- Triple Crown
Triple Crown is the first biography of hockey great MarcelDionne, an account filled with stories from some of hockey's greatest stars,with terrific photos and tell-it-like-it-is commentary from Dionne himself.
Ted Mahovlich, both a hockey insider and a writer with passionand admiration for his subject, sheds new light onto why Dionne has become amodel player for the modern hockey era. From Dionne's early years in Junior Ahockey-where he was branded a "traitor"-to personal insights intothe Summit Series and Canada Cups, from sex, drugs and hockey to a view of thepitfalls facing young players today, Triple Crown is a candid look at anunconventional player and personality.
- Pack 1
Answers is a comprehensive and coherent PSHE course for primary schools, based on the appropriate cross-curricular dimensions, skills and themes. Answers Pack 1 is for ages 7-9. The book is supplied with twenty-four A3 posters, in a hard plastic wallet. The book contains almost a hundred photocopiable activity and stimulus sheets, along with detailed guidance on classroom management and invaluable information on other resources. For each of the twenty-four topics covered there are four activities suggested, each based on one or more of the key questions in PSHE. In addition, the pack contains posters for each topic, which ask appropriate stimulating questions, and could be used as part of a more permanent display.
- GCSE Geography
This exam practice book for GCSE contains detailed advice and tips on how to improve marks and overall grade. It includes: Real exam questions; Actual students' answers; How to score full marks; Don't make these mistakes; Key points to remember; Questions to try. Written by a top examiner. GCSE Geography includes: * Real exam questions across all boards * Actual students' answers with hints and tips * 'Don't make these mistakes' sections * 'Key points to remember' sections * 'Questions to try' plus examiner's hints * 'How to score full marks' sections * Answers and guidance at the back.
It all starts when Lilah Kemp - librarian, spiritualist, schizophrenic - inadvertantly lets Kurtz out of page 92 of Heart of Darkness and is unable to get him back in.
While Kurtz is stalking the streets of Toronto, Lilah frantically begins her search for Marlow to help her deal with the literary villain
Meanwhile, the city is becoming increasingly chaotic and terrifying. The rich and powerful are engaged in a web of depravity, a new and horrifying disease called sturnusemia has swept the city, and severly traumatized children are turning up at the local psychiatric institutes. Kurtz seems to be at the centre of it all.
Lilah, witness to events tearing the very fabric of her society, seeks solace as always in the great works of literature and prays for Marlow to find an capture Kurtz - before it's too late.
- Revista de Estudios Hispanicos