stress Relieving Patterns for Adults and Kids


    Paperback (Independently published, Jan. 23, 2020)
    ★★★★★ Dear valued customer, if you are a mobile user please look at the back cover image so you can get a preview of the interior ★★★★★This book is for all pattern and design coloring lovers, it contains 40 different patterns, used to make beautiful and trending cement tiles we see everywhere; homes, restaurants, hotels...Some of the patterns are duplicated in 2 facing pages so you can try different color combinations.Our coloring book is good for adults who want to relax after a stressful work day/week, but also for people who have a tiling project for their home and want to choose a pattern and customize the colors.Kids will also enjoy coloring the cement tiles and will for sure benefit from it by developing their concentration and organisation levels, artistic and design skills and techniques, and by acquiring the skill of planning and choosing the best colors that go together.
  • A Perilous Journey

    Clare Solomon

    eBook (Meroda Publishing, Aug. 25, 2020)
    She will do anything to protect those she loves – even risk losing her soul.Fifteen-year-old Keilena lives a quiet life with her carpenter father, enlivening it by getting into mischief whenever she can. She hates the Ascended who rule Pellotal and think that, just because they have magic, their own laws don’t apply to them. They're not the only race with magic after all. Everything changes when a stranger arrives with a secret about her identity that destroys her current life. Forced to take a journey led by people she can’t trust, Keilena hatches a plot to deceive the most dangerous people in the country.Desperate to protect her father and the friends who are with them, Keilena uses her growing powers to fight enemies both outside the group and within it. However, when even her own friends distrust her how will Keilena keep them alive on this deadly journey?This is the gripping first novel in a Young Adult epic fantasy series and is perfect for fans of Tolkien, Robin Hobb and Bella Forrest.
  • The Coldest March: Scott's Fatal Antarctic Expedition

    Susan Solomon

    Paperback (Yale University Press, Dec. 15, 2002)
    “These rough notes and our dead bodies must tell the tale.” So penned Captain Robert Falcon Scott in 1912 as he confronted defeat and death in the crippling subzero temperatures of Antarctica. In this riveting book, Susan Solomon finishes the interrupted tale of Scott and his British expedition, depicting the staggering 900-mile trek to the South Pole and resolving the debate over the journey’s failure. “An absorbing, fascinating read . . . a book that will appeal to the explorer in everyone.”―Sally Ride“Solomon argues her case well, in exact and graceful prose.”―Dennis Drabelle, Washington Post Book World“Persuasive. . . . [Solomon] reaches important new conclusions about Scott’s expedition.”―Sara Wheeler, New York Times Book Review“Brilliant. . . . A marvelous and complex book: at once a detective story, a brilliant vindication of a maligned man, and an elegy both for Scott and his men and for the ‘crystalline continent’ on which they died.”―Robert MacFarlane, Guardian“Solomon has crafted a smart, terrific book and an important addition to polar history.”―Roberta MacInnis, Houston Chronicle
  • James Smith, Four Years a Mohawk

    Sharon Solomon

    eBook (, June 16, 2017)
    With the French and Indian War closing in, sixteen-year-old James Smith and a friend are sent to cut a road for the British supply wagon, The young men must take care as they work. Even so, they are attacked and James is suddenly taken away from everything he knows. He becomes Scoouwa, an adopted Mohawk, but will he decide to stay with his new family or return to his Scots-Irish family on the Pennsylvania frontier? This is the struggle that James faces … only he can decide his future. “The dangers of colonial America are alive in this suspenseful young adult historic fiction based on the actual journal of James Smith, whose capture by Indians, and subsequent four-year struggle to survive, is delivered with authenticity and passion. I couldn't put it down.”—Mark H. Newhouse, award-winning author“This book kept me wondering what would happen to James. It was very exciting and a must read for history fans.”— Brady Joseph, eighth-grade student


    Paperback (Independently published, March 3, 2019)
    Everybody knows the benefits of coloring : potentially lowering stress and anxiety levels, expelling negative thoughts,focusing on present, promoting creation over consumption...when you get used to coloring, you gradually acquire techniques and skills. This book presents 50 different geometric patterns and designs, some of them are Moorish, some others are from eastern Islamic architecture. Each pattern is on a separate sheet, waiting for you to release your inner artist and embellish them with your coloring tools.
  • I am ok

    D.S. Solomon

  • Biology


    Paperback (Holt Rinehart & Winston, Aug. 16, 1996)
    The new edition of Science Foundations provides comprehensive coverage of single- and double-award GCSE science. It is fully revised and updated to match the new GCSE specifications, for teaching from September 2001. It contains all the material required for the foundation and higher tiers, with clear progression and explicit differentiation. 'Higher tier only' material is clearly marked in separate spreads. The language level is carefully controlled, with illustrations and layout specifically designed to make the concepts accessible. There are frequent opportunities for students to confirm their understanding of each key idea as it is introduced, via short questions and summary passages on each spread. The books include guidance for students on how to prepare for and answer their GCSE examinations, and a glossary of key words for ease of reference.
  • The Wise Men of Helm and Their Merry Tales

    Solomon Simon

    Hardcover (Behrman House, Jan. 1, 1961)
  • Imagining Katherine

    Carol Solomon

    language (Tova Press, Sept. 7, 2015)
    2016 Sydney Taylor Notable BookAssociation of Jewish LibrariesA realistic, tender coming-of-age novel set in the segregated Baltimoresuburbs during the early 1960s. As Katherine Weinstein searches foracceptance and courage, she can imagine greatness and romance in herlife. But her imagination doesn't prepare her for the arrival ofCharlotte, the first black student in her school, or for the dramaticchanges that follow.
  • Psychology for the IB Diploma Coursebook

    Jacob Solomon

    Paperback (Cambridge University Press, Nov. 26, 2018)
    This series supports the latest Psychology syllabus (for first examination in 2019). Delve into human behaviour by studying real cases in this coursebook for the IB Psychology syllabus. Through studies of famous psychologists, students learn about the diversity of human behaviour and the factors that influence our decisions. International case studies and concise definitions of important concepts make this an ideal resource for learners whose first language is not English. Exam-style questions at the end of every chapter help students prepare for assessment. The coursebook covers both Standard and Higher Level content and suggested answers to the coursebook questions are at the back of the book.
  • The Body Rondo Book by Jim Solomon

    Jim Solomon

    Paperback (Memphis Musicraft Publications, March 15, 1804)