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✏Book Title : Early Education Curriculum A Child s Connection to the World
✏Author : Hilda Jackman
✏Publisher : Cengage Learning
✏Release Date : 2011-01-01
✏Pages : 416
✏ISBN : 9781111342647
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Early Education Curriculum A Child s Connection to the World Book Summary : The Fifth Edition of EARLY EDUCATION CURRICULUM: A CHILD’S CONNECTION TO THE WORLD focuses on the process of planning and implementing a curriculum, and setting up an inclusive child-centered environment. Guided by new research, position statements, and developmentally appropriate practice, the text helps beginning students as well as experienced teachers make informed decisions about curriculum content. Now in full color, this text meets the needs of a diverse range of students, helping them to develop creative thinking and the ability to effectively apply theory to an early childhood classroom setting. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

✏Book Title : MacKenzie s Ten Thousand Reciepts
✏Author : Colin MacKenzie
✏Publisher : Applewood Books
✏Release Date : 2008-07-01
✏Pages : 500
✏ISBN : 9781429011037
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏MacKenzie s Ten Thousand Reciepts Book Summary : Mackenzie's Ten Thousand Receipts, published in 1865, aimed to provide the reader with all practical household recipes. As he notes,""In truth, the present volume has been compiled under the feeling, that if all other books of Science in the world were destroyed, this single volume would be found to embody the results of the useful experience, observations, and discoveries of mankind during the past ages of the world.""

✏Book Title : Mackenzie s Five Thousand Receipts in All the Useful and Domestic Arts
✏Author : Colin MacKenzie
✏Publisher :
✏Release Date : 1831
✏Pages : 456
✏ISBN : UCD:31175002966110
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Mackenzie s Five Thousand Receipts in All the Useful and Domestic Arts Book Summary :

