Il mare delle operazioni raccoglie 18 schede gioco, ideate e curate da Desirèe Rossi, da utilizzare con Tablotto, il gioco didattico per imparare divertendosi. Queste schede sono dedicate all'apprendimento della matematica nella seconda classe della primaria. In particolare, propongono esercizi di calcolo (addizione e sottrazione) con i numeri fino a 20. Per saperne di più: CON TABLOTTO SI IMPARA GIOCANDO!
Getting Along with Others
Author: Nancy F. Jackson, Donald A. Jackson, Cathy Monroe
Publisher: Research Press (IL)
Provides both a training manual for teachers and a series of structured lesson plans for use with children.
The Octopus Game
Author: Nicky Beer
Publisher: Carnegie-Mellon University Press
Highly intelligent and a master of camouflage, the octopus is a creature destined to thrive in the poetic ecosystem. In The Octopus Game, the figure of the octopus shape-shifts and reinvents itself throughout ocean depths, tide pools, aquariums, gardens, movies, pulp novels, fine art, and nightmares. Nicky Beer acts as the strange documentarian recording the bizarre, beautiful, and disturbing habits of creatures for whom subterfuge and mimicry are a means of survival.
Times Su Doku
Author: Wayne Gould
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
The first Times Su Doku book sparked a worldwide publishing phenomenon - sales have topped 4 million copies worldwide since March 2005.
Author: Marlon Brando, Donald Cammell
While serving time in a Hong Kong prison in 1927, the notorious Anatole Doultry saves the life of a Chinese prisoner whose employer is Madame Lai Choi San, a beautiful, powerful, and ruthless Asian gangster who offers him inconceivable wealth if he will join her in a daring act of piracy, in a swashbuckling adventure written by the late actor. Reprint.
The remarkable life of the Italian Jesuit Matteo Ricci, one of the most famous missionaries of all time and the founder of the Catholic Mission in China. This is the first critical biography to use all relevant sources, not only in western languages but in Chinese as well.
Author: Philip José Farmer
Publisher: Open Road Media
From the Hugo Award–winning author of Riverworld: The conclusion of the trilogy set on a future Earth where freedom is threatened by an insidious lie. Before the dawn of the New Era, the world was divided into nations with separate governments that engaged in wars, and populations ravaged by poverty, starvation, and disease. After a final bloody conflict, a single government emerged and took drastic measures to control the dangerous overpopulation in the Organic Commonwealth of Earth: Each citizen is “stoned” in suspended animation for six days each week and closely monitored at all times. Thus, resources are plentiful, and there’s peace and prosperity—or is there? It seems the World Council has been lying. Now, rebel daybreaker Jeff Caird and Panthea Snick, formerly of the organic police force, must risk their lives to expose the truth about the corrupt government and rally the citizens of Earth to rise up against the powers that are robbing them of their freedom—and their lives. But what will become of Jeff and his multiple identities as the struggle draws to a close? The breathtaking finale in the Dayworld Trilogy reveals the truth about the perverse government of Earth in the New Era, and the ramifications of its fall, along with a deeper understanding of the man who dares to challenge it.
The Mightiest Machine
Author: John W. Campbell
A million light-years from Earth, one solitary spaceship floats through a vast swarm of enemies. The ship was an experimental vessel from Earth that utilised a revolutionary new concept in space mechanics, developed by the near-superman Aarn Munro. The enemy vessels were wholly unknown to Mankind, for the new drive had taken the Terran vessel into an unmapped void, where not even the telescopes of Earth had ever penetrated before...
Probes the existing evidence supporting the theory that man's prehistory was shaped by farcomers from another planet; the pyramids, ancient temples, Ezekiel's chariot of fire, etc.
Taking a narrative approach, The Lion Atlas of Bible History is a rich resource for all those interested in the Bible's history, geography and archaeology. It traces the unfolding of the major events in the Old and New Testaments, from Abraham's wanderings in Canaan and Egypt through to Paul's missions and founding of new churches. Special features on subjects such as the peoples and languages of the Bible run throughout the book, helping to deepen the reader's understanding of geography, landscape, climate, culture and religion. The text is complemented by 97 specially- commissioned maps to help the reader understand the Bible narrative and provide background information. In addition there are over 150 colour photographs, 7 panoramic illustrations and 17 site plans, plus a range of battle plans and small artworks.
The Incredible Planet
Author: John W. Campbell
The Incredible Planet is John W. Campbell's sequel to The Mightiest Machine and contains the following: "The Incredible Planet" "The Interstellar Search" "The Infinite Atom"