✏Book Title : Five Thousand Receipts A Complete Practical Library useful and Domestic Arto American Phisician 1917
✏Author : James Kay, Jun and Brother, Philadelphia
✏Publisher : Bukupedia
✏Release Date : 1917-06-17
✏Pages : 464
✏ISBN :
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Five Thousand Receipts A Complete Practical Library useful and Domestic Arto American Phisician 1917 Book Summary : As the object of all study, and the end of all wisdom, is practical utility, so a collection of the most approved Receipts, in all the arts of Domestic and Social Life, may be considered as a volume containing nearly the whole of the wisdom of man, worthy of preservation. In truth, the present volume has been compiled under the feeling, that if all other books of Science in the world were destroyed, this single volume would be found to embody the results of the useful experience, observations, and discoveries of mankind during the past ages of the world. Theoretical reasonings and historical details have, of course, been avoided, and the object of the compiler has been to economise his space, and come at once to the point. AVhatever men do, or desire to do, with the materials with which nature has supplied them, and with the powers which they possess, is here plainly taught and succinctly preserved; whether it regard complicated manufactures, means of curing diseases, simple processes of various kinds, or the economy, happiness, and preservation of life. The best authorities have been resorted to, and innumerable volumes consulted, and wherever different processes of apparently equal value, for attaining the same end, have been found, they have been introduced. Among the works consulted have been, The Monthly Magazine, 56 vols. The Repertory of Arts and Sciences, 60 vols. The London Journal of Arts and Sciences. The Transactions of the Society of Arts, 30 vols. The Magazine of Trade and Manufactures, 6 vols. The Gazette of Health, 9 vols. The Series of the Horticultural Society, 5 vols. The Series of the Agricultural Society, 30 vols' The Farmer's Magazine, 16 vols. Young's Farmer's Calendar. Loudon on Gardening, 1 vol. Jennings's Domestic Cyclopaedia, 2 vols. TiNGREY on Varnishing. Richardson on the MetalUc Arts. Thomas's Practice of Physic. Cooper's Dictionary of Surgery. Thornton's British Herbal. Waller's Ditto. Imison's School of Arts. Handmaid to the Arts. Smith's Laboratory of the Arts. Hamilton on Drawing. The Editor's Thousand Experiments in Ma nufactures and Chemistry. Davy's Agricultural Chemistry. Henry's Elements of Chemistry. Chaptal's Chemistry applied to the Arts. Gregory's Cyclopaedia. The English and other Cyclopaedias. Besides innumei'able treatises. on special subjects, minor journals, and a great variety of manuscript communication? from friends and connexions of the editor and publisher. A general, rather than a scientific, arrangement has been adopted, because the object of the work is popular and universal, and, though likely to be useful to men of sci€2ce, it is more especially addressed to the public at large. In like manner, as far as possible, technical and scientific language has been avoided, and popular names and simple descriptions have been preferred. Every care has been taken in the printing to avoid errors in quantities, as welt as to select the best receipts of each kind; but notices of errors, omissions, or experimental improvements, will be thankfully received by the publisher, for the use of future editions. The Index will render it easy to refer to every article of importance In fulfilling the duty of pre}3aring for the press a new and enlarged edition of the valuable work of Mackenzie, the Editor has steadily borne in mind its evident aim at general practical utility; and consequently he has submitted both alterations and additions to its rules. While the former will be found but few,—a circumstcince arising from the nature of the book; the latter are both numerous aau important,—amounting to about fifW pages, exclusive of those contained iu die Miscellaneous Department and ti e Appendix. The Me., ical part has been condensed, simplified, and adapted to the climate and diseases of the United States. A short, but complete manual of "Directions for rearing the Silk Worm, and the Culture of the White Mulberry Tree," together with an extensive article on the Diseases of the Horse, may be noticed as among the important additions. The Culinary art has not been neglected — the numerous original receipts from the best modern authorities of the "Kitchen," for preparing various delicacies of the animal and vegetable kingdom, including Pastry, Puddings, &c. will no doubt prove acceptable to American housekeepers. The man of family, the Sportsman, the Artist, the Mechanic, and the Farmer have all been remembered. And an unusually large and correct Index gives every facility of reference that could be wished. The attention of the Reader is called to the "Miscellaneous Receipts." In this portion, which is very copious, numerous receipts have beea, placed, which could not with propiiety be elsewhere arranged. It has also been made tbp receptacle of much valuable matter obtained from several kind female friends and the fruit of researches into many curious and rare booksj and which was prepared at too late a period for insertion in the appropriate departments. The Appendix of "Instructions in the Art of Carving," with its numerous wood cuts, will, it is hoped, prove acceptable and useful to our country readers, for whose accommodation this work was originally designed. The Editor more especially notices the following works, as sources from which he has derived considerable assistance: The Franklin Journal; Willich's Domestic Encyclopaedia, by Professor Cooper; a Tract published by the Pennsylvania Society for the Rearing of Silk Worms, &c.; and the curious work of Colonel Hanger, of sporting memory. In conclusion, the publishers beg leave to state, that neither time nor expense, has been considered in endeavouring to render this edition cheaper and better than any other which has been published, and at the same time Vv^orthy of the patronage which is solicited for it. They have availed themselves of the services of a gentleman as Editor, who has been for a considerable time engaged in the preparatory researches. The type, though small, is very legible and distinct; and in the selection of the paper, whilst regard has been had to the colour, it lias been deemed of main importance that it should be sufficiently durable to resist the frequent usage into which a work of this description must necessarily be called

✏Book Title : The Bookman
✏Author :
✏Publisher :
✏Release Date : 1930
✏Pages :
✏ISBN : UOM:39015030009362
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏The Bookman Book Summary :

✏Book Title : Blackwood s Magazine
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✏Release Date : 1969
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✏ISBN : NWU:35556000711978
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Blackwood s Magazine Book Summary :

✏Book Title : The Century Dictionary The Century dictionary
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✏Release Date : 1911
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✏ISBN : UIUC:30112073373414
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏The Century Dictionary The Century dictionary Book Summary :

✏Book Title : Montgomery Ward catalogue
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✏Release Date : 1977
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✏ISBN : PSU:000032349535
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📒Esquire ✍ William S. Burroughs

✏Book Title : Esquire
✏Author : William S. Burroughs
✏Publisher :
✏Release Date : 1986
✏Pages :
✏ISBN : UVA:X001003304
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Esquire Book Summary :

✏Book Title : American Magazine
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✏ISBN : PSU:000020211233
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